GRANDVIEW CEMETERY


This is a public cemetery and is accessible from the road.  It located ½ mile northwest of Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska on Hwy 2.  From there, turn and go ¼ of a mile south.


Ackley,  Joseph L.,  Jan 15, 1880 - Nov 4, 1937;  Bessie E., Dec 10, 1889 - Mar 21, 1966

Adams, Lilly E., "Mother",  1863-1920;  Ray R., "Son", 1894-1957, World War I marker

Adkins, Mary S., wife of Calvin Adkins,  died March 20, 1891, Aged 29 yrs 8 mos 20 ds, "At Rest",  "A loved one has gone from our circle, on earth we shall meet her no more, she has gone to her home in heaven and all her afflicitions are o'er"

Allen, Daniel B., 1856 - 1942;  Mary J., "His Wife", 1858 -1925;  Ray M., 1869 - 1890

Anderson, William H., "Father", 1863 - 1934;  Lizzie B., "Mother",  1869 - 1955

Anderson, Alfred O., 1906 - 1919

Anderson, Freddie C., son of W. H. and L. B. Anderson, died Aug 18, 1899, Aged 1 y 11 m 10 d, "Fairer bud of promise never bloomed"

Anderson, James Kenneth, son of F. H. & M. Anderson,  March 12, 1905 - Oct 3, 1912

Anderson, infant son of F H & M Anderson, May 22, 1909

Anderson, Albert,  June 19, 1902 - Mar 28, 1976;  Ada V.,  Mar 2, 1902 - Sept 4, 1992

Axtell, LeRoy, "Baby", son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Axtell,  Feb 13, 1933 - Jan. 26, 1934

Axtell, La Gene F.,  July 6, 1928 - Feb 9, 1997;  Waunita I.,  Feb 17, 1930 - _____, married Sept 18, 1948, loving parents of David, Debra, Shirley


Babcock, J. Arthur,  1886 - 1970;  Elizabeth D.,  1892 - 1983

Babcock, Patricia Anne, "Daughter", May 6, 1946 - Nov 11, 1967

Babcock, James A.,  SGT US Army World War II,  Mar 14, 1915 - Dec 29, 1993, Purple Heart;  Evelyn N.,  wife of James,  Feb 22, 1919 - Sept 9, 1995, married Mar 12, 1943

Baird, William H.,  1863 - 1941

Baird, Mattie Grubb, 1866 - 1925

Baird, Georgia Anna Snider, wife of J. C. Snider,  Nov 12, 1864Jan 31, 1928,  "At Rest"

Baird, Little Ruby, son of W H & M Baird, died Sept 24, 1891, Aged 1 year 7 ds

Bayer, Claud Phillip, Mar 19, 1889 - June 28, 1905

Beard, Floyd,  PVT US Army, World War II,  Apr 7, 1907 - Jan 29, 1979

Biggerstaff, Alta M., "Mother and Grandmother",  December 9, 1894 - February 17, 1992

Bohart, Cornelius W.,  Co A 129th Ind Inf,  1840 - 1929, Civil War marker;  Margaret J., "his wife",  1840 - 1914

Brechbuhl, J. Frederick,  1861 - 1939;  Fannie M., 1867 - 1956

Britton, Tommy, son of F. J. & C. E. Britton,  died Aug 15, 1890,  Aged 9 y 4 m 12 d

Britton, Colista E.,  wife of F. J. Britton, died May 13, 1891, Aged 34 y 5 m 1 d,  "Come ye blessed"


Campbell, Harry T., "Father", 1895 - 1946

Campbell, Elsie Mae, June 10, 1903 - April 2, 1994

Campbell, Roger L.,  193? - 19??  (mortuary marker - this marker was on a fairly new grave - in 1998 - and had been hit by a lawn mower, part of the name and part of the numbers were in a pile on the ground beneath the marker, the Campb were still on the marker as well as the numbers shown above)  US veteran marker here also

Campbell, Alvin H., PFC US Army World War II,  Oct 11, 1923 - Nov 17, 1987

Campbell, Virgil L.,  CPL US Army Korea,  Nov 1, 1925 - Apr 11, 1978

Case, Baby LaVerna, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Case, Apr 7, 1926 - Sep 30, 1926

