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Newburgh Cemetery
Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan

Lat: 42° 21' 28"N, Lon: 83° 23' 56"W

Cemetery is on Ann Arbor Trail between Wayne Rd. & Newburgh Rd. It was established in 1837, as the first cemetery in Livonia. Currently maintained by the City of Livonia.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Last edited Jul 04, 2006. Total records = 52.

Contributor's Index:

??, , b. 1824, d. 1898 (name unreadable), [JW]
Adams, Abner C., d. 12 Jan 1860, age: 51yr, [JW]
Adams, Mary Kingsley, d. 16 Mar 1903, 87yr, w/o William P., [JW]
Adams, William Henry, d. 24 Apr 1858, 17yr, s/o William & Mary, [JW]
Adams, William P., d. 19 Jul 1856, 43yr, h/o Mary, [JW]
Bassett, Henry D., Co. M 1st MI Engrs & Mech (Civil War), [JW]
Boehm, Louis, b. 1862, d. 1897 "Father", [JW]
Bortles, Thomas N., 14 yrs d. 8 Sep 1816, [JW]
Bradner, Mary, d. 24 Dec 1888, age: 48yr w/o J.J., [JW]
Bruskie, Benjamin, d. 11 Feb 1865, age: 59yr 7mo 15da, [JW]
Bunyea, Mary E., no dates, w/o C. J., [JW]
Clement, Joseph T., d. 10 Mar 1888, age: 60da, [JW]
Cooper, Amanda Wilson, b. 1869, d. 1901, [JW]
Farley, William, no dates, Co. H 1st MI Cav (Civil War), [JW]
Farwell, Crawford, no dates, Co. D 4th MI Cav (Civil War), [JW]
Godfrey, Nelson, d. 10 May 1879, age: 36da, [JW]
Hazen, Paul W., no dates, Clark's NY Mil (War 1812), [JW]
Herr, John H., d. 31 Aug 1864, Co. C 1st MI LA (Civil War), [JW]
Hoisington, Henry, b. 1827, d. 1893, Co. H 24th MI Inf (Civil War), [JW]
Joslin, Edith, b. 12 Oct 1867, d. 16 May 1910, [JW]
Joslyn, Marilla R., d. 16 Oct 1900, 70da, [JW]
King, William, no dates, Co. D 4th MI Cav (Civil War), [JW]
Kingsley, Betsey, d. 9 Aug 1820, age: 62da, [JW]
Kingsley, Carl E., b. 1866, d. 1952, h/o Jennie, [JW]
Kingsley, Jennie, b. 1869, d. 1952, w/o Carl, [JW]
Kingsley, Joseph, d. 29 Oct 1857, 76da, [JW]
Kingsley, Lucy, d. 19 Sep 1880, 94yr 6mo 9da, w/o Joseph, [JW]
Kingsley, Salmon Esq., d. 23 Sep 1827, Revolutionary War, [JW]
Macomber, Henry, no dates, Co. K 17th MI, [JW]
Macumber, Linton, d. 2 Aug 1816, age: 10yr, [JW]
Marsh, J. C., no dates, Co. E 9th MI Cav (Civil War), [JW]
McCumber, Charles H., b. Feb. 4, 1843, d. Jan. 25, 1844, s/o Reuben and Margaret Bortels McCumber, [JC]
McCumber, Margaret Bortels, b. 1810, d. May 1, 1858, w/o Reuben McCumber, [JC]
McCumber, Reuben, b. Aug. 24 (yrs. vary: 1806, 1812, 1818), d. Nov. 24, 1878, h/o Margaret ?, [JC]
McCumber, Steven Henry, b. 1831/3, d. Jun 2, 1878, h/o Emmeline ?, s/o Reuben and Margaret Bortels McCumber, [JC]
McFarlan, Mary, d. 16 Feb 1850, w/o D. A., [JW]
McLaughlin, Mildred A., b. 28 Aug 1906, d. 26 Nov 1937, w/o Van, [JW]
Morgan, Adelaide, b. 1843, d. no date, "Mother", [JW]
Morgan, Mordni, b. 1839, d. 1914, "Father", [JW]
Norris, Arthur H., d. 28 Nov 1868, 18yr 5mo 29 d., [JW]
Norris, E. J., no dates, Co. M 1st MI E 8 M (Civil War), [JW]
Norris, Fanny E., d. 4 Mar 1847, age: 1mo, 14da, d/o JD & EM, [JW]
Rose, John J., d. 10 Jun 1892, age: 41yr 1mo, [JW]
Ryder, Alfred, no dates, s/o Polly & David, (killed at Gettysburg), [JW]
Ryder, John, no dates, s/o Polly & David, (killed at Gettysburg), [JW]
Smith, William H., Co. L 1st OH H A (Civil War), [JW]
Sprague, Francis, b. 20 Nov 1885, d. 29 Jan 1960, MI Pvt Co D 3 Inf WWI, [JW]
Weed, Minot S. (Sgt), b. 1844, d. 1930, h/o Theresa, Co. C 24th MI Inf (Civil War), [JW]
Weed, Theresa, b. 1848, d. 1938, w/o Minot, [JW]
Williamson, William, d. 29 May 1883, age: 65da, [JW]
Wilson, Ira Lewis, b. 21 Dec 1896, d. 12 Jun 1912, s/o I & M, [JW]
Wonders, Forrest L., b. 1908, d. 1966, [JW]

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