Site updated August 25, 2012 - Thank you to Robert Ponda Sr. who helped me with updating this site with the newer burials and sent us these great photos to honor our loved ones Memorial Day weekend 2012.
History : Union Mills Cemetery location - Twp 35 N R3-W
and in Section 9 of Noble Township. This cemetery was established in
1838. Some of the oldest known burials located are: John Ripple died 10
July 1836 at age 39 yrs, Carlton R. Mills died 1 Sept. 1835 age 1 mo.
15 day who was the son of Ed & N. A. Mills and also Sarah
Byrant who's dates show 18 Nov 1839 to 29 Jan 1841, the daughter of
Benjamin and Alfa (Benedict) Bryant.
Section - Several
years back, the Pioneer Cemetery Commission met with the sexton at
Union Mills. Notes and listings were compared and the old DAR listing
incorporated the known burials of the day for an updated list. The
original rows were observed and listings up to the 1980's incorporated
into what appears on this site as "Old Time Burials". Being
Genealogy based, older burials and evidence there of is
our largest concern in the Research and Cemetery Association of La
Porte County. However as a courtesy to those in the area and
living out of town, we have placed the newer 1st and 2nd Addition
listings on line.
Fritz A Stuck, Sexton for Union Mills Cemetery Born 1
Apr 1842 and killed 17 Jan 1910. Ref: Indianapolis Star, January 18,
1910 - Speaks of Mr. Stuck, who was the Sexton for the Union Mills
Cemetery. On his way home after working at the cemetery, he was struck
and killed by the Piere Marquette train on January 17, 1910. Mr. Stuck
was born in Germany and had immigrated in about 1883. He left a widow
and one son behind.
Some of the family names of older burials in this cemetery are: Allison, Aker, Anderson, Andrews, Ash, Backus, Bailey, Baker, Beahm, Bellmore, Bennett, Berridge, Billington, Bishop, Block, Blodget, Booth, Bose, Bowes, Brandy, Brough, Brown, Bryant, Burch, Callison, Campbell, Canfield, Carroll, Case, Chambers, Clark, Crance, Croup, Dahll, Davis, Decker, Deets, Denison, Dunham, Dunn, Eaton, Edmison, Eliott, Ellis, English, Ewing, Fenner, Fessenden, Fox, Fredrickson, Garman, Garton, Geisler, Glassman, Goff, Goldsmith, Gotwalt, Graw, Grover, Gruver, Hall, Harding, Harsen, Hart, Harvey, Havlin, Hawkins, Hockney, Hoffman, Hotchkiss, Houseman, Howell, Hyatt, Hyde, Ireland, Keith, Kelley, Kimmel, Knight, Koontz, Lawrence, Lawson, Learn, Lewis, Linard, Lindsey, Lock, Logan, Looker, Loomis, Lybarger, Mandeville, Markham, Martin, McLane, Mc Clung, McPherson, Mecum, Merriam, Miller, Mitchell, Mock, Moore, Moulton, Mulloy, Mun, Myers, Nickell, Noland, Northam, Norton, O'Donnel, O'Hara, Palmer, Pash, Patrick, Patrie, Petsch, Petty , Pike, Powell, Pratt, Ragle, Rambo, Rank, Reich, Richardson, Richman, Ripple, Robbins, Robinson, Rogers, Ruple, Russell , Scarborough, Selby, Sellers, Shaw, Simpson, Spaeth, Spaulding, Starrett, Steinberger, Stephenson, Stevenson, Swett, Swift, Taylor, Terrey, Terry, Tilbury, Titus, Toyne, Truax, Turner, Underwood, Unger, Wakeman, Way, Wells, Wendt, West, Wheaton, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Windle, Wooley, Worden, Wynant, Zarr, Ziegler, Zigler.
2nd Addition - Not sure when the second addtion was purchased or came into being. If we go by the oldest date of a stone, I found one as early as 1942.
IMPORTANT NOTE:The first group shown is older listings, done in row order. -
Would be happy to hear from those of you who have information on the "Old time" burials within this cemetery.
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|Old Time Burials - no map drawn - Note Google Map below|
1 to 9 West Side
(Old Section) Reading starts at Fence Line & W800 South - Front portion of Cemetery
10 to 15 West side
(Old Section Continued) - Front Portion of Cemetery
Middle West Rows - Row 1
(Old Section) Starts at West Dr to East Dr. - Front Portion of Cemetery
|Newer Burials Found in 1st and 2nd Additions|
Middle East Rows - Row 1 - Also see
(Part of 1st Addtion - newer 1st Addition 1isting)
Middle East Rows 9 to 17 - Also see
(Part of 1st Addtion - newer 1st Addition 1isting)
Side Rows 1 to 3 - Also see
(Part of 2nd Addtion - newer 2nd addition Listing
2012 - Newer Sections from Sexton
(1st Addition) & Newest Addition (2nd Addition)
Try using our Search Engine on the top left side of our LaPorte County Index page to locate burials.
Need a photo - email us!
|1st Addition||1st Addition||1st Addition||1st Addition||1st Addition|
|1 - 5||6 - 11||12 - 16||17-21||22 - 27|
|28 - 32||33 - 37||38 - 43||44 - 48||49 - 53|
|54 - 59||60 - 64||65 - 69||70 - 75||76 - 80|
|81 - 86||87 - 92||93 - 97||98 - 103||104 - 109|
|110 - 115W||115E - 120||121 - 126||127 - 131||132 - 137|
|138 - 143||144 - 149||150 - 155||156 - 161||162 - 166|
|167 - 172||173 - 178E||178W - 183||184 - 189||190 - 195|
|196 - 201||202 - 207||208 - 212||213 - 215||end 1st Add.|
Blocks, Lots & Graves
||Listing current up to
|31||32||33 NONE||34 NONE||35|
|36 NONE||37 NONE||38||39||40|
on Maps Below for Larger Image
(1st Addition forms an L around the older section and the 2nd addition runs along side the first addition
note labels on map)
Google Map of Union Mills Cemetery
Original Maps below Created by: Robert Ponda Sr. and Illustrated by: Richard Blissmer
|1st Addition Map||2nd Addition Map|
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