Thursday, July 5, 2018

Christiansburg Cemetery

Today's Walk Through the Tombstones is at Christiansburg Cemetery in Christiansburg, Brown County, Indiana.

GPS Coordinates: 39.0906, -86.15195

We found this cemetery while on the way to another one and were pleasantly surprised by the great care taken to keep this active cemetery in good condition.  There are just under 700 burials listed for this cemetery. It's in a lovely, rural location surrounded by trees and farmland.

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 Our first stop today is at the grave of D. Adams.

Born: unknown
Died: March 21, 1860

Unfortunately, I have no information about him or his family.




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Here we have the grave of David Anthony.

Born: July 28, 1852, Belmont County, Ohio
Died: January 10, 1870, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of Peter Anthony (1819-1891) and Mary Jane Meeks Anthony (1823-1893).  Peter was born in Switzerland and his mother was born in Virginia.  Both are buried in Christiansburg Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
John Anthony (1842-1914) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William Christopher Anthony (1844-1896) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Henry Anthony (1846-1921) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Peter Anthony (1848-1888) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Samuel Anthony (1849-1937) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Charlotte Emaline Anthony Carmichael (1855-1942) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Mary Jeanette Anthony Mabe (1857-1895) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Arena Bell Anthony Reed (1859-1882) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Alice D. Anthony (1863-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Harvey Anthony.

Born: unknown
Died: March 6, 1884

He was the son of John Anthony (1842-1914) and Lucreta E. Knightler Anthony (1845-1919).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He had at least one sibling that I could find:
Margaret Anthony Garloch (1867-1974) - buried in Riverview Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have another Anthony grave.

This is for John Anthony.

Born: March 29, 1842
Died: February 1, 1914

He was the son of Peter Anthony (1819-1891) and Mary Jane Meeks Anthony (1823-1893).  Peter was born in Switzerland and his mother was born in Virginia.  Both are buried in Christiansburg Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
William Christopher Anthony (1844-1896) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Henry Anthony (1846-1921) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Peter Anthony (1848-1888) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Samuel Anthony (1849-1937) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Charlotte Emaline Anthony Carmichael (1855-1942) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Mary Jeanette Anthony Mabe (1857-1895) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Arena Bell Anthony Reed (1859-1882) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Alice D. Anthony (1863-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

He was married to Lucretia E. Knightler Anthony, who is listed below him on the headstone.

Born: July 10, 1845, Belmont County, Ohio
Died: January 23, 1919, Freetown, Jackson County, Indiana

I am unsure as to who her parents were or whether or not she had any siblings.

She and John had a couple of children:
Harvey Anthony (?-1884) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret Anthony Garloch (1867-1974) - buried in Riverview Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

There is a symbol of some sort on the top of the headstone but I haven't been able to make it what it was for.  At one point, there had been a flag in front of the headstone, so I am not sure if he served in the Civil War or not.

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This is the grave of young Ida Jane Ault.

Born: unknown
Died: August 21, 1870

She was the child of Jacob Ault (1842-1925) and Mary Jane (Adeline??) Spaulding Ault (1847-1922).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.  There is some confusion about her mother's middle name.  One source has Jane and another shows Adeline.  I can find no records of a Mary Jane Spaulding married to a Jacob Ault, but I can find Mary Adeline Spaulding, so we are going to assume that she is the mother.

She would have had several siblings:
Minnie Pearl Ault Lorance (1878-1954) - buried in Cheney Grove Township Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois
Adah B. Clark (1883-1969) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Lelia G. Ault McKinney (1888-1961) - buried in Daugherty Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Iva Grace Ault Garloch Morris (1890-1964) - buried in Freetown Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana

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Here the grave of Mary and Jacob Ault.  We will start with Mary.

Mary Adeline Spaulding Ault.

Born: December 29, 1847
Died: December 18, 1922

I don't have any information on her parents or any siblings.

She was the wife of Jacob Ault (1842-1925), who is listed next to her on the headstone.

Born: August 6, 1842
Died: November 21, 1925

He was the son of George Ault (1793-1875) and his second wife, Emma Amy Battin Ault (1810-1891).   George is buried in Long Grove Cemetery, Macon County, Illinois, while Amy is buried in Newman Cemetery, Douglas County, Illinois, though there isn't any proof it seems.

