January 26, 2003

 

INTRODUCTION BY STEVIE HUGHES, STEVIE1302@AOL.COM

 

The Macedonia Methodist Church is located in the town of Macedonia, Illinois.  The land for the Church was deeded on September 13, 1866.  Macedonia is the dividing line between two counties, one being Hamilton County and the other being Franklin County.  The Church is located on the Franklin County side.  This transcription has been graciously provided by Jo Ann McGhee and Patti Breaux.

 

The earliest tombstones in the Church Cemetery date from about 1860.  The earliest grave in this transcription is dated 1856.  It is believed that burials took place in this cemetery before that date; however, there are no records to substantiate this.  Certainly there are a number of unmarked gravesites.  Jo Ann McGhee has included many of the “unknown” people interred here based on various sources of information.  These unmarked graves are preceded with an arrow.  I have also included some unmarked graves that I have identified.  My entries are preceded with (SH:  UNMARKED), followed by the person’s name and what is known about them.

 

The additional “commentary” I have added for a number of people buried here has been derived from various sources. First and foremost is information from the descendants of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson and the descendants of Elizabeth Sims Carney/Kearney.  Other sources of information include various censuses of Hamilton County and Franklin County, IL; Rev. James William Dupree’s book “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County (IL); Harold G. Felty’s “Legacy of Kin, Hamilton County, IL;  the book “Franklin County, IL 1870 Plus” by Judith Walley Couey; Volume I and Volume II of “Northern Township Franklin County, IL A History”, by David E. Goss; and the centennial publication,

Macedonia 1976” compiled by the Macedonia Eastern Star 1028, Mrs. Dorothy Pickard, Chairman of Macedonia History and Mrs.

Margaret Harper, Chairman of Church Records.

 

With regard to Ms. Couey’s work, in her book “Franklin County, IL Federal Census of 1840, Veterans of Franklin Co. and Federal Census of 1850 Plus”, a number of Civil War soldiers known to be interred in the Macedonia Methodist Church Cemetery are listed in this work as being buried in Logan Cemetery.  After several inquiries, I have been unable to confirm that the Macedonia Methodist Church Cemetery was at one time also known as “Logan” Cemetery.  Nor have I been able to confirm a separate Logan Cemetery exists in Franklin or Hamilton County.  In the interest of honoring all Civil War soldiers even possibly interred here, I have included the names of these Civil War soldiers according to Ms. Couey who are buried “at Logan Cemetery”.  These additions are preceded with “PER JC” followed by the soldier’s name and civil war unit number.

 

I deeply regret that full and complete research on every person interred in the cemetery could not be accomplished.  The time limitations made this an impossibility; however, it is my intention to provided additional commentary on as many people as possible.  Several persons buried in this Cemetery have a short biography at the website “Yesterdays of Hamilton County”.  I would encourage you to visit this wonderful website at www.carol.yar.com.  For more information on Civil War soldiers, please visit the State of IL website that has a complete roster of soldiers.

 

My great-grandfather, James A. Johnson, his brother, Zopher Alexander, his sisters, Elizabeth Jane and Phebe Adeline, and  his parents, Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson, and his grandparents, Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson,  came to the Macedonia area from Greene County, TN in 1853/4.  James A. Johnson was a soldier in the Civil War, serving with IL 40th, Company A.  The IL 40th Infantry Company A was largely mustered from residents of Hamilton County.  IL 40th Infantry Company F was mustered from residents of Franklin County as was the 13th IL Cavalry.  James’ brother, Zopher A. Johnson, was also a soldier, serving with the 13th IL Cavalry.  Brothers, James A. Johnson and Zopher A. Johnson are credited with purchasing the bell for the Church bell tower.  The bell remains there to this day.  Both brothers as well as many family members are buried in the Church Cemetery.  There are over 50 Civil War soldiers interred at this cemetery.  A roster of these brave men is included at the end of the transcription.

 

We have been granted permission by the compiler, JoAnn McGhee, and the Frankfort Area Genealogy Society to post this Cemetery Transcription at our website.  We are much indebted to Jo Ann for this wonderful piece of historical work.  Jo Ann has requested that any corrections or additions be emailed to her at jmcghee6@bellsouth.net. 

 

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And now, the JohnsonFamilyHistory.Org website is so pleased to be able to provide with you the full transcription of the Macedonia, IL Methodist Church Cemetery, Franklin County, IL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MACEDONIA CEMETERY LISTING - Jo Ann McGhee Apr 2002 ; Alphabetized by          Patti  Breaux --

 

 

( stone broken in half. Both pieces buried. Could not get it up.)

 

(Two triangle concrete stones-blank)

 

_____?____ Laura A. dau of G.S. & ___?___ 27 Feb 1877-29 Oct 1878  1y 8m 2d

 

2 small stones - no dates or names

 

A footstone, sprig of flowers. No names or dates.

 

A concrete block marker.   Flowers.

 

A marker. No name.  No dates.

 

Top half of stone missing.   Age 7y 10m 3d

 

Wallas P.  1902-1908    (Probably last name is GULLIC)

 

Sandrock   CHB  Dec 29   1884

 

Broken concrete stone. 

 

Marker shaped like a lamb

 

Marker, No names. No dates

 

Ralph       1905-1909                                       

 

 ?    Paul H.    Star    1927    Cross

 

Broken stone-name and dates gone.

 

Denver E.  1899-1933  (no last name on stone)

 

A

 

ABBOT, Wm.  Co. G  51 st Ill. Inf.

                (Sam SMITH adds this: “This may be the following Wm. ABBOTT: Franklin Co, IL Marriage Records 1866-1877 (RFH; IL; 977.394; Marr)  Willard Library shows ABBOTT, William married BLACK, Martha J. on 29 Sep 1974; Record B 151. This marriage was four days after the birth of Ann Elizabeth SMITH, Sam and Martha Jane’s youngest child. Samuel SMITH is the son of Bedford B. SMITH and Elizabeth TEETERS.”  jm)

 

ALLEY, Daniel N.  12 Feb 1888  (only date)

                (b. 12 Feb 1888 Windfall, Ind.,  d. 6 Jun 1955, home, in McLeansboro, IL; md Flossie L. BOND 9 Aug 1909;  md Eva L(ena) FISHER 5 Aug 1944 etc - per  Daniel’s obit  jm

  

ALLEY,  (Eva L(ena) FISHER b. 12 Feb 1881 Franklin Co, IL, d. 25 Feb 1955 hosp. in McLeansboro, IL

(d/o William A. FISHER & Mary Katherine JOHN; md John H. GULLIC 4 Aug 1897, md Daniel ALLEY, 1943, he survives, etc,  interred Macedonia Cem;  per Eva Lena’s obit   jm)

 

 

UNMARKED GRAVE:  PER JC:  ANDREWS, Tillman

                Civil War, Maryland Infantry

 

B

 

BAIN, Helen M.  1918-1918

 

BAIN, Oras  1908-1930

 

BARNETT, Mary M.  d 28 Apr 1863

                (w/o  J. T. BARNETT)

                (SH:  This may be Mary Ann Abott Barnett, wife of Jesse Barnett.  In the 1850 Census, Jesse is age 21 and his wife, M. A. is age 22.)

 

BAUER, Ava F.  (HAYS)  1897-- 

 

BAUER, Donald Lee  Born & Died 21 Feb 1935         

 

BAUER,  John W.  (1 Feb) 1893-1977

                (John William BAUER s/o William Frederick BAUER Jr. & Eliza Taylor WEBB; Ava d/o (?)  jm)

 

BAUER, Loren E.  Born & Died 28 Jun 1923

 

BENNETT, Calvin  Ill. Pvt. Co. E 335 Inf  WWI  6 Mar 1891-30 May 1967

                (b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. at hosp. in Benton, IL; s/o John BENNETT & Annie OLIVER, per his obit, leaving wife Mary, & son Everett of Macedonia    jm)

 

6    BENNETT, Elizabeth  d 22 Apr 1893 

                47y  (per Franklin Co, IL death record    jm)

 

6  BENNETT, Rev. William Ephraim b. 26 Sep 1879 d. 28 Apr 1951 (

s/o Winfield Scott BENNETT & Nancy Catherine (COTTINGHAM; teacher from Hamilton College & Ewing College; former Methodist Dist. Supt; retired at Mt. Carmel 1947, & moved to McLeansboro; md Nona CARLTON 17 Aug 1902, etc - interred Macedonia (Macedonia Cem? or Antioch Cem?) - per obit   jm)( b. Knights Prairie Twp, Hamilton Co, IL. In log house, d. in hosp. In Eldorado)

 

 

BISHOP, Cameron  1977-1977

 

BLACKWARD, Ben 1888-1972   

 

BLACKWARD, Martha A.  Wife  1868-1956

                ( w/o William Henry BLACKWARD) (d/o George W. GASS & Mary SULLIVAN  jm)

                (SH:  George W. Gass came to the Macedonia area in 1853/54 with Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife Phebe Cooper Johnson

                and their family.  They came from Greene County, TN.  In 1850, “George” (no surname) is residing in their household, age 6.

                By the 1860 census of Knights Prairie Township, Hamilton County, IL, George is now age 16 and is identified as George

                Guess (phonetic spelling of “Gass”).  He is still residing with Zopher Jr and Phebe.  His relationship to this family is as yet

                unsubstantiated.  In some documents, he stated his mother’s surname as Johnson.  Yet, there has not been any marriage

                found in the Greene County, TN records between a Johnson and a Gass/”Guess”.  In his Civil War pension papers, George Gass

                described himself as “a poor orphan boy”.)

 

BLACKWARD, Henry Ben  Son  1918-1928

 

BLACKWARD, Josephine   1914-

                (d/o John Logan CLARK & Evie Ethel JEFFRIES  per data from Audrey HUNGATE JEFFRIES  jm)

 

BLACKWARD, Lilla A.   Wife  1894-1920

 

BLACKWARD, Lwanna Kay  Dau  1950-1958

                (d/o Ben BLACKWARD & Josephine CLARK per data from Audrey HUNGATE JEFFRIES   jm)

(d. age 7 yrs, 13 Jan 1958, hosp. in Anna, IL; d/o Ben & Josephine BLACKWARD - former residents of Macedonia, now res. of Anna; leaves parents, etc  per Lawanna Kay’s obit   jm)

 

BLACKWARD, Myrtle   Wife  1902-1931

 

BLACKWARD, Rosemary   Dau  1934-1956

 (d/o Ben BLACKWARD & Josephine CLARK - Rosemary killed in auto accident per  data from Audrey HUNGATE JEFFRIES  jm)

 

BLACKWARD, William Matthew   Ill. Cpl. 278 Mil Police Co. WWII  19 Aug 1922-6 Nov 1954

 

BLACKWARD, Wm. Henry  Husband  1855-1909 

                (h/o Martha A. (GASS) BLACKWARD) (s/o?)

 

6  BLACKWOOD, Lilly LEWIS

(Times, 19 Feb 1920: b. 10 July 1894 Hamilton Co, IL; d. 11 Feb 1920 West Frankfort, IL; md Ben BLACKWOOD 17 Jan 1914; leaves husband, 1 child, parents, etc; interred Macedonia Cem.  (per  obit  jm)

 

UNMARKED GRAVE:  PER JC:  BOLEN, Charles  d. 7-13-1925

                WWI U. AS. Navy

 

BOLEN, Cornelia, his wife  9 Apr 1849-4 Apr 1928

                (w/o W(illiam) B(ailey) (“Willie”)BOLEN)

 

BOLEN, Henry D.  Aug 1838-5 Oct 1896

                (BOLEN, Henry  Co K 110th Ill Inf)

 

    

BOLEN, Martha J., his wife, 28 Feb 1834-16 Dec 1921

(w/o Henry D. BOLEN)  (Martha Jane ROBERSON md Henry D. BOLEN 28 Aug 1856 Franklin Co, IL  jm) (Martha Jane ROBINSON BOLEN b. near Akin, IL; d. at home of son James near Dahlgren, IL, etc  per Martha Jane’s obit  jm)

 

BOLEN, Iva (A.)  1886-1958

                (w/o William BOLEN) (d/o Alfred Douglas PHILLIPS & Nancy Elizabeth “Betty” LEE   jm)   

 

BOLEN, Sadie, died 12 Aug 1895  7m 3d

( d/o J.A. & F. BOLEN) (data per Betty KINGTON: Sadie is d/o James Andrew BOLEN & Frances (Fanny) BOYD; Frances (Fanny) BOYD d/o Lewis BOYD & Mary Jane (Polly) SUMMERS    jm) (data per Sam SMITH adds that Sadie’s mother is Frances “Fannie” BOYD, d/o Lewis W. BOYD & Mary Jane “Polly” SUMMERS  jm)

 

6  BOLEN, Sarah d 6 Jul 1880 

                20y  (from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

BOLEN William 1879-1946

                (h/o Iva (A) (PHILLIPS) BOLEN) ( s/o William Bailey BOLEN & Cornelia BEARDEN  jm)

 

BOLEN, W(illiam) B(ailey) (“Willie”) 22 Oct 1846-5 May 1925  Corp. Co I 60th Ill. Vol. Inft.

                (h/o Cornelia BOLEN) (s/o James BOLEN & Elizabeth “Nancy” CARLTON; Cornelia d/o ?  jm)

                (SH:  Based on information from Rev. Dupree’s book, “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County”, William B. Bolen married in 1867

                 Mary Ann Johnson VanCleve (born 1837), wife of William VanCleve who died in 1862.  Mary Ann Johnson was the

                daughter of Robert Henry Johnson.  Robert Henry is considered the “founding father” of the town of Macedonia.  The town was

                created from land owned by Robert Henry Johnson.  See more about this family in the “J” section of the transcription.

 

BOLIN,  ?  Ann (can’t read)

(w/o J.A. BOLIN) (d. 4 Oct 1889, 18y from death record  jm) (data per Betty KINGTON: This is Melissa Anne (Ann) SMITH b. 2 Oct 1871, d. 4 Nov 1889 age 18y - wife of James Andrew BOLEN, d/o Jasper SMITH & Ellen Jane HATCHETT; James Andrew BOLEN remarried to Frances (Fanny) BOYD, d/o Lewis BOYD & Mary Jane (Polly) SUMMERS, and James Andrew BOLEN & Frances (Fanny) BOYD had 15 children   jm)

 

BOLIN, Harrison  Co A 40 Ill  Inf  

 

BOLIN, John A(lexander)  26 Jan 1882-26 Mar 1895  13yrs.

(birth record #1943 from SRJ states b. 28 Mar 1883) (per data from Betty KINGTON, this is John Alexander Logan BOLEN, her uncle, who went by the name of Logan - Logan died at his sister Mary Elizabeth BOLEN ZELHART & husband Charles Henry ZELHART’s farm in Macedonia, Hamilton Co, IL - climbed over a barbed wire fence, and ripped his stomach open   jm)

 

 

 

BOLIN (BOLEN), Louisa M. (BOYD) 23 Feb 1850-17 Jul 1893 

(wife of Cornelius (Carlton) BOLIN) (Louisa M. BOYD d/o Noah BOYD & Dicadella “Dicy” WEBB; Cornelius Carlton BOLEN s/o James BOLEN & Elizabeth “Nancy” CARLTON - Louisa d. aged 45y per her death record  jm) (data from Betty KINGTON states that her grandfather, Cornelius Carlton BOLEN is buried beside his wife Louisa BOYD BOLEN; she also states that a  baby has been buried at the foot of Louisa BOYD BOLEN, an infant of Linzy BOLEN & wife Nancy Jane COZART BOLEN  jm)(Cornelius (Carlton) BOLEN d. at home of his dau. Mrs. Mary ZELLEHART Sat. burial services at Macedonia Cem. -  per his note of death 3 June 1936  jm)

 

BOLIN, Orrilla  (CREMEENS) 18 Apr 1845-14 Dec 1893

                (Harrison BOLEN & Orrilla  married 12 Apr 1864( (Harrison BOLEN b. Gallatin Co, IL 1842, d. 1 Dec 1911, aged 69y; had 7 children; md to Ellen LAMPLEY 7 July 1894 - had 2 children; buried in Macedonia Cem. - per his obit  jm)

 

BOLLAN, Emeretta  d 14 Jan 1865  1 day

                (d/o H. & O. BOLLAN) (Notice the variations in the spelling---above)

 

(SH:  BOSTER FAMILY. For more about the Boster Family refer to www.carolyar.com; The Descendants of Philip Boster, 1763-1831)

 

BOSTER, Alva  15 Nov 1883-3 Jun 1884

 

BOSTER, Andrew J. 14 Apr 1818-16 Jun 1884

                (born in GAHA Co. Ohio)

 

BOSTER, Clara (M.) Rose  1862-(8 Dec) 1936

(d. aged 74 yrs, at home in Knights, Prairie; md Thomas J. BOSTER, leaves husband, etc  per Clara’s obit   jm)

 

BOSTER, Clifford D.  29 Sep 1885-3 Mar 1886

 

BOSTER, Cornelius C.  19 Dec 1863-26 Apr 1945

(h/o Margaret E. (YATES) BOSTER)(Cornelius C. “Neal” BOSTER s/o Andrew Jackson BOSTER & Catherine SHIRLEY)(d. at home, Macedonia, IL per his obit  jm)

                (SH:  Early businessman in Macedonia.  Owned and operated the drug store; was Postmaster in 1891 and 1898; President of the

                Board of Trustees of the Village of Macedonia in 1917)

 

BOSTER, Flora L.  15 Dec 1886-27 Agu (sic) 1891

 

BOSTER,  James S(mith)  1853*--(11 Apr) 1938

(b. 23 Jun *1858 per obit  jm) (s/o Andrew Jackson BOSTER & Catherine SHIRLEY; Sarah Elizabeth GIBBS BOSTER d. at her home in Macedonia, IL per her note of death  jm)

 

BOLLEN , John W. d 26 Sep 1867  1y 1m

                (s/o H. & O. BOLLEN)

 

BOSTER,  James H.   10 May 1877-23 Sep 1942

                (s/o John A. BOSTER & Priscilla HATCHETT  jm)

 

BOSTER, John A.  Co. A  40th Ill Vol Inf.  10 Aug 1841-8 Jan 1909

(d. Thompsonville, s/o Andrew I. BOSTER, who came to IL in 1840; md Priscilla HATCHETT 1865 Hamilton Co, IL  -  per John’s obit   jm)

(SH:  son of A. J. Boster and Catherine Shearley.)

 

BOSTER,  Margaret E.  10 Feb 1872-26 Aug 1959

(w/o Cornelius C. BOSTER) (d/o Richard J. YATES & Ann HAMER - per  obits of Cornelius & Margaret E. )

 

BOSTER, Myrtle  1881-1928

                (w/o Vincent BOSTER)

 

BOSTER, Ona  15 Mar 1881-11 Oct 1950  (d/o?)

 

BOSTER,  Priscilla,  8 Feb 1843-23 Oct **1933 

(no, d. **1938 per her 25 Oct 1938 obit  jm) (w/o John A. BOSTER) (d. at home of dau. Ella at Peoria, IL per her obit    jm)

 

BOSTER, Sarah E(lizabeth)  1855-19__

                (d/o Levi GIBBS & Mary Ann GRIFFIN)

 

BOSTER, Thomas J.  1862-(21 Feb) 1943

                (h/o Clara (M) Rose BOSTER) (s/o Andrew Jackskon BOSTER & Catherine SHIRLEY - per Thomas’ obit  jm)

 

BOSTER, Vinson (4 Jan) 1878-(9 Sep) 1951   

(h/o Priscilla BOSTER) (Vincent BOSTER d. at home of dau. near Macedonia, aged 73 yrs; s/o James Smith BOSTER & Sarah Elizabeth GIBBS  per Vincent’s obit   jm) 

  

BOWIE, Dr. Burt D.  20 Oct 1889-26 May 1969

 

BOYER, Bessie,., hiw (sic) wife  3 Aug 1886-5 jul 1907

                (d/o F.M. BOYER & Martha E)

 

BOYER, Martha E. 11 Feb 1869-27 Apr 1891

                (w/o F.M. BOYER)

 

BOYER, Nellie  d 27 Sep 1888  2m 9d

                (d/o F.M. & M.E. BOYER)

 

6  BOYLES, Elmer Floyd b. 14 Sep 1897 d. 28 June 1991

(s/o John BOYLES & America BOSTER; md Lela SIMS 17 Jan 1920, leaves wife, etc;   Macedonia Cem.   (per Elmer’s obit   jm)( b. Knights Prairie Twp, Hamilton Co, IL d. hosp. In McLeansboro, res. Of Macedonia, IL at time of death)

                (SH:  Lela Carine Sims is the daughter of John G. Sims and Minnie Louise Johnson.  Minnie Louise was the daughter of Dr. John

                Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Cuma Sexton, who are both  buried here.  See the “J” section for information on this

Johnson Family.)

 

BRADEN,  James O(scar)  1880-(15 May) 1946

                (SH:  husband of Una Braden)

               

BRADEN, Una L.  1887-1977

                (Per obit; d/o Andrew Jackson LEE & Mary FUNKHOUSER  jm)   

                (SH:  Una died 8-4-1977)

BRADFORD, Dr. James A.  24 Apr 1884-28 Jun 1917 

(per obit  jm)(s/o  George A. & "Lizzie” and apparently never married (?)  jm)

                (SH:  Dr. James Bradford is the son of George A. and Lizzie Johnson Bradford.  Lizzie is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson

                Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham Johnson.  Refer to the “J” section for more information on this family.)

 

BRADFORD, George A.  25 Jan 1856-4  Dec 1931  

                (s/o James BRADFORD & Elizabeth DIXON) (per note of death  jm)

                (SH:  husband of Lizzie Johnson Bradford.)

 

BRADFORD, Irvin  1 Aug 1896-2 Nov 1964

                (s/o George A. & "Lizzie” and apparently never married (?)  jm)

                (SH:  Irvin Hobart Bradford was the son of George A. and Lizzie Johnson Bradford.  Lizzie was the daughter of Dr. John Henderson

                Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham Johnson.  Based on Rev. Dupree’s book, “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County”, Irvin Hobart

                Johnson was married twice.  First to Tommotine Hunt and second to Bertha Warren.)

 

BRADFORD, Lizzie J.  9 Aug 1865-4 Oct 1943 

(d/o Dr. John Henderson JOHNSON & Sarah J. GRAHAM) (b. in Mo. d/o Dr. & Mrs. J.H. JOHNSON; d. at home of her dau. in Benton, IL; md George BRADFORD 1883 in Hudson Hotel in Benton, IL, per her obit  jm)

                (SH:  Lizzie J. (Jane) Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his first wife, Sarah Graham.  Dr. John Henderson

 was the  son of Zopher and  Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Dr. John and his 2nd wife, Talitha, are buried at this Cemetery.  See more about

this family under the “J” section of this transcription.)

 

 

BROOKS, Ada (A.)  (7 Sep) 1897--(26 Nov 1985)

(w/o Clifford BROOKS) (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. 26 Nov 1985 Benton, IL, res. of Macedonia, IL at death; d/o Willis (Taylor) HOLMAN & (Sarah Jane) Della PAGE, per Ada’s obit)         

 

BROOKS,  Betty   1836-1898 

                (w/o John W. BROOKS) (d. 1896,  from tombstone, this is Elizabeth OWENS, per data from Audrey

                HUNGATE JEFFRIES  jm)

 

BROOKS,  Clifford   1898-1974

                (h/o Ada (A) HOLMAN) ( s/o Joshua Lafayette BROOKS & Sarah Ellen GASS  jm)

 

BROOKS, Cloyd   1891--

(Cloyd “Dutch” BROOKS b. 11 June 1892 IL, d. 25 Oct 1979 hosp. in McLeansboro, IL, res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death, s/o Joshua & Sarah GASS BROOKS per Cloyd’s obit   jm)

 

BROOKS, John W.  1827-1896

                (h/o Betty BROOKS)

 

BROOKS, Joshua (Lafayette)  1859-1831

                (h/o Sarah E(llen) (GASS) BROOKS) ( s/o John BROOKS & Elizabeth “Betty” OWENS  jm)     

         

BROOKS, Infant  1924

         

BROOKS, Isaac  1861-1931

 

BROOKS, Sarah E(llen) (GASS)  1864-1940  (d/o?)

                (w/o Joshua (Lafayette) BROOKS)

 

BROOKS, Walter L.  1887-1949                             

 

BROOKS, Warner C.  Pvt. US Army (30 Jan)1890-(13 Jan)1975

                (b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. hosp. in Benton, IL, res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death; s/o Joshua BROOKS & Sarah GASS; md Florence WINEMILLER, leaves wife, etc.  per obit of Warner C. “Chick” BROOKS  jm)

 

6  BROWN, John  d 26 Dec 1893 

                48y  (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

BROWNING,  Dorothy F.  born 1918 (May 17, 1918) died December 22, 2002

                (w/o Virgil L. BROWNING Married 21 Oct 1945)   

                (SH:  Dorothy F. Johnson Browning was the daughter of Clarence Edgar Johnson and Dora Meadows.  Clarence Edger

                was the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson and Sarah Ann Boster Johnson.  Refer to the listing for Zopher

                Alexander Johnson (Reverend Z.A. Johnson).  Zopher Alexander Johnson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr. and his wife,

                Phebe Cooper Johnson.)   

