Today's Walk Through the Tombstones is at New South Park Cemetery in Martinsville, Indiana. It is also known as Green Lawn Cemetery and South Park Cemetery.
Born: March 21, 1845
Died: September 22, 1904
He served in the 130 Illinois Infantry, Company A.
He was married to Sarah A. Crary, who is listed just below him on the headstone.
Born: March 24, 1847
Died: July 21, 1925
They had at least two children:
Pearl Crary James (?-?) - unknown
Minnie B. Crary (?-?) - unknown
Here is the Eslinger family monument.
There are at least three graves around this monument. They are as follows:
William H. Eslinger would be the first, possibly the patron of the family.
Died: January 27, 1929
His wife, I believe, is nearby, Julia A. Eslinger.
and finally, Alonzo M. Eslinger, who may be a their son.
Our next stop is at the massive Mitchell family monument. There are many names shown here and we will go over each one.
First is the name of James V. Mitchell.
Born: October 15, 1842
Died: May 26, 1915
He is listed as a Civil War veteran, but I am not sure what regiment or company he served with.
Next is Ella F. Mitchell, James' wife.
Born: August 25, 1838
Died: July 16, 1896
Next is Alice L. Mitchell, also listed as James' wife.
Next is Ada M. Mitchell. I am not sure what her relation is to the others.
Finally, on this side, is Dick Draper Mitchell. I haven't found his relation to any of the others.
We now move on to the next side. The first name is Edgar V. Mitchell.
Born: March 5, 1852
Next is his wife, Mary E. Everson Mitchell.
Next is Emma E. Mitchell.
Just under her is J.M. Mitchell.
Next is Maud P. Mitchell. She is listed as being the wife of J.M. Mitchell.
Lastly, on this side of the monument, is that of Beatrice Mitchell, the daughter of J.M. and Maud Mitchell.
We now move to the next side with the first name listed being Charles J. Mitchell.
Born: May 14, 1857
His wife is listed next, Mary E. Lindsay Mitchell.
Next is Charles E. Mitchell.
Here is Charles E. Mitchell's wife, Bessie B. Mitchell.
Lastly, on this side, is that of Mary I. Mitchell.
The next side of the monument starts with Albert S. Mitchell.
Born: May 27, 1845
Died: September 26, 1903
He is listed as a Civil War veteran, but there is no information for what regiment or company.
Just under his name is that of Clara G. Reston Mitchell, the wife of Albert S. Mitchell listed above.
Born: September 21, 1848
Died: October 25, 1881
Next is Fred W. Mitchell, the son of Albert S. and Clara G. Mitchell.
Born: February 1, 1875
Died: November 22, 1888
Lastly is Albert B. Mitchell, the son of Albert S. and Clara G. Mitchell.
Born: October 16, 1877
Died: August 8, 1879
We now move to the next side of the monument and the first name of Sallie I. Mitchell Stout.
Born: April 23, 1859
Died: April 7, 1903
The next name is that of W.A. Stout, Sallie's husband.
Died: April 7, 1903.
They died on the same day, but I have no information as to what happened to them.
Next is Wesley A. Stout.
Born: December 7, 1857
Next is W. Morris H. Stout, the son of Wesley and Sallie Stout.
Born: February 14, 1896
Died: December 8, 1896
Next is Dick M. Stout, another son of Wesley and Sallie Stout.
Born: February 14, 1885
Died: August 8, 1885
Finally is M. May Stout, a daughter of Wesley and Sallie Stout.
Born: October 12, 1886
Died: November 20, 1887
The next side of the monument starts with James Madison Mitchell.
Born: November 28, 1809
Died: July 8, 1885
Just under his name is that of his wife, Mary A. Scott Mitchell.
Born: December 24, 1821
Died: January 5, 1894
Next is that of their son, Giles Mitchell.
Born: November 14, 1847
Died: July 11, 1848
Next is Laura A. Mitchell.
Born: September 7, 1854
Died: August 30, 1858
Lastly is Fannie Mitchell.
Born: January 7, 1862
Died: October 15, 1862
We now come to the last side of the monument and the only name listed, John K. Mitchell.
Born: November 7, 1840
Died: December 21, 1889
I am not sure of the relations of some of them as their is no information.
Our final stop is at that of Hannibal Young.
Died: April 7, 1904
He served in the Civil War in the 33rd Indiana Infantry, Company H. He mustered into service on September 16, 1861. I am not sure when he mustered out.
I hope that you have enjoyed your walk through New South Park Cemetery.
Please let me know if you have any questions or information about those listed here.
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