He had several siblings:
Valentine Ault (1818-1895) - buried in Northern Cemetery, Belmont County, Ohio
Levi Ault (1839-1905) - buried in Point Pleasant Cemetery, Macon County, Illinois
Jesse Ault (1840-1915) - buried in Brookside Cemetery, Tipton County, Indiana (served in the Civil War with his brother Henry in Company C, 6th Indiana Regiment)
Henry Ault (1844-1935) - buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles County, California (served in the Civil War with his brother Jesse in Company C, 6th Indiana Regiment; he was taken as a prisoner, contracted smallpox and was exchanged to be sent home; he eventually moved to Colorado and started a stage coach line.)
Lewis Ault (1848-1935) - buried in Butler Cemetery, DeKalb County, Indiana.

Jacob Ault was named postmaster of the Beck's Grove post office on September 6, 1889.  He is also listed as having been postmaster of the Beck Post Office starting on April 17, 1897, but the location of that one is unknown, but it would appear that the Beck branch opened up a few days after the Becks Grove location was closed.

You can also find Jacob Ault's name on the plaque downtown in Nashville in front of the courthouse, where it shows his Civil War service in Company B, 22nd Indiana Infantry.  There are several other Ault's listed in various wars.

Jacob and Mary has several children:
Ida Jane Ault (?-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Marietta May Ault (?-1872) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Minnie Pearl Ault Lorance (1878-1954) - buried in Cheney Grove Township Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois
Adah B. Clark (1883-1969) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Lelia G. Ault McKinney (1888-1961) - buried in Daugherty Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Iva Grace Ault Garloch Morris (1890-1964) - buried in Freetown Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Mariette May Ault.

Born: unknown
Died: October 1, 1872

She was the young child of Jacob Ault (1842-1925) and Mary Jane (Adeline??) Spaulding Ault (1847-1922).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.  There is some confusion about her mother's middle name.  One source has Jane and another shows Adeline.  I can find no records of a Mary Jane Spaulding married to a Jacob Ault, but I can find Mary Adeline Spaulding, so we are going to assume that she is the mother.

Had she lived she would have had several siblings:
Ida Jane Ault (?-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Minnie Pearl Ault Lorance (1878-1954) - buried in Cheney Grove Township Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois
Adah B. Clark (1883-1969) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Lelia G. Ault McKinney (1888-1961) - buried in Daugherty Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Iva Grace Ault Garloch Morris (1890-1964) - buried in Freetown Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Eathel Brock.

Born: January 11, 1889
Died June 9, 1894

She was the daughter of Johnson M. Brock (1860-1940) and Mary Catharine Zimmerman Brock (1859-1894).  He is buried in Freetown Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana, while she is buried near Eathel in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.  Mary died about a month after Eathel, though I am not sure why.

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This is the grave of Mary Catharine Zimmerman Brock.

Born: August 23, 1859
Died: July 4, 1894

I am unsure of who her parents were or whether or not she had any siblings.

She was the first wife of Johnson M. Brock (1860-1940) who is buried in Freetown Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana with is second wife.

They had one child:
Eathel Brock (1889-1894) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

Mary Catharine passed away about a month after Eathel did.  I haven't found the reason why their death dates are so close, but one can imagine.

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This is the grave for Amanda Emma Roush Brown.

Born: October 14, 1870
Died: September 30, 1955

She was the daughter of George Washington Roush (1817-1908) and his second wife, Mary Powell Roush (1830-1895).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

She had at least one sibling:
George Washington Roush (1854-1932) - buried in Christansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

She was married first to Charles M. King (1868-1894) in 1891.  He was buried in New Bellsville Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

Her second husband was Arthur Jackson (?-?).  I have no information on him.

I am wondering if she was married a third time as her last name shown is Brown.

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Here we have the grave of David Buchanon.

Born: September 7, 1851, Morgan County, Ohio
Died: May 23, 1870, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of John Buchanan (1824-1856) and Rebecca Smith Buchanan (1827-1899).  They are both buried nearby in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He had two siblings:
Martha Buchanan Nickerson (1849-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Mary E. Buchanan (1855-?) - burial unknown

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This is the grave of John Buchanan.

Born: December 7, 1824
Died: May 11, 1856

I am unsure who his parents were or whether or not he had any siblings.

He was married to Rebecca Buchanan Smith (1827-1899).  She is buried with him at Christiansburg Cemetery in Brown County, Indiana.  Her name is shown on the other side of the monument.

They had three children:
Martha Buchanan Nickerson (1849-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
David Buchanon (1851-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Mary E. Buchanan (1855-?) - burial unknown

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Here we have the grave of Amos W. Carmichael.

Born: February 16, 1862
Died April 3, 1868

He was the son of Joseph C. Carmichael (1829-1877) and Mahala Annis Raney Carmichael-Wilson (1833-1907).  They were married on March 15, 1854.  She is buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, though his gravesite has not yet been located.