 

BROWNING, Virgil L.  (22 Nov)1915-(11 Oct)1973

(b. Sesser, IL, res. of  Springfield, IL at time of death; s/o Harry BROWNING & Annie LOCKMAN; md Dorothy JOHNSON; leaves wife; leaves parents of  West Frankfort - per Virgil’s obit  jm) (Tec 4 US Army WW 2  per  David GOSS’ book, 1991, about Macedonia, IL - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)     

 

(SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE)  BROWNING, J. H.  Per Rev. Dupree’s Book “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County”,  in the 1870 Census,

 J. H. Browning,  age 12 (born 1858) and his brother, Ellsworth, age 8 (born 1862) are living in the household of Robert Henry

Johnson.  J. H.Browning is buried here.)

 

BUTLER, Cora  1874-1966      

 

BUTLER,  John   1867-1935

C

 

CAMPBELL, Alva E(dward) (1 Mar) 1892-1959

                ( s/o George Daniel CAMPBELL & Mary Elizabeth VANHORN jm)   

 

6    CAMPBELL, Bryan E., b. 22 Apr 1963 d. 1 Aug 1986

(s/o Hobert CAMPBELL Jr. & Helen BOWMAN; leaves parents; paternal grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Hobert CAMPBELL Sr. of Macedonia; maternal grandparents, Mr & Mrs Lewis BOWMAN of McLeansboro; Macedonia Cem.   (per Bryan’s obit   jm)( b. Hamilton Co, IL d. auto accident of Rt. 14 west of McLeansboro, IL; res. Of Macedonia, IL at time of death)

 

CAMPBELL, E(lmer) H(arrison)    DDS  11 Nov 1889-13 Apr 1956

(Marriage Record Franklin Co, IL: Elmer H. CAMPBELL to Ada Gertrude CREMEENS 4 July 1908; Elmer Harrison CAMPBELL s/o George Daniel CAMPBELL & Mary Elizabeth VANHORN  jm)

 

CAMPBELL, Edward Keith  3 Jun 1940-8 Nov 1945

                (SH:  Edward Keith is the son of Hobart Johnson Campbell.  Hobart is the son of Verla Mason Johnson Campbell (see below)

.  Verla was the daughter of Zopher (H.) Johnson, son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham.  All of this

 family is interred here with the (possible??) exception of Sarah Graham Johnson.)

 

CAMPBELL, George D(aniel)  10 Oct **1963 (no, **1863  jm) - 29 May 1948   (per obit  jm)

(s/o John Franklin CAMPBELL & Susanna COOK; Mary Elizabeth VANHORN)

 

6  CAMPBELL, Hariet  d 13 Dec 1880 

                14y (from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

                (SH:  Harriet, 17 years, daughter of John F. and Catherine Campbell.)

    

CAMPBELL,  Mary E(lizabeth)  1 Apr 1861-16 Nov 1936

(b. Penn; d. at home, Macedonia, IL - lived in Franklin Co, IL for past 60 yrs. - per her obit  jm) (d/o Henry VANHORN & Mariah (Caroline?) WELLS) 

 

CAMPBELL, Verla M(ason JOHNSON)   (16 Oct) 1891-1974

                (d/o Zopher JOHNSON & Lydia Mary BENSON  jm)

                (SH: Verla Mason Johnson, died July 4, 1974.  She was the daughter of Zopher (H.) Johnson and Lydia Mary Benson Johnson, both

                of whom are buried here.  Zopher (H.) Johnson is the son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham Johnson. 

Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Cuma Sexton are also buried here.  Dr. John Henderson Johnson

 was the son of Zopher  and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Refer to the “J” section for more information on this family)

 

(CARLTON)  ??  Daisy Lee  1892-1900

 

(CARLTON, Denver Edward b. 27 Jul 1899 Macedonia; d. 30 Sep 1933;

(s/o Samuel & Pearl KERN CARLTON; md Ruth ANDERSON Feb 1921, etc; leaves grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. G.B. KERN etc; interred Macedonia;  news item: Denver CARLTON slain & Aaron JOHNSON wounded by Warren & Carl LITTLE; lives about 5 miles SW of McLeansboro; CARLTON, a barber in McLeansboro, lived near Macedonia; gave a ride home to others -  per Legacy of  Kin Vol I (FELTY) pg 328 (1933-13)  jm)

 

(CARLTON), Herman  1910-1912

                (son of Cary V. and Gussie CARLTON   MAK)

 

CARLTON  Large Stone  Name only

 

CARLTON,  born and died 10 Dec 1898

                (Infant of W.V. & M.J. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, born and died 26 Jun 1900

(Infant of William Vinson CARLTON (1846-1914) & Mazella J. “Mae” VANHORN (1858-1951) md 3 June 1875 Franklin Co, IL   jm)

 

CARLTON, Ada 7 Aug 1885-4 Nov 1899

                (d/o  J(ohn) E. & M(artha) CARLTON)

 

CARLTON,  Addie A(lice) (ROPER)  (9 Nov) 1864--(5 Aug) 1946

(w/o Bird C(ornelius) CARLTON) (Addie b. Odin, IL, d. at home Benton, IL, md Bird C. CARLTON 7 Nov 1890 per her 14 Aug 1946 obit  jm) (Sam SMITH adds that Addie A. is Addie ROPER, d/o Mr. & Mrs. R.M.G. ROPER  jm)

 

CARLTON, Bird C(ornelius) (19 Feb) 1860-(14 Aug) 1944  

(h/o  Addie A(lice) (ROPER) CARLTON) (Bird Cornelius CARLTON b. Northern Twp, Franklin Co, IL, d. at home in Benton, IL; md Nancy BORDER 1881- then md Addie ROPER 7 Dec 1890,   per his 14 Aug & 18 Sep. 1944 combined obits  jm)  s/o Richard Montgomery Green  CARLTON & Rhoda Ann BOLEN)

 

CARLTON, Cary V.  23 Oct 1888-13 Apr 1958

                (h/o Gussie CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, Clarence E.  12 Dec 1893-18 Apr 1914

                (son of B.C. & Addie A. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, Cornelius   Co B. 110th Ill Inf.

 

CARLTON, Cornelius  25 Feb 1824-4 Aug 1885

                (h/o Minerva CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, Cornelius B.  21 Dec 1853-19 Dec 1894   40y 11m 28d

                (SH:  Cornelius Neal Burton Carlton, was the husband of Frances Louisa Johnson (1858-1951)  Frances Louisa was the daughter of

Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson and Enoch Sanford Johnson.  Elizabeth Jane was the daughter of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn

Kerbaugh Johnson.  Enoch was the son of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  See below for “Fannie” Carlton.)

 

6  CARLTON, Delmar Mitchell b. 29 May 1914; d. 22 Feb 1989

(d. hosp. in Benton; res. at death of McLeansboro, IL; s/o Lewis E. & Emma MITCHELL CARLTON; worked for Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY. for 35 yrs; md June VISE 7 July 1946; leaves wife; interred Macedonia Cem.  (per Delmar’s obit   jm)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:  CARLTON, Denver Edward, b. 7-27-1899 d. 9-30-1933

                Husband of Ruth Anderson (married 2-31-1921); son of Samuel and Pearle Carlton.)

 

CARLTON Emma (MITCHELL  jm) 20 Nov 1891-18 Mar 1976

                (per Emma’s obit, b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. hosp, McLeansboro, res. of Macedonia at time of death  jm) (d/o Frank MITCHELL & Mary BURGESS   jm)

                (SH:  wife of Lewis Carlton.)

 

CARLTON, E(nos) M.  1857-1915

(h/o Margeretta (BOSWELL) CARLTON) (Enos M. CARLTON s/o Richard Cornelius CARLTON & Rhoda Ann BOLEN) 

 

CARLTON, Enos 24 Mar 1876  1y 1m

                (s/o J(ohn) E. & M(artha) CARLTON )

 

CARLTON, Fannie   9 Nov 1858-11 Mar 1951   92y 4m 2d

                (SH:  Frances Louisa Johnson (1858-1951) was the wife of Cornelius Neal Burton Carlton (1853-1894).  Frances Louisa (“Fannie”)

 was the daughter of Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson and Enoch Sanford Johnson.  Elizabeth Jane was the daughter of Christopher

 Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Enoch was the son of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  Robert Henry Johnson was the son of William and Nancy Morgan Johnson.  Both of

these Johnson families came from Greene County, TN.  The Robert Henry family came to IL in the mid-1840’s.  The Zopher

family came later in 1853/54.  Although several intermarriages occurred between these two Johnson families, we have not yet

been able to substantiate a blood relationship in their pre-TN roots, although it is very likely.  Both of Fannie’s parents, Elizabeth

Jane (died 1882) and Enoch Sanford Johnson are buried here in unmarked graves.  After Cornelius died in 1894,  Fannie remarried to a man named Rogers.)

 

CARLTON,  Gussie  1 Dec 1889-27 Oct 1944

                (w/o Cary V. CARLTON)

CARLTON, Harrison  22 Apr 1862-7 Dec 1895   33y 7m 15d

 

CARLTON, Herman E..  29 Sep 1888-24 Jul 1909

                (s/o B.C. & Nancy D CARLTON) (d. Sat. night, bur. Sun. per obit)

 

CARLTON, Ira J. 11 Jun 1847-5 May 1895  47y 10m 24d

                (Ira Joseph CARLTON s/o Cornelius CARLTON & Minerva HAFFORD?   jm)

 

CARLTON, Ja___ M. (top part of stone gone) d 21 Oct 1859  14y

                (s/o  R. & R.A. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, John E.  1848-1923

                (h/o Telitha J. (HUNT) CARLTON)  (md Martha L. DIXON, who d. 1899 per note of death   jm) 

 

CARLTON, Julia Ann d 12 Oct 1861

                (d/o(Richard & Rhoda) CARLTON) (Born 30 Dec 1855, sister to Bird CARLTON.  MAK)

 

CARLTON, Lewis E.  23 Nov 1887- (24 Apr 1985)     

(h/o Emma (MITCHELL) CARLTON married 1 Jan 1911) Betty KINGTON adds that Lewis E. CARLTON, s/o William Vincent CARLTON & Mazella J. Van HORN d. 24 Apr 1985;  Emma MITCHELL (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. 24 Apr 1985 hosp. in McLeansboro, IL; res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death;  s/o William & Maye VANHORN CARLTON;  md Emma MITCHELL   per  Lewis’s obit   jm)

                (SH:  Teacher and rural mail carrier from 1912 to 1957.)

 

CARLTON Logan E.  (22 Nov) 1890-(18 Jun) 1940  

                (h/o Naomi CARLTON) (per Logan's obit -s/o Harrison CARLTON & Amanda ?  jm)

 

CARLTON Margeretta A. 1863-1937

                (w/o E(nos) CARLTON) (d/o James BOSWELL & Sarah CROSS  jm)

 

CARLTON, Martha L. 11 Oct 1856-28 Oct 1899

                (wife of J(ohn) E. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON,  Mazella J.  1858-1951

(w/o Wm V(inson) CARLTON) (Mazella J. (“Mae”  VANHORN, d/o Henry VANHORN & Mariah WELLS  jm)

 

CARLTON, Minerva,  (nee HAFFORD?) 28 Jun 1829-18 Feb 1888

                (w/o C. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, Minnie  3 Nov 1885-8 Dec 1894

(d/o  William Vinson CARLTON (1846-1914) & Mazella J. “Mae” VANHORN (1858-1951) md 3 June 1875 Franklin Co, IL   jm)

 

6  CARLTON, Mrs. John E

                (Leader, 2 Nov 1899: d. 18 Oct 1899; Macedonia Cem. (per note of death in Legacy of Kin (FELTY) Vol I pg 64, 1899-21- Is this Martha L. DIXON?  jm)

 

CARLTON, Nancy D. (BORDER)  22 Jan 1864-22 Mar 1889  25y 2m

                ( wife of B.C. CARLTON) ( d/o Joseph BORDER & Jemima Jenny JONES  jm)

 

CARLTON, Naomi  1892-1938

                (w/o Logan E. CARLTON)

 

CARLTON, Nora  7 Oct 1881-22 Sep 1882

(d/o William Vinson CARLTON (1846-1914) & Mazella J. “Mae” VANHORN (1858-1951) md 3 June 1875 Franklin Co, IL   jm) (d. 21 Sep 1882  1y 11m 16d per death record  jm)

 

CARLTON, Pearly M(ay)  3 May 1878-3 Sep 1961 (d. Benton, IL per her obit  jm)

(w/o Samuel CARLTON) (Pearl May KERN d/o Gettis Montgomery Berry Hill KERN & Nannie Lydia TURNER  - per obits of Samuel & Pearl    jm)

CARLTON, Rhoda A(nn)  (BOLEN)   d 10 Apr 1900  72y 10m 24d

( wife of R(ichard)  CARLTON) (d/o James BOLEN Sr. per Betty KINGTON  jm)(CARLTON, Aunt Rhoda: Leader, 19 Apr 1900: d. 16 Apr 1900, bur.  Macedonia - per note of death  jm)

 

CARLTON, Richard  (Montgomery Green)  15 Mar 1829-26 Jan 1873

                (s/o Thomas CARLTON per Betty KINGTON jm)

 

6  CARLTON, Ruby L. (CONNER), b. 27 Feb 1924 IL; d. 3 Mar 1980

(d. hosp. in Belleville, IL - res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death) (d/o Hobart CONNER & Ethel BEATY; md Don M. CARLTON, leaves husband, etc; bur.  Macedonia Cem. per obit of Ruby L.CARLTON   jm)

 

CARLTON, Samuel   2 Mar 1877-6 Apr 1961  (d. Benton, IL per his obit  jm)

                (h/o Pearly M(ay) (KERN) CARLTON) (s/o John E. CARLTON & Martha L. DIXON)

 

CARLTON, Telitha J.  1865-- (18 Feb) 1945

(w/o John E. CARLTON) (d/o  John T. HUNT (& Sarah E. FLANNIGAN?) d. 18 Feb 1945 per her 19 Feb 1945 obit  jm)

                (SH:  Dr. John T. Hunt was a doctor in Franklin County for many years.  As a young man, he served with Civil War troop

                IL 40th.  In later years, he wrote a wonderful memoir of his years with IL 40th.  Many names of soldiers and personal

                stories are recounted in his memoir, including that of the untimely deaths in 1862 of Christopher Cooper Johnson, his wife,

                Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson, and their infant son, Ellsworth.  Christopher and Kathryn were the parents of James A. Johnson

 

                and his brother Zopher A. Johnson.  Dr. John Hunt’s memoirs have been typed and posted on the internet by his great

granddaughter.  These memoirs can be found at website “Yesterdays of Hamilton County”.  Dr. John Hunt is buried at

nearby Antioch Cemetery according to his obituary, although he is not shown on the cemetery transcription.)

 

CARLTON, Wm. V(inson)  (2 Dec)1846-(24 May) 1914

(h/o Mazella J. CARLTON) (William Vinson CARLTON s/o Richard Cornelius CARLTON & Rhoda Ann BOLEN)    

                (SH:  Farmer who provided the land for the Accommodation School.  William’s wife, Mazella was daughter of Henry Van Horn. )

 

CARMEENS, (CREMEENS?)  Millard  29 Sep 1889-14 Oct 1891 

                2m 15d

 

6  CARNEY, George W.  d. 30 Dec 1878 

                34y 2m 26d   (per death record  jm)

                (SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE):  From the Franklin County Death Register:

                “George W. Carney, male, married, born IL, (born 1844) age 34 years 2 months 26 days. Died 30 Dec 1878 at 9:a.m. in Eastern

                Township.   Died of malarial taxermia, 3 months or more duration.  Buried Macedonia Cemetery, 31 Dec 1878, by

                Friends. Physician John S. Hunt, Macedonia, IL.”

 

Elizabeth Sims Carney, born about 1790 came with at least four of her sons to Franklin County, IL in 1840.  She was married to

John Carney “about the 1st day of  September 1810” (this date was stated in her 1845 Petition for Divorce.)  The actual marriage

 record gives their marriage date as  9-1-1807, Rockingham County, NC.  In 1822, Elizabeth and John Carney moved to Wilson

 County, TN.  In 1833, John deserted Elizabeth and their 7 children.  In 1840 Elizabeth came to Franklin County, IL.  In 1845, she

 filed for divorce.  She names only two of her 7 children who were minors at the time.  These two minors were (George)

 Washington Carney, age 18 (born 1827) and  Benjamin Carney, age 15 (born 1830).  We know with certainty that two of the other

 sons who came to Franklin County were Andrew Jackson  Carney (born 1824) and William Carney (born 1815.)  George W. Carney,

 who died in 1878 and is buried here is the son of Andrew Jackson Carney.

 

In the 1850 Franklin Co census is the family of “Jackson” (Andrew Jackson) Carney and wife, P. (Plina) A. (Clark) Carney:

George W. (Washington), age 5; M. (Minerva) A. (Adeline) age 4 and Catharine, age 1.  The mother, Plina Clark Carney died shortly after her last child, Jesse, was born in 1851.  After the mother’s death, the children were raised by relatives and neighbors.  In the 1860

Census, Minerva (Adeline) age 13 and brother Jesse age 9 are living with their uncle (George) Washington Carney.  The daughter,

Catharine, has died.  George W. was working as a “laborer” in the household of James S. Wackoff.  By the 1870 Census, George W.

 Carney (age 24, born 1846) is married with a wife, Elisabeth and two children, Sarah F. age 7 and William age 1.  (Per Franklin

County researcher, Judy Couey, she gives the wife of George Washington Carney as Sarah Sturgeon.)  They are two  households from

 George W.’s sister, Minerva Adeline who has married James A. Johnson.  By 1880, the young widow, Elisabeth Carney and her two

 children are living in the house hold of Jesse “Kearney”.

 

                 Adeline Carney Johnson is also buried at this cemetery as are several of the young children of brother,  Jesse S. “Kearney”  and his

 wife, Margaret Moss “Kearney”.  Jesse and Margaret “Kearney  are buried at Flint Cemetery in Belle Rive, Jefferson County, IL. 

It is unknown what became of George’s widow, Elisabeth, and their children, William and Sarah.  Refer to the “K” section for

those interred here under the spelling of “Kearney”.)

 

6  CHILDERS, James P. b. 20 June 1920 d. 16 June 1988

(s/o John C. & Luella Nanny CHILDERS; md Virginia BROCK, leaves wife, etc;  Macedonia Cem.   (per  James’ obit  jm) (b. Brandon, KY d. in hosp. In Evansville IN; res. At time of death, Macedonia, IL)

 

CLARK,  Adeline   11 Apr 1865-16 Nov 1942

                (CLARK, Adeline (PAGE) d. 16 Nov 1942, aged 73 yrs, home of dau. Mrs. Arlie SULLIVAN, at Macedonia, IL; bur.  Macedonia  per obit   jm)

 

CLARK, Cora Agnes  24 Jan 1895-23 Mar 1935

 

CLARK, Dorothy L.  1921-

                (w/o Paul E. CLARK)

 

CLARK, Ida  1889-19__  

(Jo Ann “Ida” KEARNEY b. 14 Nov 1889 IL, d. 26 June 1979 hosp. in Benton; res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death; d/o Leslie G. & Belle WILLIAMS KEARNEY; md Irvin M. CLARK, he d. 6 Oct 1976, per obit of   “Ida”   jm)       

                (SH:  Ida Kearney Clark was the daughter of Leslie G. Kearney.  Leslie was the son of William  Kearney (1832-1908) and Lucinda

Russell.  According to family history, after William’s 1st wife died, he and his four year old son, Leslie, road on horseback to IL to his

Uncle  (George) Washington Carney/Kearney’s home.  On 3-27-1862, William remarried to Sydney Robinson Sullivan.  Sydney died

twelve days after the birth of daughter, Martha May Kearney (b. 5-18-1877 d. 8-24-1877.)  Both mother and child are buried at this

cemetery.   Many members of this Kearney family are also buried at Liberty Cemetery.)

 

CLARK,  Irvin  1887-1976

                (h/o Jo Ann “Ida”( KEARNEY) CLARK  Married 1912)

                (SH:  Irgin died 10-5-1976.)

 

CLARK, Mary E.  14 Mar 1857-12 Dec 1927

 

CLARK, Ethel   27 Jan 1887-25 Jun 1908

 

CLARK,  Moses  Co. B 110th Ill. Inf.

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County Researcher, she gives Moses Civil War unit as 60th IL Infantry.)

 

CLARK, Paul E.  1906-1967 

Paul Earl CLARK  Ill Pfc  1972 SVC  Comd  Unit WW II (23 Mar 1906-16 Oct 1967) (d. 16 Oct 1967, aged 61y, in auto accident; res. of Colona, at time of death; md Dorothy HILL, leaves wife,  & son Gordon CLARK   per Paul’s obit  jm)

 

CLARK, Sanford E. 7 Oct 1926  Ill Pvt. 308 Rail Head  Supply Detach GMC

 

CLARK, William R.  12 Nov 1879-20 Feb 1881

                (s/o L.C. & M.A. CLARK)

 

CLICK, John C.  PFC  US Army WW I  11 Sep 1893-28 Oct 1975

                (b. Macedonia, IL, d. at Vets’ Hosp, Battle Creek, MI, at death was res. of Augusta, MI, formerly of Macedonia; s/o Joseph CLICK & Sarah BROOKS;  md Thelma CREMEENS, leaves wife etc. per obit of John CLICK  jm)

 

CLICK, Robert  4 Sep 1926-12 Dec 1926

 

CLICK, Sarah E.  1863-1903

 

CORVIN, J.M.  Co. F  136 Ill Inf.

                (as written, but Wes Garvin informs me that this is his great-great uncle, and it should read GARVIN, J(ames) M. Co F 136 Ill Inf   jm)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE: PER JC:  COZART, John A. 87th IL Infantry.

 

  UNMARKD GRAVE:   Infant child.

                (infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Omer CREEMENS. D. Wed. with pneumonia and whooping cough, burial at Macedonia Cem. Per note

                of death 24 March 1911.  jm)

 

CREEMENS, A (Albert) A (Andrew) `1847- (1 April 1913), age 65y 10m per probate. Jm)

                (h/o Fidelia Jane (WALLER) CREEMENS.  Son of Wesley Cremeens and Mary Nelson.  Jm)

 

UNMARKED GRAVE:  CREMEENS, Bird T. d. 21 Jan 1881

                68y 10 m – minister (from Franklin Co., IL death record.  Jm)

                (SH:  In the 1880 Census, a Sarilda Johnson, age 20, “adopted daughter” is living in his household.  Twenty years prior in the

                1860 Census, Sarilda is age 2 and is living in the household of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  The relationship of Sarilda to

                this Johnson family is as yet unknown.)

 

CREMEENS, Capt L.W. 

                Co. F  135th Ill. Inf  (no dates: is this s/o Rev. Bird CREMEENS & California S. ______? jm)

 

6  CREMEENS, Capt. L. W. 

(Co F 35th Ill Inf  (per book about Macedonia, 1991, by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)  Is this Lon  W. CREMEENS?  jm)

(SH: Per JC;  served with IL 40th Infantry.)

 

CREMEENS, C(harles) M(arion) 1871-1925   

                (h/o Nancy R. (HAYS) CREMEENS)  ( s/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER)

 

 

 

CREMEENS,

                Daughter of W. T. & M.J. CREMEENS

 

6  CREMEENS, Effie  d 3 Nov 1890 

                9y  (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)        

 

CREMEENS, Erman B.  died 10 Jan 1910  14y 11m 7d

                (s/o C(harles M(arion) & N(ancy)R. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Emarel V. D. (?)   d 17 Sep 1865 (stone broken, flat on ground)

 

CREMEENS, Annie C. 12 Jan 1861-9 Jul 1863

                (d/o Capt. L.W. & M.T. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Delta  6 Sep 1899  8y 4m 1d

                (d/o  C.N. & N.B. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Eva  29 Aug 1878-28 Oct 1890

                (d/o  Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Fidelia  1849-1921

(w/o A(lbert) A(ndrew) CREMEENS) (Fidelia Jane WALLER d/o Uriah WALLER & Lucinda HEARD  jm)

                               

CREMEENS, Goerge (sic) L.  16 Jun 1866-4 Mar 1889

                (s/o Capt. L.W. & M.T. CREMEENS)

 

6  CREMEENS, J(incy) A(nn)  d 8 Feb 1894 

                58y  ( per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

                (SH:  Jincy Ann Drew Benton, wife of Anderson J. Cremeens.)

