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Bacon
Bethel - Airport
Beth-El Zedeck
Bucksot
 
 
Be sure to check out the Genealogical Society of Marion County's Web site for Cemeteries! 

Not included in the below listed book, but listed offsite:

    Interment.net -
Marion County, IN

 
Interment.net


Lick Creek Cemetery (a/k/a Blackwell Cemetery) - Interment web site

From the History of Indianapolis and Marion County, by B. R. Sulgrove,

"The Lick Creek Baptist Church (the first church in the township) was organized at the house of David Fisher (now the Ritzinger farm), in the spring of 1826, by Abram Smock.  Among its original members were David Fisher and wife, John Chinn and wife, William Gott and wife, Thomas Bryant and wife, James Turner and wife, and James R. McLaughlin and wife.  A church edifice was built within one year after the organization, and also established a burial-ground in connection with the church.  The first person interred in this ground was David Judd, Oct. 17, 1827.  The second interment was that of Richard Ferree, a lad about ten or twelve years old, who was killed by the overturning of a cart, the first death by accident or violence in Perry township."

[I note that this is not a complete listing based on my work on Township Histories.  For one, Thomas Smock is not listed as buried here, and the Township History indicates he was buried there.] 
 
 
 

 I Dream of Genealogy
[This site also does not list Thomas Smock, so I'm not clear that it is a full listing.] 
 


City Cemetery
transcribed by Denise Wells

    Location:  On Kentucky Avenue, between West street and the river.

    Of the establishment of this Cemetery, and other principal facts of its history mention is made on page ____ of the historical sketch in the first part of this volume.

    It was, until the opening of Crown Hill Cemetery, the principal burial ground of Indianapolis.

    The original tract consisted of but four acres.  as need arose for more space, several additions were made by incorporated companies, the City having only a sort of general administrative supervision over these additions, and the expenses of of [sic] keeping the grounds in repair being borne by the proprietors and lot owners.

    The site is a favorable one, and the added ornaments, in the matter of shade trees, shrubbery, drives, etc., extensive; but since the opening of Crown Hill Cemetery, the City Cemetery has fallen into comparative disuse.

    The names of many of the prominent citizens of by-gone days are recorded on the memorial stones here; among others that of Ex-Governor Whitcomb.

    With the exception of about one hundred, the lots are all sold; but less than half of them are occupied, as yet, by graves.

    There is no record of the number of interments in this cemetery.

    Of the additions to the cemetery, the principal are as follows:

    The Union Cemetery, consisting of five acres, laid off in February, 1834, by Nicholas McCarty, Sr., Isaac Coe, James Blake, James M. Ray and John G. Brown.

    The next addition, consisting of seven and one-half acres, was laid off by E. J. Peck, Esq., President of the Terre Haute and Indianapolis Railway Company, in February, 1852.

    In September, 1838, a Philadelphia company, under the name of Siter, Price & Co., laid off a third addition, embracing two out lots of the city, which was called Green Lawn Cemetery.

    The original grounds and the several additions above mentioned, are in one inclosure [sic], and are collectively called The City Cemetery.  The entire area of this cemetery is about twenty-five acres.

Holloway, W. R., Indianapolis, a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Railroad City, a Chronicle of Its Social, Municipal, Commercial and Manufacturing Progress, with Full Statistical Tables, © 1870, pp. 261-262.

Crown-Hill Cemetery
transcribed by Denise Wells

   
Location:  Two miles north-west of the city limits.

    The dates of the establishment, dedication, etc., of Crown-Hill Cemetery, with the names of the incorporators and managers, are stated in the general historical sketch, page 125.  (See Chapter XIII, Third Period - to 1871 to be entered under history section.)

    The total area of the grounds is three hundred and forty-nine acres.  The location is the most beautiful and appropriate for the purpose in the vicinity of the city; and its superiors anywhere are very few.  It takes its name from that of the only considerable eminence near the city.  The grounds would appear to have been especially ordained by nature for the purpose of a last resting place.  They combine the attraction of a rural cemetery with convenience of distance from the city limits.  A turnpike road is on the west line, and another on the east; while a street railway to the main entrance brings it within a half hour's ride of the city.  The grounds are cut by small ravines into undulations of convenient size for sections; and the carriage-roads are so surveyed and laid out as to take advantage of this feature.  The sections, therefore, vary in size and figure, and the winding roads aid in producing a picturesque effect.

