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BLUE POINT CEMETERY

SURNAME; GIVEN NAME; HUSBAND / PARENTS; MAIDEN NAME; DATES

ALLEN, JAMES; son of A. & K.; 1907 - 1907

ALLEN, RICHARD; son of A. & K.; 1912 - 1912

ALTMAN, SARAH; dau. of A. & E.; 1855 - 1857

ALTMAN, ANDREW JOHNSON; son of A. & E.; 1861 - 1862

BARRON, MARY, Mrs. Robert; 1820 - 1891

BARRON, ARTHUR H.; 1853 - 1934

BARRON, MEDORA J., Mrs. Arthur H.; (AUBURN); 1857 - 1918

BARRON, CHARLIE H.; son of A. & H.; 1882 - 1931

BARRON, LEROY; son of A. & H.; 1891 - 1891

BARRON, EDDIE; son of A. & H.; 1892 - 1893

BARRON, JOHN H.; 1846 - 1922

BARRON, ELIZABETH C., Mrs. John; (TURNBULL); 1851 - 1935

BARRON, FRANK H.; son of J.H. & E.C.; 1892 - 1892

BARRON, ARTHUR W.; 1874 - 1904

BARRON, DORA O., Mrs. Arthur W.; (CLINGMAN ?); 1877 - 1940

BARRON, WILLIAM ARTHUR; son of A.W. & D.O.; 1905 - 1925

BEADLING, BENJAMIN; (U.S. Vol. Flag Holder); 1823 - 1909

NOTES:

Tribune, July 1,1891 Richland, June 30,1891. Benjamin Beadling received a pension of $12.00 a month the other day under the new law.

Tribune, Wed. July 14,1909 Packwood, July 12,1909. Mr. Beadling, an old man about 85 years, died very suddenly at his home east of this place. The day before his death he was in town, and on the same day he died he had eaten dinner as usual, and in a short time fell dead. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at the residence. The remains were taken to the Blue Point Cemetery and laid by the side of his wife, who passed away several years ago.

BEADLING, JANE, Mrs. Benjamin; (BOAG); 1818 - 1891

NOTES:

Fairfield Tribune, June 10,1891 Richland, June 7,1891. Mrs. Benjamin Beadling died last Friday of a paralytic stroke, and was buried Sunday in the Blue Point Cemetery. She was 72 years old.

BENNETT, WILLIAM L.; 1836 - 1887

BENNETT, MARGARET, Mrs. William L.; (BEDLING); 1840 - 1891

BENNETT, MARY J.; 1858 - 1919

BENNETT, JOHN B.; 1861 - 1937

BENNETT, MARGARET E., Mrs. John; (WOLFE); 1866 - 1930

BENNETT, MIDA FAY; dau. of J.B. & M.E.; 1890 - 1895

BENNETT, BENARD; son of R.H. & I.G.; 1912 - 1912

BOAG, JOHN; 1791 - 1854

BOAG, MARGARET, Mrs. John; (WESTGARTH); 1789 - 1865

NOTES:

John & Margaret Westgarth BOAG were married April 10, 1816 at Chester le Street, County Durham, England.

CHILDREN:

Mary Boag LOCK

Jane Boag BEADLING

BOTTORFF, MORRISON F.; 1815 - 1906

BOTTORFF, MARY E., Mrs. Morrison #1; (KINCAID); 1819 - 1874

BOTTORFF, MARY A., Mrs. Morrison #2; (Mrs. LEWMAN); ? - ?

BOTTORFF, FELIX; 1840 - 1904

BOTTORFF, MARY JANE, Mrs. Felix; (TURNBULL); 1840 - 1912

BOTTORFF, WILSON K.; 1843 - 1921

BOTTORFF, BELINDA, Mrs. Wilson; (GANTZ); 1843 - 1920

BOTTORFF, MINNIE BELLE; dau. of W. & B.; 1876 - 1900

BOTTORFF, CHARLES HARVEY; son of W. & B.; 1883 - 1900

CAMPBELL, MARY; dau. of W.C. & M.; 1841 - 1841

CAMPBELL, RUBEN; son of W.C. & M.; 1837 - 1851

CAMPBELL, JOHN; son of W.C. & M.; 1839 - 1855

CARPENTER, JOHN; 1804 - ?

