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Farris Cemetery
Union Township, Madison County, Iowa

Union Twp, R27W, Sec 11
Lat: 41° 23' 31"N, Lon: 93° 55' 54"W

This listing submitted by Judy Wight Branson [jlwight@northlink.com]. 
Total records = 14.

* Indicates that all or part of the information came from the death records for Madison County, Iowa and / or that this could be an unmarked grave.

Credits: This cemetery was originally walked and recorded by Mrs. Alma Wildin in 1975.

Research and Comparisons from: Two burial indexes, birth, marriage, cemetery and death records for Madison County and the Social Security records for verification when possible, in order to make this list as accurate and complete as possible.

Bass, Emily M. (Adams), b. 1-16-1829, d. no date
Bass, William McCurdy, b. 1-10-1812, d. 5-12-1881
Beedle, Elizabeth A. (Brown), b. 1847, d. 1932, w/o Hiram, (m) 9-7-1865 Madison Co.
Beedle, Isabell, b. 9-9-182, d. 7-14-1902, w/o John R.
Beedle, John R., b. 9-9-1810, d. 6-69-1899, Paralysis, h/o Isabell *
Farris, Elizabeth (Morgan), b. 2-12-1802 Ky, d. 4-4-1863, 61y, w/o James
Farris, James, b. 8-3-1797 Lincoln Co., Ky., d. 8-13-1870, 72y 10d, h/o Elizabeth, f/o Charles, William G., Johnson A., Nancy, Sarah Jane, James Henry, Isaac F., Major
Farris, Jerrette, d. 1-11-1862, 21d, d/o J. H. & D.
Farris, Johnie A., d. 2-19-1870, 39y 11m 8d, s/o J. & Elizabeth J.
Farris, Nellie, no dates, d/o J. H. & D.
Farris, Sarah E., d. 7-21-1852, 1m 6d, d/o G. & N. J.
Morgan, William, d. 11-13-1862, 30y 4m 21d, enlisted, 8-10-1862, Co. A. 39th Regiment, Iowa
Rhodes, John T., b. 1853, d. 1895, h/o Mariba, (m) 3-30-1875 Madison Co., by J. R. Davis, J.P.
Rhodes, Mariba N. (Beedle), b. 1855, d. 1911, w/o John T.

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