White-Holderman Cemetery, Goose Lake, Illinois

White-Holderman Cemetery, aka Holderman and Hoge Cemetery.

Section 12, Goose Lake Township

White-Holderman Cemetery Plaque

White-Holderman Cemetery Plaque

Last NameFirst NameDOBDODInscriptionPhotoPhoto2Add'l
BensonRialAug 19, 1856aged 15 yrs 5 ms 20 ds; son of Seneca & Sarah Benson
BensonSenecaMar 29, 1869aged 58 yrs 11 ms
CokeCharles HSept 15, 1800 Norwich EnglandSept 19, 1875
DarlingAnnAug 24, 1829Dec 15, 1893aged 65 yrs 3 ms 21 ds; wife of David Darlingphoto
DarlingLucyFeb 10, 1856aged 1 yr 10 ms 22 ds; dau of D & A Darlingphoto
FergussonSamuel JAug 28, 1883aged 1 yr 6 ms 1 dstone not foundcourt house record
HarringtonSarah BensonMar 17, 1884aged 72 yrs 4 ms 20 ds
HixonDavid MFeb 7, 1865aged 42 yrs 4 ds; Co C 76 REG ILL VOLS
HixonGeorge CSept 5, 1861aged 4 ms 17 ds
HixonMary JJuly 17, 1861aged 37 yrs 10 ms 16 ds; wife of DM Hixon
HixonSamuel HJuly 2, 1853aged 11 yrs 2 ms 20 ds
HoldermanBartonSept 6, 1846aged 2 days; son of B & C Holdermanphoto
HoldermanMartha HApr 29, 1866aged 35 yrs 7 ms 14 ds; wife of Saml Holderman
HoldermanMary EDec 24, 1876aged 21 yrs 6 ms 2 ds; on Saml Holderman stone
HoldermanSamlno dates
HoldermanSilas WMar 10, 1846aged 3 yrs 5 ms 3 wks 4 ds, son of B & C Holdermanphoto
JinowayoMartha LMay 14, 1888stone not foundcourthouse record
LindsayFrances1857aged 6 yrs 3 ms 2 ds; dau of William & Martha Lindsayphoto
MarquisWilliamMar 5, 1835aged 12 yrs; son of William Marquisstone not foundnewspaper account
SatterlyBenjaminNov 14, 1856aged 2 yrs 4 ms 10 ds; son of O & MJ Satterly
SatterlyMary JDec 17, 1856aged 25 yrs 23 ds; wife of Orin Satterly
WhiteAngieDec 1, 1865aged 7 ms 18 ds; dau of Wm & Lydia White
WhiteChristopher CSept 15, 1848aged 24 yrs 3 ms 12 ds; son of Wm & Mary Ann Whitephoto
WhiteGeorgeOct 14, 1861aged 1 yr 7 ds; son of William & Lydia White
WhiteJames LJune 7, 1814May 27, 1906photo
WhiteRuthJune 5, 1839June 21, 1888his wife
WhiteLucyMar 1, 1873Apr 5, 1873photo
WhiteWilliamJan 27, 1822Feb 18, 1909
WhiteWilliamstone not foundWar of 1812
two small unmarked stonesprobably headstones for Seneca Benson & Sarah Benson Harrington since they are opposite the monuments
A S
C Hphoto
L B _(stone broken)
L D
M J S
R B
S H H

 

Submitted by Lea Sharp.

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