Warren Union Cemetery Warren Township Macomb County Michigan



Prof Wesley Edward Arnold MA

This is the shortest of the research papers on this cemetery.

See also Pioneer Cemeteries of Warren Township


Research paper on Who is buried in Warren Union Cemetery



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Library of Congress Cataloging In Publication Data

Arnold, Wesley Edward

Warren Union Cemetery Warren Township Macomb County Michigan

2012 Rev JUNE 14, 2012

ISBN 0-915935-33-3

Copyright 2012 Wesley Edward Arnold

Printed in Warren Michigan.

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The Warren Union Cemetery is located between the Red Run River and Chicago Road East of Ryan Road in the North West corner of Warren Township, Warren Michigan. Pioneer farmer Peter Gillette sold a parcel of land in 1845 to eighteen families for a burial ground reserving for his family a large lot. The Warren Union Cemetery Association was organized in 1852 to maintain the 2 1/4 acres. The historical plaque which is wrong states it has 325 graves that date from the 19th Century. Note more recent studies indicate over 500 graves date from 19 Century plus nearly 500 buried or sprinkled after 1900 that have a stone or stone fragment; but if one counts unmarked graves there could be 1,000-3000. However no one alive knows as records were not kept.

In Warren Township the oldest recorded cemetery burials were at the Warren Union Cemetery, followed by the St Clement Cemetery located on Engleman West of Van Dyke. St Clement's first recorded burial was March 27, 1854. Over 800 burials date from the nineteenth century and over 1,500 burials prior to1943. Some burials were not recorded. St Clement area Catholic families who had lost a child such a stillborn can not find any record of the burial or last rights. However this was and is a Catholic cemetery centered in the middle of Warren. But believe it or not Warren Union Cemetery could actually have more burials as it accepted all faiths and has hundreds of stillborns, hour old babies, day old babies, children, paupers and pioneers who did not have money, means, or didn't see need for an engraved marker, 1-3 thousand possible burials over nearly 170 years. Also Warren Union Cemetery is about ten years older than St Clement Cemetery which stopped accepting burials for awhile. Remains were also brought in to Warren Union Cemetery of persons who had died before cemetery was established. That large number which at first appears to be way off is in the realm of the possible because this cemetery took all faiths, all persons and stillborns, and hours old babies, day old babies, children and paupers and anyone who died in the Warren Township and Sterling area. But St Clement was limited to Catholics and one church and it appears to have almost 3,000 burials and its old section is smaller than Warren Union Cemetery. St clement has also lost many years of its records so the number they give as the number of burials is smaller than actual burials. I know as I have more older records on St Clement cemetery than St Clement now has.

The records of Warren Union Cemetery are lost due to great negligence, disrespect and dereliction of duty of those responsible and sad to report that negligence and disrespect continues on to this day.

As a researcher and historian who has done more research on Warren area history than anyone else to date it has to be sadly reported that this city has a very small grave robber gang. Police reports have been filed.

According to the Warren Police, WWJ, and Macomb Daily July 15, 2011 officers of the Warren Historical Society are behind the stealing of at least 5 expensive memorials (Now more have been discovered missing) from Warren Union Cemetery. Note the Historical society itself did not do this or the membership. Also note that this group is more of a social club rather than a knowledgeable group. We are talking about three persons in a social clique/gang They do not own the cemetery, nor does the Historical Society, or the markers, This small gang did this secretly without just cause, without a public hearing, without notification to the membership, police, City Council or even the property owners.

They robbed Warren's unknown soldier memorial from a grave and they stole a memorial that listed Warren soldiers who are buried there. This was the only memorial showing the names of these soldiers. Nothing was found wrong with these memorials in a meeting held afterward. And they stole the memorial to all veterans and to those who died on attacks on our country and 9-11 and they stole another that honors our flag and yet another that honors those many children and pioneers buried there without markers.

These memorials were causing no harm. There is lots of room for them. They posed no threat. There is nothing disrespectful or wrong about these memorials. The memorials were there to honor men who died and to educate visitors especially young people who no longer learn about history in school. This grave robbing gang actually has a written plan to steal more markers they do not like without notice and several more markers are now gone including an expensive family's epitaph robbed from a grave.

We veterans who survived wars speak for the soldiers buried there. We veterans went through hell, were wounded, saw friends die, heard the pain filled screams of mortally wounded men, put friends body parts into body bags, accompanied friends caskets home. We served our country with honor and integrity. We feel it is wrong to steal soldiers memorials and especially ones which show soldiers honored service to future generations for whom they fought and died. They at least earned their name on a granite memorial and this grave robbing gang has no right to steal soldiers memorials they don't own out of our cemetery.

Now visitors including young people will not be able to see who these soldiers were. Now many of our soldiers have no marker at all because the only one they had was stolen.

Taking property that is not yours is called stealing and when it is worth several thousand dollars it is grand larceny. This has to be stopped.

Disrespecting our soldiers who were killed or put their lives on the line for our freedom is wrong. Stealing memorials that name our soldiers is worse than disgraceful. They are robbing our history left for our young people who no longer are taught history in school. No one should be allowed to steal memorials they don't own out of a cemetery they don't own. We veterans feel that they have disrespected our soldiers, our flag and those who died on attacks to our country.

It has been over a year and they have made no effort to replace them. These memorials were donated without cost to the city possibility by out of town descendents of those buried there.

We are asking that these memorials be replaced. It is the right thing to do.

There were also local farm burials prior to 1850 but records of these are lost. This includes the two burials at the Bunert Farm in a mound allegedly used by Indians for burials. One house on what was the old River Road (Chicago Road) has a stone grave marker.

A local historian interested in documenting our local history for future generations commenced a several year study of Warren and Warren Union Cemetery by stopping at the Methodist church on Chicago Road and asked to see the cemetery records. That request turned up the response of “what records we have none nor do we have anything to do with the cemetery now.” The historian went to the local Warren Historical Society and they stated they did not maintain records and could not find their records they had and referred me to a private individual whom could not find her “very limited records.” I tried St Paul UCIC Church who owns most of the cemetery and was told they had no records. I later began attending that church did so for over a year and am in the process of joining it. Discovered they have a cemetery committee which consisted of only a couple people. They refused repeated requests to allow me to see their records. This committee appears to be somewhat secretive and does not hold regular meetings. In fact I tried for over a year to attend a cemetery meeting and had important business for them to take care of but this was totally ignored. It seemed that One Ann Pycheck appears to want to keep all of the dealings, decisions etc. only to herself and does not want anyone else involved. It also appears that this committee has ignored needed cemetery business. Example I wanted to tell them a big stone was about to topple and could hurt or kill a child. I have yet to figure out why this person or group is so secretive. They turn a deaf ear to anything they do not want to deal with but in all fairness they do manage to pay one half of the mowing and sometimes kick out money out of their huge cemetery fund to pay for emergency tree cutting. Anyway I was amazed and shocked that this church who has owned most of this cemetery since 1884 has failed to maintain any records.

I went to the Burton Historical Collection and made a copy of the 1938 survey of this cemetery made by the Detroit Genealogical Society which appeared to be done and double checked with a high degree of accuracy by different surveyors a year later. Around that time the local historical society had done the same thing and had someone type up the list which they are selling during cemetery walks with Dorothy Cummings. Since Dorothy has lived near the cemetery for most of her life. I interviewed her to learn what I can to put down in my books for future generations. I found out that she lived away from the Warren area for quite awhile and had not kept records. She was not the responsible person for records. In fact I interviewed many persons and visitors to the cemetery during the many months I was in the cemetery taking measurements and readings. One person told me records were kept on a board but that had rotted out and was trashed. Another told me that a church lady had good records but after she died her kids threw everything out including a big map of where most of the old burials were. Another told me records were destroyed when a church basement flooded. One man told me he suffered two broken legs when a stone fell on him while he was a child. That could happen again to a child there as both St Paul and the Warren Historical Society have ignored my suggestions that we take emergency actions to fix the tilting stones.

It is now 2012 and after doing research in and about this cemetery for a few years and the people of the surrounding area for many years I am in process of publishing my findings free to all in a 20 volume history of the Warren Area. Not to brag but just to state a fact I have done more research than anyone else including (and I list them with great respect and honor to them) Gerald Neil, Mike Grobbel, Jack Schram, Harold Stilwell, Pat Hallman and others such as Fred Gemmill (in telling the history of the City of Warren. I collaborated with him on the book Pathways to Freeways. You can recognize my writing in the first quarter or so of the book.) I also greatly helped Martha Burczyk with her Warren history book. Both of those books are nice but very incomplete so since I retired and since my time left here in this world is very short I decided to type up my research and give it to future generations without cost. You can see my books and print out any of the 10,000 pictures you wish or print any of the 4,000 pages.

As far as Warren Union Cemetery I have recorded, measured, figured, researched, talked with many visitors and locals. Visit my Historical web site at macombhistory.us where there are lots of pictures history, historical videos and 800 of the best music pieces of the past all free. There are over 2,000 links on that web site. 600 to pages of history. Plus there is the 20 volume History of the Warren area all free my gift to you and future generations.

There are many unmarked burials in this cemetery there is no doubt. There are township records, church records, newspaper obits and articles and family records indicating or implying that multiple persons were buried there yet there is now no stone now marking that grave. I am finding these slowly with time as people contact me as a result of my huge history website. If my maker grants me a few more years I intend to add these records as I receive them to the record of burials I have researched.

Researchers who have studied this cemetery and other older Michigan cemeteries have found that there are often many more persons buried than there are stones.

Millar Cemetery over on 16 Mile has only 54 head stones yet I have been told there are probably over 100 burials there if not more. At another location Archeologist Scott Akridge was amazed when he visited a local cemetery in 2004. "As many as 200 graves are located here," he said, although only six headstones exist. Most of the 180 cemeteries in the county have numerous graves that are unmarked or marked only with unscribed field stones. Many military veterans lie in these spaces.” (http://www.argenweb.net/white/cems) And there are thousands of Civil War soldiers in unmarked graves. (I have identified a few that may be in Warren Union Cemetery.) And many thousands more babies and children in unmarked graves around our country. Every one of you have hundreds of relatives in unmarked graves. Do you doubt me. OK Where are your great great grandparents uncles aunts and cousins buried? First nearly all descendants are out of that area and do not know where they are buried. Are there markers? The answer is to 99% of the people who have researched this is no. There are few if any marked gravestones prior to the Civil War and virtually none for babies, children and stillborns. And there were more child deaths than adult deaths. (Just do a Google search on unmarked graves and see for yourself.)

After looking at my research and others research it is discovered that Warren Union Cemetery may have hundreds of more burials than stones now show. Here is the basis for that claim.

Consider that the original 19 families who had lots 10 feet by 30 most did not place stones. That could be over hundreds of burials, of which just a few now have stones. This was not considered at all when the uninformed social club that is called the Warren Historical Society chose words for the plaque.

Also consider that in the early days this cemetery was expanded many times as lots were sold and

were used and the area was filled up often with children who died of the many childhood diseases we now have cures for. There were a lot of stillborns. Many mothers died in childbirth. Consider again that many additional families bought lots but did not place stones when someone died. And consider that many babies died at birth or shortly thereafter and were buried in the back or on top of other burials.

And in those days most had big families and they usually filled up their lots and had to buy additional lots here and elsewhere (We have proof of that from several sources. Dorothy Cummings for example stated that her family had to buy additional graves in other cemeteries even though her dad was a Warren Township official and her family had sold land to the cemetery. There were simply no free graves available. Records of other cemeteries verify this.

There were many deaths from many diseases we now have cures for which killed many babies,

children and adults. Sometimes there were multiple deaths of children in the same family and some

died within days of each other. Some may have been placed in the same grave and no marker ever put there.

Remember that there were no funeral homes and that the corpse remained in the family home until burial.

Often burial was carried out quickly. I have diaries from those days that often show a person died and was most often buried the next day. Families did not want a body even of a loved one in the home for long particularly if they had died of an unknown cause. Fluids would leak out of the corpse and there were odors real or imagined. And ask anyone who has slept with a corpse in the next room spooky to be sure and terrifying to children and some adults. There were no funeral homes and no refrigeration.

Sometimes in the family members and diggers were weak or due to rain, snow, frost, cold or other

problems the grave may not dug deeply in the old days before undertakers and machinery. In the old days in rural America, which is what Warren Township was, families buried their own with just a shovel and sometimes with just a shroud. And those who think that every burial was in a six foot deep 3 foot by 6 foot hole should try digging one to understand the magnitude of the work involved in doing that by hand with only a shovel. Even those who have dug a grave for a family dog in the back yard can attest to the work involved. It was many hours of very hard work. Now days grave heaters thaw the ground in the winter and mechanical diggers do the work in a short time regardless of the weather. Pumps can even pump out the water in the hole. When I placed a stone in a family plot on another cemetery the sexton warned me to be careful digging even for a shallow foundation for the stone as he stated he discovered that sometimes old graves were not dug very deep. With the wooden casket rotted away human bones were all that is left and as a hand shovel planted them there a hand shovel sometimes unintentionally disturbs them many years later. Bones have been found even at Warren Union Cemetery in the back. But no one bothered to investigate. The fact is this cemetery has been neglected, ignored, vandalized, eroded, abused and I can testify that very few people care about it.

Stillborn burials were sometimes placed on top of a prior burial or in a shallower grave. Remember this was a very rural area and was mostly farmland. The village itself just had a few little shops but they were way East of here. This was surrounded by farmland and trees so anyone could actually come here and bury a body and probably not be questioned. Of course with time as the area farms were sub-divided that changed. But still people still have their drunken doings and affairs here and as a caretaker for the church I end up picking up their whiskey bottles and condoms. And as crowded as it is now few calls are made to the police. Just a note I found that a few have been scared off by the dark thing here but I am not about to research that and can't verify it. Myself and others have felt the children here at least by day. I have given night tours to researchers can't say we saw anything but we felt sort of a creepy presence. Perhaps it was within us from seeing too many horror movies. Don't know.

Also consider that many stillborns and newborns were were rarely marked. Many were buried on top of regular already used lots. Very few of these were noted on any existing grave stone. Even now many families have baby graves without markers. Consider that the older graves were most often not marked by stones at all and that the older part of the cemetery was considered full by 1945 and many families had to buy lots elsewhere. Consider that there are 2000-3000 grave spaces (depending on grave width and other considerations explained further down) inside the currently fenced area even after subtracting aisles and that there is considerable more cemetery property outside of the current fence at the back. (more room for perhaps 500-1000 burials considering still borns.)

Consider that the “back” of the cemetery where many babies & paupers and possible secretives were buried extended much further than the now fenced in area and was partly changed by the 1950s Red Run project and by erosion since. The fence was erected in 1986. Before that anyone could bury, in reality, wherever they pleased when no one was around. There were many shrubs and trees in the back and it was probably possible to bury without being noticed.

Families who suffered stillborn or baby deaths did not usually want a big funeral or a stone as there was a stigma about this. The family home served as the funeral home and most families just buried the remains in the cemetery quickly and privately and did not want a marker to remind them of a stillborn or sickly often unnamed baby which would prolong the sorrow of the already guilt ridden grief stricken mother.

The sister cemetery St Clement with good records shows 1.5 – 2 children buried for each adult with only about 6% of child deaths registered at the county. Using that rate suggests the possibility that there could be as many as 1500 babies and children buried there. County Death records for Warren indicate 50% of the recorded deaths were children prior to WWI but that was only from recorded deaths. There were hundreds more particularly still borns and infants that were not registered. Liading to the rate being 1.5-2 children per adult burial. And not even all adult burials were registered before WW1.

Add another possibly few hundred or so adults without markers and you have the cemetery up to capacity. As we have been told by the oldsters many times that the cemetery is full. The above makes mathematical since. But no one alive now knows for sure. Additional collection of family records will give us just a few. Also the infant mortality rate back then was very high approximately 200 per 1000 per annum.

Many other old cemeteries have hundreds of now unmarked graves many of which are children. Figure of the 1000 burials in Warren Union Cemetery only 150 show children when county death records of Warren show there are 500 child deaths per 1000 registered deaths add unregistered and there is the possibility of 1,500-2000 child burials counting stillborns. Strong probably of over 1000. That shows many unmarked plus when one considers that less than 6% were even registered and considering the actual rate per the sister cemetery which is much higher, and also considering the mortality rate there are at the very least hundreds of additional unmarked burials. Again no one alive knows now as records were not kept.

Researchers have done the math of all of the above and say that there is high probability that hundreds of children and many adults are buried in Warren Union Cemetery without markers.

We should at least recognize the possibility of this.

In fact it is much more likely that there are many unmarked graves than now marked graves. This is true of many older cemeteries. Remember this is not a commercial cemetery like Forest lawn or Detroit Memorial where records have been maintained and burial practices standardized.

While I was reading stones on several occasions I met visitors and told them that there were probably many children buried here without markers and that many were killed with much suffering by diseases we have cures for now like whooping cough, scarlet fever, smallpox, diphtheria. One cause of death called summer complaint was just inflammation of the bowel caused by bacteria in the Milk causing severe painful cramps. Remember there was no refrigeration back in the old days but many children died from it. I even suggested that it would be nice to have a memorial to them. Many of these babies and children died terrible deaths. Whooping cough, scarlet fever, diphtheria, typhoid fever, inflammation of bowels, summer complaint with severe pain. Many feel these children without even a marker should at least be honored. A beautiful memorial was donated in memory of the children and pioneers now without markers.

The above memorial was causing no harm. There was lots of room for it. It even quoted one of the

researchers. Then the grave robber gang ripped it out of the cemetery. They did not even consider research findings. And there was no vote of the membership.

What would it have hurt to honor these poor children who suffered terribly in their last days?

According to the Warren Police, WWJ, and Macomb Daily officers of the Warren Historical Society are behind the stealing of at least 5 expensive memorials from Warren Union Cemetery. They do not own the cemetery or the markers, They did this secretly without just cause, without a public hearing, without notification to the membership, police, City Council or even property owners. They robbed Warren's unknown soldier memorial from a grave and they stole a memorial that listed Warren soldiers who are buried there. This was the only memorial showing the names of these soldiers. Nothing was found wrong with these memorials in a meeting held afterward. And they stole the memorial to all veterans and to those who died on attacks on our country and 9-11 (in which over 400 policemen and firemen among the 3000 that were killed) and they stole another memorial that honors our flag and yet another that honors those many children and pioneers buried there without markers. These memorials were causing no harm. There is lots of room for them. They posed no threat. There is nothing disrespectful or wrong about these memorials. They were there to honor men who died and to educate visitors especially young people who no longer learn about history in school. This grave robbing gang actually has a written plan to steal more markers they do not like without notice and several more markers are now gone including an expensive family's epitaph robbed from a grave.

We veterans who survived wars speak for the soldiers buried there. We veterans went through hell, were wounded, saw friends die, heard the pain filled screams of mortally wounded men, put friends body parts into body bags, accompanied friends caskets home. We served our country with honor and integrity. We feel it is wrong to steal soldiers memorials and especially ones which show soldiers honored service to future generations for whom they fought and died. They at least earned their name on a granite memorial and this grave robbing gang has no right to steal soldiers memorials they don't own out of our cemetery. Now visitors including young people will not be able to see who these soldiers were. Now many of our soldiers have no marker at all because the only one they had was stolen.

Taking property that is not yours is called stealing and when it is worth several thousand dollars it is grand larceny. This has to be stopped. Disrespecting our soldiers who were killed or put their lives on the line for our freedom is wrong. Stealing memorials that name our soldiers is worse than disgraceful. They are robbing our history left for our young people who no longer are taught history in school. No one should be allowed to steal memorials they don't own out of a cemetery they don't own. We veterans feel that they have disrespected our soldiers, our flag and those who died on attacks to our country.

It has been over a year and they have made no effort to replace them. These memorials were donated without cost to the city possibility by out of town descendents of those buried there. We are asking that these memorials be replaced. It is the right thing to do. We are planning legal action against this gang.

There are many soldiers and soldiers families buried at Warren Union Cemetery. Unfortunately many may be buried there and now have no marker. There are several Civil War soldiers who are possibly buried there. Searches of other cemeteries further away does not turn up their name. So it certainly opens up the logical possibility that many of them are buried here. Families were poor and often did not know about later placing a government paid for stone. Researchers have discovered their names. In the many hours I spent in this cemetery (one of seven I have researched) I met many visitors. We sometimes discussed soldiers buried here. I would show them Neil Reid's stone and VanFleet's and so on. I often mentioned that there were probably several others buried here now without any marker at all and that we now knew the names and they are on my big history website. I suggested that I hoped someday that someone would donate a memorial listing these men who died (many as just Warren farm boys) so that their service to our country would not be forgotten.

Well in 2011 some caring folks donated a memorial to these soldiers. They copied the information off of macombhistory.us. I did not write down the names of visitors I talked with and the memorial was anonymously donated without cost to the city. It listed 30 men most of which are buried here and several who in most probably are buried here but many who have not been honored with their name on a stone. It listed three who were blown apart in France and buried there. Don't these Warren boys who gave their lives for us at least deserve to be honored with their name in granite. One was a prisoner of war who died as a prisoner. The list was on the stone was not meant to be a list of burials but rather an honoring for future generations of these Warren men who served for us. For many of these Warren men this was the only marker naming them. It was based on research of several researchers.

The young people today are not taught history and it is fitting to honor the service of these men. Many of us feel that we should honor our soldiers many of which who served, and or died for our freedoms. This historian is a veteran who knows what it is like to serve in a war and to lose friends. I feel that these soldiers should be honored.

These memorials had been given to honor our hometown Warren boys and educate our young people who are no longer taught history in school.

Now the above soldiers are missing their memorials which these social club officers who acted on their own without vote of the membership or a public hearing (to show good cause to remove them) have stolen out of the cemetery. Now visitors including young people will not be able to see who these Warren soldiers were who in many cases died for our freedoms. Now many of our soldiers have no marker at all because the only one they had was stolen by these grave robbers.

They also stole an expensive black granite memorial to Warren's Unknown soldier right off of a grave. Back in the 1940s the Detroit Memorial Society did a detailed survey of this cemetery and noted a soldiers grave marked by a flag here. Through the years the records were lost in a flood of the church basement. Now we don't even know the family name.

They also stole this one. The memorial to all veterans honored all veterans and those who died in attacks on our country.(unlike the Village monument which came months later and honors only those who are interred there.) The gang probably felt that the first memorial (the one above) to all veterans was in competition with their new memorial and they wanted an excuse to get rid of it. But the memorials were quite a ways away from each other so there was no reason why the first one should be removed. It served a good purpose. It pointed out something that our young people are not taught in school. Most young people can't tell you about Pearl Harbor or WWII or even why or who we fought and many are unaware of events of 9-11 and that over 400 policemen and firemen were among the 3000 killed. It gives a message to our young people to be vigilant and be prepared. And after all these years they put out a book and left those honored by those memorials out of their book. Perhaps this social clique should be renamed the Heritage Robbing Society because they did indeed rob future generations of our Warren Heritage. It is time they corrected this serious mistake and do what is right and place new memorials out there to replace the ones they trashed or sold whatever. If they do I will remove these statements from my pages. It is time they restored our Warren Heritage and stop stealing it. And now their new rules allow them to remove any stone they don't like anytime without notice. Who appointed them cemetery Gods who steal memorials families have placed from a cemetery they don't even own.

They also stole a stone that honored the flag that these men died for and what it stood for it said: Our flag stands for Liberty, Justice Free Speech - Press, Maintain our Freedoms. This is what these men dought and died for. Now many of the young people Do not know what our flag stands for or what it stood for or even why and who we fought in WWII.

These memorials were causing no harm. They posed no threat. There is nothing

disrespectful or wrong with them. There was lots of room for them. These memorials were given to these hometown soldiers, without cost to the city, honoring these our Warren boys.

Those stones honored these Warren boys who died. It is wrong to steal these memorials from the cemetery and would be wrong to sell them.

One cannot disrespect our soldiers any more then remove their memorials from a cemetery. This gave Warren a black eye and showed great disrespect for our soldiers and they have made Warren the laughing stock of hundreds of people who care about preserving our history.

Nothing was found wrong with the memorials.

These are the only people we know of that have stolen stones from this cemetery. If you don't like a stone you can't just rip it out. (but they did and have gotten away with it so far)

Now it has been discovered that there are even more stones missing. What a disgrace to our city and great disrespect to our soldiers and their families.

The families who donated these memorials probably live out of town and are unaware of what has happened.

No one rips stones off of a grave and no patriotic citizen would rip out memorials belonging to our fallen soldiers and those who died on 9-11. These memorials were not their property nor is this cemetery. They have stolen memorials belonging to soldiers who gave their lives for our freedoms. This is the most shameful event in Warren's history.

They even state that they now will remove anything that they don't like including grave stones without warning. See their new dictated rules. One rule states all stones must have a 42 inch deep foundation using 5-6% aerated concrete. This means that a simple four inch flat headstone requires this huge unreasonable foundation which in several cases will mean that creating it may actually desecrate remains because in the old days not all remains were buried below this level. Even today the top of a vault is often only about four feet down. What if a baby is buried on top of this? And there are often shallow graves in old cemeteries. Remember these were dug by hand, often in bad weather sometimes with rain partly filling the grave hole. If the body had an infectious disease or the family was ill or weak or if the ground was frozen or if it was pouring rain all of that influenced how deep the grave was dug. More than one person including a sexton informed me to be careful in digging around in cemeteries because in a few cases the remains were not far below the surface. Remember this is not a modern commercial cemetery where commercial mechanical diggers do the hard work. Rather this is a rural farmers cemetery. The new unnecessary rules do not even allow people to leave a flower on a stone or grave without a receptacle. This is unreasonable to loved ones and creates unnecessary work for me a caretaker. We don't need more plastic glass and metal things blowing around to get cut up by the mower and create sharp fragments that can injure children and hurt feet.

If they are so concerned about foundations there are many stones that have fallen over (like Metro which may weigh half a ton) and some that are on the verge and they have done nothing about this. I brought this to their attention over a year ago and even suggested they have a company fix a few of the taller monuments that are teetering on the verge of falling over and possibly hurting someone especially children who lean and may pull on them. A child could actually be killed there it is so dangerous. I met a man there who had two legs broken by a falling stone there when he was a child. But they have ignored my warning.

The people responsible for the records through time most likely varied in their duties integrity and accepting of responsibility. But is clear that several folks along the way were negligent in their duty and responsibility. This is most disgraceful. It is not uncommon for rural cemeteries to be neglected and records lost but there was a village here. This is absolutely inexcusable. And it is even more so for a local historical society that has been around for a very long time to not to have pursued the gathering of records and now for their actual selling or disposing of memorials placed in this cemetery by families in memory of their loved ones. They all seem like nice persons. But their their ignorance of research by my myself and others leading to the stealing of the only Soldiers Memorial naming many buried here, and the Unknown Soldier memorial, and the Memorial to all Soldiers and those Killed on Attacks on our Country, and the stealing of the Flag Memorial and the Children and Pioneers Memorial and most recently of several other memorials now perhaps even including Epitaphs and markers is criminal (grand larceny), disrespectful, destructive of history and inexcusable.