    It has been the usage, in other principal cemeteries, to lay off the space in square or rectangular lots, without regard to the configuration of the ground; imparting a certain monotony of aspect, which is obviated here by sections of multiform figures, and various size.  This not only varies the aspect of the grounds, but brings about "that true fraternity and comity of interests between the rich and poor which should especially prevail in the city of the dead."

    Large and magnificent lots, valued at thousands of dollars, are joined by small plots which are within the means of the humblest citizens; and the elaborate and costly monuments on the former add greatly to the beauty of the more unpretentious memorial stone on the latter.  Every section contains its large lots, and small and cheap ones also; and each presents attractions for all classes, so that there can never be a separation of the Cemetery into divisions for different classes.

    A section of the cemetery, on a beautiful and commanding knoll, is set apart for a resting place for the Union soldiers who died while on duty in this city, or whose remains have been brought here for interment.

    To the natural beauties of the grounds, in their picturesque undulations and abundance of forest trees, individual taste and affection have added (under judicious regulations by the managers), the ornaments of evergreens and flowering plants.  Inclosures [sic] of lots have been forbidden, as marring the appearance of a cemetery, and tending with the rust and decay of time, to disfigure rather than to beautify.

    The tendency, in so many cemeteries, to too great a profusion of shrubbery and shade trees, which excludes sunlight, and makes the grounds dark and damp, is confined within judicious limits here.

    The Cemetery is a public institution in which every person who purchases a burial plot has as great an interest as any of the incorporators or managers -- the second of the articles of incorporation being as follows:  "The distinct and irrevocable principle on which this association is founded, and to remain forever (except as hereinafter allowed), is that the entire funds arising from the sale of burial lots and the proceeds of any investment of said funds, shall be and they are specifically dedicated to the purchase and improvement of the grounds for the Cemetery, and keeping them durably and permanently inclosed [sic], and in perpetual repair through the proper management of the same; and that no part of such funds shall, as dividends, profits, or in any manner whatever, inure to the corporation."

    The exception provided for in the foregoing article is the provision of the thirteenth article, that "after twenty-five years shall have expired from the organization of this corporation, by a vote of twenty-five of the incorporators living in the county of Marion, Indiana, and after a fund has accumulated which will amply and permanently provide for the preservation, sustaining and ornamenting the Cemetery, such alteration may be made, at any annual meeting, in the principles and limitations of these articles as that out of the surplus funds of this Cemetery or association, contributions and appropriations may be made by the managers in aid of the poor of Indianapolis."

    The success of the enterprise will appear from a comparison with other well known cemeteries.  The receipts from the sale of lots in Greenwood Cemetery, during the first five years after it was opened, were $54,298.17, and the like receipts in Spring-Grove Cemetery, during the first twelve years, $128,892.49.  The like receipts in Crown Hill Cemetery, from the date of its dedication to January 1st, 1870 (four years), were $172,060.70.

    The Crown Hill Street Railroad, built chiefly by the Cemetery Company, at a cost of $17,000, was permanently leased to, and is now operated by, the Street Railway Company, of Indianapolis.

    Crown Hill Cemetery has been under the immediate care of F. W. Chislett, as Superintendent, ever since its establishment; and its condition is the best evidence he could desire, of his efficiency.

    The number of interments to January 1st, 1871, aggregated two thousand one hundred.

    It contains many elegant monuments; and, whether in respect of natural beauty of site or added ornaments, ranks conspicuously among the cemeteries of the country.

Holloway, W. R., Indianapolis, a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Railroad City, a Chronicle of Its Social, Municipal, Commercial and Manufacturing Progress, with Full Statistical Tables, © 1870, pp. 259-261.



Lutheran Cemetery transcribed by Denise Wells

    On the first of May, 1870, the Trustees of St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church purchased ten acres of ground, situated a short distance south of the city, on the Three-notch road, between Madison and Bluff roads, for a cemetery for the members of that society.  The grounds have been laid off in rectangular lots, generally forty by sixty feet.  The number of interments at the date of this writing is five hundred and five.

