List of cemeteries in Warren County, Indiana
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This is a list of cemeteries in Warren County, Indiana.
|Armstrong||Medina||Established in 1848 and located just west of Armstrong Chapel. George D. Wagner, Indiana state representative elected in 1856 and a colonel during the Civil War, is buried here.|
|Baltimore||Mound||430468||Located on West Baltimore Hill Road, next to Rodgers. The town of Baltimore was located near here in the 1800s.|
|Bethel||Warren||430897||Located approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Indiana State Road 55, on the north side of County Road 250 North.|
|Brier / County Farm||Liberty||431521|
|Briscoe / Keyes||Pine||431534||Located just northeast of the site of the defunct town of Brisco.|
|Bussell / Jones||Pine||437086||Located near the county meridian, on the south side of Indiana State Road 26 west of Pine Village. Stones here date from 1837 to 1961.|
|Davis / Kochert||Medina||433347|
|Highland||Washington||436156||Located on the northeast side of Williamsport.|
|Hillside||Washington||436224||Located on the northeast side of Williamsport, just to the southeast and across the railroad from Highland Cemetery. James Frank Hanly, Governor of Indiana from 1905 to 1909, is buried here.|
|Independence||Warren||436724||Located just to the north-northwest of the town of Independence. Zachariah Cicott, the county's first non-indigenous settler, is buried here.|
|Irish Catholic||Steuben||This Irish Catholic cemetery contains 42 marked graves and is the burial place of many of the Irish who had once worked on the railroads and had later worshiped at the Catholic Church at Marshfield.|
|Jordan||Jordan||437111||The earliest marker here is dated 1850.|
|Locust Grove||Prairie||Located about 2 miles (3.2 km) northeast of the town of Tab and was established in 1830. Locust Grove Church was built just north of this cemetery in 1893.|
|Lyons||Steuben||438442||Lyons Cemetery was in use from 1839 through 1932.|
|Masonic||Kent||439492||Sometimes incorrect listed as "Mosonic".|
|Old Gopher Hill / Butterfield||Kent||Defunct. Approximately 30 graves were here, including one or two of William Henry Harrison's soldiers and members of the Butterfield family. This cemetery was destroyed in the 1920s.|
|Robb / Baumgartner||Washington||442133||Stones here date back to 1831.|
|Rodgers||Mound||442243||Located on West Baltimore Hill Road, next to Baltimore. Sometimes incorrectly listed as "Roger".|
|Shanklin Hill||Pike||443283||This cemetery, and the hilly road upon which it is located, is sometimes incorrectly listed as "Shankland Hill".|
|West Lebanon||Pike||445781||Located on the southeast edge of the town of West Lebanon, this cemetery holds the grave of a Revolutionary War soldier named Richard Biddlecomb, along with a group of Civil War veterans in a circle surrounding a flag pole, the focus of the annual Memorial Day service.|
- A History of Warren County, Indiana. Warren County Historical Society. 1966.
- A History of Warren County, Indiana (175th Anniversary Edition). Warren County Historical Society. 2002.
- United States Geological Survey. "Geographic Names Information System: Cemeteries in Warren County, Indiana". Retrieved 2012-03-15.