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Re: Wingler-Wilson Cemetery
Posted by: Bermetta Burge (ID *****1317) Date: May 21, 2009 at 03:59:32
In Reply to: Wingler-Wilson Cemetery by Leon barton of 514

I have a copy of the Pierce Twp Cemetery book
There is a Wingler-Wilson Cemetery called that because it was on the old Wingler farm. Later it was called the Cauble Cemetery because it was owned by Sam Cauble but there is not a cauble buried there. There is an entry for Richard and Elizabeth but only birth dates. I don't know if they were actually buried there or not. Here is what is in the cemetery book:
Wilson, Asiam b. d.
Wilson, John b. 15 July 1854
Wilson, Mary E b. 18 Aug 1865 d. 18 Dec 1907
Wilson, Volney W b. 1 Jan 1895 d. 15 Nov 1964
Ind Pvt Arty 27 Fld Arty World War I
Wilson, Dessy b. 1816 d. 1968
Wilson, Richard b. 1798 d.
Wilson, Elizabeth b. 1801 d wife of Richard

These graves are by two of the Ratts relatives:
Wingler, William H b 16 Dec 1851 d. d 25 Dec 1876 son of
Flemen & Catherine Ratts Wingler married Adaline Spaulding
Wingler, Mary Pricilla b. 9 Jan 1847 d. 9 April 1911 dau of Jacob and Sarah Ratts Knoy wife of Robert
Wingler, Catherine b. 16 March 1831 d. 6 Jab 1904 dau of Godfrey Ratts wife of F Wingler

If I can help anymore let me know


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