Lipthratt Cemetery

This cemetery is located on Blythe Island off of Hillery Trace.

There are three people buried in this cemetery.  In talking to a family member and the owners of the property there are supposedly four graves.  One is an infant's grave with no marker.  The graves were moved once and relocated on the property thus losing the location of the fourth grave.

Originally, William Henry Lipthratt owned this property and lived there with his family.  The house burned down and was rebuilt.  Nothing remains of the original home.  William also farmed on the land.  His first wife, Mary, is buried here along with their daughter Carrie.

William remarried after his wife died.  When he died, his widow sold the land and moved away.  Carrie lived with her brother until finally being put in a home as she was mentally retarded and unable to care for herself.  When Carrie died, she was buried in the family cemetery with her parents.  No one knows who the infant was or if there really was a fourth grave.

Cemetery was surveyed in 2002, which is when the photos were taken.

Due to recent "theft" of my photos being uploaded to Find-A-Grave, I have had to add copyrights across the tombstone photos (not sure why I didn't have these photos copy-protected already since the cemetery overall shots are) --Amy (09-03-2017)

*Image Key:  Tombstone Photo -       Obituary/Notes -  - Requires Adobe Reader
SurnameGiven NameMaiden NameBirth DateDeath DateBurialSexVetAge*Images
LIPTHRATTCarrie Hortense   24 Mar 1879 30 Jan 1939  F  59   
LIPTHRATTMary Marion Moody  9 May 1852 Jun 1912  F  60   
LIPTHRATTWilliam Henry   17 Sep 1841 23 Nov 1928  M CSA 88    

Last Updated:  03 September 1017

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