CARPENTER, ELIZABETH, Mrs. John; (POINTER); 1805 - 1848

CARPENTER, NANCY J.; dau. of J. & E.; 1841 - 1853

CONSEL, CYNTHA A., Mrs. P.; (SPENCER); 1826 - 1847

CONSEL, JAMES; son of P. & C.A.; 1841 - 1842

COOPER, HUGH A.; 1821 - 1856

COOPER, NANCY E.; dau. of H. A. & ?; 1853 - 1856

DENNIS, ETHEL; 1902 - 1963

DYSART, ELSIE; 1890 - 1968

EASTMAN, JAMES FRANKLIN; son of D.J. & R.J.; 1977 - 1977

EMRY, LLOYD; son of E. & H.; 1906 - 1906

ESTES, REBECCA E.; 1850 - 1884

EVANS, NANCY A.; dau. of W.H. & E.; 1852 - 1854

EVANS, OLIVE; dau. of W.H. & E.; 1870 1909

FAIRCHILD, FERN LOUISA; twin dau. of B. & M.; 1898 - 1899

FAIRCHILD, FOSTER LAUIRA; twin son of B. & M.; 1898 - 1899

FAIRCHILD, BENJAMAN E.; 1865 - 1943

FAIRCHILD, MARGRETE CORDELIA, Mrs. Benj E. #1; (SANCHES); 1865 - 1910

FAIRCHILD, EVA R., Mrs. Benj E. #2; 1869 - 1946

FLINT, JOHN; son of T. & A.; 1826 - 1856

FLINT, OLIVER; 1834 - 1858

GARDNER, FRANCIS; 1819 - 1887

GARDNER, ESTHER, Mrs. Francis; 1823 - 1894

GARDNER, MARY J., Mrs. William; (ROSS); 1846 - 1900

GARDNER, HESTER; dau. of Wm. & M.J.; 1877 - 1898

GARDNER, JOHN G.; son of C.B. & E.; 1886 - 1886

GARDNER, JAMES; son of C.B. & E.; 1888 - 1889

GARDNER, ANNA MAY, Mrs. James; 1871 - 1888

HADDICK, BENNIE E.; 1886 - 1890

HARDEN, REV. HENRY; 1803 - 1892

HARDEN, CATHERINE, Mrs. Henry; 1805 - 1890

HARDEN, STEPHEN; son of H. & C.; 1829 - 1842

HARDEN, INFANT (H.H.?); son of H. & C.; 1844 - 1844

HARDEN, GEORGE N.; son of H. & C.; 1841 - 1848

HARDEN, CALVIN; son of H. & C.; ? - 1848

HARDEN, MARY ANN; dau. of H. & C.; 184? - 184?

HARDEN, CAROLINE A.; dau. of H. & C.; 1854 - 1855

HERMAN, REUBEN; 1841 - 1921

HERMAN, MARY A., Mrs. Reuben; (SNYDER); 1846 - 1920

HERMAN, HARVEY W.; 1883 - 1929

HERMAN, ETHEL, Mrs. Harvey W.; (remarried Mr. Dennis); 1902 - 1963

HERMAN, GEORGE; son of H. & E.; 1920 - ?

HERMAN, JAMES; son of H. & E.; 1926 - 1926

HERMAN, BERT; 1888 - 1978

HERMAN, GRACE A., Mrs. Bert; 1889 - 1969

HINTZ, MICHAEL FREDRICK; 1818 - 1891

HINTZ, MARY BARBARA, Mrs. Michael; (ZEIGLER); 1829 - 1909

HINTZ, EDWIN H.; son of M.F. & M.B.; 1862 - 1891

HUBBARD, LEAH B.; dau. of Perry; 1893 - 1893

HUDSON, DEWEY R.; 1906 - ?

