Finch Cemetery

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The late-1800s Finch Cemetery at the Jay County Conservation Club is said to hold the grave of a boy named Cinderella. Rumor has it that the gravestones here shift, or disappear. If you count the gravestones on the way to Cinderella’s grave, you will count 13. But on the way back, there are only 11.

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Geographic Information

6243 S 325 W
Portland, IN 47371
United States

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40.34817021516737, -85.04084444059117
Jay County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Ridgeville, IN (4.1 mi.)
Redkey, IN (5.7 mi.)
Portland, IN (6.8 mi.)
Dunkirk, IN (9.1 mi.)
Salamonia, IN (9.5 mi.)
Saratoga, IN (10.0 mi.)
Albany, IN (11.1 mi.)
Pennville, IN (11.5 mi.)
Farmland, IN (12.0 mi.)
Winchester, IN (12.6 mi.)


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