Pace Robinson Cemetery
Lat 38 30' 25" N  Long 86 41' 31" W
This cemetery has also been called Robinson - Pace Cemetery or just Robinson Cemetery.  The land on which this cemetery lies originally belonged to Edward Pace, a son of Francis and Mary Robinson Pace. Some of the earliest burials here were Pace children.  By 1850 most Pace families had moved west. Edward died 1850 in Missouri

To reach this cemetery from Hillham, take Hillham Norton Rd South 3/4 mile to CR 875N. CR 875 ends 1/8 mile at farm gage. The cemetery is located approximately 1/2 mile east on private land. Permission Required. Access is through pasture and field. The land slopes upward and footing may be uneven. There is  no roadway.

These inscriptions were read in 1933, 1987, and 2003 by George W. Milburn, William Henderson Wininger, Marvin Beatty, Deborah Silvera and Dubois County Genealogical Society. I read and photographed the rapidly deteriorating stones in 2005 and 2006. Previous transcriptions are referenced where applicable to provide a more complete listing.
The present
farm owner keeps the site mowed and accessible. He told me that as a boy, on Memorial Day, he remembers seeing American flags in an area of the cemetery where there are no visible stones or remnants. Where no photo  is shown, data from previous transcriptions has been used. There are many grave sites with no stones. Mr. Milburn  stated in 1933 that there were about 50 unmarked graves. Many markers in this cemetery are made of whetstone or "Hindostan Slate". It is an
extremely hard material comprised of conpressed layers of river silt, quarried near Hindostan, Martin County. The layers sometimes separate, which may acccount for some of the "blank" markers below.

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Last NameFirst NameBornDiedOtherPhoto
BatyAaron W.3/7/1865Photo
BatyWilliam Elwood2/16/1874Photo
BlackgraveHarrison9/20/18502/4/1856Photo
BlackgraveLouisa6/29/18425/9/1843(From earlier transcription)No Marker
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CharnesSusannah12/24/18109/3/1875Photo
CarrelMary8/24/17901/26/1875Photo
CharensWilliam12/19/185511/28/1861Photo
CharnesJosiah1/17/181012/22/18855Photo
CollinsMary M.3/12/185720y 1m 21dPhoto
CrowderTwo InfantsPhoto
CrowderAlice E.7/12/18642/26/1898Photo
CrowderEmmet E.4/9/183510/26/1903Photo
CrowderEva D. Kirkland8/20/18422/21/1931Photo
CrowderJacob4/13/1867Photo
CrowderSusanah8/25/1869Photo
CrowderWhittie10/29/18396/6/1920Photo
EG. E.Photo
EmmonsHarvey11/1/1861Photo
EmmonsInfant2/2/18662/2/1866Photo
EmmonsInfant11/2/1840Photo
EmmonsLydia11/2/18492/2/1863No Marker
EmmonsSamuel9/11/1861Photo
EvansAndrew C.Son of F.F. & M.J.Photo
GrahamEffie7/18/18908/10/1940Photo
GrahamEliza1/5/18628/28/1902Photo
GrahamHouris1/12/19147/18/1914Photo
HankinsEdward P.2/2/18444/7/1844Photo
HankinsRichard S. T.4/10/18523/11/1853Photo
HaysGeoPhoto
JacksonJohn S.11/30/18388/25/1843Photo
JonesHenryFrom earlier transcriptionNo Marker
JonesJamesFrom earlier transcriptionNo Marker
JonesOra Belle18821969Photo
JonesRodolphus18761967Photo
JonesSusanFrom earlier transcriptionNo Marker
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KirklandElizabeth3/17/185411/20/1865Photo
KirklandElizabeth12/13/1863From earlier transcriptionNo Marker
KirklinElizabeth5/17/181810/7/1855Photo
Letty8/6/1869Photo
LineGeorge E.9/20/18772y 4m 19dPhoto
Milburn1862From earlier transcriptionNo Marker
MilburnDavid2/15/18236/4/1894Photo
MilburnJulia Ann Wineinger 8/16/18264/12/1923 Photo
PaceInfant.12/24/18441/28/1848Photo
PaceJ. A.18371838Photo
PaceMary6/11/18516/28/1851Photo
PaceWilliam K.8/9/18468/30/1846Photo
RussellEliza Jane1/21/1878Photo
ScarlettInfant1841Photo
SimmonsBenjamin12/14/18178/4/184426y 1m 21dPhoto
SimmonsEdward Person8/23/18268/15/184519y 15dPhoto
SimmonsElizabeth5/6/183811/10/1843Photo
SimmonsHannah10/19/18218/6/1842Photo
SimmonsHenrietta10/30/180910/2/1846Wife of Moses SimmonsPhoto
SimmonsJane3/9/18075/17/1842Wife of Moses SimmonsPhoto
Simmons.John11/17/177112/12/1846Photo
SimmonsLucretia Ann4/22/184211/15/1843Photo
SimmonsMargery Melinda5/25/18458/26/1846Photo
SimmonsMartha A.11/5/18459/26/1846Photo
SimmonsMary5/19/17899/6/1844Photo
SimmonsMary A.8/18/18478/31/1869Photo
SimmonsMary C.4/28/18423/6/1843Photo
SimmonsMary E.1/8/18362/16/1843Photo
SimmonsMoses1/1/18246/19/1844Photo
SimmonsRebecca4/17/179510/19/1843Photo
SimmonsWilliam D. 6/12/182411/18/1872Photo
SimmonsWilliam T.7/16/18669/3/1866Photo
SpeaksWilliam Franklin8/18/18508/5/1854Photo
WilliamsPercillaFrom previous transcriptionNo Marker
WineingerAlexander7/22/1869About 72 yearsPhoto
WineingerElizabeth Derrick1/18/182510/27/1854Photo
WineingerElizabeth4/11/18525/14/1852Photo
WineingerElizabeth12/13/1863From previous transcriptionNo Marker
WineingerGeorge Washington4/9/178612/12/1848Photo
WineingerMargery Pace3/4/17888/19/1859Photo
WineingerHenry L.6/2/18696/19/1870Photo
WineingerHenry17991/21/1874Photo
WineingerHenry1/7/18591/19/187?From previous transcriptionNo Marker
WineingerJesse1/9/184712/14/1866Photo
WineingerStephen8/31/184312/14/1866Photo
WineingerJohn A.11/5/18576y 5dPhoto
WineingerJude Ann4/26/18587m 19dPhoto
WineingerMargrie A.5/4/18394/24/1877Photo
WiningerIsaac M,12/12/184012/22/1861Photo
WiningerJames K.9/2/18644/15/1865Photo
WiningerLouiza Eliza Damewood2/22/18202/3/1856Photo
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