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Woodlawn Cemetery
Tama County, Iowa

S. Elm St
Toledo, Iowa 52342

Lat: 41° 59' 12"N, Lon: 92° 34' 12"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 13.

Contributor's Index:

Chase, Charles F., b. 7 Oct 1850 in IA, d. 21 Sep 1895, [MD]
Chase, Nancy Jane, b. 15 Jun 1823 in OH, d.22 Sep 1914, dau. of Nataniel Dougherty and Catherine Dickey,[MD]
Chase, William H., b. 27 Jan. 1861 in IA, d. 25 Jun 1886,[MD]
Chase, Eli, b. 5 Apr 1820 in NY,son of Eli Chase and Betsy Manchester,[MD]
Kilmer, Adam, b. 17 Sept. 1847, d. 28 May 1924,[MD]
Kilmer, Isadora Frances, b. 25 Oct. 1843 in IA, d.13, May 1917, dau of Eli Chase and Nancy J. Dougherty,[MD]
Raines, George (Rev.), b. 22 Nov 1825, d. 17 Mar 1904, age 78, m. 23 Feb 1848 to Lorena Emeline Sheldon, s/o Rev. John and Mary Raines (Sadler), [CM]
Raines, Lillias Leonora, b. 19 May 1857, d. 30 Jan 1903, age 45, d/o Rev. George and Lorena Raines (Sheldon), [MW]
Raines, Lorena Emeline (Sheldon), b. 10 Dec 1829, d. 8 Jul 1906, age 76, m. 23 Feb 1848 to George Raines, d/o Abel P. and Emeline Sheldon (Hotchkiss), [MW]
Swearingen, Lorena Sheldon (Raines), b. 23 Apr 1868, d. 10 Jun 1929, age 61, m. 22 Jun 1893 to Perry Lincoln Swearingen, d/o George and Lorena Raines (Sheldon), [MW]
Swearingen, Perry Lincoln, b. 1864, d. 26 Dec 1923, age 59, m. 22 Jun 1893 to Lorena Sheldon Raines, s/o Rev. Richard and Katherine Swearingen, [MW]
Tomlinson, Charles Henry, b. 25 Apr 1851, d. 25 Apr 1934,[MD]
Tomlinson, Emily Phelps, b. 8 Nov. 1855 in IA, d. 3 Dec. 1942, dau of Eli Chase and Nancy J. Dougherty,[MD]

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