Holloway, W. R., Indianapolis, a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Railroad City, a Chronicle of Its Social, Municipal, Commercial and Manufacturing Progress, with Full Statistical Tables, © 1870, p. 262.


The Catholic Cemetery
transcribed by Denise Wells

    Location:  Two miles south of the city.

    The grounds of this cemetery consist of eighteen acres; of which five acres belong to the German (St. Mary's) congregation, and the remainder to the other Catholic congregations.  The whole tract was purchased in the year 1860 by the Rev. Aug. Bessonies, pastor of St. John's Church, at a cost of about $2,500.  The value of the tract to-day would be about $4,000.

    The grounds have no striking natural aspects.  The site is sufficiently undulating for all essential purposes, and art has done much to ornament the spot, in the way of evergreens, shade trees, &c.  The whole is neatly inclosed [sic], and contains a number of elegant monuments.

Holloway, W. R., Indianapolis, a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Railroad City, a Chronicle of Its Social, Municipal, Commercial and Manufacturing Progress, with Full Statistical Tables, © 1870, p. 262.


The Hebrew Cemetery transcribed by Denise Wells

    Location:  Three miles south of the center of the city.

    The grounds consist of three acres.  As its name implies, this cemetery is devoted to the uses of a burial place for the Jewish population.

    It was established in 1856, and was the first property purchased by the Hebrew congregation of Indianapolis.

    It handsomely laid off in lots, but a small proportion of which have been required for interments, the Jewish population of the city being proportionably small.

    The grounds are appropriately inclosed [sic], and if not picturesque either by nature or art, are nevertheless maintained in a neat and tasteful condition.

Holloway, W. R., Indianapolis, a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Railroad City, a Chronicle of Its Social, Municipal, Commercial and Manufacturing Progress, with Full Statistical Tables, © 1870, p. 262.
 