And as a soldier and veteran when one considered what soldiers have had to go through in war and that many of them died and to have someone who has never fought for our country or accompany a casket home with a dead comrade or carry his body out of a battle, I have to stand up and say this was wrong. As a soldier and veteran I will work until I die to respect our soldiers and their honor. But I am old and in poor health and all I can do is write books and speak to people because it seems no one cares. We soldiers die to secure our freedom and low lifes like these rip out our gravestones and destroy our history. I fully earned the right to speak for these Warren boys who served our country. We feel ripping out soldiers memorials is desecration and treason.

History of Warren Union Cemetery

June 21 1845 Peter Gilette sold a piece of property 9 rods north and south and 12 rods east and west for $12 to establish a burying ground. Sold to: Isaac and Oliver Barton, F Ames, W Davy, A Dennison, Halsey, A Hitchcock, J Hoxie, S Royce, R. Smith, C Smith, W Torey, J Scott, A Haight, E Johnson, W Jenny, O Murry, and others. (I have to get deed to finish this) The original cemetery was 294 square feet or .625 acres. It was divided into lots 10feet by 30 feet. But soon more land was added. More land was purchased in 1854, 1877 and 1885 making the total 1 acre. As this paper is already too long I have deeds, maps and other documents relating to this cemetery in my document book. Some of them show which piece of land was added when and where.

There arises the question of how many grave spaces are in the land area of this cemetery. That is not easy to answer. Sure in a modern cemetery you can plan out in advance how wide and long the graves will be and what aisles and paths there will be but in 1845 we only have the size of a lot.

There are now 49 rows the total width is 533.36 feet divided by 49 gives an average row of 10.88 or about 11 feet that fits fairly well except at the back where things appear to get out of alignment.

I took measurements thinking OK a grave is perhaps 3 feet wide and ten feet long and the ends with a three foot aisle but those do not fit. Some lots have graves closer together some are farther apart and the aisles do not all go straight. The human body was smaller back in 1845 and most of the burials were children so that throws things off also. The average body considering that many died at a younger age was as an adult 15 inches wide a child from four inches to 12 inches wide. That is no help. The average coffin in modern time is 28 inches wide but back then would been a little smaller. If the average body was adult was 15 inches than the coffin (widest at the shoulders) was less than 18 inches wide and they could be in times of epidemic fitted one pointing East and one pointing west to fit in the already crowded family lot, at two to a yard width. Remember many coffins were for younger persons and were hand made. Some children were buried with only the blankets they died on wrapped around them. Remember at times burials were done very quickly often the same day or next day as they did not want the body in the home. Particularly with stillborns burial was often quick and sometimes private.

At that time there were an average of 15-20 children buried for each 10 adults. Some years more than that. St Clement had 2 children per adult several years and one year 4 per adult. A 10 foot by 30 foot lot can hold from 1-20 adults on just one layer 40 on two layers. Or 10-15 adults and with the room at the bottom an additional 1-120 children. That last number being babies. Not that likely but just pointing out the possible. And with double layer 30 adults and 240 babies. (do the measurements yourself and it is an unlikely but physical possibility.) Of course this is in physical theory seems impossible but is quite possible. In practice many babies and children were buried at the ends of or on top of an adult burial. The concept of a standard grave size does not fit these old family plots. In a 10 foot by 30 foot at 24 inches 15 adults side by side or with 28 inches width 12.8 adults, with 30 inch width 12 adults and with 36 inches 10 adults side by side with room for children at the end. With a ten foot space there is four feet which means many babies, or several toddlers or a few preteens also would fit in a 10 by 30 lot. Of course we are talking of burials. If there was a family that wanted cremation (which was relatively uncommon back then) many many more could be buried or sprinkled on/in that lot. So a 10 by 30 foot lot can have 1-30 adults and 1-240 babies. That are the physical possibilities but what about in practice. Without good records or digging up remains that answer is elusive. It appears most likely that there are probably 10-20 burials in a full 10x30 lot considering several being children or babies. Some lots have less some lots may have more than that. We don't have a way to find. Ground radar may not work on these old graves as caskets and bones dissolve.

What about grave width. Now a study of existing lots shows that many graves average about 36 inches but some are less and some are more. Consulting history the standard coffin was only 28 inches wide on outside. Several spacings were computed with results below. Remember families were poor and saved everywhere they could so they could bury in narrow or wider space as they chose. The cemetery property is roughly 533.36 wide by 237.75 feet North but the first 27 rows are only about 166 feet North. The northern strip which is about 60 feet wide and goes full length of cemetery was probably used for stilborns, babies and paupers but is now eroded and wild. At 36 inch width that amounts to 3010 total grave spaces, at 30 inches 3721 grave spaces, at 28 inches 3987 grave spaces and at 24 inches 4651 grave spaces. This is total potential graves on one layer. Now subtract area behind fence if it is determined that it wasn't used, but it was used at least a little because bones have been sighted in the erosion in past. This was a good place for stillborns, day old nameless babies and paupers and by those who wanted to bury someone and did not have the money to pay for a grave. Don't think this could not happen. There were no state agencies, 911 or funeral homes to help. Remember the family home was the funeral home. The body remained in the home until buried. Oh come on would you want to keep a body in your house especially if it might be infected and a threat to your family and children. Remember this was a rural area and did not necessarily have a farmhouse nearby. A deceased could be brought by farm wagon especially stillborns just after dusk and buried in the back behind shrubs without being noticed. This is not without possibility. Although not common it is more on the side of probable.

Row 49 would have 95 graves at 30 inch spacing 79 at 36 inch 101 at 28 inch and 118 at 24 inch grave spacing.

Row 28 would have 95 graves at 30 inch spacing 79 at 36 inch 101 at 28 inch and 118 at 24 inch grave spacing.

Row 27 would have 66 graves at 30 inch spacing 55 at 36 inch 71 at 28 inch and 83 at 24 inch grave spacing.

Row 2 would have 57 graves at 30 inch spacing 47 at 36 inch 54 at 28 inch and 74 at 24 inch grave spacing.

Row 1 is not counted as it has been intruded upon by West property owner. And what is cemetery property and what was cemetery property is unknown without a survey. The deed states the line is straight but now his land encroaches into the cemetery for his drainage. And his drainage may be responsible partly for the severe erosion at the back of the cemetery.

I have chosen in my computations to use 36 inch width figure because I can just list the graves in yards and because I think it fits the thinking of the people and the times. Families could and did bury closer than that and some farther apart depending on financial needs, weather at burial etc. Charting this out on a map worked fairly well to the 36 inch width but is wider than many burials were.

Now how deep. Even now even states differ Florida minimum is 12 inches but this can be waved by next of kin. Many states use the six foot standard some states are less and private cemeteries also vary. Was that enforced? Well in the 1850s the family itself had to dig the grave or hire someone. If the body had an infectious disease or the family was ill or weak or if the ground was frozen or if it was pouring rain all of that influenced how deep the grave was dug. More than one person including a sexton informed me to be careful in digging around in cemeteries because in a few cases the remains were not far below the surface. Babies and stillborns were often not buried at six feet even today. So to answer the question of how deep are the remains the answer is we don't know and I am not gong to dig to find out. Let them rest in peace. This is why I objected to Warren hysterical society's new rule that all foundations must be 42 inches deep. This could easily put a contractors machine digger into remains. They brushed me off saying suddenly that it would be handled by the committee. What committee? Who appointed them grave police? Who do they think they are to tell a family that they can't put a marker, epitaph or name brick on a family plot that is a hundred years old and have to hire a contractor to dig down 42 inches and aerate the concrete. They are insisting on this but ignore stones seriously tilting that can kill children or hurt people. I will encourage and prod them into taking action to do what is right.

I do not want to be negative but I am stating true observations in my research. If anything in any of my books is untrue I will gladly correct it if shown evidence in favor that a correction is needed. What is important is not that an old researcher is right but rather that the truth gets put into my books. I am old and my time left here is short I have absolutely nothing to gain by publishing an untruth. I have faithfully copied records and photographs and written down what people have told me. My books are my reputation and I want it to be that I was truthful. I have no desire to impress anyone rather just to be a humble historian who records our local history for future generations.

On May 24, 1884 the trustees of the Evangelical St Paul's Church purchased the east portion of the cemetery. The name refers to the union of the Methodist and the St Paul's congregations cemetery. A Warren Union Cemetery Association was organized in 1852. The historical marker states it consists of two and one quarter acres. (But it now may be a bit larger than that because the Red Run edge was vacated.)

Various parcels of land were added to the cemetery. In addition the easement of the Government land which runs 160 feet from the center of the Red Run River means that no one can build anything on the north side of the cemetery property. All that is allowed is plants.

All and any property which had been owned to the North of the cemetery was either sold to become part of the cemetery or abandoned due to the easement which runs up to the cemetery property. Currently this easement is the River, the embankment, mowed weeds about 40 feed wide and the rest up to the cemetery fence is tree and shrub covered and now eroded with much decaying wood and overgrown. If you want to dispose of a body it is the almost perfect place. At a cemetery, out of sight soft ground possible bodies and easy access.

For over 100 years the cemetery was maintained by family members and the two churches. The Methodist church abandoned the upkeep of the cemetery around the 1960s and those folks are Guilty of betraying the trust of the community by not at least protecting the records. What a shame!

St Pauls kept up their side thru the years but the West side grew into a jungle.

The Warren Historical Society began saving the cemetery in the late 1970s.

It sponsored the first clean up fix up on Aug 12, 1978. (Actually it wasn't the first which was done over a hundred years ago) Fotos were in a blue album.

Cleanups-fixups were held yearly in May starting in 1979.

The Warren Historical Society because of its work was awarded a Distinguished Service Award from Keep Michigan Beautiful in 1988.

A girl scout troop from the May V Peck school help (leader Suzanne Thebert help with clean-up on May 22, 1980. May V Peck was the last burial in the west end. Was in 1980. Property owners can still bury relatives there as cemetery property does not expire.

Cleanups were held in may in the 1980 .

On June 8, 1982 a “Walk thru the Past” tour and picnic was begun. Dorothy wrote her cemetery story.

In 1986 200 letters were sent to surviving residents and current residents requesting contributions. And $3200 was raised.

Warren Historical Society voted to contribute all of the profits from their annual Homecoming raffle to the Cemetery fund. In 1986 the raffle made a profit of $1264.

With this the Warren Historical Society in 1986 installed a six foot chain fence around the west, north and east sides, a total of 748 feet. Cost of $2,557,00. Also front fence was repaired from car crash. Cost $975.

Stones repaired in west end $382.

Another repair to front fence from another car crash. $208.

Monthly summer mowings at $75 = $450 per mowing plus new power mower and gas weed whip. .


Through action of the Warren Historical Society the city was convinced that street lights would help deter vandalism. In summer of 1986 5 new street lights were installed on North side of Chicago Rd in front of Warren Union Cemetery.

1987 clean up at east end as Denise Bourjaily the mower had so well cared for West end..

Chris singletree again hired to repair some broken stones June 27, 1987. Society paid half St Paul paid other. Total bill $260..

Homecoming raffle of 1987earned $845. and was donated to cemetery fund.

Dorothy Cummings and Pat Hallman conducted Cemetery Walk Sep 13, 1987. 50 people attended. Souvenir map printed on parchment paper designed by D Cummings and Jerry Schmeisser from Planning Commission.

Following death of Harold Stilwell Warren Historical Society voted to install a new sign in h is honor. New sign commissioned $200. Installation free donation from Roger VanderVlucht who owns old Murthum house.

In 1987 a young oak tree was donated by Maria Osterloh and planted in the west side of the cemetery by Maria and Dorothy Cummings.

In 1987 a young flowering crab tree was donated by Dorothea Peterjohn and planted in the west side by Maria and Dorothy.

Dorothy Cummings had a sign painted and tagged the old spruce tree as an Indian Marker Tree. At Christmas time Dorothy put a red ribbon and bow on it. 1987 Mowings total $450.

1988 Dorothy Comings working with St Paul to create an endowment fund for the continuing care of the entire Warren Union Cemetery.

Locks installed on all 3 gates for winter 87-88. Since no evidence of vandalism with new street lights we did not repeat this in future years.

Aug 24, 1988 received Distinguished Service Plaque from keep Michigan Beautiful for the beautification efforts in the cemetery.

1989 the St Paul's Cemetery Trust Fund papers were signed. Trustees: Merle Loch, Marilyn Dopp, & Dorothy Cummings.

1990 Nov 11 New flag pole and flag installed complements of “Woodsmen of America. Work done by Andy Plischenko and June Cox.

1991 May 5 Denise Bourjaily began mowing the entire cemetery.

Rat Stilwell had the cemetery sign painted.

1992 Sep 19 Dedication ceremony for Michigan Historic Marker. Representatives from Warren Historic Commission presented the marker. Mayor Bonkowski was present to accept and ministers from both St Paul and Methodist church were present. Approx 100 people attended.

1993 June 5 “Matts Lawn Care” took over mowing of cemetery.

1994 July Matt sold business to “Showcase lawn Service” owner Joe Machiniak.

1993 April 28 A time capsule closing ceremony was held at 2 PM to celebrate the Centennial of the Village of Warren.

1994 April The Grobbel group, 4H Garden Club started the Butterfly Garden in the cemetery. They laid out the “flagstone” cement walk; installed a wooden bench; dug up ground and planted some flowers.

1996 October a Joint work from Warren Historical Society and Warren Garden Club cleaned up and replanted the Butterfly garden. This work has been repeated most years since.

Beginning in 1998 Tom Turmel of Warren has donated and installed as of 1999 28 trees and many shrubs. Before this time most of the cemetery was only grass with only the few big trees and the new Oak and Crab apple tree. As of 2012 one can see that he has transformed the cemetery into a place of beauty. He has done all of this without pay. Fourteen years later a stone plaque was presented to him and was going to be placed in the flower garden at Warren Union Cemetery but will end up in Toms personal garden for fear of the Warren Historical Society stealing that also.

2003 April “Showcase Lawn Service” sold business to “GDM Lawn care” owner June Mead.

2010 a Memorial to all soldiers, veterans and those who died on attacks on our country was donated anonymously by families. It urged our young people to be Vigilant and be prepared.

In 2010 a Memorial to all veterans and those who died on attacks on our country was donated anonymously by families. It urged our young people to be Vigilant and Be Prepared. We think it filled a need because people forget and many youngsters were too young to remember the events or not born yet. And young people need to know that our country can be and has been attacked more than once. Our young folks for the most part are not taught about Pearl Harbor or WWII, or 9-11. Many were too young to remember what happened or not even born yet. We should honor all veterans and those who died in the attacks on our country. Not just people who served in the military. We lost over 400 policemen and firemen on 9-11 with the 3000 who were killed. Shouldn't there be a remembrance of this for future generations. Well one was donated without cost to the city and there was lots of room for it in this old cemetery. And it was there a long time not hurting anything, doing no harm. And it was doing its job of educating visitors. I saw parents being children to that spot while I was doing research. Unfortunately the village veterans memorial did not do this job, did not mention all veterans or those who died in attacks on our country and only honored those interred here. Us veterans and those who knew firemen or relatives who died at Pearl Harbor or on 9-11 feel the newer memorial was nice but a little shortsighted. Those folks who placed the new one needlessly ripped out the old one even though it was in a different place, and that upsets us veterans. What a shameful act.

In 2011 the Village Commission had extra money in its city account and decided it was going to donate a memorial to veterans interred in the cemetery. It was placed in the cemetery with great fanfare, The dedication was June 15, 2011. Old time military band (5th Michigan Regiment Band) playing, mayor speaking and the Warren Police Honor guard. A tent set up for shelter. There was lots of guests and publicity. This brought a lot of attention to this old cemetery. Perhaps partly as a result families donated four memorials to our soldiers and a Children's Memorial. The majority of descendants of the early Warren families live out of town and in other states. The families who donated these memorials were probably from out of town and they made the donations anonymously. My guess was this was done to put the emphasis on the message on the memorials rather than on who donated it. It may be noted that they consulted historian Wesley Arnold's big website for the names of the soldiers buried there and other information because that was the only source available and he probably had given them his web site card when they visited the cemetery. Another factor was that the historian had spent many hours in that cemetery doing research taking measurements etc. During the time he was there he stated that several people visited and he gave them a tour and his website card. He also stated he often suggested that a memorial was needed naming our soldiers and he would like to see an unknown soldier memorial and that there were hundreds of children buried there without markers. He tells of one woman visitor who did not live in Warren who may have recently lost a relative who was very interested in the idea of these memorials. It is not polite to ask women for their name and addresses at first meeting so no notation of hers was made.

Later in the year a flag was donated by Senator Levin that had flown over the White house. The Historical Society and Levin made a big show of this but totally neglected to mention the dangerous conditions in the cemetery and need of repairs. (Stones about to fall over that could harm people especially children.) The huge Metro stone had already gone over and that could have killed a child because it was too heavy for a rescuer to lift off of a child.

On about July 14 five memorials were stolen from the cemetery. That evening the theft was discovered by historian Wesley Arnold and Tom Turmel and the police were called. The police refused to come as we could not give them an address for the cemetery as it has no address. Besides the 911 operator probably thought it was a prank call. Who reports stones stolen from a cemetery? So a police report was made late that night. The next morning Wesley was awakened by the Macomb Daily reporter wanting facts on the theft. It was amazing how the reporter could even know about this. It seems they check police reports in search of news to put in the paper. He requested he meet the historian at the cemetery and show him where the 5 stolen stones had been. During this time News 4 showed up with Bora Kim. It was pointed out that $4,000 worth of new beautiful granite markers had been stolen but we could not come up with any reason as nobody steals memorials from a cemetery. They could be resurfaced and sold was the only explanation that seemed logical. WWJ news radio also called the historian and he could only tell them what I knew. Well soon it was on the Radio. When I got home my phone was ringing and it was WWJ who told me that a woman (Sue Keffer) had called and confessed to having the stones removed. I called the Warren police and Lt Beck confirmed that Sue had called

them and told them Warren Historical Society had the stones removed and that they knew where they were. The Warren police not knowing what to do just treated this incident as a dispute among historical society members, so no police action was taken.

I called the Warren police and Lt Brock confirmed that Sue had called them and told them she had the stones removed. The Warren police not knowing what to do just treated this incident as a dispute among historical society members, so no police action was taken. The story did hit the Macomb Daily the next day 15 July.

In 2012 it was discovered that additional memorials had been stolen a new stone with an Epitaph and others and also a bronze marker is missing. This has got to be stopped. Since the police won't do anything and since the families who donated these are probably from out of town all I can do is publicize this in my books and website. It is my hope that one of these families who donated these memorials will see this and sue the H out of them hopefully putting a stop to this stealing of memorials. As of 2012 now that public opinion is against the stealing of the memorials the officers of the Warren Historical Society are now trying to blame others. Now they are trying to say the Warren Village Commission did it. But those folks did know anything about it (except for one person who I have named above who was one of those who physically removed the memorials) But even the minutes show that no vote was taken on this issue. But since the secretary of the group was the wife of one of the aledged perpetrators the minutes could be easily doctored. This historian was an insider in the Historical Society until this happened. I saw how they were upset at memorials they could not take credit for. And they were livid at my name having been quoted on two stones. And they wanted to blame me for donating the stones. (Even if I had had the thousands of dollars that cost which I didn't as I have better things to do with my little social security check than put out stones that only 12 people are going to see in a year. I actually can't take credit for these memorials. I did promote the idea of the need for these memorials to visitors of the cemetery.) It was obvious that they were irritated that anyone but them could put memorials in that cemetery and take credit for it which I did not do. They kept this from me which is why the stealing was done in secret because I was on the Historic Commission. (So were they) I have since quit volunteering for this group. I tried fighting this at the Commission meeting but was outnumbered and outvoted. I was the only one who defended these memorials. As a Veteran and former soldier it was my duty.

Sorry to have spent so much of your time on this. Anyway I will close with one last veteran statement again and move on. We veterans who survived wars speak for the soldiers buried there. We veterans went through hell, were wounded, saw friends die, heard the pain filled screams of mortally wounded men, put friends body parts into body bags, accompanied friends caskets home. We served our country with honor and integrity. We feel it is wrong to steal soldiers memorials and especially ones which show soldiers honored service to future generations for whom they fought and died. They at least earned their name on a granite memorial and this grave robbing gang has no right to steal soldiers memorials they don't own out of our cemetery. Now visitors including young people will not be able to see who these soldiers were. Now many of our soldiers have no marker at all because the only one they had was stolen. We want them replaced.

Persons buried at Warren Union Cemetery

First is a list of persons buried in Warren Union Cemetery from Warren Township records. Note death records only give name of cemetery but not location in cemetery. At the end of this document is an additional list of persons who may be buried here. This is not a wish list but a probable list. As this is from obituaries, death records, family records, township records, etc. In the old days John Beebe for example of a famous person from Warren history lived here most of his life, raised his children here, they got married here, his wife and some of his children are buried here in Warren Union Cemetery. His son was the village undertaker also. He was the Township supervisor, ran the toll gate, had a business here for many years. His church service was in or near the cemetery. A cemetery search was made and he was not listed being buried anywhere else. Also no records have been discovered indicating that he was buried anywhere else. The logical conclusion is that he is probably and most likely buried here. Is there a record not any longer as it has been lost by negligence. That is why his name will be with many others who are probably here in Warren Union Cemetery.

Here are a few remaining Township records.

Fred Austin Reddick b Troy township Oakland Co. Feb 4, 1875 d oct 27, 1937 son of Frank Austin Reddick of Belleville One & Fannie Janette Wilson, Troy. Husband of Mazie Reddick. Inspector Ford motor Co. informant Lloyd F Reddick. Died in Warren Michigan.

William Henry Smith b Vermont, d Dec 25, 1898 aged 41 son of A Smith and Sarah J Sentus of Vermont. Married- physician. Gunshot wound to head. Dr Geo G Robinson-Undertaker, P Dusenbury, Utica. This was our Doctor Smith. It may have been an accident although accounts called it a suicide. Accidentally dropping a rifle and trying to catch it could have caused this. I have had correspondence with his family and they are also unsure. But he is in Warren Union Cemetery with a big marker.

Transit permit from Detroit #393 to bring for burial at Warren, Mi Thos R ? Hutton aged 39, who d at Detroit, jan 16, 1891 of Heart failure. Undertaker, Blake-medical attendant, Hal. C Myman, MD(order dated Jan 17, 1891. So he is in Warren Union Cemetery.

Jacob Rickabus b Belgian d Jan 19, 1899 age 38-3-9 to St Clements cem parents unknown Married farmer. Went to St Clements Cemetery.

Jesse Mason b Mi d Feb 22, 1899 age 38-9-5 buried M Cem Warren son of J C Mason b Mass & L Davy, England, married-druggist. So he is in Warren Union Cemetery.

Ester Beebe, b England d April 1, 1899 age 70-1-30 burial ME Cem at Warren Mi dau of Chas Davy & Liddy Gravy, England. Widowed-housekeeper. She is in Warren Union Cemetery. She was the wife of the famous John L Beebe Toll gate keeper, Tinsmith, and Warren Township official. We think her husband is in Warren Union Cemetery also as his service was here just a years earlier and there is no record of him anywhere else.

Lambert Diselrod b Mi d Apr 1, 1900 age 1-3-0 son of John G Diselrod & Minnie Wilson of MI. Is in Warren Union Cemetery.

Willie Lyons b Mi d Nov 16, 1901 ag 22-0-15 son of W?C Lyons & Lillie Beebe, Mi single. Probably son of A C Lyons the painter and census taker probably in the Davy rows in Warren Union Cemetery.

Charles Clayton Reddick b MI d Nov 30, 1901ag 0-0-1 son of ? Reddick Mi & ?arnes Kelly Ill. I checked with family they are not sure where he was buried but some other family members are in Warren Union Cemetery.

Christian Buhl b Germany Apr 11, 1852 d Feb 21, 1930 son of Ludwig Buhl & Maria Saner of Germany. Husband of Christina Buhl. Retired farmer Informant Wm Buhl, New Haven Mi res. Next to Methodist Church on 7th St Warren always in memory of FAC. Well that church is just down the street from Warren Union Cemetery.

Christina Buhl b Germany Jan 11, 1853 d May 8, 1928 dau of William Schrieber & ? of Germany. Wife of Christ Buhl. Most likely in Warren Union Cemetery but no record.

Harry Didier (infant) b June 13, 1930 d June 13, 1930 son of Guy W didier of Bay Co Mi & Annie Mitchell of England. Died in Warren and if they were not catholic is probably in Warren Union Cemetery but no record and no stone.

Frank A Reddick b Belleville, Ont May 11, 1849 d Jan 9, 1931 son of John Reddick & Elizabeth Reddick of Ont Canada Retired farmer. Husband of Fannie J Wilson. Has family buried in Warren Union Cemetery. Talked with surviving family no one alive knows where he is buried but is in Warren Union Cemetery.

John Metro b Warren Sep 12 no yr, d June 10, 1931 ag 75 yrs. Son of Joseph Metro of France & Mary Jane Winecoup of Penn retired butcher. Husband of Della Metro lived at 8833 Chicago Rd near Warren Village. Lived in Warren. Other Metro folks buried in Warren Union Cemetery. But no record.

Mary Steffens b Feb 9, 1830 d Sep 22, 1932 dau of Paul Mildebrant of Germany wife of Ernst Steffens. Another unknown.

Archie Lyons b Detroit May 3, 1859 d Dec 15, 1935 son of Archie Lyons Mi & Amelia Delezenne, NY. Husband of Lillian Beebe. Father of Merton Lyons. Res corner Fillmore & Mound rds Warren Mi. FAC. He was a famous Warren government official, painter, census taker. Is likely he is in Warren Union Cemetery but again no actual record of burial.

Nathaniel Ames b MI d April 24, 1934 ag 74-3-5 son of ? Husband of Sarrie Ames. Farmer. Other Ames buried in Warren Union Cemetery but no actual burial record. This family owned some of the original lots in Warren Union Cemetery.

Fredericka Steins b Germany Sep 19, 1858 d July 20, 1934. dau of ? Fredericka Forgwardt of Germany. Wife of Henry Steins. Informant Earl Steins. Another unknown.

Caroline Meynert b Germany Nov 10, 1848 d 21 1935, dau of Louis Zeiby ? Of Germany Wife of Gustav Meynert. Mother of Fred Meynert, boat builder, FAC. Another unknown

Wright Tharrett b Mar 22, 1843 d Jan 24, 1928 ag 82-10-2 Van Dyke MI son of John Tharrett of England & Mary Tyson of Eng. Sad story. Most likely at Warren Union Cemetery.

Michael Wills married b Hamtramk, MI May 4, 1852 d May 21, 1826 son of Henry wills & Catherine Wilson both of Germany. Wife Catherine Berger.

William Pennow b Germany Apr 6, ? d June 18, 1926 age 80-2-12 son of Gottlieb Pennow & Firudia of Germany. Widowed laborer.

Hannah D Moore b Warren Dec 24, 1867 d Jan 22, 1928 bur OakView, dau of George Heartline & Fredicka Ecksteine of Germany. Wife of Calvin B Moore. Both were Warren area families. A Moore family built the Moore Store which still exists. Eckstein lived near the creek was a business owner.

