Indiana Cemeteries

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The following have significant cemetery listings for Indiana State:

  • Search for names Enter at least a last name then click Search. Can narrow by first names or dates.
    • This site frequently has tombstone images
    • List of cemeteries statewide for cemeteries in their database
        • Go to Find A Grave Home page, click Search for a cemetery, select the state (Indiana), then select from the county list, and press Search.
      • Click on the number below Interments for a cemetery to access names. Click Records arrow to scroll through to the end.

  • Interment (Indiana) This page is part of a larger site that deals with cemetery records. It includes transcriptions of many cemeteries, organized by state, then by county.

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) collection contains tombstone inscriptions from many counties. This collection is described in Indiana, United States Genealogy.

The records of some local cemeteries have been abstracted, and the inscriptions have been published in:

  • Cemetery Records of Indiana. Six volumes. Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1954–1964. (Family History Library book 977.2 V39c; film 873781). Several of these volumes include cemetery inscriptions from Marion County and include cemeteries of several other counties.
  • Indiana State Library. Genealogy Division. Cemetery Locator File. Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980. (Family History Library films 1292061–63 and 1292094). The cards are in alphabetical order by cemetery, with abandoned or unnamed cemeteries listed at the end.
  • Carty, Mickey Dimon. Searching in Indiana: A Reference Guide to Public and Private Records. Costa Mesa, California: ISC Pub., 1985. Family History Library book 977.2 D23c. This book lists each county’s cemeteries and their locations.
  • The Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records, also has a Veterans Grave Registration File. This is a partial index to graves of veterans buried in Indiana who served from the Revolutionary War through World War I. It covers 51 of the 92 counties and is only available on microfilms at the Indiana State Archives. These microfilms do not circulate.