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Iowa. Mr. Conrad is represented by cenotaph, and is buried in Texas.
AT CENTER GROVE (ELWELL).
Jas. W. Daviswas a prisoner at Andersonville.
A. C. Ballard, Company H, 83rd Ill. Infantry; Enoch Warrington, Company F, 146th Ill. Infantry.
AT PLEASANT GROVE.
Geo. W. Grove., Jacob Grove; represented by cenotaph.
Robt. H. Robison, Peter Joor, Henry H. Halley.
DIFFERENT PARTS OF COUNTY.
P. A. Queal, A. M. Lee, H. Barber, Thos. J. Harrison, Joor Hegland, L. J. Stratton, O. Week, C. Snyder, A. B. Illingsworth, Elias Ersland, D. A. Breezley, Wm. Sunday, John Ballard, Wm. Mercer, John Yocum, John Lee, I. N. Shenkee, C. E. Culver, O. Egland, E. Modlin, F. M. Anderson, W. C. Ballard, D. J. Blot's, H. Eliasson, Peter Egland, H. B. Henryson, E. Hefley, J. R. Hand, W. M. Lemon, Wm. Pierce, C. M. Sellers, J. Sorter, John S. Wood, N. A. Tichenor, Wm. Crum, Wm. Tanner, H. Howard, R. D. Casebolt, Jas. T. Mount, S. D. Allen, S. W. Jenks, J. J. Aldrege, Thos. Snelling, J. T. Shumaker, H. Spangler, J. L. Martin, Z. F. Martin, Geo. Lowell, E. Elliott, H. Hunt, (died in prison at Tyler, Texas,) D. C. Vail, (died at same place,) F. Lowell, D. Womack, Thos. Fatland, S. P. Shaw, W. C. Evans, Jason D. Ferguson, (was killed at Shiloh).
B. Nellis, James Lewellen; both were soldiers of 1812. Amos P. Ball, James Meekim, Warren Hauks, Augustus Illingworth were soldiers of the Rebellion. There are about 166 soldiers lie in the silent tombs of Story County. Generally they were of our noblest men. There are others, doubtless, but have not been reported in time for publication. True, of the number given above, some of them rest in other States.
ARRASMITH CEMETERY, IN SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SOUTHEAST QUARTER, SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 84, RANGE 24.
Arrasmith, Massey, 52 3/4 years, Arrasmith Cemetery.
Arrasmith, Lucy, 58 11-12 years, Arrasmith Cemetery.