 

CREMEENS, John D.  1 Mar 1875-20 Sep 1952

                (h/o Virgie L. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Lon L. 15 Mar 1876-19 Oct 1890 (age 14y per d. record)

                (s/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Mack 20 Jan 1902  1y 10m 22d

                (s/o C(harles M(arion) & N(ancy)R. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Margery M. 18 Dec 1882-5 Feb 1899

                (d/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Millard T. 2 Aug 1887   1y

                (s/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Minnie S.  25 Aug 1869-16 Nov 1889

                (d/o Capt. L.W. & M.T. CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS,  Nancy R. 1876-1952

                (w/o C(harles) M(arion) CREMEENS) (d/o Thomas Lafayette HAYS & Emily Jane SWINEY  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Nora  1877-1925

                (w/o Omar CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS,  Omar  1877-1930

                (h/o Nora CREMEENS)   

 

CREMEENS, Pauline  28 Aug 1909   6y

                (d/o C(harles M(arion) & N(ancy)R. CREMEENS.  Per death record date of death is 3-27-1909.  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Roland H. 1 Jan 1881-17 Jun 1888

                (s/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, Virgie L. 18 Jun 1862-15 Aug 1933

                (w/o John D CREMEENS)

 

CREMEENS, Wesley B.  d 3 Jul 1856   35y

                (SH:  THIS 1856 DATE OF DEATH IS THE  EARLIEST DATE LISTED IN THE TRANSCRIPTION,

                ALTHOUGH IT IS KNOWN THERE ARE UNMARKED GRAVES IN THIS CEMETERY.)              

   

CREMEENS, William L  7 Sep 1890-10 Jul 1891

                (s/o Albert Andrew CREMEENS & Fidelia Jane WALLER  jm)

 

CREMEENS, W.T.  Co A  40 Ill  Inf

                (SH:  Born VA, came to IL in 1858.  Physician.)

 

CULLINS, Mabel       Mother     1887-1911

 

CULLINS, Sgt. Jno     Co. A 40th Ill. Inf.  

(listed as Sgt. Jno COLLINS in David GOSS’ 1991 book  jm) (Is this his wife?  jm) Legacy of Kin (FELTY) Vol I, pg 130 (1912-17A) CULLINS, Mary A. HUNGATE: Dahlgren Echo, 18 Apr 1912: b. 9 Feb 1822 Hamilton Co, IL; d. 12 Apr 1912, home of dau. in Dahlgren. Married John CULLINS; 7 children, 4 survive: William, Albert, Harriet, & Alice. Interred at Macedonia Cem.

 

CULLINS, Synthia G. 14 Feb 1854-25 Nov 1902

 

 

 

 

D

 

DALE, Hattie B(elle)  (29 Dec) 1888-(29 Feb)1952

(Hattie Belle CAMPBELL  b. 29 Dec 1887, near Macedonia, Hamilton Co, IL;  d. at hosp. in Cairo, IL; md Raymond DALE 10 Sep 1910; d/o W. Alec  CAMPBELL & Nancy Harriett PAGE  per Hattie’s  obit  jm)     

 

DALE,  Raymond   (24 Apr)1890-(18 Sep)1967

(Raymond DALE b. 24 Apr 1890 Hamilton Co, IL, d. 18 Sep 1967 hosp. in Benton, IL, s/o Christopher C. DALE & Rosie McKEE per Raymond’s obit  jm)

 

6  DAMBRELL, Waldo L., b. 19 Aug 1928 IL; d. 25 Nov 1987

(res. of St Louis, Mo; formerly of Macedonia, IL; s/o Barney & Freda DICKERSON DAMBRELL; md Adell E. “Becky” OGLE; leaves wife; interred Macedonia Cem.    (per  Waldo’s obit   jm)

 

DARE, Margaret J. d 7 Oct 1870   27y 11m 24d

                (w/o  S.W. DARE)

(SH:  Margaret J. (Jane) Johnson Dare.  Margaret Jane was the daughter of Hiram Johnson and his wife, Elizabeth “Jane” Johnson Johnson.  Elizabeth “Jane” was the daughter of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Jane is buried at this cemetery.  Hiram was the son of William Johnson of Greene County, TN.  Hiram is buried with his 2nd wife, Paralee, at Hebron Cemetery.  Margaret Jane married S. (Simeon) W. Dare on 9-16-1858.)

 

DARE, Sgt. S. W.   Co. F 56th Ill. Inf.

                (SH:  .  56th IL Infantry Mechanic Fusileers.  Husband of Margaret J. (Jane) Johnson)

 

DARNELL, (Flossie) Pearl  (25 Aug)1894-(14 Feb)1973 

(w/o Joe DARNELL) (Flossie Pearl HUTCHCRAFT  b. Franklin Co, IL, d. McLeansboro, IL; d/o John HUTCHCRAFT & Laura SIMMONS   per Pearl’s obit)

 

DARNELL, Ida M.  (30 Jul)1882-(3 Jan)1964

(Ida Mae (GWALTNEY) DEPOISTER DARNELL b. Saline Co, IL, d. hosp. in McLeansboro, IL; d/o Marion & Nancy BROWN GWALTNEY; md Mr. DEPOISTER; md Harrison DARNELL, leaves husband etc   - from Ida’s obit   jm)

 

 

 

DARNELL,  Joe  (14 Apr)1885-(abt. 9 Dec)1974

(Joe DARNELL b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. hosp. in McLeansboro, IL, funeral 12 Dec 1974, s/o Jasper DARNELL & Sarah DePEW  per Joe’s obit   jm) (Joseph DARNELL s/o Jasper Newton DARNELL & (?) Sarah Jane DEPEW; Jasper s/o General Andrew Jackson DARNELL & Mary Ann LAMPLEY; Sarah d/o George Allen DEPEW & Sydney Frances DARNELL;  Laura d/o William Mathew SIMMONS & Eliza SMITH; William s/o Travis SIMMONS --data from Trev WARD  jm)

 

DEPOISTER, Isabelle d 14 Jul 1886   13y 10m 14d (as typed)

(w/o  T.A. DEPOISTER) (This is Margaret Isabelle McCARTY b. 1867, d. 14 Jul 1886, d/o William M. McCARTY b. Ireland, & Katherine HARTY jm)

 

DEPOISTER, Wm.  1874-1968

                (SH:  Possibly son of William S. Depoister and Sarah J. Summers.)

 

DIAL, W. C.     Co D.  8th Ill. Cav.

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, the Civil War unit is 6th IL Cavalry.)

 

DIXON, Betty  28 Feb 1851-27 Nov 1920

 

DIXON, William  10 Apr 1847-20 May 1915

                (William DIXON may be s/o William DIXON & Menecia “Necy” ___?___   jm)

 

DREW, Della H.  1903-- 

                (w/o William C. DREW)      

 

DREW,  William C.  1899-1945

                (h/o Della H. DREW)

 

DUCKWORTH, Letha Ann  9 Jun 1881-20 May 1909

                (w/o R.H. DUCKWORTH)

 

DUCKWORTH, H(enry) M.  1868--  

                (h/o) Minnie L(oretta FISHER) DUCKWORTH)   

 

DUCKWORTH,  Minnie L(oretta FISHER) (18 Apr)1873-(20 Mar) 1922

(w/o Henry M. DUCKWORTH) (Minnie Loretta FISHER b. near Macedonia, IL; d. Mt Vernon, IL, md H.M. DUCKWORTH 28 Feb 1892, etc;  d/o W(illiam) A. FISHER & Mary C(atherine) JOHNSON - per Minnie’s obit -  jm)

 

DUCKWORTH, (Septema) America VISE  (DOLYRUS) 13 Mar 1832-8 May 1914

                (md Cary S. VISE bef. 1860; m. Govner DUCKWORTH bef. 1870; (d/o ?) jm)

 

 

 

 

E

 

EDWARDS, Bessie, (A.)  19 Jun 1883-7 Aug 1910

                (w/o Willard EDWARDS) (b. Hamilton Co, IL, (per obit d/o G(eorge) W. GASS & Mary SULLIVAN)

 

EDWARDS, Charles W. (6 May) 1878-(8 Feb) 1947

(per obit (Charles) Wilford (Willard?) EDWARDS, d. aged 68 yrs, res. of Northern Twp, Franklin Co, IL;  per obit of Charles W.  jm (s/o Leander L. “Lee” EDWARDS & Clara M. “Betsy” KERN  jm)

 

EUBANKS, Madge  1911-1965

 

F

FANN, Isaac  Co A  40 Ill Inf  (b. Abt. 1827  jm)

 

FAUN,  Benton L(awrence)  (16 Sep) 1844-(26 Sep 1930)                                                                                              (Benton F.  Co. D  6 Ill Cav (Benton FAUN/FAUGHN b. Pope Co, IL, d. Macedonia, IL at home of dau;     md Harriet CULLINS March 1864, interred Macedonia Cem, per  Benton’s obit- jm)

 

FAUN, Harriet D. (CULLINS) (4 Nov) 1846-(2 Apr  1937)  

(Harriet  b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. Macedonia, IL,  at home of dau; funeral at Macedonia M.E. Church;  md Benton FAUGHM 1864, a Civil War veteran; d/o John CULLINS & Mary A. HUNGATE per Harriet’s obit)

 

FISHER,  Ada C. 19 Aug 1858-17 Aug 1937

(w/o Marshall D. FISHER) (d. at Mankato, Kansas per her obit  jm) (Ada C. is d/o  Cary S. VISE & Septema America DOLYRIS  - per Marshall & Ada’s obits   jm)

 

FISHER, Ada H.

                (wife of James S. Vise, 1883-1966)

 

FISHER, A(lbert) M(arion)  1843-(30 Dec) 1913  

6  FISHER, Albert 30 Dec 1913

 (d. at the home of his dau. Mrs. John McKAY bur. at  Macedonia  Dec. 31st  per note of death  9 Jan 1914  jm)

 

FISHER, Alexander  died 10 Nov 1864   9y 1m 8d

 

FISHER,  Allie J.  14 Oct 1889-15 Jan 1972 

(w/o Pender W. FISHER) (d. Lawrenceville aged 82y, former res. of Macedonia, IL - per her  obit  jm) (d/o Alfred Douglas PHILLIPS & Nancy Elizabeth “Betty” LEE  jm) 

 

6  FISHER, Carmon (MILLER) b. 17 Dec 1921 d. 4 Jul 1978

(b. Macedonia, IL d. hosp. in Benton, res. of Macedonia, IL;  d/o Lon & Nora GIBBS MILER; md Rev. Glenn FISHER 2 Aug 1944 Nashville, leaves husband; Interred Macedonia Cem.  (per obit of Carmon MILLER FISHER   jm)

 

FISHER, Charlie T. died 25 Aug 1898  23y 7m 20d

                (s/o A.M. & P.C. FISHER)

                (SH:  husband of Pheba Caroline Johnson Fisher, see below).

 

FISHER, Cora L.  23 Sep 1877-16 Sep 1899

                (w/o  L.W. FISHER) (Lewis Walker FISHER md Cora Luticia GREENWOOD 10 Aug 1898 Franklin Co, IL  jm)

                (SH:  Cora is daughter of George Greenwood and first wife of Louis Fisher, see below.  Cora died 13 months after their marriage.)

 

FISHER, Cyrus (B.)  25 Sep 1811-29 Oct 1861

                 (h/o Sarah A(nn) (BROYLES) FISHER)  (d. 29 Oct 1864 per his probate record  jm)  

 

6  FISHER, Glen, b. 11 Jul 1924; d. 25 Oct 1982

(d. at McLeansboro, IL; s/o Pender FISHER & Allie PHILLIPS; md Carmon MILLER, deceased; bur. Macedonia Cem.  (per  obit of Glen FISHER  jm)

 

FISHER,  Hattie  (21 Aug) 1873-(9 Apr) 1952  (Picture on stone)

                (w/o Louis FISHER) (Harriet May “Hattie” CLARK d/o William T. CLARK & Irena R. WEBB   jm)

 

FISHER, John L(ewis)  (23 Jun) 1854-1908

                (s/o Cyrus B. FISHER & Sarah Ann BOYLES)

 

FISHER, Louis  (24 Sep) 1868-(9 Sep) 1948

                (h/o Hattie (CLARK) FISHER) (s/o Albert Marion FISHER & Phebe Caroline JOHNSON)  

                (Hattie Clark Fisher was Louis Fisher’s 2nd wife.  His first wife was Cora Greenwood.  Cora died 13 months after their

                marriage.  She is buried here.  See above.)

 

FISHER, Marshall D. 6 Aug 1862-**3 Jul 1907 (d.** 2 July 1907 per obit jm)

                (s/o Cyrus B. FISHER & Sarah Ann BOYLES)

 

FISHER,  Mary C(atherine)  (5 Mar) 1853-(17 Dec) 1917

(Mary Catherine JOHNSON d. at her home in Macedonia, IL; md W.A. FISHER 7 Jan 1872; leaves husband & 5 children; d/o John JOHNSON & Nancy (?)  per Mary’s obit   jm) 

 

FISHER, Pender W.  4 Feb 1886-4 Aug 1968

(h/o Allie J. (PHILLIPS) FISHER )(d. Lawrenceville, res. of Macedonia, per his obit, s/o William FISHER & (Mary) Catherine JOHNSON

 

FISHER, (Phebe)  Caroline (13 Feb)1847-(12 Feb) 1935   (per their obits   jm)

                (w/o A(lbert) M(arion FISHER)

                (SH:  Phebe Caroline Johnson Fisher was the daughter of Elizabeth “Jane” Johnson Johnson and Hiram Johnson.  Elizabeth “Jane”

                was the daughter of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Hiram was the son of William and Nancy Morgan Johnson of Greene Co.

 TN.  Mother, Elizabeth Jane Johnson, is buried at this cemetery.  Father, Hiram, MAY be buried with his 2nd wife, Paralee, at Hebron

Cemetery.  Refer to the “J” section for more information about this family.)

 

6  FISHER, Rev. Glen N.

                (b. 11 July 1924, d. 25 Oct 1982 - per  book about Macedonia, IL,  1991, by David GOSS    (data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL   jm)

 

FISHER,  Sarah A(nn) (BROYLES) died 6 May 1898  76y 4m 6d

                (w/o Cyrus (B) FISHER)

 

FISHER, W(illiam) A.  1846-1925  

                (h/o Mary C(atherine) (JOHNSON) FISHER) 

 

6  FOWLER, Bruce E. b. 4 July 1899 d. 13 apr 1988;

(s/o Samuel FOWLER & Sarah HOGAN; md Nellie JOHNSON 19 Feb. 1927 MO; leaves wife; bur. Macedonia Cem; (b. Jefferson Co, IL res. Of McLeansboro, IL at time of death)   (per Bruce’s obit   jm)

 

6  FOWLER, Nellie JOHNSON, b. 19 July 1898 d. 14 Aug 1991

(d/o Ed C. JOHNSON & Dora MEADOWS; md Bruce E. FOWLER Feb 1927 in MO; b. Macedonia IL; res. Of Mcleansboro, IL at time of death) Macedonia Cem  (per Nellie’s obit   jm)

                (SH:  Ed C. (Edgar Clarence) Johnson was the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson and his wife, Sarah Ann Boster,

                both of whom are buried at this cemetery.  Refer to Rev. Z. (Zopher) A. (Alexander) Johnson.)

 

FULLERTON,  30 Sep 1896-22 Feb 1907

                (d/o  A.B. & M.E. FULLERTON)

 

FULLERTON, Andrew  ("Andy") FATHER  19 Feb 1861-20 Aug 1911

(h/o Mary E. (CARLTON) FULLERTON) (s/o Robert FULLERTON & Sarah Ann               McCURDY/McCARDY? jm)

 

FULLERTON, Mary E. (CARLTON) MOTHER  16 May 1865-30 Oct 1939

(w/o Andrew FULLERTON) (probably d. at Paragould, Ark., where she had moved, per her obit  jm) (d/o Richard Montgomery Green  CARLTON & Rhoda Ann BOLEN - data from Betty KINGTON   jm)

 

FULLERTON, Pearley C.  4 Aug 1892-7 Dec 1892

                (d/o Andrew & Mary E. FULLERTON  jm)

 

 

 

G

 

6  GARVIN, James M

(Leader, 24 Jan 1901: aged 72 yrs; d. 21 Jan 1901, home in McLeansboro, IL; veteran of Civil War. interr. at Macedonia. (per obit    jm) poss. buried at Antioch Cem, Hamilton Co, IL instead (?)

 

GASS, Wilburn N.  Ill. Pfc.  Co B 28 Inf  WWI  17 Dec 1891-28 Sep 1963

                (May be s/o George W. GASS & Mary SULLIVAN (?)  jm)

                (SH:  He is not a  son of George W. Gass and Mary Sullivan, but he is probably a grandson.)            

 

GASS, David N(ewton)  30 Dec 1865-2 Jan 1944

(David Newton GASS d. at his home in Macedonia, IL. where he had lived for over 50 yrs; md Emma CLARK - per his 5 Jan 1944 obit  jm)

(SH:  Son of George W. Gass and Mary Sullivan Gass,  also buried at this cemetery.  For more information, see George W. Gass, below)

 

GASS, Emma   4 Jun 1868-17 Jan 1945

                (w/o David Newton GASS)

 

GASS,  George W.  1844-1931  (per obit  jm)

                Co. F.  135 Ill. Inf. (SH:  enlisted 5-13-1864.)  (h/o Mary (SULLIVAN) GASS)

(SH:  George W. (Wilburn) Gass born 2-23-1844; died 3-20-1931.  George W. came to the Macedonia area as a child in 1853/54 with

the family of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife Phebe Cooper Johnson .  The family came from Greene County, TN.  In the Greene Co,

TN 1850 census,  “George” (no surname), age 6,  is residing in the Zopher Johnson Jr. household. By the 1860 census of Knights

Prairie  Township, Hamilton County, IL, George is now age 16 and is identified as “George Guess (phonetic spelling of “Gass”) and is

still residing with Zopher Jr and Phebe.  His relationship to this family is as yet undetermined.  In some documents, George stated his

 mother’s surname as Johnson.  Yet, there has not been any marriage found in the Greene County, TN records between a Johnson

 and a Gass/”Guess” to substantiate this.  In his Civil War pension papers, George Gass described himself as “a poor orphan boy”.

George W. Gass had 2 sisters, Sal and Kate.  Sal is most probably the “Sarah” , age 4, who lived with the Zopher Johnson Jr family

in the 1850 Greene County, TN Census.  It is unknown if Sal/Sarah and Kate came to IL.)

 

GASS, Mary  (SULLIVAN)  1846-1916

                (w/o George W. GASS)     

 

GIBBS, Ruth M.  15 Feb 1910-1 May 1929

 

GIBBS, Anna (GOWDY)  (8 Aug)1870-(7 Mar)1957

( Anna GOWDY b. White Co, IL, d. at nursing home in McLeansboro, IL, d/o Robert & Isabelle GOWDY; md Sam GIBBS, d. 1952, etc, per Anna;s obit   jm)

 

GIBBS, S(amuel) M.   1866-(4 June) 1952 

(b 16 July 1968 Hamilton Co, IL, d. hosp, McLeansboro, IL; md Annie GOWDY, etc  per Samuel’s obit   jm) (s/o Nicholas GIBBS?)

 

GIBBS,  Ethel    (24 Nov)1889---(27 Nov 1987)

(Ethel CARLTON GIBBS b. Macedonia, d. at hosp. in Dyersburg, TN; res. at time of death of Newbern, TN; d/o John & Mrs. John CARLTON; md Everett E. GIBBS, deceased; Macedonia Cem. -  per Ethel’s obit  jm) (Married 27 Jul 1912)

 

GIBBS, Everett  (16? Apr)1891-(18 Oct 1973)

(h/o Ethel (CARLTON) GIBBS) (Betty KINGTON adds this: Everett E. GIBBS b. 1 Apr 1891-d. 18 Oct 1973  married Ethel Isabella CARLTON  b. 21 Oct 1896-d. 19 Aug 1991   jm )  (Everett’s obit gives b. 16 Apr 1891, died in hospital in Benton, IL, s/o Sam & Anna GOWDY GIBBS  jm)    

 

GIBBS, Newell M(illage)  28 Feb 1900-19 Mar 1922

                (GIBBS, Newell Millage: Times, 30 Mar 1922: b. 29 Feb 1900 Hamilton Co, IL; d. 19 Mar 1922; s/o S.M. & Anna (GOWDY) GIBBS. bur.  Macedonia Cem - per obit   jm)

 

6  GLASS, (first name unclear)

                Co B 110th Ill Inf  (per 1991 book by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

GLASS, Helen Vergie    1907-1955

 

GLASS, Jesse   1881-1951

                (SH:  Jesse James Glass, born 10-17-1891; died 11-11-1951.  Son of Margaret Adeline (Mag) Johnson and John Glass.  Mag and her

husband, John, along with another son, Clarence,  are buried at nearby Antioch Cemetery.  Mag was the daughter of James A. Johnson

 and Adeline Carney Johnson, both of whom are buried here.  James A. Johnson was the son of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn

 Kerbaugh Johnson who died in 1862 during the Civil War in Memphis, TN.  Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper

 Johnson.  Refer to the “J” section for more information on this Johnson family.)

 

GLASS, Madge  1900

                (Infant d/o Lon & Lizzie)

                (SH:  Lizzie Glass is Nancy Elizabeth “Lizzie” Johnson Glass.  Lizzie is the daughter of James A. Johnson and his

                wife, Minerva “Adeline” Johnson Carney, who are buried at this cemetery.  Lizzie Johnson Glass and her husband,

                Lonzo “Lon” Glass are buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, IL.)

               

GRADDY, Clint R.  15 Jan 1885-3 Dec 1915

 

GRADDY, Emma  1 Jan 1855--14 Dec 1899

                (per death record d. 1890, age 35y  jm) (w/o  G.W. GRADDY)

 

 

GRADDY, George W.  19 Sep 1854-26 Jan 1892

                (age 38y per death record  jm) 

 

GRADDY, Nora  22 Sep 1875-6 Jul 1959

                (wife of C.V. HAYS)

 

GRADDY, Suie M.  d 21 Feb 1901   18y 3m 9d

                (GRADDY, Miss Susie, aged 18 yrs; d. 21 Feb 1901, home in New Haven; bur.  Macedonia per obit  jm)

 

6  GRARVIS, J.M.  Co F 

                136 Ill Inf  ( per 1991 book by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

(SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:  PER JC:  GRAY, John. 15th IL Cavalry.)     

 

GULLIC, B(enjamin) Franklin  (2 Mar) 1878-(31 Dec) 1947  (per  obit  jm)

(h/o Emma E(lizabeth) (LEE) GULLIC)(Benjamin Franklin “Frank” GULLIC s/o Nicholas Right GULLIC & Mary Ann HEARD)

 

GULLIC, Bobby Gene  3 Jun 1932-22 Jan 1933

 

GULLIC, Emma E(lizabeth) (LEE)  (18 Oct)1878-(7 June) 1963     (per obit   jm)

(w/o B(enjamin) Franklin GULLIC) (Emma Elizabeth LEE  b. White Co, IL, d. at home of dau. In McLeansboro, IL) (d/o Andrew Jackson LEE & Mary FUNKHOUSER)   per Emma’s obit    jm)

 

GULLIC, Eva L(ena) wife  (12 Feb) 1881-(15 Feb) 1955

(w/o John H(arvey) GULLIC) (Eva d/o William A. FISHER & Mary Catherine JOHNSON per Eva Lena’s obit  

 

GULLIC,  Gilbert G.  26 Apr 1906-

                (s/o John Harvey GULLIC & Eva Lena FISHER  jm)

                    

GULLIC, Harold F.  21 Oct 1902---4 Mar 1919

 

GULLIC,  John H(arvey)  (27 Feb) 1871-(27 Nov) 1932 

(John Harvey b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. at home in McLeansboro, IL; s/o N(icholas) R(ight) GULLIC & Mary (Ann HEARD) md Miss Eva FISHER 1 Aug 1897; leaves mother of Benton;, etc -per John Harvey’s obit   jm)

 

GULLIC, Lillie   1876-1966

                (w/o Wm. P. GULLIC)

 

GULLIC, Mary A.  1898-1898

 

GULLIC, Mary Ann (HEARD  jm)  14 Dec 1849-20 Jan 1938

(called "Mammy" per her obit)  (d/o John H. HEARD & Nancy ?  ) Mary Ann b. near McLeansboro, IL; d. 21 Jan 1938, aged 89 yrs, at home of dau. Ella in Benton, IL; md B.F. GULLIC; per Mary Ann’s obit  jm)

 

GULLIC, N(icholas) R(ight)  14 Jun 1845---13 Mar 1909 (md Mary Ann 1 Nov 1866 per Mary Ann's obit)

GULLIC, N.R.   Co. A 87 Ill. Inf.(h/o Mary Ann (HEARD) GULLIC)(Nicholas Right) GULLIC served in Civil War, enlisted 13 Aug 1962, mustered out 16 June 1865; md Mary A. HEARD 1 Nov 1866 per Nicholas' obit  jm) 

 

GULLIC, Ora Jane (FANN) 3 Oct 1903-9 Dec 1955

(Ora Jane FANN b. 4 Oct 1903 Hamilton Co, IL, d. at home in Crown Point, Ind;  md Gilbert GULLIC 1924, leaves husband, etc; d/o Willis FANN & Laura (A.) GOIN - per Ora’s  obit   jm)  

 

GULLIC, Wm. P.   1886-1945

                (h/o Lillie GULLIC)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H

 

HAGEN, Adella VAUGHN  28 Feb 1907-

                (w/o Arthur Ankor HAGEN)   

                (SH:  Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen was the daughter of Plina Catherine (“Lina”) Johnson and her husband, John Vaughn.