Cawley, Bertha M.,  Mar 8, 1927 - Mar 1, 1977

Chandler, Dorothy E.,  June 17, 1923 - Dec 25, 1991;  Ralph G.,  Mar 23, 1915 - _____, married Sept 1, 1943

Cooley, Eleanor, Sep 12, 1897 - Sep 3, 1910

Cooley, George A., "Father", 1871 - 1944;  Mable D., "Mother", 1872 - 1925

Cooley, Norvin L.,  California Sgt. US Army, World War II,  Oct 28, 1912 - Dec 2, 1968

Cooley, Claude M., 1896 - 1966;  Pearl I.,  1902 - 1976

Clang, Gerald Dean, son of Elmer and Iris Clang,  1942 - 1943

Clang, Alexander H.,  June 27, 1904 - Aug 12, 1982

Clang, Victor M.,  Jan 30, 1909 - May 22, 1987;  Norma C.,  Nov 26, 1912 - June 13, 1980

Clang, Elmer B.,  Dec 7, 1906 - July 7, 1995

Clang, Emma S., wife of Nels C. Clang,  July 23, 1876 - May 6, 1919

Clang, Iris Lorene, wife and mother,  Oct 5, 1919 - June 14, 1976

Clang, Keith L.,  Oct 10, 1954 - Oct 14, 19544

Crist, Grace A., July 3, 1888 - Feb 23, 1912

Crist, Lloyd W., Nebraska, PVT Co B 580 Sig Air Wing BN, World War II,  Apr 3, 1910 - July 13, 1969


Daily, Alvin, Jan 1, 1862 - Mar 4, 1960;  Rose D.,  July 25, 1865 - Oct 10, 1956

Daily, Paulson, Alexander V.,  1896 -1917, "Our Boy"

Dainton, Owen L.,  TEC 4 US Army World War II,  Apr 12, 1925 - June 30, 1991 (government marker)

Dainton, Owen L., Apr 19, 1925 - June 30, 1991;  Lois P.,  May 5, 1927 - ____, married Oct 11, 1947

Dennis, Neva G., 1894 - 1931, wife of H. A. Dennis, "In memory of our loved one"

Dennis, Pirl G., 1883 - 1937

Dennis, S. R., "Father", 1860 - 1935

Dennie, E. J., "Mother", 1865 - 1943

Dickinson, Joseph D., "Father",  1890 - 1969;  Verna H., "Mother",  1892 - 1953

Dickinson, Harold D.,  July 18, 1912 - Jan 22, 1955

Dickinson, Charles H., "Father", 1874 - 1961;  Effie May, "Mother",  1878 - 1966 (next to this stone is a small stone - same type - no last name, it reads:  Darrel L., "'Son",  Aug 6, 1918)

Dickinson, Gerald E., "Father",  1916 - 1967;  Mildred L.  1923-____, married Dec 21, 1939

Dickinson, Wanda Mae,  Apr 6, 1940 - Mar 29, 1971

Dickinson, Clair, June 18, 1909 - Feb 5, 1992;  Ethel G.,  Dec 31, 1911 - Sept 14, 1983, married June 11, 1932

Dickson, William M.,  Oct 15, 1861 - Nov 9, 1936;  Cora M.,  Mar 26, 1873 - July 21, 1956

Dishman, Archie L., "Dad",  April 8, 1905 - December 17, 1965

Dishman, Bessa A., "Mom",  October 25, 1905 - April 4, 1975

Dishman, Bulah,  Nov 21, 1912 - July 29, 1914, "At Rest"

Dishman, Alonao, "Father", Sep 8, 1884 - ____ ;  LaVerna, "Mother",  Apr 28, 1888 - Mar 20, 1951, "Let, Our Father, thy will be done."

