Located near the old community of Bressie. approx. 5 miles east of highway 77 @ the Marland turn off. It is on the south side of the road. This cemetery is on the east side of large hill. It is completely overgrown with tall prarie grass and weeds. There is a very nice gate at the entrance and is easily seen from the road. The gate has large letters "BRESSIE CEMETERY" you enter at the low end of the cemetery at the far northwest corner. We found that most of the cemetery is unused or unmarked or most likely both. Information is taken exactly from stones. Info in parenthesis are my personal notes. I am not related to anyone known to be in this cemetery surveyed Oct. 13, 1999 by Stefanie Gilbert and Curtis Gilbert
Starting in the "upper" N E corner at the rear of the cemetery moving along the fence from N to S
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|Anderson||Maxine Lyvon (Fulks)||Mar 14, 1939||Oct 25, 2011||Obit|
Shares stone with Nancy T. Beck
Shares stone with John R. Beck
Wife of O. P. Beck
(This is a large stone and to be in the middle of a family plot)
|1||Infant Daughters||Their two infant daughters
(at the bottom of same stone)
|2||Brasier||Infant||Unk||Oct 30, 1913||
Inf. of J. W. and Annie Brasier
No one else in this row until the very end of row (from N to S)
|Golay||Homer Demoss||May 7, 1913||Aug 3, 1916|
|Golay||May||May 17, 1916||Jun 8, 1916|
|Hilbert||Richard Glen||Nov 9, 1963||Nov 17, 2008|
|1||HUENE||A.||1826||1916||FATHER (on top of stone)|
|1||HUENE||Ann||Dec. 20, 1836||Feb. 25, 1922||MOTHER (on top of stone)|
|1||HUENE||Mamie||Oct. 17, 1883||Mar 17, 1906||Wife of C.A. Huene
MAMMA (top of stone)
Largest and oldest stone found
|1||No Marker||Appears to be a gravesite|
|1||KIRK||Ellen E.||Oct 9, 1850||Feb 26, 1917||Mother
Very large open area
appears to be unused family plot room for about 6-8 graves
addtl info provided by:
||Joseph||Unk||Oct. 24, 1906||58 yrs old
Co. A. 147 Ind. Inf.
Civil War Veteran
(appears to be a military stone
No other info on stone)
add info provided by:
|2||SANFORD||Elmer L.||Aug 20, 1877||Dec 10, 1941|
|2||SANFORD||Frank W.||Feb 5, 1876||Sep 24, 1962||Appears to be newest grave|
|Thompson||Kimie Renee (Hilbert)||Jun 28, 1958||Jun 1, 2006|
||Robie Glen LaVon Sr||2/4/1920||11/23/2007||Sgt US Army
WW II Info
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