                Lina Johnson Vaughn was the oldest daughter of Civil War soldier James A. Johnson and his wife, Minerva “Adeline”

                Carney Johnson.  The  Lina and John Vaughn family are buried at this cemetery.  See the “V” section.  Lina

                Johnson Vaughn had three sets of twins.  Of these six infants, only one survived,  Della Vaughn Hagen.  Della died about

1990.     She had no children. Della was a sweet and kind person, who was a “free spirit” long before it became acceptable.  The

entire Vaughn family is buried in the James A. Johnson family plot directly behind the Church.)

 

HAGEN, Arthur Ankor  22 Jul 1909-12 Jan 1975

                PFC US Army WW II   (h/o Adella (VAUGHN) HAGEN)

                (SH:  husband of Adella “Della” Vaughn)

 

HAMILTON, Thurman  (20 Apr)1887-(21 May) 1965 

(b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. at home in McLeansboro; s/o Lafayette & Fannie BROOKS HAMILTON; md Annabelle HARPER  per Thurman’s obit  jm)        

 

HAMILTON,  Annabelle  (HARPER)  (29 Nov) 1892-(29 Mar 1990)

(b. Heyworth (IL?), res. of Blooming(ton?) at time of death, formerly of McLeansbaoro, IL; d/o Noah HARPER &  Perninie “Dolly”; md Thurman HAMILTON, deceased ; Macedonia Cem. - per Annabelle’s obit   jm)

 

HAMILTON, Fanny B. (2 Feb)1865-1957 

(w/o Lafayette HAMILTON) (b. Hamilton Co, IL, funeral 2 Dec 1957;  d/o John W. BROOKS & Elizabeth (?) etc,    per Fannie’s obit   jm) 

 

HAMILTON,  Lafayette   1956-1933

                (h/o Fanny (BROOKS) HAMILTON) (s/o James Bailey HAMILTON & Nancy Harriet SIMS   jm)

 

HAMILTON, Rua  1907-1935

 

HANKINS, Clara 1877-1967 

                (w/o John C. HANKINS) (d/o Dr. John Henderson JOHNSON & Talitha C. SEXTON  jm)   

                (SH:  Clara Ester Johnson Hankins, born 5-2-1877; died 1-19-1967.  Clara was the daughter of  Dr. John Henderson Johnson 

and his  2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  Dr. John was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.

                Dr. John had six children by his first wife, Sarah Graham whom he married in Greene County, TN in 1850.  After

                her death he married Talitha Sexton.  With Talitha, Dr. John had seven children..  Both Dr. John H. Johnson and

his 2nd wife, Talitha,  are buried in this Cemetery.  It is probable that 1st wife, Sarah, is also buried here in an unmarked grave.)

 

HANKINS,  John C.  1865-1941

                ( s/o (?); Clara JOHNSON)

                (SH:  Husband of Clara Johnson Hankins.  See above.)

 

HANNAFORD, Martha Sandy

                (mother of John BOYLES, wife of John HANNAFORD  1814-1898)

      

HANNAFORD, John  2 Nov 1814-7 Nov 1889

                (h/o Martha Sandy HANNAFORD)

 

6  HANSON, Leatta (WINEMILLER) b. 30 Oct 1948 Macedonia, IL; d. 3 Feb 1981, hosp. in Peoria; res. of  Creve Coeur at death) (d/o Lewis W. WINEMILLER & Lydia EWALD;  md Charles HANSON; leaves husband; interred Macedonia Cem. (b. Macedonia, IL d. in hosp. In Peoria, res. At death   (per obit of Leatta   jm)

 

HARGROVE, Charles F.  4 Apr 1834-18 Aug 1895

                (Sam SMITH adds that he is s/o Charles HARGROVE and Dosia “Dicy” A. (L.) PALMER, and husband of Amelia Anne “Milly” PENDLEY   jm)

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, Charles was in the Civil War with a KY unit.)

 

HARROLLE, Myrtle (JOHNSON) (2 Aug)1878-(23 Nov)1964  

(w/o Fred HARROLLE) (Myrtle JOHNSON  b. Macedonia, IL, d. hosp. in Vandalia; d/o Zopher & Emma JOHNSON; leaves husband, etc   per Myrtle’ obit   jm)

                (SH:  Zopher Johnson is the son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his first wife, Sarah Graham Johnson.  Dr. John Henderson

 Johnson is the son of Zopher Johnson Jr. and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Both Zopher Johnson and his father, Dr. John

Henderson Johnson are buried at this cemetery.)

 

HATCHETT, Isaac  Co A 40th Ill Inf

                (Sam SMITH adds that he d. 6 Aug 1875  jm)

                (SH:  born 1838.  Husband of Melvina Randall.)

 

HATCHETT, Harvey  d. 20 Aug 1903

                (Franklin Co, IL marriage records: Harvey Willis HATCHETT to Lillie May AKIN 28 Dec 1896  jm)

                (SH:  Possibly the son of Charles W. Hatchett and Peggy (Margaret Ann) Summers.)

 

6  HATCHETT, Wm.  d. 18 Jun 1891

                23y - (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

                (SH:  Son of Isaac Hatchett and Melvina Randall.)

 

HAYS,  Blanch  d. 19 Mar 1893   3y 3m 13d

                (d/o C.V. & N. E. HAYS)

    

HAYS, Byford  1907-1919         Son

                (s/o Omer (or Oscar??)  L HAYS & Ella E JOHNSON  jm)

                (SH:  Ella E. Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  Dr. John was the son

                of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson. Byford’s parents and grandparents  are buried in this cemetery.)

 

HAYS, Calvin V.  27 Feb 1872-6 Nov 1903

    

HAYS, Charlie  29 Sep  (?)  1875   1y 5m 23d

 

HAYS, Ella  died 10 Jan 1875 3y  8m

                (d/o T(homas) L(afayette) & E(mily) J(ane) (SWINEY) HAYS)

 

HAYS, Ella E. (JOHNSON) b. 1884 d. 2 Jan 1962

(aged 77y d. Benton, IL; d/o John & Teliatha JOHNSON; md Oscar HAYS; bur. Macedonia Cem.(per obit  jm)

                (SH:  Ella Ethel Johnson, born 4-7-1884; died 2-22-1862.  Ella Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his

secnd wife, Talitha Sexton, both of whom are buried in this cemetery.    Dr. John Henderson was the son of

                Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Refer to the “J” section for more information on this Johnson family.)

 

HAYS, Emily J. SWINEY, his wife  9 Nov 1850-28 Aug 1932   (d/o?)

                (w/o Thomas L(afayette) HAYS)

 

HAYS, Ernie  d. 17 Sep 1898  3y 2m 27d

                (s/o C.V. & N. E. HAYS)

 

HAYS, Lowell  1918-1918         Infant son

                (s/o Omer L HAYS & Ella E JOHNSON  jm)

                (SH:  Ella E. Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton. All are

                buried at this cemetery)

 

HAYS, Omer L.  1882-1971   Father

                (h/o Ella E (JOHNSON) HAYS) (s/o T(homas) L(afayette) & E(mily) J(ane) (SWINEY) HAYS)

                (SH:  See previous entry for Ella E. Johnson, daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.)

 

HAYS, Solomon   died 21 Feb 1877  **23y 5m 2d

                (as written, but Barbara COLLIN corrects his age as **73y, not 23y - gravestone is eroded  jm)

 

HAYS, Thomas L(afayette)   31 Jul 1841-18 Mar 1923   (s/o?)

                (h/o Emily J. SWINEY)

                (SH:  died 2-12-1923.  Thomas was a Confederate Civil War soldier per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher.)

 

HUNGATE,    1899-1899

                (s/o Earl & Myrtle HUNGATE)

 

HUTCHCRAFT,  B & D  4 Aug 1892

(Infant of H. & M.E. HUTCHCRAFT) (Sam SMITH adds that this is a child of Harrison HUTCHCRAFT & Mary Etta JOHNSON   jm)

                (SH:  Mary Etta Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  All are

                buried at this cemetery.)

               

HUTCHCRAFT, Alexander  1 May 1851-11 Mar 1894

                (h/o Sarah J(ane) (BARBARY) HUTCHCRAFT) (another source says d. 3 March  jm)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Amos  (7 Feb) 1893-(24 Jul) 1961  (per obit  jm)

(h/o Rose (MILLER) HUTCHCRAFT) (d. hosp. in McLeansboro, IL,  per his obit  jm)  (s/o Harrison HUTCHCRAFT & Mary Etta JOHNSON)

(SH:  Mary Etta Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  All are

                buried at this cemetery.)

               

HUTCHCRAFT, Elbert   29 Mar 1895-9 Nov 1973

Ill. Pfc  U.S. Army  WWI (h/o Ruth (CARLTON) HUTCHCRAFT) (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. at home near Macedonia, IL; s/o Harrison HUTCHCRAFT & Mary (Etta) JOHNSON, wife Ruth survived him,  per Elbert’s obit   jm)

(SH:  Mary Etta Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  All are

                buried at this cemetery.)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Harrison  17 May 1838-13 May 1889 

                Private Co. H. 48 Ill. Vol. (h/o Melvina HUTCHCRAFT)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Harrison  1872-(14 May) 1947

(h/o Mary E(tta) JOHNSON) (Harrison HUTCHCRAFT d. at home near Macedonia, IL per Harrison’s obit  jm)  (s/o  Alexander “Alex” HUTCHCRAFT & Sarah Jane BARBARY)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Herman  19 Apr 1891-23 Sep 1935

 

6  HUTCHCRAFT, Isabel WHITTENBURG

Dahlgren Echo, 5 Jul 1917; b. 6 June 1872 Franklin Co, IL; d. 24 June 1917 at home near Dahlgren; dau. of  Wm. & Adeline WHITTENBURG. md Charles HUTCHCRAFT 1 Jan 1914; leaves husband, etc; interred at Macedonia, IL. per obit  jm)  (not listed in NTwp, FCI book - poss. buried at Antioch Cem, Hamilton Co, IL ?)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, James J.  1845-1894  

                (h/o Rachel HUTCHCRAFT)   

 

HUTCHCRAFT, James L.  father   24 Mar 1867-

                (h/o Lettie C. HUTCHCRAFT)

 

6  HUTCHCRAFT, John W(illiam),  b. 12 Sep 1859 d. 19 Nov 1938

(b. White Co, IL d. in auto accident, grandson Joe DARNELL was driving; s/o Harrison & Melvina HUTCHCRAFT; md Laura SIMMONS 1888, etc; bur.  Macedonia Cem - per obit  jm

 

HUTCHCRAFT Lettie C.   Mother  14 Jun 1870-22 Feb 1924

                (w/o James L. HUTCHCRAFT)

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Mary E(tta) (4 Apr) 1874-(15 Jan) 1968

(w/o Harrison HUTCHCRAFT ) (Mary Etta JOHNSON d. aged 93y, at hosp, Benton, IL per Mary Etta’s obit  jm )  d/o (Dr.)  J(ohn) H(enderson)  JOHNSON & Talitha (C.)  SEXTON  jm)

(SH:  Mary Etta Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton.  Both

 are buried at this cemetery.  Dr. John Henderson Johnson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr., and his wife,

Phebe Cooper Johnson.)

    

 

HUTCHCRAFT, Melvina  25 Jan 1838--   (nee TATE?)

                (w/o Harrison HUTCHCRAFT)

 

HUTCHCRAFT,  Rachel,  (TUBBS?) wife  1854-1902

                (w/o James J. HUTCHCRAFT)

 

HUTCHCRAFT Rose (MILLER  jm)  (3 Dec)1893-(10 Jun)1969 

(w/o Amos HUTCHCRAFT) (d. hosp in McLeansboro, IL, res. of Macedonia, IL,  d/o Daniel & Martha JOHNSON MILLER per her obit  jm)

 

HUTCHCRAFT,  Ruth  4 Apr 1901  (nee CARLTON  jm)

(b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. 20 Dec 1984 McLeansboro, IL; dau of John CARLTON & Telitha HUNT; md Elbert HUTCHCRAFT, deceased; bur.  Macedonia Cem.  per  Ruth’s obit   jm)

  

HUTCHCRAFT, Sarah J(ane) (BARBARY) 4 Feb 1851-25 Jun 1917

                (w/o Alexander HUTCHCRAFT)

 

6  HUTCHCRAFT, Wm. P.  d 12 Jul 1887 

                9y  ( from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

6  HUTCHCRAFT, Zella,

13 (?) yr old d/o Presley HUTCHCRAFT, d. at her home near Snowflake Aug 8th 1904;  bur at Macedonia Cem. (per obit  jm)

 

 

 

I

 

 

 

(SH:  INGRAM FAMILY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS FAMILY, PLEASE REFER TO WWW.CAROLYAR.COM, THE

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN INGRAM, BORN C. 1775.)

 

INGRAM, Auda Apoline  1915-1933

 

INGRAM,  Elizabeth O. 1870-1915 

(w/o Seth Philander INGRAM) (Elizabeth Olive “Lizzie” SHERRY d/o John SHERRY & Mary Emily                 PAGE; Seth & Elizabeth md  8 Jul 1891 Franklin Co, IL  jm)

 

SH: UNMARKED GRAVE:  PER JC:  INGRAM, Frank.  Civil War veteran, no unit number given.

 

6  INGRAM, Henry

Dahlgren Echo, 26 Aug 1915: aged about 35 years; d. 21 Aug 1915, killed by train in Benton, attempting to save his father  who was struck at same time. Interred at Macedonia Cem. (per obit   jm)

 

INGRAM, Loretta B.  1879-1948

 

6  INGRAM, Morgan

Dahlgren Echo, 26 Aug 1915: aged about 74 yrs; d. 21 Aug 1915, by train in Benton. bur.  at Macedonia. (per  obit   jm)

 

INGRAM,  Samantha,  d. 11 Mar 1900  88y 10m

                (w/o  T. J. INGRAM)

 

INGRAM, S(eth) Philander  (23 Mar)1848-(10 Sep) 1935

(h/o Elizabeth O (SHERRY) INGRAM)  ( s/o Seth INGRAM & Mary ROBERSON) (b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. at home of dau., Carlyle, IL per Seth's obit  jm)

                (SH:  First master of the Macedonia Masonic Lodge No. 1128, Chartered October 6, 1891.)

 

INGRAM, Theodore W. 23 Jan 1901-20 Nov 1966 

                Ill. Pvt. Co H 136 Inf  WWII

 

INGRAM, Theophilus J. (James)  

                Co E  87 Ill Inf.

                (Born 9-13-1841, Clark Co, IN.  Died 8-21-1915, age 75.  Struck by engine on C&EI RR.  Jm) 

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, the surname is spelled as Ingrham for his Civil War service.)

 

INGRAM, James Henry

                (died 8-21-1915, age 36.  Struck by engine on the C&EI RR attempting to save his father.  Jm)

 

INGRAM, Warren E.  1874-1946

 

INGRAM, William ____?   8 Oct 1872-25 Oct 1873

                (Son of   T.J. &  S.A. INGRAM)

 

J

 

JEWART, Ann Eliza, (nee CARLTON?  jm)  25 Jan 1829--12 Feb 1913  84y 17d

(wife of Robert JEWART) (Mrs. Eliza JEWETT, former res. of Franklin Co. d. at home of dau. Mrs. Britt COONS, of Dahlgren; bur. at Macedonia Cem., 84y 18d - leaves 1 son & 1 dau. - per obit 21 Feb 1913  jm)

 

JOHNSON, d 22 Mar 18_2  13 days

                ( Infant son of S.D. & R.J. JOHNSON)

 

JOHNSON, ____?____  (top part of stone missing) d 15 Jul 1867  1y 7m 3d

                (SH:  This child’s grave is by the John Kent Johnson family.)

 

JOHNSON, Adeline  1845-1934

(w/o James A. JOHNSON)   (Adeline died at home of dau. Mrs. Margaret HEDGER, at Benton, IL  10 Sep 1934  per obit - listed as Evaline. jm)

                (SH:  Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson, d/o Andrew Jackson (“Jack”) Carney and Plina Clark Carney.

                Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson’s tombstone gives her year of birth as 1845; Her death certificate, information given by her

                daughter, Margaret Johnson Glass Hedger, gives her year of birth as May 12, 1846.  Adeline’s obituary gives her date of birth as

                May 12, 1847.  In 1928 when Adeline applied for a Widow’s Pension, she states her date of birth as May 12, 1846, which  would

appear to be her correct birth date.  Adeline died on September 10, 1934.

 

The correct spelling of her surname is also open to interpretation.  Family records all spell the surname as “Carney”; yet her

Obituary gives the spelling as “Kearney”.  Her brother, George W. (Washington) who is buried at this cemetery uses the spelling

of “Carney”.  The brother, Jesse, who is buried at Flint Cemetery in Belle Rive uses the spelling of “Kearney”.  Several children

of Jesse who are buried here also use the “Kearney” spelling.

 

The family of “Jackson” (Andrew Jackson) Carney and wife, P. (Plina) A. (Adeline??) Carney are enumerated in the Franklin County

1850 Census:  George W., age 5; M. (Minerva) A. (Adeline) age 4 and Catharine, age 1.  The mother, Plina Clark Carney died shortly

 after the birth of her last child, Jesse, born in 1851.  After the mother’s death, the children were raised by relatives and neighbors.  In

 the 1860 Census, Minerva (Adeline) age 13 and brother Jesse age 9 are living with their uncle (George) Washington Carney.  The

 sister, Catharine, has died.  After living with her Uncle, Adeline was raised by “Aunt Rhoda” Carlton.   On March 31, 1864, in the

home of “Aunt Rhoda” Carlton, Minerva “Adeline” Carney married civil war soldier, James A. Johnson.  The minister was Hosea

Vise (who is buried at Antioch Cemetery). 

 

Eleven children were born to Adeline and James Johnson.  The names and dates of birth are taken from the claim for Civil War

 pension filed by James A. Johnson in 1915:

(1)     unnamed boy, born 1865 died 3 days after birth; (2) Plina, born 9-17-1866. Plina Johnson w/o John Vaughn is buried at this

Cemetery; (3) Elizabeth born 12-25-1868.  This is Nancy Elizabeth “Lizzy” w/o of Alonzo “Lon” Glass.  They are buried  at Oakwood Cemetery in Mt. Vernon;  (4) Sugorha Jan born 1871 and lived 3 months; (5) Margaret born 10-18-1873.  This is Margaret Adeline w/o of John Glass and after his death she remarried to a man named Hedger.  Margaret and her 1st husband, John Glass, are

buried at nearby Antioch Cemetery; (6) unnamed boy born 1-8-1874 who lived only 5 minutes; (7) Nora F. born 11-11-1877.  Nora

married Oscar Williams.  They are buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Mt. Vernon.  (8) Della born 4-11-1879.  Della married Paul Broyles, a long time state senator.  They are buried at Memorial Gardens in Mt. Vernon.  (9) Ella born 8-22-1883.  Ella married Wayne Osborne.  Ella died 2-18-1931 in Gary, IN.   (10) James Christopher born 5-6-1884.  “Chris” married Daisy Smith.  They are buried at Union Chapel Cemetery in Mt. Vernon.  (1)  Cora Bell Johnson born 11-22-1888.  Cora married George Noon Hall.  They are also buried at Union Chapel Cemetery in Mt. Vernon.   See listing of James A. Johnson for more information about this family.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOHNSON, Albert   20 Jan 1864   19y 1m 26d

                A recruit in 49th Ill  D at Camp Butler ;They served their country

                (SH:  This is Albert N. Johnson, born 1846 died 1-20-1864.  Albert died at Camp Butler in Springfield, IL during the Civil War.

                Rev. Dupree’s book “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County” gives his regiment as IL 13 Infantry.  Albert was the son of

                Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  Also buried here is Albert’s brother, Robert J., who also died during the Civil War.

                See listing for Robert J. JOHNSON.  See the listing for Robert Henry Johnson for more information on this family.

Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, the date of death is 1-20-1862.  She also has Albert serving with 13th IL Cavalry,

Rather than 49th IL.  It is possible he served in both.  However, I believe the 13th IL Cavalry was not mustered until 1864, so

given Albert’s death, whether in 1862 or  1864, it is more probable he was in the IL 49th.  It is also possible this is another

Albert Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Rev. Albert  1877-1956  

                (h/o Lavina JOHNSON.  Data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

                (SH:  Rev. Albert Johnson was the son of Zopher Alexander (Rev. Z. A.) Johnson and his wife, Sarah Ann

                Boster.  See below.  Zopher Alexander Johnson was the son of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.

Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  )

 

JOHNSON, C. Edd  2 May 1875-31 Aug 1937

                (h/o Dora MEADOWS) (Clarence Edward JOHNSON per his obit, s/o Zopher Alexander JOHNSON & Sarah Ann BOSTER  jm)

                (SH:  Zopher Alexander (Rev. Z. A.) Johnson and his wife, Sarah, are also buried at this cemetery.  Zopher Alexander

 Johnson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr. and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Charley  14 Nov 1877-13 Feb 1879

                (s/o M.D. & M.A. JOHNSON)

 

6  JOHNSON, Cloid 

                d 13 Jan 1891  2y 11m 5d  (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

                (SH:  It is possible little Cloid was an orphan.  His death notice says “buried by friends”.  His physician was Dr. John

Henderson Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Dora   11 Nov 1877-26 Jan 1967

(Per obit d. at home of dau. Dorothy in Springfield (IL?) and d/o (James) Lewis & Sarah (Theresa INGRAM) MEADOWS - married Ed JOHNSON)

                (SH:  See preceding entry for C. Edd (Clarence Edward) Johnson)

 

JOHNSON, David Kent  7 Feb 1967-29 May 1967

                (Per obit of David Kent JOHNSON, d. at hospital in St Louis, MO; s/o Mr. & Mrs. Loyd JOHNSON of Fairfield, leaves parents; grandparents , Mr. & Mrs. Virgil BRILEY of Macedonia & Mr. & Mrs. Wilford  JOHNSON of Macedonia; & foster grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Melvin MILLER of Lincoln per David’s obit.   jm)

               

JOHNSON, Elmer E(lsworth)   6 May 1882-30 Sep 1938

(h/o Jocie May HOUSE) (Elmer Elsworth JOHNSON  b. 7 May 1882 Macedonia, IL, d. at home near Macedonia; s/o (Zopher) Alexander JOHNSON & Sarah (Ann BOSTER)  per Elmer’s obit   jm)

                (SH:  Rev. Z. (Zopher) A. (Alexander) Johnson and his wife are also buried at this cemetery.  See next page for Rev. Z. A. Johnson

for additional information.)

 

SH:  UNMARKED: JOHNSON, Enoch Sanford  born July 1835; died 11-21-1914 and

                                      JOHNSON, Elizabeth Jane born 1841 died 1882

                (SH:  Enoch Sanford Johnson was the son of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  Enoch was a Trustee for the Macedonia

Methodist Church when the land was purchased on September 13, 1866.  For more information on this Johnson family, see the listing

                for Robert Henry Johnson.  Elizabeth Jane Johnson was the daughter of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.

                Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Enoch and Elizabeth Jane were married in Hamilton County

                on 8-18-1857.  Family sources state this couple are both buried here in unmarked graves.  Family sources state this couple

                had nine children, but only 2 lived to adulthood.  One of these children was Frances “Fannie” Louisa Johnson who married Cornelius

                Neal Burton Carlton.  Both “Fanny” and Cornelius CARLTON are buried here.  After Elizabeth’s death, Enoch remarried to

                Mary Ellen Edgington.  She is buried in West Salem, Mt Vernon, IL.

