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Dearborn County Cemeteries

  • Braysville Cemetery in Harrison Township

  • Carr Road Cemetery in Harrison Township

  • Harrison Hill Cemetery in Harrison Township

  • Coles Cemetery inscriptions in Caesar Creek Township
    Thank you, Barb Boese

  • Ebenezer Baptist Church, Aurora, IN; virtual cemetery link

    John H. Rigg
    Azubah Richardson Rigg
    Frances Rigg
    Curtis Cell Rigg

  • Heuck-Probst or Huber-Briggs Cemetery in Kelso Township

  • Horham Cemetery in Manchester Township
    Thank you, Steve Frevert

  • Logan Township Public Cemetery in Logan Township

  • Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Miller Township

  • Platt Cemetery in Manchester Township
    Thank you, Kathy Ross

  • Riverview Cemetery Aurora, Center Township --An early transcription {Some of which have early medical cause of death given.}
    Thank you, Pete Nock

  • Riverview Cemetery -- A later transcription {A much more comprehensive, indexed document}
    Thank you again, Pete Nock

  • Saint Paul and Saint Martin -- Jackson Township {New Alsace & Yorkville}. Mary Bittner has volunteered to try to answer questions concerning these 2 cemeteries. Thank you, Mary Bittner

  • South Sparta Cemetery in Sparta Township --partial listing
    Thank you, Kathy Ross

  • Mount Sinai Public Cemetery In Hogan Township

  • Wilmington Cemetery In Hogan Township -- Partial listing showing Goodrich Family Burial Site

  • Trestor Cemetery in Washington Township
    Thank you, Ray Lundquist

  • Political Graveyard for Dearborn County


    There is a Cundale family burial ground and it is located on Possum Ridge Road off State Road # 48 west of Wrights Corner in Manchester Twp, Dearborn County, IN. by Earl Thompson

    This is verified by when, John Cundale and wife sold land to Daniel and Abigail (wife) ROBERTS, 14 Nov 1825, Dearborn County Deed Records Book "A" pages 515 and 516. Daniel and his wife later sold this same land to Sarah Ann Thompson, 9 Apr 1866. In the deed, it stipulated "Except two (2) rods square of ground in the above decribed tract convering the site of the Family Burying Ground, situate on the Ridge East of the Brick Dwelling House, which two (2) rods square of gound the grantor herein reserves to himself and his heirs forever, for burial purposes, together with the right of ingness thereto and egness therefrom and to inclose the said burying ground with a stone wall or other fence and keep this same in repair" The tract was located in the south half of the East half of the North East quarter of Section Ten (10) Township five (5) of Range Two (2).

    Thank you Earl Thompson !

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