2 edition of Cemeteries of Randolph County, Illinois found in the catalog.
Cemeteries of Randolph County, Illinois
Lucille Wittenborn Wiechens
|Statement||[compiled by Lucille Wittenborn Wiechens].|
|Contributions||Castens, Bonnie Wittenborn.|
|LC Classifications||F547.R2 W54 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-3 > :|
|LC Control Number||90117631|
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Randolph County Illinois Genealogy and History. Cemeteries All data ©Jeana Gallagher and Genealogy Trails Do not take data to post to other websites. Cemetery Name: Latitude: Houston Cemetery: Randolph ; Hughes Cemetery: N: W ; Hughes Burying Ground ; Hull Cemetery: Brewerville ; Husband Cemetery ; I.O.O.F., Percy Lodge.
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Clair County. It was named in honor of Edmund Randolph, Governor of Virginia. Chester is the county seat Cities and Towns Incorporated Places.
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Jump to Google Maps centered on the Lively Cemetery. The Lively Cemetery is located in Randolph County. The county seat for Randolph County is located in Chester. Chester lies 14 miles [ km] to the south southwest of the Lively Cemetery. We are using the following GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude) for the Lively Cemetery.
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Randolph County, Illinois Cemeteries — 58; Richland County, Illinois Cemeteries — 53; and the book Graveyards of Chicago.
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Mark's Congregation in Steeleville, Randolph County, IL, Mill Creek Cemetery [Randolph County] Note: The GPS coordinates that we are using for the Mill Creek Cemetery have been provided by the GNIS.
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A version of this database is also available at Ancestry.Randolph County was named for Edmund Jennings Randolph who was the first United States Attorney General and served under George Washington. He was also a Governor of Virginia and the second Secretary of State.
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