GREENBRIAR CEMETERY

aka Butler-Wooley Cemetery
Sec. 2-3-9

Hanover Township
Jefferson County, Indiana

2005 survey

LAST NAMEFIRSTMIDDLEBORNDIEDINSCRIPTION(S)COMMENTS
BarckdollDavidApr 15 1850Age 40yrOn DAR records but not found during this survey
BarckdollJohn1848On DAR records but not found during this survey
BibbMaryJ. ?? ?? 1837 (unable to read) July 25 1887W of James H. Bibb –Stone broken
BrownDavidJul 23 1821Nov 13 1865On DAR records but not found during 2001 survey
BrownFannyMay 9 1840In memory of Fanny Brown who departed this life May 9th 1840 in 22nd yr. of her age
BrownJamesAug 30 1848In memory of James Brown - died Aug 30 1848 in his 73rd yrBadly weathered
BrownWilliamL. Aug 5(?) 1855S of David & Mary L. Brown - Age 13mo 6dyBadly weathered
ButlerAmosJun 29 1837In memory of Amos Butler who departed this life June 29th 1837 - Aged 68yr 21dy
ButlerBenjaminJul 23 1855In the 39th yr of his ageBadly weathered
ButlerGeorgeF. Jan 28 1821Dec 18 1826In memory of George F. Butler – s/o Amos & Mary ButlerJan 28 1821 – Dec 18 1826 dates given in 1941 DAR records but stone now can’t be deciphered
ButlerJesseDec 28 1844In memory of Jesse Butler who died Dec 28th 1844 -Aged 28yr 18dy
ButlerJonathanAug 24 1845In 74th yrStone is broken and buried in ground. Death date and inscription are from 1941 DAR record
ButlerMaryMay 17 1847Consort of Amos Butler departed this life May 17th 1847 – Aged 60yr 4m o 21dy
ButlerMaryMay 24, 1841D/o Amos & Mary Butler departed this life May 24th 1841 – Aged 22yr 7mo 17dy
ChamberlainIsaacSep 18 1837In memory of Isaac Chamberlain who departed this life Sept 18 1837 in the 38 yr of his age
CoonsEthelSep 22 1903Aug 24 1904On DAR records but not found during survey
DaughertyClaudeFeb 5 1904----------S/s as Helen
DaughertyEthelGrady18921971S/s with Hezekiah Grady
DaughertyHelenJan 18 1907Oct 21 1977S/s as Claude
DinwiddieArchibaldAug 30 1818Aged 46yr 3moOn DAR records but not found during this survey
DinwiddieElizabethJan 30 1840Consort of Archibald Dinwiddie – Aged 39yrsOn 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
DinwiddieMaryR. Jul 24 1852Aged 10yrsOn 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
DinwiddieNancyAug 4 1861W of Alexander Dinwiddie – Aged 58yr 11moOn 1941 DAR records but not found during 2001 survey
DinwiddieThomasA. Nov 21 1859Aged 11yrOn 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
DuncanCorneliaDec 29 1848Consort of David Duncan – Aged 32yr 1mo 22dyDAR gives age 37
FinnJuneA. Daugherty19261967Our BelovedBuried with the Daugherty family
GassertCliffordE. May 6 1922Feb 17 19793 names on same stone: LeRoy, Minnie and Clifford
GassertDonaldRayApr 20 1927Mar 23 1980Pvt US Army World War II
GassertFredericJul 22 1823Feb 5 1903DAR record shows death year as 1894 and first name as Frederick
GassertJacobSep 28 1856Oct 26 1940S/s as Katie
GassertKatieMar 22 1858Oct 20 1940S/s as Jacob
GassertLeRoyC. May 13 1898Nov 13 1985Pvt US Army World War IMilitary plaque
GassertLeRoyC. May 13 1898Nov 13 19853 names on stone: LeRoy, Minnie and Clifford
GassertLouisNov 28 1819Apr 5 1894
GassertMinnieM. May 19 1900Apr 17 19663 names on stone: LeRoy, Minnie and Clifford
GassertPatriciaC. Jul 28 1927Apr 8 1971
GassertStanleyF. Feb 9 1885Jul 4 1975Pvt US Army World War I
GassertWalterFeb 4 1891Nov 13 1892S/o J & K Gassert – Gone to be an angel
GibsonCarolineMar 8 1917Aged 50yr
GibsonDorcasAug 31 1905Aged 50yrBroken stone
GibsonSallieBorn in Virginia 1821Nov 4 1904Lettering at top too worn to read – “Our Dear Mother” ??? DAR record says birth year is 1820
GibsonWilliam18361922Civil War Veteran
Gibson Sr. William1818Sep 28 1895Born in Virginia in 1818Stone broken & off base
Gibson Sr. WilliamVirginia 1818Sep 28 1895Stone broken off base & badly worn
GradyHezekiah18611930Mortar Board Emblem on stoneS/s Ethel Daugherty Grady
HackneyAlexanderP. 19041953
HackneyLouiseB. GibsonSep 8 1874Mar 23 1922Buried with the Gibson family.
HackneyWilliamJ. 18721964
HamptonLouiseC. Daugherty19241966Our DarlingBuried with the Daugherty family
HopkinsJohnMar 24 1824In memory of John Hopkins – who departed this life Mar 24th 1824 in 73rd yr of his age
HyattJohnW. Aug 6 1864Oct 24 1888On DAR records but not found during this survey
