Old Harlan Cemetery Springfield Township Allen County Indiana Cemetery Project
Allen County Indiana Cemetery Project

Old Harlan Cemetery


Listed below is the transcription of the tombstones in the Old Harlan Cemetery, Springfield Township, Allen County, Indiana. The cemetery is located on the south side of State Road 37, on the east end of Harlan, across for Repp Road. This cemetery is no longer in use. The cemetery is now well cared since being adopted by Harlan Elementary School. The cemetery was photographed and transcribed in September of 2009. All stones in place at that time were included. If there is a photo of the tombstone, there will be a link after the name.
Indiana DNR Location Listings:
Quarter Section 1/4, 1/4NW, 1/4SW, 1/4SE
Section 28, Twp 32N, Range 14E
Latitude 41.1968 Longitude 84.9128
Easting 675028 Northing 4562906

The listings are in alphabetical order. One surname is listed per stone. If a stone contained multiple people, the names on the stone are listed in order, from left to right. Information that pertains to a single individual is listed after their name. If the information pertains to multiple names, such as a marriage date, it is listed after all the names.

In some instances the stones were very worn and hard to read. The DAR did a reading in 1932 and the Allen County Genealogical Society did a reading in the 1980s. The information from these readings was used if the stones were unreadable or if the stones were not found.

There is no other information on any person other than what is listed. The photographs are copyrighted by the Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter, NSDAR and may not be copied or published in any way for profit. Copies of the photos may be printed for your personal use only. Please give the Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter, NSDAR credit when documenting where the transcriptions and photos were found.


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Old Harlan I-M
Old Harlan N-Z



Old Maysville Cemetery Marker
-----This cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering-always.
-----Harlan Elementary Sixth grade 1998
-----Milken Family Foundation
-----Festival For Youth


Old Maysville Cemetery Marker
-----List of every person buried in the cemetery at the time stone was erected.

OLD HARLAN CEMETERY, SPRINGFIELD TWP, ALLEN COUNTY, INDIANA


Irving Alexander 11 Btry. Ind. Lt. Arty Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

J. B. H. Photo

J. C. S. Photo

James Eu(nice) A. Died Dec 4, 1856 (child of) E. & E. James
-----Stone was broken diagonally across the given name and the repair does not enhance legibility.
Photo

James Francis Died Oct. 6, 1855 Aged 17 Yrs. 9 Mo. & 19 Ds. Son of E. & E. James Photo

James Hannah A. Died Dec. 25, 1856 Aged 1yr. 8 mo. & 10 ds. Dau. of E. & e. James Photo

James Sarah A.E. Dec. 8, 1863 2y 3m 3d Dau. of Wm & M.A. (No stone found DAR listing.)

Jansen Abraham Born Aug. 25, 1837 Died Feb. 8, 1871 Photo

Jenness Mary Sarah Sept. 17, 1865 12y 8m 4d. dau. of J.N. & H.J. (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Johnson John W. Dec. 31, 1856 son of J. & M. 3y 2m 3d (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Johnson Malinda wife of Ira A. (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Joseph Sarah wife of O.C. (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Joslen Sarah Died Dec. 15, 1853 Aged 21 years 8 mos Wife of Dr. O. C. Joslen Photo

Kaylor Elizabeth May 3, 1871 51y 3m 3d wife of Jacob (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Kees Carrie Died May 31, 1879 Aged ____(stone broken) Daut. of J. & E. Photo

Kees Russell 2 Ohio Mil. War 1812 Photo

Kerns Catharine Died Feb 12, 1871 Aged 35 Ys & 3 D. Wife of Luther Kerns
-----_____ friends again may wait
-----From the toil of nature free
----- ____ with mercy __________
-----With ____________________
Photo

Kerns Cordelia J. Died July 22, 1851 Aged 11 ys. 7 mo. 28 ds. Dau of H. & M. Kerns Photo

King Charlie Died Apr. 19, 1861 Aged 1 Yr. 26 Ds. Son of R. & A. King Photo

Kinmont Charles Died Nov. 30, 1869 Aged 30Y & 11M Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Korrins William W. Died Aug 1871 Civil War Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Kunkle Jno. Corpl. Co. D. 155th PA. Inf. Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Lake Eli B. July 20, 1818-D. May 20 1895
Lake Elizabeth B. Aug. 8 1822-D. Nov 16 1918 His Wife
Lake Mary A. B. July 29 1856-D. Nov 16 1875
Photo

Lake Jerusha May 24, 1866 68y (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Lake Nathan Died April 22, 1857 Aged 63Y 9M 11d Photo

Lake Rosy Ann Jan. 2, 1863 13d Dau. of L.M. & M.E. (No stone found DAR listing.)