He had a few siblings that I have been able to find:
Mary C. Carmichael (1857-1873) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
George L. Carmichael (1859-1859) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Flora Elnora Carmichael (1869-1871) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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This is the grave for Elizabeth Holt Carmichael.

Born: May 10, 1795
Died: August 26, 1855

I am unsure of her parents names or whether or not she had any siblings.

She was married to Thomas Carmichael (1801-1875) who shares the other side of the stone with her at Christiansburg Cemetery.  This is a newer stone.  The original stone was next to this one and showed the misspelling of the last name as "Curmical".

The had one child that I have found:
John Curmical (1823-1853) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana. (name is spelled wrong on the headstone)
Robert Carmichael (1824-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
James Carmichael (1831-1873) -buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos Worley Carmichael (1832-1907) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

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This is the other side of the stone for Thomas Carmichael.

Born: May 18, 1801
Died: April 15, 1875

I don't have any information on his parents or any siblings.

He was married to Elizabeth Holt Carmichael (1795-1855).  She is on the other side of the stone in Christiansburg Cemetery. The original stone was next to this one and showed the misspelling of the last name as "Curmical".

The had one child that I have found:
John Curmical (1823-1853) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana. (name is spelled wrong on the headstone)
Robert Carmichael (1824-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
James Carmichael (1831-1873) -buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos Worley Carmichael (1832-1907) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

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This is the grave of Flora Elnora Carmichael.

Born: November 25, 1869
Died: March 18, 1871

She was the daughter of Joseph C. Carmichael (1829-1877) and Mahala Annis Raney Carmichael-Wilson (1833-1907).  They were married on March 15, 1854.  She is buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, though his gravesite has not yet been located.

She had a few siblings that I have been able to find:
Mary C. Carmichael (1857-1873) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
George L. Carmichael (1859-1859) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos W. Carmichael (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here we have a lovely tree grave for James Carmichael.

Born: September 19, 1831
Died: September 27, 1873

He was the son of Thomas Carmichael (1801-1875) and Elizabeth Holt Carmichael (1795-1855).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He had one sibling that I am aware of:
John Curmical (1823-1853) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana. (name is spelled wrong on the headstone)
Robert Carmichael (1824-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos Worley Carmichael (1832-1907) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He was married twice.  His first wife was Phobe Brown (?-?).  I am unsure where she is buried or whether or not they had any children.

His second wife was Louisianna Rebecca "Lucy" Boyer Guthrey Carmichael (1834-1917).  They were married in 1858 in Brown County, Indiana.  She is buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

They had seven children, but I only have a few names:
George Carmichael (1863-1930) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
James S. Carmichael (1871-1900) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mrs. Wesley Rudolph (?-?) - burial unknown
Mary Carmichael Morgan (?-?) - burial unknown

James has a lovely tree stump headstone which was usually provided by the Woodsmen of the World which was an insurance company that gave these stones to their members.

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We now stop at the grave of Mary C. Carmichael.

Born: August 10, 1857
Died: November 26, 1873

She was the daughter of Joseph C. Carmichael (1829-1877) and Mahala Annis Raney Carmichael-Wilson (1833-1907).  They were married on March 15, 1854.  She is buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, though his gravesite has not yet been located.

She had a few siblings that I have been able to find:
George L. Carmichael (1859-1859) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos W. Carmichael (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Flora Elnora Carmichael (1869-1871) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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This is the grave of Sarah Ann Carmichael.

Born: unknown
Died: June 12, 1875

She was the six month old daughter of L.H. Carmichael (?-?) and E. Carmichael (?-?).  I have no other information for them or any siblings.





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Here we have the grave of George L. Carmichael.

Born: June 16, 1859
Died: August 10, 1859

He was the infant son of Joseph C. Carmichael (1829-1877) and Mahala Annis Raney Carmichael-Wilson (1833-1907).  They were married on March 15, 1854.  She is buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, though his gravesite has not yet been located.

He had a few siblings that I have been able to find:
Mary C. Carmichael (1857-1873) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos W. Carmichael (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Flora Elnora Carmichael (1869-1871) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Susannah "Susie" Collins Carmichael.

Born: 1840
Died: July 14, 1875

She was the daughter of Reverend John Stark Collins (1809-1887) and Susannah Walker Adams Collins (1809-1885).  They are both buried in Everdon and Old Tower Cemetery in Crawford County, Indiana.

