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Masonic Cemetery records.

Author: Dian Moore; Bill Helling; Dellie Craig; Crawfordsville District Public Library (Ind.)
Publisher: [Crawfordsville, Ind.] : [Crawfordsville District Public Library], [2002.]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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"Crawfordsville, Indiana's Masonic Cemetery was founded in 1866 on South Grant Avenue and was acquired by Oak Hill Cemetery in 1997. Those papers that Oak Hill did not want were given to the Crawfordsville District Public Library. They had been kept in a small stone building on the northwest corner of the cemetery near Grant Avenue. Many had been wet or mouse eaten and clearly some were missing. Paper included  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dian Moore; Bill Helling; Dellie Craig; Crawfordsville District Public Library (Ind.)
OCLC Number: 868902520
Description: 10 volumes ; 29, 23, 37 cm
Contents: v. 1. Burial permits 1921-1959 --
v. 2. Burial permits 1959-1969 --
v. 3. Burial permits 1969-1981 --
v. 4. Foundation orders 1960-1982 --
v. 5. Miscellaneous records --
v. 6. Cash receipts1952-1962 --
v. 7. Cash receipts 1962-1969 --
v. 8. Cash receipts 1969-1971 --
v. 9. Cash receipts 1975-1982 --
v. 10. Index.

Abstract:

"Crawfordsville, Indiana's Masonic Cemetery was founded in 1866 on South Grant Avenue and was acquired by Oak Hill Cemetery in 1997. Those papers that Oak Hill did not want were given to the Crawfordsville District Public Library. They had been kept in a small stone building on the northwest corner of the cemetery near Grant Avenue. Many had been wet or mouse eaten and clearly some were missing. Paper included burial permits, cash receipts, foundation orders, miscellaneous papers (including some out of state permits and certificates) and correspondence. We have abstracted these records onto an electronic database available for use thru the library's services and have made paper indices with entries arranged by name of decedent or in the case of some foundation orders the future decedent. . . Dian Moore, Local History Librarian"--Preface.

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