Blue River, Burbridge, Diamond Grove, Fernwood, French (Milton), Greenpond, Griggsville, Hunter Nebo, Oakwood, Park Hill, Parklawn, Petty Highland, Scenic Hill, Shearer, Smith, St. Mary (Calvary), St. Stephens Episcopal, Time, Wanda and Watson are cemeteries in Illinois where some of our family members are buried. Most of these cemeteries are in Pike County, but some are in other counties. We have family buried in Jersey County, Madison County, as well as Macoupin and more. The name of the cemetery is on the picture of the marker.

Please visit   Pittsfield West Cemetery to find markers and obituaries for family members buried there.

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Abigail Troutner Ada Virginia "Jennie" (Main) Vinyard (obit) Add & Cynthia Drake
Alice Troutner Allen & Lelia Johnston Almira (Williams) Main
Alva M. Tosh (obit) Alvin Nye Main Andrew A. Johnston
Andrew Main Andrew Parker Main Anna Rutledge & Rachel Main
Annie Main Arthur Russell Tosh (obit) Arty May Lord
Barbara A. & Lena J. Main Bert & Edith Blanche (Blacketter) Main Bertha Bell (Candle) Lord
Bessie (Davidson) Gilbert (obit) Bessie (Kirkpatrick Main Morlan (obit) Bessie (Naylor) Tosh (obit)
Betty Lucille Drake Betty (Main) Wasson (obit) Blanche (Cloninger) Brooks (obit)
Bonnie Lucille (Main) Terrell (obit) Byard Bolen Main Carl Gene Henderson (obit)
Carl Johnston Carol Jane Walsh (obit) Carol Olivia (Main) Walsh (obit)
Cecil Lucille (Naylor) Miles (obit) Charles & Josephine (Feil) Troutner Charles Edward Henderson (obit)
Charles Henry Troutner Charles Richard Naylor (obit) Charshel Allen Brooks (obit)
Cheryl Renae Johnston Chon Acosta (obit) Chon Lindley Walsh (obit)
Christopher Conreux (obit) Clay Andrew Main Clema (Penny) Thorn (obit)
Clema (Thorn) Main Conley William Henderson (obit) Cora Amy (Eades) Tipps (obit)
Cordia Bell (Henderson) Powis (obit) Coy (Doyle) Main Curtis A. & Margaret D. (Troutner) Lord
Daniel Main Dean Burdette Zumwalt (obit) Dewey Gilbert Main (obit)
Earl Gilbert (obit) Edna (Besaw) Compton (obit) Eela Elas Main
Elizabeth (Heth) Troutner Elizabeth (Main) & John Troutner Elizabeth (Main) Heavner
Elizabeth (McLaughlin) Troutner Eliza Lord Elmer Alaska Drake
Elmo A. Tipps (obit) Elsie Pauline (Page) Main (obit) Enos Andrew Main (obit)
Enos & Anna Troutner Erie (Billings) Carey (obit) Ethel (Lockhart) Henderson (obit)
Eugene B. & Ada M. (Knox) Main Fern & Gerald Johnston Floyd & Ruth (Johnson) Johnston
Francis Curtis Johnston Francis Lewis Compton (obit) Frank J. Main
Frank Main (obit) Gail (Main) Baker (obit) G. T.
Genevieve Main George Chrysup Main George & Flora (Main) Lacy
Gladys & Lloyd Johnston Hannah Josephine (Horton) Main Harold E. Johnston (obit)
Harry Budd Atkinson Harry Clark Pegan Helen Gladys (Williams) Price (obit)
Henry Carey (obit) Henry Frank Main Henry Main
Henry Troutner Homer Gene Henderson [1] [2] (obits) Horatio L. Lord
Hugh Johnston Ina (Yocum) Main Ira Richard Thorn (obit)
Iva Ellen (Johnson) Main Ivy Murl Manker James Abel Wahl
James Lord James Main James Melvin Brooks
James Monroe Walsh James Richard Main (obit) John & Elizabeth Heavner
John Franklin Baker (obit) John Main John Henry Henderson (obit)
John J. Price (obit) John Price (obit) John William Main
John W. Lord Jonathan Main Josephine Barney (Main) Atkinson
Josephine Catherine (Long) Main Joseph James Troutner Joseph T. Troutner
Joyce Lynn (Main) & James Albert Brooks Juliette (Wampler) Main Johnston Katherine (Applin) Kirkpatrick (obit)
Lee O. & Minerva "Nervia" (Couch) Doyle Lester "Leslie" & Edith Drake Louis Cass & Viola (Allensworth) Main
Lucius Main John & Lucy Lemons Lutilia (Johnson) Main
Lutilia "Lou" Main Mabel C. Main Mamie S. & Ora Main
Margaret (Cannon) Troutner Margaret (Kubesch) Main Martha Ann (Harper) Lord (obit)
Mary Ann (Callahan) Wahl (obit) Mary E. (Page) Main (obit) Mesha J. (Oshel) Ervin (obit)
Nancy (Compton) Main (obit) Nancy (Davidson) Lord Nellie (Arnett) Tosh (obit)
Nicholas Main Nola M. (Irvin) Main (obit) Norman Deloss Williams Jr. (obit)
Olivia Sarah (Wahl) Main Ora & Pearl M. (Long) Ruble Owen Main
Ozias David Gettings Pamela (Main) Gettings Philip J. Main
Richard Edward Main Richard Henry Atkinson Richard & Janie (Goldman) Main
Richard R. & Sarah (Jones) Main Rosa (Johnson) Henderson (obit) Roy Edward Walsh
Roy Eugene Flowers (obit) Roy Jr. & Vera (Hayes) Flowers (obit) Rufus Henry & Helen (Chrysup) Main
Rufus Main Russell Leroy Tosh (obit) Ruth Ilene Drake
Ruth (Main) Koeller (obit) Sadie (Lawrence) Walsh Owen Samuel Doyle
Sarah Elizabeth (Hack) Main Sarah Ellen (Lord) & John Hardin Main Sarah Frances 'Sadie' Main
Sarah Jane (Troutner) & Nicholas Main Sidney Troutner Solomon Main
Solomon & Susan Johnston Solomon Johnston Stella (Main) & Louis Stout
Susan (Main) & William Ruble Thomas & Della Johnston Thomas Hiram & Cecile Gladys (Blacketter) Main
Thomas Lawrence Henderson (obit) Thomas O. & Nadine (Fee) Main Vera (Gilbert) Tosh Helgen (obit)
Verna Main Vernis Evelyn Johnston Viola A. (Main) Baker
William George "Pete" Main William A. Main & Charles "Lonie Lacy" Billings Willie Belle Main
William Wasson (obit) Winona (Harvey) & Otto Main Cemetery Index

