Horrell Cemetery, Jacksonville-Markham
Cemetery transcription by members of the Jacksonville Area Genealogical and Historical Society
Six miles southwest of Jacksonville public square are the remaining tombstones of Horrell Cemetery. The cemetery site itself is situated on a gentle area of high ground that is now a cultivated field. The tombstones were removed several years ago and placed in a wooded area immediately to the west of the field, and on the east side of a small stream. Even with detailed directions it is difficult to find the flattened tombstones in the dense brush. The cemetery is within sight of the Winchester-Jacksonville highway, and is in nearly the exact center of the northeast quarter of Section 32 in Township 15 N Range 11 W. It is on a direct line from Allinson Cemetery to Richardson Cemetery and is almost exactly the center point between those two cemeteries.
Words in brackets [ ] or parenthesis ( )are not on stone.
|Name||Birth||Death||Other or Notes||Veteran?||Donated By||Obit?|
|Henderson, Elvira Adaline||27yr 8mo 8da||31 July 1849||Consort of J. Henderson|
|Horrell, Charles Wesley||62yr 9mo 7da||7 Aug 1851|
|Horrell, Elizabeth||27yr 11mo 28da||12 ___ 1823||w/o Charles Horrell|
|Horrell, Martha||6 Dec 1857||d/o O.C. & E. Horrell|
|Horrell, Arthur George||8mo||26 Oct 1862||s/o O.C. & E. Horrell|
|King, William||58yr||11 July 1846|
|King, Mary Ann||35yr||18 Aug 1842||Wife of William King|
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