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Edwards County, Illinois, cemeteries

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1975
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original typescript.

All cemeteries in the county are included except Oak Grove in Grayville, Skinner family near Ellry, Campbell and Nine Mile cemeteries.

Cemeteries included: Old Albion (on Highway 130 North), Old Baptist (e. of Bone Gap), Bennington (on Lora Vandaver property, Bennington), Elder or Birks Prairie cemetery and church, Bond cemetery (n. of Bone Gap), Bone Gap (near Bone Gap.), Brown or I. O. O. F. (Browns), Busfink (n. e. of West Salem), Carney, Catholic cemetery (Grayville), Coles (on Virgil Jacobs farm), Densmore, Ebeneezer, Ely, Cemeteries - John Fewkes farm (Red Top Area), Albert Stanhope farm (Red Top Area), Richard Kuykendall farm (Red Top Area) Olive Church and the old Olive School house and a little west on Route 130), graves on Earl Ibbotson property; Jacobs (s. of Albion near home of Frank Fiebers), Old Jaques cemetery (s.e. of Albion), Johnson (on Virgil Fieber farm), Old Johnson cemetery (sec. 35), Kenneth Koertge cemetery (n.e. of West Salem), Cemeteries - located in the Red Top Area - (duplicate of previously listed Red Top Area cemeteries), Lambert (on the James Lambert Farm), Little Wabash, Little Prairie, Clarence Luther (sec. 13), cemetery on Alberta McCrum property (n. of Bone Gap), Macedonia (West Salem), Marion (sec. 4), Cemetery - [Carl] Miller property (sec 32), Mills (sec. 21), Mt. Pleasant cemetery, Moravian (West Salem), Mt. Zion cemetery, cemetery on Charlie Obold property (sec. 30), Pinhook (on vernie Hasewinkle property, sec. 22.), Original Pleasant Hill cemetery (near Samsville), Pleasant Hill, Reckling (sec. 28), Trinity or Rice (w. of Yankeetown school house), Samaria, Samsville (near Samsville), Seventh Day Adventist (West Salem), Shiloh (sec. 30), Old Shiloh (sec. 25), Cemeteries located in the Red Top Area - duplicate of previous listing, Thread family, Union cemetery and enterprise (e. of Albion), Wanboro, Wells, West family cemetery, single grave - Martha E. Wilkinson d. Sept. 6, 1865 wife of E. E. Wilkinson (on James White property), West Village cemetery (n.w. of Albion).

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