 

JOHNSON, Everett  15 Jan 1901--   

(h/o Floy Pa;uline (HOLT) JOHNSON) (Everett JOHNSON s/o Clarence Edward JOHNSON & Dora MEADOWS per data from Trev WARD  jm)

(SH:  Everett died 11-22-1996.  Everett’s father, Clarence Edward Johnson, was the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson and Sarah Ann Boster.  Everett’s parents and grandparents are buried at this cemetery.  See Rev. Z. A. Johnson, below, for additional information.)

 

JOHNSON,(Floy) Pauline  5 Aug 1901-(16 Aug 1987)

(Floy Pauline (HOLT) JOHNSON b. Metropolis,  d. Mt Vernon, IL; res. at death of McLeansboro, IL;  d/o William & Melissa AUSTIN HOLT; md Everett E. JOHNSON 7 Feb 1922, leaves husband, etc  - per Floy Pauline’s obit   jm)

 

JOHNSON, Guy  27 Feb 1909-21 Dec 1951

In memory of Guy JOHNSON beloved husband and father who was killed 21 Dec 1951 in the Orient Mine Explosion. (s/o Clarence Edward JOHNSON & Dora MEADOWS, md Norma RICE - data from Trev WARD  jm)

(SH:  Guy was the son of Clarence Edward Johnson, who was the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson and Sarah Ann Boster.  Guy’s parents and grandparents are buried at this cemetery.  See Rev. Z. A. Johnson, below, for additional information.)

 

JOHNSON, Haret  19 Feb 1854-19 Nov 1878

                (w/o M.D. JOHNSON) (may be Harriet A. CARLTON ? jm)

                (SH;  “Haret” (Harriett) was the wife of M. (Major) D. (David) Johnson.  See next page for more information.)

 

JOHNSON, Harriet E.  d 3 Sep 1878   10y 3m 21d

                (d/o R.H. & K. JOHNSON)

                (SH:  Harriet is the daughter of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  For more information on this family, see Robert

                Henry Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, James A.  1843-1927 (SH:  b. 1-7-1843; d. 10-21-1927)

                (h/o Adeline JOHNSON)  

                (SH:  James A. Johnson was born in Greene County, TN on 1-7-1843 (date of birth is taken from the information he gave

when applying for a Civil War pension in 1915.  He came to Hamilton County, IL in late 1853/1854 with his grandparents, Zopher

 and Phebe Cooper Johnson;  his parents Christopher Cooper Johnson and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson, and his siblings, Elizabeth

 Jane,  Zopher Alexander, and Phebe Adeline.  (Christopher’s land was purchased in December 1853.) 

Other family members who also came to Hamilton County were James’ Uncle, (Dr.) John Henderson Johnson and his young wife,

                Sarah Graham, and his Aunt, Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson, wife of Hiram Johnson.  Two more siblings would be born after

the family’s arrival in Hamilton County.  A sister, Sarah Ann was born in 1858 and a brother, Ellsworth was born about 1860.

 

James A. Johnson was a Civil war soldier enlisting with IL 40th Co A., on August 12, 1861.  James A. Johnson served with IL 40th

until his discharge in Atlanta in 1864.  He then enlisted with IL 49th Co. G on March 13, 1865.  He was mustered out on

September 9, 1865. James saw active combat and was injured at Shiloh and Mission Ridge.  At Shiloh, he was “left for dead” on

the battlefield.  At Mission Ridge, he was seriously wounded which resulted in a lifetime injury.  James A’s father, Christopher Cooper Johnson, also served with IL 40th Co. A, enlisting on August 16, 1861.  Christopher Cooper Johnson, his wife, Kathryn, and their infant son, Ellsworth, all died of disease at Memphis, TN in the Fall of 1862.  They are presumably buried at Memphis.

 

James A. Johnson returned home on leave and married Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson on March 31, 1864.  They had 11 children, eight of whom survived to adulthood.   (Refer to the listing for Adeline Johnson for the list of children.)  James A. Johnson, his wife,

                Adeline Carney Johnson, and their oldest child, Plina “Lina” Johnson VAUGHN are buried in the Johnson plot, directly

                behind the Church at this cemetery.  Also buried at this cemetery are James A.’s brother, Zopher Alexander Johnson and several

of his family members; James A.’s sister, Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson; his Uncle, Dr. John Henderson Johnson, and a host

of cousins, nieces and nephews.

 

 James A. Johnson was a farmer and blacksmith in Hamilton County,  He purchased the bell for the Church which is still there to this

 day.  In 1900,  James A. Johnson sold his land in Hamilton County and moved to Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, IL where he died at

his home on Old Salem Road on October 21, 1927.  The James A. Johnson family plot is directly behind the Church.  Sadly, his grave

marker gives no indication of his Civil War service.)    

 

JOHNSON, James M.  13 May 1837-11 Nov 1874  37y 5m 28d

                FLT emblem

                (SH:  James M. Johnson is the son of John Kent Johnson and Nancy Allison/Ellison.)

 

JOHNSON, Jane d 23 Sep 1862   44y 10m 27d

                (w/o Hiram G. JOHNSON)

                (SH:  (Elizabeth) Jane Johnson Johnson (born 1818) was the daughter of Zopher Johnson Jr. and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.

                She was sister of James A. Johnson and Zopher A. Johnson, both of whom are buried in this cemetery.  Jane married

Hiram Johnson (born 1816) in Greene County, IL on  9-4-1837.  Hiram was the son of William and Nancy Morgan Johnson, and the

brother of Robert Henry Johnson (see below for more about this family.)  After Jane’s death, Hiram remarried to Paralee Ware

 Proctor.  Paralee was first married to Harris Proctor. There is conflicting information on where Hiram is buried.  Some sources say he

is buried in an unmarked grave at Macedonia Cemetery.   Other sources say Hiram is buried at Hebron Cemetery with his second wife, Paralee, and their son, Anderson (born 1869).   Indeed, there is a tombstone at Hebron Cemetery for an H. G. Johnson and his

2nd family:  wife, “Jerusha” (??) Johnson (1833-1891), their son,  Anderson Johnson (1868-1889); and two of their daughters,

Lillie Johnson Dudley (1864-1902) and Emma C. Johnson Woolridge (b. 1867), possibly wife of David Woolridge (1869-1938). There are no dates on the tombstone for H. G. Johnson at Hebron.  Hiram died sometime after the 1870 census and before the 1880 census.)

 

JOHNSON, Dr. John H(enderson)  (30 Nov) 1829-(20 Jun) 1919  (per obit  jm)

(Dr. John Henderson JOHNSON b. Green Co, TN; d. at his home near Macedonia, IL per his obit; md 3 Oct 1850 to Sarah J. GRIMES - 6 children; Sarah d. 20 Jul 1869; md Telitha C. SEZTON (sic) 26 Dec 1869 -  (7 children) -  early life spent in TN, then to MO., then to IL; Methodist minister -  s/o Zopher JOHNSON Jr. & Phoebe (COOPER) Johnson;  (Phoebe’s maiden name per Virginia CUNNINGHAM)

                (SH:  The first wife of Dr. John Henderson Johnson was Sarah GRAHAM not Sarah Grimes.  They were married in Greene County,

TN on 10-30-1850. In late 1853/1854, they left Greene County, TN and came to Hamilton County, IL with several family members. 

 

Among those who settled in Hamilton or Franklin Counties, were Dr. John’s parents, Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson; his brother,

Christopher Cooper Johnson and his wife, Kathryn Kerbaugh, and their children; and his sister, Elizabeth “Jane” who had married

Hiram Johnson, and their family.  Dr. John’s brother, Christopher,  died in 1862 during the Civil War and is buried at Memphis, TN.  Dr. John’s sister, Jane, is buried here.  Numerous nieces and nephews are also buried here.

 

Dr. John had 6 children by his first wife, Sarah GRAHAM.  Sarah died on 7-30-1869.   On 12-26-1869, Dr. John

Henderson Johnson remarried to Talitha Sexton,  and they had 7 children.  The children with 1st wife, Sarah Graham are::

 

(1)     Zopher b. 9-1-1851 d. 3-27-1932.  Zopher is buried at this cemetery; (2) Christopher Columbus b. 9-10-1856 d. 6-17-1917;

‘3) William, b. 11-7-1852 d. 11-4-1858.  William is probably buried here since he died in childhood but there is no indication of

a grave marker.   (4) Nancy Ann b. 5-8-1859 d. 10-8-1897; (5) John Logan, b. 11-17-1861 d. 12-6-1862.  Again, John Logan who died as an infant must be buried here, but there is no grave marker; (6) Lizzie Jane b. 8-9-1865 (in MO) d. 10-4-1943. Lizzie married George A. Bradford and they are buried here.

 

                The children with 2nd wife Talitha Sexton are:

               

(7) Minnie Louise, b. 10-22-1870 d. 7-23-1962.  Minnie married John Sims.  They are buried at Antioch Cemetery.  (8) Winnie May

b. 2-8-1872 d. 12-24-1950.  Winnie married James Moore and they are buried here. (9) Mary Etta b. 4-4-1874 d. 1-15-1968.  Mara Etta married Harrison Hutchcraft and they are buried here; (10) Clara Ester b. 5-2-1877 d. 11-19-1967.  Clara Ester married John C. Hankins and they are buried here; (11) John Huggard b. 2-26-1880 d. 11-30-1922.  John Huggard is buried here.  (12) Ella Ethel b. 4-7-1884 d. 2-2-1962.  Ella Ethel married Omer L. Hays and they are buried here. (13) Ada Lenora b. 4-5-1882 d. 2-1-1915.  Ada Lenora married Joseph G. Williams and they are buried here.)

 

                Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton are both buried at this cemetery.  It would seem probable that

                Dr. John’s 1st wife, Sarah Graham Johnson, who died in 1869, would also be buried here; yet, there is no indication of a grave marker.

                It is most probable that Sarah is buried by her two young sons John Logan who died in 1862 and William who died in 1858, all in

unmarked graves.

 

Dr. John Henderson Johnson was a physician, minister, and served on the Board of Trustees for the Village of Macedonia in 1896.)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:   JOHNSON, John Huggard (or Haggard??)

                (SH:  John Huggard (or Haggard??)  Johnson was born 2-26-1880 and died 11-30-1922.  Per his obit, he was

                buried on December 1, 1922, and was 42 years 9 months and 4 days.  John was the son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd

 wife, Talitha Sexton, both of whom are buried at this cemetery.  Dr. John Henderson Johnson was the son of Zopher and Phebe

Cooper Johnson.  John Huggard Johnson’s  first wife was Gussie Barnett; his 2nd wife was Althea Sink; his 3rd wife was

                Ethel Jackson.  There is no indication that any of his wives are buried here.)

 

JOHNSON, John K.  28 Nov 1813-2 Sep 1892   78y 9m 3d

                (h/o Nancy (ELLISON?) JOHNSON)

                (SH:  There are three Johnson families who are all from Greene County, TN and are near the same age.  In addition to John K. (Kent)

there is Robert Henry (see below) and  Zopher Johnson, born 1790, and his sons Christopher, born 1821/22 and John Henderson born 1829.  All three of these families lived in close proximity to each other.  The Zopher Johnson family and the Robert Henry

family intermarried several times.  There is no known blood relationship among these three families that has thus far been

confirmed.  However, the close proximity of these families and their Tennessee roots makes for much confusion and speculation.)

 

JOHNSON, Joycie M(ay)  28 Aug 1890-1 Sep 1976

(Joycie May HOUSE d. at Methodist Home in Lawrencevile, IL, former res. of Macedonia; d/o James R. HOUSE & Nancy MORRIS; md Elmer (Elsworth) JOHNSON, deceased; md Clarence STANDERFER, deceased -  per Joycie’s obit  jm)

 

JOHNSON, Leon  1895-1977  (a flag marked this grave also. Probably veteran)

                (Leon H. JOHNSON 1895-1977, Pvt US Army WW I - per 1991 book about Macedonia, IL by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm) (s/o Zopher JOHNSON & Lydia Mary BENSON  md 21 Oct 1888 FCI  jm)

                (SH:  Leon was born 5-19-1895 and died 5-28-1977.  He was the son of Zopher (H.) Johnson, who  is the son of Dr. John Henderson

 Johnson and his first wife, Sarah Graham.  Both Zopher H. Johnson and Dr. John Henderson Johnson are buried here.)

 

JOHNSON, Lavina  1880-1961

                (wife of Revernd Albert Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Lou J.  1853-1926  

                (w/o M. David JOHNSON) (this may be Louisa J. “Lou” DAVIS  jm)

                (SH:  Louisa J. Davis Shipley, daughter of Nemiah Davis and Mary Sturman.  Louisa, age 12, (born 1858) is living in the 1870

 household of George W. Brady.)

 

JOHNSON, Lydia M(ary)  1856-1948

                (w/o Zopher JOHNSON) (Lydia Mary BENSON d/o Martin H. BENSON & Lucy Ann CHILDERS  jm)

                (SH:  Her husband is Zopher (H.) Johnson, son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham.)

 

JOHNSON, M. David  1851-1925  FLT emblem

                (SH:  This is M. (Major) David Johnson, son of John Kent Johnson and Nancy Allison/Ellison.)

 

JOHNSON, Marion E.  20 Jun 1862  1y 11m 22d

                (s/o S.T. & R.J. JOHNSON)

 

JOHNSON, Mollie, beloved wife and mother  1874-1948

 

6  KELLEY, Mrs. Sarah ----JOHNSON

Times, 23 Mar 1922: aged 84 yrs 5 mo., d. at home of her son, B.L. JOHNSON, Akin: she is mother of Oliver KELLEY, of McLeansboro, IL; interred Macedonia  (per obit   jm)

 

6  JOHNSON, Mrs. Saria

d. at her home near Macedonia   June 16, bur. in Macedonia Cem. the 17th  (per note of death, Ewing R.R. 2,   26 June 1914  jm)

 

JOHNSON, Nancy (ELLISON?)  11 Apr 1814-18 Nov 1887  73y 7m 4d

                (w/o John K. JOHNSON)

 

JOHNSON, Norma N.  30 Mar 1914-

                (w/o Guy JOHNSON)

 

JOHNSON, Paul  17 Nov 1902---19 Oct 1920

                (SH:  Paul is the son of Rev. Albert Johnson and Lovina Campbell.  Rev. Albert Johnson is the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson

                and Sarah Ann Boster.  Both Paul’s parents and grandparents are buried here.  Zopher Alexander Johnson was the son of

                Christopher Cooper Johnson and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Pender  25 Oct 1904-19 Feb 1934

(SH:  Pender is the son of Rev. Albert Johnson and Lovina Campbell.  Rev. Albert Johnson is the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson

                and Sarah Ann Boster.  Both Pender’s parents and grandparents are buried here.  Zopher Alexander Johnson was the son of

                Christopher Cooper Johnson and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Christopher was the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.

                Pender’s wife is Jewell Harrelson).

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:  JOHNSON, Robert Henry and his wife, Catherine Smith JOHNSON

                (SH:  Because of the prominence of this family in Macedonia, IL, a short synopsis is presented.  There are no gravestones for

                Robert Henry Johnson and his wife, Catherine Smith Johnson.  They are purported to be buried here based on information in

                Rev. Dupree’s book, “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County.”  Although it would very much seem unlikely that this prominent

                couple would be buried in unmarked graves, Rev. Dupree did utilize every source of printed information from Hamilton

                and Franklin Counties, as well as interviews with descendants, to compile his intensive history of the Johnson families.  Giving

                credence that Robert Henry and Catherine are indeed buried here is the fact that two of their sons, Robert J. (1843-1862) and

                Albert N. (1846-1864) who both died during civil war service, are buried here and have tombstones.

 

                Robert Henry Johnson, born 1812; died 2-19-1885.

Robert Henry  was the son of William and Nancy Morgan Johnson of Greene Co., TN.  Robert Henry came to

                Hamilton County during the mid-1840’s.  He was a farmer, merchant,  and Postmaster (1861-1864).  The town

                of Macedonia was created on 1-29-1858 from his land.  He was a prominent figure in the formation of  13th IL Cavalry.  Robert

                Henry’s brother, Hiram, also came to Hamilton County.  Hiram had married Elizabeth “Jane”, daughter of Zopher and Phebe

                Cooper Johnson, on 9-4-1837 in Greene County, TN.  All of these Johnson families lived in very close proximity to each other

                in Hamilton County.

 

                Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson had the following children:

(1)     Enoch, born 1836.  Enoch married the daughter, Elizabeth Jane, of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Enoch

and Elizabeth Jane are buried here in unmarked graves.  (2) Mary Ann, born 1837.  Mary Ann married Wm. VanCleave on 2-21-1856.  Mary Ann’s husband died on 10-14-1862.  Mary Ann’s father, Robert Henry, was appointed as guardian for the “orphaned” children in 1865.  On 2-18-1867, Mary Ann remarried to William B. Bolen.  There is a William B. Bolen (1846-1925) buried here with his wife, Cornelia.  I do not know if this is the same William B. Bolen who married Mary Ann.  There is no indication of a grave marker for Mary Ann Johnson VanCleave Bolen; however, her husband William VanCleave  does have a marker here (died 10-14-1862), as does her husband (?) William B. Bolen (died 5-5-1925).  One of Mary Ann’s children, Laura L. who died 10-20-1862, is also buried here with a marker.  Thus it would seem very likely that Mary Ann Johnson VanCleave Bolen is indeed buried here in an unmarked grave. (3) Samuel, born 1839.  Samuel married Rebecca Jane Fisher on 9-30-1859 in Franklin County.  He appears in

the 1860 Census, but by the 1870 Census, he is no longer in the area.  Samuel is named in his father’s obituary.  The obituary says Robert Henry died in Samuel’s home, “2 miles south of Mt. Vernon.” (4) Martha A. born 1841.  Martha married Wilson Thompson.  She is also listed in her father, Robert Henry’s,  1885 obituary. (5) Robert J., born 1843.  Robert was with IL 40th Co. A.  He died after the battle of Shiloh, on 7-1-1862, at Mason, TN.  He and his brother, Albert N., are buried here with a marker, “they served their country.” (6) Albert N., born 1846.  Albert died at Camp Butler (Springfield, IL) on 1-20-1864 while serving with IL 13th Infantry.  Note that his father, Robert Henry, was a principal founder of this civil war regiment.  Albert is buried here beside his brother, Robert J.  (7) Harriet E., born 11-13-1847.  Harriet died on 9-13-1858 and is buried here. (8) Falvius J. born 1849.  Rev. Dupree in his book

“Early Johnsons of Hamilton County” states that Flavius was married to Frances Boidin on 3-2-1867.  After their divorce, he

married Lizzie Beardon; then was married a 3rd time to Elizabeth J. Hunter on 2-5-1870 in Franklin County, IL.  Neither Flavius

nor any of his wives appear to buried here, yet we do know that he was still in Franklin County as late as 1870.  (9) Isabelle, born

1851.     Isabelle married B. J. W. Barnett on 10-10-1872.  Neither appear to be buried here.

 

Only two children, Martha A. Johnson Thompson and Samuel Johnson,  were named in Robert Henry’s obituary in 1885.  From

this, I would infer that 7 of Robert Henry’s 9 children, as well as his wife, Catherine Smith Johnson, had predeceased him.

Although there is no “official” record that Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson are buried here, I present this short

history of their family as a remembrance of this early pioneer family who contributed so much to the town of Macedonia.

 

JOHNSON, Robert J.  d. 7-1-1862 20 years 3 months

                (SH:  Robert is buried by his brother, Albert N. (1846-1864) who died at Camp Butler during the Civil War.  Robert died

                at “Musco Tom” fighting with IL 40th Co. A.  Per Rev. Dupree’s book, “Early Johnsons of Hamilton County”, Robert

                died following the battle of Shiloh at Mason, TN.  (The grave transcription of “Musco Tom” is probably a transcription

error due to the weathering of the inscription.)  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, Robert J. Johnson’s date of death is 7-1-1862.  Brothers, Robert J. and Albert N. were sons of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  For information about this family, see the above information on Robert Henry Johnson.)

 

JOHNSON, Ruth Ann  1933-1933

 

JOHNSON, Sherman Elmer,  @( Jan 1879-11 Oct 1888)

                (s/o S.T. & R.J. JOHNSON)

 

JOHNSON, Sidney Garfield  30 Jun 1881-26 Dec 1966   SON

( b. 1881, d. 26 Dec 1966 Ina, IL; s/o Alfred & Margaret KELLY JOHNSON; md Clara Etta SHARP, deceased; Interred Macedonia Cem. - per Sidney’s obit   jm)

 

JOHNSON, Talitha C. (SEXTON)  1843-(16 Apr) 1936   (per obit     jm)

                (SH:  Talitha Cuma Sexton, born 7-2-1843 in VA.  Died 4-15-1936.  Married Dr. John Henderson Johnson on 12-26-1869. 

Talitha was the second wife of Dr. John Henderson Johnson (see previous page).  Most of their seven children

                are also buried at this cemetery.  Refer to the commentary for Dr. John Henderson Johnson.)

 

6  JOHNSON, Wilford D. b. 12 Sep 1906

(b. Franklin Co, IL, d. hosp. in Benton, IL, funeral 25 Nov 1979 - res. of Macedonia at time of death; md Versa HALL 1 July 1935 in Troy, OH, leaves wife; interred Macedonia Cem.  (per obit of Wilford jm)

                (SH:  Wilford is the son of Clarence Edgar Johnson and Dora Meadows Johnson, both of whom are buried at this

                cemetery.  Clarence Edgar is the son of Zopher Alexander Johnson (Rev. Z. A. Johnson) and his wife, Sarah Ann Boster, also

buried at this cemetery.  Zopher A. Johnson is the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.)

 

 

JOHNSON, William R. 27 Aug 1848-22 Aug 1869

                (s/o J.K & N JOHNSON)

                (SH:  William is the son of John Kent Johnson and his wife, Nancy Allison/Ellison, both of whom are buried here.)

 

JOHNSON, Willie E.  5 Aug 1875-7 Aug 1881

                ( s/o M. D. & M.A. JOHNSON)

                (Willie is the son of Major David Johnson and his wife, both of whom are buried here.)

 

JOHNSON, Rev. Z.A.  22 Aug 1845-**4 Jan 1887

                (d. **4 Sep 1887 per Tribute of Respect in Legacy of Kin Vol 1 pg 33 (1887-21  jm)

                (SH:  Z. (Zopher) A. (Alexander) Johnson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr. and his wife, Phebe Cooper

                Johnson.  Zopher A. was born in Greene County, TN and came to Hamilton County, IL with

                his parents Christopher Cooper Johnson and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson, and his siblings, Elizabeth Jane,  James

A., and Phebe Adeline in late 1853 or early 1854 (father, Christopher’s land was purchased in December 1853.) 

Other family members who also came to Hamilton County were Christopher’s parents, Zopher Johnson Jr and his

 wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson; Zopher Jr’s other son (Dr.) John Henderson Johnson and his young wife,

                Sarah Graham, and Zopher Jr’s daughter, Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson, wife of Hiram Johnson.  Zopher A. Johnson was a

                Civil war soldier enlisting with the 13th IL Cavalry in 1864 and was mustered out on 8-31-1865.    Zopher A. married Sarah Ann

 Boster on  February 23, 1864. 

 

They had 12 children, but only 4 survived:  Riley Alexander born 1874; Clarence Edgar born 1875; Albert L. born 1877 and Elmer

 Elsworth born 1882.  All but Riley Alexander are buried at this cemetery.   Also buried at this cemetery are Zopher

 A.’s brother, James A.  Johnson and a sister, Elizabeth Jane Johnson Johnson.  Although there are no indications of grave markers,

it would seem to be a certainty that Zopher A.’s 8 children who died in childhood would be buried in this cemetery.  His wife,

Sarah Ann Boster is buried here in an unmarked grave.  Their descendants say a tree was planted as Sarah’s grave marker.  It would

seem logical to conclude the mother and children would be buried together. 

 

Rev. Z. (Zopher) A. (Alexander) Johnson is not to be confused with Zopher  (H.) Johnson, born 1851 died 1932, below.

Zopher A. was the son of Christopher Cooper Johnson.  Zopher (H.) Johnson was the son of Christopher’s  younger brother,

Dr. John Henderson Johnson, also buried at this cemetery.)

 

JOHNSON, Zopher  1851-1932 

                (h/o Lydia M(ary) (BENSON) JOHNSON) (s/o Dr. John Henderson JOHNSON & Sarah J. GRAHAM)

                (SH: Zopher (H.) Johnson, born 9-1-1851; died 3-27-1934.  Son of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his first wife,

                Sarah Graham.  Zopher’s first wife was Mary Emma Boswell.  With Mary, Zopher had two daughters, Nora and Myrtle.

                Zopher’s 2nd wife was Julia A. Brooks.  With Julia, Zopher had one son who died as an infant.  Zopher’s 3rd wife was

                Lydia Mary Benson Hargrove.  With Lydia, Zopher had 3 children:  Pernie Atlanta; Verla Mason and Leon Henderson.

