This cemetery is on the north side of 350N between 425W and 525W. It is
located on the Thomas Family Dairy, #4368. From the house, walk northwest
to the gate to the cow pasture. The cemetery is northwest of the gate
in a clump of trees in the middle of the cow pasture.
NW: N39°48.881’ W86°36.260’
SE: N39°48.866’ W86°36.247’
N39°48.873’ W86°36.253’ or
This cemetery was restored by Jessica Felix, students from Cascade Middle
School, and the landowners in the Spring of 2007. It is in a well-used
cow pasture but is surrounded by barbed wire and concrete corner posts. Prior
to the Thomases buying the farm, cattle had been in the cemetery, causing
much of the damage to the stones. Many stones and pieces were never
The landowners cleared the brush and dead trees from the cemetery which
allowed for the restoration of the stones. All stones were cleaned,
repaired and reset. There are two very large gravecovers supported by bricks
in the southwest corner of the cemetery. A tree has caused them to
be pushed up and sideways. The tree will need to be cut down in the
fall before the bricks can be replaced and the covers moved back into place.
Photos of individual stones have been entered into
For detailed information about the individuals buried in the cemetery, please
contact Jessica Felix.
for a spreadsheet of known burials and plot map.