Lynch Cemetery
Howe Township 

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The cemetery has also been known as the Blue Jay Cemetery

Click Here to see photographs of the cemetery and each tombstone.

According to handwritten notes obtained from the Howe Township secretary the following individuals are also buried in the cemetery with no tombstones.

Cassie N Fulton born March 1876 according to the 1900 Federal Census - she was the wife of Harry Fulton.

Narcissie C Fulton born July 1894 according to the 1900 Federal Census - she was the daughter of Harry and Cassie Fulton.

Lindberg grandchildren - There were 2 Lindberg/Linborg families living in the area in the 1910 Census.  They were from Sweden, the Nels Linberg and Amos Linborg families

Hoover twins

Yetter Child

Decker grave - there was a Thomas and Trondie Decker living in the area in 1900

Bessie Gordan children

Asto Mather - 1988


Last Name First Name Middle Name Date of Birth Date of Death Age at Death Notes
Crain Ellen M

Crain Charles E

Crain Harry F 1893 1920

Crain Mertie O 1873 1935

Crain Leonard
1869 1944

Crain Frank F 1909 1944

Crain Lena M 1 June 1868 6 December 1906
Wife of Bruce Crain
Fox Charles F 1842 1920

Fox Narcissa C 1842 1921

Fox Mabel O
9 January 1865 6 months 9 days Daughter of Charles F & Kate Fox
Pure as a snow flower, we've laid her down to rest, of all our earthly treasures, the brightest and the best.
Rupert Angeline

27 February 1903 3 weeks 2 days Daughter of Mr & Mrs O.E. Rupert, died of Small-Pox
My beloved has gone down into his garden to gather lillies - S. of Solomon, 6th Chap

Marked by a hanging flower holder.

plain stone laying in the ground

Recorded April 2009 by Nathan Zipfel

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