Ben Johnson Marshall b Ithica MI Mar 3, 1870 d May 27, 1940 son of ? & Sarah Cleveland of Mi. Husband of Jennie Crabtree. Was a butcher in general store. Informant Edw Mills, 5731 Chicago Rd Warren.

William Ramus b Wayne Co Mi May 25, 1869 d Jul 26, 1940 son of ? Worked at Warren brick yard. Informant son Fred Ramus.

And many pioneers and hundreds of stillborns, hour old babys, day old babys infants and children who died terrible deaths from the many childhood diseases which we not have cures for such as Whooping Cough, Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, Typhoid Fever, Inflammation of Bowels, Summer Complaint often with severe pain.

It is a fact of history that over 99% of the graves in the world are unmarked and also that the dead soon become forgotten.

Paupers were also buried in this cemetery in unmarked graves.

Note many stones are difficult to read so families should check the original stone.

This list also includes recordings made in 1938, 1940, 1997 and Wesley Arnold’s 2004 and 2010 studies. This is a list of stones and the people buried nearby. Both the stones and the bones below are slowly returning to dust. Stones are listed by Lot Rows starting as S W corner and proceeding East. Lot rows run South to North. Wes donates all of this free. It is on the website macombhistory.us The* symbol means that it was listed on a walk thru prior to 2004. In some cases the stone no longer exists but I have listed the person buried nearby.

Example of numbering: R2-9ur translates to Row 2 nine yards North ur = unreadable

Hs = head stone fs = foot stone cs = corner stone us = unknown kind of stone partly buried

Stones are numbered in order from South to North as of June 2010. Names are listed on the stone. More means there are more difficult to read words. If there is no number in front of name stone is gone. People buried there are listed if known.

Note many epitaphs are so worn that they cannot be read. And the grave robber gang may be responsible for the stealing of epitaphs. These are the only people we know of who are stealing memorials out of this cemetery. They have a written policy that allows them to steal any stone they do not like without public notice. If you doubt this statement just ask for a copy of their new rules.

Row 1 from W most SW stone Landmark is Remington George medium size gray stone

Row-yards from south fence. If no number location is unknown.

1-2 Remington George D Jun 5, 1880 Apr 16,1918* in SW corner 4 feet from s Fence

1- head stone unreadable

1-3 Remington Catherine Nov 1, 1882 Dec 5, 1936*

1-3 head stone unreadable

1-9 unmarked grave and old well or drain

For Additional information on old over 3,000 Warren families contact Historian Wesley Arnold

1-10 Langel corner stone

1-11 Langel Arthur Joseph Oct 4, 1904 Nov 21,1923*

1-12 Langel Warren J 1912 1933

1-13 Langel Monument gray by fence

1-14 Langel Joseph M 1877 1945*

1-15 Langel Cordelia M 1876 1948*

unmarked grave

1-17 Langell corner marker

The fence curves in. There is cemetery property on other side of fence and possible graves.

Totals: probable persons based on stones 6 ; total graves 48 ; total unmarked graves 41

Row 2 from W. Landmark is BERGER BIG TALL gray STONE 15 feet from south fence

2-6 Berger Nicholas 1836 1920* CIVIL WAR VETERAN

2-1 Berger Johanna 1840 1899*

2-7 head stone FATHER

2-8 head stone MOTHER

2-9 head stone BABY PROBABLY R2 Berger Esmelia female 3m 1893 Summer Complaint

2-16 foot stone

2-17 foot stone

2-18 flat stone face down

2-19 Gesch Monument lists Lottie & Ferdinand

Gesch Lottie nee Gesch Jul 23, 1874 Oct 8, 1902 father Ferdinand Gesch* Mar 1842 Jul 1879

2-22 unreadable

Gesch mother b 1874 d 1902

Gesch Emilie*

Gesch Martha*

Gesch Ferdinand Gesch 1842 1879*

stone face down

2-27 BIG STONE Metro Monument now face down listed Phebe Stella, Geo, Richard

Metro Phebe 1869-* STONE FACE DOWN

Metro Geo 1867 1920*

Metro Stella 1893 1895*

Metro Richard 1891 1892*

Metro, Frank b Warren d Jul 24, 1898 ag1-10-13 son of Jos Metro of Warren and Agnes Giddly, Detroit. A marker has been stolen. 2 MISSING MARKERS

Totals: probable persons based on stones 15 ; total graves 48 ; total unmarked graves 33

Row 3 from W. Landmark is Reddick big gray stone (Skinner on back) 4 yards from fence

3-4 Reddick-skinner monument

Reddick Tom 1865 1940*

Reddick Emma B 1865 1948*

Reddick Melvin A 1904 1951*

other side Skinner Monument listed are Alonzo, Electa, Id J

other side Skinner-Reddick Alonzo May 21, 1826 Sep 6,1898*

Skinner-Reddick Electa J 1837 1910*

Skinner-Reddick Ida dau or A & EJ Skinner Oct 23, 1879 ag 20 yrs 4 mos*

3-7 base monument gone ond monument had inscription “We miss thee, yes, no tongue can tell, How much we loved thee, nor how well”




several unmarked graves

3-15 Mother

3-16 Father ur

3-17 Crawford-Tanner monument

Tanner Ida A Apr 23, 1871 d Jan 15, 1896 dau of David & Alice Wilson*

“Half blown the rose, half withered and died. Sweet perfume lingers around us still, and Mid the thorns at its faced side, But one bud remains to fill the place now left.”

{Tanner Ida d Jan 15, 1896 marr 25 bright disease rec 271 }

Crawford J M Nov 30 1824 Jan 31, 1912* CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Crawford Elizabeth wife of J M Crawford Oct 8, 1830 Jan 12, 1908*

Crawford had six small stones Mother Father, Ida, baby Emma One stone had lodge marker FGB and R N A*


3-25 Giff Effenie d Jun 15,1888 ag 70 yr 2 mo 15ds plus four graves Father, small stone E Giff

Giff Thistherod William 1881

“Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding, O'er the spoils that death has won, We would at this solemn meeting, calmly say “Thy will be done, Though cast down, we are not forsaken, Though afflicted not alone, Thou didst give and now has taken, Blessed lord, Thy will be done.”

3-29 Distlrod monument east

3-29 west Thistherod William Dec 28, 1881 ag 4 1m 5d white stone presented from Grandpa Giff*

Diselrod Lambert Feb 2, 1844 Apr 7, 1892 ag48 2mo 5d*

3-29 Diselrod Effie 1873 1944

Distelrath Lydia 1885 1923

unmarked grave

Note another Lambert Diselrod b Mi d Apr 1, 1900 age 1-3-0 son of John G Diselrod & Minnie Wilson of MI is buried in an unmarked grave here at the Warren Union Cemetery


Totals: probable persons based on stones 25; total graves 48; total unmarked graves 23

Row 4 from W. Landmark is John Gamble tall old gray stone

4-5 Gamble monument

Gamble John d Feb 5, 1895 ag62 7mo * “At Rest”

Gamble Infant children of J & I Gamble, had small stone father*

several unmarked graves

4-8 Gillett James H 1859 1907

Gillett Emma E 1863-1950 unmarked is a stone face down MARKER MISSING

unmarked grave

4-13 Walker Louis C 1869 May 7, 1898 ag 22-10-11 son of B Walker & Mary Hoyt single laborer*

4-14 Walker George B 1837 1914*

4-15 Walker Mary J 1843 1924*

unmarked grave

4-16 Halsey C Frank 1860 1938*

4-18 Halsey Edith M 1865 1938*

stone under ground

4-20 La Croix Julie 1888 1938*

4-21 La Croix Edith Anna 1905 1917*

4-24 square corner stones Kircher

4-26 Gotlieb Kirchner red stone

4-25 flat face down no words needs to be cleaned and re read

4-27 Kirchner Gottlob Father 1852 1927 tall gray* SERIOUS TILT

Kirchner Marie Justine wife of Theo Kirchner Feb 25, 1824 Sep 6 1885*

4-28 Distelrath Lydia E 1885 1923

4-29 Distelrath Lambert H 1886 1929

4-30 Distelrath monument only one side has words

Distelrath Kirchner Lydia E 1885 1923 “Mother”*

had two foot stone marked Mother 2 graves had IOOF emblem

stone under ground

unmarked grave

fence 33.5 yards

Totals: probable persons based on stones 17; total graves 48; total unmarked graves 31

Row 5 from W. Landmark is Cole tall gray granite 7 yards from S fence

5-4 head stone FATHER had IOOF emblem

5-6 head stone MOTHER

5-7 Cole monument tall gray

Cole Wm 1848 1908? CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Cole Wm L b1840 d no year on stone*

Cole Viola C his wife 1845 1909*

Cole Elvin ag 3 1867 1870*

Cole Clara R May 9, 1869 Jun 3, 1884 *

5-9 foot stone Clara

there are several unmarked graves here

5-24 corner stone

5-25 Tatro Francis 1843 1885 low stone

5-26 Schuster Loretta nee Tatro 1846 1931*

5-27 Tatro monument Francis Tatro d Oct 19, 1883 ag 39 10mo CIVIL WAR VETERAN

5-28 Harwood Ahas 1790 Dec 10, 1867 ag 78*

5-29 Tatro Francis 1843 d1883 ag39*

Harwood Minard 1851 1926* MARKER MISSING

Harwood Daisy B 1876* MARKER MISSING

5-34 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 11 ; total graves 48; total unmarked graves 37

Row 6 from W. Landmark is Halsey low gray granite medium size tree 2 yards from S fence

Halsey Hiram 1852 1933*

6-2 Halsey Hiram C 1832 1933

6-3 Halsey Edith A 1858 1946*

at least ten unmarked graves

6-12 foot stone

6-13 Elvin

6-14 Hoard monument words on 3 sides tall

Hoard Levi Jun 24, 1807 Jan 20, 1888* CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Hoard Lucina wife of Levi Hoard Sep 7, 1807 Oct 28, 1886 *

Hoard G W Aug 1, 1878 Nov 1910 on Hoard monument*

Hoard Elizabeth Sep 12, 1885 Jun 1, 1901 on Hoard monument co record shows dau of John Tharrett & Maria Tyson of Eng. Married*

Walker Gusta B wife of C E Walker Mar 16, 1872 Jun 18, 1900 on Hoard monument* and co records ag 29-3-2 dau of Hoard b Mi, & Elizabeth Tharrett or NY state. Married.

Walker Lewis C b May 18, 1900 d Jun 27, 1901 on Hoard monument ag 1-1-9 son of Chas Walker & Gusta Hoard Mi*

6-16 PA

6-17 unreadable and Hoard small stones mother father pa ma Mama* missing or unreadable

6-20 Osborne Maria 1860 1925*

6-21 Osborne Clinton E 1855 1902*

Near Osborne small marker Clifton* MARKER MISSING

stone underground

6-24 Wilson William 1818 1904* {Wilson William Mar 22 1904 marr 85 6 21 senile-- b Canada farmer John Wilson unk}

stone underground

6-25 Wilson Margaret 1835 1917*

6-27 Wilson John H 1859 1934*

6-29 Wilson Lizzie 1863 1951*

6-30 Wilson Mary 1866 1931* Warren township record d Apr 12, 1931 ag 35-1-2 dau of Henry Jessop & Elizabeth White of England. Wife Thomas T Wilson.

6-32 Wilson Thos T 1868 1934*

6-34 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 20; total graves 48; total unmarked graves 28

Row 7 from W. Landmark is Evarts low standing light gray about 2 yards from fence

7-2 Evarts Wallace Oct 26, 1885 ag 76 yrs* leaning not bad

7-3 Evarts Permaniah Penininh wife of Wallace O Jun 18, 1808 Nov 14, 1900 footstone mother*

{Evarts Permaniah 1890 Nov 14 ag82 widow Paralysis rec 237}

7-4 Evarts Alison A May 27, 1886 ag 38 yrs 3 mos* “Farewell Friend”

in this space are four unmarked graves

had foot stone Alison

7-9 Hoxsey James son of E Hoxsey Aug 27, 1854 Mar 22, 1887*

7-9 head stone FATHER

7-14 head stone

Hoxsey Thos son of James no date *

Hoxsey James died of consumption

4 graves clearly outlined on Hoxsey lot

two unmarked graves

7-15 Pereira monument big gray monument

Pereira M J Jan 20, 1843 May 2, 1919* CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Pereira Cordelia his wife MJ Dec 18, 1843 Dec 2, 1899 *

Pereira Frank A Apr 20, 1884 Jun 20,1928*

Pereira Arthur L Mar 4, 1906 Jan 20, 1914 *

had stones Mother, IOOF, K of C

unmarked grave

7-18 Pearsall Monument BIG

Pearsall Ira C Nov 3, 1891 ag 56 yrs 10 mo 26 days* is only name on monument

foot stone W P, Father

7-20 unreadable tall marker

William son of Iria and Anna Pearsall d Sep 9, 1876 ag 2 yrs 1 mo* MARKER MISSING

there are about 10 unmarked graves

four corner markers

7-25 Peck Monument big gray no names

7-26 Buckley John L uncle* 1890 May 12 ag 33 married farmer b MI John & Margaret of Warren Drownded Macomb County Record 239 per Wes Arnold historian

7-27 Buckley Sarah aunt* {Buckley Sarah A 1889 Mar 8 widow ag 73 record No 254 cancer in chest b NY }

7-28 Peck Celia J wife 1853 1927*

7-29 Peck Roy E 1881 1902*

7-30 Peck Harold E 1888 1902*

7-31 Peck Martha R wife 1860 1878*

7-32 Peck Edward H 1857 1941*

7-33 Peck May V 1885 1980*

7-34 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 22; total graves 49; total unmarked graves 27

Row 8 from W. Landmark is Tharrett Monument Big BIG gray 5 yards from fence

8-2 unreadable

8-3 stone unreadable

8-4 stone unreadable \

8-3 Tharrett Robert Jan 29, 1837 Sep 5, 1906 BIG* + foot stone FATHER {Tharret Robert Sep 3 1906 marr 69 8 3 cause ?cranatatic Insufficiency b MI farmer John/Maria}

8-4 Tharrett Diana wife of Robert Sep 21, 1843 Nov 3, 1912* + foot stone MOTHER

8-5 Tharrett Monument big tall

8-7 Tharrett Julia dau of R & D d Apr 17, 1874 ag 1yr 28 ds*

5 ft stones unreadable , Mother Father

from here to VanFleet are 12 unmarked graves or unused

8-15 VanFleet monument tall SERIOUS TILT

VanFleet Frederick d Sep 27, 1888 ag 73*

VanFleet Judiah H Mar 21, 1846 May 27, 1864 ag 18

VanFleet Frankey Oct 15, 1861 Oct 4, 1863* just under 2 years

VanFleet Theodore F Jun 23, 1842 Sep 18, 1864 ag22 CIVIL WAR VETERAN

8-16 4 lot corners T

8-16 Theodore also had stones, Judiah, Frankey


Edna L 1873 1931

8-17 LaDoucour monument no words BIG BIG

8-19 LaDoucour Edna L Mother 1873 1931*

8-20 LaDoucour Dr Edward W Father 1869 1927*Twp record b Blissfield, Lenawee Co Mi Aug 13, 1868 d Warren Jul 16, 1927 Wife Edna. Son of Joseph of Canada. Was M.D. In Warren Had son Harold who m Carrie and had children F C

8-21 LaDoucour Ralph E 1918 1924*

stone underground


8-31 Brandon Hazel 1886 1948*

8-32 Brandon Daniel S 1883 1953*

8-34 fence 34

Totals: probable persons based on stones 16; total graves 49; total unmarked graves 33

Row 9 from W. Landmark is Cartwright worn white sandstone about 2 yards from fence

9-2 John F son of F W & E d Feb 19, 1869 Cartwright ag 2yrs 4 mos 24 ds

9-2 foot stone J F C

9-4 Murthum monument tall gray worn

Murthum Minnie A wife of Wm Apr 22, 1884 ag 19 & 1 day*

“A loved one has gone from our circle On Earth we will meet her no more, She has gone to her home in heaven, And all her afflictions are o'er.

unmarked grave William Murthum

Had Addl stones Freddie, Minnie A


Cartwright Frederick W 1843 1911*

Emma Cartwright 1844 1938

9-8 head stone Emma Cartwright Emma wife of Frederick 1844 1938*

9-9 head stone Frederich

Murthum-Cartwright 4 lot corners marked C*

9-13 Tharrett John d Apr 22, 1876 ag77 3ms*

affliction sore I long have bore Physician skill were vain, till Christ the chief, he brought relief, and eased me from my pain

9-14 Tharrett Maria d Aug 7, 1889 ag 80 7ms 3 ds* widow ag 82 record 282 b England Pralysis of Heart Macomb County Record

Mother, you have gone and left us and we miss you in our house, But we hope again to meet you, where no parting will be known.”

9- J & M and had stone MT

9-13 Tharrett Theadore son of J & M d Jul 27, 1860 ag 11 yrs 4 mo 19 ds *

9-14 five stones unreadable ??lett ? W 1835 aged 2 yrs worn needs careful read

and another stone underground

9-17 Big Tharrett monument grey

Tharrett Willie R son of A & E d sep 17, 1885 ag2 3 ds* “Good Bye”

Tharrett Willie R 1883 Sep 17, 1885 ag 2 yrs 3 ds*

Tharrett Alonzo 1845 1903*

Tharrett Ella 1849 1929* township record b Norwalk, Conn Apr 11, 1840 Sep 21 1929 dau of James M Hoit & ? of Conn wife of Alonzo Tharrett

9-17 Theodore, son of J & M Tharrett d Jul 27, 1860 ag 11 yrs 4 ms 19 ds.

9-20 Smith George A 1845 1923*

9-21 Smith Dora 1859 1895* {Smith Dora June 27 1896 fe marr 35 tumer b Canada rec 273}

this area has 6 unmarked graves

9-28 Hearn Sarah 1849 1929*

9-27 Hearn Robert 1851 1927*

three unmarked graves

had Hearn corners

9-30 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 18; total graves 49; total unmarked graves 31

Row 10 from W. Landmark is Smith BIG big gray about 4 yards from fence

10-2 foot “PAPA”

10-4 Smith big gray monument

Smith W H MD Oct 4, 1856 Dec 26, 1899*

I have a family story on this man.

had stones Papa, lodge marker FGB

unmarked grave with lodge marker RNA

10-6 Hoxsey Bertha M 1872 1923

umarked grave

10-7 big gray monument Halsey

Halsey Nathan W Oct 3, 1826 Jan 27, 1910* head stone FATHER

Halsey Harriett E Mar 3, 1838 Feb 12, 1908 on Nathan stone*



stone underground

unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 4; total graves 50; total unmarked graves 46

Lot Row 11 from W. Landmark is Harwood big gray monument 3 yards from fence

11-3 Harwood new BIG gray monument

Elizabeth b 1837 d 1925 wife of

unmarked grave of Arnold Harwood Aug 25, 1816 May 21, 1914 MARKER MISSING

11-6 unreadable

11-6 Old Harwood monument

Harwood Children of A* E G Harwood all on tall monument* several children died

Harwood Alma E d Jul 11, 1882 ag18yrs 7ms 23ds *

Harwood Byron E d Aug 14, 1884 ag 17ys 11 mo 23ds*

Harwood Elmer d Dec 9, 1861 ag 6mo*

Harwood Elizabeth 1837 1925* MARKER MISSING

Harwood Elvira wife of A Harwood d Nov 13, 1858 ag36yrs 9ms* MARKER MISSING

11-6 Alma,

11-6 Byron

11-7 Evira

11-7 Harwood Elmira d Sep 22, 1851 ag 2yrs 4ms 21ds dau of A & E G Harwood*

11-9 Elmer

11-10 8 foot stones unreadable

11-14 Hoxsey Almeda dau of Edward and Margaret Jun 15, 1851 Dec 17, 1856 ag5 ys 6ms 8ds*

has foot stone MH needs help SERIOUS TILT

11-16 Hoxsey tall big monument

Hoxsey Edward Jul 26, 1827 May 6, 1896* + foot stone

{Hoxey Edward May 7 1896 marr 68 Cancer of Stomach b MI farmer rec 289 }

Hoxsey Margeret d Jul 25, 1884 wife of Edward ag 50yrs 8mo 23d*

11-16 foot stone Margaret

11-16 stone laying on face can't read

two corner stones unreadable

five unmarked graves

11-20 Hoxsey Catherine wife of George d Dec 21, 1875 ag 83 foot stone Catherine

foot stone E G

11-21 Hoxsey George d Apr 12, 1867 ag 67yrs 4 mo 7 ds*

five unmarked graves

11-27 Gillett Peter died May 13, 1862 age 73* west side had foot stone PG

11-27 Sylvester Royce stone on east side

11-29 Gillett Sally wife of Peter Gillett d Apr 16, 1851 age 60 yrs* had foot stone SG

11-30 Gillett Mary dau of P & S d Feb 28, 1863 ag 39 yrs 4mos 21ds*

lot had Gillett stones Mother, Father, George*

11-31 head stone George

Jame wife of Fredrick banks d Sep 4, 1874 ag 74 stone broken on ground foot stone JB


11-32 head stone unreadable

11-33 Gillett monument tall

Gillett monument tall shows Gillett William Nov 20, 1813 May 25, 1894*

Gillett Jane Jan 11, 1817 May 17, 1897 on Wm monument*

Totals: probable persons based on stones 18; total graves 50; total unmarked graves 32

Row 12 from W. Landmark is Barton tall pink stone

12-5 foot stone unreadable

12-6 foot stone unreadable

12-7 Barton monument tall pink monument

Barton Oliver Jan 31, 1822 Mar 15, 1897*

Barton Frances M wife of Oliver born Apr 13, 1826*

also lists John and Chloe

Barton Chloe d May 16, 1850 ag 69 yrs

John H Barton d Dec 5, 1856 ag 76 yrs

had stones MOTHER, FATHER JHB, OB foot stone JHB

two unmarked graves

two stones underground

four unmarked graves

12-13 Davy Isaiah May 4, 1822 May 31, 1891*

12-16 Davy Willie R son of Isaiah & Sophronia d Mar 13, 1855 ag 5 ys 9ms 18ds*

12-16 Davy Izora A dau of Isaiah & Sophronia d Mar 3, 1855 ag 3 ys 7ms 6ds*

12-17 Denizon James Orison son of Avery and Mary d Mar 18, 1842 ag 20 ys 2m 6d*

unmarked grave

12-19 Denison David A W son of David T and Augusta A ag7 mo*

unmarked grave

12-20 Denison David son of Avery & Merck Denison

Denison David son of David and Mercy L djUL 26 1853 ag27 9 6* MARKER MISSING

His dying words “Farwell dear friends, I leave you here, With her to me who is most dear, For health decline and I must die and go to Mansions in the sky, I leave you in the hands of God, who purchased you with His own Blood, Though I must bid you all goodbye, I hope to meet you in the sky.”

12-21 Denison Elsey Hough wife of D A d Oct 23, 1840 ag 24 5ms 1 dy* “Farewell my dear husband, the Lord bide me come, Farewell my dear sistersI am now going home . Bright angels are whispering, so sweet in my ear, away to my Saviour, my spirit shall steer. I am going, I am going, but what do I see, 'Tis Jesus in glory appears unto me, To Heaven, to Heaven, I am going, I'm gone, All glory, Oh Glory, 'tis finished, 'tis done.”

six unmarked graves

12-27 Royce Sylvester W d Jul 12, 1862 ag 47ys 7ms + foot stone

five unmarked graves

12-27 Mary J Royce d Dec 12, 1867 ag 48y 11m 6ds had foot stone Our Mother

two unmarked graves

12-29 Wood Sylvia A Nov 10, 1838 Sep 3, 1880 on the Mary Barr stone*

and daughter Mary A Barr Oct 23, 1860 Jun 9, 1881 only 19 ys old

12-31 Walker Archie Hoyt 1891 1911*

12-32 Walker Burrett 1889 1920*

12-33 Walker Burrett Sr 1866 1936

12-34 Walker Etta 1870-1948

unmarked grave

Totals: probable persons based on stones 18; total graves 50; total unmarked graves 32

Row 13 from W. Landmark is Ames BIG BIG GRAY STONE

13-3 Ames Elton M Jun 9, 1867 Nov 5, 1867*

13-4 Ames big gray stone

13-5 Van Antwerp Sarah wife of Wm d 1867 ag 75y flat on ground + footstone S A*

Van Antwerp Brother*

unmarked grave

13-6 Ames Milo Aug 4, 1840 Dec 7, 1920*

13-7 Ames Cordelia W May 5, 1842 Jun 2, 1916*

Ames Polly wife of Smith Ames 1855 ag 48y by M Ames*

Ames Smith husband of Polly d 1858 ag 51y by M Ames*


Ames, Polly wife of Smith Ames d feb 15, 1855 ag 48y 5m 12d stone Polly by M Ames

Ames Smith husband of Polly died Feb 3, 1859 aged 51y 4m 27d by M Ames

13-9 flat face down needs careful read NEEDS READING

unmarked grave

13-9 foot stone unreadable

13-10 Van Antwerp Dan’l eldest son of Wm & Sarah d Mar 8, 1859 ag 47y 4m 16d* SERIOUS TILT

Sarah wife of William d Sep 4, 1867 ag 75 7m 4d foot stone SA stone flat near front fence

A light from our household is gone, a voice that we loved is stilled, a vacant place is in our house, that never can be filled. “Brother in the solemn trust, we comment thee dust to dust, in that faith we wait til risen, Thou shalt meet us all in heaven.”

four unmarked graves

possible unmarked grave

13-19 Norris John N *May 18, 1824 -1891 Aug 9 widower 67 blood poison b NY farmer Macomb County rec 225

Norris Amanda May 27, 1821 Jan 4, 1890 on John Norris stone*

four unmarked graves

13-17 Brown Lydia Barclay d Sep 9,1864 ag 19y 7m 19d*

Friends are passing over. Also had foot stone LBB

13-18 Brown Amanda Hall wife of N Hollister d Oct 23,1876 ag 61-2-4*stone broken on ground

had foot stone AHB

possible unmarked grave N Hollister

eight unmarked graves

13-26 Ames Franklin Dec 6, 1803 Feb 22, 1880*

possible unmarked grave wife of Franklin Ames

eight unmarked graves

13-33 Morehead Charles Adair Sep 16, 1865 ag24* inscriptioncan't read


Totals: probable persons based on stones 15; total graves 50; total unmarked graves 35

Row 14 from W. Landmark is Barr tall white stone 4 yards from fence

14-4 Barr Margarett wife of R C Barr d Feb 6, 1884 ag78y* NEEDS CALKING

two unmarked graves

14-7 Barr Orlando D son of D C and P O Barr d Sep 15, 1863 ag1-9-28* had foot stone ODB

ten unmarked graves

14-7 foot stone unreadable

14-8 Barr Mary A dau of RC & M Barr d Nov 8, 1850 ag 1y-6m-13d*

14-8 Barr Mary S 1860 1881*SEE 12-29 “A mother and a wife most dear A faithful friend lies buried here” She was an affectionate wife and mother, a dutiful daughter and good sister. Her loss is deeply felt by all

Barr Nancy E dau of R. C & M Jan 17, 1846 ag2 8ds* on tall monument

14-9 Barr Reuben C d Jan 7, 1873 aged 70y 10m* NEEDS CALKING

Go Home dear friend, Wipe off your tears, Here I must lie, Till Christ appears.