She had a couple of siblings that I have been able to locate:
Amanda Ann Collins Bingaman (1833-1914) - buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Monroe County, Iowa
John Wesley Collins (1835-1907) - buried in Everdon and Old Tower Cemetery, Crawford County, Indiana.

She was the first wife of Amos Worley Carmichael (1832-1907).  He is buried in Christansburg Cemetery.  He served in the Civil War as a Union Soldier in Company H of the 82nd Indiana Infantry.

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Here is the grave for John Curmical.

Born: April 16, 1823
Died: November 16, 1853

He was the son of Thomas Carmichael (1801-1875) and Elizabeth Holt Carmichael (1795-1855).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He had a few siblings:
Robert Carmichael (1824-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
James Carmichael (1831-1873) -buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Amos Worley Carmichael (1832-1907) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

Note the misspelling of the name on the headstone.  From what I have read, his parents names were misspelled as well, though they have a newer, replacement stone.

He was married to Sarah Ann Kinney Carmichael (?-?).  I am unsure as to where she is buried.

They had one child that I have found:
Leander Carmichael (1847-1898) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here is the grave for Margret Susan Enis.

Born: January 25, 1862, Brown County, Indiana
Died: August 2, 1881, Indiana

She was the daughter of Fredrick Enes (1828-1904) and Salome Bergdoll Enes (1829-1920).   They are both buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery in Orange County, Indiana.  Frederick Enes was active in the Civil War.  He was a Private in Company H of the 82nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  He mustered into service on August 30th, 1862 and saw actions in the follows battles: Perrysville, Stone's River, Chicamauga, Chattanooga, Kennesaw Mountain, Sherman's March to the Sea and Atlanta as well as some others.  He was discharged from service on June 9, 1865.  He has a wonderful commemorative stone with a plaque at Moore's Ridge Cemetery.

She had many siblings:
Barbara Enes Kinsey (1854-1930) - buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Elizabeth Enes Skinner (1856-1881) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
John Adams Enes (1858-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Lucy Anna Enes Walls (1859-1947) - buried in Sulphur Creek Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Charles L. Enes (1866-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William H. Enes (1868-1871) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Mary Alice Enis Moore (1870-1928) - buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Emma Enes Carnes (1874-1959) - buried in Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana

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We now stop at the memorial headstone for Lieutenant J. W. Hendricks.

Born: unknown
Died: unknown

He was a lieutenant in Company K of the 62nd Ohio Infantry.

I haven't been able to find any information about him at all, though I believe that his father was William Hendricks (1794-1871) and his mother was Margaret Brewer Hendricks (1812-1895).  They are both buried near his memorial stone.




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Here we have the grave of William Hendricks.

Born: March 30, 1794, Pennsylvania
Died: October 7, 1871, Brown County, Indiana

I don't have any information about his parents as of yet, nor any siblings.

He was married to Margaret Brewer Hendricks (1812-1895).  Notes show that her name is on the same stone as his, but I doubt that, though she is probably buried nearby in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

They had three children:
Thomas A Hendricks (1839-1920) - buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Joseph W. Hendricks (1842-?) - burial unknown, though he could be the J.W. Hendricks memorial headstone that was nearby
Mary C. Hendricks (1845-?) - burial unknown
John A Hendricks (1855-1928) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, Colorado (there is a photo of him with the inscription stating "Champion pistol shot Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah") (NOTE: I am unsure of this connection as his name is not listed in the comprehensive Brown County Families survey that was done.  It is not impossible, but seems a little off.)

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Here we have the grave for Margaret and Johnathon Hines.

First is Margaret Thompson Hines

Born: August 3, 1847, Ohio
Died: April 4, 1928, Indiana

She was the daughter of Henry Thompson (1812-1893) and Nancy Firrel Thompson (1818-1903).  He was born in Ohio and She was born in Pennsylvania.  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery.

She had a few siblings:
Jane Thompson Fivecoats (1842-1918) - buried in Mount Healthy Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1923) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Sarah Thompson (?-1857) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Lewis Thompson (1852-?) - burial unknown, though he may be buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana

Next in Johnathon Hines.

Born: October 20, 1835, Virginia
Died: March 2, 1922, Indiana

He was the son of David Hines (?-?) and Mary Jo Hines (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried.

They had at least four children that I have found:
Nancy Jane Hines (1867-1900) - burial unknown
Mary Evelyn Hines (1870-1949) -burial unknown
John H. Hines (1875-1943) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana (headstone has 1878 as his birth date)
Charles Hines (1882-1948) - burial unknown

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Here is the memorial headstone for John J. Huffsteadler.

