Cemeteries and Their Stories,
Madison County, Indiana
Stony Creek Township
Location: northeast corner of SR 32 and CR 825W
The Woodward-Gwinn Cemetery in Stony Creek Township is in excellent condition. It contains many of the early pioneer settlers to this area including the Fisher family whose wrought iron fence can be seen in the near foreground of the picture above. The Gwinn family section, also surrounded by wrought iron, can be seen in the middle. This cemetery has been in use through the Victorian era and into the modern day as evidenced by the Gwinn stone in the foreground.
The Woodward-Gwinn cemetery is one of the earliest burial grounds on the west side of the county. It sits on the north side of SR 32 between Anderson and Lapel and so is visible to the many motorists along this busy route. Edith Cascadden's 1938 History of Lapel and Fishersburg discusses the cemetery's beginnings:
"...the land on which [the Woodward-Gwinn Cemetery would eventually be] located was entered December 6, 1833, by Andrew Gwinn, who transferred it to William Gwinn. From him it went to James Gwinn... From James Gwinn this small square of land was bought by John Huntzinger for the sum of $8.30...
"There is a sad little story to be read between the lines of these old records. For Susanna, John Huntzinger's wife, had died February 9, 1851, at the age of 65. On May 30, 1851, Mr. Huntzinger bought this ground, and June 9, 1851, donated it to James Gwinn and Thomas Busby, as trustees, and to their successors in office as a burying ground.
"The deed cites that the tract was thirteen rods square and contained 'one acre and nine rods, more or less.' Samuel E. Busby and Isabella, wife of Thomas Busby witnessed the deed; John Anshutz, the Justice of the Peace, made the deed.
"While Susanna Huntzinger's grave was the first in this cemetery, one of the early tombstones is that of 'Isabella, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Gwinn and wife of Thomas Busby, died 1852, age 53.'
"This was at first known as the Gwinn cemetery, but the Woodward family lived near, which was doubtless why it became known as the Woodward cemetery."
According to Huntzinger/Huntsinger genealogist Cheryl Huntsinger Bunn, the Susanna, mentioned above, who was the wife of John Huntzinger and for whom the cemetery was started, had the maiden name of Lichty as supported by DAR records. Susanna's death date of February 9, 1851, and age of sixty-five years would make her birth date around 1786.
There are a number of other women resting in this cemetery who, like Susanna, were born in the late 18th century. These are worthy of note since the death rate among women giving birth during this period was alarmingly high. Mothers who could survive delivery in a time before modern medical practices had a very good chance of living into advanced old age. Some of these stalwart distaff family members were Lizzie Gee, who died in 1876 at eighty-seven years; Mary Hemper, who died in 1876 at seventy-seven years; Sarah Hoffman, who died in 1865 at seventy-eight years; Mary Huffman, who died in 1862 at seventy years, and Christina Rhoads, who died in 1874 at seventy-seven years. Their contributions to the Stony Creek community should be acknowledged.
Also, there are quite a few men, early pioneers to this area, who fit into this category of being born the late 18th century. William Anderson, who died in 1864 at sixty-five years; Benjamin Ford, who died in 1856 at seventy-nine years; William Gee, who died in 1861 at seventy-two years; Martin Gross, who died in 1874 at seventy-six years; Philip Huffman, who died in 1855 at sixty-one years; John Huntzinger, discussed above, who died in 1864 at seventy-nine years; William McGregor, who died in 1857 at fifty-nine years; and John Rhoads, who died in 1873 at eighty-two years. They departed this life in the 19th century after helping to establish the Stony Creek communities of Lapel and Fishersburg.
William Woodward's grave marker, at left, is in the east or back part of the cemetery. Another early settler, Rev. D. E/P. Studley, at right, is also in this part.
Among the prominent families in this area were the Fishers. Charles Fisher, whose tall stone is pictured at right, lived to be ninety-three, came to the area in 1820 with his father Benjamin (see Stony Creek Township page), remembered the pioneer existence very well, and was interviewed for an article entitled "Early Settlers," which appeared in a local Lapel newspaper of 1903. The pioneer way of living in the Madison County wilderness of the early 1800s, which he relates, is a stark contrast to the lifestyle of the 21st century:
"...After he [Charles] became a young man he paid his respects to Lucy Jane Busby, and in September 1840 they were married by Lucien Emmons, a Methodist preacher, both of the young people being members of that church. They lived with Mr. and Mrs. Busby that winter. During which time Mr. Fisher cleared 7 acres of timber land...for which he received $14.
