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Entrician Cemetery
Laconia, Harrison County, Indiana

Lat: 38° 01' 46"N, Lon: 86° 06' 22"W
Boone Township, Section 31

Contributed by Gregory Kingsley, May 22, 2004 [okiemo@ix.netcom.com]. Total records = 14.

To reach cemetery drive west 1 mile out of Laconia on Hwy 11, then south on Poplar.

It is not certain who owned and mainained this cemetery at the beginning. May have been an overflow cemetery from the Holliday cemetery 1 mile away. It also may have been a family or a church cemetery.

I have compared my reading with one done on Jun 23, 1940 by Samuel P. Hays and Frederic P. Griffin. This may not be all of the burials.

A cemetery clean-up is in progress, and a more accurate list will be made at that time. I transcribed this list on May 20, 2004. There are many unmarked graves.

- Gregory Kingsley

Behrens, Elizabeth, b. 1814, d. May 22, 1873
Behrens, Jacob, b. 1811, d. May 23, 1873
Burgess, Cloe A., b. Aug 04, 1804, d. Mar 15, 1864
Fulkerson, B. F., b. Sep 15, 1880, d. Apr 14, 1882, son of C and S Fulkerson
Fulkerson, Emily, b. Jun 24, 1828, d. Oct 05, 1905, wife of Peter
Fulkerson, Peter, b. Dec 14, 1828, d. no death
Holliday, Frances, no data, wife of James
Holliday, James T., b. 1857 d. 1930
Kingsley, Cora, b. b. Feb 14, 1877, d. Jun 27, 1888, dau of S. and R. Kingsley
Kingsley, Elizabeth M., b. 1840, d. Mar 12, 1875, wife of Absolom Kingsley
Kingsley, Harrison W., b. Feb 14 1884 d. Sep 20, 1891, son of Simeon and Rachel
Kingsley, Rachel, b. Aug. 1846, d. Jan 15, 1933
Kingsley, Simeon, b. March 25, 1834, d. Jan 14, 1902
Lovell, Susan, b. Aug 17, 1822, d. Oct 14, 1907
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