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 Cemeteries of Pittsfield Township, Michigan (MI)

Pittsfield has three historic cemeteries, one of which is no longer extent. These cemeteries are:

  • Crittenden Cemetery (originally at Bemis and Carpenter roads; all graves and stones have been removed)
  • Harwood Cemetery (southeast corner of Textile and Campbell roads) The first burial occured here in 1824. For additional information and photographs, please see: Pittsfield Township Central Burying Ground
  • Old Negro Burying Ground, an unidentified cemetery location described as being south of Ellsworth Road and east of Carpenter Road.
  • Terhune Pioneer Cemetery (north of Packard, east of Platt, and south of Washtenaw; now in Ann Arbor; the first burial occured here in 1825)
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