Lovall James Co D. 88th Ind. Inf. Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Lovall Monroe Co. D. 88th Ind. Inf. Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Loveall Evins Born 1814-Died Nov 16, 1820 Aged 46 Ys (Note either incorrect death year
-----or incorrect age at death.)
Loveall Hariet Born Feb. 26, 1818-Died Aug 19, 1855 Aged 37 Ys 5 Mo. 23 Ds.
Photo

Loveall James H. Born Apr 7, 1842-Died Apr. 7, 1869 Age 27 Ys
Loveall Monroe Born Aug. 25, 1845-Died Nov 7, 1863 Age 18Ys 2 Mo. 12 Ds.
Photo

Loveall Sarah Born June 15, 1850-Died 1855
Loveall Nancy Born July 30, 1855-Died Aug 20, 1855 Age 20 Ds.
Photo

Luce Catharine Sep. 25, 1814-Oct. 15, 1896
Luce William Died Nov. 8, 1886 69Y. 9M. 20D.
-----Our Parents
Photo

Luce Children of R. E. & M. E.
Luce Eva J. Died Oct. 23, 1870 Aged 1 Y 11 M 29 D
Luce Melvill_ Died Sept. 7, 1865 Aged 25 Days
Photo
Photo
Photo

Luce George W. Aug. 1839-Apr 1901
Luce Mary A. Aug 1841-Feb 1915
Photo

Luce Haper Died Jan. 20, 1953 Infant son of Wm. & C. Luce.
Luce Mary P. Died Jan. 21, 1843 Aged 14 D Daughter of Wm. & C. Luce
Luce William E. Died Feb. 11, 1854 Aged 12 D. Son of Wm. & C. Luce
Photo

Luce Hetty, Died Apr. 8, 1858 Aged 14Y 7M 24D Daughter of Wm. & C. Luce Photo

Mason Benjamin Died Jan. 11, 1890 Aged 87 Y. 7 M. 10 D. Photo

Mason Charles B. Died At Bowling Green K.Y. Mar. 7, 1862 Aged 33Ys 6Mo. 18Ds Co.
-----C. 91 Regt I. V. I. I tried to serve my country.
Photo

Mason Esther Died Mar. 7, 1856 Aged 84Ys 3Mo. 4Ds.
-----Sleep, dear Mother, sleep!
-----Thy work is done.
Photo

Mason Maria L. Died Sep. 29, 1872 Aged 68 Ys 2 Mo. 12 Ds.
-----Sabath Eve.
-----September 29, 1872
-----Second Cor. 5th & 8th Verse
Photo

Mason Oliver E. Died Oct. 9, 1865 Aged 23Ys 4 Mo. 8Ds. Co C. 151 Regt I. V. I.
-----The fight is over. My course is finished.
Photo

May Ezra Co. 5 36 Ind. Inf. Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

May Roswell 1797-1874 (On the top of marker)
May Desdemona 1809-1880. 71y. His Wife
Photo

McCormick J. B. Died Mar 9, 1861 Aged 46 yrs. 3 mon. 11 d. Photo

McCullum Children of S. McCullum
McCullum Ira M. Died 15, 1860 Aged 2Y 9M 11D
McCullum Mary I. Died Nov 20, 1869 Aged 9Y 6M 2D
McCullum Sarah E. Died Nov. 28, 1863 Aged 11Y 11M 1D
Photo
Photo
Photo

McKee John Died Jan 20, 1854 Aged 38 years Photo

McMahan Jane Died Mar. 21, 1860 Aged 15 yrs. 2 mos. 4 ds. Photo

Medler William Civil War Civil War Star: GAR 1861-1865 Photo

Miller Cinora 1872-1875 Photo

Miller Clara 1876-1882 Photo

Miller Cornelious 1848-1931 Father
Miller Malisa Jane 1850-1926 Mother
Photo

Miller John (nothing else on stone) Photo

Mills James May 18, 1881 87y 1m 18d (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Mills Jane Died May 18, 1881 Aged 87 ys 9 Mo & 18 Ds Wife of J. O. Mills Photo

Mills Jedediah Died Sept. 24, 1857 Aged 65Ys. 1Mo. 6Ds. Photo

Mills Samuel 1837-1925
Mills Martha 1838-1924 His Wife
Photo

Mills W. A. Died Apr 20, 1903 Aged 1m 19d Son of W. F. & C. Mills Photo

Minich Harry E. Aug. 14, 1873 1y 11m 14d (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Minick Fred E. 1884-1955 Photo

Minick Oliver B. Aug 30, 1848-D. May 15, 1915
Minick Nettie B. Apr. 3, 1851-D. Nov. 28, 1960 His Wife
Photo

Minnick Eva Maud Died Aug. 23, 1873 Aged 2 mn & 23 d Dau. of O. & N. Minnick Photo

Mitchell Mary A. Died June 21, 1874 Aged 39 Y. 21 D. Wife of J. H. Mitchell Photo

Moorwick J.B. Mar. 9, 1861 16y 5m (No stone found ACGSI listing.)

Moulton Jennie Aug 8, 1862 1y 9m 29d dau of E.C. & A. (No stone found ACGSI listing.)



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