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Trester Cemetery
Madison County, Iowa

Lat: 41° 26' 10"N, 94° 01' 06"W
Madison Twp, R28W Sec 25

Contributed by Judy Wight Branson, Nov 19, 2000 [jlwight@northlink.com].
Total records = 15.

Trester Cemetery is in Madison Township, Section 25, Madison County, Iowa, 148th Trail - 1/2 mile west of Hiway 169 - behind 2175 N., in a field This cemetery was originally walked and recorded by Joseph Brittain in 1971 and also by Lewis E. Morris in 1977.

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

Casner, George W. H., d. 10-1873, 1y 6m 21d, lost 10-21-1873, found 10-26-1873, s/o J. F. & Mary
Kephart, Rebecca A., d. 7-28-1873, 44y 3m 16d, w/o Thomas
Kerrick, Albert, d. 4-11-1862, 62y, h/o C.
Nicholson, Ruth, d. 10-29-1869, 65y 1m 1d, w/o Thomas
Nicholson, Thomas, d. 66y (no dates), h/o Ruth
Paxton, Infant, d. 9-10-1870, d/o George A. & Margaret
Skates, Jessie, b. 4-22-1890, d. 10-22-1891, 1y 6m
Trester, Anna, d. 12-29-1882, 59y 5m 22d, w/o James
Trester, Infant, d. 4-27-1858, 23d, d/o James & Anna
Trester, Infant, d. 6-27-1867, 8d, s/o J. M. & G. A.
Trester, James, d. 11-13-1867, 43y 10m 6d, h/o Anna
Trester, Rachel, d. 11-15-1858, 3y 2m 4d, d/o James & Anna
Trester, Thomas J., d. 2-8-1875, 2y 1m 2d, s/o M. J. & M. A.
Trester, William E., d. 12-2-1895, 4y 11m 6d, s/o W. P. & S. A.
White, Nancy Jane, d. 5-5-1860, d/o B. A. & N. E.

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