Rose Cemetery - Vermilion County Illinois
Cemetery Name: Rose Cemetery
Location: Newell Township, South-East of Bismarck
GPS Location: 40.25501, -87.59699 (link to Google Map)
Description: Rose is still an active cemetery with over 800 interments, located south-east of Bismarck in Newell Township - on land that Cornelius & Hannah Rose deeded for the use as a graveyard. Started in the 1830's.
Pictures: I took pictures of EVERY stone in this cemetery in May 2008. 15 photo's I do not know who they belong to.
Link to Pictures: 1,582 pictures (50 on a page, 32 pages)
Internment List: Using information from my visits, local genealogy society, and internet records - I've come up with a list of who is in this cemetery. If I have a picture of the stone, I've include that. (please note: I do NOT guarantee the list to be 100% accurate or correct - I've just done the best job that I could.) You can view the list with the link below, or download the list in Microsoft Excel format. PLEASE do not copy the list & call it your own - give credit back to COAN.NET or this VermilionCounty.INFO site. Thanks.
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I had been wanting to know if you ever cosnidered replacing the design of your site? Its very well written; I love what youve got to state. But maybe you could add a a bit more in the way of written content so people might connect to it better. You have got an awful lot of text for only having one or two photographs. Maybe you can space it out better?
Thomas Oscar and Henrietta Swisher are buried in a small cemetery near Bismark, Illinois. I have been there many years but, I did not write the cemetery name. The funeral record for Thomas Oscar simply says cemetery Bismark Illinois. I am sure there is more than one cemetery. I would like to determine the correct location.
First of all let me commend the work done, to photograph all of these tombstones, etc., I don't think I could have done such a good job. This notwithstanding, regarding tombstone #1331; I was wondering if someone could physically go to it and either transcribe what is engraved thereon, or photograph it again, (or both) maybe at a different angle, and or better light, etc., so that one could more easily read the sentiments, etc., engraved on it. I've tried to enhance the photo, with the programs I have, but still can't make out most of it. Because I am some 2,500 miles away, this would really be appreciated. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, so either the transcribed engravings or a photo (both would be better) can be sent to me there. I am not a blood descendant of Henrietta, but of who I believe to be her husband, Martin G Hollandsworth.
I too am descended from the Luckey tree. I am going to Rose Cemetery in a few days and will be looking for Sheets and Luckey. I will post an update.
I have been diligently trying to find the graves locations of my great grandparents Malcolm and Cynthia Phillips Drollinger for several years now. Along with my great great grandmother Julia Luckey Phillips. They have no stones to be found and finding anyone who has old burial maps or plot maps had been fruitless. If anyone can help locate these graves at Rose it would be greatly appreciated.