South Cemetery: Greens Fork, Indiana

To get to the cemetery you would turn south on Main Street in Greens Fork (from U.S. Highway 38), drive south going over the railroad tracks.

Continue south and negotiate the turn from Main Street to South Washington Street and turning south on Mineral Springs Road (road just after the curve). The cemetery is approximately 500 feet from the intersection of South Washington Street and Mineral Springs Road.

You are also able to enter the cemetery from Washington Road (if you continue on South Washington Street and don't turn at Mineral Springs Road you will come to Washington Road and turn south). The cemetery entrance is approximately 200 feet from the intersection of Washington Street and Washington Road.

Tombstone Information

For information about the burials at South Cemetery, visit Find a Grave.

Map

Return to Wayne County, Indiana cemetery listings.

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