The following was extracted from Where The Trails Cross - Volume 26:1 Fall of 1995
By Brad L. Bettenhausen
Headstone relocated to the Tinley Park Historical Society to prevent further vandalism.
Image below provided by Dale Kaczmarek of the Ghost Research Society
The following was extracted from the Encyclopedia of EarlyChicago.com
Moss, Thomas William (Feb. 17, 1811-March 11, 1885) married Isabella Crumlick on April 4, 1835 (d. March 27, 1848); their sixth of seven children, daughter Isabella married [see] Charles Baxter Lane. Following his wife`s death Moss married Sarah McGettigen in 1850, and Anna Turney in 1853, with whom he had seven children; he and his wife Isabella were buried in Bachelors Grove Cemetery with other family members; vandalized, the stones were removed by a Moss descendant in 1988 to Landmark Church, the Tinley Park Historical Society`s museum. [387a]
The following was extracted from the Bibliography of EarlyChicago.com
387a Kapustiak, Margaret Mackle. “Lane Family History”; personal communication with a DeWitt Lane family descendant, 2003.
Source: Schapper, Ferdinand. Southern Cook County Before the Civil War · Early Settlers and Their Families, Vol. II. Chicago, 1917.