Dishman, Darrell D.,  Oct 7, 1935 - Mar 29, 1958,  Nebraska AIC, 3605 Air Base Gp AF

Dishman, Glennie R,  Dec 8, 1911 - Jan 5, 1912, "At Rest"

Dishman, Ruthie M.,  Sep 25, 1909 - Sep 12, 1910,  "At Rest"

Dishman, E. R. "Connie", "Loving wife and mother",   Jan 21, 1927 - Feb 16, 1966

Dishman, Joe G.,  Jan 7, 1928 - Feb 23, 1996,  Korean War marker 1950 -1955

Dishman, Lee G., "Dad",  Sept 1, 1899 - Aug 13, 1974;  Nellie A., "Mom",  May 21, 1900 - Apr 6, 1988

Dishman, Bobby L., "Dad",  September 25, 1939 - February 6, 1979

Dishman, Nay,  Nebraska PFC Co H  339 MG BN World War I,  April 7, 1895 - Aug 22, 1947


Farley, Araminta,  died Oct 15, 1904, Aged 38 ys 4 ms 8 ds

Filley, Ellen,  Apr 21, 1854 - May 11, 1911

Filley, Abbie J., dau of L. & E. Filley, died Mar 7, 1896, Aged 14 y 5 m 22 d,  "She sleeps in the valley so sweet but her spirit has taken it's flight lo' her form is but dust neath our feet, while she is an angel of light"

Filley, infant twins, died May 20, 1895 (no last name on this stone, but it is near Ellen Filley)

Foster, Matthew R,  Apr 15, 1849 - Jan 5, 1913; Nancy S., "his wife",  Oct 4, 1843 - Aug 7, 1898

Foster, Ira M.,  PVT Co C  33  Ind  Inf  Civil War,  1845 - 1891

Foster, Francena, wife of I. M. Foster, died Mar 17, 1891, Aged 46 y 6 m 2 d

Francois, Harry J.,  July 3, 1903 - Feb 10, 1978;  Evelyn C.,  Feb 24, 1908 - June 27, 1985

Frost, Otis H.,  June 8, 1913 - July 15, 1926

Frost, Fred H.,  1878 - 1971;  Myrtle C.,  1883 - 1965

Fullhart, William H., died November 24, 1900, Aged 59 yrs 9 mos 21 ds,  Civil War 1861-65 marker


Gillett, Lora Jane, "Daughter",  Jan 12, - Feb 18, 1933; Almos and Alma, "Twins",  June 19,1922

Gillett, Arthur G.,  Aug 5, 1888 - Febr 23, 1957;  Hester L.,  Mar 20, 1905 - Oct 9, 1962

Grubb, Catherine V., 1825-1903


Haney, Grace L., died Mar 31, 1891, Aged 1 yr 6 mo 23 ds;  Pearley F., died Apr 9, 1891, aged   7 yr 3 mo 23 d,  "Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"

Harrell, Mary C.,  Aug 28, 1840 - Jan 24, 1910;  William M.,  Dec 30, 1844 - Mar 19, 1934

Hines, Alfred,  Missouri, PFC, Quartermaster Corp, World War I, April 15, 1901 - April 7, 1959

Hines, David H., 1865 - 1936

Hines, Alfred L., 1901 - 1959;  Gladys O., 1910 - ____

Hopkins, Sandra J.,  1940 - 1942

Hunt, Herbert F., died Mar 3, 1904, aged 2 mo 10 ds;  Edward, died Aug 1, 1901, Aged 1 yr 3 ms 28 d

Hunsacker, Jerome LaVonne,  Aug 11, 1980


Jessen, Asmus, Nov 27, 1849 - Dec 23, 1915

Johnson, Susan A., dau of E. B. & R. A. Johnson, died Feb 10, 1896, Aged 16 y 3 m 12 d, "Our darling one hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore"

Johnson, Edwin J., "Father",  1862 - 1924;  Myrtie E., "Mother", 1873 - 1947

Johnson, Adlai G.,  CPL US Army World War I,  1892 - 1978

June, Issac, "Father",   1846 - 1905;  Ida May, "Mother", 1871 - 1944


Kepler, Ray W., Nov 16, 1876 - Feb 21, 1962;  Ethie,  Nov 6, 1883 - June 13, 1972

Kingery, Mary Louise,  "Mother", died Nov 28, 1902;  Lewis, "Son",  Feb 14, 1863 - Nov 27, 1931;  Theodore, "Son", May 3, 1860 - Feb 2, 1951

Kingery, Dan.,  June 3, 1871 - Feb 27, 1928, Masonic emblem;  Daniel R.,  died Jan 27, 1888

Kettleborough,  Elijah P., "Father", 1858 - 1957;  Rachel K., "Mother",  1882 - 1954

