Granville Cemetery, Wayne Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana

In April of 2006, the following photographs were taken during a visit to the Granville cemetery site in Wayne Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The Granville cemetery is one of Indiana's pioneer cemeteries that is purposely permitted to sustain prairie grasses and is designated as a nature preserve by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Periodically, these prairie grass preserves are subjected to controlled burning. This site was burned in March of 2006.

The links to pages that follow include graphic images of human remains strewn about the surface of this poorly cared for cemetery.

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Granville cemetery
Granville cemetery historical marker

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Southwest  corner facing East
Southwest corner facing East
Southwest corner facing North
Southwest corner facing North
Northwest corner facing South
Northwest corner facing South
Northwest  corner facing East
Northwest corner facing East
Northeast corner facing West
Northeast corner facing West
Northeast corner facing South
Northeast corner facing South
Southeast  corner facing North
Southeast corner facing North
Southeast corner facing West
Southeast corner facing West



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