Lyon Lake Cemetery, Fredonia Township, Calhoun County, Michigan, USA

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General[edit | edit source]

  • Sign

Grave List[edit | edit source]

Grave 1, two names on one marker, common inscription: Fredenburg

Grave 1a - John Fredenburg, 1820 - 1910 [with separate stone inscribed:] father
Grave 1b - His wife, Laura A. Kimball, 1824 - 1885 [with separate stone inscribed:] mother

Battle Flag used in American Civil War  United States Grand Army of the Republic Washington DC Grave 2 - Edwin E. Edmunds, Died at Washington, Jan. 6, 1862, AE. 22 y'rs, ? member of ? regiment U.S. ?

Connecticut Grave 3 - Marcus E. Hart, 1796 - 1837, B. - Burlington, Connecticut

Grave 4 - Mary Warner, wife of John Blue, 1859 - 1936

Grave 5 - John Blue, 1850 - 1923

Grave 6, two names on one marker, illegible due to poor photograph, base of one marker inscribed - 6a Our mother, in that bright world where all is peace, and loved ones meet each other, where storms are o'er and sorrows cease, we hope to meet thee mother.

Grave 7, two names on one marker, common inscription: our parents

Grave 7a - Phebe, wife of Benjamin Wright, Died Mar. 1, 1883, Aged ?4 ys 21 ds.
Grave 7b - Benjamin Wright, Died Mar. 30, 1882, Aged 95 ys. 21 ds.

Grave 8 - Ken Casey, 1871 - 1948

Grave 9 - Mae Casey, 1875 - 1955

Grave 10, two names on one marker, common inscription: Casey

Grave 10a - De, 1864 - 1947
Grave 10b - Jennie M., 1860 - 1940

Grave 11, two names on one marker, common inscription: Willerich

Grave 11a - ? Willerich, geb den 25 Feb. 1820, gen den 9 ? 1906
Grave 11b - ?aroline, ?, geb den 5 ? 1820, gen den 22 ? 18?1

Grave 12, two names on one marker, common inscription: Yost

Grave 12a - ?y?a B., ? - 1959
Grave 12b - John, 1875 - 19?7

Grave 13 - Rena G., wife of Wm. Sayer, Died Apr. 5, 1903, Aged 23 y 10 m & 26 d.

Grave 14, two names on one marker, common inscription: Carr

Grave 14a - H. Judson, 1863 - 1907
Grave 14b - Cora L., 1864 - 1914

 United States United States Navy World War II Grave 15 - Franklin F., 1907 - 1981; Franklin F. Rocho, US Navy, World War II, Feb. 11, 1907 - Feb. 14, 1981

Grave 16 - Clarence F. Schultz, 1900 - 1934

Grave 17, two names on one marker, common inscription: Brandt

Grave 17a - Florence J., 1925 - 1998
No Death Date Grave 17b - Marvin J., 1924 - [intentionally left blank on marker]

Grave 18, two names on one marker, common inscription: Wolf

No Death Date Grave 18a - Wendell W., 1917 - [intentionally left blank on marker]
Grave 18b - Katherine R., 1918 - 1979

Grave 19 - 1877, Myrtle L. Burkhardt, 1956

Grave 20 - "Jeff" Burkhardt, Sept. 21, 1958

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Details beyond simple text not as appears on original; comments appear in brackets: [ ]; "?" substituted for unknown letter(s)/word(s)/line(s); not all graves transcribed or photographed; grave numbers for the convenience of the transcriber and photographer only; photographs taken 20 August 2001; transcription compiled from photographs.
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