Wrights Cemetery of Fulton County, IL
Abandoned Cemetery..... is lost and needed to be found....
created June 30, 2005 10:52pm
11/21/2005 08:20:34 AM
Cemetery: WRIGHTS Cemetery, FULTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Other: BARCLAY/LIVINGSTON Sign: Yes Street: City: CANTON, ILLINOIS Township: County: FULTON State: ILLINOIS Nation: USA Zip: lat ns: N
lat h: lat mmss: long ew: W long h: long mmss: Status: Inactive
Size: Small Directions: Type: Road-public Location: Rural Terrain: Level Watersource: No
Features: TREES/BUSHES/WEEDS Property: Public Access: Open Enclosure: Fence-Broken Gate: Non-locking Established: Gravestones: 50 Oldest: UNKNOWN Newest: UNKNOWN Removed: Yes Relocated: No Repairs: No Methods: Adhesives Restoration: No Association: No Records: Unsure Inventory: Unsure Availability: Landscaping: No Paths: No Trees: Yes3 Crypts: No Fencing: No Brickwork: No Ironwork: Yes Sculpture: No Fountains: No Roads: No Buildings: No Cement: No Granite: Yes Marble: Yes Native: Unsure Slate: No Others: Yes Wood: No Materials: No
Architectural: No Angels: No Draperies: No Fraternal: No Hands: No Lambs: No Monograms: No Plants: No Photos: No Religious: No Scrollwork: Yes Urns: No Carvings: Yes Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction Unmarked: Yes Broken: Yes Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes Buried: Yes Weather: Yes Pollution: Yes Vandalized: Yes Report: Yes VA1: Gravestones-Overturned VA2: Gravestones-Broken VA3: Gravestones-Stolen VA4: VA5: Overgrowth: Overgrowth1: Overgrowth2: Graves-Disturbing Overgrowth3: Gravestones-Disturbing Overgrowth4: GroundCover: Yes Moss: Vines: Yes Drainage: Problem-Seasonal Problem1: Problem2: Apathy Owner: Cemetery Use: Agricultural Bordering: Agricultural Change: Same Reason: Roads Visited: Unknown Archeology: No Habitat: Yes Contacted: Name: Wanda M. Nelsen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 06/30/2005 Surnames: BARCLAY LIVINGSTON Other Information: Stones have been moved or destroyed by being tossed over a fence into a cow pasture. Many stones under soil or broken. one tall pillar is being eroded by tree roots and may topple. Support: Photos: Photos of Wrights Cemetery sent to
me via Wanda Nelson.
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