Cemeteries: Greens Fork, Indiana

South Cemetery
Mineral Springs Road
Board Members:
Myron Moyer, President
Linda Bowman, Secretary
Carolyn Ridge, Treasurer Karen Keaton
Financial Committee: Myron Moyer, Donald Clark, Linda Bowman, Carolyn Ridge

Fairfield Cemetery
Carlos Road North
Board Members:
David Bond, President
Judy (Bond) Cole
Noel Burton, Treasurer
Neil McCoy
Tim Proctor

Sugar Grove Cemetery
6404 Sugar Grove Road
Contact: Marvin Wilson

Special thanks to Jayne Beers of the Clay Township Historical and Preservation Society for providing this information.

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