Jackson Township
Section 22
39 48 37N Latitude; 86 44 00W Longitude
This cemetery is on private property. Obtain permission from property owner before visiting this cemetery.
Go north of New Maysville on Co Rd 700E one mile to Co Rd 1000N. Turn left on 1000N and go about mile, there the road turns north. Go north about 1/8 mile. Just before the road goes down a small hill, there is a gray house to the left (west). Go west past this house to the fence. Turn north and follow the fence to the woods. Then turn left (west) and go through another field, with the field to your left and the woods to your right. After about 100 yards, the woods will end and there will be an opening in the fence. Go north through this opening and follow the path going north to the northeast corner of the field to the cemetery.
Condition: Fair
Cemetery is in a fenced in area in the woods at the edge of a pasture. The fence is in bad shape. I cut the sapling trees and cleaned the cemetery 2001. I mow the cemetery several times each summer. I reset the leaning stones in 2003 and set a flagpole. My gr gr gr grandfather Madison Keck is buried in the cemetery. He is a veteran of the Civil War and it is important to me this cemetery be maintained
* = computed birth
Birth Death Age
Surname First Name Other inscriptions M D Y M D Y Y M D
KECK Madison         1844     1924      
KECK Deborah C. w/o Madison       1841     1921      
KECK Frederick s/o Madison & Deborah C.   Mar 13 1887 Apr 27 1894      
Also buried in this cemetery per Putnam County Death Records:
KECK Joseph Lewis     Mar 3 1881 Aug   1886      
KECK Daniel Franklin           Aug   1886      
KECK Alfred     Feb 1 1890 Feb 1 1890      
There are at least six more illegible stones and evidence of many more burials