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Eva & Anna Batten

Marker Image/Sketch

Notes/Comments

This is a granite headstone on a concrete base. There is lichen covering all etched areas, but words are legible. It is a polished surface with rock hammered edges. This is a tombstone for 2 children. Words are inscribed in a book with 2 flowers on the edges. This is the edge of the family plot with the white quartz rocks on this edge.

Biographical Data

“Batten, Eva – 1906 – September 25, 1906 at the age of 6 months, the daughter of Evan and Ethel Batten. (Madisonian September 27, 1906; Progressive Years page 9-10; Cemetary Section 2, Row A, Lot 16, Stone read by Townshend, Ren [marker ID no longer valid]

Batten Anna – 1904 -July 14 1908 from scarlet fever, the daughter of Evan and Ethel (Kingrey) Batten. (Progressive Years page 9-10; Cemetery Section 2 Row A, Lot 16B, on stone with sister Eva, read by Townshend, Ren)” [marker ID no longer valid]

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