Cemeteries of Orange and Wayne Township
of Noble County, Indiana Volume 2

Wayne 30 on Joe Evers Farm 4 graves Brumbaugh, Bloomfield, and Flory No Yes
Orange 27 at 780N and 400E 1/4 mile south of 800N on 400E   Yes
Wayne 14 originally 1 acre of burying ground on Cam Kimmel farm, a piece of John Horsely's tombstone. Mr. Edgar Kimmel reported the Horsley's were English people. No Yes
Wayne 36 US 6 2 miles from from Kendallville on north side of road, a mile east of CR 1000E   Yes
Kerr Island
Orange 15 Kerr Island in Sylvan Lake one grave is J. D. Kerr No Yes
Kreiger or Hughes
Wayne 19 on Herman Kreiger farm a stone for Margaret, Susannah and John Hughes No Yes
Wayne 27-28 large cemetery 1/2 mile north of US 6 on Riley Road, original on east side, newer section on west side Yes Yes
Orange 10 1075N and 300E   Yes
Oak Grove
Orange 12 1050N and 540E at Oak Grove Church some graves with no markers No Yes
Old Cemetery
Wayne 32-33 small corner of northwest Kendallville dificult to locate, must walk to the of the foundry drive No Yes
Orange or Osborn
Orange 20 825N and 175E   Yes
Wayne 10 southwest corner CR 1000N and 900E No Yes
Orange 3 CR 150N and 365E on F.E. Myers farm, stones are down, originally Holcomb, Hertel, Routsong, and Routzahn No Yes
St. Gaspars
Orange 9 Northport Road and 260W originally called Knapp Springs Cemetery   Yes
Weston or Sand Hill
Wayne 2 about 3.5 miles north of US 6 on CR 1000E on land donated by Thomas B. Weston   Yes
Wayne 6 shown on 1874 map but not shown on 1906 map Lost No

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