"In the spring they had one small horse, one cow, 2 hogs. They made about 200 pounds of maple sugar, which they sold for 4 cents a pound. They bought a cheap set of knives, forks and plates, one teakettle, one stew pot and one frying pan and with this modest outfit started housekeeping. They needed no stove--there were none in the country then, all the cooking done before the fireplace.
"Everyone was his own shoemaker in those days. They tanned their own leather and though the shoes were not fine to look at, they wore well.
"Mr. Fisher tells how the houses were lit up, as he first remembered it. The children would pull shell bark off the hickory trees, put it in the corner and light it. Later on they would take the top off a turnip, scrape the inside out, put in a stick with a rag wrapped all around it, then fill the turnip with coon oil. When the rag was lit it gave a very good light.
"Mr. Fisher early allied himself with the Democratic party... believes in respecting the political and religious opinions of others...and cast his first vote in 1844 for James K. Polk, who was running against Henry Clay, the Wing candidate.
"Besides the two children...he has four grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren...
"Mr. Fisher has a number of relics of the past, among them being a large powder horn that was carried by his grandfather through the Revolutionary War and later by his father in the War of 1812. Where it rubbed on their side, while being carried, it is almost worn through. It is made of a cow-horn, and has a wooden cork that screws in. On the horn is carved pictures of birds, etc., with his father's initials.
"He also has...a lock of his mother's and of his grand-mother's hair."
Mr. Charles Fisher eventually became Fishersburg's first merchant, postmaster, and one of the township trustees. He was proud of saying that he was the first person to drive a team and wagon over the Pendleton-Strawtown Road (SR 38) in 1832. He died in 1913; his wife Lucy died in 1886. They are buried in the fenced family plot with other members of their family.
Not listed below on the record of gravestone transcriptions, by some oversight, the stone for Daniel and Mary Huntzinger and that for a Graber infant are pictured above. From family genealogist Gene Majors in California, the Grabers and Huntzingers are connected by marriage. The Graber/Kroeper name is Bavarian, and the "M & E.E." on the infant's stone at right stands for Marion and Emma Elizabeth Cushman Graber. Marion Graber is mentioned in the section on Stony Creek Township in the 1880 Kingman history of Madison County: "March 6, 1876, a post office was established at the Graber's Station, called Bruin, and Marion Graber appointed Postmaster..." While Marion and his wife lost a son "Sep. 2, 1882, aged 5m 14d," they had a total of seventeen children, ten of whom grew to adulthood according to Gene. Francis Marion ("Marion") Graber's father was Sebastian Graber, who had come to America from Bavaria in 1832 along with his parents. Sebastian's father Andrew died in Wayne County, Indiana, in the early 1800s. Sebastian's mother Mary Knoll later married a Huntzinger--Daniel.
The stone for Daniel and Mary Huntzinger is pictured left and middle. Their union produced one daughter Mary who later wed Samuel Wolfe. Mary, Daniel's wife, died September 26, 1878, "75y 5m"; Daniel died a month later October 23, 1878, "81y 4m 17d." While Daniel and Mary and other Huntzingers lived out their lives here in the Hoosier state, the Graber family, according to Mr. Majors, moved to Alabama in 1884, leaving only one son buried next to relatives Daniel and Mary at the Woodward-Gwinn Cemetery.
The Victorian stones at left and right are in the Fisher and Gwinn sections respectively. The Woodward-Gwinn sits on a corner of SR 32 and CR 825W, the middle of Stony Creek's rich, level farm land as is pictured in the background. It is understandable why this section of Madison County attracted many of the county's first pioneer settlers.
