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Indian Hill Cemetery has an abundance
of history, and it is still being written.
383 Washington Street
P.O. Box 176
Middletown, CT 06457
SAVE THE CHAPEL tee shirts – $15 each, or two for $20. For credit card orders, use the donation form and call 860-930-3447 to select size(s), quantity, & delivery method – pick up at the cemetery office (call 860-346-0452) ship ($5.00) To order by check, please make check to FOIH, PO Box 2382, Middletown, CT 06457 AND INCLUDE size(s), quantity, and delivery method. T shirts available - blue-size medium- grey- size LG, black- size - XL (Modeled by board members of the Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery, Lois Bukowiec, Marie Cacciola and Augie DeFrance.) Call 860-930-3447 for more information.
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 From Gothic to Light: A Day of Art, History, Music and Fashion to benefit the restoration of The Russell Chapel!
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The Indian Hill Cemetery Association is embarking on a rehabilitation project for the cemetery's historic chapel. You can help by making a donation on-line right now. Just click one of the links below to get started.

Perhaps the most scenic and tranquil area in Middletown, Indian Hill Cemetery opened in 1850 as part of the America Beautiful movement, which promoted rural environments and serene landscaping for public places, particularly cemeteries. This intention is well represented at the Indian Hill Cemetery.

With its exceptional views and harmonious plantings, Indian Hill Cemetery became the cemetery of choice for Middletown's elite in the late 19th Century, yet Indian Hill Cemetery also reflects Middletown's great diversity, containing graves of families from all the European countries, the Far East, Africa, as well as this area's first settlers and descendants.

Today, Indian Hill Cemetery is still the geographic and community centerpiece of Middletown. It is an active cemetery, and welcomes all faiths and races. Many burial plots are still available, and an entirely new section with 800 burial plots is being developed. A Columbarium (permanent granite structure for housing urns of cremation ashes) was recently installed, and its niches are available for purchase.

When making final arrangements for a loved one, or even pre-arrangements for yourself, please consider Indian Hill Cemetery. Become a part of its rich history and expanding future.