This cemetery is on the west side of CR 100E, roughly across from where
200N Ts it. It can be accessed through the Carolyn Moran farm, #2368.
The Roahrig family who lives just south of her can help guide you back.
Use a GPS or be guided.
NW: N39°47.603’ W86°30.896’
SE: N39°47.590’ W86°30.893’
N39°47.597’ W86°30.895’ or
This cemetery is not fenced, mowed, or maintained. The stones have
fallen and the bases are sinking. Mrs. Moran says that many of the stones
were bulldozed off the cliff about fifty years ago. The remaining stones
are in a small group away from the cliff, still in rows. They appear
to not have been disturbed as the footstones still match the headstones. The
following headstones were found: Catherine Ayears, James Ayears, L.G. Ayears,
Bettie Knapper, James Knapper, Nettie Ann Knapper, Eva Alice Knepper, James
Robey, and Sarah Robey. The only headstone on the previous list that
was not found was Mary Ayears.
Views of the Cemetery