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East Hill Cemetery

Dave Harlan — There are some interesting headstones here. Wendell Wilkie’s grave needs more signs because it’s hard to find.

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Jeania — One of the most beautiful cemeteries I have seen. The grounds were meticulously cared for.

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Andrew Chandler — Its really a pretty place and a peaceful place for a walk.

Reviewed on Google on Oct. 29, 2019, 6:19 p.m.

Craig Arnett — This is the best cemetery around. They care about what they do. The grounds people take pride in taking care of the families that are there. The office answers all the questions and if they don't know they will find out. They have a lot of history there.

Reviewed on Google on Dec. 16, 2018, 3:58 p.m.

James White

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80 W Washington Street

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Morgantown’s historic ginkgo tree is located at the corner of Cross and Washington Streets, next to Town Hall.  The tree is in front of a home built by either Dr. R. C. Griffith or his parents, Reuben and Lovina Shell Griffith.  R.C. was a soldier in the Civil War and ended up in the Andersonville, GA., prison.  From his window he could see the tiny tree growing.  He later wrote a book about the prison, then located other Indiana prisoners and returned to erect a memorial.  At that time, he brought the ginkgo tree back home to Morgantown.  The ginkgo tree is from China, where it is considered a sacred tree.  The leaves are shaped like fans and turn yellow in the fall, all dropping within a 24 hour period.


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Boles-Williams Cemetery

Located on the Dallas Farm, west of Morgantown on 252, is Revolutionary Soldier Alexander Kelso.

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Today's Walk Through the Tombstones is at East Hill Cemetery in Morgantown, Indiana.


GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 39.37531, Longitude: -86.25435

This is the largest cemetery in Morgan County and is located in Morgantown proper just off of St. Rd. 135.  The oldest section of the cemetery is right up front where there had been two huge beech trees.  Unfortunately, during a large storm this last spring, one of them fell.  Luckily, however, it missed hitting any of the graves.  We visited this cemetery on July 19, 2015.  Kinda funny that it took me this long to get around to visiting it since I used to live less than 5 miles from it for several years.

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Our first stop is at the grave of Edwin B. Adams.

Born: January 19, 1870
Died: August 6, 1876

His father was William A. Adams (1839-1874) and is buried in East Hill Cemetery as well.

He had at least two siblings:
Ada L. Adams (1868-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Mary K. Adams (?-?) - unknown






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Here we have the grave of Jacob Franklin Adams.

Born: March 15, 1813, Henry County, Kentucky
Died: August 22, 1891, Morgan County, Indiana

He was the son of David Adams (1762-1839) and Mary Polly Kephart Adams (1760-1830).  His father is buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Trafalgar, Johnson County, Indiana, but his mother is buried in Old Rockbridge Church Cemetery, Henry County, Kentucky.  

He had at least two siblings:
Henry Adams (1804-1890) - buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Hugh Adams (1808-1898) - buried in Mount Nebo Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

He was married to Julia Ann Shell Adams (1811-1882).  Her name in on the opposite side of the headstone.  She was born in Sullivan County, Tennessee on March 10, 1811 and died in Morgan County, Indiana on January 21, 1882.

Together they had at least two children:
Margaret Ann Adams King (1841-1926) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Jacob Francis Adams (1852-1932) - buried in Highland Cemetery, Allen County, Kansas.


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Here is the grave of East Hill Cemetery's Famous Burial, William A. Adams.

Born: September 23, 1839, Greenville, Davidson County, Tennessee
Died: April 4, 1874, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

He was married twice, but I am not sure which was his first wife or his second.  Their names are Nancy E. Adams (?-?) and Mary K. Adams (1841-1919).  Both of them applied for his pension after his death.  Mary's name is carved on the opposite side of his headstone, but I am not sure where Nancy is buried.

