Goshen-Indian Cemetery

Goshen, Ohio

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Goshen-Indian Cemetery is located off Township Road 322 in Goshen, Ohio (Goshen Township, Tuscarawas County). The coordinates are 40° 26' 34.02" N, 81° 24' 40.27" W.

Goshen-Indian Cemetery is no longer active. It is the final resting place of David Zeisberger, a missionary and founder of Gnadenhutten. There are also a few other missionaries and several Indians buried in the cemetery. It's very well maintained, almost all of the gravestones are still standing and in great shape.

A huge thank you to Greg Wells for taking me to this cemetery...even though he wouldn't get out of the car to visit it with me because it was raining! Really though, I truly appreciate all the help he has given me with finding old cemeteries around Tuscarawas County!

To find out more information regarding Native Americans, such as Indian foods, take a look at the website Indians.org.

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