JohnsonBarbaraA. Aug 11 1935Jan 10 1974Wife and mother – Safe with Jesus
JohnsonBarbaraJane19351974Temporary marker by Barnes Funeral Home
KesslerCarolynC. Mar 6 1942Dec 11 2000Married Jun 22 1960S/s as Eldon R.
KesslerEldonR. Sep 28 1941----------Married Jun 22 1960S/s as Carolyn
KesslerHattie18801943On same stone as William
KesslerInfant daughterDec 25 1904Jan 1 1905Infant D of Wm & H Kessler
KesslerLouellaM. Aug 25 1920-------S/s as Vernon
KesslerLouisApr 1823Feb 12 1916S/s as Mary
KesslerMaryJun 20 1899Jan 27 1900D of Wm and Dora KesslerSmall stone with a lamb
KesslerMarySchaferDec 24 1828Aug 6 1908His wifeS/s as Louis
KesslerVernonW. May 3 1909Apr 22 1989S/s as Louella
KesslerWilliamE. 18701940S/s as Hattie
LelandNancyMar 16 1829May 15 1863W of Edwin G. On DAR records but not found during this survey
MeinekeHelenApr 6 1897Mar 17 1899Looks like it might say daughter above name On the 1941 DAR record no months and dates of birth or death were provided
MountAmosMar 12 1769Dec 23 1836In memory of Amos MountOn the 1941 DAR records the death date is shown as Jan 3, 1836
MountAsenethSep 12 1777Jul 9 1837In memory of Aseneth Mount
MountJaneAug 25 1820Jun 26 1838DAR recorded but not found during this survey
Mount JohnL. Sep 25 1805Oct 11 1837In memory of John L. Mount
MouserAlonzoC. Oct 15 1865Jan 31 1939
MouserLouisaMay 27 1870Nov 17 1941
MouserMarieJan 7 1910Jan 7 1910Infant d/o A. & L. Mouser – born and died Jan 7, 1910
OldakerBerniceM. May9 1907Jan 8 1999In loving memory of our mother, grandma, gg, and friend – in our hearts forever – beloved W/o Wm. Oldaker – married June 1929
OldakerWilliamT. Jun 20 1904May 1 1981Masonic emblem, Ind. Volunteer Firemen’s Ass’n emblem, Rotary International emblem
OldakerWm. AlonzoApr 21 1932Jan 1 1933S/o Wm T and B.M. Oldaker
PattersonNobleB. Feb 1 1841Dec 9 1847On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
RamsayAlexanderD. Mar 19 1840Mar 12 1901
RamsayAliceB. 18541885W of James T. Ramsey
RamsayElizabethMay 24, 1915His wife Alex D. Ramsay is husband
RamsayInfantOne stone – no dates – Tommy Ramsay, Mary Ramsay and Infant
RamsayMaryOne stone – no dates – Tommy Ramsay, Mary Ramsay and Infant
RamsayMaryPunshonJun 8 1808Apr 24 1886W/o Thomas L.
RamsayThomas3d PA, Mil., Rev. War
RamsayThomasL. Feb 19 1802May 2 1870The 1941 DAR record indicates day of death as May 7
RamsayTommyOne stone – no dates – Tommy Ramsay, Mary Ramsay and Infant
SaamJosephWilliamNov 22 1823Oct 6 1856On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SampleJohnMichaelApr 23 1949Jun 2 1997Class of 1967 Valedictorian – carving of guitar on stone
SchmidlappEdwardF. 18691966One stone with Edward, Emma & Oscar’s information
SchmidlappEmmaS. 18591958One stone with Edward, Emma & Oscar’s information
SchmidlappJohnC. Oct 22 1825Feb 28 1884
SchmidlappJohnD. Dec 28 1791Mar 20 1868On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchmidlappMathildaMar 18 1837Feb 2 1868D of J.lC. & Mary M. On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchmidlappO. P. Aug 29 ----Age 68yOn 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchmidlappOscarP. 18731934One stone with Edward, Emma & Oscar’s information
SchmidlappSophiaFeb 19 1790Jan 29 1872W/o J.D. On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchneiderElizabethSchaferDec 24 1826Oct 27 1900His wifeW/o George Sr.
SchneiderHoraceFeb 2 1887Aug 5 1888S /o Mary & GeorgeOn 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchneiderJacobNov 11 1831Mar 19 1905On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchneiderKatherineSep 21 1836Nov 6 1917W/o Jacob Jr. On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchneiderMamieBeldingOlney, IL Aug 14 1870Dec 18 1901W.o Jacob Jr. On 1941 DAR records but not found during this survey
SchneiderMaryC. Sep 11 1860Mar 10 1950
SchneiderOscarEAug 7 1895Apr 1939Footstone: Oscar E. Schneider – Illinois
Schneider, Jr. GeorgeFeb 2 1862Jan 18 1931
Schneider, Sr. GeorgeDec 2 1829Sep 13 1908
SchreiberHenrySep 29 1820Feb 15 1881
SchreiberJohnSep 9 1860Nov 29 1917
SchreiberJulia18681871Inf. D of H. & R. SchreiberOn DAR records but not found during this survey
