Patoka Memorial Cemetery

Elijah Hawhee

Lat 38 26' 20" N  Long 86 36' 8"W
Original Location JacksonTownship Orange County

Reinterred April 15, 1977

From DAR transcription, about 1945:
On the Carter Parks farm, where the Hawhee family once lived, this stone was found leaning against a tree. Elijah Hawhee was killed in the Civil War, and a few months later his brother, William Smith Hawhee was also killed. The father brought the bodies home. Smith is buried at Emmons Ridge Cemetery. The inscription reads:  Elijah, son of A. & E. Hawhee. Died Oct 8, 1862. Aged 19y 8m 21d. He was in Co. I 38th Reg. Inf.   

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Last Name First Name Plot No. Born Died Other Photo
Hawhee Elijah 1131 1/17/1843 10/8/1862 Son of A. & E, Hawhee 19y 8m 21d Photo