|ID||Names||Birth Date||Death Date||Cemetary|
|562||ALEXANDER, FRANCES||72Y. 5M. 28D.||JAN. 28, 1872||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1042||ANDERSON, ANDREW||JAN. 1, 1819||JAN. 9, 1864||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1204||ANDERSON, SARAH KASSALT||71Y. 2M. 4D.||APR. 13, 1891||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1207||ANDERSON, SMAUEL A.||1Y. 6M. 4D.||NOV. 4, 1859||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1221||ANDERSON, WILLIAM||65Y. 5M. 2D.||JUL. 3, 1864||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1252||ANSHUTZ, GEORGE||2Y. 9M. 6D.||MAR. 13, 1860||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1254||ANSHUTZ, MARY||23Y. 8M. 9D.||MAY 19, 1857||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1255||ANSHUTZ, PHILLIP P.||APR. 11, 1834||APR. 4, 1897||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|1728||ASKIN, JACOB||1832||MAR. 23, 1900||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|2949||BARNES, WILLIAM O.||FEB. 11, 1877||SEP. 2, 1877||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8427||BUSBY, ANDREW||73Y. 1M. 2D.||SEP. 6, 1894||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8433||BUSBY, CATHERINE||73Y. 11M. 17D.||MAR. 16, 1897||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8458||BUSBY, ISAAC||52Y. 3M. 9D.||APR. 9, 1878||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8461||BUSBY, ISABEL||59Y.||OCT. 18, 1852||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8466||BUSBY, JOHN||DEC. 2, 1840||MAR. 31, 1907||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8505||BUSBY, SARAH||83Y. 9M. 20D.||AUG. 30, 1843||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8509||BUSBY, SARAH E.||5Y. 8D.||JAN. 2, 1861||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|8514||BUSBY, THOMAS||1Y. 9M. 5D.||SEP. 29, 1840||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|9660||CARTNILL, MABEL||4Y.||OCT. 24, 1889||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|12119||CONRAD, MARY||71Y. 1M. 12D.||APR. 24, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|12122||CONRAD, MATHIAS||SEP. 10, 1844||NOV. 26, 1884||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|12123||CONRAD, MYRTLE MAY||1Y. 8M. 28D.||AUG. 10, 1878||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|15339||DE HAVEN, HUGH||3 IND LA||1872||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|15623||DELAUGHTER, (CHILD)||2Y.||JUN. 21, 1895||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|15624||DELAUGHTER, (INFANT)||OCT. 10, 1901||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|15625||DELAUGHTER, (MRS. EHLY)||25Y.||OCT. 26, 1901||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|15723||DELOUGHTER, ELIZABETH WHITMORE||JUL. 17, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|16032||DEWITT, BARNET||MAR. 17, 1802||OCT. 7, 1852||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|16447||DOBBINS, WILLIAM||5Y. 2M. 25D.||NOV. 1, 1859||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|19903||FISHER, ALDORA J.||1Y. 11M. 17D.||FEB. 21, 1878||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|19904||FISHER, ALLIE V.||5Y. 7D.||FEB. 16, 1878||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|19927||FISHER, CHARLES||92Y. 3M. 19D.||APR. 2, 1912||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20009||FISHER, JENNIE||3Y. 11M. 7D.||JAN. 14, 1882||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20017||FISHER, JOHN M.||90Y. 5M. 21D.||FEB. 22, 1936||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20034||FISHER, LUCY J.||73Y. 7M. 2D.||SEP. 16, 1886||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20042||FISHER, MARTHA A.||33Y. 5M. 8D.||MAY 10, 1881||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20098||FISHER, WILLIAM||25Y. 10M. 27D.||SEP. 26, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20567||FORD, ADALINE B.||17Y. 6M. 10D.||AUG. 4, 1871||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20574||FORD, BENJAMIN||79Y.||MAR. 14, 1856||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20575||FORD, BENJAMIN F.||1Y. 10M. 9D.||MAR. 6, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20606||FORD, JOHN M.||22Y. 6M. 10D.||JAN. 27, 1872||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20608||FORD, JOSEPHINE||23Y. 1M. 5D.||APR. 18, 1895||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20622||FORD, SARAH E.||13Y. 1M. 23D.||MAR. 1, 1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|20623||FORD, THOMAS||APR. 6, 1840||DEC. 11, 1867||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22404||GEE, EDDVR.||4Y. 2M. 25D.||MAY 8, 1872||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22407||GEE, JESSE E.||5Y. 1M. 3D.||DEC. 19, 1865||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22408||GEE, LIZZIE||87Y. 6M. 21D.||SEP. 27, 1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22411||GEE, MEDA C.||20Y. 6M. 17D.||MAY 20, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22412||GEE, NANCY||33Y. 5M. 25D.||NOV. 12, 1867||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22414||GEE, WILLIAM||72Y. 6M.