There are two Marengo Cemeteries. One is the Marengo VILLAGE cemetery located just south of Marengo Village. Take old U.S.-12 which is now Michigan Avenue between Albion and Marshall. At 23 Mile road there is a blinker light. Go SOUTH into the village of Marengo. The Cemetery is at the south limits of the village on the east side of the road, south of the rr tracks, south of the bridge over the river and down about a quarter mile. There is a pioneer Marengo TOWNSHIP cemetery which is located along Michigan Avenue between Marengo village and I-94 Business loop/Marshall. It is on the SOUTH side of Michigan Avenue. Take Michigan Avenue coming out of marshall headed east towards ALbion. Don't curve left with the I-94 Business loop, but veer to the right. Keep on that road which is Michigan Avenue. A few miles on the right you'll see the cemetery and an historical marker out front. There are several Townsends buried in Riverside Cemetery in Albion. Egbert Townsend born 1813-died 1895 in Benton Harbor. William J. Townsend b. 1857 , died 1929 in ALbion, his father was Robert Townsend of England, a William Townsend born in Cornwal England in 1866, died 1941. There was an "Aunt Fanny" Townsend that lived in Albion in 1855-56 or so, and her husband was a cobbler on E. Erie St. There is a small story about them in Dr. Elmore Palmer's Biographical Sketches series, sketch number 36. The reprints are still available at the Albion Chamber of Commerce at 416 S. Superior St. ($15). Hope this information helps. Best of success on your trip. --Frank Passic, Albion Historian.