He had at least three children:
Ada L. Adams (1868-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Mary K. Adams (?-?) - unknown
Edwin B. Adams (1870-1876) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

He enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 22nd Indiana Infantry, Company C, on July 15, 1861.  He was commissioned into the Field & Staff Indiana 145th Infantry on February 22, 1865.  He had numerous promotions finally being promoted on March 13, 1865 to Brigadier General for his "gallant and meritorious services".

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Here we have the grave of Ada L. Adams.

Born: May 1, 1868
Died: January 12, 1869

Her father was William A. Adams (1839-1874) and is buried in East Hill Cemetery as well.

He had at least two siblings:
Mary K. Adams (?-?) - unknown
Edwin B. Adams (1870-1876) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.






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Here we have the grave for Thomas Smith Clarke.

Born: unknown
Died: February 17, 1873

He was married to Letita Query Clarke (?-1887).  Her name is on the opposite side of the marker.  

They had at least three children:
John H. Clarke (?-1881) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Theodore Clarke (?-?) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Benjamin F. Clarke (?-1879) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.



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Here is the grave for Charlotte Fesler Coleman.

Born: April 23, 1838
Died: March 30, 1906

She was the daughter of John Fesler (1811-1873) and Rebecca Baker Fesler (1807-1851).  They are both buried in East Hill Cemetery.

She was married twice.  Her first husband was William Henry Teeters (?-1860).  I am unsure as to where he is buried.

They had three children:
Mary Teeters (?-?) - unknown
Charles S. Teeters (?-?) -unknown
Rebecca Teeters (?-?) - unknown

She then married Jesse Osborn Coleman (1820-1884) on April 25, 1867.  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery.  His name is carved into the opposite side of the headstone.

They had at least one child:
Jesse L. Coleman (1869-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

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Here is the grave of Harvey Coleman.

Born: March 8, 1811, Euclid, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Died: June 13, 1879, Morgantown County, Morgan County, Indiana

He was the son Jacob Coleman (1790-1863) and Elizabeth Thomas Coleman (1788-1883).  Both are buried in Bethlehem Cemetery in Trafalgar, Johnson County, Indiana.

He was the oldest of his siblings:
Thomas Martin Coleman (1813-1881) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Warren Coleman (1816-1890) - buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Sarah Coleman Lloyd (1819-1904) - buried in Mount Nebo Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Francis Marion Coleman (1821-1884) - buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Amanda Melvina Coleman Hammans (1826-1897) - buried in Hilldale Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
James Byrd Coleman (1829-1875) - buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Montgomery County, Kansas.

He was married twice.  His first wife was Eliza Dwight Foster Coleman (1816-1843).  She is buried in Bethlehem Cemetery in Trafalgar, Johnson County, Indiana.

They had at least two children:
Alonzo Coleman (1839-1841) - buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.
Mary Elizabeth Coleman Egbert (1840-1925) - buried in Ingalls-Logan Cemetery, Gray County, Kansas.


His second wife was Rachel Woolard Coleman (1824-1886), born in Tennessee.  She shares a monument with her husband in East Hill Cemetery.

Together they had two children:
Sarah Jane Coleman Foster (1850-1932) - buried in Bellwood Cemetery, Jefferson County, Arkansas.
Amanda Mandeville Coleman Walker (1855-1929) - buried in Lebanon Cemetery, Warren County, Ohio.

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Here we have the grave of Captain Jesse Osborn Coleman.

Born: June 28, 1820, Salem, New London County, Connecticut
Died: July 15, 1884, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

He was married to Charlotte Feslser Coleman (1838-1906).  She is buried with him at East Hill Cemetery.

Together they had two children:  
Salina Augusta Coleman Coleman (1847-1915) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Jesse L. Coleman (1869-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.




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Here we have the grave of Emily Emma Ann Egbert.

Born: November 23, 1859, Indiana
Died: March 31, 1873, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Israel Egbert (1831-1891) and Mary Elizabeth Coleman Egbert (1840-1925).  They are buried in the Ingalls Cemetery in Ingalls, Gray County, Kansas.

