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Indiana Historical Bureau

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Brock Cemetery

Location: SR 135 at Brock Creek bridge, SW corner, 0.5 mile north of Salem. (Washington County, Indiana)

Erected with donations by the Washington County Cemetery Commission, 1982

ID# : 88.1981.1


Located 40 rods west of this spot. Est. before 1812. Salem's early settlers are buried here including Brocks, Kemps, Hendersons; also John Zink, a ranger with Col. Dawalt, fatally wounded by Indians after the Pigeon Roost Massacre.


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