Kettleborough, Elmer F., "Son", 1904 - 1931 (no last name on this stone, next to above and same type of stone)

Kettleborough, John W.,  1901 - 1984;  Verna E.,  1908 - 1975

Kitch, Ross, "Father", July 10, 1876 - May 31, 1955;  Maude M., "Mother", July 23, 1885 -  Aug 30, 1963

Klatt, Robert J., "Father", Oct 13, 1845 - Nov 27, 1894

Klatt, Martha C., "Mother",  Sept 14, 1845 - Feb 28, 1932

Klatt, Harry J.,  SGT US Army World War I,  1884 - 1979


Lewis, Lester,  May 8, 1901 - Apr 11, 1996;  Mabel,  Mar 26, 1906 - Aug 22, 1962

Lewis, John F,  1916 - 1919;  Dwight,  1926 - 1926

Lewis, John F., 1886 - 1962;  Lillie V.,  1887 - 1973

Lewis, Benjamin Franklin,  Oct 13, 1888 - July 2, 1982

Lewis, William Henry, "Father",  Aug 26, 1860 - Sept 12, 1937;  Ann Elisabeth,  Sept 13, 1886 - July 25, 1926

Lewis, Clarence A., "Father",  Occt 4, 1896 - May 15, 1980;  Erma L. Mayfield,  Sept 5, 1897 - Jan 27, 1996, married Aug 10, 1917

Lewis, Glenn L.,  July 17,k 1912 - Feb 14, 1984

Lehmanowsky,  John J., "Father",  1848 - 1888

LehmanowskyMary H., "Mother", 1853 - 1941

Lehmanowsky, John J., Jr.,  "Father",  1876 - 1949

Lehmanowsky, Sina May, "Daughter",  1881 - 1967

Lehmanowsky, Bertha B.,  May 13, 1888 - Nov 2, 1926

Leonard, William, "Father",  1879 - 1927

Leonard, James,  1870 - 1929

Leonard, Rexford, "Son",  1913 - 1913

Lindly, Fred G.,  May 5, 1889 - Oct 22, 1925

Lindly, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. L. V. Lindly,  June 22, 1915

Lindly, inf dau of Mr. & Mrs. L. V. Lindly,  Aug 17, 1917

Lindly, James, Apr 2, 1846 - Sep 8, 1925, Co G, 17th Iowa Vol Inft.,  Civil War marker

Lindly, Mary J., Apr 13, 1849 - July 10, 1924

Lindly, Mark Alan,  son of Leonard & Ruth Lindly,  1960 - 1962

Lindly, Leonard V.,  1892 - 1979;  Edrie H.,  1909 - ____

Lindly, Jennie (Parkison), "Mother",  Sept 30, 1888 - Sept 11, 1988

Lindly, James A.,  Dec 24, 1909 - Jan 30, 1972;  Lawrence F.,  Apr 16, 1915 - Mar 8, 1995 (above Lawrence name is the woirz with a slash through the letter o )

Linscott, John H.,  USN  1861 - 1865,  "Hats off Boys to the Sailor, Who fought the best he knew, Helping Our Abe to keep old glory,  Proudly flying over you" - back of stone reads, "Aloft through tempest and battle, at the peak "Old Glory" flew and long may she wave o'er every grave of the gallant Chippewa's crew.  One by one the "Old Boys" are dropping, and it's your turn next perhaps, for "Old Abe" is calling his legions to answer the last roll and taps"  - no dates on this stone


Martin, William A., Mar 18, 1882 - Dec 31, 1915

Mallory, Clarence B.,  1876 - 1934;  Iva O.,  1883 - 1964

Mallory, Myrl J.,  Mar 4, 1902 - May 18, 1981;  Marie,  May 10, 1907 - Oct 21, 1996, married May 25, 1927

Mallory, Roland Lee,  infant, 1937

Mason, George L.,  "Our Darling Boy",  1923 - 1940

Mason, Roy William,  Nebraska, S Sgt Co. G 55 QM Regt.  World War II,  July 23, 1917 - Mar 22, 1965

Mason, Robert C., "Father", 1873 - 1954;  Edna A., "Mother",  1881 - 1965, Masonic emblems