Born: 1835, Tennessee
Died: December 30, 1909, Indiana

I don't have any information his parents or any siblings, but I do know that his name is spelled alternatively as "Huffstutler".

He served in Company K of the First Tennessee Infantry.  I didn't see a regular family headstone for him.

He was married to Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1929).  She was born in Ohio, but I haven't found where she was buried.

They had several children:
Elizabeth "Lizzie" C. Huffstutler Jordan Miller (1867-1886) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Nancy Margaret Huffstutler (1868-1956) - burial unknown
Mary Jane Huffstutler (1871-?) - burial unknown
Henry J. Huffstutler (1873-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Levi C. Huffstutler (1876-1911) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Ella Huffstutler (1880-?) - burial unknown
John William Huffstutler (1883-1957) - burial unknown

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This is the headstone of Henry J. Huffstutler.

Born: January 13, 1873
Died: September 13, 1893

He is listed as being the son of John J. Huffsteadler (1835-1909) and Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1929).  Their lasted name is also spelled Huffstutler in some places.

He had several siblings:
Elizabeth "Lizzie" C. Huffstutler Jordan Miller (1867-1886) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Nancy Margaret Huffstutler (1868-1956) - burial unknown
Mary Jane Huffstutler (1871-?) - burial unknown
Levi C. Huffstutler (1876-1911) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Ella Huffstutler (1880-?) - burial unknown
John William Huffstutler (1883-1957) - burial unknown

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Here we have the grave of Mary Ann Thompson Huffstutler.

Born: May 31, 1845, Ohio
Died: May 7, 1929

She was the daughter of Henry Thompson (1812-1893) and Nancy Firrell Thompson (1818-1903).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

She had a few siblings:
Jane Thompson Fivecoats (1842-1918) - buried in Mount Healthy Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Thompson Hines (1847-1928) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Sarah Thompson (?-1857) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Lewis Thompson (1852-?) - burial unknown, though he may be buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana

She was  married to John J. Huffsteadler (1835-1909).  He was a Confederate Soldier that served in the Tennessee Infantry.  He is buried near her in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

They had several children:
Elizabeth "Lizzie" C. Huffstutler Jordan Miller (1867-1886) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Nancy Margaret Huffstutler (1868-1956) - burial unknown
Mary Jane Huffstutler (1871-?) - burial unknown
Henry J. Huffstutler (1873-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Levi C. Huffstutler (1876-1911) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Ella Huffstutler (1880-?) - burial unknown
John William Huffstutler (1883-1957) - burial unknown

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We now stop at the grave of young Henry W. Kinsley.

Born: June 17, 1857, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana
Died: October 27, 1864, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of Henry Kinsley (?-?) and Sarah A. Kinney/Kinsley (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried or whether or not he had any siblings.





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He we have the grave of Cyrus R. Mabe.

Born: August 22, 1856, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana
Died: January 18, 1858, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of James Madison Mabe (1820-1896) and Anna Noblet Mabe (1822-1906).  They were married in Brown County, Indiana, but I am not sure when.  They were buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.

He had several siblings:
Sylvanus Mabe (1844-1940) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Hiram Mabe (1845-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Vandevier Ray Mabe (1847-1909) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Williamson Mabe (1848-1879) - buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Young County, Texas
Levi Mabe (1850-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William Matthew Mabe (1851-1936) - buried in Derden Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas (he bought and operated the first cotton gin in Hill County, Texas)
Mary Jane Mabe Hancher (1854-1947) - buried in Bradshaw Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
Infant Mabe (1856-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret  Mabe Craig (1858-1956) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
James M. Mabe (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David Wilson Mabe (1868-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Hiram Mabe.

Born: August 9, 1845, Brown County, Indiana
Died: November 11, 1870, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of James Madison Mabe (1820-1896) and Anna Noblet Mabe (1822-1906).  They were married in Brown County, Indiana, but I am not sure when.  They were buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.

He had several siblings:
Sylvanus Mabe (1844-1940) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Vandevier Ray Mabe (1847-1909) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Williamson Mabe (1848-1879) - buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Young County, Texas
Levi Mabe (1850-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William Matthew Mabe (1851-1936) - buried in Derden Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas (he bought and operated the first cotton gin in Hill County, Texas)
Mary Jane Mabe Hancher (1854-1947) - buried in Bradshaw Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
Infant Mabe (1856-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Cyrus R. Mabe (1856-1858) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret  Mabe Craig (1858-1956) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
James M. Mabe (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David Wilson Mabe (1868-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave of the Infant Daughter Mabe.

