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 Cemeteries and Headstones in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA


 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Benkelman, Jane McCormick
Benkelman, Jane McCormick
The widow of Richard Clancey. She had two young children when she married Leonhard Benkelman, and they went onto have two more. All four children considered Leonhard their father.  
Located    Jane McCormick (d. 21 Aug 1894)
 
Benkelman, Leonhard
Benkelman, Leonhard
Civil War Marker 
Located    Johann Leonhard "Leonard" Benkelman (d. 25 May 1913)
 
Benkelman/Horne/Clark Family Marker
Benkelman/Horne/Clark Family Marker
This is what is engraved on the back of the headstone of William and Mary Jane (Clancey-Benkelman) CLARK. It marks not only the burial place of Leonhard Benkelman and his wife, Jane McCormick; but also of presumed son-in-law John E. Horne and grandson, Willie Horne. The lot itself was purchased by John E. Horne. Leonhard Benkelman's step-daughter, Mary Jane Clancey, married first a HORNE and later William Clark.  
Located    Johann Leonhard "Leonard" Benkelman (d. 25 May 1913)
William "Willie" Horne (d. Abt 1887)
Jane McCormick (d. 21 Aug 1894)
 
Clark, William and Mary Jane Clancey Benkelman Headstone, front side
Clark, William and Mary Jane Clancey Benkelman Headstone, front side
This is the front of their monument. On the backside, four additional names were carved, Leonard Benkelman, Jane Benkelman, John E. Horne and Willie Horne. The Civil War service of Leonard Benkelman and John Horne's civil war was also noted.  
Located    Family: William Clark/Mary Jane Clancey (F5216)