This cemetery is in a cow pasture and is in very poor condition. All pictures, direction and additional comments are from Joe DeFur from when he was there in 2012. I thank him for sharing
Directions to Blume cemetery near Patronville: 200 south 400 west Go south on 400west from 200 south it is on your left up over a hill in a cow pasture in a clump of trees. A real mess last and only time I was there.
Blume, Francis L b. Jun. 16, 1822 d. ???. 20, 1868 s/o John H & Nancy Blume. In 1860 he married the widow Tracey Witherow nee Williamson.
Blume, Margaret S b. Jul. 16, 1839 d. Apr. 20, 1870 She was the youngest of 5 children of John H & Nancy Blume. She never married.
Blume, Teresa "Tracey" nee Williamson (Burdett then Witherow) b. Nov. 17, 1818 d. Mar. 2, 1864 She was a daughter of Alexander Williamson & Mary P Martin. About 1838, she was married to Abner Burdett. They had 2 sons: Loren & James. Abner died before 1850. She 2nd married William Witherow abt 1850. Three known children were born to them: George, William & dau. Vienna. After she was again widowed, she married Francis Blume in Spencer Co, IN in 1860.
Frank, Mary nee Williamson b. Jul. 7, 1802 d. Sep. 22, 1859 Mary was a daughter of Alexander Williamson and Mary P Martin. On Dec 5, 1832, she was married to George Frank in Breckinridge County, KY. They had 3 known children: David Williamson Frank, Mary E Frank & Harriet A Frank. The death of her husband, about 1842, prompted her to move with her children to Spencer Co, IN where she had other family. She was a sister of Daniel P & John D Williamson.
Kelly, John W. L b. Aug. 17, 1843 d. Dec. 11, 1864 Private in Company K, 4th Calvalry Regiment Indiana
Partridge, Joseph L b. Aug. 7, 1817 d. Jan. 31, 1865
Waggoner, Chancey G b. Feb. 2, 1825 d. Feb. 4, 1866