This cemetery is on the southwest side of Ross Road, between SR 75 and
950N. It is on the south side of the 90-degree turn just south of
SR 75, on the northeast corner of the Tomahawk Golf Course. The north
few graves are right next to the road, but difficult to see since the stones
are flat and the woods are overgrown. The main part of the cemetery is further
south, but the tops can be seen from the golf course. The cemetery
is just east of the pond.
NW: N39°54.926’ W86°37.741’
SE: N39°54.858’ W86°37.721’
N39°54.892’ W86°37.731’ or
This cemetery is partially fenced, but not mowed or maintained. There
are two distinct sections. The north section is fully fenced except
for a small entrance. It is full of trash and scrap metal and is overgrown
with weeds, small trees, and thorn bushes. Only three stones were
found in this section.
The south section is mostly unfenced. There are many stones, including
some large granite markers that can be seen from the golf course.
It is very overgrown with trees, myrtle, and thorn bushes. Many large
stack stones have fallen and the rest are leaning. The tablets that
were found were on the ground. Many more have probably sunk.
This cemetery is on a hill. At the bottom is a man-made pond for the
golf course. The neighbor says that he has pulled a few stones out
of the pond when it got low. He speculated that there may be more.
Southern End of the Cemetery
(near golf course) in the early 1990s and in 2005
Leaning & Fallen Stacks