The Doctor Line Cemetery

Contributed by Marvin Beatty

Copied by The Rev. William H. Wineinger 1977

French Lick Township

This cemetery is located just off highway 56 and before you get to Hillham from French Lick. It is situated behind the old Dr. Line house which has been refurbished and now occupied by Robert Harrison.

The following is a transcript of data recorded by the Lost River Chapter of the DAR in the 1940's and remains their property.  This page may be freely copied for your personal use but may not be reproduced in any public media without permission

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HOWE, Elizabeth A. 27 March 1851-13 Sept 1882 (Sister of Dr. LINE)
HOWE, John N. no stone (husband of Elizabeth Line)
LINE, Fern 1911-1936
LINE, Florence 1869-1938 (wife of Dr. Line)
LINE, Mary A. d. 1 April 1881, 8 days old
LINE, W.A. 1844-1928
LINE, Walter M. 29 July 1882-25 Oct. 1882 (son of W.A. & M.A. LINE)
LINE, William H. 2 Nov 1909-1 Sept. 1915 (son of W.A. LINE)
POWELL and FLICK no dates
POWELL, James E. 1898-1928
SHIPMAN, Mable 1904-1925 ( dau. of Dora & Luther SHIPMAN)
SHIPMAN, Dora 1877-1913 ( dau. of W.A. LINE)
*WINEINGER, Solomon, no stone

* Rev. Wineinger stated that Solomon Wineinger was an aged man who was very sick but 3 men came and got him out of bed and took him to the polls as a republican to vote. He died before they got him back home. Dr. Line was a democrat but he paid his funeral expenses of $18.00.