Jacob Hively Cemetery, Whitley County, Indiana
The Jacob Hively Cemetery of Whitley County, Indiana is a private cemetery located about 100 yards east of CR 50 W, and one half mile north of CR 500 N. Jacob Hively was the head of one of the seven families that came together from Ohio to Thorncreek Township in 1836. The farm he bought was the southwest quarter of Section 9. The family burial site was made in the northwest corner of the farm. In 1960 three substantial gravestones were standing but there were several sunken graves noted without markers. At present all stones have been removed and the area is now a cultivated field. [from Nellie Raber's "Eternal Cities of Thorncreek"] The cemetery can be found by the following legal description: S9 T32N R10E.
The data was compiled and generously contributed by Jim Cox and Penny L. Baughman North. It is used here with permission.
|Surname||First Name||Date of Birth||Date of Death||Notes|
|Hively||Charles||6-17-1869||9-10-1870||s/o JP & MM|
|Hively||Jacob||9-15-1841||9-28-1841||s/o J & D|
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