Gibbons Cemetery, Jacksonville
Cemetery transcription by members of the Jacksonville Area Genealogical and Historical Society
Not a cemetery in the true sense of the word, this was merely the case of an infant being buried at the parents' residence, 820 South East Street in Jacksonville. There is no visible clue to the grave of the Negro infant who was buried by the father. "Directory of Jacksonville and Morgan County, 1884-85" listed the only people named Gibbons who lived on East Street as Herman Gibbons and Miss Esther Gibbons, both colored, residing at 820 South East Street.
Words in brackets [ ] or parenthesis ( )are not on stone.
|Name||Birth||Death||Other or Notes||Veteran?||Donated By||Obit?|
|Gibbons, Infant (Negro)||10 hrs||1 Dec 1883||(From the Death Certificate)|
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