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The Dillingham Cemetery is referred to as the Suman Cemetery by the US Geological Survey. The cemetery is located on the west side of Old Indiana 49 (Business Route 49) at the intersection with County Road 750 North, and was originally part of the Olcott Dillingham farm. The cemetery was last read in November 1993 by Eleanor Turpin for the Northwest Indiana Genealogical Society (NWIGS). The cemetery is well-kept despite being inactive; the last known burial occurred in 1944. Note that the controller of the Dillingham Cemetery considers it still open for burials.
It is believed that there are at least six unmarked burials in the Dillingham Cemetery.