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Hill Cemetery
Cass County, Nebraska

Sec 24, South Bend Township
Lat: 40°59'39"N, Lon: 96°15'15"W

This listing was contributed by Anne Braun, Jun 27, 2002, last edited Jun 02, 2011 [annieb1961@comcast.net].  Total records = 15.

From South Bend, go 1 mile west on Highway 66 until you reach Suzanne Rd then turn and go south/southwest about 1.75 miles. The cemetery is surrounded by a stone wall on the south side of the road.

It is a small pioneer cemetery south of South Bend. It is neglected with tall grass and weeds. Some of the headstones were hard to read.

The cemetery contains most of the Hill family and thier relatives, William D Hill homesteaded the land where the cemetery is in 1856. The cemetery is neglected and some of the headstones are hard to read.

There were a few headstones that I could not read, when I went to this cemetery on Jun 22, 2002. I walked the cemetery again on Oct 11, 2002.

- Anne Braun

Hill, Elilezer, d. Oct 14, 1892, age 71yr 5mo 12da
Hill, Jane, d. Sep 8, 1872, age 11mo 13da
Hill, Lurie E., d. Sep 16, 1874, age 5yr 3mo 18da
Hill, Nancy J., b. Apr 30, 1840, d. Mar 14, 1919, s/w William
Hill, William D., b. Mar 13, 1833, d. Dec 13, 1915
Hill, William J., d. Oct 20, 1877, age 7yr and 6 months, s/o William and Nancy
Suits, Robert L., b. Mar 8, 1868, d. Oct 30, 1882, s/o Ephraim and Deborah
Tarpenning, Alta, d. Oct 5 1888
Tarpenning, Alta, d. Oct 5, 1888, d/o J.H. and V.C. Tarpenning
Tarpenning, Clara, b. Mar 19, 1857, d. Nov 23, 1909
Tarpenning, Elva M., b. Jan 27, 1879, d. Dec 13, 1902
Thorp, Laura L., d. Jul 18, 1897, age 2yr 8mo 18da, d/o B.H. and M.E. Thorp
Thorpe, Laura, d. Jul 15 1897, age 2yr 8mo 18da, d/o B.H. and M.E. Thorpe
Worrell, John B., b. Oct 9, 1816, d. Mar 10 1884
Worrell, Rhoda, d. Oct 29, 1879, age 54yr 11mo 4da, s/w John
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