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Hartland Cemetery
3697 Avon St, Hartland, MI 48353
Established in 1840, this historic cemetery sits on the north side of the Hartland village area across the street fromMore the Cromaine District Library on the west side of Avon Street. The earliest grave stone is of James Whalen from 1834, who along with 11 others from his family were re-buried here around 1975, accoring to the book "Hartland: Weaving the Past with the Present" by the Hartland Historical Society. There are more than 1,000 grave stones in the cemetery, according to the book. Owned by Hartland Township under the care of the public works department, there currently are no plots available.
Parshallville Cemetery
7849 Parshallville Rd, Fenton, MI 48430
Parshallville Cemetery was founded in 1853. But the land was used for burials before it was officially a cemetery; theMore first burial here occurred in 1843. The cemetery was originally part of the Parshallville Baptist Church, but is now maintained by Hartland Township.
Smith Cemetery
3930 Cullen Rd, Howell, MI 48855
Smith Cemetery (also known as Griswold Cemetery) is located on Cullen Road just south of Clyde Road. The oldest knownMore grave is dated 1836. This small historical cemetery is maintained by Hartland Township.
Hodge Cemetery
5500 Fenton Rd, Fenton, MI 48430
The Hodge Cemetery is located on Fenton Road just north of Clyde Road. This cemetery has the only known grave of aMore Revolutionary War soldier in the township. The oldest grave in the cemetery was dated 1847. Grave sites are available for residents for $550 each and for non-residents for $1100 each. Single Columbarium Niches are $250 for residents and $500 for non-residents. Contact the Department of Public Works at Hartland Township for more information.
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