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Martin County, Indiana 
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If you have any records about burials in any of these cemeteries please consider submitting them for inclusion on these pages.

All the cemeteries in Martin Co. were mapped and researched by the WPA in the 1930's. The Martin County Historical Society has a blueprint of these cemeteries at the Martin Co. museum. Starting in 1963 the Historical Society started researching these cemeteries and recording all names and dates. All information was put into book form (3 volumes) and are sold  to anyone interested. We also recorded all cemeteries listed on Crane Navy Depot. Purchase your copy here. The above information furnished by Nancy Baker and The Martin County Historical Society.

Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane is predominantly located in Martin County, but small parts also extend into Greene and Lawrence counties. It was originally established in 1941 under the Bureau of Ordnance as the Naval Ammunition Depot for production, testing, and storage of ordnance under the first supplemental Defense Appropriation Act. The base is named after William M. Crane, a naval officer who served in the War of 1812. The base is the third largest naval installation in the world by geographic area and employs approximately 3,300 people.

        Burns City Cemetery

      Crane Naval Base Cemeteries -Contributed by Joe Weber , and                            

         The Martin County Historical Society.

    Boggs Creek ...or  Welch Cemetery
    Bridges #1 
    Bridges #2 
    Dog Trot 
    Little Hickory 
    Morel Chapel 
    Mountain Springs 
    Pleasant Grove 
    Roberts       Now with tombstone photos!
    Old Salem
    St Joseph 
    Uno Patton 
    Waggoner #1 
    Wagoner #2 
    Wards Chapel 
    West Union 
       Center Township Cemeteries           Peek Cemetery or Harvey Divine Cemetery

        Halbert Twp. Cemeteries

         Acre Cemetery

Baxter Cemetery
Clark Cemetery
Elliott Cemetery
Union  Chapel Cemetery

Lost River Township Cemeteries

Anderson Cemetery 
Butler Cemetey   (With Photos)
Connell- Stanfield Cemetery
Emmons Ridge Cemetery 
          Green Cemetery
Green Cemetery (With Photos)  
Hawkins Cemetery
Jones Cemetery  (With Photos)  
Simmons Cemetery
Walker Cemetery
           Waggoner's Chapel Cemetery   


McCameron Township Cemeteries
 Mt. Zion Cemetery

Mitcheltree Twp. Cemeteries

Clark Cemetery  

Rutherford Township Cemeteries
Whitfield/Loogootee Cemetery                                                                                        Inman Chapel Cemetery 
 St Martin's Cemetery
 Ledgerwood/South Martin Cemetery
 Helphestine Cemetery
 Holtsclaw Cemetery
 Truelove Cemetery
 Mt Zion Cemetery
 White River Cemetery  


McCameron Twp. Cemeteries  (old)

Ledgerwood Cemetery

Loogootee Cemeteries
Brook Cemetery
Goodwill Cemetery
Love Cemetery
Mt. Calvary Cemetery
Saint Johns Cemetery
Wood Cemetery  

Mt. Pleasant Cemeteries   
Brooks Cemetery     
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery                                                                                           Reilly/Houghton  Cemetery
St. Rose Cemetery

Odon Cemeteries

Saint Joseph Cemetery
Williams Cemetery

        Shoals Cemeteries

Hall Cemetery
McBrides Cemetery
Sholts Cemetery
          Spring Hill Cemetery 

The Catholic part of Spring Hill Cemetery was once called St. Louis Cemetery. This cemetery was near the Catholic Church and was moved to Spring Hill many years ago. The first sixteen rows and maybe more are all part of the St. Louis Cemetery. This part of the cemetery is on the first road into the cemetery, not where the Spring Hill monument is located. The stones are on the right & left of this road. Information by Nancy Baker and The Martin County Historical Society.

        Williams Cemeteries

Chandler Cemetery
Mountain Spring Cemetery
Uno-Paton Cemetery
Wagner Cemetery

Page Updated SEPTEMBER 27, 2007

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