She was one of the oldest of her siblings:
Sarah Eliza Egbert Matthews (1857-1940) -  buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Campbell County, Kentucky.
James Harvey Egbert (1861-1945) - buried in Cimarron Cemetery, Gray County, Kansas.
Horatio Seymour Egbert (1864-1925) - buried in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Rachel Adelaide Egbert (1866-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Edwin Dwight Egbert (1870-1947) - buried in Witchita Park Cemetery and Mausoleum, Sedgwick County, Kansas.
George Gilbert Egbert (1873-1874) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Dessie Gertrude Egbert Wilcox (1875-1940) - buried in Eternal Hills Memorial Park, San Diego County, California.
Pierre Collie Egbert (1878-1945) - buried in Cimarron Cemetery, Gray County, Kansas.

Her name is carved into a shield on her headstone. I am not sure why since a shield is usually reserved for those who served in a war.

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We now come to the grave of James M. Fesler.

Born: May 26, 1843
Died: November 11, 1875














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This is the grave of John Fesler.

Born: March 12, 1811
Died: march 30, 1873

He was married four times.  His first wife was Mary Jones Fansler (1830-1851).  She is buried in East Hill Cemetery.  They were married in March of 1850.  She was 21 years old when she died.  I have no record of how she died and there appear to have been no children born to them.  

His second wife was Temperance Jones Fansler (1827-1865) who is also buried in East Hill Cemetery.  Coincidentally, she was Mary's older sister.  They were married on August 31, 1851.

His third wife was Rebecca Fesler (1807-1851).  She is also buried in East Hill Cemetery.

His fourth wife was Mary A. Brown Fesler (1834-1921).  She is buried in East Hill Cemetery.

They had four children, though I have only found reference to one:
Oscar Fesler (?-?) - unknown
Edgar Fesler (?-?) - unknown
Ira Fesler (?-?) - unknown
Maude Fesler Brickey (1870-1925) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

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Here we have a monument for the Day Children.

We will start with the name on the far left, Mary L. Day.
Born: 1854
Died: October 4, 1855

Next we have George A. Day.
Born: 1855
Died: July 26, 1857

And finally we have Whit Day.
Born: unknown
Died: January 19, 1858

They were the children of Charles Day (?-?) and E.V. Day (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried.

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We now come to the grave of Lavinia Schell Griffitt.

Born: September 5, 1804, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Died: August 12, 1874

She was married to Reuben Griffitt (1797-1871).  He is buried near her in East Hill Cemetery.

They had twelve children, but I only have reference to three:
Elizabeth Woods Griffitt McCurdy (1830-1915) - buried in Danville South Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.
Catharine Griffitt Johnson (1833-1887) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Arnold Shell Griffitt (1840-1927) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.


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Here is Reuben Griffitt.

Born: April 29, 1797, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Died: November 10, 1871

He was married to Lavinia Schell Griffitt (1804-1874).  She is buried near him at East Hill Cemetery.

They had twelve children, but I only have reference to three:
Elizabeth Woods Griffitt McCurdy (1830-1915) - buried in Danville South Cemetery, Hendricks County, Indiana.
Catharine Griffitt Johnson (1833-1887) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Arnold Shell Griffitt (1840-1927) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

Reuben Griffitt was Justice of the Peace for many years as well as Postmaster in Morgantown.  He was a native of East Tennessee with his family roots in Germany.

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Here we have the grave of Florentine Emaline Anderson Griffitt.

Born: April 15, 1845, Brown County, Indiana
Died: August 6, 1872, Brown County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Allen Stover Anderson (1815-1883) and Sarah Canatsey Anderson (1819-1903).  Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.

She had several siblings: 
Sampson Joseph Anderson (1840-1922) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
George Madison Anderson (1842-1930) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Paris W. Anderson (1847-1854) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Queen Victory Anderson Rogers (1853-1875) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

She was married to Arnold Shell Griffitt (1840-1927) on September 9, 1861.  He is buried at East Hill Cemetery as well.

