Jones Family Cemetery

Jones Family Cemetery is located in Section 34 of Kickapoo Township on private property. From the City of Peoria, drive Illinois Route 116 to Maxwell Road. Turn left onto Maxwell & go to the Hanna City Blacktop (dead ends at stop light. You have to turn left or right onto the Hanna City Blacktop). Turn left and go to the signs that point to Norwood and turn right. Go through the town of Norwood to Aspen Road. Once on Aspen Road, go all the way to the end; then turn right on Ellory Road (which eventually changes to Jones Hollow Rd.). You will immediately see a field on the left. The first house you see past the field, on your left, is where the cemetery is located. It is behind the house, past the shed, the pile of dirt and dog kennel. Please ask permission from the current resident before venturing back there.





Census research by Janine Crandell

1850 Census Peoria County Unknown Township
Miller, Jackson 32 Farmer Ky.
", Clarissa 25 Keeping house Mo.
", John H. 8   Il.
", Mary E. 5   Il.
", Thomas 1   Il.



1870 Census Peoria County Kickapoo Township
Jones, Henry 51 Farmer
($6,000 real estate)
", Rebecca 49 Keeping house Ky.
", Lucinda 19   Il.
", James 17   Il.
", Melinda 15   Il.
", Adaline 7   Il.
Euphemia 5 twin Il.
Ellen 5 twin Il.



1880 Census Peoria County Limestone Township
Jones, Charles 31 Carpenter Il.
", Caroline 28 Keeping house Il.
", John H. 10   Il.
", Rebecka E. 9   Il.
", Charles C. 8   Il.
", Timothy B. 7   Il.
", Eliva F. 4   Il.
", Thomas R. 2   Il.
", Louis W. 3/12   Il.
NOTE: Charles Jones and his family lived in Kickapoo Twp. in the 1870 census



1880 Census Peoria County Rosefield Township
Daily, Charles 37 Farmer Il.
", Lavina 35 Keeping House Il.
", Addie 10 At school Il.
", Charles 8   Il.
", Anna 7   Il.
", Belle 6   Il.
", Rebecca 4   Il.
", Albert 1   Il.
Note: In the 1870 census, Charles Daily and family lived near Charles P. Jones in Kickapoo Twp. and had a son named Alfred, aged 2. Addie wasn't born yet.


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Updated May 30, 2006