Ingham County Home Cemetery
Okemos, Ingham County

Ingham County Home Cemetery Sign

The Ingham County Home Cemetery is located at 3860 Dobie Road, Okemos, Michigan.
(Located next to the Ingham County Medical Care Facility on the South side.)

This cemetery was used to bury residents of the Ingham County Poor Farm from the late 1800s until the early 1940s.
These people lived in the Poor Farm because they were unable to care for themselves.  Their tombstones are a reminder
of their lives and the place that they called "home".


(Click on the underlined links to view the tombstone photograph)

Text & Description (Click this Link for Description, Photo Link for Image)Photo LinkDateSubmitter
Ingham County Home Cemetery SignImage 196KAug 2006Terri Vance
Bates, William Image 126KAug 2006Terri Vance
Black, Charles Image 162KAug 2006Terri Vance
Cain, Thomas Image 142KAug 2006Terri Vance
Flapeer, Anna Image 156KAug 2006Terri Vance
King, Mary Image 143KAug 2006Terri Vance
Mckinney, M. D. Image 151KAug 2006Terri Vance
Trickey, George Image 162KAug 2006Terri Vance
Woodford, John Image 150KAug 2006Terri Vance
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