Mason, Mary Joyce,  Feb 5, 1895 - Jan 23, 1990;  Harry Claud,  Sept 9, 1891 - Feb 18, 1963 bpoe Elks lodge marker, married June 18, 1913

Mason, Ernest,  1909 - 1990;  Rose,  1917 - 1974 (a separate government marker for Ernest reads:  Ernest E. Mason, TEC 5 US Army World War II,  Apr 28, 1909 - Nov 17, 1990)

McDermott, Elizabeth R., June 17, 1880 - Nov 13, 1915

McGaughey, Woodford, Jan 19, 1881 - Sept 12, 1895;  John Orville, Apr 1, 1889 - Mar 29, 1892 (this is a large white stone with four people on it - Woodford McGaughey, John Orville McGaughey, Hattie Belle Snider and Georgia Anna Baird Snider) McNames, Etta, infant dau of W. & S.,  1888 - 1889

Moore, Thompson P.,  1850 - 1916;  Ada L., "his wife",  1858-1936

Moore, Winfield Perry,  Jan 27, 1877 - Mar 22, 1943

Moore, F. A. "Bert",  Sep 22, 1881 - Aug 9, 1958

Moon, Horace, died July 6, 1890, Aged 82 ys 8 ms 4 ds  "An upright, honest, candid, worthy man."

Muys, Peter, Nebraska, Pvt., Co. C, 2nd GP TR Cen, World War I,  Nov 28, 1889 - Dec 12, 1967


Neth, Ervin L.,  1903 - 1904


Parker, Leonard Elias, "Son", 1890 - 1891;  Mary Ann, "Mother", 1848 - 1891

Parkison, Alexander, "Father",  1852 - 1936;  Eoline P.,  "Mother",  1854 - 1942

Parkison,  Ida S., "Mother", Feb 24, 1894 - May 16, 1923

Paulson, Alexander V. (Daily), "Our boy", 1896 - 1917

Parsons, Leroy Ralph,  July 25, 1884 - Sept 24, 1932

Phelps, William H., "In Loving Memory",  Oct 5, 1884 - June 17, 1927

Pedrick, Cecil (Winchester),  Nov 5, 1905 - Apr 23, 1973

Peery, Roy E., son of G W & J M Peery, died Feb 3, 1891, Aged 2 ys 6 ms 11 ds, "Our sleeping lamb"

Person, Hilda,  1869 - 1961

Person, Nels,  1863 - 1928

Phelps, Mary Riley,   "In Loving Memory",  stone says dates unknown

Phelps, Hiram E.,  "In Loving Memory",  Mar 9, 1852 - Nov 7, 1927

Phelps, Agnes M.,  "In Loving Memory",  Mar 1, 1886 - Dec 1, 1976

Phelps, Leland W.,  "In Loving Memory",  Apr 12, 1923 - Apr 7, 1984

Poulson, Anna K., "Mother",  Nov 10, 1865 - Dec 19, 1900


Ray, Forest E.,  Jan 14, 1893 - Aug 27, 1916, IOOF, "F-L-T" emblem, "Woodmen of the World"

Richardson, John, "Our Father", died Apr 1, 1903, 75 ys 8 ms 1 d

Richer, Ellen J., 1845 - 1933

Rigg, George C., "Father", Aug 18, 1878 - Nov 29, 1941;  Melissa A., Sep 23, 1874 - Feb 4, 1950, "In Loving Memory"

Rigg, George N.,  Oct 2, 1907 - Feb 22, 1955

Rigg, Joe W.,  Nebraska PVT US Army World War II,  Aug 15, 1905 - Jan 17, 1962

Riggs, John W., Apr 28, 1842 - Jan 15, 1915, Co E  97 Reg. O. V I, Spanish War;  Sarah A. A.,  Jan 25, 1845 - ____; Emory J. C., Sep 19, 1883 - Mar 9, 1919