SchreiberWilliamH. S. Oct 23 1864Nov 29 1886The 1941 DAR record does not indicate a 2nd initial and spells name Schrieber
SchuhGeorge18091867
SchuhJulius18631939
SchuhMaryA. 18371911His wifeW of George
SchuhRichardE. 18601939
SchumannCarolineJun 12 1864D of E. & M. Schumann – Aged 3 weeksThe 1941 DAR record did not show day of death, just mo & yr.
SchumannCharlesAugustJul 16 1854Mar 13 1938
SchumannEdwardC. Jan 22 1868Nov 12 1940
SchumannEmilJan 18 1852Dec 12 1924S of E & M Schumann
SchumannEmilFeb 27 1827Apr 4 1884Even so, father, for so it seemed good in thy sight
SchumannGeorgeMay 5 1865Mar 27 1931S of E & M SchumannThe 1941 DAR records showed birth as Nov 5, 1859
SchumannJosephineJan 26 1863Sep 28 1908D or E & M Schumann – Her many virtues form the noblest monument to her memory.
SchumannMargarethaAug 20 1832Aug 1 1915W.o Emil Schumann – Her children rise up and call her blessed
SchumannMathildeNov 5 1859May 7 1927D or E & M Schumann
SchumannSarahE. CiscoNov 8 1867Feb 3 1926W of Chas. Schumann
SettleMaryA. Aug 8 1864In 49th yrOn DAR records but not found during this survey
SimentonElizabethJul 29 1821Age 77yrOn DAR records but not found during this survey
SnyderCharlesJan 28 1867Aug 9 1935S/o Jacob & KatherineOn DAR records but not found during this survey
SnyderElizaM. ComingoreJul 18 1869May 12 1919W/o C. SnyderOn DAR records but not found during this survey
SponselCarolinaIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the childrens names – no dates– Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselCatherineJan 8 1865Mar 11 1945
SponselCatherineIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the childrens names – no dates Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselCharleyIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the childrens names – no dates provided – Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselCoraIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names, no dates – Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselEmilIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names – no dates Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselJohnBavaria GermanyAug 19 1912Age 83yr
SponselJohnAug 19 1912Born in Bavaria Germany – Aged 83yr – Corp’l Co. E 11th Rg. Mo. Vol. Cav. Stone in Schumann fenced section
SponselLissetteIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names – no dates Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselLouisaIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names – no dates provided – Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselLouisaC. Jul 24 1862Aug 3 1892Daughters of N & R. SponselSame stone as Matilda
SponselMartinIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names – no dates Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselMathildaIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the childrens names – no dates-Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
SponselMatildaL. Mar 5 1867Oct 11 1892Daughters of N. & R. SponselS/s as Louisa
SponselNicholas18281911At RestS/s as Rachel
SponselRachel18321920His wife – At RestS/s as Nicholas. The 1941 DAR records show her year of birth as 1830.
SponselRosaIn memory of the children of Nicholas & Rachel Sponsel One stone with the children’s names – no dates Names: Martin, Emil, Carolina, Charley, Lissette, Louisa, Catherine, Mathilda, Rosa, Cora
StowMaryAug 5 1836Sacred to the memory of Mary consort of Horace Stow, who departed this life August 5th, 1836, in the 30th yr of her age. Such was her amiability and sweetness of disposition that she lived in the confidence and bosoms of her acquaintances and died in the triumphs of faith.
TerryJamesAug 27 1886Age 54yrOn DAR records but not found during this survey
TurnerManleyC. July 11 1840In memory of Manley C. s/o Rob’t & Mary Turner who died July 11 1840 in his 8th year
WallaceNathanielJan 24 1841In memory of Nathaniel Wallace – departed this life Jan 24th, 1841 – Aged 89yr 8mo 10dy
WilliamsonJosephNov 22 1829Oct 6 1856On 1941 DAR records but not found during thissurvey
WooleyJamesMay 31 1788May 1 1873
WooleyMaryOct 20 1852W/o James Wooley – died Oct 20, 1852 in the 55th yr of her age