Seven unmarked graves

14-14 Minns Robert Osborn son of Phillip and Mary Jane Aug 10, 1868 Jan 31, 1873 ag4y 5m 21d had foot stone RGM* [Minns Robert Osborn Jan 31 1873 4y 5m cont cough]

14-15 Minns Philip d Nov 25, 1889 ag74y 3m 14d*

unmarked grave

14-16 Minns Elisha W son of P & M J Minns d Aug 26, 1872 ag 2 mo 15 ds*

[Minns Elisha O aug 26 1872 2m Scarlet Fever]

14-16 Minns Mary Jane wife of Philip dau of E W & M Halsey d Jun 8, 1872 ag42*

She was an affectionate wife and mother, a dutiful daughter and good sister. Her loss is deeply felt by all. Foot stone MJM

14-18 Halsey Mary Jane wife of Philip Minns dau of E W & M Halsey d Jun 18, 1872 ag42 1 m 26d *

14-18 Elisha W Halsey d Aug 7, 1874 ag 88y 7m 9d also stones MOTHER, FATHER

possible [Halsey Elisah d1891 Aug 3 male 81 married old age b NY Farmer Macomb County rec 234]


N H Lauria b Mar 4, 1874 d Jan 23, 1878 ag 3ys 8 mos 19ds had stone NHL MARKER MISSING

M E Lauria b Mar 17, 1877 d aug 24, 1877 ag 5 mo 7ds had stone MEL MARKER MISSING

three unmarked graves

14-22 Halsey Charley C son of N W and H E Halsey d Dec 8, 1859 ag 3ys 26ds*

six unmarked graves

14-26 Cole Marilla wife of Moses Cole d May 11, 1864 ag 25ys 6mos 16ds had head stone

unmarked grave Moses Cole

unmarked grave

14-27 Smith Harriet wife of Robert D d Feb 5, 1860 ag 51 8m 16d*

unmarked grave

14-28 Smith John B son of R D & H d Sep 7, 1858 ag 26 5m 13d had stone JBS*

14-29 Gamble John son of B G d Aug 6,1869 ag 3mo 2ds*

14-30 head stone

unmarked grave

unmarked grave had marker “Evelyn” MARKER MISSING

14-33 Smith Robert D Jan 11,1803 Jan 10, 1889 ag 86*

[MCDR Smith Robert D Jan 18 1888 86 md paralysis]

14-34 Smith Esther G Apr 14, 1811 Sep 23, 1899 had stones Mother & corner stones S*

foot stone

Spalding lot had 4 corners marked S

14-35 west Gamble Benjamin G 1843 1900 big gray stone CIVIL WAR VETERAN

old record Gamble stated Benjamin G Jan 16, 1843 Feb 6, 1900

14-35 east On Govt stone Co H 2nd Mich Cavalry B G Gamble [Benjamin enlisted Sep 15, 1861 in Warren for 3 years at age of 19. Mustered out Oct 2, 1861 due to gun shot wound in right leg. He was discharged for disability at Detroit Jan 15, 1864.]

14- stone old unreadable

14-37 Spaulding Sadie Gamble wife of Burr Maynard Spaulding Sep 11, 1849 Sep 20, 1916*

14-38 Spaulding Burr Maynard Aug 22, 1849 Jan 15, 1926*

14-39 corner stone “S”

Totals: probable persons based on stones 22; total graves 51; total unmarked graves 29

Row 15 from W. Landmark is MASON BIG DARK GRAY MONUMENT 4 yards from fence

15-4 Mason J F May 17, 1862 Feb 22, 1899 had small stone Father*

15-5 head stone FATHER

15-8 Mason Willie J son of J G and E Mason b Mar 5, 1867 d Feb 15, 1871*

Mason R Eltie son of J G & E Mason Aug 18, 1869 Jan 27, 1871 on Willie stone*[MCdeath records show Mason Robert Feb 7 1871 1y 6m Scarlet Fever ]

ten unmarked graves

15-19 several broken stones unreadable

unmarked grave wife of J Mason

Halsey Olive A wife of Silas E Halsey d Sep 15, 1854 ag19* or 49 yrs 4m

unmarked grave Silas E Halsey MARKER MISSING

ten unmarked graves

15-31 Wilson baby of B and A Wilson*

nine unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 7; total graves 51; total unmarked graves 44

Row 16 from W. Landmark is Hoyt TALL PINK GRANITE MONUMENT

16-3 foot stone unreadable

16-5 Hoyt Ellen b Jan 29, 1815 Aug 20, 1895 on James stone*

Hoyt James W Dec 8, 1815 Dec 13, 1890 on Ellen stone

16-6 head stone FATHER also had Mother marker*

16- big tree

eighteen unmarked graves

16- stone fragments unreadable

16-18 Royce Silvenus B d Dec 26, 1865 ag 51yrs 13ds* Rest sweetly, thou departed one, though sorrow fills this heart of mine, Ere long, life's tedious journey done, my spirit freed will seek out thine.

unmarked grave spouce of Sylvenus Royce

16-19 Bowden Margaret wife of B T Bowden d Dec 5, 1882 aged 55yrs 7 mos 4 dys*

16- stone fragments

unmarked grave B T Bowden

16-21 Gregory, Solomon died May 14, 1864 aged 75 yrs

George S son of Salmon and Maria Gregory who died Feb 21, 1961 in the 28th year of his age

had stone Son ? John? ag73

six unmarked graves

16- stone fragments and 2 foot stones at water tap

16- Kingscott John d Mar 25, 1863 ag 65 6mo 22ds stone JK* SOLDIER

16- 28 Kingscott Barbara Ann wife of John Kingscott d Mar 21, 1862 ag 66 7d* stone BAK In the Christian's home in Glory, there remains a land of rest, There my Savior's gone before me, to fulfill my soul's request, Where is rest for the weary. NEEDS MARKER

16-26 unreadable NEEDS MARKER

16-27 Hitchcock ? D 18? ?217? NEEDS MARKER

16-28 Hitchcock Louisa C wife of B F Hitchcock & dau of J & B Kingscott d Feb 28, 1863 ag27 8m 5d * also had stone LCH MARKER MISSING

had stone hilich?? Albbisa C wife of ? 1831? [might be Rebecca Watson] NEEDS READ

also several stones by fence

sixteen unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 12; total graves 51; total unmarked graves 39

Row 17 from W. Landmark is Glazier TALL WHITE STONE 3 yards from fence

17-3 Glazier Jennison F d Dec 7, 1869 ag 65 10ms 29ds*

Rest thee loved one, rest thee calmly, Glad to go where pain is o'er, Where they say not, in the night time, I am weary any more.

17-4 Glazier Electra wife of Jennison F d Oct 3, 1892 ag 85y 9m 3d*

A precious one from us is gone, a voice we love is stilled.

A place is vacant in our home, which never can be filled.

God in his wisdom has recalled the boon his love had given.

And though the body slumbers here, the soul is safe in heaven.

Two unmarked graves

17-17 Sheire Laura E wife of Monroe Sheire & dau of J F & E Glazier d Nov 27, 1853 ag 17 10m 27d* The dear companion of my life has gone, I mourn but murmur not that life is done, I sadly say, Lo where this marble weeps, a wife, mother, sister, daughter sleeps. Monroe, Erected by her husband.

unmarked grave Monroe Sheire

ten unmarked graves

17-17 Jones James Henry son of Northup and Mary d Jul 30, 1840 ag 10yrs* had stone NJ

unmarked grave NEEDS MARKER

17-19 Jones Lucy wife of Samuel Jones d Aug 13, 1847 ag 19 8m 26 ds* had stone LJ

unmarked grave NEEDS MARKER

17-21 Jones Mary wife of Northup d Jun 5, 1855 ag 63* had stone “our Mother” & MJ

two unmarked graves NEEDS MARKER

Jones Northup d Aug 17, 1841 ag 58y 4m 29d stone broken on ground* Actually the man's name was spelled Northrup Jones but it is spelled Northup without the second r on his stone. He was one of the very earliest settlers. Listed in 1881 Hist of Macomb County NEEDS MARKER

unmarked grave Samuel Jones

fourteen unmarked graves

17-26 Van Meer Ella d 1916

17- foot stone

17- Van Meer Elgin d 1917

17- foot stone

17-42 Masten Herbert Jr Jan 2, 1917 Jan 6, 1917*

17-43 Masten Herbert Sr 1871 1938*

17- white flat stone unreadable

Totals: probable persons based on stones 11; total graves 51; total unmarked graves 40

Row 18 from W. Landmark is STANLEY TALL WHITE OLD STONE 5 yards from fence

18-4 head stone MOTHER

18-5 Stanley monument tall white old stone

Stanley Catherine Aug 1, 1805 Dec 25, 1884 on Washington stone*tall white old stone

Stanley Washington d Feb 7, 1883 ag76y 6m 5d tall white old stone*

18-5 East. Stanley our Dau Elsie E Feb 2, 1897 Apr 29, 1897* little lamb stone [2m 27ds]

18-6 Stanley Bernard B our son Jan 24, 1895 Oct 9, 1896* little lamb stone [1y 8m 15d]

{Stanley Bernard Oct 9 1896 1y 8m croup James & Christine Stanley }

18-7 west. head stones FATHER and MOTHER

18-8 west. Stanley Benjamin E d Apr 5, 1863 ag 31y 2m 22d* TILTED

18-13 east. Stevens Merrill L 1912 1975 WWII VETERAN

18-14 east. Stevens Fred W 1894 1959

18-15 east. Stevens Sylvia A wife of Wm Richards Oct 19, 1900 Oct 12, 1931*

18-16 east. stone FLAT FACE DOWN

18-16 Stevens Claribel wife of L M Simpson May 6, 1897 Mar 16, 1923*

18-18 Stevens Ormal D Dec 10, 1898 killed in France July 19, 1918 WWI VETERAN

American Legion Marker* The following found on a note: “The son Ormal Stevens killed in WWI was a constant tragedy to his parents. John slowly died of TB during my days in Warren. He was a fine looking lad and delightful companion. His folks built a little house in the yard of their home for him and tried to do all they could but he would not strictly follow the doctors orders. Bernice Stevens was my school teacher in the lower grades at Utica. She married Neil Kennedy who was for long years station agent for the M RR at Warren, then was transferred to Wayne Michigan. They built a house on the west side of the street running N &W starting just east of the city hall. Had several children. A fine woman, tall & handsome. Nele was short and slight. Other daughters Helen and also a son Nook. The Stevens home for long years was on east side of Chicago road about a block from the sharp bend coming from the RR track crossing ease. Mrs Ormal Stevens Sr was a Rickabus. Ormel Stevens Sr was drawing some furniture from --- RR depot to the village with his horse drawn dray and --- helping him was another local man all of whom with son were very profitably employed. During the work a man made a slighting remark about Stevens son when Stevens climbed back over the load and enraged he engaged in a struggle which ended when they both fell off the wagon. Ormal never ceased to call them a family of slackers.”

18-19 big Stevens monument

18-20 Stevens John E Aug 19, 1907 Apr 4, 1928* from Twp record son of Ormal & Sarah A Rickabus. Mechanic.

18-21 Stevens Ormal B Sep 15, 1868 Feb 29, 1936* son of John b Stevens Canada, & Agnes Cromie, b Ireland. Occupation Night Watchman. Husband of Sarah Rickabush. From township record.

18-22 Stevens Sarah A Jul 4, 1873 Apr 21, 1955

six unmarked graves

18-26 Corey George W Corey d Oct 6, 1862 ag 49y 11m 4d stone on ground*

18-28 west. Corey William H son of Geo W & Narcissa b Jun 10, 1849 June 26, 1851 ag 2y 16d*

unmarked grave MARKER NEEDED

Corey Polly M wife of Geo W dau of Abr'm Freeland d Aug 14, 1844 ag 22y* MARKER NEEDED

unmarked grave Narcissa Corey

18-28 west. Hitchcock Henry L d July 18, 1862 ag 34y 1m 8d stone on ground footstone H L H*

unmarked grave wife of Henry Hitchcock

and another unmarked grave

18-30 west.Hitchcock Thomas d Mar 21, 1868 ag73y 4m 22d*

eight unmarked graves

18- Hitchcock Nelly A wife of Thomas * d April 27, 1874 ag 68y 24d MARKER NEEDED

18-32 Children's Memorial “In Memory Of The Hundreds of Children And Adults Buried in This Cemetery Who Have No Marker” Was stolen/removed by the grave robber gang in July 2011

18-37 west Hitchcock Melissa consort of Orley May 1,1816 Sep 10,1846 ag 30y 4m* in back

Sleep, dearest sister. Had stone MH

unmarked grave Orley Hitchcock

18-42 west.Davy Henry Oct 18, 1871 Dec 3, 1906* PIONEER FAMILY IOOF emblem

18-42 east. Flynn J C M D 1850 1910 had stone Father & Forester's emblem* IOOF

Flynn Annie E 1849 1942

Flynn Ellen Hanna 1833 1902*

18- stone unreadable

18- unreadable

18- unreadable

18- unreadable

Richards Simpson *

three unmarked graves

Jay ? flat stone weathered unmarked grave

Wi ?? weathered unmarked grave

Totals: probable persons based on stones 24; total graves 52; total unmarked graves 28

Row 19 from W. Landmark is West Gate and drive two little Stanley lambs at left

Row 20 from W. Landmark is Gray worn standing stone 2 feet tall to N East

20-4 Gray Isaiah T Apr 16, 1852 Jan 11, 1885* standing stone 2 feet tall

unmarked grave wife of Isaiah

4 unmarked graves on lot and unreadable stone

Morris Robert d 1851

20-4 Morris Cyrena E wife of Robert d Mar 15, 1854 ag 54 stone flat on ground*

I loved her on earth, May I meet her in heaven.

Twenty unmarked graves

Davy George son of Charles & Eliza J d Jan 4, 1849 ag 6 mo stone broken and flat on ground*


Totals: probable persons based on stones 4; total graves 52; total unmarked graves 48

Row 21 from W. Landmark is Case monument tall white stone N east of drive 25' from fence

21-7 Case Chloe wife of Emanuel Case d Jan 1, 1881 ag 61 on Case monument *

Emanuel Case 1812 1898 father MARKER NEEDED

21-8 foot stone

Case Deborah small marker

unmarked grave Mother

unmarked grave small marker*

seven unmarked graves

21-13 Wright Robert C d Feb 20, 1867 ag 49 marking defaced flat on ground made in Detroit had stone RCW also foot stone in ground

21-14 Wright Anna M wife of Robert C Wright, England Apr 5, 1830 Mt Clemens Dec 12, 1894 flat on ground broken, also footstone in ground

To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.

21-16 Davy Rev Charles, Pioneer d Mar 22, 1883 aged 85y 10m*

21-16 foot stone C D

21-16 stone face down

six unmarked graves

21-17 Davy Lydia wife of Charles d Apr 23, 1872 ag 78 5m 6d*

21-21 Epitaph stone Day is Soon Past and Gone was a big black granite polished stone now missing

21-23 Higgin Ross C 1911 1912*

21-23 foot stone

There was an Epitaph stone here. A new large polished Black granite memorial. All I remember was that it was sad. But it was stolen. How sad when a family can't even leave an epitaph for this child who only lived a year. It is wrong to steal someone's epitaph especially one for a child.

and four additional unmarked graves

Heartsig G George son of W E &C d Feb 5,1857 ag3-1-11stone GCH * MARKER NEEDED

Heartsig CatherineS dau of Louise&Catherine d July11,1876 ag10 mo15 ds* MARKER NEEDED

Heartsig Mary E dau of L & A d Mar 14, 1852 ag 1 mo 6ds* MARKER NEEDED

21-24 head stone MOTHER [Wilson]

21-25 Wilson John d May 27, 1867 ag 71* + foot stone FATHER

21-26 Wilson monument tall old worn at far east side of row

Wilson John Mar 31, 1796 May 27, 1867* PIONEER FAMILY

Wilson Jane Nov 12, 1807 Sep 15, 1887*

21-26 MOTHER [Wilson]

21-27 head stone FATHER [Wilson] plus 2 small markers matching monument

21-28 Lewis Hartsig d 1862 aged 33

21-29 Heartsig Sara M dau of L & A d Oct 1, 1855 ag 3 mo* MARKER NEEDED

unmarked grave

21-30 Hartsig L A Marin? daughter of Louis & Catherine d 1871 MARKER NEEDED

21-31 Big Hartsig monument

Hartsig Catherine wife of Louis Dec 6, 1842 Jul 23, 1909* {Hartsig Catherine Jul 23 1909 widow 66 7 17 Bright Disease b Germany George Busch b Germany mo Unk}

Hartsig Angeline wife of Louis May 10, 1828 Feb 17, 1862 ag 33 broken*

Hartsig Louis Dec 13, 1825 Apr 9, 1905*

21-33 Unknown Soldier Grave of Unknown Soldier in area Was stolen/removed by the grave robber gang in July 2011

21-34 Ebert George Aug 19, 1855 ag 49* MARKER NEEDED

Susan Ebert d Mar 13, 1870 ag 71y 10d Erected by her son Jonas. stone SE* MARKER NEEDED

Jesus has called Our dear Mother home, Her flesh lies mouldering in the tomb, God grant her offspring may be blest, and meet her in eternal rest.”

old stone Ruban d Mar 13 1870 ag 4 cory? NEEDS CAREFUL READ


21-37 unreadable

21-37 Son of Charles & Hannah d 1901 ag 29 from record Harrington, Charles d Nov 30, 1901 ag 29-1-12 son of Chas Harrington, York State & Celestia Robesson, Mi single MARKER NEEDED

unmarked grave Celestia Harrington

21-37 Harrington Charley son of Charles and Celestia d Nov 30, 1901 ag 29 224*

Case Emanuel 1812 1898 Father*

Totals: probable persons based on stones 22; total graves 52; total unmarked graves 30

Row 22 from W. Landmark is Hoxsey low gray stone 2 yards from fence

22-2 Hoxsey Abigal C 1865 1929 low gray stone

22-6 Lionel Cline flat NEEDS CAREFUL READ

Cline Alice dau of M & E d d Nov 1, 1861 ag 18 mo* NEEDS CLEAN AND READ

unmarked grave The Cline parents

two unmarked graves

22-19 our baby no name

nine unmarked graves

22-27 stone MJM

twenty unmarked graves

22-29 head stone unreadable

22-38 head stone GE by big stump

22-40 Reddick Lloyd F Army veteran 1893 1976* VETERAN

M J M 1872 unmarked grave

unmarked grave

unmarked grave

22-46 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 7; total graves 53; total unmarked graves 46

Row 23 from W. Landmark is Jenny big gray stone 15 yards from fence

fourteen unmarked graves

23-13 Jenney Annie L wife of W N May 13, 1865 Oct 15, 1906*

23-15 Jenney monument big gray monument

Jenney Almon D Sep 25, 1816 Dec 15, 1910* on Jenny

Jenney Zaida N wife of Almon Mar 17, 1823 May 15, 1907*

23-17 head stone FATHER

23-18 head stone MOTHER

23-19 Jenney Leonard D 1861 1885 ag 24y 10m 10d * Our Brother

four unmarked graves

23-23 Jenney Horace P 1809 1849*

unmarked grave

unmarked grave

23-28 Reddick monument off center of row on west side

Reddick Myrtie G Jun 27, 1881 Mar 25, 1885* stones MGR BR MOTHER

Reddick baby Nov 30, 1886 Jan 28, 1887*

23-26 Warrenner monument tall gray worn stone

Warrenner John Jun 1,1821 Nov 25, 1896* had foot stone FATHER

23-27 Warrenner Sarah Ann wife of John 1824 Oct 2, 1853 ag 26y 10m 20d * tall gray worn

23-28 Warrenner Sharlott W 2nd wife of John 1825 d Apr 8, 1862 ag 33y 1m 8d*

unmarked grave

23-30 Warrenner Lydia wife of John 1826 d Feb 22, 1882 ag 56 10 ms* stone LW

Warrenner John G or C son of John and Lydia d Feb 24, 1871 ag 5y 1m 13d* stone Jony

23-33 Reid Neil W Jun 15, 1899 Aug 2, 1918 WWI Soldier killed in France* VETERAN

23-35 Reid J Melvin Dec 30, 1866 Dec 25, 1931 Lodge markers IOOF and VFW RNA*

23-36 Reid Mary V 1868 1956

four unmarked graves

23-42 MOTHER*

23-43 Willis monument big gray monument

Willis Catherine d May 24, 1896 ag79* big gray monument

Willis Henry Oct 10 1848 Aug 31, 1911*

23-43 east. MOTHER Wills Katherine 1867-1947

23-44 head stone Henry unmarked grave Henry

23-44 east. Willis Michael 1852 1926*

Totals: probable persons based on stones 16; total graves 53; total unmarked graves 37

Lot Row 24 from W. Landmark is Benson tall gray monument 3 yards from fence

24-1 head stone FATHER

24-2 head stone MOTHER

24-3 Benson monument tall gray stone

Benson Orin Jun 17, 1802 Nov 10, 1876* on Benson Monument

He walked with God and was not For God took him.

Benson Lydia M Sep 23, 1814 Feb 4, 1892*

She died as she had lived trusting in God.

24-4 Stones DB, Ira, Mary, MOTHER, FATHER

24- Benson Ira F 1836 1910*

24- Benson Mary E 1843 1904*

24-4 head stone unreadable unmarked grave

24-6 foot stone unreadable unmarked grave

unmarked grave

24-5 Ellen Kidd 1845 1893 Mother MC rec 236 Kidd Ellen Sep 30 1893 single 52 Consumption b England par Thomas Hearn of Cady Mi & unknown

unmarked grave Mr Kidd Is possible Civil War Veteran

twenty unmarked graves

24- Barton C Lucinda dau of R and E A d Oct 5, 1856 ag 1yr 8 m 13 ds*

24-37 Emma L 1861 1947 Rufus H 1852 1924 big red granite low

six unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 9; total graves 53; total unmarked graves 44

Lot Row 25 from W. Landmark is Ames FLAT WHITE almost a yard FROM FENCE

25-1 east. Langell small square stone flat

25-1 Ames Willie son of J & L L Ames d Mar 22, 1862 ag 10 days*

unmarked graves

25-2 Burke Francis J 1914 1967*

25-4 Burke Myles J Sr 1880 1968*

25-5 Burke Annie M 1881 1974

unmarked grave

25-7 Eugenia Langell nee Horsey 1880 1945

25-8 Frank A Langrill 1873 1916

five unmarked graves Langrill

25-12 Langill corner stone white

six unmarked graves

25-14 bench

25-16 Soden Baby stone plus footstone*

unmarked grave Soden

unmarked grave Soden

25-18 Chipchase George 1840 1909*

Chipchase Amelia 1844 1919*

unmarked grave

25-25 Hoard Mary E dau of L & L d Mar 28, 1866 stone on ground ag 16 11ms 28ds* stone MSH

Hoard Levi son of Gurdin W d Apr 11, 1856 ag 3yrs 11mo 6 ds stone LH

25-28 Soden Margaret wife of Eugene d Mar 24, 1904 ag 49* IOOF marker

25-30 Our baby white flat foot stone not marked

head stone FGB unmarked grave

unmarked grave with lodge marker

Eugene Soden unmarked grave

25-31 Soden Ellenor wife of Eugene d May 13, 1879 ag 27y 9m 13d stone ES*

25-33 Walker Dawn 1877 19--*

25-34 Walker Ned 1872 1926*

25-35 Stanley Elijah Jan 13, 1832 Oct 19, 1906 ag 73*

Stanley Caroline wife of Stanley Sep 1, 1837 Mar 28, 1901* dau of David Rinthes & Lilian Grodel, married

markers Mother Husband

25- unreadable

Extine Geo D Feb 15, 1867 ag 2* stone GDE

unmarked grave Extine

unmarked grave Extine

five additional unmarked graves

25-41 Matthews Esther L 1925 1925*

unmarked grave Mr Matthews

unmarked grave unknown

Totals: probable persons based on stones 20; total graves 53; total unmarked graves 33

Row 26 from W. Landmark is McDowall old GRAY 21/2 feet high 8 yards from fence

26-8 McDowall Rev Ebenezer born in Fredericksburg, Canada West Jan 3, 1807 June 19, 1862 died in Warren*

seven unmarked graves

26-14 Bartels Christopher d Dec 8, 1887 ag 26y 3m * had cedar hedge

26- foot stone “C S”

two unmarked graves

26-17 Bartels Henry Oct 1, 1849 Mar 21, 1881 Our Brother stone HB*

26-18 Bartels Elle dau of J & H d Aug 11, 1877 ag 17 17 ds*

26-19 top of Bartels monument

26-21 Bartels monument + stone MOTHER

Bartels Johannah wife of H d Sep 13, 1886 ag 55 5mos

26- foot stones Mother* CGB, HB

26- Bartels Charles G son of H & J d Oct 12, 1859 ag 1mo*

26- Bartels Harmon son of H & J d Mar 5, 1856 ag 1 mo 6 ds*

six unmarked graves no stones

Elias Beach d Oct 2, 1854 ag77y 8 m 5 dsflat on ground MARKER NEEDED

Hannah wife of Elias Beach d Mar 18, 1862 ag 82 yrs 3ds `MARKER NEEDED

four unmarked graves

26-27 stone unreadable

26- stone unreadable

26- stone unreadable

26-30 McCoy Ellen S wife of John d Apr 1, 1890 ag 85y 6m 5d*

26-31 McCoy John d Apr 10, 1874 ag 71ys 10 m 26d*[md Killed by cars ]

26-33 McCoy Everett W Apr 21, 1834 Aug 16, 1872 Our Brother*

five unmarked graves

26-37 Young Ellen E wife of Christopher C d Jun 18 1855 ag 23y 1d * had stone EEY

26-38 Young Charles H son of CC & EE d Jan 23, 1854 ag 2 mo 19d*

unmarked grave probably Christopher Young

unmarked grave extra lot

26-38 flat stone “usinda? d1856 she” NEEDS CAREFUL READ

five unmarked graves

26-41 Norris W Emmit 1855 1928 Father Clarence Walter*Twp record b Clinton Co Mi Mar 6, 1855 d Jan 7, 1928 son of John N & Amanda Emmons, New York NY. Husband of Harriet Halsey. Retired farmer

26-42 Norris Hattie A 1861 1937 Mother*

Norris Harriette A b Dec 1861 d May 29, 1937 aged 75-5-5 dau of John Halsey and Elizabeth Parton of NY. Wife of Walter E Norris res 5521 Garden Ave. Mo of John Norris, Yale Mi.

