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Title: Warren County, Indiana Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume II -- Dixon/Foster Cemetery
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**Hint: Use ctrl + f in Firefox to find the name you are looking for** Dixon or Foster Cemetery, Warren County, Indiana Rt. 136 east to first road west of the Oak Grove Motel. If you turn north at the motel you would cross railroad tracks and just on the other side of the tracks is the Foster Grain Co. The cemetery is on the right or west side of the road. It is located in Mound Township, Warren County, Indiana, and it is the eat ½ of Section 31, R9W, T20 N. It contains the graves of at least three pioneers; Joseph Foster and Isaac Switzer, who came in 1828 and George Dixon, Revolutionary War Veteran, who came in 1932. –copied by Grover Williams, 1962 1) Switzer, William M. d.7/30/1872 11m 28d 2) Switzer, Andrew M. d.8/09/1872 1y 7d Children of JC and M 3) Switzer, Bruce, s/o JC and M d.6/10/1872 14y 19d 4) Switzer, Isaac d.7/21/1870 72y 9m 6d 5) Switzer, Sarah A., d/o I and C d.8/17/1834 1y 2m 28d 6) Chenoweth, Thomas F. 1/09/1820-7/31/1857, new stone 8/01/1857 7) Chenoweth, Elizabeth J., w/o T 7/04/1821- 8) Chenoweth, Americus, s/o T and J 9/29/1854-9/21/1894 9) Chenoweth, Florence, d/o T and J 6/22/1857-1/04/1887 10) Lewis, Alice, w/o AB 7/25/1862-1/28/1882 11) Lewis, Mackie, s/o AB and A 1/20/1882-9/01/1882 12) Chenoweth, Thomas F. 1/08/1820-8/01/1857 13) Foster, Joseph d.4/17/1866 71y 24d 14) Foster, Mary, w/o J d.1/03/1861 64y 5m 16d 15) Carpenter, William H., s/o J and RE d.9/02/1871 3y 5m 15d 16) Carpenter, Joseph d.4/12/1878 50y 17) Carpenter, Rachel E., w/o J d.1/23/1892 56y 2m 19d 18) Carpenter, Lydia S. d.3/28/1904 41y 3m 28d 19) Dixon, Polly, w/o Henry d.9/25/1855 57y 6m 20) Dixon, Henry d.9/24/1855 57y 8m 21) Dixon, George, s/o H d.11/3/1841 15y 11m 21d 22) Dixon, Isaac S., s/o H d.9/18/1833 2y 3m 5d 23) Dixon, George, born in Augusta Co., Va. Died in Warren Co., Ind. Revolutionary War Soldier. Volunteered Va. Militia 1777—3 mos. Served Continental Army 1778—6 mos. Engaged spy, Continental Army 1779-1781—2 yrs. 7 mos. U.S. Pension S16764. Back of headstone reads: George Dixon and his wife Veronica Van Bibber 1824, 1788 Peter Dixon, 1789 Eunice Dixon, 1794 Jessie Dixon 1798 Henry L. Dixon 1855, 1800 Olive Dixon Stover 2/17/1754-2/27/1840 85y 24) Dixon, George, s/o Wm M and MJ d.10/13/1865 14y 11m 5d 25) Dixon, Mahala, d/o Wm M. and Marguarite (uari underlined) d.2/27/1854 5y 3m 20d 26) Dixon, William M. 11/20/1823-11/25/1876 27) Dixon, Margrette (ret underlined) J., w/o Wm. M 4/28/1826-1/04/1904 28) Hester, Charles, W., s/o Thos. S and E d.4/30/1858 6y 11m 4d 29) Dixon, Perry E. 9/17/1885-4/26/1906 30) Dixon, Mary Josephine 8/01/1858-4/26/1898 his mother < Perry’s > 31) Foster, Rachel, w/o Wm. d.7/28/1868 62y 4m

Date: 5/30/1986
Origin: Warren County, Indiana Cemetery Inscriptions
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Record ID: 00003112
Type: Cemetery Record
Source Archive: Jenkins-Knowles
Date Entered: 3/23/2011
Collection: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Entered By: Addie Jernagan

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