Born: August 22, 1856, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana
Died: August 26, 1856, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

She was the daughter of James Madison Mabe (1820-1896) and Anna Noblet Mabe (1822-1906).  They were married in Brown County, Indiana, but I am not sure when.  They were buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.

She would have had several siblings:
Sylvanus Mabe (1844-1940) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Hiram Mabe (1845-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Vandevier Ray Mabe (1847-1909) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Williamson Mabe (1848-1879) - buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Young County, Texas
Levi Mabe (1850-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William Matthew Mabe (1851-1936) - buried in Derden Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas (he bought and operated the first cotton gin in Hill County, Texas)
Mary Jane Mabe Hancher (1854-1947) - buried in Bradshaw Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
Cyrus R. Mabe (1856-1858) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret  Mabe Craig (1858-1956) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
James M. Mabe (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David Wilson Mabe (1868-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of James M. "Jimmy" Mabe.

Born: August 29, 1862, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana
Died: May 5, 1868, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of James Madison Mabe (1820-1896) and Anna Noblet Mabe (1822-1906).  They were married in Brown County, Indiana, but I am not sure when.  They were buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.

He would have had several siblings:
Sylvanus Mabe (1844-1940) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Hiram Mabe (1845-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Vandevier Ray Mabe (1847-1909) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Williamson Mabe (1848-1879) - buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Young County, Texas
Levi Mabe (1850-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William Matthew Mabe (1851-1936) - buried in Derden Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas (he bought and operated the first cotton gin in Hill County, Texas)
Mary Jane Mabe Hancher (1854-1947) - buried in Bradshaw Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
Cyrus R. Mabe (1856-1858) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Infant Daughter Mabe (1856-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret  Mabe Craig (1858-1956) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
David Wilson Mabe (1868-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of Levi Mabe.

Born: June 4, 1850, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana
Died: October 2, 1856, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

He was the son of James Madison Mabe (1820-1896) and Anna Noblet Mabe (1822-1906).  They were married in Brown County, Indiana, but I am not sure when.  They were buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.

He would have had several siblings:
Sylvanus Mabe (1844-1940) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Hiram Mabe (1845-1870) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Vandevier Ray Mabe (1847-1909) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
Williamson Mabe (1848-1879) - buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Young County, Texas
William Matthew Mabe (1851-1936) - buried in Derden Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas (he bought and operated the first cotton gin in Hill County, Texas)
Mary Jane Mabe Hancher (1854-1947) - buried in Bradshaw Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
Cyrus R. Mabe (1856-1858) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Infant Daughter Mabe (1856-1856) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret  Mabe Craig (1858-1956) - buried in Clayton Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana
James M. Mabe (1862-1868) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David Wilson Mabe (1868-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave for Elizabeth C. "Lizzie" Huffsteadler Jordan Miller

Born: July 23, 1867
Died: July 12, 1886

She is listed as being the daughter of John J. Huffsteadler (1835-1909) and Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1929).  Their lasted name is also spelled Huffstutler in some places.

She had several siblings:
Nancy Margaret Huffstutler (1868-1956) - burial unknown
Mary Jane Huffstutler (1871-?) - burial unknown
Henry J. Huffstutler (1873-1893) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Levi C. Huffstutler (1876-1911) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Ella Huffstutler (1880-?) - burial unknown
John William Huffstutler (1883-1957) - burial unknown

At the young age of 18, she had already been married twice. Her first husband was Henry L. Jordan (?-?).  I am unsure as to when they were married, why it didn't last or where he is buried, but I believe that he may have been buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana, though I don't have any proof.

I did find that her name was Elizabeth Jordan when she remarried to Elmer Miller (?-?).  They were married on November 12, 1885 which was less than a year before she passed away.  She died a few days after their son, Tiney Miller (1886-1886), was born.

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This is the grave of Tiney Miller.

Born: July 8, 1886
Died: September 8, 1886

He was the newborn son of Elmer Miller (?-?) and Elizabeth C. "Lizzie" Huffsteadler Jordan Miller (1867-1886).  I am unsure where Elmer is buried, but Elizabeth is buried near him in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.  She died just a few days after he was born.

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Here we have the grave of Margaret Magilton Mobley.

Born: August 1, 1813, Pennsylvania
Died: March 7, 1875, Brown County, Indiana

I am unsure as to who her parents were or whether or not she had any siblings.

I have found that she was the first wife of Andrew Mobley (1817-1880).  I am not sure where he was buried or if they had any children.

