Thomas R. Marshall Mausoleum

Restored in 2020, the Thomas R. Marshall Mausoleum, constructed in 1927, is located in Section 72 at Crown Hill Cemetery.

Marshall was a native of Indiana, born and raised in North Manchester and educated at Wabash College. He was a prominent lawyer in Indiana and a very influential member of the Democratic Party. Marshall was elected as the 27th governor for Indiana in 1909. During his time as governor, Marshall was tapped to be a part of the 1912 general election as a vice presidential nominee alongside Woodrow Wilson. After a successful election campaign, Marshall served as the 28th Vice President for two terms (1913-1921) under President Wilson.

A gift from the Whitley County Historical Society helped make the preservation of the Marshall Mausoleum possible.  The Whitley County Historical Museum is located in the former home of Thomas R. Marshall.