Norris Sidney T ag 5 days*

Walter Norris unmarked grave

possible unmarked grave of Clarence Walter Norris and spouse

other unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 19; total graves 54; total unmarked graves 35

Row 27 from W. Landmark is Hartlin low stone flat 20 feet from fence

27-3 unmarked grave outlined in cement

27-4 unmarked grave outlined in cement

27-6 Hartlin low stone

27-6 Hartlin Elisobet frau von John d Jan 18, 1867 ag 54* TILTING

27-6 Hartlin Elizabeth 1813-1867 wife of John new stone

27-6 old standing unreadable

27-6 west. foot stone

27-9 Busch monument tall big stone

Busch Anna Margaretha Dec 28, 1801 May 26, 1888*

Busch John Frederick Nov 26, 1835 Mar 25, 1864* tall monument

Busch John George Apr 20, 1805 Nov 30, 1895*


27-10 head stone MOTHER

27-11 head stone FATHER

27-14 Pereira Charles son of M J & C May 16, 1866 July 5, 1866*

unmarked grave Parents of Charles

unmarked grave Parents of Charles

27-15 head stone unreadable unmarked grave

27- head stone unreadable unmarked grave

27-16 head stone unreadable unmarked grave

27- baby augusta or bushe...may

27-18 Pearsall Adelia d May 25, 1876 ag 2y 7m had foot stone AP

above stone had round top rectangle chunk out of it

27-21 Elegty wife of Daniel Pearsal d Feb 28, 1860 ag 48

27-22 unreadable

27-23 Daniel Pearsal Dec 16, 1804 Oct 13, 1874 had stone DP

twelve unmarked graves

27-27 Wilson Franklin H son of Moses & Anna d Apr 27, 1864 ag 30ys 10 mo 19ds

foot stone unmarked

27-28 Wilson Moses b Nov 6, 1803 Landaff, Putnam Co NH, d Feb 22, 1838 Warren Mi*

eighteen unmarked graves

Green Jennett dau of R & L May 16, 1867 ag 11ms 16ds * NEEDS MARKER

27-42 Rickabus monument

Rickabus Sarah H Oct 1, 1824 Oct 21, 1900*

Cordy George Jan 6, 1864 Nov 19, 1895 on Rickabus monument*

27- old stone unmarked grave NEEDS CAREFUL READ

two unmarked graves

27-41 George

27-42 MOTHER

27-44 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 20; total graves 54; total unmarked graves 34

Row 28 from W. Landmark is row just east of historical marker and flag pole

28-5 Historic Marker

28-11 Big Rock

28-21 Flag Pole

28-22 “Memorial To All Veterans We Honor Your service Remember Those Who Died on 9-11 and Other Attacks Be Vigilant Be Prepared” Was stolen/removed by the grave robber gang in July 2011

28-22 A Memorial Listing 30 Warren Veterans Partial List Many Fought and Died in USA Was stolen/removed by the grave robber gang in July 2011

28-22 Our flag Stands For Liberty Justice Free Speech – Press Maintain Our Freedoms Was stolen/removed by the grave robber gang in July 2011

28-28 Wells Hannah L dau of John and Eliza d Jun 7, 1856 ag 1yr 4m*

28-34 Cement Bench

28-35-40 Butterfly Garden

28-44 Weig Heinrig Aug 11, 1849 Oct 2, 1882*

Weig John Friedrich 1879 sep 6, 1895 also small markers Heinrig, John, Father*

Ruth, FranzCarstrn no space Feb 20, 1818 Nov 16, 1890*

28-44 east Rath Friedrich Feb 14, 1815 Aug 23, 1878 ag 63yr 6m 9ds*

28-47 Ege Dhihe worn broken NEEDS CAREFUL READ

unmarked grave

28-49 Keil Katherina Eho Gattin of Ludwig b in Rulisheim Hesson-Darmatadt Aug 21,

1814 Mar 28, 1881 ag 66 3m 17d-- *

Ludwig Keil Mar 12, 1820 Apr 24, 1885

28-51 Maerz Heinrich Ph Maers Mar 30 1835 Jan 6, 1892*

Maerz Ludwig 1820 1885*

Maerz Goorg W Oct 6, 1879 Jun 16, 1883*

marker FATHER

unmarked grave

plain marker

28-54 foot stone

28-55 fence corner

Totals: probable persons based on stones 12; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 54

Row 29 from W. Landmark is Panzer red stone 3 feet high 10 feet from fence

29-3 Panzer William F 1888 1938*

29-4 Panzer Charles Nov 11, 1842 Dec 18, 1922*

Panzer Susanna Jan 2, 1848 Aug 19, 1903*

six unmarked graves

29-8 corner stone “strich”

29- corner stone

29-9 head stone MOTHER

29-11 Strich Maria Mar 22, 1851 Nov 12, 1902

small marker Mutter* and lot corners Strich

29-13 Warner Ida M Mar 21, 1884 Oct 14, 1923*

six unmarked graves

29-21 Muller Christian Dec 23, 1842 Feb 14, 1892*

six unmarked graves

29-23 George J Measel son of J & C Measel Jul 1, 1880 Dec 12, 1892

four unmarked graves

29-28 Muller Christiana Aug 12, 1852 Jun 24, 1888 stone Mutter*

four unmarked graves

29-31 Pinnow Gottlieb Jul 25, 1813 Aug 16, 1887 stone Vater*

29-32 ten stones piled up foot stones, corner stone, one W P needs careful read

15 unmarked graves

29-35 bench

29-43 foot stone

29-45 Heipel J Jan 20, 1822 Apr 9, 1904* Civil War Veteran

Heipel Mary wife of J Jan 8, 1826 Oct 16, 1920*

stone MOTHER

Heipel George d Dec 12, 1873 ag 6 yr 11m 11d

Willie d Jan 12, 1873 ag 3y 3m 13 d see more Heipel in row 30

29-49 stone needs careful read

29-54 Follhardt Henry d Mar 10, 1879 ag 33y 2m 23d*m tunnel

29-54 foot stone HF

Totals: probable persons based on stones 13; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 53

Row 30 from W. Landmark is Miesel 1 ½' tall old gray monument 10' from fence

30-3 Miesel Gottfried Dec 28, 1840 1922*

30-4 Miesel Godfried 1849 needs careful read tall gray

Miesel Margerethe L May 13, 1850 Nov 7, 1899*

Miesel Maggie E Jul 9, 1884 Oct 11, 1891 + small marker Mother Maggie*

30-5 head stone unreadable

30-6 head stone unreadable

30-9 Ernst (Schmidt) *

30-10 Wilhelmine (Schmidt)*

30-11 Schmidt BIG GRAY MONUMENT Ernst Jan 31 1849 Jan 14, 1912*

Wilhelmine Mar 28 1858 Sep 4, 1919*

Baier Emma Sep 16, 1890 Mar 26, 1915 on Schmidt monument*

30-12 Emma

five unmarked graves

30-16 Pennow Walter M 1924 1928 “beloved son”* but Twp record states b Nov 11, 1924 d Oct 12,1923 son of Wm Pennoe & Lizzie Barg of Warren

30-17 Pennow Betty Jean 1926 1933 “beloved daughter” * township record bAug 9, 1926

d Feb 2, 1933 dau of Wm Pennow of Warren & Lizzie Barg of Macomb County.

30-18 Pennow Lizzie 1900 2001 *

Pennow William 1895 1977 *

six unmarked graves

30-22 Marsall Ben J 1869 1940*

30-24 underground

30-28 head stone FATHER

30-29 head stone MOTHER

eight unmarked graves

30-30 Dill John Sep 4, 1819 Dec 28`, 1902

Dill Johanna Seine frau Oct 12, 1823 Jan 11, 1908 * tall monument

30- Mutter

30- Vater

30- Elizabeta

seven unmarked graves

30-35 Langermann Frederick 1845 1902*

30-36 head stone FATHER Langermann

30-37 Langermann Dorothy L 1844 1903 * big monument

Langermann Fred 1883 1932*

30-39 head stone MOTHER

30-40 Hilliard Ida Jun 18, 1880 on Langermann lot *

four unmarked graves

30-43 smit Emma children of Jacob & Mary 1860 1956*

Heipel Edward children of Jacob & Mary 1865 1941*

big tree branch watch your head I didn't ouch! crash!

30-44 Siegle J F Jun 25, 1825 Feb 26, 1907*

Siegle Christina wife of J F May 28, 1824 Jun 2, 1899*

30-45 head stone unreadable

30-48 unreadable

four unmarked graves

30-48 corner stones

30-50 base

30-50 west. FATHER

30-51 Qualmann Johann May 11, 1848 Apr 16, 1923* tall monument

Qualmann Auguste A K Jun 12, 1876 Jul 27, 1876 27d*

30-52 base

30-53 Qualmann Heinrich J C Feb 2, 1880 May 18, 1890 * foot stone HJHQ Qualman Henry 1890 May 18 ag 11y b MI John/Sophie Diphtheria Macomb County Record 249

Qualmann Sophia May 19, 1846 Feb 5, 1902 * {Qualmann Sophia Feb 5 1902 marr 55 8 11 diabedies b Germany Henry Fosel Margaret Gano Germany}

30-54 corner stones

30-52 head stone MOTHER

30-58 broken stone unreadable unmarked grave may be Fasel were inside qualman enclosure

Fasel Joachim H H Feb 21, 1818 Sep 13, 1882* foot stone MOTHER NEEDS MARKER

Faser Joachim J H Jun 16, 1848 Feb 28, 1884* foot stone FATHER NEEDS MARKER

Fasel Catharina M Mar 8, 1800 Apr 27, 1880 & 14 was written above the 1800* NEEDS MARKER

unmarked grave spouse of Fasel

30-59 Schmidt Theodore 1838 1922 * big monument by fence

Schmidt Sophia 1838 1919 *

30-60 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 31; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 35

Row 31 Landmark is Warren Union Cemetery Sign on fence or Schiebel

31-3 Schiebel Joseph 23 1850 1952* low red stone 8” high almost 2 yards from fence

31-4 Schiebel Sophia 1853 1934 *

31-5 head stone unreadable

31-6 Schiebel tall old monument

Schiebel Wilhelmina on Adam stone Dec 23, 1885 Jun 1, 1886*

Schiebel Adam Aug 8, 1883 Nov 8, 1892* foot stone Adam

three unmarked graves

31-9 head stone Wilemina

31-10 head stone Veilchen

31-11 head stone Mutter

31-13 head stone Vater

31-14 Zoellner Carl Jun 28, 1830 Mar 30, 1911* big monument

Zoellner Caroline Mar 8, 1842 Apr 12, 1921 *

Zoellner Carl F Dec 19, 1865 Dec 24, 1927 *

31-15 head stone Carl (Zoellner Carl F)*

fifteen unmarked graves

31-26 Schneider Elizabeth 1862 1919*

Schneider George Sr Dec 15, 1833 Nov 28, 1910*

Schneider Martha seine Gattin geboren Koch May 20, 1838 Apr 10, 1911*

31-28 Vater

31-29 Mutter

31-31 Elizabeth

eighteen unmarked graves

31-43 Rose Mary M 1874 1901 *

31-43 Rose John 11-25 or bible verse?

eighteen unmarked graves

31-32 Jacob big big monument

Jacob Charles Sr Oct 21, 1841 Dec 19, 1909* big monument civil War Veteran

Jacob Anna on Charles stone Jun 19, 1850 Oct 18, 1919 *

31- unreadable

31- unreadable

31-54 several corner stones with J

31-57 Hartlein Maria Apr 10, 1871 Oct 5, 1874 stone MH

31-59 east. Busch Rosa Lena Aug 30, 1862 Aug 12, 1875 *

31-60 located by North fence stone RLB

31-58 west. Eckstein F Jul 3, 1810 Nov 12, 1890 * CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Eckstein Mary wife of F Oct 1, 1817 Apr 28, 1894 *

31-59 head stone unreadable could be MOTHER

31-60 head stone unreadable could be FATHER

31-61 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 22; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 44

Row 32 from W. Landmark is Kusch tall gray monument old worn 6 yards from fence

six unmarked graves

32-6 Kusch Johann Karl Jan 11, 1885 Jul 6, 1886* 5mo

32-8 big tree

32-11 Behrns Henry F Dec 23, 1849 Jul 28, 1930 *

Behrns Bertha wife of Henry Nov 12, 1860 Aug 30, 1901*

32-13 head stone MOTHER

32-14 head stone FATHER

32-15 DeGrandchamp Emma B 1885 1957*

32-16 Sampson Agnes B 1881 1963 *

32-18 Behrns Joachim Jun 11, 1808 Apr 2, 1888*

32- Behrns Sophia geb Engel Jan 2, 1820 Apr 1, 1891* NEEDS MARKER

32-18 head stone FATHER

32-18 head stone MOTHER

32-19 head stone unreadable

32-20 head stone unreadable

32-29 Karn Peter 1855 1897* {Karn Peter Jan 10 1898 ag42 5m marr Consumption b Germany farmer Peter/Mary Apple Macomb County rec 183}

Karn Katherine 1857 1951*

32-24 Emig Louise H 1894 1969* missing in whgs book

Emig Alvin L 1887 1973*

32-26 Armour Marie A 1882 1980*

six unmarked graves

32-32 Thompson Helen nee sinn 1897 1942*

four unmarked graves

32-35 Stiens Luis son of Otto & Julia Jan 14, 1899 Aug 24, 1900*

32-36 Stiens Frederick son of O R & J Jan 25, 1898 July 28, 1898*

32-36 son of Julia baby

32-37 Stiens Julia 1874 1935 *

32-39 Stiens Otto R 1870 1942*

Stiens Willhelmine geb Schwanbeck Nov 25, 1825 Aug 20, 1886*

ten unmarked graves

32-49 Kulp Amelia 1885 1965*

32-51 Rose William A 1887 1919*

32-51 west head stone FATHER (Jacob)

31-43 Rose Mary C 1856 1930* BIG DARK RED stone

31-43 Rose John* this is in row 31 but likely related bible verse?

32-52 west head stone MOTHER (Jacob)

32-52 Rose Mary C 1856 1930*

32-53 Rose William C 1843 1930*

unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 25; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 41

Row 33 from W. Landmark is Grimms flat stone next to tall monument

33-2 Grimms Louisa 1858 1907

33-3 Grimms Frederick E Apr 19, 1856 Jul 6, 1926 Masonic Emblem* low stone

33-4 Grimms tall old monument

Grimms Louisa on Frederick stone Dec 31, 1853 Aug 4, 1907*

Grimms Frederick E 1856 1926 Masonic emblem

33-5 Baby Grimes Anna Grimms Oct 6,1881 Apr 29, 1893* lamb [11]

33-7 Grimms Johannes Feb 13, 1887 Apr 22, 1893*lamb [6ys]

33-10 Crimes Edward W Sep 16, 1890 Jan 25, 1919 Died in Service

Am Legion Masonic emblem* + corner stones “Grimes” WWI VETERAN

33-13 Grimms Henry Aug 19, 1880 May 3, 1943 *

33-14 Grimms Mary Feb 27, 1874 Nov 13, 1955*

33-18 Steins monument

33-19 head stone

33-20 stone unreadable

33-23 Beier Elmer Jun 4, 1901 Jan 21, 194

Beier Minnie Apr 20, 1863 Jan 6,1922 *

33-25 Mini low stone 5*

33-25 Beier Fred Nov 27, 1859 Nov 29, 1944*


Beier Walter son von F & M 26 Nov, 1893 Jan 17, 1895*

Beier Ida Apr 26, 1828 Feb 14, 1907*

Beier August K Feb 25, 1826 Apr 25, 1893 *

Beier Wilhelmina Apr 20, 1863 Jan 6, 1922*

33-28 FATHER

33-30 MOTHER

33-31 Walter might be Boening

sixteen unmarked graves

33-43 Boening Edward A 1877 1961*

33-44 head stone unreadable

33-45 west. Boening Mother 1852 1937*

33-45 east. Boening monument tall

33-46 Boening Father 1848 1920*

33-47 foot stone unreadable

33-47 Boening Wilhelm 1888 1918* Father

33-48 Boening monument Big Gray monument

33-49 east. Boening Julius 1882 1883*

33-49 west. Boening Albert 1879 1879*

33-25 Boening Walter Sep 20, 1902 Sep 30, 1906*

Boening G E Jun 6, 1821 Apr 28, 1901* stone FATHER NEEDS MARKERs

Boening Ernestine W geb Klatte on G E stone Jul 22, 1824 Sep 23, 1886* stone MOTHER

33-50 Lorenz Elizabeth Dec 17, 1823 Feb 3, 1884*

Hertlein Marie 1871 1874* note Hartlines in row 41, 43, 48 NEEDS MARKER

twelve unmarked graves

Lot Row 34 from W. Landmark is Berz LOW DARK GRAY FLAT STONE 3' from fence

34-1 Berz Ada P J 1873 1967 *

34-3 head stone FATHER

34-4 east. Berz George P 1845 1931 *

Berz Mary J 1852 1923*

34-5 MOTHER west.

34-6 Berz Otto son of G P & M 1878 May 17, 1881 ag 2 5m 13ds*

Berz Emma May 1, 1884 Jun 5, 1892 on Otto stone *

four unmarked graves

34-11 head stone unreadable

34-12 Berz old tall monument gray

FATHER Berz George B Oct 16, 1811 Mar 16, 1893 *

MOTHER Berz Elizabeth M Oct 16, 1811 Jan 22, 1904 Mother*

34-Berz Emma E 1884 1892*

34- Berz Otto E 1878 1881 *

34-14 head stone unreadable

34-15 Schuster Eliza 1842 May 6, 1885 Mother*

34-16 Schuster Edward 1837 1923 Father K P lodge marker*

34-17 Schuster Eliza wife of E 1842 May 6, 1885 “Mother” ag 43 * tall monument

34-18 Schuster Frank J 1874 1942

34-22 Strich George 1828 1888*

34-23 Steirs Mary 1853 1895 *

34-24 Strich Sophia 1827 1905*

34-25 Strich big gray marker

34-28 Oswald Amanda Keller 1894 1952 “She lived but for others”*

34-29 Noyes Dora Keller 1889 1944 *

34-30 Keller Anna frau von O Keller P Farror May 4, 1860 Feb 1, 1897*

Keller Otto Pfarror Jan 23, 1858 Jun 14, 1938 *

34-30 east. head stone MOTHER

34-31 Keller Arnold Oct 12, 1900 May 10, 1902*

34-31 Arnold

34-32 Vater

34-33 stone unreadable also had 3 markers “Arnold”, MOTHER, FATHER

34-37 Busch Louis E 1869 1948* BIG RED monument

Busch Caroline wife of Louis E 1872 1904 * had stone MOTHER

Busch Amelia wife of Louis E 1875 1917*

Louis E 1869 1948 also B corner markers

34-35 Caroline

34-36 Amella

34-38 Louis

eleven unmarked graves

34-49 west. Our Baby born and died Aug

three unmarked graves

34-51east. Otto Hanekow Sep 14, 1897 Aug 13, 1920

34-52 west. Hanekow Minnie 1866 1936

34-53 east Hanekow Wilmelm H E Jul 4, 1836 May 31, 1903 Old tall monument

Hanekow Wilmelmine C Aug 22, 1838 Feb 28, 1907

Hanekow Otto our baby b & d Aug 4, 1924

34-54 west. Hanekow William 1865 1934

unmarked grave

Totals: probable persons based on stones 32; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 34

Row 35 from W. Landmark is Lee Berz flat stone dark gray West of gate

35-3 Berz, Lee E 1898 1969 *

35-7 Big tree stump head stone unreadable


35-9 head stone FATHER

five unmarked graves

35-10 Meirow stone tall worn 1867-1926 wife 1844-1888

Meirow L Jun 17, 1837 Jun 4, 1920 under spirea bush*

Meirow Sophia wife of L Mar 4, 1844 Jan 30, 1888*

35-11 Meirow Mary dau 1868 1924*

35-12 Meirow Herman W 1883 1966*

35-15 head stone unreadable

35-16 head stone unreadable

35-17 Gladey 1833 needs careful read tall worn monument needs reread study

Gladey 1833

Gladey T C Jan 8, 1836 Dec 29, 1914*

Gladey Maggie der Frau Apr 30, 1835 Dec 17, 1901*

Gladey Retta Schr_ber Jun 8, 1797 Jan 13, 1893*

five unmarked graves

35-22 Mother Dorothea Wieg 1849 1929*

35-24 Husband Theodore 1875 1948 * [Wieg]

35-25 Wieg big marker BIG GRAY no names

eight unmarked graves

35-32 Zorn Whelmine 1871 1961

William 1871 1954

35-32 Zorn red tribute marker

three unmarked graves

35-35 Bower Emma wife of M J Nov 25, 1868 May 26, 1896 *

35-36 Bower Michael J 1862 1935 *

35-37 Bower Katherine E wife of M J b Dec 2, 1868 d Jan 5, 1944 tall red stone

Bower Emma 1868 1896* reread

35-39 Bower Katherine 1868 low red marker

35-40 Bower Jean Ellen 1934 1955 * low marker

35-43 Scheer William Apr 1, 1848 Sep 2, 1883 also small stone William*

Scheen William J Nov 30, 1814 Dec 29, 1893* stone FATHER

Scheer Chatherine b Jun 24, 1820 * stone MOTHER

35-45 head stone unreadable

35-46 head stone unreadable

35-47 head stone unreadable

35-51 Dehn Friedrich J Sep 24, 1824 Jun 11, 1885* tall stone

Lange Friedricke Dehn geb Lange Apr 7, 1833 Mar 1, 1895 *

35- head stone unreadable

35-52 Albert Hacker Jan 30, 1876 Jun 20, 1952

35-53 George Hacker Mar 1, 1899 Jul 4, 1947

three unmarked graves

35-57 mother Marie Schuer 1889-1929

35-58 Wiss? Schuer worn needs careful read

unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 32; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 34

Row 36 from W. Landmark is Right Middle Drive Lee Berz to left, Big Berz monument to left, water meter in drive

Row 37 from W. Landmark is Baitinger FLAT STONE DARK GRAY to North East of gate

37-1 head stone M.A.

37-4 Baitinger Frieda J Oct 3, 1895 Mar 16, 1946*

37-6 Baitinger our baby Dianne Gillis Sept 24, 1939 Sep 25, 1939*

37-7 Baitinger Gottlieb E Sep 22, 1895 Sep 9, 1930*

Baitinger Mein Liber GHatto Unsor Guter Vater*

four unmarked graves

37-11 Eckstein Lambert L Sep 17, 1842 Mar 25, 1926* gray old tall stone

Eckstein Augusta L wife of Lambert L d Nov 12, 1890 ag 45yrs

37-12 head stone FATHER

37-14 head stone MOTHER

37-15 head stone FATHER

37-16 head stone MOTHER

37-18 west. big big Eckstein monument

37-18 east. Cook John N Aug 14, 1823 Aug 20, 1892 ag 69 6 ds CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Cook Margaretha Apr 15, 1834 Jun 8, 1901*

Cook Henry W Jun 28, 1857 Jun 29, 1893 ag 36 1 d*

four unmarked graves

37-22 head stone FATHER

37-23 head stone MOTHER

37-25 big Busch monument gray John Busch 1845 1912*

Busch Elizabeth 1850 1923*

37-26 Busch Caroline 1871 1945

eight unmarked graves

37-31 Miller Wilhelm F Dec 2, 1815 Mar 6, 1906* BIG GRAY monument

Miller Maria C Dec 22, 1818 Mar 17, 1906*

37-32 Masch Louise Mar 12, 1865 Oct 17, 1903 *

five unmarked graves

37-37 water pipe

seven unmarked graves

37-43 head stone Karl Lorenz Grossvater*

37-44 head stone Frederick Lorenz

37-43 Lorenz Ernest Jun 27 1832 Mar 22, 1912* BIG GRAY stone CIVIL WAR VETERAN

{Lorenz Ernest Sr Mar 22 1912 widower 79 3 25 Heart problem }

Lorenz Hanna on Ernst stone Mar 22, 1844 Apr 11, 1911* BIG GRAY stone

Lorenz Friedrich bruder small marker*

37-46 MUTTER

37-47 umarked grave old stone unreadable

Hecker? Darling infant? small marker*

37-23 head stone unreadable

37-51 Frederick Hecker old TALL dark gray MOSS COVERED monument

Hecker Friedrich Apr 2, 1844 Dec 19, 1892*

Bower Mary Apr 4, 1819 Mar 2, 1890 on Hecker plot*

37-52 head stone unreadable

37-53 head stone FATHER

37-54 head stone MOTHER

37- Zaldert Hacker 1876 1952

37- head stone unreadable

37- head stone FATHER

37-56 stone underground

37-56 stone underground

37-57 west. Eberhart Liene frau von Jacob nebst Kind Apr 15, 1863 Jun 10, 1881*

Eberhart 1854-1884 needs careful read

37-57 west. Ide Bermon

37-57 Hacker Dorothea Frau von Georg Hacker May 14, 1812 Feb 26, 1881*

37-57 head stone FATHER

37-39 Barg Idi Hermini Jul 14, 1884 Oct 7, 1884 tochter von Carl & Sophia*

37-58 Barg Joe Sep 19, 1875 Jul 2, 1896 * TALL RED monument

Barg Sophia Aug 22, 1845 Dec 20, 1900*

Barg Chas Mar 3, 1845 Mar 7, 1928*

37-59 unreadable

six unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 33; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 27

Row 38 from W. Landmark is Stimm small gray stone

38-2 Stimm Gottlieb Mar 27 1814 sep 27, 1894*

38-3 head stone needs careful read

umarked grave spouse of Gottlieb Stimm

38-4 Schild Wilhelimine Sep 18, 1846 Aug 27, 1919* TALL old

Schild Karl Dec 16, 1836 Jul 5, 1908*

38-5 head stone needs careful read

were stones MOTHER, FATHER

four unmarked graves

38-9 Vogt Charles 1877 1945

38-10 Vogt Mathilde Thlie 1884 1959*

38-11 Vogt Charles 1830 1889*

Vogt Catherine on Charles stone 1841 1912*

two unmarked graves

38-14 head stone FATHER

five unmarked graves

38-18 Licht John 1812 1903*

38-19 Licht Friedericke 1815 1887*

Schurer Wm Oct 23, 1839 Jan 23, 1898* NEEDS MARKER

38-23 Schuer BIG gray monument

Schurer Marie mother 1849 1929*

Schuer senie Frau Friederike geb Lucht Jun 5, 1850 Apr 2, 1919*

Schuer Fridrich Sep 27, 1835 Nov 16, 1900

Schuer Friederike 1850 1919

Schurer Dorathe Hanna Oct 18, 1799 zu Woosmer Mecklenburg Schwerin Jul 22, 1893*

38-25 Schurer Rika*

38-26 Schurer Friedrich*

38-27 head stone MOTHER

38-29 Russ tall worn monument

Russ Joachim H Oct 11, 1821 Jul 22, 1898* Mecklenburg Schwerin

Russ Lotta L apr 25, 1818 Nov 6, 1906*

38-28 head stone needs careful read had stone JHR

38-30 head stone unreadable

stone Mutter

six unmarked graves

38-35 Kutchey Minnie 1876 1905 erected by her son Paul*

38-35 east. Schunieng Anna Sofie Ellise Mecklenburg 1832 Dec 21, 1891*flat

38-36 east. Maas Ida F dau of Maas baby Sep 11, 1874 ag 1yr 3mo*flat

Maas Henry J 1872 1929* “Father” NEEDS MARKER

Maas Joseph R Sep 2, 1906 Mar 27, 1905

38-36 unmarked grave broken stone fragments

was first listed in row 40 in 1939

38-37 Kauffmann Charles 1837 1940*

38-38 Kauffmann Emma 1872 1946*

38-39 Kauffmann Daniel 1899 1977*

38-39 Kauffmann Edith 1905 1972*

four unmarked graves

38-43 1929-1916 worn needs study

38-46 FATHER
38-47 Wade monument tall worn difficult to read had four names on it

Wade Wilhelmine Apr 27, 1844 Nov 29, 1916* stone mid row to East

Wade Hermann Dec 3, 1880 Aug 7, 1881* needs careful read

Wade Karl Sep 24, 1845 Feb 7, 1894

Wade Ernest Sep 25, 1875 Dec 11, 1893

38-47 stone unreadable

had markers Ernst, and FATHER

fourteen unmarked graves

Beier or Wade Herman Nov 15, 1880 Aug 15 1881

Beier Allmiene Mar 11, 1886 Mar 15, 1895 ` NEEDS MARKER

38-53 Finerock William I 1880 1960*

Finerock Mae I 1887 1962*

38- unreadable

Pinnow Caroline Tochter von Wilhelm & Hanna Oct 4, 1882 Sep 26, 1885* [3 SAD]

38-56 Pinnow Sophia Tochter von Wilhelm & Hanna Oct 18, 1880 Oct 11, 1885*[5]

38-57 William Pennow needs careful read

Hannah Pennow needs careful read

38-58 Gabuene Pinnow needs careful read

Totals: probable persons based on stones 39; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 27

Row 39 from W. Landmark is Remms tall gray old about 4 yards from fence

unmarked graves

39-4 east. Kulp Charles W 1890 1946* red flat stone to East

39-4 Remus Wilhelm C F Apr 8, 1824 Apr 11, 1896 ag 72 tall gray old*

Remus Fridericke S M b Jul 15, 1828*

seven unmarked graves

39-19 several corner markers

three unmarked graves

39-12 Ackermann Wilhelm May 29, 1834 May 29, 1889*

Ackermann Matilda geb Steffens Jun 6, 1843 Aug 20, 1889*

39-13 W A

ten unmarked graves

39-15 several more corner markers

eight unmarked graves

39- head stone unreadable

39- Stephens Ernst is buried here no marker unmarked grave* NEEDS MARKER

39-25 head stone unreadable probably Hildebrand

39-26 Hildebrand P G Mar 12, 1818 Sep 1, 1889* gray medium height

Hildebrand Ellenora on P G stone Apr 28, 1824 Aug 1, 1902*

39-29 Bull Christian 1852 1930*

39-30 Bull Christine 1853 1928*

39-31 Bull monument big tall gray monument

39-33 Bull Ludwig 1888*

Bull George 1889*

39-35 head stone needs careful read

39-36 Krieger Gustie Aug 15, 1833 Jan 10, 1873*

four unmarked graves

39-40 Kreger big gray monument

five unmarked graves

39-45 Porath William Dec 6, 1821 Aug 16, 1906* big red

Porath Henrietta Feb 26, 1828 Aug 31, 1909* big big red

39-47 Panzer Ernestine frau v Carl Nov 14, 1854 Nov 20, 1879*

Panzer Emma E tochter von Carl* Ernestine Sep 5, 1879 Sep 23, 1879*

39-48 needs careful read worn

39-49 Martz Henry Philip Sep 20, 1874 Feb 5, 1909 ag 34*

39-50 Bertha Barg 1880-1922

six unmarked graves

39-56 Perry Helen A 1902* no year

Perry Doyle 1899 1962*

five unmarked graves

39-57 MOTHER


Brinkert Margaret May 24, 1838 Jan 5, 1919*

Brinkert Friedrich May 7, 1838 Jun 12, 1897*

Brinker Carl Fred Nov 25, 1870 Apr 16, 1887*

39-60 head stone unreadable

39-61 worn white stone by fence needs careful read

moss covered 1875 1898?

