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Rob Hill Cemetery
Centerton, Morgan County, Indiana

Lat: 39° 30' 51"N, Lon: 86° 25' 59"W
Clay Twp, Sec 33

Contributed by Jeff Curtis, Aug 25, 2006 [jefftcurtis@earthlink.net]. Total records = 19.

To get to this cemetery from Centerton, you go west on Rob Hill Road from IN Hwy 67. The cemetery is on top of a hill just after the road crosses Sycamore Creek.

Some records indicate the Willow Grove Nazarene Church used to be near the Rob Hill Cemetery.

Recent information from the Morgan County genealogical Society indicates there are no complete stones intact in this cemetery. Even in 1967 the Cowens commented that the cemetery was in poor condition.

I have transcribed, with permission, from work completed in Sep of 1967 by Carl and Janet Cowen, when they read all existing and legible stones.

- Jeff Curtis

Albertson, Angie, b. 1847, d. 1917, wife of Jacob
Albertson, Ida, b. 1880, d. 1965, wife of John D, s/w John D Albertson
Albertson, Jacob, b. 23 Oct 1833, d. 23 May 1897, age: 63y 7m
Albertson, Jacob, d. , Co H 1st Ind H Artil, Military stone
Albertson, John D, b. 1868, d. 1925, Masonic symbol
Albertson, Mary , b. 1900, d. 1954, Lantern Star symbol
Albertson, Rebecca J, b. 1 Jan 1864, d. 21 Aug 1897
Albertson, William A, b. 7 Jul 1872, d. 24 Mar 1873, son of J and A Albertson
Bowen, F. M., no dates, Co H 33rd Ind Inf, Military stone
Collin, Albert, b. 1877, d. Apr 1957, age: 80y 5m 8d
Doyle, Rosetta, b. 1898, d. 1956
Hudson, William, no dates, Co A 28 U.S. Cld Troops, Military stone
Parson, Dudly, b. 15 May 1812, d. 4 Dec 1891
Parson, John H, d. 15 Mar 1885, age: 37y 2m 11d
Parson, Mary A, d. 24 Oct 1874, age: 2m 7d
Parson, Sina, d. 6 Mar ?, age: 22y 1m 1d
Simpson, Edith, b. 1908, d. 1912, s/w Eugene Simpson
Simpson, Eugene, b. 1909, d. 1910
Wieninger, Johanna A, b. 1842, d. 1896
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