Ada Cemetery, Ada

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About Ada Cemetery

Located west of the corner of Fulton Street SE (M-21) and Grand River Drive.

Ada Cemetery is the final resting place for Rix Robinson who founded Ada in 1821, and purchased a trading post from Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise who headed North and later retired to Mackinac Island. Rix Robinson was the first Supervisor when Ada was established as a Township in 1838. A large marker marks the spot of Rix Robinson’s grave. Many earlier pioneers who have streets named after them in honor of their memory and for their contributions to the establishment of our beautiful Township are also buried in the Ada Cemetery.

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