Robison, William A.,  Feb 13, 1888 - Nov 11, 1968

Robison, Elmer P.  Mar 7, 1876 - Oct 5, 1944

Robison, Eleanor L., 1854-1936;  William O.,  1842-1911

Rollwagen, August, Father, Oct 28, 1865 - June 6, 1931

Rollwagen, Emma, Mother, Jan 1, 1870 - Jan 10, 1955

Ross, Martin J., Father,  1858-1947

Ross, Nancy A.,  Mother, 1862 - 1929

Ross, Fannie B.,  Dau. of M. J. & N. A. Ross,  May 25, 1893 May 13, 1911

Ross, Lola E.,  Aug 3, 1877 - July 25, 1963

Ross, Marshall R.,  Feb 9, 1873 - Jan 15, 1957

Ross, William E.,  1834 - 1917

Rush, Pearl M., "Mother",  Oct 23, 1889 - Apr 27, 1971;  Fred D., "Father",  Sept 30, 1882 - Oct 4, 1960

Rush, Bradley Dean, "Our son", June 25, 1952 - July 24, 1955

Rush, infant son of Jack & Elaine Rush, Sept 29, 1945

Rush, inf. daughter of Jack & Elaine Rush,  August 7, 1944

Rush, Jack A.,  Jan 15, 1923 - Nov 5, 1986;  Elaine M.,  Nov 12, 1923 - Nov 5, 1985

Russell, Minnie E., daughter of T. B. & J., died Nov 7, 1887, Aged 17 y 9 m 5 d

Russell, T. B., and wife Della  "Grandmother - Grandfather", F-L-T IOOF Lodge emblem

Russell, Gustus E.,  1872 - 1947

Russell, Emma N.,  1874 - 1956


Schefcik, Mary L. (Winchester), Mar 28, 1913 - Apr 10, 1987

Schmidt, Berten E.,  Apr 1, 1930 - June 2, 1989;  G. Arlene,  Oct 6, 1930 - ____, married May 24, 1953, parents of Karen, Peggy, Gerald

Schmidt, Bert H.,  Aug 4, 1894 - June 10, 1980;  Adeline,  Mar 8, 1900 - Dec 3, 1997

Scott, Linda Louise,  July 23, 1936 - Jan 14, 1938

Scott, Thomas E.,  died July 21, 1901, Aged 21 years, Spanish American War emblem 1898

Scott, Mary R.,  Jan 23, 1835 - Mar 19, 1926

Scott, Laura Jane,  Jan 11, 1861 - June 2, 1932

Scott, Ed M.,  Feb 2, 1856 - Feb 21, 1920

Scott, Mary, "Mother", 1851 - 1921

Scott, Walter, "Father",  1846 - 1922

Scott, Morta W., son of W. & M. P. Scott, born Jan 1, 1877 died July 27, 1891, "oh what were life, if life were all?"

Scott, Ennis C.,  June 28, 1855 - July 9, 1916, IOOF;  Chattie D.,  Feb 23, 1860 - Oct 24, 1946

Scott, Jeremy Chad, son of Tom & Dianna,  Sept 22, 1968

Scott, Stanley B.,  1886 - 1961;  Lucinda A.,  1895 - 1965

Scott, Steven Alton, "In memory of", Capt US Army Air Corps, World War II,  Nov 8, 1915 - Dec 23, 1943,  Purple Heart & OLC

Scott, Hughes,  1882 - 1972;  Grace E.,  1879 - 1971

Scott, H. C.,  Aug 18, 1895 - Nov 10, 1985;  Beulah V.,  Oct 3, 1896 - July 24, 1976, married Jan 10, 1915

Scott, Avery Alton,  June 9, 1906 - Mar 15, 1991;  Merle Lindly,  Feb 7, 1902 - _____

Snell, James W.,  Apr 15, 1853 - Dec 31, 1924

Snell, Ruby W., 1929 - 1966;  Alta L.,  1925 - 1929

Snell, J. Verling, Nov 26, 1919 - Aug 2, 1994;  Ferne L.,  Sept 25, 1920 - Feb 4, 1989

Snell, Jolly F.,  Oct 5, 1894 - Dec 27, 1973;  Nina G.,  Sep 7, 1900 - Apr 30, 1982, married Dec 24, 1917

Snider, Hattie Belle, May 6, 1895 - May 10, 1896;  Georgia Anna Baird, wife of J.C. Snider, Nov 12, 1854 - Jan 31, 1928, "At rest"  (this is a large white stone with four people on it - Woodford McGaughey, John Orville McGaughey, Hattie Belle Snider and Georgia Anna Baird Snider)