HUDSON, MARY EVA, Mrs. Dewey R.; (BARRON); 1892 - 1966

JOHNSON, ANDREW F.; 1813 - 1885

JOHNSON, CAROLINA B., Mrs. Andrew F.; 1816 - 1885

JOHNSON, ARTHUR; son of Agustavus & C.; 1887 - 1888

LEWIS, SARAH H., Mrs. William; 1857 - 1883

LEWMAN, JAMES; 177? - 182?

LEWMAN, LEAH R., Mrs. James; (WORKMAN); 1773 - 1877; age 104

LEWMAN, WILLIAM; 1810 - 1898

LEWMAN, ELIZABETH, Mrs. Wm; (OSBORNE); 1815 - 1891

LEWMAN, JAMES; 1839 - 1910

LEWMAN, LYDIA, Mrs. James; (NORDYKE); 1830 - ?

LEWMAN, BERTHA; dau. of J. & L.A.; 1875 - 1903

LEWMAN, SAMUEL; son of J. & L.A.; 1862 - 1882

LEWMAN, GERTIE E.; dau. of J. & L.A.; 1872 - 1873

LEWMAN, GEORGE A.; 1872 - 1873

LOCK, WILLIAM; 1823 - 1901

LOCK, MARY, Mrs. Wm; (BOAG); 1817 - 1914

NOTES;

William & Mary Boag LOCK were married July 22, 1843 in Haswell, England.

Ledger, September 4, 1901 Packwood. Another familiar face will be seen no more, another pioneer has gone to his eternal rest. William LOCK, by birth an Englishman, but for over fifty years a citizen of the United States, died after a long illness from heart trouble August 28, 1901. Funeral services at the home where he had lived more than fifty years. The remains of the good old man were laid to rest in the Blue Point Cemetery.

Brighten Enterprise, Sat. Nov.7, 1914 Richland. Mary Boag LOCK was born at Orpeth, County Durham, England; March 23, 1817, and died at her home near Packwood, Iowa, October 28, 1914 aged 97 yrs., 7 mo. & 5 days.

LOCK, MARY HESTER; 1853 - 1941

NOTES;

Mary Hester Lock, had two children (Bessie LOCK & Frank LOCK) and was never married. She made her home with her parents, William & Mary Boag Lock.

LOCK, EDNA BESSIE; dau. of Mary H.; 1876 - 1964

NOTES:

Ledger, October 30, 1964 Richland. Edna "Bessie" LOCK, 88, lifetime resident of the Packwood/Richland, Iowa area died at the Helen Hadley home. Services were Sunday 2p.m. at the Packwood Methodist Church by Gould Funeral Home of Richland, Iowa. Burial in Blue Point Cemetery. Miss Lock suffered a broken hip in a fall last April. She had been blind for many years, maintaining her own home since the death of her mother, Mary Hester Lock. She was the oldest member of the Packwood Methodist Church, attending the Woolson Friends Church in later years. She was a member of the WCTU and the Clover Leaf Club. Survivors include one brother, Frank LOCK; a nephew, Wilfred LOCK, and a neice, Mrs. Wayne Parsons.

LOCK, MARGARET J., Mrs John B.; (PATTERSON); 1845 - 1871

LOCK, MARY E.; dau. of J.B. & M.J.; 1867 - 1869

LOCK, EUPHEMIA A., Mrs. Benjamin B.; (PATTERSON); 1853 - 1873

NOTES;

Sisters, Margaret Jean Patterson LOCK & Euphemia Ann Patterson LOCK (daughters of Adam & Margaret Tinkler Patterson) married brothers, John Boague LOCK & Benjamin Beadling LOCK (sons of William & Mary Boag LOCK).

John B. LOCK is buried along side his second wife, Ysette Blakely, in Taylor County, Iowa at the Gravity Cemetery. Benjamin B. LOCK is buried along side his second wife, Sarah Jane Street, in N.D.