   LISTING OF CEMETERIES
Acton Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
7900 South Acton Road
Indianapolis, IN
Anderson Cemetery  (Warren Township)
6400 Eeast Tenth Street
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 357-8041
Bacon / Dawson Cemetery (Washington Township)
2400 Kessler Boulevard, East of Keystone
Indianapolis, IN
Bacon Cemetery  (Washington Township)
2400 Kessler Boulevard, East of Keystone
Indianapolis, IN
Bade Cemetery (Warren Township)
1300 South Gleneagle Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Banta Cemetery (Perry Township)
1200 West Banta Road
Indianapolis, IN 46217
Bell Cemetery (Perry Township)
1720 West Epler
Indianapolis, IN 46217
Bethel Methodist Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
6500 West Seerley Road
Indianapolis, IN
Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery (Baptist?)  (Pike Township)
5300 West 52 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Big Run Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
400 South Franklin Road
Indianapolis, IN
Bills Cemetery  (Lawrence Township_
12550 Richlane Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Blackwell Cemetery  (Perry Township)
Churchman & Main Street (approximately 100 South 15th Avenue)
Beech Grove, IN
Boxwood Cemetery  (Perry Township)
3320 Boxwood Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Brady Cemetery  (Warren Township)
1100 South Shortridge Road
Indianapolis, IN
Bridgeport Friends Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2300 South County Line West
Indianapolis, IN
Bridgford Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4500 North Cold Springs Road
Indianapolis, IN
Buck Creek Christian Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
3600 South Senour Road
Indianapolis, IN
Bucksot Cemetery  (Warren Township)
1300 Gleneagle Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Caldwell Cemetery  (Pike Township) 
8200 West Crown Point Road
Indianapolis, IN
Calvary Cemetery & Mausoleum (Perry Township)
400 West Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225
(317) 784-4439
Campground Cemetery  (Pike Township)
5300 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN
Center Friends Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
9200 West Haueisen Road
Indianapolis, IN
Central State Hospital Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
300 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Clermont Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
3525 North Tansel Road.
Indianapolis, IN
Combs Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
6400 EastSouthport Road
Indianapolis, IN
Concord Avenue Cemetery  (Perry Township)
5900 South Concord Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Concordia Cemetery  (Center Township)
2700 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 786-7733
Connaroe Woods Cemetery  (Pike Township)
7940 Fox Run Road
Indianapolis, IN
Cotton Hill Cemetery  (Pike Township)
9100 Striebeck Road
Indianapolis, IN
Crown Hill Cemetery  (Center Township)
700 West 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 925-3800
Crown Point Cemetery  (Pike Township)
8200 West Crown Point Road
Indianapolis, IN
Crows Nest Cemetery  (Washington Township)
5807 Sunset Ln
Indianapolis, IN
Cumberland Cemetery  (Warren Township)
100 South Muessing Road
Indianapolis, IN
Davis Cemetery  (Warren Township)
2661 South Senour Road
Indianapolis, IN
Dawson Farm Cemetery  (Washington Township)
2400 Kessler Boulevard, East of Keystone
Indianapolis, IN
Day Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7700 North Indian Lake Road
Indianapolis, IN
DeFord Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4700 East 75th Street
Indianapolis, IN
Deutsche Evangelical Cemetery  (Warren Township)
South Post Road & East Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Easton-- West Newton Friends Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
7500 South Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Ebenezer Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
6800 East Edgewood Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Ebenezer Lutheran Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4160 North Millersville Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 547-7462
Elbrock - Eickhoff Cemetery  (Warren Township)
5633 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Emery Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7700 North Indian Lake Road
Lawrence, IN
Episcopal Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
4600 North Emerson Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Fall Creek Union Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4160 North Millersville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Featherston Cemetery  (Perry Township)
3320 Boxwood Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46217 USA
Fenton Church Cemetery  (Warren Township)
South Post Road & East Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Fisher Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
8936 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Floral Park Cemetery (Wayne Township)
425 North Holt Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 241-9311
Floral Park West  (Wayne Township)
9295 West 21st Street
Indianapolis, IN
Fort Harrison Military (defunct)  (Lawrence Township)
about 9300 East 56th Street
Lawrence, IN
Founders Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
8936 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Fowler-Mundy Cemetery  (Perry Township)
7212 Wellwood Drive
Indianapolis,, IN 46217
Freeman Cemetery  (Warren Township)
2600 South Kitley Road
Indianapolis, IN
Gardner Cemetery (defunct)  (Pike Township)
9100 Lafayette Road (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
George Beaver Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
12550 Richlane Drive
Indianapolis, IN
German Church Road Cemetery  (Warren Township)
100 South German Church Road
Indianapolis, IN
Glen Haven Park Cemetery  (Washington Township)
2702 Kessler Boulevard West Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Greenlawn Cemetery (defunct)  (Center Township)
400 South West Street
Indianapolis, IN
Haines Farm Cemetery (defunct)  (Pike Township)
4110 Moller Road (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Harmon Cemetery  (Pike Township)
9100 Striebeck Road
Indianapolis, IN
Hebrew Cemetery  (Center Township)
2200 South Kelly Street
Indianapolis, IN
Hessong Cemetery  (Pike Township)
5700 Sunset Lane
Indianapolis, IN
Hickman Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
Doe Creek
Indianapolis, IN
Highland Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
4600 North Emerson Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Hoffman Woods Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
6500 West Seerley Road
Indianapolis, IN
Holy Cross Cemetery  (Center Township)
2400 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225
(317) 784-4439
Hopewell Cemetery (Lawrence twp)
8209 North Sargent Road
Indianapolis, IN
Hopewell Cemetery (Pike Township)
7940 Fox Run Road
Indianapolis, IN
Hoss Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
10770 Pendleton Pike Road
Lawrence, IN
Huffman-Rink Cemetery (defunct)  (Washington Township)
East 61Street & U.S. 37
Indianapolis, IN
Huntington Cemetery (Warren Township)
200 South Muessing Road
Indianapolis, IN
IOOF Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7100 North Oaklandon
