The Path to Bachelors Grove

G


Gray, Edward F.

Gray, Frederick Earl

F


Flassig, Dora {Nee Mohr}

Flassig, Frantz

Foskett, Alvah Orlando

Foskett, Caroline Sophia {Nee Lund}

Fullerton, James

Fullerton, Sarah {Chapman}

Fulton, Emma

Fulton, Frank J.

Fulton, Hamilton

Fulton, Hulda {Nee Turney}

Fulton, Jane {Nee Johnson}

Fulton, Jennie {Nee McMurray}  (R)

Fulton, Joseph

Fulton, John Sr.

Fulton, John Jr.

Fulton, Johnnie B.

Fulton, Marci May

Fulton, Mary {Nee McCuen}

Fulton, Robert

Fulton, Samuel (R)

Frundle, Howard J

Frundle, James

Frundle, Lois {Nee Aschenbach}

Frundle, William Henry


L


Law, John

H


Hageman, Alberta {Nee Hulett}

Hageman, Caroline {Nee Voss}

Hageman, Charles

Hageman, David Ward

Hageman, Minna  {Nee Voss}

Hageman, Louis

Hamilton, Alma G. {Nee Lucas}

Hamilton, John

Hamilton, William

Hulett, David

Hulett, Ida

Hulett, Whittmore

Humphrey, Libby May


T


Tiley, George Sr.

Tiley, George Jr.Tiley, Margaret

Names of those buried in Bachelors Grove Cemetery in aphabetical order. Clicking on a name will take you to Lot page containing details, photos and documents pertaining to  the individual and those buried in the lot with them.

Blue names are ones that have known lot numbers. The Red names are ones that were previously buried in Bachelors Grove Cemetery but were re interred at some point. The Green names are ones that were not on any other BG burial list andwe have located documentation that confirms their burial in Bachelors Grove.

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14

B


Benger, Charles

Benger, Priscilla {Nee Brooke}

Bormann, Fred

Briggs, Mary {Nee Hamilton}

Buch, Johanna

Buch, Louis


If you would like to find family information for a particular headstone, simply click the photo of choice and it will take you to the family information page connected to that stone. 

This Blue Island Sun Standard article, Pioneers in Peaceful Rest, from August of 1935 is a key part of documenting who was actually buried in Bachelors Grove.

A reporter does a  walk through with Joseph Fulton as he gives a personal account of his memory of those buried within the cemetery.

Much of what we know about the burials in Bachelors Grove Cemetery is due to the research done by Brad Bettenhausen, President of the Tinley Park Historical Society. Mr. Bettenhausen published his findings in the Fall 1995 edition of Where The Trails Cross. Subsequent research done by us and others is based on his findings.  

The Tinley Park Historical Society houses many artifacts and much information on Bachelors Grove, including a permanent display in their museum. 

For more information, including directions and Museum hours visit our resources page or click the box here:



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#15

#43

#58

#57

#44

#61

#17

#5

#65

#79

#43

#75

#36

#41

#74

#15

#22

#16

Below is a numbered plot grid of Bachelors Grove Burial lots.  Each number on the grid is a link to the individual burial information for that lot.  Below that you can browse the burial lot info by clicking on the photo of the stone below the grid. Please bare with us as this is a work in progress!!


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Record of the Mark Crandall family as given by a decendant

Mary (above) and James Rippet (left) Death Certificates


#41

Mary Rippet

         B. April 30, 1840

         D. September 27,1907

James Rippet

        Mary's Son

        B.1859

        D.October 26,1920

Robert Aston

        Marys Father

        Died 1861


#40

Fred Borman

Mentioned in the article Pioneers in Peaceful Rest. Fred Borman died in 1886 and was killed by an Illinois Central train. 

Stephen and Richard Warren were both civil war soldiers. 

Richard with company G, 39th Illinois Infantry. He was a prisoner at the infamous Andersonville prison camp.

Stephen Warren Company B, 1st Illinois light Artillery.  


#39

Hamilton Fulton

          B. 1822

          D. 1876

Mary Fulton

          Died 1896

Martha Weber

          Died 1856


Catherine Weber

Daughter of Martha

          Died 1856

#38

Alphonse Carley

         1822-1861

Rosa C. Kollman

          Died 1866


A Photocopy of the cemetery plat at Cook County notes that east half of lot belonged to Geo. Weber


#37

Plat Map Notations list

R. {Robert} Patrick


#36                          *Stone Remains

Mark Ichabod Warren

                       1853-1904


​Amazetta Curtis Warren

                      1862-1901


Ezra Warren

                   B. about 1807

                D. November 28, 1883


Susan Warren

(Ezras Wife)

B about 1812

D August 23, 1880


Stephen Warren


Richard Warren

B October 29,1844

D March 3, 1875

Electa and Alma Crandall

Handwritten record by Mark Crandall in October 1880 of his wife and childrens birth and death dates.


# 35

Original Plat Map Notations List the name.

Benjamin Rick



#26

Jane McMurray

                            B. 1831

                            D. 1911

(Nee Fulton (Daughter of Joseph Jr-Brother of John Sr.) Mother of    Samuel's wife below)


Robert McMurray                                                         B. 1830

                    D. 1909  

(Husband of Jane Fulton McMurray)


Samuel Fulton                                                          Son of John Sr.

                    B. July 16 1846

                    D. Sept. 3 1916

                                                                                   Reinterred at First Evangelical                               Lutheran Cemetery Alsip IL

                                                                                                                                             Jennie McMurray Fulton

              B. Apr. 20 1857

              D. Jan. 27 1940

Reinterred at First Evangelical       Lutheran Cemetery Alsip IL

                                                                           Charles Mayfing                                                    B. May 8 1890

               D. Dec. 21 1938

          Reinterred at First Evangelical       

                 Lutheran Cemetery Alsip IL

                                                                                                            




                                                                                    ​

                                                                            

# 27,28,29,30,31,32,33, 34 Unsold

# 25 

Elizabeth Crandall

 (Nee Schelenger,Mark's wife)

 B. July 8  1826

 D. Aug. 4 1864


Clara Weber  

(daughter of Electa Crandall and grandaughter of Mark and Elizabeth)     

 B. Jan. 9 1885

 D. Jan. 30 1885


Baby Crandall                                         **Although uncertain, We believe this child was Frank Crandall 

                 B. June 8 1853

                  D. Oct. 27 1854

(Son of Elizabeth and Mark)


Alma Crandall

 (Daughter of Mark)

    B. Feb. 12 1863 

                    D. Dec. 13, 1879


The individuals listed above were reinterred on June 6 1892 to Mount Greenwood Cemetery,Chicago. To see photos and burial documentation for the Crandall family visit the Reinterment page by clicking the box below




#24

Frederick Schmidt

(NOTE: photocopy of cemetery plat at Cook County notes that lot was transferred from Everdon (in small handwriting )

to F.Schmidt

#23

David Hulett

Whittemore Hulett


Ida E Hulett



#18

Lorena Ramsdell

1801-1873

Carl August Pankin

Original Plot notations also list the name W. Moak

#19

Edna Wright Hardy Sanderson

Alberts mother

Novemeber 20, 1829-August 30, 1907

Helena Josephine Carlson

May 25, 1870-March 3, 1914

*Helena was reinterred in 1955

Original plot notations list the name A. Hardy

Bachelors Grove Burials