Volunteers Play Key Role In Maintaining Indiana’s Cemeteries

Most of the cemeteries Hoosiers are familiar with are large and well-established, containing acres of headstones. But there are more than 12,000 cemeteries in Indiana, and you might be surprised by where you’ll find some of them.

They can be as small as just one headstone, and many are in hard-to-reach locations.

AsĀ funding for cemetery maintenance dwindles, volunteers are playing an increasingly large role in ensuring historic cemeteries across the state aren’t forgotten.


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