                All of these last three children and Zopher’s 3rd wife, Lydia Mary, are buried at this cemetery.   

 

Zopher (H.) Johnson is not to be confused with Rev. Z. (Zopher) A. (Alexander) Johnson, above.  Zopher A.

                Johnson was the son of Christopher Cooper Johnson and his wife, Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Christopher was

                the brother to Dr. John Henderson Johnson.  Both Dr. John and Christopher were sons of Zopher Johnson Jr. and

                his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson.)

 

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KARNEY, William L.  d 8 Oct 1883  1y 10m 2d

                (s/o Jesse S. KEARNEY & Margaret Elizabeth MOSS  jm)

                (SH:  Jesse S. Kearney is the brother of George W. (Washington) Carney and Minerva “Adeline”

                Carney Johnson, both of whom are buried at this cemetery.  Jesse S. and his wife, Margaret, are buried at Flint

                Cemetery in Bell Reve, Jefferson County, IL.)

 

KEARNEY, Carroll 1892-1892

                (SH;  This child is possibly the son of Leslie Kearney and his wife, Bell Williams.  Descendants state this couple had

                12 children, two of whom are unknown.  Leslie was the son of William Kearney, whose 2nd wife, Sydney, is buried

here (see below.))

 

KEARNEY, Clford (sic),  22 Apr 1893-1 Aug 1896  3y 3m 13d

                (s/o Jesse S. KEARNEY & Margaret Elizabeth MOSS  jm)

                (SH:  Jesse S. Kearney is the brother of George W. (Washington) Carney and Minerva “Adeline”

                Carney Johnson, both of whom are buried at this cemetery.  Jesse S. and his wife, Margaret, are buried at Flint

                Cemetery in Bell Reve, Jefferson County, IL.)

 

KEARNEY, Cora  27 Jun 1890-18 Jan 1891  6m 21d

                (d/o Jesse S. KEARNEY & Margaret Elizabeth MOSS  jm)

                (SH:  Jesse S. Kearney is the brother of George W. (Washington) Carney and Minerva “Adeline”

                Carney Johnson, both of whom are buried at this cemetery.  Jesse S. and his wife, Margaret, are buried at Flint

                Cemetery in Bell Reve, Jefferson County, IL.)

 

KEARNEY, Everett  1898-1898

                (SH;  This child is possibly the son of Leslie Kearney and his wife, Bell Williams.  Descendants state this couple had

                12 children, two of whom are unknown.  Leslie was the son of William Kearney, whose 2nd wife, Sydney, is buried

here (see below.))

 

KERNEY, Martha A.  died 21 Aug 1877  3m 3d

                (d/o Jas. KERNEY)

                (SH:  Martha May Kearney, born 5-18-1877; died 8-21 or 24- 1877.  Martha was the daughter William James Kearney and

                his 2nd wife, Sydney Robinson Sullivan (see below.)

 

KERNEY, Sydney  died 30 May 1877  37y 9m 17d

( wife of W(illiam) J(ames) KERNEY) (b 13 Aug 1839, d/o Garrett ROBERSON & Elizabeth PLASTERS  data from Jean BUNTIN CHAMNESS  jm)

                (SH:  Sydney Robinson Sullivan Kearney married William Kearney on 3-27-1862.  She was William’s 2nd wife.  Sydney had

                previously married John Sullivan on 7-30-1857 and after his death, remarried to William Kearney on 3-27-1862.  William was

also a widower who had come from KY to live near his uncle George Washington Carney, son of Elizabeth  Sims and John

Carney.  Sydney died 12 days after daughter, Martha May, was born.  After Sydney’s death, William married a 3rd time to

Emily A. Handcock Harmon on 3-15-1878.)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:  KEARNEY/CARNEY, Villa

                SH:  Villa Carney d. 7-26-1899, age 17 (born 1882).  Villa Carney was the daughter of Jesse “Kearney” and his wife,

                Margaret Moss.   Jesse “Carney” married Margaret Moss in 1872, and the surname was spelled as “Carney”.  Villa’s  1899 obituary

also spells the surname as Carney.  When her sister, Harriett,  died in 1927, her name was spelled as Harriett Kearney (Parkhurst).

It would seem that sometime between 1899 and 1927, the family surname was changed from the spelling of “Carney” to that of

Kearney”.  Father, Jesse died on 5-15-1928.  He and his wife, Margaret, are buried at Flint Cemetery in Belle Rive.)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:  KEARNEY, William L. d. 10-8-1883

                (SH:  William L. died 10-8-1883, age  1 year, 10 months and 2 days.  He was the son of Jesse S. Kearney and Margaret Moss.

                Jesse S. Kearney is the brother of George W. (Washington) Carney and Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson, both of whom are buried

 at this cemetery.  Jesse S. and his wife, Margaret, are buried at Flint Cemetery in Bell Reve, Jefferson County, IL.)

 

KEIGLEY, Kenneth F.  9 Apr 1923-27 May 1969

                 Ill. Sgt. 427 Night FTR  Sq. AAF  WWII

 

KEIGLEY, Ted M.   son  7 Apr 1949-17 Oct 1960

 

KELLEY, Maggie   Died 25 Feb 1927

                (a 2nd wife of  Theodore?  jm)   

 

KELLEY,  Nancy Ann (JOHNSON)  8 May 1859-8 Oct 1897

                (Theodore Douglas KELLEY) (d/o Dr. John Henderson JOHNSON & Sarah J. GRAHAM  jm)

                (SH:  Nancy Ann Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his first wife, Sarah J. Graham.

.Dr. John Henderson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson. 

Dr. John and his 2nd wife, Talitha, are buried at this Cemetery.)

 

KELLEY, T(heodore) Douglas  28 May 1857-27 Jan 1933

                (h/o Nancy Ann JOHNSON) KELLEY) (s/o Oliver Perry KELLEY & Ellen SIMS jm)

                 

KELLEY, Willard H., son, 30 Apr 1895-14  Mar 1908

                (s/o Theodore Douglas KELLEY& Nancy Ann JOHNSON jm)

                (SH:  Nancy Ann Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham.)

                 

KIRKPATRICK, Rose  15 Jan 1917-26 Sep 1918

                (d/o  R.E. & Grace KIRKPATRICK)

 

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LASLEY, Thomas J. 19 Sep 1866-20 Oct 1896  30y 1m 1d (Masonic emb.)

 

LEE,  Andrew J(ackson)  (abt. 7 Jul ?) 1842-1926

Co. K. 87 Ill. MTD Inft (b. White Co, IL; veteran of Civil War Co K, 87th IL. Mtd. Inf; md Mary FUNKHOUSER 1867 (24 Apr White Co. IL mg records); 11 children etc; funeral at Macedonia Baptist Church - per Andrew Jackson’s obit    jm)

 

6  LEE, John A. b. 11 Nov 1895 d. 23 Feb 1973

( s/o Peter & Nancy FAUGHN LEE; md Tona MARQUIS; leaves wife, mother, etc   (- per  obit of John A. LEE  jm) (b. Hamilton Co, IL d. hosp. In Benton, res. Of Benton, IL)

 

LEE, Mary  1849-(18 June) 1932 (per obit - d/o?)   

                (w/o Andrew J(ackson) LEE)

 

LEE, Nancy (L. FAUGHN)  1878-(26 Jan per her obit, age 96y)1975  

                (d/o Benton Lawrence FAUGHN & Harriet D. CULLINS)

                (SH:  wife of Peter Lee.)

 

LEE, R. Odeill  17 Jun 1907-27 Sep 1910

                (d/o Peter & Nancy LEE)

 

LEE, Pete(r)  1876-(20 June)1966

(Peter LEE  d. hosp. in Benton, IL, age 89y; s/o Andrew Jackson LEE & Mary FAULKNER per Peter’s obit    jm)

                (SH:  Husband of Nancy Lee.)

 

LEWIS, R. Frank   20 Feb 1865-30 Apr 1948

(LEWIS, R. Frank b. Louisville, Ky; d. at home west of McLeansboro; moved to Hamilton Co, IL as a young child; md Anna WHITTENBERG, 1889, etc - per obit of Frank LEWIS  jm)

      

LEWIS,  Ann  28 Mar 1871--28 Mar 1939

                (w/o R. Frank LEWIS)

  

6  LEWIS, William Lora, b. 5 Dec 1892; d. 26 July 1965;

s/o Franklin & Anna WHITTENBURG LEWIS, etc, b.  Hamilton Co, IL d. home in McLeansboro, IL Interred Macedonia Cem. - per William’s obit   jm)

 

LOLLAR, Callie Ruth  14 Jul 1911-15 Jul 1911

                (d/o  Rev. E.L. & Callie LOLLAR)

 

LOWERY, Robert Wayne  1926-1945  

                U.S. Marine Corp  Died In Action Iwo Jima    

 

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6  MARQUIS, A.R. b. 14 Feb 1865; d. 24 Apr 1932

s/o Perry MARQUIS & Elizabeth Amanda E. COWENS; md Hannah PENELL 1891, etc - interred Macedonia (Macedonia Cem? Antioch Cem?)

                (per obit  jm)

 

6  MARTIN, Russell

little s/o Mr. & Mrs. Charlie MARTIN d. Wed. of diptheria & was bur. in Macedonia Cem.  (per 21 Oct 1910 note of death  jm)      

McCLARIN, Harmon A. 24 Mar 1884-11 May 1952    

(d. 4 May 1952, aged 67y, at hosp. in McLeansboro, IL; md Nellie SANDUSKY, etc per obit  jm)

 

McCLARIN, Nellie E.  10 Oct 1887-25 Feb 1976

(w/o Harmon N. McCLARIN) (b. Macedonia, IL, d. hosp. in Benton, IL, res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death;  d/o Scott SANDUSKY & Melissa Ann HATCHETT  per Nellie’s obit    jm)

 

 

McKAY, Everett E.  20 Dec 1886-16 Mar 1909

                (s/o  J(ohn) N(ewton) & L. J. McKAY)

 

McKAY, J(ohn) N(ewton)  24 Sep 1867-8 Nov 1931

                (h/o Louisa J (Eliza?) FISHER) (s/o Levendan N. McKAY & Martha J. TUCKER

      

McKAY, Louisa J. (Eliza?)  24 Sep 1858-30 Jun **1838 (no, **1938  jm)

                (h/o J(ohn) N(ewton) McKAY) (d/o Albert Marion FISHER & Phoebe Caroline JOHNSON   jm)

 

MCKEE, Robert B.  d 16 Jul 1901  32y 8m 3d

                (McKEE, R.B. : Leader, 10 Jan 1901: d. recently; drowned in Big Muddy River, while attending Jackson Co. Institute; Former editor of Thompsonville Tribune; Principal of Thompsonville schools last year; son-in-law of  S.H. BURNETT of Knights Prairie; married Mary BURNETT a few months ago. Interr. Macedonia. (per    Robert's obit  jm)

                (SH:  Master of Macedonia Masonic Lodge No. 1128 in 1899.)

 

MEADOWS, Anna 1884-(3 Mar) 1911

(w/o Hosea MEADOWS) ( d/o William Dannes/Daniel? SNOVER & Sarah Susan SMITH   jm) (d. at her home March 3rd of  pneumonia fever per her obit  jm)

 

MEADOWS, Clyde W.  9 Apr 1899-15 Sep 1975

                (s/o Hosea MEADOWS & Anna SNOVER  jm)

 

MEADOWS, Effie  (BORDERS) (20 Jul)1881-(2 Mar) 1967

(w/o John (Luther) MEADOWS) (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. at home of dau. near Macedonia, IL; d/o Martin (Luther) BORDER & Mary (Elizabeth) VANHORN per her obit jm)

 

MEADOWS, Etta  28 Jun 1875-14 May 1882  6y 10m 15d

                (d/o  J. L. & S.T. MEADOWS)

 

MEADOWS, Ettie

 

MEADOWS, Hosea  1868-1956  

                (h/o Anna MEADOWS) (s/o Moses Wilford MEADOWS & Eusebia/Euselia Caronine ORNS/ARMS)

 

MEADOWS, Italene  28 Mar 1909 (born)  

                (d/o Hosea MEADOWS & Anna SNOVER  jm)

 

MEADOWS, John (Luther) (13 Dec) 1868-(2 Oct) 1930    

(h/o Effie (BORDERS) MEADOWS) (s/o James Lewis MEADOWS & Nancy Jane CARLTON per his obit  jm)

 

MEADOWS, Mary A, 22 Jul 1870-2 Feb 1885

                (d/o  M.W. & C.C. MEADOWS)

 

MEADOWS, Mary A.  d 11 Jan 1862   18y 7m 26d

                (w/o  J.L. MEADOWS)

 

MEADOWS, Mary Susan  9 Aug 1872-16 Jul 1967

(w/o William Louis MEADOWS) (d/o Taylor RANDOLPH & Sarah WADE   jm)  per Williams’s obit  jm)

 

MEADOWS, Minnie  E. 5 Apr 1888-4 Aug 1894

 

MEADOWS, Nancy    (no dates)

(This is poss. Nancy CARTER, 1st wife  of  William Lewis MEADOWS, (1866-1947)  who died about 1892 (?) William Lewis MEADOWS  md next to Mary S. RANDOLPH - See Legacy of Kin (FELTY) Vol I  pg 533, 1947-145  jm)

 

MEADOWS, Nancy J.  14 Jan 1852-22 Nov 1872

                (Nancy Jane CARLTON md James Lewis MEADOWS 4 Mar 1868 FCI  jm)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE PER JC:  MEADOWS, Robert R. 110th IL Infantry.

 

MEADOWS, Sarah A.  10 Aug 1872-16 Sep 1872

                (d/o J.L. & N.J. MEADOWS)

 

MEADOWS, Wm. Louis  9 Oct 1866-30 Sep 1947

(William Louis MEADOWS b. Franklin Co, IL, d. at home of dau, Decatur, aged 81 yrs;  s/o Moses (Wilford) MEADOWS & (Eusebia/Euselia) Caroline ORNS (ARMS?)  - m/1 1886 FCI to Nancy  (M.) CARTER; m/2 1896 FCI to Mary ( Susan “Millie” ) RANDOLPH)

   

MILLER, Ada  1880-1958  

                (w/o William G. MILLER) (d. 30 Oct 1958 Macedonia, IL;d/o Lewis & Sarah MEADOWS  per her obit)

 

MILLER, Anna C.  1879-(3 Jun)1963  (per obit  jm)

(w/o John H MILLER) (d. age 84y, at her home in Springfield, IL;  d/o John CARLTON & ?    per Anna’s obit   jm)

 

MILLER, Daniel D(ennis)  1855-(2 Jul) 1921

(b. 20 Oct 1854 per obit; s/o Henry MILLER & Anna Eliza CARLTON) (md Martha S/B JOHNSON, d. 1902; md Martha Addie/Ala?  DARNELL 1904)  

 

MILLER, Dennis E.  1904-1925

 

MILLER, Goldie Marie  23 Sep 1906-4 Nov 1907

                (d/o J(ohn) H. & Annie MILLER)

                (SH:  daughter of John Henry Miller and Annie Carlton.)

 

MILLER, Flora   1884-1907

                (w/o Frank N. MILLER)

 

MILLER, Frank N. 1882-1911 

                (h/o Flora MILLER) 

 

MILLER, Gilbert Edward 12 Jul 1904-3 Sep 1905

                (s/o J.F. & Anna MILLER)

                (SH:  Son of John Henry Miller and Annie Carlton.)

 

MILLER, John H.  1877-1923   

                (h/o Anna (CARLTON) MILLER) (s/o Daniel Dennis MILLER & Martha S/B JOHNSON)     

                (SH:  John was born 5-27-1877 and died 10-17-1923.)

 

MILLER, Loma  1881-1914

 

MILLER,  Martha A(la). 1863-(19 Oct) 1946

                (w/o Daniel D(ennis) MILLER)  (d/o Jesse DARNELL & Malinda HARDY   jm)

 

MILLER, Martha S.10 Jan 1858-29 Jul 1902   46y 6m 19d

                (Martha S. (JOHNSON?), wife  of Daniel Dennis MILLER?  jm)

 

MILLER, Mollie (?)  23 Jan 1900-27 May 1900

                (d/o  J.H. & Annie MILLER)

                (SH:  Mollie is probably “Mattie”, daughter of John Henry Miller and Annie Carlton.)

6  MILLER, Mrs. Addie

widow of A.D. MILLER d. at her home near West Frankfort 19 Oct 1946, aged 88y, burial at Macedonia Cem.  (per Addie's 19 Oct 1946 obit  jm)

           

MILLER, Willie G.  1880-1967

                (h/o Ada (MEADOWS) MILLER) (William G. MILLER  b. Macedonia, IL area 1880, d. 7 Aug 1967 Benton, IL; s/o Daniel MILLER & Martha JOHNSON per his obit ; did William G. MILLER 1st wed Loma __?__ b. 1881, d. 1914, buried Macedonia Cem?   jm)

 

MINTON, Edith E.   d 24 Nov 1899   2m 3d

                (d/o  J. & O. MINTON)

 

MITCHELL, Eliza A.  1859-20 Feb 1884

 

MITCHELL, John W.  1844-1886

 

MITCHELL, Martha HAYES  1848-1895

 

MONNIE, (Boyer) b. 11-24-1889 d. 8-11-1952

 

(SH:  MOORE FAMILY.  For more information on this family refer to www.carolyar.com , Descendants of Jesse Allen More, 1802-1891)

 

MOORE, James M.  19 Jun 1867-28 Jun 1956

(James Madison MOORE b. IL, d. at home of dau. in Macedonia, IL md Winnie May JOHNSON 28 Apr 1892  etc;  s/o William C. MOORE & Ester E. INGRAM (GRAHAM?)  per James’ obit  jm)

 

MOORE, Leonard  (Ray) 23 Jun 1895-11 Feb 1972

(h/o (Ora) Ethel (NEAL) MOORE Married 10 Aug 1916 (at Cape Girardeau, MO. per Leonard’s obit  jm)) (Leonard Ray MOORE b. near Macedonia, Hamilton Co, IL, d. home in Macedonia -  s/o  James (Madison) MOORE 1867-1956 & (Winnie) May JOHNSON 1872-1950 per Leonard’s obit 

                (SH:  Winnie May Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton, both of whom are buried

                here.  See below for Winnie May Johnson Moore.)

 

MOORE, (Ora) Ethel  (NEAL) 7 Jan 1897-(20 Mar 1993)

                (w/o Leonard (Ray) MOORE) (Ora Ethel NEAL d/o Joabner “Joab” NEAL &  Julia Ann BEVIS  jm)

 

MOORE, W(innie) May (JOHNSON) 8 Feb 1872-24 Dec 1950

                (w/o James M. MOORE) (d/o Dr. John Henderson & Talitha C. SEXTON  jm)   

(SH:  Winnie May Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his second wife,

Talitha Sexton.  .Dr. John Henderson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson. 

Dr. John and his 2nd wife, Talitha, are buried at this Cemetery.)

 

MOORMAN, Nella B(laine)  (16 June) 1884-(22 June) 1936

                (d/o William S. MOSS & Martha Angeline FISHER; md John/Lon? E. MOORMAN 7 July 1901  jm)

 

MOSS,  Cora L. PAGE, his wife   26 Sep 1872-7 Jun 1955

                (w/o Robert M(arshall) MOSS) (d/o Noah Thomas PAGE & Sarah SHIRLEY  jm)

 

MOSS, Frank(lin) L(ove) 28 May 1861-25 Nov 1901

                (md Euphemia (Josephinia) SUMMERS, d/o Harriet IRVIN & Jasper SUMMERS; Euphemia b. near Akin, Franklin Co, IL 16 Aug 1868, d. 4 Jan 1939; md Frank Love MOSS  28 May 1883 per her 10 Jan 1939 obit  jm)

                (SH:  son of James C. and Mary J. Smith Moss.)

 

MOSS,  J.C.  10 Aug 1828-17 Aug 1911         JCM

(James C. MOSS md Mary J. (SMITH?) - James d. in Sept. per obit, 22 Sep 1911 issue -  d. Sun. night, buried Monday  jm)

 

MOSS, James H.  19 Aug 1885-25 Nov 1910

 

MOSS, ,James Henry  2 Mar 1872-3 Nov 1898

                (stone with last two names lying on ground)

 

MOSS, John H    2 Oct 1860-22 Jun 1931

                (SH:  in his obituary, he is survived by widow, unnamed.  John was the son of L. C. Moss.)

 

MOSS, L. C.  12 Feb 1833-23 Mar 1904  71y 1m 11d

                (SH:  Husband of Sarah.)

 

MOSS, Little Mabourn A.  5 Apr 1890-2 Sep 1890

                (s/o J.T. & E. H. MOSS)

 

MOSS, Martha  5 Mar 1863   6 days

                (d/o  J.C. & M. MOSS)

                (SH:  daughter of James C. and Mary Smith Moss)

 

MOSS, Martha A(ngeline)  23 Oct 1858-6 Nov 1920

(Martha (Angeline FISHER d. Macedonia, IL, burned to death raking leaves in yard; md William MOSS  etc,  per Martha’s obit  (d/o Cyrus B. FISHER & Sarah Ann BOYLES  jm)

 

MOSS, Mary J.  14 Jun 1832-20 Apr 1902

                (wife of J.C. MOSS)

                (SH:  Mary J. Smith)

 

MOSS, Nancy A. d 1 Oct 1868   69y 12d

                (d/o  Wm. C. MOSS)

 

MOSS, Robert M(arshall)  28 Jul 1865-2 Sep 1918  (per obit  jm)

                (h/o Cora L. (PAGE) MOSS) (s/o James C. MOSS & Mary J. SMITH)

 

MOSS, Sarah d 31 Aug 1889   10y 7m 27d

                (d/o  J.C. & M. MOSS)

                (SH:  daughter of James C. and Mary Smith Moss.)

 

MOSS, Sarah C.  21 Jul 1835-8 Nov 1890  55y 3m 12d

                (wife of L.C. MOSS) (may be Love(lace?) Carroll MOSS & wife Sarah C. STONE?  jm)

 

MOSS, Sarah E.  1861-1951

 

MOSS, Sarah H.  26 Dec 1895-19 Sep 1903

                (d/o  R(obert) M(arshall) & Cora (L. PAGE) MOSS)

 

MOSS, Sarah M. 20 Apr 180_--5 Dec 1892

 

6  MOSS, Uncle James

                d. Sun. night & was bur. at Macedonia Cem. Mon. (per note of death 22 Sep 1911  jm)

 

MOSS, Wm. E.  19 May 1855-17 Feb 1894

                 (stone with last two names lying on ground)

 

MOSS, Wm. S.  1 Oct 1854-4 Feb 1936

                (MOSS, William S. -wrote his own obit - b. Bledsoe Co. East Tenn;  came with parents to IL in 1865; md Martha F. FISHER 12 Apr 1874;  per obit  jm) (s/o Lovelace Carroll MOSS & Sarah C. STONE)

 

 

 

 

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SH:  NEAL,  Carl E.  d. 6-10-1988

                Died at home, age 78.  Husband of Delma Ruth Meadows.

 

SH:  NEAL, Delma Ruth Meadows  d. 11-13-1986

                Wife of Carl E. Neal.

 

SH:  NEAL, Don.  b. 12-8-1933  d. 6-17-1996

                Son of Carl and Ruth Meadows Fisher.  Husband of Shirley Johnson, d. Feb. 1973.  Husband of

                Marjorie Little Neal, survives.

                 

NEAL, Shirley Lou  10 Jul ** 1936-8 Feb 1973

  Beloved Mother  d/o Madison JOHNSON & Bertie HUNT) md Mr. KINNEAR; md Donald NEAL, leaves husband Donald, & parents; per obit, b. 10 Jul **1935 Hamilton Co, IL, DOA at hosp. in McLeansboro, IL   jm)

 

NEAL, Wanda (HAYS)  13 Aug 1911-29 Sep 1967

                (d/o Omer Lafayette HAYS & Ella E. JOHNSON; md Taylor A. NEAL  jm)

(SH:  Ella E. (Ethel)  Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his second wife,

Talitha Sexton.  .Dr. John Henderson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson. 

Dr. John and his 2nd wife, Talitha, are buried at this Cemetery.)

 

 

O

 

ORNTS, John F. 

