The Burr Oak Cemetery is located in the town of Burr Oak, St. Joseph County, MI.
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|Text & Description (Click this Link for Description, Photo Link for Image)||Photo Link||Date||Submitter|
|Burr Oak Township Cemetery April 29, 2009||Image 121K||Apr 2009||Jeff Phillips|
|Livermore Family Stone|
It represents all of the Livermore's located in the Burr Oak Cemetery. Vance E. Livermore, Jr. was the son of Lloyd L. & Marguerite L. (Lovejoy) Livermore. He died at age 3.
|Livermore, Daniel & Olive|
Husband and wife. Daniel and Olive (Benedict) lived in Burr Oak, MI. Daniel was the son of Marshall Livermore who came to Burr Oak about 1834.
|Livermore, Lloyd L. & Marguerite L.|
Lloyd L. and Marguerite L. lived in Burr Oak and later in Litchfield & then Coldwater, MI. Lloyd was the son of Daniel W. & Olive (Benedict) Livermore.
|Livermore, Lloyd R. & Zoe E.|
Lloyd R. was the son of Lloyd L. & Marguerite L. (Lovejoy) Livermore.
|Livermore, Vance & Edna|
Husband and Wife. Vance and Edna (Thurston) Livermore lived in St. Joseph County (The Colon/Burr Oak area). They had no children.
|Ultz - Van Vorst, Family Monument||Image 121K||Apr 2009||Jeff Phillips|
|Ultz, Edith M.||Image 137K||Apr 2009||Jeff Phillips|
|Ultz, George C.||Image 148K||Apr 2009||Jeff Phillips|
|Van Vorst, John J.||Image 157K||Apr 2009||Jeff Phillips|
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