Indianapolis, IN
Jenkins or Jinkins Cemetery  (Warren Township)
7232 East 16th Street, near Shortidge Road
Indianapolis, IN
Johnson Farm Cemetery  (Warren Township)
5700 East 34th Street (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Jones Chapel Cemetery  (Pike Township)
8580 West 56 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Kemper Farm Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
7300 East Shelbyville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Kitley-King Cemetery  (Warren Township)
11270 East Prospect Street
Indianapolis, IN
Klepfer Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
10900 East Fox Rd (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Koch Cemetery  (Warren Township)
2900 South Post Road
Indianapolis, IN
Krise Cemetery  (Pike Township)
5700 Sunset Lane
Indianapolis, IN
Liberty Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
3900 West Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Lick Branch Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
3100 South Scott Road
Indianapolis, IN
Lick Creek Cemetery  (Perry Township)
Churchman & Main St. (approximately 100 South 15th Avenue)
Beech Grove, IN 46107
Luebking Cemetery  (Warren Township)
1000 Tanniger Road
Indianapolis, IN
Marion County Pauper Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2100 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Mars Hill Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
3900 West. Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Mars-Beeler Cemetery  (Decatur Township_
5100 South Mann Road
Indianapolis, IN
Maywood Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
3900 West Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
McConnell Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
10853 East 52nd Street
Lawrence, IN
McCord Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
12200 Old Orchard Drive
Lawrence, IN
McFarland Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
5100 South Mann Road
Indianapolis, IN
McVey Cemetery  (Warren Township)
299 South Old Trails Road
Indianapolis, IN
Memorial Park Cemetery  (Warren Township)
9300 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 898-4462
Methodist Chapel  (Franklin Township)
3500 South Cinncinnati
Beach Grove, IN
Methodist Episcopal Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
3500 Cincinnati Street
Beech Grove, IN
Meyer Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2900 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Mock Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
11300 Pendleton Pike Road
Lawrence, IN
Mooresville Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
3900 West Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Morris Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
8400 South Knapp Road
Indianapolis, IN
Mount Jackson Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
270 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 241-4191
Mount Pleasant Baptist Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
5200 West Mills Road
Indianapolis, IN
Mount Pleasant Methodist Cemetery  (Warren Township)
10505 East Brookville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Mount Zion Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
6500 South. Emerson Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Muesing Cemetery  (Warren Township)
1300 South Muesing Road
Indianapolis, IN
Mundy Cemetery  (Perry Township)
7212 Wellwood Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Negley Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
5450 East Fall Creek Road
Indianapolis, IN
New Augusta Cemetery  (Pike Township)
4100 West 62 Street
Indianapolis, IN
New Bethel Cemeteries (see description)  (Franklin Township)
8936 East Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
New Crown Cemetery  (Center Township)
2101 South Churchman Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 784-4494
Newby Cemetery  (Washington Township)
7901 North Spring Mill Road.
Indianapolis, IN
North Liberty Cemetery  (Pike Township)
6000 West 52 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Oaklandon Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7100 North Oaklandon
Lawrence, IN
(317) 374-2570
Old Augusta Cemetery  (Pike Township)
2950 West 76 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Old Baptist Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
5870 Fortune Circle Drive West (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Old Campground Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4870 East 75th Street
Indianapolis, IN
Old Ford Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4700 East 75th Street
Indianapolis, IN
Old Glory Cemetery  (Pike Township)
4100 West 62 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Old Silvey Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7863 East Fall Creek Road
Indianapolis, IN
Old Trails Cemetery  (Warren Township)
299 South Old Trails Road
Indianapolis, IN
Old Union Pioneer Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2301 N. Girls School Road
Indianapolis, IN 46214 USA
Orchard Hill Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
8936 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Our Lady of Grace  (Franklin Township)
1402 Southern Avenue
Beech Grove, IN
Our Lady of Peace Cemetery (Washington Township) 
9001 Haverstick Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 574-8898
Parker Cemetery  (Warren Township)
5120 Julian Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Parker Cemetery (defunct)  (Pike Township)
5500 Dandy Trail (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Parsley Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
actual location unknown
Indianapolis, IN
Patterson Cemetery  (Center Township)
860 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN
Piel Cemetery  (Warren Township)
East Raymond Street & South Post Road
Indianapolis, IN
Piner Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
6400 East Southport Road
Indianapolis, IN
Pleasant Hill Cemetery  (Pike Township)
8350 North Moore Road
Indianapolis, IN
Pleasant View Cemetery  (Warren Township)
10505 East Brookville Road
Indianapolis, IN
Plummer Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
10853 East 52nd Street
Lawrence, IN
Pogue Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
4600 North Emerson Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Rector Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
actual location unknown
Indianapolis, IN
Reddick Farms Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
5730 North Post Road
Indianapolis, IN
Rhoads Cemetery (destroyed?)  (Wayne Township)
5870 Fortune Circle Drive West (approximately
Indianapolis, IN
Rhode or Rohde Cemetery  (Warren Township)
approximately 2300 South Franklin Road
Indianapolis, IN
Round Hill Cemetery  (Perry Township)
5300 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46217
Rubush-Joyce Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
Maze & Yoke Roads (approximately 11500 Maze)
Indianapolis, IN
Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery  (Warren Township)
7500 East Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Saint John's United Church of Christ   (Warren Township)
200 North German Church Road
Indianapolis, IN
Saint Joseph Cemetery  (Center Township)
2400 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225
(317) 784-4439 
 