They had four children:
Lucetta E. Griffitt Murphy (1862-1895) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Joseph G. Griffitt (1863-1863) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana (his headstone says simply "Infant" but records indicate his name is Joseph).
Anna Commins Griffitt Lang (1865-1948) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana.
Katie Griffitt (?-?) - unknown

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We now stop at the grave of Harriett A. Hickey.

Born: December 26, 1822
Died: September 26, 1865, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

She was the wife of A.S. Hickey (?-?).  I am unsure as to where he is buried.

There is a shield carved into the top of her headstone. I am unsure as to what this means.  It is possible that she was the wife of a soldier who died in the Civil War.






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This is the grave of Mary A. Hurley.

Born: unknown
Died: July 9, 1864

She was the wife of D.B. Hurley (?-?).  The initials could be wrong.  The headstone was hard to read.  I am unsure as to where he is buried.

They did have at least two children:
Infant Hurley (?-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Oliver P. Hurley (?-1877) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.



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Here is the grave of James Collett.

Born: July 7, 1803, Wayne County, Kentucky
Died: August 31, 1872, Johnson County, Indiana

He was the son of Samuel Collett (1769-1849) and Elizabeth Whitaker Collett (1773-1856).  Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.

He had at least two sibling of which he was the middle child:
William Collett (1796-1874) - buried in West Cemetery, Wayne County, Kentucky.
Sarah Collett McKaughan (1806-1872) - buried in Hoosier Prairie Cemetery, Clay County, Illinois.

He was married twice.  His first wife was Elizabeth Betsy Cooper Collett (1800-1850).  She is buried in East Hill Cemetery.  

They had at least one child:
John S. Collett (1846-1867) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

His second wife was Mary R. Burton Collett (?-1876).  Her name appears on the opposite side of the monument. 

They had three children:
Julia M. Collett (?-?) - unknown
James P. Collett (?-?) - unknown
Mary B. Collett (?-?) - unknown

There is another child listed, but I have not yet found any reference to who her mother was:
Ellen Shank (1830-1913) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

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Here is the grave of John S. Collett.

Born: 1846
Died: September 6, 1867, Morgan County, Indiana

His parents were James Collett (1803-1872) and Elizabeth Cooper Collett (1803-1850).  Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.

He was married to Harriet M. Winchester (?-?) on January 31, 1867.  I am unsure as to where she is buried.

He had at least four siblings:
Julia M. Collett (?-?) - unknown
James P. Collett (?-?) - unknown
Mary B. Collett (?-?) - unknown
Ellen Shank (1830-1913) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

There is a shield carved into his headstone, which may have signified his involvement in the Civil War.  I am unsure though.

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This is the grave of Sarah Barnes Jones.

Born: January 17, 1801
Died: April 15, 1870

She was the daughter of Benjamin Barnes (?-?).

Her husband was Godfrey Jones (1804-1860).  They were married on January 16, 1823.  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery.  

They had at least two children:
Temperance Jones Fansler (1827-1865) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Mary Jones Fansler (1830-1851) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.


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Here is the grave of Joseph Anderson.

Born: February 27, 1789, Botetourt County, Virginia
Died: January 27, 1870, Morgan County, Indiana

He was the son of Joseph Anderson (?-?) and Sarah Bless Anderson (?-?).  Both were from Virginia, but I am unsure as to where they were buried.

He was married twice.  His first wife was Christina Britz Anderson (1787-1850).  They were married on August 31, 1813 in Botetourt County, Virginia.  She was buried in East Hill Cemetery.

They had several children:
Caleb Henry Renshaw Anderson (1814-1886) - buried in Ladoga Cemetery, Montgomery County, Indiana.
Allen Stover Anderson (1815-1883) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Elias Anderson (?-?) - unknown, but I believe that the burial is in Virginia.
Mary A. Anderson (?-?) - unknown, but I believe that the burial is in Virginia.
Madison Britz Anderson (1822-1902) - buried in Harshbarger Cemetery, Montgomery County, Indiana.
Charles Lewis Anderson (1827-1910) - buried in Santa Cruz Memorial Park, Santa Cruz County, California.
Harriet Catharine Anderson Kelso (1829-1907) - unknown


His second wife was Eleanor Ellen Teeters (1802-1900).  She was buried in East Hill Cemetery.