39-66 fence be careful not to fall in holes! Animal dens.

Totals: probable persons based on stones 26; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 40

Row 40 from W. Landmark is Alexander LOW RED about two years from fence

40-2 Alexander Levi 1919 1944*

40-3 Alexander Ferdinand? 1897 1971*

40-4 Alexander Virginia 1912 1971*

40-5 Alexander Hugh E USArmy Apr 20, 1923 Nov 16, 1977* WWII VETERAN

four unmarked graves

40-9 several corner markers

three unmarked graves

40-12 Mitchell Frederica or Frederick 1862 1941*

40-13 Mitchell Robert 1875 1915*

Mitchell Robert B d Oct 31, 1875 ag 40yr 10 m 14 d NEEDS MARKER

Mitchell Charles

stone FATHER

Mitchel Louie Aug 6, 1885 May 20, 1886* NEEDS MARKER

Mitchell Karl Aug 7, 1857 Oct 3, 1892 NEEDS MARKER

Getz Barbara Apr 20 1877 ag 75 yrs 4 mo 16ds*

40-15 Getz monument tall old needs careful read

Getz Karl Aug 7, 1857 Oct 3, 1892*

40-16 head stone Charley

40-17 stone Robert

40-18 Getz needs careful read tall

Getz George B June 14, 1866 Dec 28, 1911* old tall

Getz Joseph Sep 7, 1831*

Getz Mary wife of Joseph Apr 29, 1826 Apr 23, 1900*

40-20 Getz George Jun 14, 1866 Dec 28, 1911

40-20 corner stones

40-23 Worn stone needs careful read

40-24 Gillett Emma E on Bittner lot 1863 1950*

40-26 Bittner Carl 1829 1901

40-27 Bittner Caroline 1832 1893

40-28 Bittner tall monument

Bittner Charles Oct 29, 1829 Feb 21, 1901* had odd Fellows marker

Bittner Caroline on Charles stone Jul 29, 1832 Dec 19, 1893*

40-29 Eckstein Clara Sep 30, 1875 Feb 15, 1926*

40-30 Eckstein Lloyd Oct 30, 1900 Mar 15, 1926 *

40-31 Eckstein William Dec 18, 1866 Nov 11, 1926*

40-33 Mielke Mary May 23, 1875 May 1,1944 red stone

ten unmarked graves

40-43 Wolgast Rose 1888 1976*

40-44 Wolgast Max 1885 1935*

40-45 head stone unreadable

40-46 Beyer Wilhelm on Dora stone Feb 19, 1824 Dec 6, 1899* tall old monument

Beyer Maria Dora geb Lahz Sep 8, 1830 Feb 22, 1913*

Beyer? Edward 1893* NEEDS MARKER

Beyer Clara 1893* NEEDS MARKER

Wade Wilhelm Jul 4, 1869 Oct 28 1897*

40-47 head stone unreadable

40-48 Borg? Wilhelm 1869 1897*

40-49 Malkmas John Feb 10, 1826 Jul 24, 1895*

40-51 Agustus Gesch old worn needs careful read

40-52 Malkmas Wm 1878 1955*

40-53 Malkmas Conrad 1838 1879*

Malkmas Margaret 1842 1920*

Malkmas John C Jul 6 1873 Apr 21, 1917 NEEDS MARKER

eight unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 38; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 28

Row 41 from W. Landmark is Zorn big big gray

two unmarked graves

41-3 Zorn Herman 1875 1912*

41-4 Zorn monument big big gray

41-5 Zorn Christian 1849 1922*

41-7 Zorn Sophia 1849 1941*

three unmarked graves

41-9 Hartlein George L 1841 1913*

41-11 Hartlein Fredericka 1837 1919*

41-12 Hartlein big big monument gray

eight unmarked graves

41-19 Pennow Emma 1892 1976*

41-19 head stone unreadable

41-20 Pennow Frederich 1887 1969*

41-21 underground stone

41-23 Kreger Sarah Jun 18, 1870 Apr 11, 1923*

41-24 Kreger William Sep 4, 1867 Feb 2, 1924

41-25 Mable dau of Wm & S Kreger Nov 25, 1895 Jun 27, 1897*

four unmarked graves

41-28 Kreger monument big gray

two unmarked graves

41-29 head stone unreadable

41-30 flat needs careful read“21-18- 28 yrs”

41-31 Hartsig Rosa A Feb 23, 1872 Apr 16, 1895 ag 23 1m 23 d tall monument SAD {Hartsig Rose apr 14 1895 mar 23 consumption Charles Steffens Fraser MI rec 243}

fifteen unmarked graves

41-43 Rudolff Twin brothers

eight unmarked graves

41-49 August Gesch 1876-1909

Gesch August BIL of Makmas Dec 23, 1863 Jan 31, 1909

41-51 Mary Gesch 1869-1953

41-52 Allen W Gesch 1898-1965

41-55 Joan B or John G Jul 8 1873 Apr 21 1917 needs careful read

eight unmarked graves

41-63 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 20; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 46

Row 42 from W. Landmark is Bower BIG RED SERIOUS TILT

unmarked grave

42-3 Bower Lambert 1872 1944* flat 5' from fence

42-4 Bower Leonard 1858 1920*

four unmarked graves

42-5 Bower BIG RED monument TILTING

Bauer Phillip Jul 22, 1822 Apr 17, 1899 on Katherine stone*

Bauer Katherine Jan 7, 1832 Aug 5, 1917*

42-6 head stone MOTHER Bower

42-7 head stone FATHER

42-10 head stone unreadable

42-12 head stone unreadable Kolster

42-12 Kolster big monument

Koester Johann Apr 27, 1823 Feb 13, 1907*

Koester Sophia on Johann stone Mar 2, 1821 May 30, 1908*

Westphal Fredrich on Koester lot May 24, 1898 Sep 15, 1900* NEEDS MARKER

six unmarked graves

42-15 head stone unreadable

42-17 head stone Boldt

42-18 Boldt Friedrich 1823 tall gray monument TILTING

Boldt Friedrich Feb 8, 1823 Jul 10, 1896* tall

Boldt Dorothea on Friedrich stone May 3, 1823 May 14, 1905*

42-18 head stone unreadable

two unmarked graves

42-20 Barg Henry 1869 1929* corner stones B

four unmarked graves

42-24 head stone unreadable Ploeger

42-26 Ploeger monument big tall red

Ploeger C F Aug 18 1843*

Ploeger Mary wife of C F Mar 16 1841*

Skinner Louisa on Ploeger stone Oct 3, 1869 May 29, 1898

42-27 Louisa Ploeger

42-29 stone underground unmarked grave can see outline of two graves

42-30 unmarked grave stone underground

seven unmarked graves

42-36 Rose Johann Karl Feb 14, 1806 Oct 2, 1893 ag 87y 7m 18d* Macomb County Record Carl old age 87-7-9d farm work single b Germany

42-37 head stone unreadable

42-39 head stone unreadable

42-40 Werth Wilhelmina C M Mar 17, 1876 Dec 12, 1881*

Werth E*

42-41 Werth Anna K J Jan 4, 1874 Dec 11, 1881*

Small marker Heir rucht Unser Vater*

two unmarked graves

42-43 Beyer Herman 1866 1922*

42-44 Beyer Amelia 1867 1943*

42-47 Wolgast Augusta W 1919 1944

sixteen unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 21; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 45

Row 43 Landmark is Rickabush low gray to west of East drive 1 ½' tall 3' from fence

43-2 Rickabush Mary 1875 1939* township record b Detroit Nov 11, 1875 d May 31, 1939

ag 63-6-20 dau of Frank Sebert & ? of ? Wife of Louis Rickabush. Res 7th st, West side.

43-4 Rickabush Lewis 1869 1952*

43-5 Rickabush Alger 1915 1963*

five unmarked graves

43-10 Wolgast Frank

43-11 Wholgast monument big

Wolgast Frank their son Jan 24, 1883 Sep 1, 1903*

Wolgast John Apr 24, 1844 Dec 22, 1918*

Wolgast Sophia Feb 21, 1851 Jul 8, 1936*

43-13 head stone MOTHER Wholgast

43-14 head stone FATHER Wholgast

43-17 Hartlein Charles J 1905 1972*

Hartlein Lillian C 1908 1998*

43-18 Busch John F 1903 1975*

43-20 Busch Edward 1873 1938*

Busch Lillie on Edward stone 1876 1947*

43-22 Bohringer Charlotte Oct 9, 1935 Dec 6, 1988 *

Bohringer Robert Jr Sep 3, 1934 Jun 5, 1989*

Bohringer Chas John Aug 28, 1969*

four unmarked graves

43-27 Busch Elmer E 1898 1978*

Busch Alma E 1900 1986*

Busch Mary 1867 1941* NEEDS MARKER

Busch Edward 1866 1943* NEEDS MARKER

six unmarked graves

43-33 Well and water pipe

43-35 Sieck Edward Jan 16, 1866 Jun 18, 1943*

43-36 Sieck Mary Dec 15, 1867 Dec 4, 1941*

43-38 Sieck monument big gray

43-40 Awey Carl F Jan 10, 1825 Sep 24 1903*

four unmarked graves

43-45 Thimian Edward W died in service 1892 1918 WWI VETERAN

43-46 Thimian Anna 1871 1925 *

43- Thimian Joseph J 1841 1917* stone gone NEEDS MARKER

43- Thimian Freda S 1838 1910* stone gone NEEDS MARKER

43-48 flat stone unreadable

43-49 memorial missing

unmarked graves

43-54 Oehmke Fritz Aug 27, 1872 Nov 17, 1914 given by sister Lena

ten unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 27; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 39

Row 44 from W. Landmark is East Driveway Gate

Lot Row 45 Landmark is Ortman dark gray stone just to East about 9 yards from fence

unmarked graves

45-9 Ortman Johann Jul 9, 1888 Oct 30, 1907*

45-10 head stone unreadable

45-11 head stone MOTHER

45-12 head stone FATHER

45-14 Ortman Carl Nov 10, 1841 Sep 30, 1909* tall dark gray stone

Ortman Louise Aug 4, 1843 Sep 11, 1931 Louisa*

45-15 Boening Carl 1857 1922* red low stone

45-16 Boening Wilhelm 1828 1924* flat stone

45-17 Boening Monument big red

45-18 Boening Anna 1869 1951*

45-19 Boening Wilhelmina 1834 1906*

45-20 Boening Grace A 1905 1906*

two unmarked graves

45-22 head stone MOTHER

45-23 head stone FATHER

45-25 Measel John C on Caroline stone 1848 1935*

Measel Caroline nee Kaiser 1856 1918*

Measel George J son von J & C 1880 1892* or on foot stone

45-26 Gallmeister Ethel 1906 1981*

Gallmeister Otto 1903 1975*

45-29 Dill Carolina 1860 1930*

45-30 Dill Frederich 1850 1940*

45-31 F Dill monument 2 ½ feet tall gray

45-32 Dill John 1857 1951*

45-33 Dill frau John 1888 1910*

45- Dill Martha wife of John 1888 1910*

unmarked graves

45-35 square stone Preisel

45-36 Preisel Cora P 1891 1903*

45-37 Preisel John 1847 1920*

45-38 Preisel Hannah 1858 1933*

45-39 Hartsig Julia E 1887 1929 *

45-40 Preisel Viola C 1898 1938*

three unmarked graves

45-43 Mehnert Gustav 1846 1908*

45-44 Mehnert Caroline 1848 1935* township record b Germany Nov 10, 1848 d Oct 21, 1935 wife of Gustive Mehnert. Dau of Louis Zeibg & ? of Germany.

Unmarked grave

45-46 Fred Mehnert 1879-1951

six unmarked graves

45-51 Qualmann Carl H Apr 27, 1845 May 5, 1914 OLD TALL GRAY monument

Qualmann Auguste W b Jan 25, 1851

unmarked grave

45-54 Qualmann Carl J Feb 20, 1878 Jul 19, 1878 has lamb*

45-55 part of head stone needs careful read

45- marker not visible any longer

45-55 square marker Qualman

six unmarked graves

45- not visible King Fred 1879 1951* NEEDS MARKER

45-59 King Fred E 1904 1954*

45-62 fence

Totals: probable persons based on stones 30; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 36

Row 46 from W. Landmark is Momrow low red marker 30' from fence

six unmarked graves

46-7 Momrow Raymond E Apr 17, 1926 Aug 12, 1927*

nine unmarked graves

46-15 head stone unreadable

46-16 head stone unreadable

46-17 Schuer monument big

Schuer Louise Oct 6, 1830 Mar 12, 1914*

Schuer Joachim Mar 10, 1834 Dec 24, 1911*

four unmarked graves

46-22 Bower Ida Mar 12, 1871 May 8,1948*

46-23 Bower John Aug 27, 1870 May 23, 1935*

46-25 J Bower monument big

46-27 Bower Walter Dec 23, 1895 Dec 13, 1915*

four unmarked graves

46-30 Stiens Mother 1858 1934* big red low

Stiens Father 1856 1924*

Stiens Mildred 1899 1916*

46-31 stone in ground unreadable

46-32 Grafnitz Joseph C 1879 1956* needs careful read

unmarked graves

46-40 stone in ground needs careful read

46-49 Abey Richard 1928 1932*

Abey Ethel 1925 1925*

Abey Otto J 1890 1978* Pvt US Army 1890 1978 VETERAN

Abey Mary M 1901 1971*

46-50 Mistopocous big low Elsie Dec 20, 1926

Peter Mistopocous Feb 2, 1926 Aug 14, 2003 WORLD WAR II Veteran

46- small square stone spelled Qhalman

fifteen unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 16; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 50

Row 47 from W. Landmark is Thieme dark gray round 4 yards from fence

unmarked grave

47-2 Thieme Margaret small marker*

47-3 head stone FATHER

47-4 Thieme Hulda Dec 26, 1863 Dec 11, 1927*

Thieme Arno Sep 15, 1864 Oct 10, 1924*

47-5 head stone MOTHER

five unmarked graves

47-10 Strauss Emile H E 1863 1915*

47-11 Strauss Carl 1865 1944*

47-12 Strauss Edwin 1905 1972*

47-13 Strauss Elsie 1904 1969*

47-14 Strauss big red marker no one listed on it

three unmarked graves

47-22 Degurski Otto Mar 16, 1864 Feb 25, 1932*

seven unmarked graves

47-24 Diehl William Nov 23, 1858 Jan 25, 1918 under tree*

47-26 Rugenstein Ida 1884 1971*

Rugenstein Charles 1878 1963

47- small stone unreadable

nine unmarked graves

47-33 Gloede Lena Aug 14, 1874 Warren Township, Mar 14, 1921* big

Gloede John Nov 15, 1864 Feb 22, 1945*

Gloede Florence W Apr 7, 1914 Apr 14, 1968* NEEDS MARKER

47-35 Dobberowsky Lydia Stewart 1904 1988* pink stone

Dobberowsky Herbert C 1906 1942*

twenty unmarked graves

47-37 Arnold Sophia C Jan 17, 1907 Jan 8, 1988*

47-54 Boening Frederich 1880 1977*

47-55 Hughes Rose 1886 1955*

eight unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 20; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 46

Lot Row 48 from W. Landmark is Miller big gray stone 4 yards from fence

48-4 Miller Margaret Meinrow nee Miller May 26, 1909 Dec 15, 1936*

48-5 Miller monument big gray stone

48-6 Miller John A Oct 6, 1878*

48-7 Miller Garrie Getz wife of John A Miller Jul 11, 1887 Apr 31, 1917*

48-12 Hartlein Frederick E Dec 25, 1917 Dec 17, 2002

48-13 Hartlein Fred 1881 1965*

Hartlein Olga 1886 1966*

48-14 Hartlein baby dau of Fred and Olga Dec 2, 1914* no name on stone

48-18 Keller Helen M 1892 1964*

Keller John A 1890 1973*

fourteen unmarked graves

48-30 Presnell Julia 1906 1989*

Presnell Robert 1904 1979*

48-33 Warren Beulah May 18, 1938

Jack Warren Sep 25, 1934 Mar 25, 1981 red stone

eighteen unmarked graves

48-49 Ervine Rose 1894 1943*

48-50 Ervine George July 13, 1899 May 17, 1965*

48-52 Jackson Brian Royal on Ervine lot Jun 9, 1954 Jul 19, 1956*

eight unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 16; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 50

Row 49 from W. Landmark is Hoxsey – Getz big gray stone 5 yards from fence

unmarked graves

49-5 Hoxsey – Getz big gray stone

Hoxsey Glenn 1910 1985* NEEDS MARKER

Hoxsey Marian 1910 1987* NEEDS MARKER

49-7 Getz Anna wife of Edward Hoxsey Jun 17, 1890 Dec 29, 1922*

49-8 corner stone “M”

eight unmarked graves

49-16 Wilson David 1846 1934* township record b Owen Sound, Ont Jun 6, 1845

d Mar 14, 1933 son of William Wilson & ? of Canada. Husband jof Mary Schutt.

Retired flour-feed miller res 5711 Fillmore St.

49-18 Wilson Mary 1860 1945*

49-19 Abey John on Wilson lot 1883 1949*

49-40 Thomas Clara 1909 1994*

49-42 Thomas Velma 1933 1942*

49-43 Weiss Michael 1876 1943*

49-45 Sobieck Amilia Weiss 1882 1972*

49-47 corner stone unreadable

unmarked graves

Totals: probable persons based on stones 10; total graves 66; total unmarked graves 56

These stones above are the remaining stones of nearly 170 years of neglect, weathering and vandalism. Also note

that until 1986 this cemetery still had no fence at all. Just in 2011 alone seven stones were stolen out of this cemetery that we know of.

Note on Soldiers and Veterans it is very probable that there are additional soldiers/veterans buried in this

cemetery. Many widows did not have funds to buy a marker for their soldier husband. Some veterans died in poverty as some do even today.

Prior to Civil War

KINGSCOTT, JOHN W is buried in Warren Union Cemetery. He was an early Warren township official and was listed in the official 1850 US Census as a US soldier. In those days the life of a US soldier was often one of suffering and sacrifice. That is why he should be listed on a historical stone. Otherwise he will be forgotten.

Much of the following research was done and Transcribed by Robert and Cheryl Allen. They have done a lot of other historical work and we owe them a dept of gratitude. Thank You

Civil War Veterans at Warren Union Cemetery Warren Michigan

Much of this research was done by Mr and Mrs Allen

BENSON, IRA F Priv A 22 MI Inf. 8/21/1862 6/1/1864 1 9 10 Sterling Warren buried in Warren Union Cemetery. He also had two brothers that fought in the Civil War

Berger Nicholas Born Nov 6, 1840 (Ger) Enlisted in Company G 52d Pennsylvania Infantry July 9, 1963. Mustered July 9, 1863. Mustered out Sept 1, 1863. Location not stated. There was a 52 Pennsylvania unit that served for a 3 year period. There was also a militia unit designated the 52 Penn Infantry which was organized on July 9, 1863 and was mustered out as a unit on Sept 1, 1963. It was the militia unit in which this veteran served.

Cole William L Born March 1840 (NY) Enlisted in 23 Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery, Nov 23, 1861 at Niagara County NY for 3 years at age 22. Mustered Nov 25, 1861. Re-enlisted Jan 1, 1864. Mustered out July 14, 1865 at Fort Porter, Buffalo, NY. According to special veteran census of 1890, this veteran suffered from diarrhea as a result of service in war. In addition this veteran's soldiers home record indicated that he suffered from some level of deafness also. This veteran died in the Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, MI. D 1927.

Cook John N Born Aug 14, 1823 (Ger) Enlisted in company G 14th MI Infantry, March 26, 1864 at

Sterling, for 3 years, age 40. Mustered March 26, 1864. Wounded in action at Jonesboro, Georgia, Sept 1, 1864. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps. Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability at

Indianapolis, Indiana, June 16, 1865 from Company F 17th regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. Widow

Margaret filed request 9/8/1892. Record lists this veteran's surname as Cook or Koch.

The pensioner's roll of 1883 lists a wound on the left hand. He also suffered deafness. D Aug 20, 1892.

Crawford James M Born Nov 30, 1824 (NY). Enlisted in company I 8th MI Cavalry April 10, 1863 st

Sterling MI, for 3 years, at age 38. Mustered April 23, 1863, Transferred to Company F July 20, 1865.

Mustered out at Nashville Tenn Sept 22, 1865. According to special veteran census 1890 he suffered from rheumatism and heart disease as result of the war. D Jan 31, 1912.

Eckstein Frederick Born July 3, 1810 (Saxony) Enlisted in Battery H 1st MI Light Artillery Oct 21, 1861 at Detroit for 3 years at age 44. Mustered Dec 24, 1861. Discharged for disability at New Madrid, MO Aug 1862. Widow Mary filed request 1/28/1891. Record of service lists his surname as Extine. The pension of record is under surname of Eckstein. Pension record also indicates service in Co A 2nd Veteran Reserve Corps. D Nov 12, 1890.

Gamble Benjamin C Born Jan 15, 1843 (Eng) Enlisted in Company H 2nd MI Cavalry Sept 15, 1861 at

Warren for 3 years at age 19. Mustered Oct 2, 1961. Discharged for disability (gun shot wound in right leg) at Detroit MI Jan 15, 1864. Widow Isabella filed request 2/23/1900. Guardian Isabella Trudell filed request 10/5/1903. D Feb 6, 1900.

HEIPLE, JACOB Privt H 2 Mi Cav. 9/1/1861 10/1/1862 1 1 0

Hoard Levi Born June 24, 1807 (NY). Enlisted in Company L, 8th MI Cavalry, as wagoner, Feb 28, 1863 at Chesterfield for 3 years at age 44. Mustered April 23, 1863. Discharged on surgeon's certificate for disability at Camp Nelson, Kentucky, Aug 4, 1864. This veteran probably shaded the truth when enlisting. From birth date, as indicated by his cemetery headstone, he would have actually been about 52 or so when enlisting. In addition the 1960 federal census lists him as being born about 1808 and lists his age as 52. D Jan 20, 1888. Is buried in Warren Union Cemetery.

JACOB, CHARLES Privt H 41 IL Inf. From Warren. Is buried in Warren Union Cemetery

Lorenz Ernst Born June 27, 1832 (Ger). Enlisted in Company H, 2nd MI Cavalry, as Corporal, Sept 3, 1861 at Erin, for 3 years at age 28. Mustered Oct 2, 1861. Promoted Sergeant March 1, 1862. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Nashville, Tenn Oct 22, 1864. Record of service list him as Lorenze, Ernest. D March 22. 1912. 9/20/1862 9/20/1865 Is buried in Warren Union Cemetery.

Pereira Manuel J Born Jan 20, 1843. (OH). Enlisted in Company L 8th MI Cavalry as Corporal Feb 28,

1863, at Lenox for 3 years at age 19. Mustered April 23, 1863. Transferred to Invalid Corps Jan 15, 1864. discharged at Indianapolis Indiana Aug 1865 from Company G 17th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps. According to veteran census 1890, this veteran suffered from having right ear injured. D May 2,1919. He is buried in Warren Union Cemetery.

Tatro Francis Born about 1843 (MI). Enlisted in company H 2nd MI Cavalry, Sept 3, 1861 at Warren for 3 years age 18. Mustered Oct 2, 1861. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps April 10, 1864. Another listing was 10/11/1864 3 1 8. Widow Loretta filed request 12/3/1883. According to pensioners roll of 1883 he was wounded in left hand as a result of the war. D Oct 19,1883. Warren Not only is he buried here but he has more than one stone

Civil War Soldiers/Veterans that were from Warren but we don't know whether their remains are buried

here. A search of many other cemeteries did not prove they were buried anywhere else. Since this was the closest cemetery to where they lived, and since in the old days people were usually buried in the closest cemetery it is most probable that they are here. They were poor farmers whose widow may not have had money for a memorial and there were no stone cutters in this rural area.

