ELLIS-FISHER-MOORE CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS,
MORAL TWP., SHELBY COUNTY
Located abt 2 miles north
of Intrerstate highway 74 on Shoestring Pike
ELLIS, Margaret Lucinda d. 5-1-1851 age 1
Andrew d. 3-23-18551 age 6y
Frank d. 9-30-1856 age 39y 6m 2d
CLEAVER, Margaret b. 11-27-1804: d. 5-4-1866
MOORE, Naomi, wife of Samuel d. 18-14-1889 age 69y 20d
FISHER, Thomas Wilson 1814-1894
Elizabeth Batterton 1825-1900
Henry Co. E, 132d Ind. Infantry
Submitted by Sherry Davis-Ellis
The Shelbyville Republican
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kissling, of St. Louis, Missouri, are in Shelbyville, placing gravestones at the graves of Mrs. Kissling’s parents, who were buried in a small cemetery four miles north of Fairland, over forty years ago.
Wednesday October 3, 1938
CEMETERY IS CLEANED BY MR. AND MRS. KISSLING
Locate Graves of Parents in Old Cemetery
Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Fisher, who have children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in several states, including Washington, California, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois and Indiana.
The cemetery is being cleaned with the thought in mind that it may have perpetual care.
They located the graves by a stone placed by the war department over seventy-four years ago at the grave of Henry Fisher, a son.
[Fisher Cemetery, located in Moral Township]
Submitted by Barb Huff
Find A Grave