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"This little burial lot is situated about two miles north of Logansport and twenty rods east of the Kewanna pike on the old Shields farm, in the southwest quarter of section 13, Noble township, and not a half mile west of the Horney burial ground. Joshua Shields entered this land in an early day and like many pioneers entombed his dead on some elevated spot under the boughs of the forest trees that surrounded his lonely cabin home.
This lot is enclosed with a fence and a few evergreen trees decorate the surroundings."
"History of Cass County Indiana", Jehu Z Powell, 1913.