COOLEY, OSCAR Privt G 20 IL Inf. 1/1/1862 2/16/1863 1 1 16 from Warren Research is in progress. He might be buried here.

GAMBLE, CHARLES U.S. Sol. from Warren-Sterling. He might be buried here. Research is in progress

HALSEY, SILAS was a Civil War soldier and was an early businessman in Warren Township. The Macomb County Military Index shows Halsey, Silas E from Civil War Army source MRGAR. It appears that this Silas may be buried in Warren Union Cemetery and a another one is buried elsewhere.

Has family is buried in Warren Union Cemetery including his wife so it is highly probable that he is also buried here.

HARTMAN, JOHN from Warren Lost a thumb

KIDD, CHARLES Privt H 8 OH Inf. 1861 1861 3 Warren Warren suffered Deafness. Research in progress. Other Kidd family members are buried at Warren Union Cemetery. It is possible he may be buried here also. He has not shwn up at any other local cemetery.

METRO, JOSEPH Priv K 8 MI Inf. 2/1863 5/1863 Warren Some family is buried at Warren Union Cemetery so it is not without possibility he is buried here also.

MOOR, WM Privt G 16 MI Inf. 3/28/1865 7/8/1865 3 0 20 From Warren-Roseville. Research in progress.

OPFER, FREDERICK Priv A 1 MI Art. 5/31/1861 5/31/1864 3 0 0 from Warren-Fraser. He had a farm at 13 Mile Road near Hayes.

SMITH, JOHN Privt I 3 MI Inf. 4/4/1865 4/4/1866 1 from Warren. Might be buried in Warren Union Cemetery as there are other relatives here. More research needs to be done. But he has not showed up at any other local cemetery. We need to find Smith family members.

STANLEY, JAMES Priv A 22 MI Inf. 4/5/1865 8/25/1865   3 20 from Sterling- Warren. Suffered Chronic Diarrhea. There are Stanley family members buried at Warren Union Cemetery. He might be buried there also.

Van Fleet Theodore F. Born June 23, 1842 (Pruss). Enlisted in company A, 22d MI Infantry Aug 11, 1862 at Pontiac for 3 years at age 20. Mustered Aug 14, 1862. Taken prisoner at Chickamauga, Georgia Sept 20, 1863. Died while a prisoner of war Sept 18, 1864. Pension request filed by father 9/17/1879. D 1864 Researchers state Considering where this veteran died, the headstone for this veteran may be a memorial headstone.

Here are stats for the first 20 families in old section.

Peter Gillett Row 11, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 6 total

Smith R Row 10 Wm, Row 14 4 listed

Smith C perhaps Row 9 unknown not marked 2 marked

Barton Isaac Row 12 5 persons listed

Barton O Row 12 4 listed plus Row 24 may not be same family 2 listed

Ames F Row 13 + Nathaniel 7 Ames total

Torry W unknown not marked

Scott J unknown not marked

Haight A unknown not marked

Royce S Row 12 3 listed

Denizon A Row 12 5 listed if Denison counted

Hitchcock D Row 16, 26,27,28 also row 18 6 marked

Jennison S Row 17 Glazier 2 persons

Davy s Row 12 7 listed

Jenny F Row 23 5 persons listed

Hoxie G none found

Family name unknown

Family name unknown

Murry D member of trustees of church

and assuming one more family joined these 19 families that would give 20 families at 10-20 possible burials each of the large lots that would be 200-400 possible burials (depending on how many stillborns, infants and children were buried) of which there are now only 55 total listed on surviving stones. Remember this cemetery was considered fulled before WWII. Even this oldest section was considered full and the cemetery had to be expanded.

Back in 1940 The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research did a detailed walk thru of Warren Union

Cemetery. They noted that a flag indicating a soldiers grave was located in strip 20 and in the fifth plot.

This is now located to the North of the Davy plot and to the West of the Heartsig plot of strip 21.

As a historian I have also been told that there was an unknown soldier at Warren Union Cemetery but no

one has told or shown me where. The soldier buried there was not an unknown soldier at the time of burial. He certainly is now because no one alive knows who he was because the records were lost in a flood of the church basement. We veterans think he should still be honored. Whether we know his name or not. We feel it was certainly wrong for the grave robber gang to steal this memorial that was not theirs. The same goes for the other 5-7 stones they did not own and they have stolen out of our cemetery. It was not their property and they do not even own the cemetery.

We veterans know what it is to fight in a war and lose friends. How dare these disrespectful vigilantes steal a memorial that was not their property out of a cemetery. Were they so jealous to take credit for memorials, that they stole ones that others had donated? We veterans have served our country and have lost friends in wars and we feel the grave robber gang has disrespected our soldiers. They are now a laughing stock of history buffs but they have given Warren a black eye.

In addition the following from death records and family records indicate that some of the following persons are or may be buried in Warren Union Cemetery. Also see separate study about Who Is Buried in Warren Union Cemetery.

Buckley Sarah A 1889 Mar 8 widow ag 73 record No 254 cancer in chest b NY IN WUCR7-27

Berger Mary 1889 Apr 6 ag 9 rec255 par Chas & Catherine Berger inflammation of brain POSSIBLE WUC

Giesler Frank 1889 Nov 4 ag 68 rec 256 blood poison

Ackerman William 1889 Mar 26 ag 55 farmer son of Geo Cancer in stomach

Voylit Chas 1889 May 5 ag 59-6 b Germany inflamation of Lungs

Miller Christine 1899 June 24 ag37 b Germany cause confinement POSSIBLE WUC

Miller Wiliam 1889 Sept 5 ag 2m14d par Christian & Christine Summer Complaint POSSIBLE WUC

Rumeper Anthony 1889 July 2049 widower b Germany Farmer cause Fine

Hagen Henry 1889 aug 20 ag18y10m single snoof Henry & Mary Inflamation of bowles

Henst or Henlt John 1889 Aug 28 ag3mo par Frank & Unineni

Follows Wes Arnold negative 3205 page 12 year 1889

Elliott Barbara 1889 July 10 ag 2d record 265 Joseph & catherine cause unknown

Parsh Peter 1889 Aug 24ag 66 married b Germany Farmer John & Margaret cause Bright disease

Weimert Lizzie 1889 June 25 ag 2m Carl & Mary cant read cause

Warslnier or Manshuer Caroline 1889 May 17 ag 52 married b Germany inflamation of bowles

Warslnier or Manshuer Fredericck 1899 May 23 married ag 52 Cause Cunmmm Suicide

Ceredo ? Jhn 1889 Aug 10 married ag78 heart disease

Warner Mary 1889 Jan 1 ag 8 Joseph & Caroline Diptheria POSSIBLE WUC

Warner Louisa 1889 Jan 2 ag 5Y8M Joseph & Caroline diphtheria POSSIBLE WUC

Delor unknown 1889 Mar 18 female white still born

Souts Mary 1889 Mar 26 ag 14M crmuuuifes Parents Wm & Maggie sieds

Schuste unknown 1889 Nov 10 Female White Par Julnn schulte & Mary schulte stillborn

Helelsbrand Paul 1889 sept 1 b Germany farmer Heart disease Paul & Rose Heldebrand Germany

RESHOOT 3307 FUZZY p 311

Miesel Louis 1889 Oct 14 ag50y8m married farmer John & Rose Lymthoid femes possible WUC

Gill Anna 1889 Oct 30 ag17 2 single John & Affa Gill diphtheria POSSIBLE ST CLEMENTS

N?aubre Julia 1889 Aug 15 ag49 married Bter denika emily denicke Belgium Consumption

Prieles ? Henry 1889 “Uos” 10 ag 3y4m Henry Prieles Mary inflamation of bowles

Lyones Clifton 1889 Sept 29 ag 3mo A C Lyons Cilly Lyons unknown cause

Tharrett Maria 1889 Aug 7 widow ag 82 record 282 b England Pralysis of Heart IN Warren Union Cemetery 9-14

Arnold, blank 1889 Sept 10 female white in Romeo Edward &Mattie Arnold Michigan

above neg 3208 below 3309 RESHOOT FUZZY

V or H ollman – 1890 June 11 Male W single ag?

Doebler Carl 1890 Dec 17 single 1m 14d Wm Doebler Anna b Warren Lung Fever

Robeck Anna 1890 Mch 14 ag 70 widow b Germany cause unknown

Schoenberg Mary 1890 apr 7 ag 62 married b Grermany Dysentary

Rocko George 1890 Sept 24 ag 6M august Rocka Mary Germany/Mi heart failure

Springer Eddie 1890 Sept 6 ag 10M Geo Springer Mary Germany/MI inflamation of bowles

Steffens Mary 1890 May 11 ag 7d

Evarts Permaniah 1890 Nov 14 ag82 widow Paralysis rec 237 IN Warren Union Cemetery R7-3

Smith Mary 1890 May 30 ag 34 married b NY Paralysis POSSIBLE WUC

Tharrett Josephine 1890 Apr 26 married ag 26 Joseph Metro Mary Metro Warren Inflamation of lungs possible Warren Union Cemetery for Josephine.

Operficius Mary 1890 Feb 25 ag 29y 6m married Henry Prigel Mary Erin MI cause La Grippe

Weingartz Joseph 1890 Sept 30 ag 8 Michael & Emma Weingartz Warren Typhoid Fever PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Weingartz Anna 1890 Oct 31 married ag 36 par Peter J Wolff & Mary Typhoid fever PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Groesbeck Anna 1890 Oct 31 ag36 cause consumption b Canada Ontario

Groesbeck Mary E 1890 Dec 24 ag 1y7m par L J & Anna consumption PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

rec 226 below Wesley Arnold's image 3211

Tharrett Loren M 1890 aug 23 single ag26 teacher Robert Tharrett & Diana Warren TyphoidFever POSSIBLE WUC

Hogh or Hoyt James W 1890 Dec 13 ag 75 married b Connt farmer YellowJaundice

Norris Amanda 1890 Jan 4 ag 69 b NY married Consumption

Buckley John L 1890 May 12 ag 33 married farmer b MI John & Margaret of warren Drownded rec 239 IN Warren Union Cemetery 7-26

Gill Peter 1890 Apr 3 ag 79y2m21d married gravel in bladder b France rec 240 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Gill Elizabeth 1890 June 1 ag78y1m married b France Dropsy PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Measel Daniel 1890 Mch 27 ag 45y6m married farmer Jacob & Elizabethboth deadYelloJaunidice POSSIBLE WUC

Stumifs – 1890 Sept 30 Stillborn Peter & Bertha Stumfs

Stauch Jascob 1890 Nov 25 ag84 widower Bavaria Cooper Heart Disease

March baby 1890 Sept 17 ag 2d female Fred & Mary unknown

Shaldron Wm 1890 sept 26 ag 26 single laborer Chas & Vergil Shaldron Consumption

Eluart Francis 1890 Sept 27 ag 6y4m Frank & Francis Scarlet Fever rec 247 img3211

Wes Arnold's negative 3213 follows

can't read b Bavaria Cooper Heart disease

March – 1890 Sept 17 ag 2d Fred Mary cause unknown

Shaldron Wm 1890 Sept 26 single ag 26 Chas Vergil Shaldron Consumption

Elwart Francis 1890 Sept 20 female ag6y4d Frank. Francis scarlet fever rec 247

Rose August 1890 Feb 13 ag 1mo Chas/Matilda cause unknown

Qualman Henry 1890 May 18 ag 11y b MI John/Sophie Diphtheria IN Warren Union Cem 30-53

Esnren Sophie 1890 Mch 18 ag 33 married b Germany Childbirth

Wasmund Almra 1890 Aug 27 ag 16 Fred/Elizabeth Wasmund Typhoid Fever

Vanloo Lena 1890 June 15 ag1y6m d in Hantramck cause unknown

Boehm Rose 1890 Aug 14 ag 2m Wm & Henrietta consumption

Lerve or Lewe Joseph 1890 Apr 6 ag2y Oscar & Anna Lerve drowned

George, Ernma 1890 Mch 28 ag 15John & Mary George heart disease

Wes Arnold's image 3215 starts record 218 page 39

Measel Maggie 1891 Oct 11 ag 7 Diphtheria par Gotfreid & Maggie Warren POSSIBLE WUC

Schulz Minnie 1891 Aug 22 ag 13mo smmml

Hallman stillborn 1891 Oct 1 male stillborn Jacob & Anna

Kline Mary 1891 March 14 ag 95 widow old age born Germany

Keisler Frderika 1891 July 13 ag 36 married cause unknown par Carl & Frederika Engel

Ave stillborn 1891 Aug 12 Fritz Ave Minnie Ave

Halsey Elisah 1891 Aug 3 male 81 married old age b NY Farmer rec 234 possible Warren Un Cem

Norris John N 1891 Aug 9 ag 67 widower blood poison b NY farmer rec 225 IN WrnUnCem 13-19

Rodka Christ ? 1891 Sept 17 ag 67 widower Dropsey b Germany farmer

Desgrandchamp Anna 1891 Oct 17 ag 5 Diphtheria parents Henry and Maggie of Warren

Tromblley Petre 1891 May 20 ag 38 married Heart disease b Mi parents Edward b Gros Pte Jelia

Heisner Edward 1891 May 28 17mo Consumption Gustiv Heisner & Lizzie of Warren

Hetlen L L 1891 Jan 16 ag 39 married Blood poison b Canada TELEGRAPHING pat John & Justine b London Canada

Carpenter Joel 1891 Nov 17 ag 30 single consumption labor par Jack & Arlene of Utica

Bartels Otto 1891 July 27 ag 26 married heart disease farmer par Herman Bartels Jennia of Warren POSSIBLE WUC

Rubenett Mary 1891 Feb 26 ag64 married La grippe b Gaemany

Spankie Julia 1891 Sept 4 ag 6mo summer Complaset par Jacob & Antonette Spankie of Warren

Wolff John 1891 Aug 1 ag 8y 9m bits 7 Cramps par Anthony & Joanna of Warren

Klaukie Anna 1891 Dec 15 asg 10y 2m bright disease par Louis & Mary Klaukie of Warren

Dedenbach stillborn 1891 Oct 12 female Goek Augusta 1891par Michael & Appolnia

Recherd John 1891 Nov 12 ag 5mo consumption b Arkansas par Peter Richert bFort Smith Ark

Goik Augusta 1891 Sep 19 ag 7y 1m female inflamation

Bohmer sophia 1891 apr 6 ag 70 single

Wes Arnold image 3217 page 40 first record 241

Kochie Anna 1891 June 20 ag 74 widow Disease of Heart b Batvaria

Rinke Mary 1841 Dec 20 ag 12 Typhoid Fever par Joseph & Mary of Warren

VanDamme Mary 1891 July 16 ag 6m summer comiphel par Rine & Jennie of Warren

Verhoven Vitoraer Henry J 1891 Aug 12 married ag 39 typhoid fever par Henry & Isabelle of Detroit

Mullen John 1891 Feb 26 ag 71 married Consumption farming

Hessell Jacob 1891 Oct 18 ag 66 widower Consumption Prussia farming Possible Bunert Cemetery

Bladkett Adeltech 1891 Feb 17 male single age 2mo Congestion of Lungs far Alfred & Matglne Blackett of Warren

Oplsfcius stillborn 1891 Aug 16 male 1 day cause unknown par John Mary Opfufcius of Warren

Blackett Norman 1891 Mar 9 ag 8mo Measels par Walter Blackett Rose of Warren

Measel Jacob 1891 July 5 ag 23y 11m single Typhoid Fever par Daniel & Doethea Measel of Warren POSSIBLE WUC

VerHoven Mary 1891 Dec 14 ag 2y 6mo Diptheria par Henry Verhoven Lizzie of Warren

Guum Anna 1891 Oct 17 ag 73y 4 mo widow paralysis b Germany par Bruene Beuenr of Germany

Esmen William 2mo summer complaint rec 226 1892

Rotarius Joseph 3y scarlet fever PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Rotarius Mary 1y 1m scarlet fever PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

sb= still born note there are many

Minde Ida 21y 4m Typhoid Fever

Kern Anna 62 cancer

Soatman Minnie 75 La Grippe

Mass John 83 La Grippe


Heisner Ernstine 24 Child Birth

Vohs Frank 32 Blood Poisoning

Bathu John 8 Diphtheria

Gipperich Anthony 9 Brain Fever

Kuser John 6 Dropsey

Progoshie Auguse 13y 10m falling tree

neg 3221 1892 rec 241

Rickibus Paul 7y 10m Scarlet Fever Frank & Rose POSSIBLE WUC

Strich Lydia 17mo Colera Henry Minnie POSSIBLE WUC

Schreibre Frederika 95 Old Age

Schoenherr Mathias 1m 7d canker son

Kaltz Gertrude 73 female complaint PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaltz John J 78 La Grippe PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaltz Henry 74 Bright Disease PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Engel Wand 2m Whooping Cough Henry Henritta POSSIBLE WUC

Berger Nielie 7m Frtz Charles Mary POSSIBLE WUC

Nutro Richard 1y 3m Frtz

Jorirn Robert 8m inflammation

Borhun Joseph 1y 7m Scarlet Fever

Peck Roy Feb 16 1892 11m Scarlet Fever E H Peck Rose IN Warren Union Cemetery 7-14

Peck Perl E daughter 4y Scarlet Fever E H Rose POSSIBLE Warren Union Cemetery R7

Miller Clara 5m Brain Fever

Measel Margart 51y female complaint POSSIBLE WUC

Wes Arnold negative 3223 entry 206 year 1893

Berger Esmelia female 3m Summer Complaint POSSIBLE WUC

Kott Martha 74 Dropsy

Harlman Frank 17y 6m malarial fever

Hallman Felix 15m consumption

Rose Carl male 87y 7m 9d Old Age Oct 2 1893 b Germany single farm work rec 210 IN Warren Union Cemetery 42-36

Sherer Wieliden 19y inflamation of lungs see Warren Union Cemetery R 35 POSSIBLE WUC

Yastock Anna 1893 60 heart problem

Thuret Peter 2m 9d May 18 1893 inflamation of lungs par John Emma POSSIBLE WUC

Ulrich Ludwig 49 suicide by hanging farmer unknown par fm b germany



Wes Arnold neg 3225 year 1893 and 3227

Herzog Mary 35 consumption

Klinghouner Catherine ag 65 insanity

Pensien John 77 1893 heart disease

Marsh Fred 50 consumption

Jackson Isaac 37 Aug 2 1893 married Laborer par James Emma suicide by hanging POSSIBLE WUC

Kramer John 59 Heart Diseae

Walpf Maggie 47 coupisne enb

Grubrman Mary 54 Bright Disease

Brocke Euuua 20m Scarlet Fever

Moore Oliver rec 226 June 5 1893 widower 80y 11m 21d Disease POSSIBLE WUC

Horn Anna 81 0 0 married June 15 1893 Old Age

Metro Joseph 65 Dec 18 1893 married paralyzing stroke POSSIBLE WUC

Drges Mathias 40 married Crushed under a horse

Wes Arnold negative 3227

Halsey Magdelich ag 90 Old Age POSSIBLE WUC

Keiser frank 11m Summer Complaint

Brozoskie Fo male 1d cramps

Vohs John 75 La Grippe


Kidd Ellen Sep 30 1893 rec 236 single 52 Consumption b England par Thomas Hearn Cady Mi & unknown see IN Warren Union Cemetery 24-5

Gelach Elizabeth 1d Fits


Marsh Louis 37 Consumption

Miller Christian 52 widower consumption

Wes Arnold negative 3229 1893 page 69

Beyrr? Edward 3m Summer Complaint Wennan Emelia Beyrr

Wolff Sophie 8m Sclded Heard PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Lehuand Mary 35 Typhoid Fever

Weig Leuisa 26 Lvd 1894 Sterling Heart problem

Weig Herman 16m Feb 1894 inflammation of lungs par Henry Lerua POSSIBLE WUC

Rinke Andrew Jan 1 6 1894 ag61 inflamation

Relese Theadore 1m 7d cause Fits


neg 3233 year 1893 red 237

Berger Lawrence Apr 1894 ag 9m inflammation of lungs Charles Catherine POSSIBLE WUC

Meckler John 66 inflammation of lungs

Zimmerman John ag 84y 2m no cause


Engel Minnie 19 inflammation of heart POSSIBLE WUC

Hoste Celia 3m burial site unknown

Sricker Jacob 62 Heart Disease

Rick Ella 5m stomach cramps

Rumpea Jacob 73 Consumption

Smitz Joseph 87 Consumption

Halsey John M 67 enargement of liver POSSIBLE WUC

Sterunc Gotlich widower 81 cause unknown

neg 3235 1894


Peck or Reck Ella rec 225 June 2 1894 ag 5m stomach cramps POSSIBLE WUC

Rumupea Jacob 73 Consumption

Smitz Joseph 87 Consumption

Halsey John W 67 enlargement of liver POSSIBLE WUC

Sterner Gotlich widower 81y 6m unknown

Beebe Charles April 22 1894 age 30 married fever of brain undertaker POSSIBLE WUC

Gerlach Ben 17 Bright Disease

Smith Leverne 87 widower aplexy

Schroeder John 46 Bright Disease


Klein Mauda 8 Fits

Wes Arnold image 3237 year 1895

Weinert Charles 4m Summer Complaint Charles Mary

Schuster Catherine 80 Feb 25 1895 widow La Grippe

Arnold neg 3238 1895 rec 240-

Kaltz Frank Nov 4 1895 ag52 marr suicide by hanging PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaltz Nancy Dec 19 1895 46 widow exhaustion PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kramer Amanda Feb 21 1895 ag17 single consumption PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Hartsig Rose apr 14 1895 mar 23 consumption Charles Steffens Fraser MI rec 243 IN Warren Union Cemetery 41-31

Stagel Mary mar ag 73 La Grippe

Stolzenfeldt Walter 3d fits

Young Mary June 18 1895 mar 63 suicide by drownding POSSIBLE WUC

Groesbeck Jary J Mar 31 widow 58 malaria fever

Minde Christine Jan 29 1895 widow 86 old age

Schnell frederick mar 68 Paralytic stroke

Gill George 1895 mar ag 51 inflammation of lungs PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Dergrandschamp Grace 3mo La Grippe PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Gill abbie 1895 female marr 51 Yellow Jaundice PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Bierman Mary 1895 2mo unknown

Bierman Tracy female mar 29 Consumption

Ferneion Frederick 1895 single 32 epeleptic fits

Hoste Francis 2d unkn

Hoste Lawrence 1895 7d unkn

Spankie Lee 3 mo Croup

Kline Fredericke female marr ag60 6m smallpox

Fox Josephine 36 marr Dropsey of heart

Geise Henry single 76 Dropsey of heart

Mellman Paul 1895 single 30 Bright Disease

Wes Arnold negative 3240 pg 96

Christell Michael 1895 single 23 Typhoid Fever b Germany

Metre Stella 1895 Cholera inflemation 2y

Steffens Ernst Dec 1895 marr 89 Consumption POSSIBLE WUC rel Ackerman

G?roellinger Oliver S male marr 65 Abces of liver

Cromie James 1895 mar 64 appendicitis

Brin or Bun Jerome 1895 male marr 31 Catark of stomach

Mitchell Rbt mar 40 accidental shooting POSSIBLE WUC

Davy Charles Dec 16 1895marr 88 Consumption b England rec 271 farmer IN WUC 21-5

Hajt Ellen 1895 female widow 80y 7m Stroke b Scotland

Engelhert John C 1895 male single 61 Dropsy of Heart

Miller Maggie 1895 single 19 insanity par Peter/Maggie POSSIBLE WUC

Wes Arnold neg 3241 1895

Wegand Frank1896 1y 5m Inflamation of brain PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Lambert Roseanne 1896 mar 88 Dropsy of Heart

Miller George Dec15 1896 2y 4m diphtheria Fa dead Mary Miller POSSIBLE WUC

Neg 3242 1886

Miller Jacob Nov 30 1896 marr 35 gasoline explosion burnt to death farmer Peter/Margaret POSSIBLE WUC

Christill Christine 1896 fe marr 67 Typhoid Fever

Otto Anthony 1896 male single 3m cramps par Jacob Mary Otto

Otto Jacob 1896 1d burial site unknown

Davy Eliza J Oct 26 1896 female single 68 Bultae Paralysis rec 267 POSSIBLE WUC

Wills Catherine 1896 widow 79 Paralysis b Germany

Stanley Bernard Oct 9 1896 1y 8m croup James & Ernestine Stanley rec 269 IN WrnUnCem 18-6

Sinn Armilin female sep 3 1896 2y Croup Louis Sinn Armelia Sinn

Tanner Ida Jan 15 1896 marr 25 bright disease David /Alice Wilson of Warren rec 271 In Warren Union Cemetery 3-17

Lyons Rose Aug 8 1896 8m water on brain Arelne Lyons Lullie Lyons rec 272 POSSIBLE WUC

Smith Dora June 27 1896 fe marr 35 tumer b Canada rec 273 IN Warren Union Cemetery 9-21

Puffpaff Aloune 1896 3y 11m diphtheria Christ Puffpaff Nilhdmina

Herekel Lusuia 1896 fe marr 80 hear disease

Hovey Edward 1896 marr 68 cancer of stomach

Bolt Fritz 1896 widow 74 ? rupture of bowels b Germany

Roberts Elizabeth 1896 marr 28 confinement mo elizabeth Crottel

Roberts Edith 1896 15d fa Thomas Roberts unkn

Ramus William 1896 marr 62 dropsy of heart b ger

Shmidt Agusta 1896 single 28 Consumption

Spanke Theodore 1896 1y 6m whooping cough par Michael Matilda

spanke julia 1896 7y diphtheria

spanke Peter 1896 5yrs diphtheria

Spanke Mary 1896 4y diptheria

Spanke Julia 1896 11m diphtheria

neg 3243

Hallman Clara 1896 6y Paralysis

Glass Joseph 1896 single 77 Old Age

Hoxey Edward May 7 1896 marr 68 Cancer of Stomach b MI farmer rec 289 IN Warren Union Cemetery 11-16

Kramer Leo 1896 14m Deonning PROBAB LE DROWNING

Weagand Susan 1896 3y scalded in hot water Jacob, susan Weagand PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaltz raymund 1896 2m Inflamation of brain PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaltz Mathias Dec 1896 widower 80 suicide took poison PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Wolff anna 1896 ag bronkchitis

Boelem Enis 1896 marr 82 consumption b Switzerland

Range Mary 1896 marr 78 cancer of womb

Buzzell Julis C 1896 marr 60 consumption

neg 3244 1897

Miller Leo 1897 8y diphtheria POSSIBLE WUC

Gotterhalk John 1897 marr 64 Consumption

Saks Margaretta 1897 marr 38 Consumption

neg 3245 1898

Burg Furesa widow 72 cancer b Germany

Horn John blush Wm 1898 widower 84

Hall Clide 1898 2m coleria infantund

Karn Peter Jan 10 1898 ag42 5m marr Consumption b Germany farmer Peter/Mary Apple rec 183 IN Warren Union Cemetery 32-29