COMMENTS:  The following stones were found but could not be accurately identified:

  1. Broken stone, no name visible          Died April 15 1850              Aged ?   
    The stone is badly weathered. 
    Perhaps the stone of David Barckdoll.

  2. Broken column style stone – has a book on it (maybe the Bible ?)
    W of ?    Born ?                    Died ?
    Stone is badly weathered.

  3. Broken column style stone
    Unable to read anything on stone – badly weathered.

  4. Badly weathered stone – beyond reading
    Located next to William L. Brown

  5. Stone in ground – weathered beyond reading
    Located next to #4

  6. Broken stone, has been mended and then broken again – top piece gone
    Died July ?? 1816 (?)

  7. Broken stone, has been mended and then broken again – top piece gone
    Nothing readable

  8. Badly weathered stone – unable to read anything
    Between stones of William Schreiber and Henry Schreiber
    Perhaps this is the stone of Julia Schreiber.

  9. Stone broken off – all that remains is the base
    To the right of George & Mary Schuh

  10. Two broken stones – badly weathered – nothing readable
    Behind Mary & James Wooley

  11. Stone base only

  12. Broken stone – no top half and bottom piece is buried.
    Thou art gone to the grave
    ?? will not the place ??
    Stone is between Jesse Butler and Mary Butler (daughter)

  13. Stone broken – top piece missing
    Departed this life Aug 4 1861           Aged 58y 11 mos & 9 days
    For a moment death divides ??
    But when we have crossed its gloom
    We shall then be resting with her
    Ever ever, more at home.
    Perhaps the stone of Nancy Dinwiddie.

  14. Broken stone – badly weathered – nothing readable
    Next to #13

  15. Large stone SCHUMANN in the center of the wrought iron fenced plots of the Schumann family stones.

  16. Broken stone – badly weathered – unable to read anything
    Located between Amos Mount and Aseneth Mount
    Perhaps this is the stone of Jane Mount noted in the 1941 DAR records. 

KEY:  SS = Same Stone, W = Wife, S = Son, D = Daughter, y = years, m = months, d = days