Hite Funeral Home has been a fixture in the community of Kendallville since 1949. Throughout the years the Hite family has had the privilege of serving families in Noble County and all of Northern Indiana. This long heritage of passionate and...
Funeral Homes in Huntertown, IN
The Circle of Care best states our philosophy. It is our goal that each family we serve feels as though they are a part of our family and that the decisions made are treated with respect and dignity to best celebrate the life of their loved one....
Young Family Funeral Home, Kendallville Chapel was formerly Berhalter-Hutchins Funeral Home which was established in 1860 and is Kendallville's oldest continuing business.
Young Family Funeral Home, Wolcottville Chapel was formerly Hutchins...
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Facts about the city
Huntertown is a town in Allen County, Indiana, United States. The population was 4,810 at the 2010 census, making it one of the fastest-growing areas in northeastern Indiana, with a population increase of 172 percent since 2000.
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It was located on the Lima Plank Road connecting Lima and Fort Wayne. The record highest temperature was 102°F in July 1846 and the record lowest temperature was -34°F on January 29, 1873. Rapin Andrews began keeping meteorological records on July 17, 1839, and continued until his death 10 years later. The town's weekly newspaper, 'Northwest News', began operations in the summer of 1997 in the former Huntertown State Bank, site of a 1930s robbery by the John Dillinger gang. The Perry Centre Seminary was founded in Huntertown in 1856, only to close five years later when the entire faculty and adult students enlisted in the Union Army.
The official website for the city of Huntertown is http://www.huntertown.org/.
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