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St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Trenton Illinois** Photos submitted by Marilyn Morrison [email protected] Sep 2011.
Cemetery listing at:

Barth, Barbara Gebhart1999
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Barth, HenrySubmitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Barth, Henry and Barbara1945
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Beer, Alvin and Adelpha

Beer, Henry J

Benson, Amelia Barth1988
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Benson, Amelia Barth1946
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Benson, Amelia Barth1955
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Benson, Amelia Barth1947
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Benson, Amelia BarthChristmas 1945
Submitted by Carol Novak [email protected]

Cervenka, Anthony and LorettaPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Fauke, Alfred and Mary E

GROSSHOLZ, Konstandin (GROSHOLZ)Born 8 Dec 1817, Died 18 Sep 1877 Here rests in God. Church records say he died 16 Sep. Worn German verse.
Photo from Julie Spencer [email protected]

Harpstrite, Emil**1 comments

Herbstreit, (Harpstrite) August Gustav**

Herbstreith (Harpstrite), Barbara**

Herbstreith, (Harpstrite), George**

Herbstreith, Karl (Charles)Tombstone is deep into the the woods on the east side of the cemetery.

Herbstreith, Karl and Mary nee Bonner**

Herbstreith, Karl CharlesReplacement stone near the woods

Herbstreith, Maria Anna nee BonnetWife of Karl Charles, original gravesite stone deep in the woods eastside of the cemetery. Name in church records is Bonnet for her and her sisters. Her newer replacement headstone shows Bonner

Herbstreith, Mary Anna nee BonnerReplacement headstone next to the woods.

Herbstrieth, AdolphIrwin "Lou" Luebbers posing in 2011 with his great-great grandfather, Adolph Herbstrieth. Adolph immigrated to Clinton County IL in 1854 with his brother, Maxmillian Herbstrieth, and other family members including his widowed mother. He and Maxmillian were members of Johann Baptiste Harpstrite's family, descended from the same ancestor, Bartholamaeus Herbstritt, the original family surname in Baden Germany, as great-grandsons (Adolph and Max) and grandson (Johann).

Kohlbrecher, Joseph and FriedaPhoto submitted by Phyllis (Kues) Stroud

Korte, Edmund and Leola nee LohmanPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, HermanPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, Louis and Noretta nee WehrlePhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, MelvinPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, Otto (Military)Photo by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, Otto and MaryPhoto submitted by Phyllis (Kues) Stroud

Korte, Raymond and Dorothy nee SteinmannPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, StellaPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Korte, TheresaPhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Meddows, Kenward (Military)Photo by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Meddows, Kenward and Marcella nee KortePhoto by Janet Heinitz-Smith

Mensen, Bernard

Mensen, Katherine Ruepke

Mensing, Albert and Betty

Mensing, Alvin and Bernita

Mensing, John1888

Mensing, Mary Theising

Theising, Frank

Venhaus, Lawrence and AngelaPhoto submitted by Phyllis (Kues) Stroud

Woltering, Rosa and Bernard

Zimmer, Edgar and Marie T (Mensing)

Zimmerman, Gerald JSubmitted by son-in-law, Lloyd Murphey [email protected]
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