Saint Malachy West Cemetery
(Hendricks County;)
4455 U.S. 136
Pittsboro, IN
(317) 271-3123
Salem Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
9900 East Fall Creek Rd (approximately)
Indianapolis, IN
Sampson Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
Maze & Yoke Roads (approximately 11500 Maze)
Indianapolis, IN
Scott Farm Cemetery  (Pike Township)
5700 Sunset Lane
Indianapolis, IN
Silvey Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7863 East Fall Creek Road
Indianapolis, IN
Southport Cemetery  (Perry Township)
2800 East Southport Road
Indianapolis, IN
Spring Valley Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
5730 North Post Road
Lawrence, IN
Starbuck Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
9200 West Haueisen Road
Indianapolis, IN
Stoop Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
5450 East Fall Creek Road
Indianapolis, IN
Sutherland Park Cemetery  (Washington Township)
4150 North Millersville Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 547-7462
Sutton Farm  (Perry Township)
7212 Wellwood Drive
Indianapolis, IN
Swift Cemetery  (Washington Township)
2450 West 42nd Street
Indianapolis, IN
Tilton-Alcorn Cemetery  (Perry Township)
1200 West Banta Road
Indianapolis, IN
Todd Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7830 North Sunnyside Road
Lawrence, IN
Union Cemetery  (Perry Township)
5300 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN
Union Chapel Cemetery  (Washington Township)
8300 North Haverstick Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 252-5883
United Brethern Cemetery  (Frankllin Township)
6800 East Edgewood Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Van Sickle Cemetery  (Warren Township)
2700 North Franklin Road
Indianapolis, IN
Vine Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
4315 DuBarry Road (approximately)
Lawrence, IN
Vorhies Cemetery  (Perry Township)
3900 South Bluff Road
Indianapolis, IN
Wadsworth Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
7113 Fairwood Drive
Lawrence, IN
Washington Park East Cemetery  (Warren Township)
10612 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 898-6611
Washington Park North Cemetery  (Washington Township)
2702 Kessler Boulevard, West Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46228-1742
(317) 259-1253
Webb Cemetery  (Perry Township)
About 8500 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN
Wesley Chapel Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
11000 East 46 Street
Indianapolis, IN
Wesleyan Methodist Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2900 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
West Newton Cemetery  (Decatur Township)
6700 West Milton Street
Indianapolis, IN
West Newton Friends Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
7500 South Mooresville Road
Indianapolis, IN
West Ridge Park Cemetery and Mausoleum  (Wayne Township)
9295 West 21 Street.
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 271-3123
West Union Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
2900 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 926-4414
Wheatley Cemetery  (Franklin Township)
6500 S. Churchman Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Whisler Cemetery  (Warren Township)
11077 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN
Whitinger Cemetery  (Washington Township)
8300 North Haverstick Road
Indianapolis, IN
Wiley Cemetery  (Pike Township)
7400 North Woodland
Indianapolis, IN
Williams Creek Cemetery  (Washington Township)
700 West 96th Street.
Indianapolis, IN
Wilson Cemetery  (Warren Township)
5120 Julian Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Witte Cemetery  (Warren Township)
10400 East Prospect Street/702 Midnight Court
Indianapolis, IN
Woodhaven Cemetery  (Wayne Township)
9295 West 21st Street
Indianapolis, IN
Wright-Whitesell-Gentry Cemetery  (Lawrence Township)
8000 N. Castleton Rd (approx)
Indianapolis, IN
Zion United Church of Christ Cemetery  (Warren Township)
South Post Road & East Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN