The numbers are the page numbers in the Cemeteries Book.
Here’s the information you requested:
From Cemeteries of Brown County, Illinois
Jaques Cemetery, pp. 68, 69 & Misc Burials, pp. 408, 413
Henry C. Nothern, 22 May 1889, age 58 y, 11 m, 15 d.
Mary E. Nothern, wife of Henry C. Nothern, 22 Sep 1840 – 1 Apr 1908
Eddie ‘Lodie’, son of Henry C. and Mary E. Nothern, 10 Oct 1864, age 5 m, 8 d.
Infant, dau of Henry C. and Mary E. Nothern, 8 May 1860, age 1 d.
Viola May, dau of Henry C. and Mary E. Nothern, 1 Sep 1869, age 2 y, 7 m
John D. Nothern, son of Henry C. and Mary E. Nothern, 1858 – 1931
Sarah Frances (Perry), wife of John D. Nothern, 1858 – 1 Dec 1948
Charles, son of John D. and Sarah Frances Nothern, 24 May 1901, age 5 y, 11 m, 15 d.
Buckhorn Cemetery, p. 90
Alexander Northcut, son of E. and C. Northcut, 2 Jul 1856, age 6 m, 14 d.
William Eben Northcut, son of E. and C. Northcut,25 Jul 1856, 3 y, 1 m, 5 d.
Morrellville Cemetery, p. 20
Peter D. Northcut, son of E. and C. Northcut, 31 Mar 1853, 11 y, 6 m, 9 d.
Oh my........Sorry, to write again, but I have found some more people.
If I have reached my limit I understand, but if you could do this for me, it would be great!
Nothern, Henry C. ___________ 68
Could you tell me what this 68 is. there are 9 Nothern individuals here and I do believe that John D. is Henry's wife and that Mary E., is his wife. I am interested in a daughter, Sarah, but can not find her. There is also an infant daughter is this for Henry also?
I amsorry for all the questions.
Northcut, Alexander 90
Northcut, C 20, 90
Northcut, Peter D 20
Northcut, William Eben 90
Is there something significant about the 20 and 90 also?
I appreciate this so much. I wish that I could do this myself, but I am glad to you are here and willing to help others.