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Here we have the grave of Amanda Melvina Neidigh Kelso.

Born: October 17, 1852, Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana
Died: May 23, 1933, Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida

She was the daughter of Samuel W. Neidigh (1806-1885) and Margaret Baughman Neidigh (1811-1894).  Both are buried in the Fleener Cemetery in Fruitdale, Brown County, Indiana.

She had five siblings:
Mary Ann Neidigh (?-?) - unknown
George W. Neidigh (?-?) - unknown
William W. Neidigh (?-?) - unknown
Francis Marion Neidigh (1842-1930) - buried in Fairview Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri
Angeline R. Neidigh (?-?) - unknown

She was the third wife of James Knox Polk Kelso (1844-1913).  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery near her.

Together they had six children:
Nyla Quinton Kelso (?-?) - unknown
Ethel Kelso (?-?) - unknown
Frank Samuel Kelso (1883-1960) - buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Polk County, Florida.
Wanda Kelso (?-?) - unknown
Murriel Leon Kelso (1892-1978) - buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Polk County, Florida.
Mabel M. Kelso (?-?) - unknown

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Here we have the grave of Evaline M. Kemple Kelso.

Born: 1855
Died: April 3, 1875

She was the second wife of James Knox Polk Kelso (1844-1913).  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery.

She had one child that I have found mention of:
Alonzo Leodis Lonnie Kelso (?-?) - unknown

There is a lovely rose carved into the top of her headstone. This symbolizes beauty.





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Here we have the grave of Tarlton J. Lamb.

Born: August 4, 1820
Died: unknown

I have no further information on this burial.












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Here is the grave of Elizabeth Marcum.

Born: unknown
Died: 1854

She was the wife of Elisha Marcum (?-?).  I am unsure as to where he was buried.

She had at least two children:
Infant Marcum (?-?) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
Isaac Newton Marcum (?-1854) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.





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This is the grave of Oliver P. Hurley.

Born: unknown
Died: December 21, 1877

His parents were D.B. Hurley (?-?) and Mary A. Hurley (?-1864).  I am unsure as to the initials for his father as the grave was hard to read for his mother.  I know that his mother is buried next to him in East Hill Cemetery, but I am not sure where his father is buried.

He had one sibling that I have found:
Infant Hurley (?-1869) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.




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We now stop at the grave of George Prosser.

Born: 1836, Richland County, Ohio
Died: January 11, 1890, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana.

He was the son of Daniel M. Prosser (1787-1873) and Catherine Keith Prosser (1798-1858).  Buried in Weeping Willow Cemetery in Beanblossom, Brown County, Indiana.

He had at least three siblings:
Lewis Prosser (1826-1863) - buried in Weeping Willow Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Isaac Newton Prosser (1832-1866) - buried in Weeping Willow Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Franklin Prosser (1837-1851) - buried in Weeping Willow Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.

He was married to Elizabeth Prosser (1821-1902).  Her name is carved into the opposite of the headstone.

I haven't determined whether or not they had any children.  

George served in the Civil War as a Private in the 27th Indiana Infantry, Company G and then again in the 70th Indiana Infantry, Company F.  He was taken as a prisoner of war in Newtown, Virginia on May 24, 1862.  After he was released and returned to his regiment, he was in Atlanta when he was wounded severely on July 30, 1864.  He was shot in the right thigh just above the knee.  Bone was shattered and the wound was so severe that he lost his leg to above the knee.  He was discharged from service in Indianapolis on May 29, 1865.

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Here is the grave of Nancy M. Scott.

Born: unknown
Died: April 28, 1903

She was married to Thomas L. Scott (?-1878).  His name is carved into the opposite side of the headstone.

