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Cedar Hill Cemetery

Location: E. Summit & N. Maple Streets, Corydon. (Harrison County, Indiana)

Erected 1966 by Cedar Hill Cemetery Committee

ID# : 31.1966.4

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First burials date back to founding of Corydon 1808. Col. Thomas L. Posey, a public minded citizen, donated the original ground to the Town of Corydon for burial purposes. The Farquar family added a small addition and the remainder of the cemetery was part of the Kintner-McGrain farm of Cedar Glade. Cemetery contains graves of veterans of all wars starting with the American Revolution; also graves of Confederate soldiers killed or died following Battle of Corydon, July 9, 1863. Maintained by Town of Corydon.

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Cemetery, Military