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Geetingsville Cemetery
Clinton County, Indiana

Lat: 40° 25' 11"N, Lon: 86° 28' 04"W

North of Hwy 26 on east side of Second Road in Geetingsville IN. It is approximately 6 miles west of Hwy 421, also called Michigan Road. It is on land once owned by pioneer residents, Archibald and Hannah J. (Compton) Chittick.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Oct 09, 2012. Total records = 20.

Contributor's Index:

Chittick, Ada C, b. Jul 31, 1850, d. May 5, 1927, "wife", [AB]
Chittick, Carl V., b. 1891, d. 1962, [AB]
Chittick, Charles F, b. Jan 26, 1876, d. Nov 20, 1936 (frontside), [AB]
Chittick, Dora A., b. Aug 24, 1873, d. Jan 16, 1875, "daughter", [AB]
Chittick, Fern A., b. 1897, d. 1977, [AB]
Chittick, James Alexander, b. Sep 6, 1877, d. May 15, 1941, husband, [AB]
Chittick, Jasper, b. May 1, 1840, d. Apr 29, 1910, [AB]
Chittick, Lorene M, b. Dec 31, 1892, d. Nov 25, 1961, [AB]
Chittick, Lt. James, b. 1914, d. 1944, "in Arlington Nat. Cem.", [AB]
Chittick, Lydie E., b. Oct 25, 1889, d. Jan 22, 1913,"his wife" (frontside), [AB]
Chittick, Matilda Jane Young, b. Aug 16, 1859, d. Jan 1944, wife, [AB]
Chittick, Raymond, b. 1907, d. 1991 (backside), [AB]
Chittick, Robert D., b. 1910, d. 1978 (backside), [AB]
Chittick, Victor Young, b.Dec 5, 1889, d. Jun 20, 1960, [AB]
Chittick, Virginia, 1924, [AB]
Chittick, Walter B, b. Mar 18, 1877, d. Nov 6, 1920, [AB]
Rowe, Alpha O. (Chittick), b. 1878, d. 1968, wife, [AB]
Rowe, Charles C., b. May 18, 1904, d. Apr 16, 1926, s/o J. Leslie Rowe, [AB]
Rowe, J. Leslie, 1874, d. 1957, husband, [AB]
Rowe, Robert L., b. 1907, d. 1970, s/o J. Leslie Rowe, [AB]

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