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Wilson Cemetery (aka Boner Farm Cemetery)
Vernon Township, Jennings County, Indiana
Crosley Fish and Wildlife area. East of SR3, south of Crosley check station Land was Originally Boner Farm

Copied by Joe & Ruth Horstmen, North Vernon, Indiana  01 May 1973

Boner, John  d. Feb. 10, 1852  Aged 66 yrs. 13 days
Boner, Sarah  d. Jan. 27, 1852  Aged 88 yrs. 2 days stone says "In Memory of"

Rust, Hannah Alice-Dau. of John S. and Jane Rust-d. Oct. 10, 1850  Aged 10 mon. 4 days
Rust, Jane-wife of John S. Rust-d. Jan. 27, 1852  Aged 28 yrs, 3 mon. 5 days

Wilson, Charlotte-Wife of J.E. Wilson-d. Dec. 25, 1862  Aged 47 yrs, 2 mon. 19 days
Wilson, George  H.-son of Jas. & C. Wilson-d. Jan. 5, 1844-Aged 9 mon. 5 days
Wilson, Martha E.-Dau. of Jas. E. & Charlotte Wilson-d. Jan. 1, 1863  Aged 6 yrs, 13 days
Wilson, Melville C.-Son of J.E. & C Willson-d. Oct. 4, 1858-Aged yrs. 1 mon. 11 days
Wilson, Parley H.-Son of Jas. E. & Charlotte Wilson-b. Dec. 6, 1849  d. Aug. 25, 1870
Wilson, Sarah J.-Dau. of J.E. & Charlotte-d. Jan. 10, 1865-Aged 24 yrs. 1 mon. 5 days

Henry-scratched on small had cut stone

     From Jennings County Marriage records at Public Library,
James E. Wilson married Charlotte Boner  Aug. 7, 1834  married by John T. Johnson-MG
John Rust married Jane Boner  Dec. 31, 1841   married by John T. Johnson-MG
    This could mean that Charlotte Wilson and Jane Rust were sisters and that John and Sarah Boner were their parents.
     Also a Henry Rust married Polly McFarling  Mar. 17, 1840  married by John T. Johnson-MG
     There may be other stones. This family cemetery is enclosed by a nice stone fence but is in bad condition and terribly overgrown.

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