Co. A.  40 Ill. Inf. (listed as John F. ORANTS in 1991 book by  David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

                (SH:  died 9-3-1922 per JC)

 

OTTERSON, James L. died 14 Oct 1912  54y 20d

                (s/o  J.W. & Margaret L. OTTERSON)

 

OTTERSON, John W.  29 Jan 1839-23 Jan 1924

       

OTTERSON,  Margaret I  19 Aug 1841-11 Oct 1924

                (w/o John W. OTTERSON)

 

OTTERSON, Mary Elizabeth  16 Jun 1883-15 Dec 1945

(w/o  Milas OTTERSON) ( d/o William Lewis DIXON & Mary Elizabeth “Betty” ROSE; Miles/Milas OTTERSON s/o James Amos OTTERSON & Margaret Julia Hasseltine SUMMERS  jm)

 

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PAGE,  Casa M..  28 Jan 1869-18 Nov 1887

                (d/o John M(ilton) PAGE &Malinda H(annah) SNEED)

 

PAGE David M.  8 Sep 1892-20 Mar 1952

                (h/o Emma R. (BOSTER) PAGE)

 

PAGE, Emma R.  26 Jul 1892-7 Oct 1968 

(w/o David M PAGE Married 11 Jul 1911) (b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. age 76y in hosp., McLeansboro, IL, d/o Thomas BOSTER & Clara ROSE per Emma’s obit    jm)

 

PAGE, Everett  1908-(7 Feb)1946  

(s/o Sanford Lester PAGE & Stella HALL md 11 Nov 1906 Hamilton Co, IL  jm) (Stella HALL PAGE  b. 1 Nov 1888 Hamilton Co, IL, d. 27 Sep 1966 hosp. in Eldorado, IL; d/o Charles & Amy HALL; md Lester PAGE, deceased - per  Stella’s obit   jm)

 

PAGE, John M(ilton)  12 Jan 1835-19 Sep 1897

                Co K. 110th Ill, Inf.

                (h/o Malinda H(annah) (SNEED) PAGE)

     

PAGE,  Malinda H(annah), (SNEED) 4 Apr 1842-15 Mar 1911

                (w/o John M(ilton) PAGE)

     

PAGE, (Sanford) Lester  1885-1949  

                (h/o Stella (HALL) PAGE)

 

PAGE,  Stella  (HALL)  1889-19__

                (w/o (Sanford Lester PAGE)

 

PARKER, J.W.

                (prob. James William PARKER & Nancy Jane BAIN   jm)

 

PARKER, Nancy  27 Jan 1902 (died)  57y 4m 26d

                (prob. James William PARKER & Nancy Jane BAIN   jm)

 

PERRY, Richard H.  27 Sep 1908-24 Sep 1976   

                FATHER

 

PERRY,  Effie M.  1880-1953

                (w/o Hosea PERRY)

 

 

PERRY, Hosea  1876-1954 

                (h/o Effie M. PERRY) (s/o Milton Carpenter PERRY & Parzada Jane “Zetty” DARNELL  jm)   

 

PHILLIPS, Etta Ann  (27 Dec) 1896-(23 Jun) 1934   

                (w/o Ralph PHILLIPS)( d/o George Daniel CAMPBELL & Mary Elizabeth VANHORN  jm)

 

PHILLIPS, Martha  1886-1963 

(w/o Orley F. PHILLIPS) (b. 27 Oct 1886, d. 12 March 1963 per her obit,  d/o David Ramsey II SULLIVAN & Cynthia Asineth/Asintha BOSTER)   

 

6  PHILLIPS, Martha (SULLIVAN) b. 27 Oct 1886 d. 12 Mar 1963

(d/o David SULLIVAN & Aseneth BOSTER; md Orley PHILLIPS (b. Hamilton Co, IL d. hosp. in McLeansboro, IL etc; interred Macedonia Cem.   (per Martha’s obit   jm)

 

PHILLIPS,  Orley F.  (25 Dec) 1881-(Feb) 1940   (per Orley’s obit  jm)

                (h/o Martha (BOSTER) PHILLIPS) ( s/o W. Carroll PHILLIPS & Elizabeth ?   jm)

 

6  PHILLIPS, Orley b. 25 Dec 1881

(b. south of Antioch, Hamilton Co, IL; s/o Carrol & Eliza PHILLIPS;  md Martha SULLIVAN  27 Oct 1904, leaves widow & 2 daus, etc;  bur.  Macedonia Cem.  per obit   jm)

 

PHILLIPS,  Ralph   1894-1960

                (h/o Etta Ann (PAYNE) (PHILLIPS) (s/o Andrew PHILLIPS & Samantha Jane “Mant” PAYNE)

 

PRATHER,  Nellie (BROOKS)   (7 Oct)1897-(26 Mar 1989)   

(w/o Sam F. PRATHER)  (b. Macedonia, IL; d. McLeansboro; res. of near Macedonia, IL at time of death;  d/o Joshua & Sarah Ellen GASS BROOKS  - per Nellie’s obit   jm)

 

PRATHER, Sam F. (30 Oct) 1892-(**21 May) 1964     

Ill. Pvt. Co K  58 Inf. WW I (s/o William & Julia MANSELL PRATHER; md Nellie BROOKS 2 Apr 1920 per  Sam’s obit  jm) (b. Franklin Co, IL, **d. 31 May  1964 hosp. in McLeansboro, IL per  Sam’s obit  jm)     (PRATHER, Sam F., 3 Oct 1892- **21 May 1964  Ill Pvt Co K Inf WW 2 - per David GOSS’ 1991 book about Macedonia, IL - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE:   PER JC:  PRICE, William    d. 7-27-1921   IL 40th

               

 

R

 

RANDOLPH, Dolly A.  6 Aug 1824-4  Jan 1894

 

6  RATCHETT, Isaac 

Co A 40th Ill Inf   (per  1991 book about Macedonia, IL, by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn  BLACKWELL   jm)

 

REED,  C____ B.  d 9 Apr 1891  17y 6m 1d

                (this per Virginia CUNNINGHAM,  is poss. Cornelius REED, s/o Rev. Thomas REED & Nancy JOHNSON HATLEY REED,

                b. 8 Oct 1873 - not verified, needs work  jm)

                (SH:  Nancy Johnson Hatley Reed is connected to the Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson family.  Nancy is either Zopher and

                Phebe’s neice, or she is their daughter.  Zopher’s brother, Joseph, married Phebe Cooper’s sister, Elizabeth, in 1816 in Greene

                County, TN.  After Nancy’s first husband, William Hatley (whose mother was Zopher Jr’s sister, Phebe Johnson Hatley!)

                deserted his wife and children in MO, Nancy brought her family to Hamilton County late in 1859 or early in 1860.  In the 1860

Hamilton County, Knights Prairie, census, she resides between Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson and Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  The preliminary conclusion at this time is that Nancy Johnson Hatley Reed is the neice of Zopher and Phebe

Cooper Johnson. )

 

REED, Harriet   d 19 Nov 1835  42y 1m

                (w/o  James REED)

                (SH:  This year of death, 1835, is incorrect.  (The cemetery transcription done in 1877 also has this 1835 date.)    I believe

 that the 1835 date is a transcription error due to the weathering of the marker, and the correct date is 1885. Harriet is the

daughter of James Kent Johnson and Nancy Allison/Ellison, both of whom are buried here.  Harriet Johnsonwas born in 1843 and

 married  James Reed in 1864.)

 

6  REED, Ora (WINEMILLER) b. 20 Jan 1904

(b. Hamilton Co, IL;  funeral 19 Sep 1985  res. of Macedonia, IL;  d/o Fred & Syvilla HUTCHCRAFT WINEMILLER; md Roy REED, leaves husband, etc; bur.  Macedonia Cem.   (per Ora’s obit   jm)

 

REED, Roy

(b. 3 Aug 1898 Akin, FCI,  d. 12 Aug 1991 Benton, FCI; s/o John Franklin REED & Ida Florence LAMPLEY) married 27 Jan 1922, Ora WINEMILLER, (b. 20 Jan 1904 Hamilton Co, IL, d. 18 Sep 1958 at home, Macedonia, IL) d/o Fred WINEMILLER & Savilla Rachel HUTCHCRAFT - all data from Carollyn BLACKWELL, & Roy REED's obit  jm)

 

RICHARDSON, Ermal I.   1915-

 

RICHARDSON, Evan D.  1919--              

 

ROGERS, Earl  (7 Feb)1899-(18 Jan)1919

                (per Earl’s obit, s/o Robert ROGERS & Frances “Fanny” (JOHNSON)  - leaves mother, etc  jm)

                (SH:  Frances “Fanny” Johnson is Frances Louisa, daughter of Enoch Johnson and his wife, Elizabeth Jane Johnson.  Enoch is the

                son of Robert Henry and Catherine Smith Johnson.  Elizabeth Jane is the daughter of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh

                Johnson.  Christopher is the son of Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  Frances Louisa “Fanny”, born 11-3-1858, first married

                Cornelius B. Carlton (1853-1894).  After his death, she remarried to Earl Rogers.  Fanny is buried by her first husband,

                Cornelius B. Carlton, in this cemetery.)

 

ROGERS, Ernie E.  26 May 1907-27 Jun 1966

(w/o William M. ROGERS) (b. Hamilton Co, IL, per her obit, d/o Orley PHILLIPS & Martha SULLIVAN jm)

 

ROGERS, William M.  13 Nov 1907-28 Nov 1962

(s/o William ROGERS & Elizabeth LOVIN  jm)   (William ROGERS d. hosp. in Benton, IL, res. at death of Macedonia, IL  per William’s obit  jm)

 

ROUNDTREE, J.R. 

                Co. F  25 Ill Inf.  (hard to read)

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, J. R. Roundtree died 7-28-1864.  His Civil War unit was IL 40 Co F.)

 

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SHAW, Clara M.  1 Jan 1886-29 Apr 1890

 

SHAW, J. F. 

C. C  15 Ill. Conv. (SHAW, J. F., Co C 16th Cav  (per 1991 book about Macedonia, IL,  by David GOSS  data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

                (SH:  Per Judy Couey, Franklin County researcher, this is John Tillman Shaw, died 1-9-1884, 15th IL Cavalry, Co. C.)

 

6  SHAW, John T.  d. 9 Jan 1884 

                51y 9m 11d (from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

SHAW, Nancy A., (RUSSELL)  17 Jan 1863-11 Jan 1915

                (w/o Thos. R. SHAW) (Masonic, Eastern Star and FLT emblems on stone)

 

SHAW, Thos. R.  11 Jul 1854-31 Jan 1929

                (md 17 May 1883 to Nancy A. RUSSELL per his obit jm) (d. of pneumonia - had 12 children, per his obit)

                (SH:  Master of Macedonia Masonic Lodge No. 1128 in 1915.)

 

SHIPLEY, Charles O.  d 18 Nov 1900  25y 10m 21d   

                “He died as he lived  A Christian.”

 

SHIRLEY, Charley  26 Jul 1873-26 Nov 1918

Pvt. Co F 9 Ill Inf. Span-Am War (h/o Maranda (Miranda) (SHAW) SHIRLEY)( s/o Moses SHIRLEY & Dicy Penina “Nina” BOYD)

 

SHIRLEY, Herman  1902-1918

                (s/o Charles & Miranda (SHAW) SHIRLEY  jm)

 

SHIRLEY, Maranda  (Miranda)  11 Mar 1872-11 Dec 1961

           (d/o John Tilman SHAW & Emeline HATCHETT  jm)

 

SHOCKLEY, Herman  23 Apr 1895-16 Sep 1896

                (s/o T.J. & M.F. SHOCKLEY)

 

6  SIMMONS, Travis (no gravestone)

(b. ca 1812 NC, d. ca 1872; (s/o John SIMMONS & Sarah ? )  married Mary PENDERGRASS in Bledsoe Co, TN; ( this data from Audrey; Travis’s daughter Matilda is Audrey’s husband’s grandmother; Matilda gave this data before her death, that Travis is buried in Macedonia Cem. Travis’s son was William Matthew SIMMONS, whose children married into the SIGHTS, PLASTERS, HUTCHCRAFT and other Hamilton Co, IL families  jm)

 

SIMS, Millard  1885-1967 

                (h/o Rada (LEE) SIMS)

                (SH:  born 9-3-1885; died 6-4-1967.  Son of Martin M. and Salina Barnett Sims.)

 

SIMS, Rada Lee  1889-1962

(w/o Millard SIMS) (d. 21 Sep 1962  hosp. in Decatur, IL, aged 73y; d/o Andrew & Mary FUNKHOUSER LEE,  per her  obit   jm)

 

SMITH, Addie  died 29 Jul 1902   1y 8m 20d

                (d/o Jacob & Mary SMITH)

 

SMITH, Delta M.  died 11 Apr 1906  3y 3d

                (d/o Jacob & Mary SMITH)

 

SMITH, Jacob  died **1 Dec 1905    56y 5m 29d           

                (d.** 4 Dec 1905 Etwp, Franklin Co, IL,  per probate record  jm)

 

6  SMITH, James  d   20 Jul 1890 

                59y  (from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

6  SMITH, Jane  d. 15 Apr 1891 

                24y 15d  (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

SMITH, Josephine  1858-1922

    

SMITH, Lillie M.  4  Oct 1878-7 Jul 1965

                (w/o Ophus Theodore SMITH)

 

SMITH, M.J.   13 Dec 1866-15 Jun 1891

                (w/o W. F. SMITH)

 

SMITH, Orphus T(heodore)  25 Sep 1872-20 Jun 1946

                (h/o Lillie M. SMITH) (s/o Daniel David SMITH & Parthena LOVE  jm)

 

6  SMITH, Oscar Homer  d 18 Feb 1890 

                7 m 5 d   (per Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

6  SMITH, Pansy ( WINEMILLER) b. 15 Dec 1912 d. 1 Apr 1931,

(age 19,b Macedonia, Hamilton Co, ILd.. Macedonia, Hamilton Co, IL;  (d/o Fred WINEMILLER & Savilla HUTCHCRAFT) married Hollas SMITH;  Pansy  buried in unmarked grave - data from Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

6  SMITH, Parthena  d 11 Jun 1890  37y    

(from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm) (Sam SMITH adds that Parthenia “Parthy” LOVE is 1st wife of Daniel SMITH; Daniel  later married Eliza J. KARNEY  jm)

 

SMITH, Sam

’l  Co. A  52nd Ky Inf (Sam SMITH adds this: Samuel SMITH b. 17 Sep 1841, d. 25 Jan 1874, s/o Bedford B. SMITH & Elizabeth TEETERS; Samuel SMITH married Martha Jane BLACK; Martha Jane BLACK was also married to William Lafayette “Faith” WARD, William ABBOT, and Jeremiah William JOHNSON; Samuel SMITH was earlier married to Julia Ann EMERY   jm)

 

 

6  STANLEY, Laura (SIMMONS) HUTCHCRAFT; b. 8 Mar 1869; d. 16 Sep 1938,

(b. near Macedonia d/o W. M. SIMMONS & Eliza SMITH; md J.W. HUTCHCRAFT 30 Dec 1888; 7 children; md P.R. STANLEY 20 Dec 1920, he survives; Interred Macedonia Cem.  ( per obit  jm -  not listed in original book - poss. bur. Antioch Cem, Hamilton Co, IL?)

 

STALEY, Mary E. 11 Jul 1926  

                (d/o Rev. & Mrs. Frank STALEY)

 

SULLIVAN, Arthur G. 4 Mar 1881-23 Jun 1954

                (h/o Naoma F(lorence) (WEATHERFORD) SULLIVAN)

 

SH:  SULLIVAN, Burl C.  b. 5-9-1900  d. 10-26-1980, age 80.)

 

SULLIVAN, Cordella J(ane) (24 Mar) 1866-(1 Sep) 1930  (per obit jm)

(Cordella Jane HAMILTON b. Hamilton Co, IL; d. at home, Macedonia, IL; md Henry SULLIVAN 1886;  d/o James Bailey HAMILTON & Nancy Harriet SIMS - per Cordella Jane’s obit)

 

SULLIVAN, Curtes (sic)  1 Jan 1892-10 Jan 1907 (?) (name scratched in concrete marker)

 

SULLIVAN, (Cynthia A___?____  14 Feb 1857-Mar 1923

                (w/o D.R. SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, D. R.?   (19 Aug) 1855-**1930  ? (no, **1920)  (Hard to read. Scratched in concrete.)

(David Ramsey II SULLIVAN (s/o David Ramsey SULLIVAN & Martha E. CAMPBELL) d. 18 Nov 1920 at home in Macedonia, IL, md Asintha BOSTER 6 June 1875  per  David’s obit; md Cynthia Asineth/Asintha BOSTER  jm)

 

SULLIVAN,  David R(amsey)  27 Jul 1817-8 Mar 1881

                (h/o Martha E. (CAMPBELL) SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, Evan W.  3 Jan 1896-24 Nov 1962

                (SULLIVAN, Evan W. 3 Jan 1896-24 Nov 1962  Nebraska Pvt. 105 Amma Train WW I - per 1991 book by David Goss about Macedonia, IL - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm) (Evan W. SULLIVAN probably s/o Robert Henry SULLIVAN & Cordelia Jane HAMILTON (?) jm)

 

SULLIVAN, Evan W.  

                Nebraska  Pvt 105 Amo Trani.  WWI

 

SULLIVAN, Freda  (4 Jan)1908-(22 Nov)1962   

(Freda DICKERSON DAMBRELL  SULLIVAN b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. at nursing home, Eldorado, IL; d/o J.A. & Margaret Ellen MAYBERRY DICKERSON; md Barney DAMBRELL; md Jerrel SULLIVAN 1930, leaves husband, etc    per  Freda’s obit   jm)   

 

SULLIVAN,  Genneta A(metta?)  (10 Mar) 1844-(29 Jan) 1922

(w/o Joel M. SULLIVAN) (d/o Nathaniel VISE & Keziah ?  - per Genneta’s  obit .

Times, 9 Feb 1922: b. 10 Mar 1844; d. 29 Jan 1922; d/o Nathaniel & Kiziah VICE; md Billy SHERRY Hamilton Co, IL 10 Apr 1862; 1 child d. infancy; md Joel SULLIVAN 1865; 6 children, etc; Funeral at M.E. Church, Macedonia  (buried there?) (per obit   jm)

 

SULLIVAN, Hattie J(ane) (CLARK)  (8 Mar)1889-(12 Feb)1972      

                (w/o Orley  SULLIVAN)

 

SH:  SULLIVAN, Hazel.   b. 2-26-1915    d.  1-10-1993.

                (d/o Harmon and Nellie Sandusky Mclarin.  Wife of Claude Sullivan.)

 

6  SULLIVAN, Henry S. d 13 Sep 1879 

                7d (per  Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

                (SH:  Infant son of John Wesley Sullivan and Mary Elizabeth Kearney.  Henry died 7 days old.  Both parents are buried here. 

Two more children also died and are probably buried here in unmarked graves.  These two children are Lewis, who died at age 14, and Carroll who died at 3 months.)

 

SULLIVAN, James L.  7 Sep 1889-17 Dec 1902

 

 

SULLIVAN,  J(errel)  D.  1902-1970

                (h/o Freda (DICKERSON) SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, Joel M. Co D 60 Ill Vol.  1844-(15 Nov) 1917 (Masonic and Oddfellows)

(h/o Genneta A(metta?) VISE) (s/o David Ramsey SULLIVAN & Martha E. CAMPBELL - per Joel's obit)

 

6  SULLIVAN, Joel M

Times 22 Nov 1917: aged 73 yrs 11 mo 10 da: d. 15 Nov 1917 at home near Macedonia; leaves wife, 5 children; Civil War veteran, 60 IL Inf. (Hamilton Co, IL mg. Record: Joel M. SULLIVAN = Mrs. Janette A. SHERRY, 16 June 1865)  (buried Macedonia Cem?   jm)   (per obit   jm)

 

6  SULLIVAN, Joel M.  1844-1917

                 Co O  60 Ill Vol  (per 1991 book by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

SULLIVAN, John W.  22 Jan 1858-29 Dec 1943   (picture on stone)

                (John W. SULLIVAN b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. aged 85y  d. at his home near the old Franklin Co. mine, 25 hours after death of his wife, Mary Elizabeth, aged 78; they were stricken by influenza a week ago; md 18 Aug 1878) (John W. SULLIVAN s/o David Ramsey SULLIVAN & Martha E. CAMPBELL  jm)

                (SH:  John W. (Wesley) Sullivan married  Mary Elizabeth Kearney Sullivan on 8-18-1878.   See below.)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE PER JC:  SULLIVAN, Joseph.  40th IL Infantry Co. F and 60th IL Infantry Co. D.)

 

SULLIVAN, Maggie  29 Jul 1903-

                (w/o Evan W. SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, Marven A.  21 Dec 1938-19 Apr 1939

 

SULLIVAN, Martha E.  (CAMPBELL) 17 May 1829-4 Mar 1881

                (w/o David R(amsey) SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, Mary E(lizabeth (KEARNEY)  19 Mar 1863-28 Dec 1943

(w/o John W. SULLIVAN) (Mary Elizabeth KEARNEY d/o William J. KEARNEY & Sidney                ROBERSON) (b. Franklin Co, IL, per husband's obit jm)

                (SH:  Mary’s husband, John, is buried here as is her 7 day old infant, Henry.  Two other children who died in childhood are also

                possibly buried here,  Lewis, who died at age 14 and Carroll who died at 3 months.)

 

SULLIVAN, Naoma F(lorence)  21 Apr 1895-(26 Jun 1978)

                (w/o Arthur G. SULLIVAN) (Naoma Florence WEATHERFORD b. Hamilton Co, IL, d. 26 June 1978 hosp. in Benton, res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death  per Naoma’s obit   jm)

 

SULLIVAN,  Orley   1889-1959

(h/o Hattie J(ane) (CLARK) SULLIVAN) (Orley b. Hamilton Co, IL,  d. 21 Sep 1959 Macedonia, IL,  per Orley’s  obit - s/o David (Ramsey) SULLIVAN & (Cynthia) Asineth BOSTER  jm)

                (SH:  Born 1-10-1889; died 9-21-1959.  Married Hattie Jane Clark 12-3-1911.  Blacksmith in Macedonia..  From a biography:

                “His tombstone rests on the spot in Macedonia Cemetery where he learned his trade.”)

 

SULLIVAN, Robert H(enry)  Pvt. 9 Ill Inf.  (b 5 Mar 1866 per obit jm) --23 Oct 1942

(Robert Henry SULLIVAN md Cordila Janny HAMILTON 3 Sep 1886;  b. Macedonia, IL, d. Soldiers Home near Danville, IL;  s/o David (Ramsey) SULLIVAN & Martha E. CAMPBELL  per obit of Robert Henry   jm)

 

SULLIVAN, Rosannah  d 12 Oct 1874  10y 5m 3d

                (d/o D(avid) R(amsey) & M(artha) E. SULLIVAN)

               

SULLIVAN, Thomas M.  12 Oct 1874  14y 7m 4d

                 (s/o D(avid).R(amsey) & M(artha) E. SULLIVAN)

 

SULLIVAN, Wallace A  25 May 1849-15 May 1871

                (s/o D(avid) R(amsey) & M(artha) E. SULLIVAN)

 

SUTTON, Emma  1861-1907

                (wife of J.W. SUTTON)

 

SUTTON, Florence, his wife  18 Jun 1905-

                (w/o Orval E. SUTTON) (d/o Fred WINEMILLER & Savilla Rachel HUTCHCRAFT) md 1926 Warren “Chick”  BROOKS   jm)

 

SUTTON, Orval E.  26 Feb 1896-13 Apr 1925  (per obit  jm)

(h/o Florence (WINEMILLER) SUTTON) (Orville SUTTON d. aged 29 yrs; b. Macedonia; veteran of U.S. Army, discharged 13 Apr 1919 Denver, CO; leaves wife, 2 sis., 1 bro. -  per obit   jm)

 

SWINEY,   1905

                (Infant son of  T.M. & M.F. SWINEY)

 

SWINEY, Francis M.  d 16 Jun 1877  29y 2m 24d

                (wife of  Wm A. SWINEY)

 

SWINEY, Mary A. d 12 Jul 1877  8y 3m 28d

                (d/o W.A. & F.M. SWINEY)

 

SWINEY, Reggie L.  17 Aug 1895-16 Apr 1899

                (s/o  T.M. & M.F. SWINEY)

    

SWINEY, William A.  15 Jul 1877 (died)  29y 1m 18d

                (h/o Francis M SWINEY)

 

SWINEY, William C.  d 31 Jan 1876  10m 29d

                (s/o W.A. & F.M. SWINEY)

 

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TAYLOR, G.M.  18 Aug 1887-18 Dec 1899

 

TAYLOR, J.E.  13 Aug 1887-13 Dec 1890

      Looks like Jessie or Bessie printed at bottom of stone.