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Here we have the grave of the Infant Son Nickerson.

Born: April 7, 1887
Died: April 9, 1887

He was the newborn son of Henry William Nickerson (1843-1920) and Martha Buchanon Nickerson (1849-1915).   They are both buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

He had he lived he would have had at least two siblings:
John Nickerson (1869-1904) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Dora Merta Nickerson (?-1877) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David S. Nickerson (1878-1912) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
James E. Nickerson (1881-1894) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana


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This is the grave of Dora Merta Nickerson.

Born: unknown
Died: February 12, 1877

She was the newborn daughter of Henry William Nickerson (1843-1920) and Martha Buchanon Nickerson (1849-1915).   They are both buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

He had he lived he would have had at least two siblings:
John Nickerson (1869-1904) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
David S. Nickerson (1878-1912) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
James E. Nickerson (1881-1894) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Infant Son Nickerson (1887-1887) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of James E. Nickerson.

Born: May 1, 1881
Died: December 10, 1894

He was the son of Henry William Nickerson (1843-1920) and Martha Buchanon Nickerson (1849-1915).   They are both buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

He had he least three siblings:
John Nickerson (1869-1904) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.
Dora Merta Nickerson (?-1877) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
David S. Nickerson (1878-1912) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Infant Son Nickerson (1887-1887) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Lottie Estella Noblet.

Born: November 28, 1881
Died: January 21, 1883

She was the infant daughter of Winfield Scott Noblet (1854-1936) and Hannah Jane Roush Noblet (1857-1947).  Both are buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

She had three other siblings:
Oliver Otis Noblet (1879-1958) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Flora Alice Noblet Swain (1885-1956) - buried in Friends Cemetery, Putnam County Illinois.
Horace Noblitt (1887-1956) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

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This is the grave for Scottie Otis Noblitt.

Born:  July 11, 1911
Died: August 19, 1921

He was the son of Homer Noblitt (1887-1956) and Mary Shultz Noblitt (1886-1955).  They are both buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

He had at least three siblings that I have found:
Karl W. Noblitt (1910-1993) - buried in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Johnson County, Indiana.
First Lieutenant Charles Glenn Noblitt (1920-1944) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana (he was killed in England in a plane crash on May 23, 1944; he was a B-24 squadron navigator and participated in missions over Germany, receiving the Flying Cross and Air Medal for his service.)
Lois Noblitt Elkins (?-?) - burial unknown

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This is the grave of George Orth.

Born: October 12, 1805
Died: January 24, 1879

Unfortunately, I have no information for his family.






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This is the grave of Annie Pierce.

Born: December 25, 1820
Died: February 5, 1908

She was the wife of C.T. Pierce (?-?).  I haven't been able to find any information about him or whether or not they had any children.

Her headstone was in two pieces the day that we were there, the top laying on its face on the ground in front.


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We now stop at the grave of the Infant Son Roush.

Born: April 29, 1917
Died: April 29, 1917

He was the son of Ivan Kenton Roush (1893-1952) and Ressa Mable Sullivan Roush (1896-1985).  They are both buried Rest Haven Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.  They were married on June 6, 1916.

Had he survived, he would have had several siblings:
Golda "Geneva" Edelle Roush Thompson (1918-1996) - buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana
Doyle Wayne Roush (1921-2006) - buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana
Darrell Eugene Roush (1923-1993) -  buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Glenna Lenora Roush (1925-2013) - buried in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Johnson County, Indiana
Wilma Virginia Roush Finecy (1928-2010) - buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Kenton Lavonne Roush (1931-?) - burial unknown
Harold Keith Roush (1937-2003) - buried in Daytona Memorial Park, Volusia County, Florida

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Here is the grave of Warren Roush.

Born: March 27, 1920
Died: January 21, 1921

He was the son of Ola Roush (1896-1972) and Nettie Pruitt Roush (1896-1992).  They are buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

I don't know if they had any other children.


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This is the grave of William H. Roush.

Born: unknown
Died: November 10, 1853.

He was the son of George Washington Roush, Sr. (1817-1908) and Mary "Nettie" Powell Roush (1830-1895).  They are both buried in Christiansburg Cemetery nearby.

He would have had at least one sibling:
George Washington Roush, Jr. (1854-1932) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

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Here is the grave of Elizabeth Enes Skinner.

