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Union Township, Hendricks County, Indiana
NE ¼ of Sec 6, T16N R1W
Visited October 1, 2005 and March 14, 2008

This cemetery is on the west side of CR 200W, south of CR 725N.  From house number 7034, go west to the end of the driveway.  Walk through the south gate and southwest down the hill to the pond.  The cemetery is southwest of the pond in a wooded pasture.  Four corner posts plus gateposts remain, but no fence. 

NW: N39°51.817’ W86°34.001’
SE: N39°51.802’ W86°33.976’

Approximate Center:
N39°51.810’ W86°33.989’ or
N395149 W863359

This cemetery is not fenced, mowed, or maintained.  The fence posts remain, so a fence could be erected if desired.  In 2005 the site was overgrown and horses were kept occasionally in the pasture. There are currently cattle running through the cemetery breaking and rolling stones down the hill.  This cemetery is township owned and should be fenced apart from the livestock and maintained.

This is a family cemetery, with all members descending from John and Mary Polly (Todd) Pritchett. Individual headstone photographs and biography information can be found on Find-A-Grave .

       Cemetery       Fallen Stacks       Broken Stones
              Whole Cemetery (All stones knocked over)                            Toppled Stacks                                Badley Broken and Trampled Tablets