Menda Ludwig 1898 marr 55y 9 Corn of spine

neg 3246 1898

Opther Frederick March 6 1898 marr 61y 5m 16d sucide shooting self b Germ farmer BernardOpther

Enright Katherine 1898 marr 59 Heart prob

neg 3247 1898

Stager Michael 1898 wodower 84 peralysis b Baveria

Miller Peter 1898 marr 71 La Grippe POSSIBLE WUC

neg 3248 1897

Retike Ricke 1897 female marr 78 heart disease

Hartung Arthur 1897 2y Summer Complaint

Peters Antoine 1897 marr 54 Bright Disease

Beckuoyek Charles 1897 single 22 accident

Gottishalk John 1897 marr 68 Consumption

Glass Thoplial 1897 single 19 Typhoid Fever

Gander Elizabeth 1897 4y Dropsy

Krsitmeyer Mary 1897 marr 62 dropsy

Brury Elizabeth 1897 marr 68 Goip

Webti august 1897 8y diphtheria

Wolf Minnie 1897 marr 50 Consumption

Henke Emma oct 3 1897 ag 10y Scarlet Fever par Frank Wilmina

Henke Conrad ag 12y Oct 12 1897 Scarlet Fever Frank Wilmina

Henke Leonard 1897 ag 14y Oct 14 Scarlet Fever Frank Wilmina

Hartman John 1897 marr 73 Old Age

baby burial site unknown

Henke Peter 1897 ag 2m Summer Complaint

Freidthoff John 1897 marr 84 Old Age

neg 3249 1898

Desgrandchamp Henry marr 43 stroke of Lightening PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Rush John marr ag 72 Cronic Rhumanatism

Metro Frank R July 19 1898 ag 1y 10m Calera Inflamation par Jos & Agnes Giddly POSSIBLE WUC

Sarr Rudy 1898 5m 18d inflamation of stomach Chris Louisia Schultz

Beamman Henry 1898 marr 38 appendacitis

Gorobman? Charley widower ? R was found dead 78

neg 3252 1898 p 147

Relese Albert 1898 2m Cloera Inflamation

Rasch Daine 1898 5y 5m Bloody Pox Centerline MI Bertha Geisler

neg 3253 1898 soft focus

Malberg Jacob 1898 ag 89 marr c int4estine

Unknown Nov 3 1898 gunshot wound to head

Simonds William Nov 11 1898 marr 68y 7m 8d injury and drowning b Canada Physician

Cramer Joseph H 1898 marr 82 8 6 cancer of face b Germany farmer Maithias, Bronila Schudl

Hanselhckin dick? Ag36

Smith William 1898 41gun shot in head POSSIBLE WUC

neg 3255 1899

Rinke Roland 1899 1y 11m Measels par Joseph A Lizzie Gill

Loring Howard 1899 2y stick Lsyiead Ernest Loring Edith Cinnber

H N?olingham Peter J widower 77 bronkidas

Phelps Harriet 1899 widow 76 Consumption

Lafever Amelia 1899 widow 74 arte emdpcp;dos

Cole Pearl Bertha 1899 10m animnaria par John H Cole Persta Sass POSSIBLE WUC

Blackett Thomas 1899 widower 80 Old Age

neg 3257 1899 not clear

Kufna Julia 1899 marr 46 appoloxy Paul Mason Eva Brickaldia

Klein Margaret 1899 ag 88 genild debility Peter Klein

neg 3258 1899

Ziegler Cardman? 1899 marr 78 dropsey John Hollee Martina Kasofler

Berger Joanne 1899 marr 28 acute userma POSSIBLE WUC

Weingartz Anna Gertrude Jul 3 1899 marr 79 hydopanitis b Germany fa Jos Miller

Jackson Elizabeth 1899 widow 86 disentry POSSIBLE WUC

Zushtke Gerd Lum John 1y 2m thnberg brain Henry Zuhlke Alma Westphal

Englehart George 1899 single 37y 11m gast ulcer

neg 3260 1899

Tucker Amelia 1899 marr 57 cithsis

Pecas Carline 1899 17y 6m Consumption Henry Preasl Mary Gruun

neg 3261 1899

Measel Maggie marr 49 dropsey POSSIBLE WUC

Schultz Eva A 1899 5mo Ertseter Guston Schultz Mary Knapp

neg 3262 1899

Perira Casdial 1899 marr 55 Catachel dyspipsis fa Daniel Peasal mo Smist

Baier William 1899 marr 75 hernia POSSIBLE WUC

Holder John 1899 marr 75 brchal enotdman

neg 3263 1900

Casnnch Mary Jane 1900 widow 78 embolism

Speiler Margaret 1900 marr 53inflmation of stomach

neg 3264 1900

Smedt Sophia 1900 marr 77 congestin of lungs

Hobsig Agnes May 1900 5m connalmon Martin Hobirg Eliz Rittes

Minick Cyrell B 1900 1m cholera Infantam Anthony Frances Grobbel

Vanhause Marie 1900 3m cholera August Vanhause Kate Englebird

Jesip Hubert 1900 marr 63 heart failure

Cramer Magline widow 85 heart trouble

Schalce Godfred 1900 widower 86 heart trouble

Magemann Angeline 1900 male widower 85 found dead

Conrad Louis 1900 marr 64 distrophy of heart

neg 3267 1900

Ellis Daniel 1900 3y 2m Scarlet Fever George M Ellis Mary Minteu

Forester Anna 1900 marr 81 Cardica failure

Detloff Howard 1900 3m eeuton colitis Jacob Detloff Eliz Brockmiller

neg 3268 1900 p203

Range John 1900 marr 78 Dropsy

neg 3269 1901

Kange Henry 1901 widower 77 sinle Bebility

Schulte Lusie 1901 4y 3m ceptalmal John schulte Mary Rotariaris

Ruhlmann Margaret 1901 marr 57 cerebral Hemmorage

Berhns Bertha 1901marr 40 chronic heptitus

Wes Arnold neg 3270

Brann John A 1901 marr ag74 obstruction in liver

Diegel Henry 1901 marr 61 Cerebral Abcess

Englebert Barbara 1901 marr 68 Consumption

neg 3271 yr 1901

Teisen John Sr 1901 marr 72 endocarditis

Halmich Wm 1901 single 24 Consumption

neg 3272

Herzog Albert marr 1902 ag88 Dropsy

Qualmann Sophia Feb 5 1902 marr 55 8 11 diabedies b Germany Henry Fosel Margaret Gano Germany IN Warren Union Cemetery 30-53

neg 3274 1902

Keller Arnold ? 1902 ag 1y 6m bron he Pneu POSSIBLE WUC

Marker Fred 1902 marr 79 apolexy

Dagen Anna 1902 17 Pulmonitis

Schmidt John 1902 widower 81 Bright Disease POSSIBLE WUC

Vohs Frank 1902 ag 7y bronchitis heart failure

Smith Barbara 1902 widow 71 chronic hypertriphy POSSIBLE WUC

Winter Lizzie 1902 ag16 Puralent Buicastitis

Kurtmeyer George 1902 senile dibility

neg 3275 1902

Beahl 1902 single 18y 8m Pulmonary of heart

Fink Mary E 1902 marr 76 smiality cherne Bufts

Smith Catherine 1902 widowed 84 cerebral apoplexy POSSIBLE WUC

Englebert Andrew 1902 widower 65 capillary bronchitis

Morace Ferdinand 1902 ag 8m 4d Whooping cough

Bery Benjamin 1902 24 bronchitis

Hoff Fred B 1902 marr 62 degeneration Heart

Kaley Mary 1902 widow 80 asthma

Withopp Charlott 1902 marr 28 pulmonary Tuberculosis

neg 3278

Aonent Karl Gottleib 1903 78 arsalysis

Schultz August 1903 single 17y 10m RR Accident farmer August Caroline Shaffberg

Mvlicht John C 1903 widower 90 senility

Wes Arnold neg 3280 1903

Lambert Daniel 1903 3d brain congestion Daniel Elizabeth

Lleaser Edwin 1903 divorced 53 intestinal nephritis

neg 3281

Sprnke Mary 1903 marr 36 Lepsimna

neg 3282

Schmidt Christine widow 90 Old Age POSSIBLE WUC

Hasekow Wm H C 1903 marr 66 Dropsy

D?losal Gotlib 1903 widow 81 disease of heart

Otto Jacob 1903 single 73 Bright Disease

neg 3284

Justock Bernard 1903 widowed 82 liver

Desgrandchamp Jass 1y jaundice

Parzauke Joseph 1903 ag 5y 5m diphtheria

Parzauke Elizabeth 1903 2y 10m diphtheria

neg 3285 1903

Sirgre ? Fvniy 1903 marr 74 cerebral hemmorage

Roseman John 1903 marr 70 asthemia

Wes Arnold neg 3286 1904

Schartz Elizabeth 1904 ag 11y 2m diphtheria

neg 3287 1904

Kern Peter 1904 widowed 77 suicide by poison

North Fred 1904 marr 67 influnza

Otto John J 1904 marr 71 bronchitis

Moran Charley 1904 ag 4y 8m diphtheria

neg 3288 1904

Warner Mary1904 widow 88 Dropsy POSSIBLE WUC

neg 3289 and 3290 1904 RESHOOT

Hoffmayer John A 1904 widower 81 inflamation of stomach

Rampe Elizabeth 1904 ag 6m entrnatis

Bunert Aug E G Mar 18 1904 mar 71 8m 21d cause Pathaplige ??of ?head b Germany Gotleib PROBABLE CLINTON GROVE CEMETERY

Wilson William Mar 22 1904 marr 85 6 21 senile-- b Canada farmer John Wilson unk IN Warren Union Cemetery 6-24

neg 3291 1904

Schlass Joseph 1904 marr 68 Consumption

Delong Henifacha 1904 female 8y 3m measels

Delong Katherine 1904 ag 6y 5m measels

Gaff John 1904 widowed 85 Bright Disease

Henke Frank 1904 mar 68 Bright Disease

S or I ilang S or D elia 1904 single 20 membermann coupe

Schoenberg Willard 1904 ag 1m inflamation jaunice

Harn Fred 1904 divorced 65 suicide by hanging

Foidhoff Anna 1904 widow 85 car dropsey

Masch Charles 1904 mar nepbristis POSSIBLE WUC

Busch Cardia A marr 82? heart failure POSSIBLE WUC

Sinn Amelia 1904 marr 42 pulminary oclusive

Ramus Edward 15d immatism

Ramus Wiliam 1904 ag 8y 10m scarlet fever

neg 3294 1904

Herzig John 1904 single 17 TB

Grobble Sophia 1904 ag 8 diphtheria PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Otto John 1904 marr 79 Bright Disease

Stofenfield Ernst 1y 4m chola infinitis

Minde baby 21d infantitius

Brohl anna 1904 marr 63 chorea

Cramer Anna 1904 marr 64 infl heart

Heuesmer Arthur 1904 ag 14 rehumatism hitis

neg 3296 1904

Vohs Elizabeth widow 88 fermdypiferia

Schmidt Bachea 3d inflamation of heart 1904 POSSIBLE WUC

Sergar Louise 1904 marr 40 ulcer of stomach

Gottschall Caroline 1905 widow 66 pneumonia

Seigar Martin 1905 single 18 apendacitis

Proctar Elixabeth widor 75 heart disease

neg 3298 1905

Minick John 1905 marr 70

Minda baby aphisated

Ralberg Mary widowed 85 senility

Kass Louise 1908 marr 26 heart trouble

neg 3300 yr 1908

Miller William 1908 marr 90 senility Possibly in Warren Union Cemetery

Orinman Carolina ? 1908 marr 79 ?

Enright James 1906 widower 78 typhus

O?styberg Mary 1906 widow 76 ?

Miller Christine 1906 widow 87 senility POSSIBLE WUC

Elwart John 1906 single 19 ? ?

neg 3301 need reshoot 1906 record 13

Marthias charles

neg 3302 1906 start record 15

Bolms Laura Susan 1906 7m14d Enteritis

Tharckat ? John 1906 marr 42 general infection

Herzag Emma 1906 ag 14y 5m Bolils Andmaitis

Wes Arnold's negative 3303 p 305 1906

Baikslay Henry 1906 mar 69 Enteritis cataraka

Bailoly Lizzie 1906 marr 24 burned to death

Malnert Gustave 1906 marr 61 inflamation of bowles

neg 3304 1906

Rickenbusch James Edward 1906 ag1y 8m infection POSSIBLE WUC

Baker Robin 1906 ag 4m 4d colera infantum

Miller Mathias 1906 marr 70 carimona POSSIBLE WUC

Neg 3305 1906

Nedalius baby 1906 3m 3d cholera infantum par Joseph

Richa Anna 1906 widow 80 dysentary

S?math ? PorathWilliam 1906 marr 84 senility

neg 3306 1906

Tharret Robert Sep 3 1906 marr 69 8 3 cause ?cranatatic Insufficiency b MI farmer John/Maria IN Warren Union Cemetery 8-3

Pengr Clara 1906 single 14y 8m gunshot in neck

? 3m female sleo calitis

Grschash Erstine 1906 marr 70 nighriatis

Curew ? Mary 6y 8m intestinal inflamation

Scharf Marmim 1906 10m dysentery

S or G ahart Joseph 1906 marr 29 ? Typhoid Fever

M or W or L arch Wilamina 1906 widow 70 heart failure

Stanley Elizah 1906 marr 74 chronic nenlitis

neg 3309 1906 retake

C ? uning William 1906 marr 72 betarah of stomach

S ?piyer lizabeth 1906 marr 69 simiplegia

S? elander Anna 1906 marr 74 neglritia

Frishaff Daimaert ? D 1906 single 10 plursy

P ?adaline August 1906 single 7d Whooping cough

neg 3310 1906

Hartsing Karl 1906 marr 50 La Grippe POSSIBLE WUC

Kaltz Anna M 1906 widow 69 heart failure

Miclike Amanda 1906 single 17 supperstine oritic

Wes Arnold neg 3312 1807 fuzzy

Wolf Mary 1807 widow 78 heart trouble

Groesbeck Trssey ? Jenny widow 92 sinility

Qualmann? Wm 1907 marr 72 heart rerigitation POSSIBLE WUC

Distl? Margaret 1907 widow 79 ?

Di ? Mary 1907 marr 44 ? diarraha

Henelke? Mannie? 1907 widow 67 bright disease

Bachul Charles 1907 widower 76 austyus

Spanke Albina? 1907 1m 3d abces of bowel

Hunt? Cilia 1907 marr 71 heart prob

Miller Margaret 1907 widow 72 apoplexey

Measel George elmer? 1907 1y 1m 22d entenitie

Millar Raymond 1907 1y 11m Spaane

Jackson Mary 1907 10m 22d cause ? POSSIBLE WUC

Hasly? Edina 1907 3y entritis

Hartnen ? Wido1907 w 86 hemmorage refused to take medicine

B?arthiers ? George 1907 single 16 diphtheria

Tese ? ? 1907 widower 94 senility

Halsey Mary 1907 widow 71 heart POSSIBLE WUC

baby 6m etra galitie

? ? 1907 marr ag 61 heart disease

Seblef ? Peter 1907 marr 79 cerebral hemmorage

G?ender Christian 1907 marr 80 senile aaralyris

neg 3314 1907-1908

Grobemenn Agusta 1907 marr 65 bronchitis

Hartzig William 1908 marr 77 cerebral hemmorage POSSIBLE WUC

Grabman ? Charles 1908 widower 68 suicide

Spens Viola 1908 2y 1m 20d valuoulua

Hurth Minnie 1908 marr 60 heart failure

Berger Anthony P 1908 1m 22d cropus pnem

McClelland James E 1908 marr 37 murder by

Deieslin? Hernian 1908 widower 43 Pula tube

Sacks Martin Jr 1908 single 18 accidental

Wieg Wilhemina 1908 marr 75 clemie C POSSIBLE WUC

Kuss John 1908 marr 78 satistimal

Ramual Rachael 1908 widow 79 heart

Schild Charles 1908 marr 71 chronic heart POSSIBLE WUC

Kaiser Charlotte 1908 marr 75 valnula

Nadalin Leo 1908 8m 11d ?

Boramb Richard 1908 widower 42 ?

Wasmond Elmer J 1908 2m 20d ?

Gattrckalke Otto 1908 single 27 ?

Lefence Charles Philip 1909 ag 1y 11m

Bathke Raymond Adolph 1909 16y 10m ?

Stinmatz Johana 1909 marr 80 ? see 3315 for causes

neg 3316 1909

Hund Lena 1909 widow 81 nephatitis

Tuginsky Wenslow 1909 single 10d connuulaina

Lefevre Rose 1909 marr 46 uterine hemmorage

Densawtl ? Arthur 1909 9m 30d ?

Milys ? Rmil 1909 single 21 autmonarz

Hartsig Chatherine Jul 23 1909 widow 66 7 17 Bright Disease b Germany George Busch b Germany mo Unk IN Warren Union Cemetery 21-31

? Viola 8m

? Dencitar? Frank single 23 inflamation of bowel

Parth Henritta 1909 widow 81 diarah Old Age

? female single 17 Typhoid Fever

Nidiel S?rales 1909 marr 46? ?

Girkins ? Barbara ? 1909 Widow 84

Wiegand Gella Christine 1909 8y 10d

Jeak Charles ? 1909 marr 68

Cramer ? Jack? 1909 marr 78

Clmnkers? ? 1909 marr 65

Smith ? Packial 1909 POSSIBLE WUC

C?isker Edward? 2Y 1909autmonarz

Cihst Christine 1909 widow 74

? ? 1909 24 male

neg 3318 fuzzy 1910

?Parau?er Henry 1910 single 19y 10m 5d

Barta ? Lawrence Frank? 1910 8d

H?artwell James 1910 widow 76 about

Marsh Nalene 1910 marr 34

P?ermarar Rickey? Married 71 1910

Garing Bessie Augusta 4m 29d 1910

Van Lao Inine 21d 1910

Miller Jacob married 71 1910 POSSIBLE WUC

Beierman Mary male yes married 78 1910

Otto Hearl 2m 22d 1910

S?chlaf Mary widow 64 1910

Nagan Mary marr 64 1910

Neusner William marr 72 1910

Rinke Leo 2y 4m 1910

Altermatt Josephine marr 70 1910

Scheryz ? Helga 5m 5d 1910

Rumph Franke marr 44 1910

Zander Sarline widow 80 1910

Peters Rose 2m 25d 1910

Paeason Ina single male 73 1910

Kaltz Andrew widower 82 1910

neg 3320 1910

Mary mary Ellen (yes correct) 22 single 1910

Geisler C ? arlara widow 84 1910

Ma?sasala Gibart male 2y 6m 1910

Beadt Bertha marr 32 1910

Hearnn Amanda Tisher marr 32 1910

Hill Frederick marr 49 1910

Weingartz Sof?iare baby 1910 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Giff Anna widow 98 1911 POSSIBLE WUC

Tuzinski John 1y 7m 1911

Hallmeyer Uaulin females 59 1911

Buechel Jeanette single 7y 7m 1911

Kutchey Joseph marr 72 1911 POSSIBLE WUC

Gettiechart William widow 72 1911

Runnfa ? Alexander male 9y 1911

Grobbel John marr 43 1911

Bickman John marr 90 1911

Stolzenfeld Dora 1m 1911

Springer Josephine widow 85 1911

Prieks Mita female 7y 1m 1911

Bickman Fredericke widow 80 1911

Gosing Paeisne Augusta 4m 29d 1911

Grobbel Viola ? 10Y 1m 1911 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Nummer Conrad widower 79 1911

Miller Anthony S 1y 1m 1911 POSSIBLE WUC

Wes Arnold negative 3322 1911

Miller Andrew E 1y 1m 1911 POSSIBLE WUC

Ehens ? Paudha female marr 28 1911

Peters Conrad 2m 23d 1911

Mills Henry single 63 1911

Zimmerman Martina ? Widow 66 1911

Schulte Elizabeth widow 83 1911

Dachow ? Lawrence 1y 10m 1911

Buckolz ? Ray 7y 10m 1911

Brickaly Ernin 5y 1m 1911

Scheffler Anna 69 1911

P or Razanke Wangeloue marr 75

Martz Charles marr 42 1911 POSSIBLE WUC

Newell Richard marr 60 1912

Radoff baby 1912

Radoff baby 1912

Kutchey Maglan 4m 7d 1912 POSSIBLE WUC

Martion Clifton 5y 3m 1912

Cramer Tillie 24d 1912

Mesel Leona 6m 23d 1912

Patulski Steve 19 1912

Engle Henry C marr 64 1912

Hinkey William marr 25 1912

Rullman Charles marr 59 1912

Wes Arnold negative 3324 1912

Lorenz Ernest Sr Mar 22 1912 widower 79 3 25 Heart problem IN Warren Union Cemetery 37-43

Weins Rosa marr 57 1912

Otirler Cristina widow 89 1912

Jenuine Elizabeth marr 57 1912

Hall or Chall Ella Anna 5y 7m 1912

Donezalski Mary marr 31 1912

Kereyton Julius single 42 1912

Priehs Lauisa marr 32 1912 June 29

Priehs baby same date as above June 29 1912

Dachow Norma 13y 1912

Raeder August marr 47 1912

Dama Reno Van marr 51 1912

Hartung Augusta widow 88 1913

Vasks Herald G baby 1913

Wintelman Walter George 2m 1913

Schoenherr Mary 10m 1913 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Beyer Mary widow 82 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Wiegand Mary marr 44 1913 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Jacob Elna C 1m 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Smith Rose baby 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Miller Anna widow 47 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Smith Genevauve 11y 4m 1913

Smith Ida 6y 3m 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Wes Arnold neg 3325 year 1913

Roseman Wilhelmina widow 79 1913

Minde Casroline 4m 9d 1913

Bendt Johana widow 78 1913

Prazowska Edna 1y 5m 1913

Jackson William 1y 2m 1913 POSSIBLE WUC

Braum Mary Barbara widow 84 1913

Grobbel Francis 21 single 1913 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Buechel Joseph J marr 73 1913 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Nass John widower 79 1913

Schnell Charlotte widow 81 1913

Wolff Charles widower 69 1913

Wirgan Maria marr 58 1913

Sculte James John baby 1914

Otto Lucy widow 82 1914

Maran Victor widower 60 1914

Daniel Henry widow 84 1914

Kaltz Gertrude marr 66 1914 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Schultz George E 20 1914

Lorenz Walter 5m 25d 1914 POSSIBLE WUC

Bolam Ellen marr 61 1914

Caplan Samual marr 66 1914

Qualmann Charles marr 69 1914 POSSIBLE WUC

Wes Arnold negative 3326 yr 1914

Groth George marr 63 1914

Metter Edward J baby 1914

Weins Joseph J baby 1914

Peters Ssylvester T or J 11m 1914

Bousson Leona 4m 1914

Masch Clarence 2y 8m 1914 POSSIBLE WUC

Beste Elizabeth marr 76 1914

?S or D mitz John marr 70 1914

Kaltz George marr 58 1914 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Brgorwska russell 4m 1914

Oelmke Frederick marr 42 Non 17 1914

Rumka Joseph 26 single 1914

Zrinrisic Frank 11d 1914

Koehler Catherine widow 79 1915

Preim Leslie Arthur 8y 10m 1915

Elward Frances marr 64 1915

Sucsat Alzon 1y 1915

Masch Walter 1y 6m 1915 POSSIBLE WUC

Schmidt stillborn 1915

Ryan Mary widow 69 1915

Brenker Sofie 1y 2m 1915

Heassner Amelia marr 46 1915

Rader Fredereck widow 69 1915

Fleishaus Angeline married 21 1915

Roetmann Henry marr 76? 1915

S ?A team William marr 61 1915

Robinett Elizabeth marr 59 1915 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Kaiser Christina male widower 86 1915 POSSIBLE WUC

Rinke Mary marr 70 1916

Gimble Alvin 4d 1916

Cramer Daniel marr 60 1916

Wiegand Mary single 14y 5m 25d Mar 15 1916

Kutchey Frank widower 83 1916 POSSIBLE WUC

Hoock Frederick 6m 1916

Wolfe Hubert J 1y 1m 1916

Kutchey Michael marr 74 1916 POSSIBLE WUC

Ulrich Herbert 9m 11d 1916

Irwin Homer single about 35 1916

Kott Matilda single 24 1916

Wes Arnold negative 3328

Krings Gertrude marr 55 1916

Rickabus Pauline marr 31 1916 POSSIBLE WUC

S or A heeler John widow 77 1916

Desgrandchamp Lucelle 6m 12d 1916

Schlaf Joseph P marr 41 1916

Kaltz Mary marr 72 1916 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Bohm Edward 9y 7m 1916

Bohm Peter 6y 11m 1916

Smith Rose marr 44 1916 POSSIBLE WUC

Rinke Magdalena widow 69 1917

Rozanka Anna widow 71 1917

Busch John widower 75 1917 POSSIBLE WUC

Smith baby 0d 1917 POSSIBLE WUC

Grobbel Elizabeth widow 87 1917 PROBABLE ST CLEMENTS

Brawn Leonard marr 43 1917

Brohl Joseph widower 73 1917

Berger Barbara widow 78 1917 POSSIBLE WUC

Ohnke Elizabeth marr 55 1917

Witt Herman Albert 10y 2m 1917

Additional info on three Warren area boys who were killed in France in WWI and buried there. We veterans think they should at least have their name on a granite memorial which they did. That was one of the ones robbed out by the grave robber gang. We think these Warren boys should be honored.

Blondeel, Kamiel Son of Charles and Elodie Blondeel, of Warren, was born in Belgium, April 21 1898. He entered the service at Camp Custer November 2, 1917. Killed in action in France, October 17, 1918, while serving with Company H, Seventh U.S. Infantry. Buried in Plot G, Row 25, Grave 18, Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France.

Gietzen, William Ferdinand Son of Nicholas Gietzen of Warren, was born February 23, 1896. Served with the 128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division. Died August 29, 1918. Buried in Plot D, Row 40, Grave 18, Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France.

Grimms, Edward W born Sept 16, 1890 Died Jan 25, 1919. Died in Service. This stone is in Warren Union Cemetery This soldier may have been forgotten in the rolls but is remembered here. It appears he is buried here as his family put up a marker. But no one knows if there is a body under it.

Jannus, Roger W. Was born December 25, 1886, and enlisted in the service April 1917. He was transferred to the air service, and was killed at Issoudun, France, September 4, 1918.

There were certain families who lived in the area of this local cemetery many of which attended the local churches in the immediate area. The few that were catholic were usually buried at St Clement. But the rest who were Baptist, Methodist, Attended St Paul or were non church goers were most likely to be buried in Warren Union Cemetery. The reason was it was close and the churches were here and it was the custom. When this cemetery started to get filled up, then people sought graves elsewhere. But that was sometime probably near the end of the 1930s. Here below are the family names of very local families who for the most part lived nearby with the high probability of having babies, children (more children died than adults) and adult family members buried in Warren Union Cemetery without markers.

This is a tentative list as I am working on this study part time. Bold indicates a person with that family name buried in Warren Union Cemetery. Remember many of these early families did not place an engraved marker. Many of these has stillborns infants and children die and did not place a marker on their grave. It is likely that many of these families have at least a child buried in Warren Union Cemetery.