Crum-Wills Cemetery, South Palmyra Township - Macoupin County I
Toni Linn writes:
"I believe my 2nd great grandfather, Patrick Henry Linn, is buried in Crum-Wills. Margaret CRUM Linn was his daughter-in-law. Patrick Linn died between 1864 and 1866 and for various reasons, I believe he is buried in the Crum-Wills Cemetery (he was a veteran of the Civil War)."
The cemetery is in deplorable condition.
Jim Dugger writes
"From Palmyra, drive west on Palmyra Road, until reaching Four Corner Road, turning ( left ) and going south for about one half (approximately) mile, upon re aching, " 29437 Four Corner Road " (a mail box). Then walk to the north up " Four Corner Road " for about 90 steps and then turn to the ' East ' going thru a small draw with a small creek to the top (lots of brush) of the hill. You will be in (about 50 yards), the confinds of the Crum-Wills Cemetery."
|Name||Birth||Death||Other or Notes||Veteran?||Donated By||Obit?|
|Galloway, John||31 Jul 1903||JD|
|Galloway, Mary E. (Cosell)||15 Feb 1908||(w/o John)||JD|
|Linn, Margaret Crum
||29 Apr 1843
||9 Nov 1866
||age 23yrs 7ms 20das
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