Davis and Deyoe Family History

The Genealogy of Lester and Eleanor Davis

 Lindenwood Cemetery, Lindenwood, Ogle County, Illinois, USA

Latitude: 42.05053, Longitude: -89.03034

Lindenwood Cemetery is just south of the village of Lindenwood, Ogle County, Illinois, USA at the end of a lane off of North Lynnville Road under many beautiful evergreen trees. The land for this good-sized cemetery was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pullin who were married at Stratford-On-Avon in England. It was established in the 1800's. The entrance lane has been designated a Prairie Preserve Area.
The land for the Lindenwood Cemetery was donated by Elijah and John Dresser in 1851. John and Jane Ryan Dresser and his brother, Elijah, arrived in Ogle County in 1847. Elijah Dresser is said to have donated adjoining land for the school and church and to have raised funds to construct the first Union Church. In the 1890s, he organized another campaign to create an endowment for the cemetery. John Dresser and his family moved on to Sibley County, Minnesota, in 1856. Elijah Dresser, a station master on the Underground Railroad, remained in Ogle County and is buried with his family in this cemetery.


 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Burial place for Helen Irene Pollage
Burial place for Helen Irene Pollage
Interred in Lindenwood Cemetery, Lindenwood, Ogle County, Illinois, USA 
Not yet located    Helen Irene POLLAGE (d. 10 Mar 1934)

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