West side of Ela Road, 1/4 mile south of Dundee Road (Route 68), Inverness. Palatine Township, Cook County, Illinois. Maintained by Palatine Township. The gate is locked. Call Palatine Township, (847)358-6700, for entry.
Transcription, Arnett C. Lines, 1931. Transcribed by Cathy Trawinski, 1998.
Brother to Hy. T. [who was] in Civil War
Died 1855; Aged 32 years
Abbott, Thursday Ann, wife of B. Abbott, daughter of Ezekiel Cady
Bellows, Warren L.
Died 1854; Aged 32 years
Died 6/7/1864; Aged 66 years
Boyce, Margaret, wife of J. Boyce
Died 3/18/1886; Aged 69 years
Died 9/11/1883; Aged 27 years
Bryan, Nancy B.
Cady, Ezekiel, pioneer, owned farms
Died 1873; Aged 82 years
Cady, Wilbert, 1st person buried in the cemetery, stone is gone
Castle, Fred, son of L.D. Castle
Castle, Ina, daughter of L.D. Castle
Castle, Phineas, brother of L.D. Castle
Died 1855; Aged 64 years
Collen, Charlotte, wife of Joe Collen, 1st husband was William Freeman
Died 7/8/1882; Aged 56 years
Died 7/8/1848; Aged 81 years
Elvidge, John, lawyer on S. Hough
Died 8/29/1850; Aged 39 years
Elvidge, Lawson F.
Elvidge, Martha, wife of L.F.E.
Fosket, John, of the pioneer Fosket family on Baldwin Rd.
Died 2/15/1842; Aged 56 years
Fraas, Kate, wife of S.C. Jayne
Freeman, Ester Ann, dau. Of C & E
Freeman, Mary, daughter of W & E; she was a twin
Freeman, Sam, father of Wm. Freeman
Died 12/16/1848; Aged 64 years
Freeman, William F., probably father of Sarah Page
Geary, John, father of Mrs. Jim Kitson
Geary, Julia, mother of Mrs. Jim Kitson
Geary, Theodore G., son of J.A. and J.A., brot. Mrs. Kitson
Died 10/21/1862; Aged 17 years, 7 months
Hall, John A., son of G and E
Hunewell, Martha, dau. of S and M
Died 9/4/1855; Aged 10 years
Hunewell, Samuel B., was a shoemaker. Lived in fork of Cabble(?) Rd. & Rd. His widor was Edgerton
Died 1/16/1853; Aged 53 years
Died 1856; Aged 78 years
Moorehouse, Charlotte, 2nd wife of Jos. Moorehouse, mother of Sarah Dearborn(?), grandmother of Sarah A. Otis
Moorehouse, H.M.(?), son of Jos. And C.
Died 7/8/1864; Aged 39 years
Moorehouse, Jos., father of Sarah Dearborn(?), grandfather of Sarah A. Otis
Died 2/1/1877; Aged 86 years
Page, Geo. W.
Page, Lilly May
Page, Thos., all part of John Page family of Barrington
Shufeldt, Amelia, daughter of H & M, daughter of Harmon Shufeldt and sister to Emma Eilers
Died 3/10/1866; Aged 14 years
Sutherland, Plinn, son of Sidney & Julia H., Frances Marion dau. of
Swick, Harrison R.
Swick, Sarah E.
Swick, Thos., a son
Swick, Tunis M.
Valkenberg, Ann, wife of Wm.
Died 1858; Aged 85 years
Vanderbogart, Caroline Swick, wife of P. Vanderbogart
Died 5/18/1888; Aged 69 years (3/13)
Wilson, Hannah, wife of J. Wilson
Died 9/20/1861; Aged 60 years, 6 months
Some of the graves of the first ones buried in this C. Cem. were lost track of because stones fell over and got covered (as told me by Sarah Page) and that she alone knows where these were buried. Observation is that these were near the entrance in No.E. corner. Wilbert Cady was first one buried there. D. 12/17/1841. Stone is gone. -Arnett C. Lines
Barrington Area Library. Barrington Courier-Review Index.
Cemeteries of the U. S.: A Guide to Contact Information.
Daughters of the American Revolution, Signal Hill Chapter. Barrington Center Cemetery: Sutton Road & Route 68, Barrington Hills, Illinois.
Lake County Genealogical Society, Cemetery Committee. A Guide to Cemetery Names and Locations in Lake County, Illinois.
Lines, Arnett C. A History of Barrington, Illinois. (online version)