Greenview Cemetery - Vermilion County Illinois

Cemetery Name: Greenview Cemetery

Also Known As: Fairmount Cemetery

Location:  Vance Township, West side of Fairmount

GPS Location 40.04651 -87.83923 (link to Google Map)

Description:  Somewhere around 2006-2007, the Greenview Cemetery sign (in picture to right) was taken down (picture below). Greenview cemetery is the only cemetery within Fairmount, and many times is called "Fairmount Cemetery". The cemetery was started around 1864. The cemetery is well maintained & still active.

Pictures: I took pictures of EVERY stone in this cemetery in November 2007.

Link to Pictures: 1,715 pictures (50 on a page, 35 pages)

 

 

 


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There are 3 comments
Anna – BjukFRsX0
March 15, 2014 - 08:28
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Hi,I too am obsessed with gelaenogy & cemeteries (member of Ancestry.com & Find-a-Grave, etc.) I have several ancestors from Pope, IL & surrounding area, but have not been able to locate where some of them are buried. My ggg-grandfather was Dr. Joseph Russell Pitt, who lived in Pope, IL from 1853 until his death on 1/7/1883. He was married to Ann (Carney) & then Margaretta (Keef). His father (my gggg-grandfather), (Russell) Kinchen Pitt, also lived in Pope from 1860 to 1870 & then went to Masaac, IL. He was married to Elizabeth Bula/Betsy (Elder) & was a friend to Abraham Lincoln. Just wondering if you have any info on them or have run across their graves? I have a lot of census, military & marriage records, but can't find their cemeteries!!! I'll be happy to buy a book if they're for sure in one of them ! Thank you so much for ALL YOUR WORK!

Lee Pritchard Kershner – Lake Forest, IL
May 29, 2013 - 19:51
Subject: Bloomer Family

I find the graves of my great aunts, Ruby Bloomer Winans and Jean Bloomer Beers, among your photographs but where are the graves of their father, David Bloomer, his father William Bloomer, Daisy Bloomer and Ransom Bloomer. I thought they were buried here.

Susan Swick – Maple Park Illinois
August 18, 2012 - 07:37
Subject: Nice

Thank you for taking pictures of the Swicks and Winfields.I grew up down street from cemetery and have not been able to visit for years.
Do you have the old Pate cemetery outside Carlin documentated? Lot of Thomas's buried there 180 years ago including
"Chyce Thomas" born in Wales, whose head stone fell over in the 80 years.

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