I am unsure about any family relations beyond their marriage.







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We now stop at the grave of Ellen Shank.

Born: July 20, 1830
Died: January 10, 1913

She was the daughter of James Collett (1803-1872).  I am unsure of who her mother was.  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery.

She had several siblings, but I have found little information about them:
Julia M. Collett (?-?) - unknown
James P. Collett (?-?) - unknown
Mary B. Collett (?-?) - unknown
John S. Collett (1846-1867) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.

She was married to George Riley Shank (1826-1877).  His name is carved into the opposite side of the monument.

I do not see record of any children.

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Here is the grave of George Riley Shank.

Born: September 17, 1826, Montgomery County, Virginia
Died: January 24, 1877, Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

He was the son of John Shank (1786-1835) and Nancy Doosing Shank (1790-1854).  His father is buried on his own farm, John Shank Farm, in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio, while his mother is buried in Becam Cemetery in Damon, Brown County, Illinois.

He had at least one brother:
William Shank (1821-1906) - buried in Clayton South Side Cemetery, Adams County, Illinois. (He served in the Civil War as a Supply Sergeant for Sherman's Army.)



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We now stop at the grave of Mary A. Shell.

Born: unknown
Died: January 25, 1872

She is listed as having one child:
Elizabeth Shell Woods (1808-1865) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.










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Here is the grave of Parthenia Lake Skinner.

Born: 1828
Died: February 12, 1908

She was the daughter of Timothy Lake (?-?) and Mary Magdalena Coffman Lake (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried.  

She was the wife of George Skinner (1825-?).  He is buried near her in East Hill Cemetery.

She was the mother of several children:
William J. Skinner (1849-?) - unknown
Mary Skinner (1852-?) - unknown
Elizabeth A. Skinner (1854-?) - unknown
Emma Skinner (1855-?) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana
Samuel Skinner (1858-?) - unknown
Ida M. Skinner (1860-?) - unknown
John A. Skinner (1862-?) - unknown
Caleb A. Skinner (1864-?) - unknown
Nettie Fay Skinner (1867-?) - unknown
Barbara Skinner (1868-?) - unknown
Burto "Bert" Skinner (1871-?) - unknown

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 Here is the grave of Caroline Sparks.

Born: unknown
Died: September 21, 1891

She was the wife of Thomas A. Sparks (?-1877).  His name is carved into the opposite side of the monument.











They had at least one childd:
John C. Sparks (?-1890) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.








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This is the grave of the Infant Sparks.

Born: unknown
Died: 1879

This grave is very worn and hard to read.  It would appear that the child was the son of M.P. Sparks (?-?) and S.F. Sparks (?-?).  I am not sure as to where they are buried or for that matter if the initials are right.









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This is the grave of an Unknown Sparks.

Born: unknown
Died: October 8, 1881

The headstone is very worn and hard to read, so I could not make out the first name.  I could tell that there is a very nicely carved Freemason symbol at the top of the headstone.










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Here is the grave of Francis Picard.

Born: unknown
Died: September 21, 1873














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Our final stop is at the grave of Elizabeth Jane Canatsey Wood.

Born: February 18, 1826, Morgan County, Indiana
Died: February 10, 1870

She was the daughter of Sampson Canatsey (?-1857) and Nancy Richards Canatsey (1802-1875).  Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.  They were some of the early pioneers of Morgan County.

She had several siblings: 
Sarah Canatsey Anderson (1819-1903) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
George Richard Canatsey (1822-1881) - buried in Iola Cemetery, Allen County, Kansas.
Leonard Jackson Canatsey (1823-1870) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
William Canatsey (1830-1851) - buried in East Hill Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana

She was married twice.  Her first husband was Sylvanus Day (1823-1851).  They were married on June 28, 1846 in Morgan County, Indiana.  He is buried in East Hill Cemetery.

Her second husband was William A. Wood (?-?).  They were married on August 29, 1852 in Morgan County, Indiana.  

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