Brittingham Family Plot - Vermilion County Illinois

Cemetery Name: Brittingham Family Plot

Location:  Oakwood Township, North of Oakwood

Approximate GPS Location 40.14889 -87.76789 (link to Google Map)

Description: I have not found this cemetery yet - I have visited the area, but was unable to located (have a feeling it was right under my nose). Where N 900E road meets Newtown road, the cemetery is behind the first house on the east side of 900E - about 300 feet from the road. There is at least 1 person buried here:

Brittingham, Mary Williams - wife of Jeremiah - d. Jan 4, 1835 - 75y old

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1-5 of 7 Comments
August 04, 2015 - 04:58
Subject: BPZCekOCNi

Always a good job right here. Keep rolling on through.

Terane – sSVghoVzoA
May 03, 2015 - 20:51
Subject: QfaIDglPcYH

The arguement has never been about cotnrolling guns, but gun ownership. No law resrticting gun ownership in ANY country has resulted in lessening violence or murder. Mrs. Feinstein knows that. Anyone that has seen Jerry Miculek shoot 12 rounds in three seconds from a 6 shot revolver knows that limiting the capacity of the weapon has little to do with it's lethality. The reason for restricting firearms (in any way) is for the express purpose of reducing your right, to defend yourself, to a priviledge granted by the government. Once that right has been accepted as a priviledge, then the goverment can simply revoke it. Our only hope is that individual states refuse to abide by whatever restriction the government imposes, similar to how several states have refused to set up health exhanges for Obamacare. I'm not a conspiacy theorist by any stretch of the imagination. Because, if there is a consipracy it is by nature, not design. I wonder if Americans still have the will to say, enough , and stand up collectively to the government and the ignorance of those who fear a weapon more than the evildoers that couldn't care less about assault bans, restricting capacity, or even legal ownership.

Mohammed – yvZ855fuzMBH
April 03, 2015 - 19:11
Subject: ESfkLhjWQbhdsnTr

merhaba, tavanıma duvar kağıdı yapacağım, altından kenidm kalkabilir miyim yoksa profesyonel yardım mı almalıyım? kenidm yapabilrisem pfcf noktaları sf6ylerseniz sevinirim teşekfcrler.

Amandeep – LX8kGanBmsF
February 20, 2015 - 11:35
Subject: iuuKukQmnz

I was a military sneipr. I am a police officer. I've never fired a round in anger. However, facts are the .223/5.56mm BC ranges from .186-.257. The BC of he .300 BLK is about .366. (Data is not available for all bullet weights). BC is simply a way to quantify the tendency of a projectile to overcome air resistance during free flight. The sectional density of the projectile has the greatest effect on BC. The projectiles of .300 BLK are 2.23 times greater than .223/5.56 mm. I can think of no scenario where the wind will have less of an effect on a .223/5.56 mm round than a .300 BLK, or any other bullet with a higher BC. What you're really talking about is deflection. Again, the higher the BC the less effect of deflection. Where the incorrect claim that .223/5.56 will ricochet off a leaf has been observed is really deflection. The .300 BLK will beat the .223/5.56 here because there will be less effect of deflection due to physics (newton's third law). If anyone wants to test this, shoot at a target 300 yards away through tall grass. A blade of grass near your muzzle will cause your bullet to miss your intended target regardless of either caliber. If the grass is struck closer to the target, (300 yard target, grass at 275 yards), the .300 BLK will be knocked off course less than than the .223/5.56mm. It is possible that the .223 will miss the the target and the .300 BLK still hit the target. I say possible because bullets still do funny things. In any case, the bullet with the highest BC will be effected least. As far as having to adjust for windage less for a .223/5.56 than the .300 BLK , this is either lack or understanding of the differences of sighting systems, a fabrication or a mistake. It can't happen under the same circumctances.

Pam – Rocky Mountains
May 11, 2012 - 01:55
Subject: Brittingham family history

I have Benjamin Brittingham family history from 1600's in the Virginia/Maryland area. My great-great grandmother was Nancy Brittingham who married into the DeLay family and lived in/near Danville, Vermillion County, IL. This family history was researched in the 1920's30's, cites wills and property records of the descendants of Benjamin Brittingham from England. I don't know if this information is useful to you and I do not know for certain where Nancy Brittingham is burried. She died before her husband, who relocated to Wisconsin and lived the rest of his life with his son and daughter-in-law in Wisconsin.

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