Lawndale Twp., McLean County, Illinois
Stones and piecesFOSTER, P.J., died April 7, 1863, age 37 years, 1 mo., 22 da., China, Wife of ?? Why should we mourn our father's loss Since death to him is bliss? He lives again; in faith he died And Christ has promised this. WILEY, Thomas R., died April 26, 1849, age 26 yrs., 4 mo. & T., died Aug 6, 1844. HENLINE, Tilgy Ann, dau. of M. and E. Henline, died Dec. 14, 1858, age ?? 23 da. Aug. ? Aged FOSTER, John, son of J.P. and C. Foster, died Oct. 1857, aged 8 months. HENLINE, Infant son of D. and C. Henline, died Oct. 25, 1855. HENLINE, Infant dau. of J. Jr. and C. Henline, died Sept. 21 ?? Cassandra, wife of David Henline, died Oct. 30, 1855 age 18 yrs., 11 mo., 9 da. BATTERTON, John, son of C. & M. Batterton. Infant, March 15, 1863, I take this little lamb Said he and lay it in my breast. (Footstone) J.B (Footstone) J.F. Died June 25, 1862, age 21 yrs., 1 mo. Why should we mourn our sons loss Death to him is bliss In faith he died God has promised this.
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