Cemetery notes and/or description: "For many years this was known as the Dillman graveyard, from the fact that Daniel Dillman was the owener of, and lived on the adjoining farm. Prior to this, however, Samuel Lowman, who had entered the land, laid out a burial ground in the early thirties and it has been used for burial purposes ever since, but, like most of the early cemeteries, deeds were never made or recorded; until June 10, 1890, when S.F. Dillman, son of D. Dillman, conveys one and a half acres of land in the southeast quarter of section 28 to David Young, S. McLain, and D. Hopkins, trustees of Corinth Brethren in Christ church (Progressive Dunkards), (Rec. 47, p. 519). This organization erected a church soon after and controls management of the adjoining cemetery, which was included in the above conveyance. The ground is platted, but not recorded."
"History of Cass County Indiana" Dr. Jehu Z. Powell 1913