Cemeteries -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3061
Scope and Contents This collection contains a deed and certification of deposit for a funeral plot at the St. John Evangelical Church Cemetery dated 1926 and 1928. The other items in the collection are undated and include a memorandum of a conversation, a woman's photograph, two locks of hair, and a dried flower.
Dates: circa 1926-1928
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes an operating statement dated March 1942, and a letter dated April 12, 1950 to Reily G. Adams notifying him that he was elected to the Board of Corporators. The other materials are printed publications of the Crown Hill Heritage Foundation and items used by the Staff Genealogist when helping people get information about ancestors buried at Crown Hill. These items include a four-page request form, "A Brief Look at the History of Crown Hill Cemetery," "Nomenclature of...
Collection — Folder S1817
Scope and Contents This collection includes one Crown Hill Cemetery proprietor's ticket issued to Susan Rupp for lot number 208, section 25 (circa 1890s). The ticket lists F.W. Chislett as superintendent and S.A. Fletcher as president.
Dates: circa 1890s
Collection — Folder S1893
Scope and Contents This collection is divided evenly between two families, the Denny family of LaGrange County and the McConnell family of Noble County. Materials related to the Denny family date from 1858-1939 and include a teacher's license, academic admission slips, a license to practice medicine issued by the United States Internal Revenue, and receipts. Items relating to the McConnell family date from 1849-1932 and include the diagram of a plat for a graveyard, a teacher's license, a notice of acceptance...
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs and a few clippings and pamphlets from Frank M. Hohenberger in Indiana and Kentucky ranging from 1916 to 1935 and undated regarding landscapes, nature scenes in state parks and other locations, local buildings, houses of important figures, historic sites, and some people.
Dates: 1916-1935, undated
Collection — Folder S2161
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items related to Hope, Indiana and the Moravian Church, including the historical sketches, "Settlement at Hope Followed Failure of Moravian Mission" (circa 1968) and "The Moravian Cemetery (Hope, Indiana)" by George E. Utterback (1968). A basic map is included with the sketches and has symbols to mark places in the town such as schools, churches, playgrounds, and the cemetery. Also part of the collection is a copy of "Welcome to Hope, Hawcreek Township,...
Collection — Box 1-2
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs, photographic postcards, and glass plate negatives from Bertha B. Johnston, Alma Turner Moore, and Beatrice J. Johnston in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1871 to 1934 and undated, regarding the Johnston, Moore, Turner, and James families and their daily lives. There are also a few other items including: an Otis Turner's Attractions advertising sheet; an article titled "The Great Birthday Party" which includes photographs by Clyde T. Moore; and a...
Dates: 1871-1934, undated
Collection — Folder OBD045
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a plat map of the Nancy Hanks Lincoln Gravesite and surrounding area from the Indiana Department of Conservation, Division of Engineering, circa 1925, which shows the Spencer County memorial to Abraham Lincoln, where the log cabin stood, cemetery, and surrounding points of interest.
Dates: circa 1925
Collection — Folder S3337
Scope and Contents This collection includes items pertaining to Robert Sanford Foster, including a three-page, typed biography by Nikki Schofield for the Sons of Union Veterans program at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana on May 27, 2013; a copy of a photograph of Foster in his Union uniform; a plot map of section 15, lot 11 of Crown Hill Cemetery showing the place of internment for the Foster family; two lot internment orders for Clarence M. Foster (1930) and Mary Roberts Foster (1934); and copies of...