Born: June 17, 1856, Brown County, Indiana
Died: August 17, 1881, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Fredrick Enes (1828-1904) and Salome Bergdoll Enes (1829-1920).   They are both buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery in Orange County, Indiana.  Frederick Enes was active in the Civil War.  He was a Private in Company H of the 82nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  He mustered into service on August 30th, 1862 and saw actions in the follows battles: Perrysville, Stone's River, Chicamauga, Chattanooga, Kennesaw Mountain, Sherman's March to the Sea and Atlanta as well as some others.  He was discharged from service on June 9, 1865.  He has a wonderful commemorative stone with a plaque at Moore's Ridge Cemetery.

She had many siblings:
Barbara Enes Kinsey (1854-1930) - buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
John Adams Enes (1858-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Lucy Anna Enes Walls (1859-1947) - buried in Sulphur Creek Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Margaret Susan Enes (1862-1881) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Charles L. Enes (1866-1879) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
William H. Enes (1868-1871) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Mary Alice Enis Moore (1870-1928) - buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Emma Enes Carnes (1874-1959) - buried in Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana


She was the wife of James Madison Skinner (1855-1929).  They were married in 1879 and he is buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

They had at least one child that I am aware of:
William Frederick Skinner (1881-1956) - buried in Stilesville Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of John Spalding.

Born: unknown
Died: July 8, 1857

He was 26 years old when he died.  I have no other information about him or his family.  There are some other Spalding headstones nearby, but I am uncertain of any family connection.



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We now stop at the grave of William Stidman.

Born: August 16, 1851
Died: August 6, 1857

This was the young son of George W. Stidman (?-1893) and Margaret A. Stevens Stidman (?-?).   He is buried nearby in Christiansburg Cemetery, but I am unsure as to where she is buried.  I have found no references for any other children, so I am not sure if William had any siblings.



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Here is the grave of the Infant Child Story.

Born: September 10, 1862
Died: September 10, 1862

She was the daughter of George A. Story (1845-?) and Mariah Wadsworth Story (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried.

She was born with a twin by the looks of it, but he died a few years later:
David W. Story (1862-1865) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana

I don't know if there were any other children born to her parents.

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Here is the grave of Jane Morrison Story.

Born: 1817, Ohio
Died: November 30, 1872, Indiana

I am unsure as to who here parents were or if she had any siblings.

She was the second wife of Doctor George P. Story (1809-1881).  I haven't found his burial location as of yet. 

They had at least two children that I am aware of:
Enoch Story (1840-1908) - burial unknown
George A. Story (1845-?) - burial unknown

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Now we stop at the grave of Nancy Farrell Thompson.

Born: January 18, 1818, Pennsylvania
Died: June 23, 1903, Van Buren Township, Brown County, Indiana

I am unsure as to who her parents were or where they were buried.  I also am not sure how many siblings she had, if there were any.

She was the wife of Henry Thompson (1812-1893) who was born in Ohio.  He is buried nearby in Christiansburg Cemetery.

They had several children :
Jane Thompson Fivecoats (1842-1918) - buried in Mount Healthy Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1923) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret Thompson Hines (1847-1929) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Sarah Thompson (?-1857) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Lewis Thompson (1852-?) - burial unknown, though he may be buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana

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This is the grave of Sarah Thompson.

Born: unknown
Died: June 8, 1857

She was the young daughter of Henry Thompson (1812-1893) and Nancy Farrell Thompson (1818-1903).  They are both buried nearby in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

She had several siblings:
Jane Thompson Fivecoats (1842-1918) - buried in Mount Healthy Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Ann Thompson Huffsteadler (1845-1923) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Margaret Thompson Hines (1847-1929) - buried in Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
Lewis Thompson (1852-?) - burial unknown, though he may be buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Barbary Wilson.

Born: September 5, 1825
Died: September 16, 1886

She was the wife of John R. Wilson (1832-1901).  He was born in Ohio, but I am not sure where he was buried.

They had two children together that I have been able to find so far:
Mary Ann Wilson (1844-1868) - burial unknown
Robert A. Wilson (1846-1922) - burial unknown

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Our final stop today is at the grave of William Zimmerman.

Born: unknown
Died: July 15, 1868

I have no information on his parents or any siblings.  He did serve in the Civil War in the 50th Indiana Volunteer Infantry.

He was married to Martha J. Edgar Zimmerman (?-?) on September 20, 1857.  Her name is on the other side of the larger, more modern monument at Christiansburg Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

I am unsure of how many children they had, or if there were any.

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I hope that you have enjoyed your walk through Christiansburg Cemetery in Brown County, Indiana.

As always, please let me know if you have any further information about any of the graves mentioned here.

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