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 Tippecanoe  County
Indiana Pioneer Cemetery
Restoration Project

Welcome to the Tippecanoe County, Indiana page for cemetery restoration.
I am L. A.Clugh, coordinator for the Tippecanoe County INPCRP.   If you have any questions or comments about any of our projects, please contact me.  As coordinator, I am available to offer guidance and training to volunteers  who would like to adopt a cemetery in Tippecanoe County as their project, and to help educate any citizen, trustee or cemetery association in our county about restoration. Educational workshops are held usually twice a year throughout our state sponsored by the Indiana Historical Society  & The DHPA.   You will find more on these below.

The Tippecanoe County Area Plan Commission has documented 134 cemeteries and has published a book which gives information on each of these cemeteries, including the date of origin, location, condition, caretaker, etc. This book and a map is available for purchase  at their office.

Listed below are links to several sites which have information on tombstone cleaning, repair supplies, books and general restoration.  Most of our restoration projects are also linked below for you to view.   There are many pictures on these pages showing our progress  so the pages may load slowly.

TCCRG volunteers will be working on cemetery projects throughout the year. If you are interested in helping us in any way, please contact me.  We would love to have your help!   


Lou Ann Clugh , aka L.A.  email me if you have questions 

Take a look at our State INPCRP page.

Please sign my guest book below   before you leave.  Thanks for stopping by.
Or look for INPCRP on FACEBOOK.  

 You are our 26270   visitor since May 2003. Thanks for stopping by!

Tippecanoe County's Listing of Known Cemeteries
updated 3-1-2016   (135)

Map showing all townships

 New databases  Funeral Homes of Tippecanoe County, Indiana  

Stone Carvers of Tippecanoe County



   Greenbush & the Old Lafayette City Cemetery will be an
 ongoing restoration project. If your interested in helping 
Julie Roush the Fairfield Township Trustee.  

Oh yes, you or your group can help at Greenbush.
cemetery.  Every week the limbs come down.  By
just walking a section of the cemetery, picking up
the fallen debris and placing them along the drives
will help a lot.  Many trees are over 150 years old.

Thank you and hugs to everyone who has donated their time
labor and money to help preserve Greenbush.  ;-)

Thanks you John Walters for your dedication.
Teaching the use of a lifting hoist at Greenbush Aug. 2014

The burial list is on Findagrave. I am reviewing the file online
 Please let me know if you find anything that needs correcting.

My Project at Greenbush and visits 2007 ~  2010  
2007 & 
2009 photographing adding to Findagrave
   David Thieme project 2010, 2011 projects


See the links below for all our projects. 


Tippecanoe County INPCRP projects
 These pages will take some time to load I love showing our progress.
2016  Cleaning at Harrisonville 2016  Class project at Harrison High School at Pierce cemetery    Step by Step,         What to do first  
Greenbush Projects 2007 to the present. See above.   Shumaker 2003-2010  Finished  ;-)   
Zion Cemetery Project Oct. 2008

McCormick Cemetery
Eagle Scout Project
Steven Harding 2004  Scout Troop 335

April 2005 

Leaming Farm 

Tea Cemetery
C. J. Baker Eagle Scout project 2003-2005

L@@k at the ROCKS


Read how to clean your 
family tombstone

Holladay Cem
   Project April 2004 
2002-2003 -2004
Routh Cemetery

 Supplies needed 

2002 Fink Cemetery
  Mr. Cameron   Miller
Eagle Scout project
2002 Ulery Cemetery
Mr. Ryan Taylor
Eagle Scout project 
 Mortar Repair mixes
Miles Supply Co.
 ST JOE Cemetery 2001
2001 Kenny Project


2000-2001 Feerer-Black
Pioneer  Cemetery
Tippecanoe Co. Workshop 
April 27-2001
  Read Epitaphs  

click the stones above

A working stone carver

2000 Harrisonville

Photographing Tips

Burial & Memorials 
information for   Veterans

National Parks Services

The Assoc. of Gravestone Studies
Preservation books 
Chicora Foundation, Inc

African American Cems Online

US information links
 Save our outdoor sculptures
Virtual Cemetery

Tombstone Calculator

 Interment Net
 Find A Grave 

The Cemetery Column

 The Indiana Cemetery and Burial Ground  Registry  &  

  Indiana State Historic Architectural and Archaeological Research Database (SHAARD)


Epidemic Timeline


I would like to thank several business and people in our
community for supporting our new preservation group efforts.

Mr. Matthew Koehler , Wea Township Trustee & Julie Koehler for her
photo contributions on Find-A-Grave.  ~~ And to Rodney Deaton (1956-2004)
for the 100's of great photographs he has freely given to me to use in our
restoration projects and to help others.  Many can be found on Find-A-Grave.

Mr. Rich Green  ~~  Mr. Ken Rude  ~ Berry's Camera Shop
Irving Materials, Inc. ~ Bowen Ceramic Tile ~ Lafayette Masonry Supplies
 Takachsin Order of the Arrow Scouts The Lafayette Journal & Courier
Mr. Bill Otten, and family descendants of the Routh-Pioneer cemetery.
Descendants of the Holliday and the Shumaker Cemetery.

Volunteers  of the Tippecanoe County Genealogy Society (TIPCOA)

Other resources

 Tippecanoe County Genealogy Society 

Tippecanoe County Public library

The Tippecanoe County Genweb  

The Family History Center, W. Lafayette
 New listings for Tippecanoe County--showing maps


Sons of Union Veterans 

Civil War Indiana


The Society of Indiana Pioneers

Cemetery Heritage Sign Application, from the
Indiana Historical Bureau & DHPA

Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana

Indiana Genealogy Society Cemetery Survey Project

DNR, Indiana Cemetery Registry Survey Form (see the pdf file)

Indiana County Township Trustees Indiana Cemetery Records Site

 Download the Free Adobe Reader to read those PDF files.    

     Visit other INPCRP county pages.   


Return to the INPCRP main home page .

This page was created as part of the INdiana Pioneer Cemetery Restoration Project,
and the Indiana County Coordinator's network. 
This page © by L.A. Clugh 2012
Thanks to Rootsweb for providing this space.