LONGERBONE, UNA LESTER; ( he remarried unknown)

LONGERBONE, RACHAEL E., Mrs. Una L.; (GARDNER); 1879 - 1901

LONGERBONE, WILLIAM C.; son of U.L. & R.E.; 1900 - 1902

LONGERBONE, EARL L.; son of U.L. & R.E.; 1901 - 1901

LONGERBONE, HESTER H.; dau. of U.L. & R.E.; 1898 - 1909

LYON, FREDERICK F.; 1816 - 1897

LYON, RACHAEL, Mrs. F.F.; (HARRIS); 1825 - 1898

LYON, PEARL; dau. of N.B. & E.; 1895 - 1895

LYON, ORVILLE GILTNER; son of D.N. & F.; 1895 - 1895

McCLINTIC, WILLIAM E.; 1842 - 1896

McCLINTIC, CLARA, Mrs. Wm. E.; (LYON); 1849 - 1936

McCLINTIC, ALEXANDER W.; 1846 - 1897

McCLINTIC, SUSAN ISABELL, Mrs. Alex.; (LYON); remarried Jesse Widger

McCLINTIC, MARGARET N.; dau. of A.W. & S.I.; 1889 - 1891

McCLINTIC, CAM W.; son of A.W. & S.I.; 1888 - 1889

MILLER, JOHN A.; 1816 - 1844

MOORE, NANCY; 1801 - 1874

MORGAN, NANCY, Mrs. E.; ? - ?

MORGAN, JOHN; son of E. & N.; 1854 - 1855

MORGAN, HARRIS; son of E. & N.; 1856 - 1857

MORGAN, SAMUEL; son of E. & N.; 1848 - 1866

MYERS, DAVID; 1816 - 1877

MYERS, RHODA, Mrs. David; 1820 - 1873

MYERS, NANCY ANN; dau. of D. & R.; 1844 - 1848

MYERS, GIBSON A.; son of D. & R.; 1855 - 1855

NEFF, EVA FLORENCE, Mrs. Ralph; (POWERS); 1827 - 1910

NELSON, CHARLES C.; 1843 - 1886

NELSON, CHARLES W.; 1869 - 1895

OSBORN, JAMES; 1790 - 1879

OSBORN, NANCY A., Mrs. James; (RUGGLES); 1790 - 1879

NOTES;

Fulton's 1912 History Of Jefferson County (RUGGLES Sketch) James Osborn came to America when very young, his father having drowned on the way across the water. James Osborn was apprenticed to a Kentucky hat maker and learned the hatter's trade, but in 1841 came to Jefferson County, Iowa, and located in Black Hawl township, where he took up agriculture and resided until his death on Feb. 17, 1879. Mrs. Osborn (Nancy RUGGLES) was a native of Kentucky and died at the home of her son-in-law, Isaac Webb, in Polk township. Martha Ann Osborn, daughter of James & Nancy, married, first, in Jefferson County, Solomon Bowman of Keokuk County, had one son, J. S. Bowman....she married, second, Dec. 31, 1857, John C. RUGGLES.

POINTER, HENRY C.; son of S.H. & E.; 1847 - 1847

POINTER, MARY J.; dau. of S.H. & E.; 1834 - 1848

POINTER, JOHN; son of S.H. & E.; 1851 - 1852

REYNOLDS, JAMES M.; 1825 - 1900

REYNOLDS, AMANDA, Mrs. James M.; (POWERS); 1827 - 1910

REYNOLDS, VERNE M.; dau. of C.E. & E.J.; 1882 - 1890

REYNOLDS, WINONA P.; dau. of C.E. & E.J.; 1885 - 1891

RUGGLES, JESS; son of John C. & Martha Osborn Ruggles; 1807 - 1848

RUGGLES, AMANDA MELVINA, Mrs. Jess; (LMBERT); 1809 - 1853

RUGGLES, AMANDA; dau. of J. & M.; 1846 - 1846

RUGGLES, INFANT; dau. of J. & M.; 1848 - 1848

NOTES;

