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Wartenbe Cemetery
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From Newville, drive northeast on CR71A to CR79 and turn north.  Continue northbound to CR42.  Turn west and go about 0.3 miles where the private cemetery is located on the south side of the road.  From SR1, go east on CR40, south on CR75 and east on CR42.
Directions:  Stafford Township, DeKalb County, Indiana,   S°29   T°34N   R°15E     41 22'29"N   84 49'02"W

More information from John Scoville

John Webster
May 22, 1854
Aged 59 Years
& 2 Ds.

Betsey Webster
Sept. 10, 1877
Aged 79 Yrs. 9 Mos. 25 Ds

Lovisa Ann
Wife Of
William Webster
July 1, 1847
Aged 21 Years
& 6 Months

William Pryer
July 28, 1856
63 Yrs. 7 Mo. & 12 Ds.

Hannah M.
Wife Of
William Pryer
Died Oct. 15, 1855
Aged 49 Yrs
(3 or 5) Mos. $ (21 or 24) Ds.

Wm Augustes
Son Of William
& Hannah M.
Apr. 16, 1847
AE. 14 Yrs. 8 Ms.
&7 Ds.
    James & Minerva Lytle settled in Stafford Twp. in the summer of 1836.  They are credited with being the first settlers in Stafford Twp.  On May 26, 1837 they sold their farm to William Pryer.  My great, great grandfather, Edward Scoville, bought 2/5 of this farm in 1857 from 2 of the 5 heirs of William Pryer.

    I'm not sure where I found this information.  Eleanor, daughter of William Pryer, was born on Sept. 2, 1835 near Newville.  I don't know when the Pryer family came to DeKalb County, but apparently they were very early settlers.

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