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Stillwell Cemetery
Bellmont Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois

Contributed by Paul M. Kankula [kankula@bellsouth.net]. Total records = 18.

Located on the Stillwell farm near Adams Corner, in Wabash Precint, Wabash County, IL.

The original tombstone recordings were done by ???

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 September-1999.

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

a = age at death
b = date of birth
d = date of death
p. = parents
h. = husband
w. = wife

HENEBERGER, Frec., d.22-feb-1903, a.50y
KAISER, Henry, b.10-apr-1834, d.2-nov-1912
RALSTON, Hannah, d.24-feb-1900, a.63y 8m 11d
SCHMEIDT, Jacob, b.1809, Gilsa Kinhessen, d.13-sept-1871
SHARP, Mina, b.10-july-1893, d.15-aug-1893, a.0y 1m 5d, p. N. & d.Sharp
STILLWELL, Anna C., b.27-nov-1863, d.5-oct-1864
STILLWELL, Antonia H., b.4-mar-1873, d.1-aug-1874
STILLWELL, Elizabeth, b.10-mar-1801, d.6-apr-1888, a.87y
STILLWELL, Hannah, d.15-july-1833, a.0y 9m 9d, p. H. & E. Stillwell
STILLWELL, Infant, d.16-jan-1892, p. S.S. & D.H.S. Stillwell
STILLWELL, Rebecca, d.19-oct-1836, a.11y 2m 13d, p. S. & S. Stillwell
STILLWELL, Richard, d.7-june-1863, a.53y 8m 18d
STILLWELL, Samuel, d.?-may-1862, a.71y
STILLWELL, Samuel, d.19-may-1864, a.71y 1m 27d
STILLWELL, Samuel H., 28-dec-1863, p. S.J. & S. Stillwell
STILLWELL, Samuel J., b.1834, d.1895
STILLWELL, Sophia S., b.1826, d.1916, h. S.Stillwell
STILLWELL, William R., d.6-apr-1865, a.10y 1m 13d, p. B. & M. Stillwell
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