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Wood Cemetery
Friendsville Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois

Contributed by Paul M. Kankula [kankula@bellsouth.net]. Total records = 19.

Located on the Newkirk farm, South of Friendsville, in Friendsville Precinct, 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

GARD, William R. d.19-aug-1881, a.22y 11m 7d
LITHERLAND, Mary b.24-apr-1818, d.17-apr-1898, a.79y 11m 24d
WOOD,Avalena d.29-oct-1841, a.10y 11m 18d, p. J. & C. Wood
WOOD, Eliza b.5-mar-1851, d.23-nov-1898, a.47y 8m 18d, h. J.C. Birkett
WOOD, Elizabeth b.15-sept-1869, d.16-dec-1875, p. J.R. & S. a.Wood
WOOD, Guy L. b.21-feb-1883, d.22-oct-1890, p. C. & N. Wood
WOOD, Hiram d.4-aug-1825, a.1m 9d, p. J. & C. Wood
WOOD, Infant d.9-july-1831, p. J. & C. Wood
WOOD, Jeremiah, Black Hawk, U.S. Marker
WOOD, John d.20-jan-1891, a.87y 1m 0d
WOOD, John, Ensign Maryland Militia, U. S. Marker
WOOD, Katharine d.?-oct-1878, a.70y 9m 17d, h. John Wood
WOOD, Marchall b.14-mar-1826, d.1-july-1893, a.67y 3m 17d
WOOD, Martha d.3-july-1870, a.7m 1d, p. S. & S.J. Wood
WOOD, Martha Ogle h.John Wood, sand stone marking only
WOOD, Rachel b.25-june-1840, d.28-apr-1880, h. V. Wood
WOOD, Sarah J. d.25-jan-1876, a.23y 4m 14d, h. Stephen Wood
WOOD, William d.25-jan-1876, a.29y 4m 23d, p. J & C. Wood
WOOD, William E. b.23-feb-1863, d.3-jan-1877, p. V. & H. Wood
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