Cedarcreek Township Cemeteries

Cedarcreek Township was organized in 1837

Leo and Cedarville are the main towns in mostly rural Cedar Creek Township.

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Amish Cemetery

12308 Page Road Grabill, Indiana
Located behind the Amish school north of Yaggy Cemetery

Mary Penrose DAR photo
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Burials started in 2005. Fenced and in good condition. Information supplied by the cemetery caretaker in March 2010 from the Mary Penrose DAR page.

Go to: DAR tombstone photos pageor Google map

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Cedarville Cemetery

Was located on Ewing Street at Gerig Road on the north end of Cedarville

No longer exists, yet on Google mapsomething similar to a few tombstones is at 9700 Gerig Road where Ewing / Emma Street T's into Gerig Road. If you know where this cemetery is/was, please let us know.

Go to: DAR 1980 Transcription of 4 tombstone names

Hosler Marker

Was at 11736 Leo Road

No longer exists. A marker was found along a nearby roadside and brought to 11736 Leo Road. Google map has a Street Level photo at 11744 Leo Road, but no marker is visible. If you know what happened to the marker, please let us know.

Go to: DAR 1980 Transcriptions

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Leo Cemetery - Old

14850 Leo Road, Leo, Indiana, south of Grabill Road, southwest of the bridge

Earliest date about 1844. IN DNR Latitude 41.2222 Longitude 85.0106. Scherer & Maxfield, 14520 State Road 1, south of the old cemetery and across from the New Leo cemetery has the sextant burial records. Revolutionary War Veteran William Berry is buried here. The Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter NSDAR has his biography.

Go to: No DAR Transcripts or photos - will be added eventually , Find-A-Grave, or Google map.

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NOTESTINE Family Cemetery

West side near 10500 St. Joe Road , 0.1 mile north of Notestine Road

DAR Notestine Cemetery sign photo
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Earliest date March 28, 1831. Not longer used. Out of sight off the road on private property. IN DNR Latitude 41.1817 Longitude 85.0472.

A stone marker for a child named Aaron D. Rinehart, died October 1, 1864, aged 2 months, 5 days, son of Andrew and Mary Rinehart was found in a city backyard. The stone had a carving of a lamb and two little footprints. The story is told in Vandals’ moving of markers hinders cemetery project by Frank Gray April 5, 2012 in The Journal Gazette newspaperarticle.

Go to: DAR tombstone photos, Find-A-Grave, Indiana.gov SHAARD has one Photo, Grave Book on Facebook has several location photos or Google map .

RHODES Family Cemetery

East bank of the Saint Joseph River, 0.3 mile south ( or is it north? see below) of Wheelock Road

No longer visible - two tombstones: 1857, 1861. Recorded directions are 0.3 mile south of Wheelock Road, Google map indicates it would be 0.2 mile north of Wheelock Road in order to be along the east bank of St. Joseph River near a large tree. In 2008 the NSDAR could not locate anything to take photos. Allen County Genealogical Society of Indiana1980s reading said the markers were on the St. Joseph River bank beside a very large and old tree. If you know where the two Rhodes tombstones are located please let us know.

Go to: DAR Transcriptions

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Saint Leo Roman Catholic Cemetery

West side of Amstutz Road, south of 10000 Hosler Road, at Lake Shore Drive

DAR St. Leo Cemetery photo
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Earliest date October 15, 1848. No longer in use. IN DNR Latitude 41.2191 Longitude 85.0192 which is different than Google map labeling it St. Michaels at Latitude 41.238012 Longitude -85.028788.

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Swartz (Schwartz?) Cemetery

Removed across the Saint Joseph River to the back part of Leo Memorial Park Cemetery at Leo, Indiana.

David Hiatt Schnelker Engineering photo Joseph Conrad tombstone from David Hiatt Schnelker Engineering photoVerna Conrad tombstone from David Hiatt Schnelker Engineering photo
David Hiatt - Schnelker Engineering 2012 photos

Earliest date October 30, 1873. There is supposed to be a large plaque in the Leo Memorial Cemetery. DAR transcriptions and photos will be included with that cemetery. Google map shows the former location on the east side of Saint Joseph River by Schwartz Road. IN DNR Latitude 41.2203 Longitude 85.0078. Area now looks like the beginning of Riverside Gardens Park with walking trails.

In January 2012 David Hiatt of Schnelker Engineering supplied these photos of the memorial stone for Graves Moved From Apostolic Christian Church Cemetery on Schwartz Road that lists 43 names. Only 2 names on the memorial have tombstones in the New Leo Memorial Cemetery. Since the road and the names in his photo are Schwartz, one would assume that is also be the correct spelling of the cemetery?

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Page updated: February 22, 2018