JEREMIAH BOONE




Born: 29 Feb 1760

Died: Oct 1832

Buried: Boone Cemetery, Indian Creek Township, Lawrence County, Indiana

Service: Served in Capt Samuel Kirkham's Co, with Colonel Daniel Boone (a cousin)
Served under George Rogers Clark in the Northwest Indian War. Mustered out in October 1782

Proof: Illinois pay Roll, D 79
Records of the Boone Family Association

Married: 9 May 1787, Stanford, Lincoln County, Virginia (modern Kentucky)
Joyce Neville, b. 14 May 1768; d. 26 June 1861, Martin County, Indiana

Children:
Sarah: Born - 1798, m. Isaac Waggoner, d. 1820
Elijah
Simeon
Charlotte: b. 27 Aug 1784, m. Reuben Mayfield
Mahalah: m. John Dishman
Hannah: b. 5 July 1799 m. Adam Morrow
Noah: b. 20 Feb 1802 ,. Jane Rhodes

Directions: Boone Cemetery
This cemetery is on private farmland in Indian Creek Township in Lawrence County, Indiana.

For permission to crossland to get to cemetery you can call Mr Mickey Kinsen at (812) 834-5568. This is where Jeremiah Boone and his wife Joice Boone are buried. In relation to the Boone family I have also came across the grave of Jonathan Boone a cousin to Daniel Boone out in Crawford County, Indiana.

To get to this farm in Lawrence County, Indiana take State Road 158 from Bedford. Go West 9 miles to Silverville. Turn right (North) at the crossroads blacktop road, go 1.8 miles and the cemetery is on the right up on a hill. You cross three small bridges that are very close together just before you get to your destination on this county road. You have to cross pastureland and a gully and it is about 2/10 of mile to the top of the hill to reach the cemetery. There is a fence around the cemetery, and the cemetery can be seen from the road when the leaves are off the trees.




  • Mrs. Doy Louise Groenenberg, Yakima, WA wrote in 2004


  • "I wanted to pass a picture on to your Chapter. I descend from both Jeremiah Boone and John Short, from your Lawrence Co. patriots list, and the attached is a picture, possibly taken in the '30s, of Jeremiah Boone's headstone (with his wife's next to it), before it became broken. Feel free to make use of it on your site, if you would like.

    I don't know if I could provide any information on these 2 men in particular for your Chapter, but would be happy to do so if anyone is interested".

    Best wishes, Doy


    Information on the family and service was collected by Mrs Frances Lloyd of Vincennes, IN
    Information provided by Caroline Scott Harrison Chapter DAR in Indianapolis, Indiana
    Information provided by Yvonne Lay Logue
    Photos and Directions from Edward E Hitchcock, member of the Daniel Guthrie Chapter SAR Bedford, Indiana

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