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Butler Cemetery
Whitaker, Morgan County, Indiana

Lat: 39° 25' 44"N, Lon: 86° 36' 43"W
Ray Twp, T12N R2W Sec 35

Contributed by Jeff Curtis, Nov 09, 2006 [jefftcurtis@earthlink.net]. Total records = 12.

From SR67 just east of Whitaker, go north on Arthur Rd. (CR 950) for 3.5 miles, jog left at Base Rd., then continue north on Schuler Rd. (CR 1000W) for 0.3 mile to the driveway on the right. The cemetery is about 0.1 mile south of the house.

The cemetery is east of the creek that follows the road, and it is 0.2 mile north of Base Rd., across the creek from Schuler Rd. The house behind which the cemetery is located is abandoned.

This appears to be a very old family cemetery.

I have transcribed, with permission, from work completed in Mar of 1968 by Carl and Janet Cowen, when they read all existing and legible stones.

- Jeff Curtis

Butler, Daisy, b. 3 Oct 1872, d. 3 Dec 1874, Daughter of T. D. and M.S.
Butler, Elizabeth, d. 8 Jun 1892, age: 85y 5m 7d
Butler, Martha, d. 18 Apr 1833, age: 8m 7d, Daughter of Tobias and Sally Butler
Butler, Sally, d. 23 Apr 1828, age: 25y, Third wife of Tobias Butler
Butler, Thomas A, b. 9 Mar 1886, d. 11 Oct 1866, Son of T.D. and M.S.
Butler, Tobias H, b. 29 Feb 1792, d. 8 May 1885
Leas, Capt William J, b. 29 Nov 1824, d. 20 Sep 1863, Co. F 31st Indiana Volunteers, died at the battle of Chicaumauga
Leas, Wm J., d. 1 Oct 1859, age: 7y 8m 11d, Son of Wm J and Catharine C Leas
Reade, Sarah Ann, d. 30 Jun 1852, age: 16y 5m, Daughter of Tobias and Sally Butler
Rogers, Anderson, d. 25 Aug 1859, age: 34y 5m
Rogers, James T., d. 10 Jul 1853, age: 3y 11m 11d, son of A. and E.W. Rogers
Rogers, Richard H, d. 02 Jun 1854, age: 1y 3m 7d, son of A. and E.W. Rogers
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