Location: Section 24 (southeast quarter of the northeast quarter), Township 11 N, Range 10W, 3PM.
From the Gazette-Patriot, Carrollton, IL, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2002 - from an article dealing with Greene County Days.
This cemetery in Section 24 of Rubicon Township has been bulldozed over. It is believed that there were 20 - 25 stones in this cemetery at one time, two of them marking the graves of slaves that had been freed by the Williams family in Kentucky and who had traveled north to Illinois with family members. About 12 stones, some in good condition, some broken, were retrieved from a nearby ditch after the cemetery was bulldozed.
Submitted by: Allen Handling
|HENDERSON, Edwin||15 Jun 1815||30 Apr 1889|
|HENDERSON, Eliza J.||22 Jan 1820||Wife of E. Henderson|
|HENDERSON, Elmer||24 Jul 1861||22 Oct 1865||4y3m|
|HENDERSON, Mary L.||16 Aug 1847||23 Mar 1848|
|WILLIAMS, Lydia||13 Aug 1786||29 Apr 1858||Wife of W. Williams|
|WILLIAMS, Newton||19 Jul 1850||26y1d||Son of Wm. W. & L. Williams|
|WILLIAMS, William W.||9 Jul 1791||26 Dec 1886|
|Footstone Only: W.H.W.|