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Taylor Chapel Cemetery

On Sunday we visited Taylor Chapel Cemetery, located on the outskirts of Jackson County, Indiana. It borders the Brown County State Park, making it seem like you’ve traveled a great distance into the wilderness (although it’s only about 20 minutes from Seymour). Hidden away in trees and on

A Beautiful Resting Place

Today I’m going to share one of the more unique cemeteries, if not my favorite, that I’ve been to… the Moravian Cemetery in Hope, Indiana. With over 3,000 graves the cemetery is quite large, set on rolling hills with large trees and a peaceful little rock

The Grave in the Middle of the Road

Nancy Kerlin Barnett died on December 1, 1831 and was laid to rest in a small cemetery on a hill overlooking Sugar Creek in Johnson County, Indiana. Eventually, a road was put in near to the cemetery, but all was still well. The trouble started