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Contribute your cemetery transcriptions & photos!
Do you have full or partial Boone County cemetery transcriptions or gravestone photographs? Please consider contributing them to the Boone County INGenWeb for these pages. Many researchers are very grateful to find a record or photo of their ancestor's grave when they live many miles away and have no ability to visit the cemetery.
A Genealogy Tip!
Spend a day or two in your hometown walking, recording and possibly photographing a local cemetery. Then, if they are Boone County, contribute your efforts to this project or USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project or if they are a different county, the USGenWeb county website where the cemetery is located. It's not only a good act of genealogical kindness, but great exercise, too!

"If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went."
~
Will Rogers (18791935)

 
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Cemetery Transcriptions


Burial Listings


Boone County Cemeteries & Maps


Off-site Cemetery Resources

The following links are Boone County cemetery and burial resources on other websites.

  • Thorntown Public Library - Guinn Local History/Genealogy Center
    The library currently has 14 local Boone County cemeteries online that have been transcribed. Gravestone photographs for Sugar Plains Cemetery are also online.
     
  • Porter Cemetery - Cemetery Transcription & Photos
    Transcription and gravestone photographs of this old Jackson Twp. cemetery by Larry Slavens and linked with his permission.
     
  • Cedar Hill Cemetery Burials - Burials & Genealogical Notes
    A very old cemetery in Lebanon, Boone County that has suffered a sad fate. We've received permission to link to Pamela Paddock Arnold's web site where she has a list of burials and notes.
     
  • Boone County Cemeteries & Photos - Find-A-Grave
    User-contributed information for cemeteries and burials with many accompanying photographs of graves and headstones. Currently, as of August 2007, they have 88 Boone County Indiana cemeteries represented, some partially, with burial information in the thousands.
     
  • Boone County Cemetery Transcriptions - Interment.net
    Interment.net is a publisher of online cemetery transcriptions that have been contributed for use by genealogists and local historians.
     
  • Cemeteries in Boone County Indiana - Boone County Genealogical Society
    A listing of Boone County cemetery names, locations and the name of the library that holds the cemetery burial records.
     
  • USGenWeb Project Archives - The Tombstone Transcription Project
    Cemetery recordings and transcriptions that have been contributed to the USGenWeb Project Archives for Boone County, Indiana.
     
  • Indiana State Library - Indiana Cemetery Locator File
    The Indiana Cemetery Locator File is a listing of names of cemeteries where burials can be found in books or microfilm in the collection in the Genealogy Division. It also seeks to identify a cemetery location when there are no burial listings. They provide web addresses for sites that have burial listings for that cemetery. Burial listings referred to in the database include information submitted by individuals and historical societies in the field throughout the years.
     

     

The dead carry with them to the grave in their clutched hands only that which they have given away.
~
DeWitt Wallace - 1889-1981, U.S. Magazine Publisher, co-founder Reader's Digest