Location: Licking Township, Crawford County, Illlinois. Section 15, T-8N-R. 13 W. (East bank of Muddy Creek, and not visible from the highway. Courtesy of Jim Bowman.) As of 29 Aug. 1995 there are 12 monuments extant:

1--Samuel Bowman
died Feb. 27 1877, aged 68, 4M 17D
2--George W. Bowman
son of S. & N. Bowman, died March 25 1871
3--Naomi S. Bowen
wife of James Harvey Bowen, born August 21 1851, died May 16 1911
4--David Bowman
died January 10, 1894, aged 80Y 9M 10D
5--Angeline Bowman
died February 17, 1877, aged 39Y 13D -- infant son of D & A Bowman
7--Elmer Bowman
son of D & A Bowman, died September 5, 1875, aged 1Y 6M 14D
8--Mary E. Bowman
wife of Hiram Bowman, died September 26, 1873, aged 29Y 10M 14D
9--Infant daughter of H & M Bowman
died September 10, 1870
10--Evaline Bowman
daughter of W.H. & J.A Bowman, died August 17, 1871, aged 3 Months
11--Berta O.
daughter of A.F. & J. Keenan, died May 2, 1890, aged 7M 22D
12--Samuel Loyd
son of T.E & E.B. Metheny, died January 25, 1902, aged 6M 25D

The cemetery was not being cared for well, and the last few years I have been taking care of it. Samuel Bowman is my G-GFather and David Bowman is his brother. I will be very glad to help anyone with indentification of these burials and would be interested to meet their descendants. I have photographed the existing stones and have a booklet ready for printing -- just have not had it done yet.