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Civil War Soldiers buried at 

TaylorSville Cemetery

Sec. 23, Fairfield Twp.

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Rawson Family Gravestone, Taylorville Cemetery, Taylorville, Iowa. James D. Rawsom, 38thIowa Inf., Co. K/ 38th Iowa Inf. Co. F. D. D. Palmer, Co. D, 14 NY Inf.

Ransom Family Stone

James D. Rawson

34th Iowa Infantry Co. K

38th Iowa Infantry Co. F


Rawson, James D. Age 20.

Residence Fayette County, nativity Ohio.

Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862.

Mustered Nov. 4, 1862.

Mustered out Aug. 15, 1865, Houston, Texas.

See Company F, Thirty-eighth Infantry.

D. D. Palmer

 14th New York Infantry, Co. D


Joseph Antwine

3rd Iowa Infantry Co. F


Antwine, Joseph. Age 21.

Residence Taylorville, nativity Canada.

Enlisted May 20, 1861.

Mustered June 8, 1861.

Mustered out June 18, 1864 Davenport, Iowa, expiration of term of service

Taylor Family Stone


At Rest

William Taylor

Born: July 20, 1820

Died: Feb 15, 1901


William Taylor

111 Pennsylvania Infantry Co. D

Rhoda A. Wiltsie


Wife of J. P. Wiltsie

Sept. 16, 1853

July 08, 1907

Wiltsie Family Stone

J.P. Wiltsie

 112th New York Infantry Co. A

GAR 1861- 1865


Born: Sept. 26, 1844

Died: June 4, 1912

Sgt. Oscar H. Osborn

 46th Illinois Infantry Co. K


Oscar H. Osborn Family Stone


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