Marengo Pioneer Cemetery

Marengo Pioneer Cemetery

This site on Territorial Road was a gift of Seeley Neal (1778-1862) from 640 acres acquired from the government in 1831. Neal, a veteran of the War of 1812, built the first log house in the township. His was the first family to locate in the settlement later named by him, Marengo. He built a sawmill on the Kalamazoo River, and was a member of the commission that helped survey the Territorial Road.
photo of Marengo Pioneer Cemetery

Registered Site L0001
Erected 1959

Location: Twenty-one Mile Road south of West Michigan Avenue
Marengo, Calhoun County

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Latitude: 42.2749590, Longitude: -84.8871088

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