Fulton's 1912 History Of Jefferson County Seventy years have passed since John Calvin RUGGLES, a well known agriculturist of Sec. 3, Polk township, first came to Jefferson County, Iowa. At that time the Indians were far more numerous thant the white settlers and Mr. RUGGLES remembers the time when he played with the children of the Black Hawk tribe, who were living in nearby villages. He was born in Miami County, Ohio, on March 21, 1832, son of Jesse and Lavine Whetstone RUGGLES. The father was born in Kentucky in 1806, of English descent on the paternal side and of German lineage on his mother's side, and went to Ohio about 1830, where he located in Miami County. In 1834, when John Calvin RUGGLES was two years of age, his parents left Ohio for the middle west, stopping in Illinois for one year and then locating in Lee County, Iowa where they rented a farm for three years, before settling permanently in 1839 at Blue Point, in Black Hawk township, Jefferson County, Here he entered considerable land, which he cultivated until the time of his death in 1848, and his widow made this her home until she passed away in 1851...(see Packwood Cemetery records for John C. RUGGLES).

SANCHEZ TERESO, NICHOLAS; 1866 - 1939

SANCHEZ TERESO, SADIE C., Mrs. Nicholas; (HERMAN); 1872 - 1895

SHAFER, LYDIA A.; 1847 - 1880

SHY, CHARLES; 1808 - 1881

SHY, JACOBINA, Mrs. Charles; (SNIDER); 1813 - 1875

SHY, JOHN; 1855 - 1926

SHY, ELIZABETH, Mrs. John; (ALTMAN); 1857 - 1940

SHY, ANDREW; son of J. & E.; 1879 - 1882

SHY, INFANT; dau. of J. & E.; 1901 - 1901

SHY, HENRY; 1851 - 1940

SHY, SARAH CATHERINE, Mrs. Henry; (TURNBULL); 1854 - 1934

SHY, ANNIE, dau. of H. & S.; 1876 - 1878

SHY, WILLIAM CHARLES; son of H. & S.; 1878 - 1968

SHY, VICK; son of H. & S.; 1880 - 1914

SHY, IRIS BELLE; dau of H. & S.; 1882 - 1883

SHY, CORA E.; dau. of V.H. & E.; 1914 - 1915

SHY, HARRY; 1887 - 1974

SHY, GERTRUDE, Mrs. Harry #1; (SPURGEON); 188? - 1926

SHY, EDNA, Mrs. Harry #2; (FRITCHEN); 1909 - ?

SMITH, LEO E.; 1889 - 1960

SMITH, W. EMORY; 1849 - 1920

SMITH, RACHAEL M., Mrs. W. Emory; 1854 - 1930

SNIDER, JOHN; 1788 - 1852

SNIDER, PHOEBE, Mrs. John; (BRODENSTINE); 1792 - 1881

SNIDER, GEORGE; 1821 - 1906

SNIDER, MARY ANN, Mrs. George #1; (KISTLER); 1824 - 1881

SNIDER, LOVINA, Mrs. George #2; (JOHNSON); 1856 - ?

SNIDER, HANNAH E.; dau. of G. & M.A.; 1861 - 1863

SNIDER, WILLIAM A.; 1867 - 1904

SNIDER, NORA, Mrs. William; (KISTLER); 1869 - ?

