This cemetery is on the north side of 550N across from #8501. From
that house, walk north across the road, through the field to the woods.
Follow the line between the field and the woods east until the woods turn
to the south. Enter the woods and walk north on what is currently a
mowed path. The cemetery is on the south edge of the ridge.
NW: N39°50.625’ W86°40.690’
SE: N39°50.615’ W86°40.684’
N39°50.620’ W86°40.687’ or
This cemetery was fully restored in the summer of 2008 by Jessica Felix
and the Page descendents. It is on property that was recently bought
by Ed Britton. A small plot that surrounds the cemetery will be deeded
to the Page descendents. When this cemetery was first visited there were no
stones standing. Most were piled against a stack base in the middle
of the cemetery. All but one tablet stone was broken, many in multiple pieces.
The land was logged a few years ago, which added to the already poor condition.
Small trees, brush and weeds were removed from the cemetery then the stones
were cleaned, repaired and reset. The result is a beautiful pioneer
Buried in the cemetery are Williamson and Elizabeth (McCloud) Page, their
daughter Elizabeth (Page) Baber, their son Steven Page, and their grandsons
Oliver Page, James Shepherd and Jeremiah Shepherd. Individual headstone
photos and biographies can be found at
Pile of Stones
After Site Clearing
& Before Stone Restoration
Williamson Page's Stone Before
Page's Stone After Restoration
Map to Cemetery