 

TAYLOR, John 27 Jan 1856-7 Spr (sic) 1909

 

TAYLOR, Nancy  1855-1899

 

THARP, Mervan  d 10 Aug 1899   14 days

(son of D.T. & Ettie THARP) (twin to Myrtle  THARP GIFFORD.  MAK) (s/o Dosie   THARP & Ettie ?   jm)

 

THORPE, Lolle   1878--1970

 

TOLLEY, Emery (Edward) Jr.   (16 Nov) 1912-(31 Mar) 1937

                (b. McLeansboro, IL, d. home of mother, Mrs. J.W. GOIN, Dahlgren, IL  per obit  jm)

 

TOLLEY, Emery (Edward) (Sr.) (8 Feb) 1868-(15 Dec) 1933

                (b. near Delafield, IL, d. at home in McLeansboro, IL; s/o  Isham & Malissa Jane MOORE TOLLEY; md Myrtle JOHNSON 5 Feb 1899 per Emery’s obit  jm ) in March 1937, Myrtle was residing in Dahlgren, IL  jm)

                (SH:  Myrtle Johnson is the daughter of Zopher (H.) Johnson and his 1st wife, Mary Emma Boswell.  Zopher (H.) was the son

                of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his 1st wife, Sarah Graham.  Dr. John Henderson Johnson was the son of Zopher and Phebe

                Cooper Johnson.)

 

TOLLEY, Mary K(atherine)  14 Jan 1921-3 Jul 1924

                (youngest dau. of  Emory (& Myrtle JOHNSON) TOLLEY; leaves parents & 3 sibs., Harold, Emery Jr. & Opal TOLLEY, per obit of Mary Katherine   jm)

                (SH:  Mary’s mother was Myrtle Johnson, daughter of Zopher (H.) Johnson.  Refer to the commentary above, for her father,

 Emery/Emory Tolley.)

 

TRIMBLE, Mark Calvin  13 Mar 1958-22 Sep 1976

                (d. aged 18y,  in hospital in Indianapolis, Ind. due to motorcycle accident in Anderson, Ind; res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death - s/o Verl TRIMBLE of Macedonia, IL & Mrs. Joyce COX of Anderson, Ind - leaves parents, & 2 grandparents Willy TRIMBLE of Rolla, MO. & William JOPLIN of West Frankfort, IL  etc -  per Mark’s obit   jm)

 

6  TRIMBLE, Verl   1914-1984 

                Momm US Navy WW 2 - per 1991 book by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

 

 

V

 

VAN HORN,  Born 23 Oct 1887-Died 10 Aug 1888

                (On back side of stone is   Infant son of John & Rachel VANHORN Born 15 Aug 1888)

 

VANCLEVE, Laura L.d 20 Oct 1862

                (d/o Wm & M.A. VANCLEVE)

                (SH:  Laura L. is the daughter of Mary Ann Johnson and William VanCleve.  Mary Ann Johnson was the daughter of Robert Henry

                Johnson and Catherine Smith.  Refer to the commentary on Robert Henry Johnson.)

 

VANCLEVE, William d 14 Oct 1862  29y 3m 1d  

                Odd Fellows emblem

                (SH:  1860 Census, HH 689, William age 26 (born1834), blacksmith.  Wife, Mary, age 23, and children Laural, age 4, and

                Samuel L. M. age 10 months.  This family lives nearby the Hiram and Jane Johnson household #694.  William died 10-14-1862. 

I was unable to confirm Civil War service for William.  William VanCleve/VanCleave married Mary Ann Johnson in 1856.  Mary Ann was the Daughter of Robert Henry Johnson and his wife, Catherine Smith.  After William’ death in 1862, Mary Ann remarried to William B. Bolen in 1867.)

 

VAUGHN, D.E.  age about 40 years

 

 

VAUGHN, Dr. James Gluver  11 Jun 1884-21 Feb 1966

                (SH:  “Gluver” was the son of John Vaughn and Plina Catharine “Lina” Johnson Vaughn.  Lina Johnson Vaughn

                was the oldest child of James A. Johnson and his wife, Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson.  John

and Lina Johnson Vaughn had three children who lived to adulthood:  James Gluver, Gage L., and

Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.  All of these family members are buried in this cemetery in the

Johnson plot.  James Gluver Vaughn was a dentist in Little Rock, Arkansas for many years.  For more information on this

family refer to the commentary for Lina C. Vaughn, below.)

 

VAUGHN,  Gage L.  8 Oct 1898-28 Apr 1972

                (SH:  Gage L. was the son of John Vaughn and Plina Catharine “Lina” Johnson Vaughn.  Lina Johnson Vaughn

                was the oldest child of James A. Johnson and his wife, Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson.  John

and Lina Johnson Vaughn had three children who lived to adulthood:  James Gluver, Gage L., and

Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.  All of these family members are buried in this cemetery in the

Johnson plot.  Gage L. Vaughn was the Principal at Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, IL High School.  For more information on

this family refer to the commentary for Lina C. Vaughn, below.)

 

VAUGHN, Infant dau of J.W. & P.C. VAUGHN

VAUGHN, Infant dau of J.W. & P.C. VAUGHN

VAUGHN, Infant son of J.W. & P.C. VAUGHN

 

(SH:   John Vaughn and Plina Catharine “Lina” Johnson Vaughn had three sets of twins.  Of these

6 children, only one twin survived, Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.  Lina Johnson Vaughn

                was the oldest child of James A. Johnson and his wife, Minerva “Adeline” Carney Johnson.  John

and Lina Johnson Vaughn had three children who lived to adulthood:  James Gluver, Gage L., and

Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.  All of these family members are buried in this cemetery in the

Johnson plot.)

    

VAUGHN, John W.  8 Sep 1863-7 Oct 1932

                (SH:  John W. Vaughn was the husband of Plina “Lina” Catharine Johnson Vaughn.  See below.)

 

6  VAUGHN, Lilly May  d. 2 Mar 1878 

                5m 17d  (from Franklin Co, IL death record  jm)

 

 

 

 

VAUGHN, Lina C. 17 Sep 1867-1 Feb 1964

(SH:   Plina Catharine “Lina” Johnson Vaughn, wife of John W. Vaughn.  They had three sets of twins.

Of these 6 children, only one twin survived, Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.    John and Lina Johnson Vaughn had three children who lived to adulthood:  James Gluver, Gage L., and Adella “Della” Vaughn Hagen.  All of these family members are buried in this cemetery in the James A. Johnson family plot.  Lina Johnson Vaughn was the oldest child of James A. and Minerva “Adeline”

Carney Johnson.  James A. was the son of Christopher Cooper and Kathryn Kerbaugh Johnson.  Christopher was the son of

Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  For more information on this family refer to the commentary on James A. Johnson and his

wife, Minerva Adeline Carney Johnson in the preceding pages.)

 

VAUGHN, S. D.  28 Jan 1898-26 Dec 1901

                (SH:  This MAY be another deceased twin of John and Lina Johnson Vaughn???)

 

SH:  VISE FAMILY.  For more information on this family please see www.carol.yar.com

                (SH:  Elder Hosea C. Vise was one of the first residents of Hamilton County, with his land patent dated 8-30-1836.

                Elder Hosea Vise was born in 1811 and came to IL in 1831 from South Carolina.  He married Lettie Ellsworth Moore in

1836.     He was a businessman, owning the H. C. Vise Mercantile store, and a Baptist Minister.  He is buried at Antioch

Cemetery.

 

VISE,  Ada H.  (**15 Feb) 1884-(21 Jul) 1976

(d/o William A. FISHER & Mary Catherine "Kate" JOHNSON, per 1991 8th grade history project of Ewing-Northern School  - Ada’s obit gives b. **16 Feb 1884 Franklin Co, IL, d. 21 Jul 1976 at Methodist Village, Lawrenceville, d/o William & Kate FISHER, md James S. VISE 29 Mar 1908   jm)

 

VISE, Clyde H.  15 Jul 1893--     

(h/o Gertie May (MOSS) VISE) (s/o Harvey C. VISE & Eller Jane McGUYER)(d. 20 Sep 1982 hosp. in McLeansboro -  per his obit  jm)

 

SH:  UNMARKED GRAVE PER JC:  VICE/(VISE??), Don, 13th IL Cavalry Co. H.

 

VISE, Evan H.  7 Aug 1899-(2 Nov 1988)

(Evan d. aged 89y, res. of Benton, IL at time of death; md Goldie MOORE, deceased; md Lena COTTER, leaves wife - per Evan’s obit   jm) (Evan s/o Harvey C. VISE & Eller Jane McGEYER)

      

VISE, Gertie May  2 Mar 1894-2 May 1969

(w/o Clyde H. VISE) (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. hosp. in Mt Vernon, IL, res. of Macedonia; (d/o W(illiam) S. MOSS & Martha (Angeline) FISHER  per  Gertie’s obit  jm)

 

VISE,  Goldie M(arie (MOORE)  30 Dec 1900-23 Feb 1961

                (w/o Evan H. VISE) (d/o James Madison MOORE & Winnie May JOHNSON  jm)

(SH:  Winnie May Johnson is the daughter of Dr. John Henderson Johnson and his second wife,

Talitha Sexton.  .Dr. John Henderson was the son of Zopher Johnson Jr and his wife, Phebe Cooper Johnson. 

Dr. John and his 2nd wife, Talitha, are buried at this Cemetery.)

 

VISE, James S.  (13 Jul) 1883-1966

                (h/o Ada H (FISHER) VISE) (s/o Daniel A. VISE & Nancy P. CHAPLAIN  jm)  

 

VISE, James William B & D   8 Aug 1949

                ( Inf son of Rev. & Mrs. Paul VISE )

 

VISE, Paul   1924---

                (h/o Mary Edna (VISE) (s/o Eugene VISE & Cora Agnes SINK)

          

VISE,  Mary E(dna)   1917---(14 May) 1956

(Mary E(dna) MABRY d. hosp. St. Louis, Mo., aged 39y,  md Rev. Paul VISE, leaves husband, etc,  d/o Earl  MABRY & (?)  per Mary Edna’s obit   jm)

 

VISE, Mrs. Hosea (Harvey C?) 

(Ella Jane McGUYER), 85, died at her home in Macedonia, IL 1 June 1945, burial at Macedonia Cem. per her 2 June 1945 obit  jm)

 

 

W

 

WAGGONER,  Martha  1877-1970

                (w/o Walther WAGGONER) Footstone

                (SH:  Martha A. Dixon WAGGONER, died 3-4-1970.)

 

WAGGONER, Walter  1875-1958 

                (h/o Martha WAGGONER)  

                (SH:  Walter (Hoss) WAGGONER, b. 1-23-1875; d. 12-25-1958.  Son of Jacob and Rachael Caroline Sailing Waggoner.)

 

WALKER, Arthur   1908

 

WHITTENBERG, Liza  27 Oct 1889-27 Dec 1892

 

WHITTENBERG, William  19 Jan 1831-6 Sep 1888

                (Sam SMITH adds that he is s/o Joseph and Elizabeth WHITTENBURG   jm)

 

WILLIAMS, A. Jack  8 Oct 1883-**23 Jun 1962

                (h/o Monnie (BOYER) WILLIAMS )(d. **24 Jun 1962 at home in Macedonia, IL  per his obit  jm)

 

WILLIAMS, Ada L.  1882-1915

                (  wife of J.G. WILLIAMS)

                (SH:  Ada L. (Lenora) born 4-5-1882; died 2-1-1915.  Wife of Joseph Williams.  Ada Lenora was the daughter of Dr. John

                Henderson Johnson and his 2nd wife, Talitha Sexton, both of whom are buried in this cemetery.  Dr. John was the son of

                Zopher and Phebe Cooper Johnson.  For more information on this family, refer to the commentary on Dr. John Henderson

                Johnson in the preceding pages.)

 

WILLIAMS, Herman  5 Jan 1876-20 Oct 1945   (per  Herman’s 22 Oct 1945 obit  jm)

                (h/o Sadie (CARLTON) WILLIAMS) (s/o John V. WILLIAMS & Clarissa Marilda “Rildy” PAGE  jm)

 

WILLIAMS, Jeremiah  29 Jul 1856-29 May 1935

(h/o Willie A. (THOMAS) WILLIAMS) ("Jerry", lived between Akin & Macedonia, IL; one of the organizers of the Akin bank, per his obit  jm)

 

WILLIAMS, Joseph G.11 Dec 1881-9 May 1951

                “TEACHER” 

                (SH:  Joseph is the husband of Ada Lenora Johnson Williams.  See above.)

 

WILLIAMS, Louise  4 May 1916–

                (w/o Lowell WILLIAMS)     

                (SH:  Louise died 6-12-1998.  Daughter of John A. Lee Sr. and Tona Marquis Lee.)

 

WILLIAMS, Lowell  15 Aug 1914-2 Nov 1970

                (h/o Louise WILLIAMS) (s/o A. Jack & Monnie  BOYER WILLIAMS  jm)

 

WILLIAMS, Max T.  20 Apr 1918-9 Aug 1974  

                Pvt. U.S. Army

 

WILLIAMS,  Monnie   (BOYER)  24 Nov 1889-11 Aug 1952

                (w/o A. Jack WILLIAMS)

 

WILLIAMS, Permelia  4 Aug 1885-25 Jul 1892

 

WILLIAMS, Sadie (CARLTON)  15 Jun 1877-15 Mar 1958

                (w/o Herman WILLIAMS) (d/o William Vinson CARLTON & Mazella J. “Mae” VANHORN) (b. Franklin Co, IL, d. Mt Vernon, res. at time of death, West Frankfort, IL  per Sadie’s obit   jm)

      

WILLIAMS,  Willie A. THOMAS 12 Jan 1863-7 May 1930

                (w/o Jeremiah WILLIAMS)

 

 

6  WINEMILLER, Evan (Douglas) b. 6 Feb 1917d. 24 Apr 1984,

b.  IL d. hosp. in Evansville, IN; res. of Macedonia, IL; s/o Fred & Savilla HUTCHCRAFT WINEMILLER; bur. Macedonia Cem.  (per  Evan’s obit    jm)

 

6  WINEMILLER, Evan Douglas  6 Feb 1917-24 Apr 1984  

                Tec 4 US Army WW 2 - per 1991 book by David GOSS - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm)

 

6  WINEMILLER, Evan Michael “Mike”, b. 10 Oct 1955 d. 17 Aug 1990 

s/o Evan Douglas & Betty  (RADEMACHER) TRIMBLE WINEMILLER;  md Janette ALFERINK 26 Jul 1974 Hamilton Co, IL,b. McLeansboro, IL d. hosp. In Benton, res. of Macedonia, IL at time of death;  leaves wife, mother of Rolla, MO., etc; Macedonia Cem. -  per Evan Michael’s  obit  jm)

 

WINEMILLER, Fred   26 Dec 1875-9 Sep 1958

(h/o Savilla Rachel (HUTCHCRAFT) WINEMILLER) (s/o Allen WINEMILLER & Martha L. BRADFORD - per Fred’s obit   jm) (Carollyn BLACKWELL adds that Fred WINEMILLER was born near Macedonia, IL, and died at home, Macedonia, IL  jm)

 

WINEMILLER, Lewis M(artin “Jack”)  12  Oct 1909-7  May 1964

                (Lewis Martin WINEMILLER md Lydia EWALD 1928 ; s/o Fred WINEMILLER & Savilla Rachel HUTCHCRAFT) (d. in auto accident near Macedonia, IL per his obit  jm)

    

WINEMILLER,  Lydia E.M. (Amelia?) 19 Jan 1911-27 Mar 1965

                (w/o Lewis Martin WINEMILLER) (Lydia d/o John W. EWALD & Philomenia “Minnie” MILLER  jm)

 

WINEMILLER, Savilla R(achel)  12 Oct 1884-12 Sep 1960

(Savilla Rachel HUTCHCRAFT was  res. of Macedonia at time of death, md Fred WINEMILLER 1903  per Savilla’s obit (d/o John HUTCHCRAFT & Rachel TUBBS)(Carolyn BLACKWELL adds that Savilla was b. in White Co, IL and d. Carmi, IL)

 

6  WOLFE, Rudolph b. 24 Oct 1905,; d. 4 Nov 1977

(s/o Rudolph & Agatha SCHNESKLETH WOLFE; b. Davenport, IA d. hosp. In Evansville, Ind; res. Of Macedonia) interred  Macedonia Cem.,  per obit   jm

 

Y

      

YATES, Roland  Ill Pvt. 156 Depot. Brig  10 Jan 1922

                (YATES, Roland  13 Jan 1932    Ill   Pvt 156 Depot Brig - per 1991 book by David GOSS about Macedonia, IL - data sent by Carollyn BLACKWELL  jm) (probably  s/o Richard J. YATES & Ann HAMER (?)  jm)

 

YATES, William E(dmond)  1 Feb 1876-30 May 1946

(b. Marshall, Minn; s/o Richard J. YATES b. England, & Ann HAMER b. Lianidlois, Wales, per his obit  jm)

 

Z

 

ZELHART, Charles H.   FATHER  1872-1931

(h/o Mary E(lizabeth) (BOLEN) ZELHART) (Charles Henry ZELHART s/o John ZELHART & Mariah NICHOLS)

    

ZELHART, Mary E(lizabeth) (BOLEN) MOTHER 1871-1950

(w/o Charles H. ZELHART) (Mary Elizabeth BOLEN d/o Cornelius Carlton BOLEN & Louisa M. BOYD  jm)

 

ZELHART, Gertie M.  b. 22 Sep 1904 d. 22 Jan 1905

(dau of C.H. & Mary ZELHART) (Data from Richard ZELHART, grandson of Chalrles Henry            ZELHART & Mary Elizabeth BOLEN)

 

6  ZELHART, Paul Huber 1926-1928

(not listed in 1977 book - this data from Betty KINGTON; s/o Walter Harvey ZELHART & Nellie Blye CARLTON - buried at the back of the cemetery along the fence line; gravestone may be no longer there, missed in the original inventory, or covered with sod (?)  jm)

 

ZELHART, Ralph b. 10 Mar 1910 d. 07 Mar 1911

(s/o C. H. & Mary ZELHART) (Data from Richard ZELHART, grandson of Chalrles Henry ZELHART & Mary Elizabeth BOLEN)

 

 

 

                                                            LIST OF VETERNS INTERRED IN CEMETERY

 

This is a list found in Carla PULLIAM's book, Obits And Tidbits 1939-1940, pg 9-10, from 17 Feb 1939 issue Veterans buried at Macedonia Cemetery, Northern Township:

 

ABBOTT, William  Co. G.  81st IL. Inf.

ANDREWS, Tilman  Md. Inf.

BARKER, James W.  Co. K. 20th Ky. Inf.

BLACKWARD, William H.  Co. H. 9th IL. Inf., Spanish-American War

BOLEN, Henry  Co. B. 110th IL. Inf.

BOLEN, Harrison  Co. A.  40th IL. Inf.

BOLEN, Bailey  no record, Civil War

BOYSTER, John A.  Co. A.  40th IL. Inf.

CARROLTON (CARLTON?), Cornellia  Co. B.  110th IL. Inf.

CARROLTON (CARLTON?), Richard  no record,  Civil War

CLARK, Stanford E. Co. 10, 3rd Batt. 159th Dept. Brig. World War

CLARK, Mose C.  Co. B.  60th IL. Inf.

COZART, John A.  Co. I. 87th IL. Inf.

CREMEENS, W.T.  Co. A.  40th IL. Inf.

CREMEENS, L.W.  Co. F. 136th IL. Inf.

CULLINS, John  Co. A. 40th IL. Inf.

DIAL, William C.  Co. D. 6th IL. Cav.

DARE, S.W.  Co. F.  56th IL. Inf.

FANN, Isaac  Co. A.  40th IL. Inf.

FANN, Benton  Co. D. 6th IL. Inf.

GARVAN, James M.  Co. F.  136th IL. Inf.

GARVIN, Wesley  no record, Civil War

GIESS, George W.  Co. H.  149th IL. Inf.

GRAY, John  Co. F. 15th IL. Cav.

GULLIC, M.R.  Co. A. 87th IL. Inf.

HARGROVES, Charles  Ky. Civil War

HATCHETT, Isaac  Co. A. 40th IL. Inf.

HAYES, Thomas L. Tenn. Inf.

HUTCHCRAFT, Harrison  Co. H. 48th IL. Inf.

INGRAM, Theophilan J.  Co. E. 87th IL. Inf.

INGRAM, Frank  Co. A. 10th IL. Inf.

JOHNSON, Albert N.  13th IL. Cav.

JOHNSON, Robert  Co. A. 40th IL. Inf.

JOHNSON, James  Co. A. 40th IL. Inf.

JOHNSON, Z.A. Co. H. 13th IL. Cav.

JOHNSON, I.N.   Co. H. 13th IL. Cav.

LEE, Andrew J.  Co. K. 87th IL. Inf.

MEADOWS, Robert R.  Co. B. 110th IL. Inf.

MUSGRAVE, J.R.  17th Tenn. Inf.

ORANTS, John F.  Co. A.  40th IL. Inf.

PAHE? (PAGE?), John M.  Co. B. 110th IL. Inf.

QUILL, Jasper  no record, Civil War

ROUINTREE, John R.  Co. F.  40th IL. Inf.

SHAW, John F.  Co. C. 15th IL. Cav.

SHIRLEY, Charley  Co. F.  9th IL. Inf.  Spanish-American War

SMITH, Samuel Z.  Co. A.  52nd Ky. INf.

SMITH, Pleasant, Co. E. 56th IL. Inf.

SULLIVAN, Joseph M.  Co. D. 60th IL. Inf.

SUTTON, Orval B.  no record, World War

THOMAS, James  no record, Civil War

VISE, Dan  Co. H. 13th IL. Cav.

YATES, Roland  159th Dept. Brig.  World War

 

 

SH:  FROM FRANKLIN COUNTY RESEARCHER, JUDY COUEY’S WORK, SEVERAL OF THE

ABOVE CIVIL WAR VETERANS ARE SAID TO BE BURIED AT “LOGAN CEMETERY”.  I HAVE

BEEN UNABLE TO CONFIRM THAT “LOGAN CEMETERY” IS THE SAME CEMETERY AS THE

MACEDONIA METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, BUT IT CERTAINLY APPEARS TO BE THE CASE.

THE FOLLOWING CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS ARE INTERRED AT “LOGAN” ACCORDING TO MS. COUEY,

BUT GRAVESTONES HAVE NOT BEEN IDENTIFIED AT THE MACEDONIA METHODIST CEMETERY.

IN THE INTEREST OF HONORING ALL SOLDIERS POSSIBLY INTERRED HERE, I HAVE APPENDED

THEIR NAMES TO THE ROSTER:

 

ANDREWS, Tillman   MD Infantry

COZART, John A.   87th IL Infantry

GRAY, John   15th IL Cavalry Co. F

INGRAM, Frank   Civil war unit unknown

MEADOWS, Robert R.   110th IL Infantry

PRICE, William   40th IL Infantry Co. F

SULLIVAN, Joseph  40th IL Infantry Co F and 60th IL Infantry Co. D

VICE (VISE??), Dan  13th Il Cavalry Co. H

 

 

 

SURNAMES LIST

 

·                     ABBOT

·                     ALLEY

·                     ANDREWS

·                     BAIN

·                     BARKER

·                     BARNETT

·                     BAUER

·                     BENNETT

·                     BISHOP

·                     BLACKWARD

·                     BOLEN

·                     BOLIN

·                     BOLLAN

·                     BOSTER

·                     BOWIE

·                     BOYER

·                     BOYLES

·                     BOYSTER

·                     BRADEN

·                     BRADFORD

·                     BROOKS

·                     BROWN

·                     BROWNING

·                     BUTLER

·                     CAMPBELL

·                     CARLTON

·                     CARMEENS

·                     CARNEY

·                     CARROLTON

·                     CHILDERS

·                     CLARK

·                     CLICK

·                     CORVIN

·                     COZART

·                     CREEMENS

·                     CREMEENS

·                     CULLINS

·                     DALE

·                     DAMBRELL

·                     DARE

·                     DARNELL

·                     DEPOISTER

·                     DIAL

·                     DIXON

·                     DREW

·                     DUCKWORTH

·                     DURE

·                     EDWARDS

·                     EUBANKS

·                     FANN

·                     FISHER

·                     FOWLER

·                     FULLERTON

·                     GARVAN

·                     GARVIN

·                     GASS

·                     GIBBS

·                     GIESS

·                     GLASS

·                     GRADDY

·                     GRARVIS

·                     GRAY

·                     GULLIC

·                     HAGEN

·                     HAMILTON

·                     HANKINS

·                     HANNAFORD

·                     HANSON

·                     HARGROVE

·                     HARGROVES

·                     HARROLLE

·                     HATCHETT

·                     HAYS

·                     HUNGATE

·                     HUTCHCRAFT

·                     INGRAM

·                     JEWART

·                     JOHNSON

·                     KARNEY

·                     KEARNEY

·                     KERNEY

·                     KEIGLEY

·                     KELLEY

·                     KIRKPATRICK

·                     LASLEY

·                     LEE

·                     LEWIS

·                     LOLLAR

·                     LOWERY

·                     MARQUIS

·                     MARTIN

·                     McCLARIN

·                     McKAY

·                     MCKEE