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Spidle Cemetery
Wabash Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois

Contributed by Paul M. Kankula [kankula@bellsouth.net]. Total records = 17.

Across the road from the Adams Corner Cemetery, behind Albert Hawf's house in a cultivated field, Wabash Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois.

The original tombstone recordings were done by Jerry Brown at jhbrown@midwest.net in Dec-1999.

The original tombstone recordings can be viewed at the Public Library in Mt. Carmel, IL-contact Louise Taylor [bttaylor@hotmail.com].

The cemetery datafile was constructed by Shannon Swain at [anxie99@yahoo.com] in Dec-1999.

The datafile has been .TXT converted and enhanced by Paul M. Kankula in Dec-1999.

a = age at death
b = date of birth
d = date of death
p. = parents

ARMSTRONG, Mary Ida, b.10-sep-1868, d.14-jan-1913, h. w.h. armstrong
BOWERS, Cyrus, b.14-jan-1813, d.16-june-1862
CHAFFEE, Lora, b.1-jan-1872, d.6-feb-1901, h. m.d.chaffee
FOX, Caroline, b.1836, d.1924, h. jermiah fox
FOX, Charles F., d.7-?-1872
FOX, Fannie E., b.1874, d.1910
FOX, Hiriam J., d.29-mar-1872, p. j. & c.e. fox
FOX, Jermiah, b.1819, d.1887
SPIDLE, Abner, b.7-oct-1837, d.24-apr-1908
SPIDLE, Ann C., d.16-dec-1872, a.40y 2m 7d
SPIDLE, Eleonora J., b.5-apr-1840, d.3-mar-1912
SPIDLE, Elyrma, p.a.& m. spidle
SPIDLE, Infant Son, p.a.& m. spidle
SPIDLE, John, b.25-sep-1801, d.19-feb-1857, a.76y 4m 25d
SPIDLE, John, d.3-oct-1875, a.11y 2m 17d, p. a.& m. spidle
SPIDLE, Martha, b.14-july-1836, d.24-apr-1925, h. abner spidle
SPIDLE, Sarah, b.5-apr-1800, d.2-june-1857, a.52y 2m 2d, consort of john spidle
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