Husselman Cemetery







 
Directions:  Grant Township, S°16   T°34N  R°13E  N°41 23.813  W°085 02.360

From Waterloo, take SR427 south to CR36 and turn east.  The private cemetery is located on the north side of the road between 0.25 and 0.5 miles west of SR427.  It is located to the side of a private home.


History:
HUSSELMAN HISTORY From "History of DeKalb County Cemeteries" by Dorothy A. Ditmars, April 18, 1924.
    On the Grant and Union township line, one-half mile east of the Auburn-Waterloo road number thirteen.

Pictures and Transcriptions of Stones in the Husselman Cemetery

Ash, David
Bachtal, Anna C.
Bachtal, Catharine
Bachtal, Christvan
Bachtal, Ellen
Bachtel, Francis
Bachtel, Henry

Bachtel, Lucinda
Bachtel, M.
E., Eve
Hohn, J.
Hohn, John

Hohn, Peter
Husselman, Amos
Husselman, Catharine
Husselman, Cathrian
Husselman, George
Husselman, George S.
Husselman, John & Aurillia
Husselman, John A.
Husselman, John
Husselman, Mary
Husselman, Polly
Husselman, Samanty Y.
Husselman, Samuel
Husselman, William
Kiplinger
Miser, Catharine
Miser, Limon
Pepple, Rachel
Shamo, Rachel
Shultz, Alonzo M.


These are stones that are completely illegible or are buried in the ground.  





Pictures of the stacks of cemetery stones or the pieces that are broken with no names.
















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