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Neipert Cemetery


Union Township


Gibson County, Indiana
 
Coordinates:  38.25688, -87.55269
Congressional Location: NE-1/4; NE-1/4; SECTION 17; TOWNSHIP 3S; RANGE 10W
Common Directions:

Located  950 feet south of CR 650S, about 0.85 mile east of US 41.  No road access.  Private property -- contact owner for permission to visit.  

Last updated
  23 Mar 2016

The following list is an attempt to show all known graves from photographs, census, marriage and other genealogical records.  However, there definitely are other graves which are unknown due to missing, unreadable, destroyed and/or broken markers.  Photos taken 18 March 2016.  Located with the assistance of Gary Seibert.
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Surname
Given Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Notes & Inscriptions
Photos
Section
Row
Neipert Charles
22 Aug 1864
27 May 1865
Son of Louis & Henrietta (SIDLE) NEIPERT.

Aged: 9 mos. 6 dys.
Headstone not found 18 Mar 2016.
N/A
N/A
Neipert
Theodore
13 May 1866
16 May 1866
Son of Louis & Henrietta NEIPERT.

Aged: 4 dys.

N/A
N/A
Neipert
William
2 Aug 1859
25 Apr 1888
Son of Louis & Henrietta NEIPERT.
N/A
N/A
Weber
Catherine
28 Nov 1797
18 Jan 1856
Possibly a wife of George B WEBER.
Headstone not found 18 March 2016.


Weber
George B
28 Nov 1804
9 Mar 1871
Aged:  69 yrs. 3 mos. 11 dys.


Unknown



Base of monument.  Top can not be found. Falling into grave depression.


Unknown



Base of monument.  Top can not be found.  Sinking into grave depression.


Unknown



Base of small monument.  Top can not be found.  Along outside of east fence line


The burial area is still surrounded by remains of a cast iron fence which was in once in an approximate square of 400-500 sq. ft.  Most remaining stones are inside the fence, one base was found along the east side of the fence.  Very dangerous area due to animal burrows, erosion and perhaps some human excavation. 



View of two Neipert headstones from inside south edge of cemetery enclosure.
View of two Neipert headstones from near south edge of cemetery enclosure.
View of large depression from near south edge of cemetery enclosure.
View looking northwest to area of cemetery.