Hi Dana and all who tried to help me..
Just an FYI for everyone .. I got this answer from Bob Boward who solved the mystery
of the Frantz Gove Cemetery -- thank you Bob !!
Now I need to figure out if its actually the one that is called Wyoming Cemetery today..
"In the 1904 Rock River Valley Collection the section on Lee County History p.
In the spring of 1893, W. B. McMahon surveyed and platted for Mr. B. Frantz what is
known as The Frantz Grove Cemetery, located about a half mile south of Paw Paw, and
containing about nine acres of ground, which has been improved and beautified until it
is now one of the most beautiful and attractive"cities of the dead" in this part
country. The cemetery grounds include a handsome grove, where Decoration Day exercises
in honor of the soldiers of the Civil War are held annually. During the same year
McMahon platted the Frantz addition to Paw Paw."
--- Dana Fellows <saukvalley(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
In all of my dealings with Lee County Genealogy I've never have
Frantz Grove Cemetery.
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