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DAGGITT CEMETERY PHOTOS

Daggitt Cemetery as viewed looking east from the Braeside Metra, along St. Johns Avenue, with Highland Park's Founders' Park in the foreground.

Daggitt open gate
corner St. Johns at Lake Cook Road, Highland Park

Daggitt cenotaph Robert_Elizabeth_Daggitt
Daggitt Cenotaph and closeup sideviews:    family patriarch Robert & 2nd wife Elizabeth Daggitt

Joseph_Caroline_Daggitt Elizabeth_Joseph Garside
Joseph Daggitt & Caroline Dennis Daggitt         Joseph Garside & Elizabeth Daggitt Garside

Ann,Rachel,James
earliest deceased Daggitt children memorialized on cenotaph

  Thomas_Clara_monument John_Sarah_monument
Thomas, Clara, John and Sarah Daggitt monument (Richardson sisters married to brothers, then widow Sarah to widower Thomas) faces main Daggitt group defined by curb enclosing small markers

Thomas_Clara_closeup  name
This view of Thomas/Clara/John/Sarah Daggitt shows other families along side of fence
photo right is son of Thomas and Clara, "Thomas R. Daggett" (note spelling)

Fehd  Rudolph
Among German family pioneers in Daggitt Cemetery

open_gate
Daggitt gate opens along Lake Cook Road, east of St. Johns

 

Link to 1887 "Grace Cemetery" plat PDF

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