SNIDER, CHARLES; 1858 - 1932

SNIDER, DELLA, Mrs. Charles; (BOWMAN); divorced

SNIDER, GEORGE W.Jr.; 1872 - 1948

SNIDER, ISA, Mrs. George W. Jr.; (TRACY); divorced

SNIDER, ALICE PEARL; dau. of G.W. & W.P.; 1927 - 1927

SNIDER, MARY ANN; dau. of J. & M.A.; 1853 - 1856

SPARKS, FRANCES E.; dau. of R. & M.; 1852 - 1852

SPENCER, MARY A.; dau. of G.H. & D.; 1859 - 1859

SPENCER, MARY J.; dau. of G. & C.; 1829 - 1947

SPURGEON, MABEL, Mrs. Wood; (WIGGINS); 1866 - 1901

STEPHENSON, MATILDA, Mrs. J.L.; (OSBURN); 1836 - 1869

STEPHENSON, ATHER L.; son of J.L. & M.; 1869 - 1869

STOREY, MINNIE, Mrs.T.; (LEWMAN); 1869 - 1901

STOREY, GLADYS; dau. of T. & M.; 1901 - 1901

TALLEY, ALBERT; 1852 - 1944

TALLEY, CAROLINE, Mrs. Albert; 1852 - 1940

TALLEY, MAY; dau. of A. & S.C.; 1874 - 1875

TALLEY, EVA; dau of A. & S.C.; 1883 - 1896

TALLEY, WILLIAM SYPERT; 1873 - 1927

THOMAS, EDWARD; 1848 - 1864

THOMAS, AMZI; 1857 - 1858

TURNBULL, WILLIAM; 1810 - 1896

TURNBULL, ELIZABETH; 1812 - 1858

TURNBULL, WILLIAM T.; 1881 - 1881

TURNBULL, JAMES; 1893 - 19??

TURNBULL, MARY ANN, Mrs. James; (RUGGLES); 1834 - 1895

TURNBULL, INFANT; son of J. & M.J.; 1871 - 1871

TURNBULL, WILLIAM; son of J. & M.A.; 1856 - 1858

TURNBULL, TWINS; children of J. & M.A.;1876 - 1876

TURNBULL, LOIS A.; dau. of T. & A.E.; 1878 - 1880

TURNBULL, JESSE A.; son of John & S.J.; 1876 - 1877

TURNBULL, CATHARINE E.; dau. of John & S.J.; 1869 - 1870

WARNER, MARY, Mrs. John; 1805 - 1846

WARNER, MARION; son of J. & A..; 1831 - 1846

WEBB, ISAAC; 1829 - 1920

WEBB, NANCY ELLEN, Mrs. Isaac; (OSBORNE); 1834 - 1931

WEBB, BELLE "ELIZABETH"; dau. of I. & N.E.; 1864 - 1886

WEBB, "LOUISA" OLIVE; dau. of I. & N.E.; 1868 - 1886

WEBB, NANCY JANE; dau. of I. & N.E.; 1854 - 1855

WEBB, AMANDA E.; 1857 - 1912

WEBB, MARTHA FRANCIS; dau. of I. & N.E.; 1860 - 1933

WEBB, ALBERT VAN DOREN; son of I. & N.E.; 1872 - 1873

WENTWORTH, MABEL; dau. of B.F. & R.M.; 1891 - 1893

WIDGER, ISABELLA SUSAN, Mrs. Jesse; (LYON); 1868 - 1933

WIDNER, ANNA MAY; dau. of W.R. & C.; 1897 - 1904

WIGGINS, GRIFFON GORDON; 1842 - 1924

WIGGINS, MARTHA, Mrs. G.G.; (LEWMAN); 1842 - 1924

WIGGINS, BERTIE B.; son of G.G. & M.A.; 1873 - 1875

WIGGINS, RACHAEL O.; dau. of G.G. & M.A.; 1875 - 1876

WIGGINS, ANNIE; dau. of G.G. & M.A.; 1878 - 1878

WIGGINS, JAMES LEWIS; 1864 - 1938

WIGGINS, DOROTHY ANNA MARIA, Mrs. James L.; (SANCHEZ); 1861 - 1910

WIGGINS, CLARA A.; dau. of J.L. & D.A.; 1889 - 1890

WIGGINS, GRIFFIN A.; son of J.L. & D.A.; 1890 - 1891

WOLFE, REECE; 1841 - 1871

WOLFE, JANE E., Mrs. Reece; (LOCK); 1847 - 1940

NOTES;

Reece Wolfe (son of William & Margaret Elliott Wolfe) and Jane Elizabeth LOCK (daughter of William & Mary Boag LOCK) were united in marriage on November 20, 1865.

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