||MAR. 19, 1861||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22618||GIBBS, CELINA O.||1846||1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|22962||GIRTON, SARAH CATHERINE||MAY 18, 1861||MAY 6, 1902||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|23701||GRAHAM, HENRY||19Y. _D.||JUL. 31, 1869||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|23723||GRAHAM, MARY||59Y. 2M. 22D.||JAN. 23, 1887||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24093||GREENLEE, CLARISSA E.||74Y. 8M. 17D.||APR. 2, 1882||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24100||GREENLEE, JAMES||63Y. 8M. 4D.||SEP. 15, 1866||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24102||GREENLEE, JAMES H.||MAR. 6, 1838||MAR. 19, 1917||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24111||GREENLEE, SAMUEL||56Y. 10M. 1D.||MAY 26, 1882||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24114||GREENLEE, TRUMAN||56Y. 3D.||MAR. 10, 1895||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24487||GROSS, MARTIN||NOV. 20, 1798||NOV. 16, 1874||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24492||GROSS, SARAH||FEB. 20, 1804||JAN. 7, 1888||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24592||GUIRL, ISAAC||66Y. 7M. 15D.||OCT. 25, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24593||GUIRL, JANE||74Y. 3M. 2D.||APR. 25, 1888||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24782||GWINN, BARBARY||29Y. 1M. 17D.||MAR. 20, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24799||GWINN, JAMES||FEB. 10, 1811||APR. 20, 1902||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24801||GWINN, JESSE||45Y. 3M. 24D.||MAY 5, 1853||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24810||GWINN, MARY (HUNTSINGER)||MAR. 3, 1820||MAY 12, 1860||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|24825||GWINN, SOPHIA||34Y. 2M. 9D.||OCT. 20, 1852||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|26009||HARGER, JANE||63Y. 5M.||JUN. 11, 1859||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|26010||HARGER, JENNIE||JAN. 11, 1806||JUN. 11, 1859||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|26013||HARGER, WILLIAM||SEP. 30, 1807||MAY 17, 1900||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|26545||HARTER, (INFANT SON)||MAY 28, 1866||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|26554||HARTER, LIZZIE||27Y.||MAY 29, 1866||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|27167||HAYGOOD, AMANDA||20Y. 4M. 19D.||NOV. 4, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|27170||HAYGOOD, ELIZABETH A.||24Y. 10M. 24D.||AUG. 5, 1875||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|27669||HEMPER, MARY||77Y. 11M. 26D.||APR. 25, 1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|27804||HENNINGER, (MRS. THOMAS)||64Y.||AUG. 5, 1896||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|29183||HOFFMAN, SARAH||78Y.||OCT. 21, 1865||WOODWARD-GWINN|
HUFFMAN, LUCINDA (BILLINGS)
27Y. 11M. 2D.
SEP. 25, 1815
MAR. 24, 1842
MAR. 18, 1886
MAY 6, 1875
SEP. 2, 1892
|30478||HUFFMAN, MARY||70Y. 10M. 9D.||AUG. 13, 1862||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|30496||HUFFMAN, PHILIP||61Y. 5M. 10D.||APR. 15, 1855||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31123||HUNTZINGER, EDWARD||45Y. 25D.||JUN. 4, 1869||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31132||HUNTZINGER, HERMAN||8Y. 2M. 1D.||JUN. 27, 1892||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31143||HUNTZINGER, JOHN||79Y. 4M. 21D.||DEC. 24, 1864||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31162||HUNTZINGER, SUSANNAH||65Y. 11M. 13D.||FEB. 9, 1851||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31289||HUSTON, FRANCIS I.||OCT. 1862||DEC. 3, 1869||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31294||HUSTON, JAMES||69Y. 7M. 18D.||APR. 3, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31314||HUSTON, MARY T.||JUN. 21, 1861||DEC. 3, 1861||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|31327||HUSTON, SARAH ALICE||MAY 18, 1853||AUG. 11, 1865||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|36869||LAWSON, EFFIE||7Y. 6M. 20D.||MAR. 16, 1888||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|37802||LEWIS, CHARLETTA||39Y. 6M. 7D.||MAR. 19, 1884||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|39458||MALES, ANALINE E.||17Y. 27D.||OCT. 23, 1880||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|39737||MARKLE, FRANCES A.||MAY 4, 1837||DEC. 29, 1877||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|41494||MCDOLE, ELIZABETH||JAN. 14, 1828||APR. 3, 1904||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|41511||MCDOLE, URISH||FEB. 21, 1819||APR. 13, 1863||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|41739||MCGREGOR, WILLIAM||59Y. 2M. 8D.||JUL. 13, 1857||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|42899||MILBOURN, ISAAC||80Y.||FEB. 12, 1901||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|42905||MILBURN, ELIZABETH||21Y. 6M. 24D.||AUG. 22, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|42918||MILBURN, NANCY||36Y. 5M. 7D.||JAN. 16, 1861||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|42989||MILLER, C. W.