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Bendle Cemetery
Swartz Creek, Genesee County, Michigan

bendle cemetery, clayton township, michigan
Bendle Cemetery, Clayton Township, MI
bendle cemetery, clayton township, michigan
Bendle Cemetery, Clayton Township, MI

GPS: 43.02967, -83.86597
Clayton Township, Section 10

Beecher Road
Flushing, MI 48433

Contributed by Len Thomas [mail]
Published: Sep 10, 2008, last edited Sep 27, 2008
Total records: 1,436

Driving Directions

To reach cemetery from Miller Road in Swartz Creek MI drive north on Seymour Road for 5.14 miles, turn left or west onto Beecher Road. The cemetery will be on your left or south side of Beecher Road in .5 mile.

Cemetery History

The Bendle Cemetery was established in the early 1800s, and is operated by Clayton Township. It is an active cemetery and inquiries should be directed to the Township Clerk. The cemetery is well-maintained and evokes nostalgia with so many large trees amid the headstones. The u-shaped driveway provides easy access to the entire cemetery.

Cemetery Records

Records linked below were compiled by Len Thomas in September 2008 using both a 1961 transcription by Merle Perry and from tombstone inscriptions during his own visit to the cemetery. These were further compared to records on file with the Clayton Township Clerk, Sally Lurvey. This also includes records of spouses inscribed on tombstones even if that spouse is not yet deceased.

Legend:
b. = birth date
d. = death date
mar. = married
d/o = daughter of
s/o = son of
w/o = wife of
h/o = husband of
vet. = veteran with no other military information, except the war served
(Name) = name in parenthesis, for women, indicates maiden name

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