Penn Cemetery


      photo by Phil and Sharleen Wurm  Jan 2002

  The cemetery was read in Jan 2002 by Phil Wurm.

Driving directions: From the intersection of highways 36 and 83, the Penn Cemetery
is located 3 miles west and 3 3/4 miles north.  

The Penn Cemetery is unkempt as you can see by the picture. 

For more information about this cemetery or persons buried here contact
Reva Marshall

There are 4 steel rods, pipes, flat irons likely marking other graves.

Last Name First Name Birth Date Death Date Info Info
Bishop Jasper       no stone found
Bishop Maud   1890 4 yrs. no stone found
Miller or Millen Twin Babies of Levi       no stone found
Penn Clementine   1881 or 1885   no stone found
Penn Ellen J. 1850 1930 35 yrs old wife of Finnis R.
Penn Finnis Robert 3-25-1852 3-18-1925   Pioneers of Decatur County since 1879
Penn Jane Elizabeth Bartholmew   1881   stone marked J. E. P. 
Penn Rosa Ellen 1876 1921   no stone found
Penn Susie 7-1-1887 1-17-1895 Burn from fire dau of F.R. and E.J
Penn William 1822 1891   no stone found
Penn Willie 9-28-1883 4-19-1885   son of F.R. and E. J.
Thim Mr. 2-1838 7-13-1913   no stone found
Thim Mrs.   7-11-1889   no stone found
Wooley Cora Belle (Penn) 10-19-1880 12-12-1908 wife of J.A.  

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2001 Sharleen Wurm & Ardie Grimes
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