||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|43084||MILLER, G. W.||93 O INF CO G||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|43153||MILLER, JOHN||29Y. 7M. 15D.||DEC. 29, 1868||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|43215||MILLER, MARY||24Y. 1M. 29D.||MAY 13, 1882||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|43309||MILLER, SUSAN||74Y. 5M. 18D.||JUL. 24, 1892||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|43807||MOGAL, (INFANT)||APR. 16, 1900||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|45696||NEEL, ABNER H.||MAR. 20, 1826||DEC. 4, 1904||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|45697||NEEL, SARAH A.||71Y.||AUG. 22, 1909||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|46912||OLDHAM, LEVI CORTLAND||1Y. 3M. 2D.||AUG. 28, 1861||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|50586||RAWLINGS, ANNIE M.||27Y. 9M. 9D.||SEP. 29, 1879||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|50714||REASON, EMILY||56Y. 7D.||OCT. 5, 1884||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|51514||RHOADS, CHRISTINA||77Y. 1M. 17D.||AUG. 18, 1874||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|51517||RHOADS, ELIZABETH M.||22Y. 4M. 2D.||JUL. 2, 1858||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|51520||RHOADS, JOHN L.||82Y. 6M. 9D.||DEC. 10, 1873||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|51974||RIDENHOUR, HENRIETTA||26Y. 1M. 10D.||SEP. 9, 1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|51983||RIDENOUR, SAMUEL F.||2M. 10D.||NOV. 8, 1876||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|52102||RIGGS, ELIZABETH M.||1821||1900||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|54687||SCHUYLER, BLANCH H.||OCT. 23, 1892||OCT. 11, 1893||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|54709||SCHUYLER, JACOB||51Y. 8M. 21D.||JUL. 30, 1865||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|54711||SCHUYLER, JESSE||67Y. 3M. 28D.||NOV. 7, 1887||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|54722||SCHUYLER, MARGARET||19Y. 10M. 21D.||SEP. 25, 1856||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|54745||SCHUYLER, REBECCA||66Y. 5M. 26D.||MAR. 22, 1886||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|55100||SEARS, CATHERINE||64Y. 9M. 29D.||JUN. 21, 1887||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|55110||SEARS, G. W.||71Y. 10M. 26D.||APR. 14, 1892||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|55118||SEARS, JOHN||41Y. 8M. 6D.||DEC. 12, 1877||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|56579||SHULTZ, ELLEN||29Y. 5M. 4D.||NOV. 2, 1889||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|57198||SISSON, GEORGE||NOV. 16, 1866||FEB. 6, 1892||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|57205||SISSON, SARAH J.||JAN. 20, 1867||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|59194||STANFORD, VASUTI||24Y. 9M. 13D.||SEP. 3, 1875||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|59842||STEVENS, J. A.||DEC. 11, 1844||NOV. 14, 1897||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|59872||STEVENS, WILLIE||6M. 6D.||FEB. 6, 1860||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|60032||STICKLER, JUDA||94Y. 10M. 4D.||JUL. 4, 1898||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|60738||STUDLEY, CYRUS D.||21Y. 3M. 19D.||NOV. 1, 1869||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|60739||STUDLEY, D. P. (REV.)||65Y. 11M.||JUN. 16, 1874||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|60743||STUDLEY, LOUISA||24Y. 7M. 13D.||APR. 20, 1880||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|61592||TANNER, (CHILD)||8Y.||SEP. 29, 1895||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|61595||TANNER, (MRS.)||48Y.||DEC. 23, 1900||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|62284||THOMAS, ELIZABETH||66Y. 4M. 23D.||___. 2, 1856||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|62441||THOMAS, SUSAN M.||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|63006||TODD, WILLIE E.||7M. 19D.||APR. 25, 1869||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|64775||VINEY, SAMUEL||FEB. 15, 1824||APR. 12, 1884||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|65749||WARREN, CORNELIUS C.||NOV. 26, 1835||SEP. 24, 1836||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|65750||WARREN, DELIL___||SEP. 1808||NOV. 1836||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|66548||WELCH, ELIZABETH||FEB. 23, 1809||MAR. 10, 1871||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|66776||WENE, ELIZABETH||73Y. 9M. 21D.||AUG. 8, 1873||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|66778||WENE, PAUL||81Y. 10M. 16D.||AUG. 20, 1886||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|66779||WENE, REBECCA||71Y. 2M. 10D.||MAY 17, 1897||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|66781||WENE, WILFRED||AUG. 22, 1840||JAN. 26, 1865||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|69198||WOLFE, MARTHA STEVENS||1845||1916||WOODWARD-GWINN|
|69486||WOODWARD, ANNIE E.||2M. 23D.||MAR. 29, 1870||WOODWARD-GWINN|