1 edition of Echoes from Riverside Cemetery, Moline, Illinois found in the catalog.
Echoes from Riverside Cemetery, Moline, Illinois
by Heritage Documentaries, Inc. in Moline, Ill
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-250) and index .
|Statement||Kathleen Seusy ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||F549.M7 E25 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||2010283779|
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Riverside Cemetery has never been walked, read or recorded in any cemetery book. The Sterling Public Library does have an index of burials there. You can contact the cemetery by phone or email them at - [email protected] Riverside Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in this area. Dieterle Memorial Home & Cremation Ceremonies. Our staff provides cemetery, funeral home, burial and cremation services for Montgomery, IL. Call us anytime - 24/7.
Riverside Cemetery The old Moline Cemetery consisted of about five acres, from the north center of the Bill Mills farm, each lot holder being a member of the Association. The association turning this over to the City of Moline, who purchased seventy-five acres more and afterwards ten acres additional, making altogether ninety acres. The. first Riverside Cemetery Read More». 3. Locate the topic, Cemetery 4. OR, type in a county in Illinois in the place-names search; then click, Search 5. Locate the topic, Cemetery. 6. To explore each cemetery title, click on the highlighted blue title. ILLINOIS, CEMETERIES ILLINOIS, [Name of County]- CEMETERIES ILLINOIS, [Name of County], [Name of Town]- CEMETERIES Periodicals.
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Riverside Cemetery is much more than a public cemetery, but a rich history of Moline and the surrounding communities.
The land where Moline is situated was occupied for the first time by white settlers in the year What began as Rock Island Mills in the ’s, was platted and changed to “Moline” in Included are people from diverse classes and backgrounds who were featured at twelve annual Echoes from Riverside cemetery walk events.
The page book contains over photographs This community history draws upon carefully-documented stories of the lives of people buried at Riverside Cemetery in Moline, Illinois, accompanied by a 5/5.
Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Riverside Cemetery in Moline, Illinois, a Find A Grave on: 27th Street and 5th Avenue, Moline. Echoes from Riverside is an innovative community history, telling carefully-documented stories of the lives of people buried at Moline’s Riverside Cemetery.
Included are people from diverse classes, ages, occupations, and backgrounds who were featured at twelve annual Echoes from Riverside cemetery walk events. Their stories open a dramatic window on the history of Moline. Moline’s historic Riverside Cemetery, the markers of which can be seen in the distance by drivers traveling the city’s busy 4th and 5th avenues, comes alive in a meticulously researchedAuthor: John Willard.
MOLINE-- One hundred and nine lives, people who helped build Moline. ‘Echoes from Riverside’ began back in This historical cemetery walk was encapsulated in in the book ‘Echoes from Riverside Cemetery: Moline, Illinois’, written by Kathleen Seusy, Diann Moore, Curtis C.
Roseman and Regena Schantz. ECHOES FROM RIVERSIDE. Tours begin from the Riverside Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum, 5th Ave., and leave every 15 minutes. The first tour departs at 1 p.m., with the last tour departing at 3 p.m.
Moline IL. Last edited: Jul 4, Total records: 15 Riverside Cemetery is owned and maintained by the City of Moline, IL. History. Moline Cemetery Association was incorporated by. The Black Angel - Riverside Cemetery "A popular ghost story is about the black black angel was a statue at the Deere tomb in Riverside Cemetery in Moline.
According to legend, the stone statue turned black as it stood its quiet vigil over the cemetery. Echoes From Riverside Cemetery "Gone, But Not Forgotten" Public Hosted by Moline Parks and Recreation Department.
Moline Parks and Recreation Department. 4th Ave, Moline, Illinois Show Map. Hide Map. Government Organization () Both Riverside Cemetery and Moline Memorial Park have been administered by the Moline Park and Recreation Department since An historical cemetery walk is sponsored each September called: Echoes From Riverside Cemetery.
Costumed actors play the role of one of the people buried in the cemetery. A book was published in based on the walk. This short documentary presents research on Riverside Park and Cemetery in Moline, IL.
This research would not have been possible without the generous assist. It served as the cemetery office until when the office was moved Moline Memorial Park.
It ceased as the sexton’s home in It is now used by the Director of Moline Parks & Recreation. Both Riverside Cemetery and Moline Memorial Park have been administered by the Moline Park and Recreation Department since /5(14).
Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Riverside Cemetery in Prophetstown, Illinois, a Find A Grave Cemetery. ECHOES FROM RIVERSIDE. Tours begin from the Riverside Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum, 5th Ave., and leave every 15 minutes. The first tour departs at 1 p.m., with the last tour departing at 3 p.m.
Moline History Echoes From Riverside Cemetery. By Kathleen Seusy, Diann Moore, Curtis C. Roseman, and Regena Schantz. This book draws upon carefully-documented stories of the lives of people buried at Riverside Cemetery in Moline, Illinois, accompanied by a history of the cemetery itself.
This is from our trip to the Riverside Cemetery in Moline, Illinois. We didn't hear anything while we were there, but we sure heard something on the tape when we watched it after getting home. Riverside Cemetery, Created by pmoreno65, Moline, Rock Island, Illinois, United States Take BillionGraves with you wherever you go.
Download the free BG app and you`ll be able to contribute, and have access to our worldwide headstone database. Hotels near Riverside Cemetery: ( mi) Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center - Moline ( mi) Radisson on John Deere Commons ( mi) Hyatt House East Moline Quad Cities ( mi) Holiday Inn Express Moline - Quad Cities ( mi) Best Western Airport Inn; View all hotels near Riverside Cemetery on Tripadvisor4/5(5).
The cemetery is located in a quiet area in Moline not far from the Mississippi River. The main reason for me to go there was to see the grave of Moline's most famous citizen, John Deere. I had expected a sign to indicate its location.5 TripAdvisor reviews.Riverside Cemetery is in Riverside Park.
From downtown Moline, IL go east on 6th Ave (IL Hwy 92). After passing 26th St, 6th Ave curves north and becomes 5th Ave. You have entered Riverside Park with a lagoon on the north and baseball fields the south.
Just past the ball diamonds you can turn north (left) into the 4th Ave Section.December Echoes from Riverside Cemetery, Moline, Illinois book launch at Rock Island County Historical Society. May Grant from the Riverboat Development Authority for the Rock Island prison documentary August First showing of corn husking documentary on Iowa Public Television.