Spooner, Milton I., "Father", 1857 - 1943;  Margaret M., "Mother",  1869 - 1935

Straight, Elmer L., "Father", 1881 - 1963;  Mary K., "Mother", 1883 - 1959

Straight, Harold D.,  PFC US Army, World War II, Oct 4, 1915 Oct 24, 1996

Stithem, Jess F.,  1904 - 1972;  Ruth T.,  1906 - 1988

Sweeney, Jennie, "Aunt",  Nov 3, 1883 - Sep 25, 1964


Teahon, Mary, "Mother",  July 12, 1851 - April 16, 1924

Teahon, Wilma Rose, 1926 - 1929

Thompson, Andrew G., "In Loving Memory", 1874 - 1944

Thompson, Elvina O.,  "In Loving Memory",  1877 - 1959

Thompson, Seth, born Dec 5, 1828 - died Jan 28, 1905,  "Gone but not forgotten"

Thompson, Mary Jane, born June 2, 1838 - died Oct 27, 1917  "Twas hard to give thee up, but Thy Will, O God, be done, Closed are thy sweet eyes from this world of pain, But we trust in God, To meet thee again."

Thompson, Roy E., "Father", 1886 - 1949;  Frances E., "Mother",  1890 - 1980

Tomlinson, Caroline, born March 16, 1836 - died July 5, 1914, her photograph embedded in marker

Tomlinson, Eva J.,  1918 - 1924, "Resting"

Tomlinson, Henry M.,  "Father", 1881 - 1961;  Eva L.,  "Mother", 1880 - 1972

Troxel, Plin Samuel,  "Father", 1906 - 1963;  Sarah Jane, "Mother", 1911 - 1996

Tupper, Selby Wilkinson,  1840 - 1931

Tupper, Cynthia Louise, 1845 - 1917


Vore, John G.., born Aug 15, 1860 - died Nov 18, 1889, "Gone but not forgotten"


Warren, Gerald, son of W E & A V Warren, died May 2, 1898, Aged 1 y 9 m 3 d, "Gone but not forgotten"

Watson, Ambrose, "Father", 1828 - 1907;  Emeoline, "Mother",  1834 - 1913;  Curtis, "Son", 1868 - 1963

Watson, Fred W.,  1897 - 1991;  Ada B.,  1897 - 1977

Wells, William G., "Son", 1956 - 1967

Wells, Charles A.,  Feb 3, 1912 - Mar 12, 1992;  Clytie B.,  June 11, 1909 - Nov 16, 1986, married Dec 24, 1931

Wheeler, Goldie J.,  Aug 30, 1916 - May 22, 1935

White, Arthur E., Father, 1850 - 1927;  Alice I., "Mother", 1852- 1899

White, Charles E.,  1870 - 1943, "At Rest"

White, Mabel I.,  "Mother",  1868 - 1927

White, Frank Lee, "Father", 1874 - 1943

White, George A.,  June 7, 1905 - Sept 7, 1972;  Florence E.,  June 24, 1907 - Mar 7, 1996

White, Gordon Craig,  June 29, 1943 - June 26, 1983, Vietnam War marker

Winchester, Scott W.,  1886 - 1954

Winchester, Thomas T.,  "Father",  1874 - 1943;  Alta V., "Mother", 1870 - 1932

Winchester, Aleva,  1843 - 1908;  Jane A., 1851 - ____

Winchester, William J., Nov 6, 1898 - June 20, 1956;  Ruth M., May 13, 1907 - Aug 20, 1995

Winchester, Herbert C.,  b. 1903 - d. 1983;  Grace M., wife, b. 1916 - d. _____ (homemade cement stone)

Winchester, Wendell M.,  Nov 4, 1928 - Apr 9, 1984, World War II marker;  Cecilia M.,  Apr 25, 1935 - _____, married Apr 25, 1974

Willett, Abram A., "Father", 1861 - 1919

Williams, Maude B., died Mar 29, 1891, Aged 2 y 18 d

Williams, Ruby E., died Mar 20, 1891, Aged 2 y 3 m 19 d  (behind the stones of Maude and Ruby Williams is a small - same type - marker that reads:  infant twins, died May 29, 1895)


Zehrung, David, Co G, 14th Iowa Inf, Civil War 1861-1865 marker


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