    Blue River Cemetery is located in Detroit Township, Pike County, Illinois.

    Burbridge Cemetery is located about 1 1/2 miles east of Martinsburg, Pike County, Illinois. The cemetery appears to be well cared for.

    Diamond Grove Cemetery is located in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

    Fernwood Cemetery is located in Roodhouse, Greene County, Illinois.

    French (Milton) Cemetery is in Montezuma Township, Pike County, Illinois.

    Greenpond Cemetery is located between Milton and Pearl in Montezuma Township, Pike County, Illinois. It is a beautifully manicured cemetery, about 1/4 mile off the highway. When you pull up in front of the gate, music begins to play. All of the Johnstons are descendents of Thomas and Katherine (Main) Johnston. Kevin Johnston was a huge help in finding our link to some of these people.

    Griggsville Cemetery is located at the northwest corner of town in Griggsville, Pike County, Illinois.

    Hunter (Nebo) Cemetery is located east of Nebo in Spring Creek Township, Pike County, Illinois. It is a large and beautifully manicured cemetery.

    Parklawn Cemetery is located at the west end of Main street in Barry, Pike County, Illinois both on the north and south sides of the street.

    Petty Highland Cemetery is secluded behind a cornfield in Pike County, Illinois. It is very run down and cattle roam freely. Many of the stones are broken and some have either fallen or been pushed over. I fear that in a few years this cemetery will be inaccessible to the public.    On our visit there, our guys picked up the pieces of Andrew and Lutilia's markers, which for the most part were not broken. The bases were still in place but the middle and top parts were apart and laying at the base. With great effort they placed them back together. We now hope the markers won't be pushed over or broken. Lutilia's marker already has a chunk missing that we were unable to locate.    We were able to piece together the broken pieces of Rufus and Henry's stones. I am thankful we now have pictures of them.    It was hard to get good pictures because the cemetery is covered with trees. The lighting at the time of day we finally found the cemetery was not conducive in allowing good pictures.

    Scenic Hill Cemetery is located in Grafton, Jersey County, Illinois.

    Shearer Cemetery is located north and east of New Canton in Pleasant Vale Township, Pike County, Illinois.

    St. Mary (Calvary) Cemetery is located one and a half miles north of Pittsfield in Newburg Township, Pike County, Illinois.

    St. Stephens Episcopal Cemetery is adjacent to Pittsfield West Cemetery. The cemeteries are divided by a narrow road.

    Time Cemetery is located in Time, Pike County, Illinois. It lies very near the road and is very easy to find and walk through. There is no fence, and when we were there in September 2002, it appeared to have recently been mowed. We were there late in the day, so the sun was not in a perfect place for some of our pictures.  For that I am sorry. We learned that originally this cemetery had 250 graves. Some of the stones are broken, and others are buried. We found evidence that stones lie underneath the grass and dirt. We did not try to dig them out.

    Watson Cemetery is located south of Pittsfield, in Pike County, Illinois. This is a small cemetery and appears to be cared for very well.


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