South of Grabill, located on the east side of the Roth Road, 0.1 mile south of the Antwerp Road
Oldest Amish cemetery in this area. Earliest date 1871. Still in use. Identical tombstones without identification. Information on the burials in this cemetery supplied to the DAR by the cemetery caretaker in May 2010. IN DNR Latitude 41.1936 Longitude -84.9597.
South side of 18000 State Road 37, Maysville Road, on east end of Harlan, across from Repp Road.
Mary E., daughter of Ezra May, died September 2, 1838, and was buried in the tract previously donated by her father for a cemetery. Hers was the first death in the township. [No tombstone for Mary E. May but Ezra May has a Civil War tombstone]
Earliest date 1841. No longer in use. The cemetery was adopted by Harlan Elementary School 6th grade on 1998 memorial stone. IN DNR Latitude 41.1968 Longitude -84.9128 does not agree with Google Lat 41.1987 Long -84.9129.
Formerly located on the southeast corner where Springfield Center Road crossed State Road 37, Maysville Road, a triangle section of land. DAR page says no stones remain. IN DNR Latitude 41.2258 Longitude 84.8792.
From a contact in 2014, verbal history says when they put the new roads in they bulldozed the stones over, covered them with dirt and built the roads over the graves. If you can confirm or refute this history, know dates of what happened, or where the tombstones are, please let us know.