Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery

Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery

The Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery are always looking for new members to assist with fundraising, events, researching historic persons buried at our cemetery, and our chapel restoration.

Bee Hives at Indian Hill

The Board of Trustees and The Friends of Indian Hill are excited to announce that the cemetery is now part of a new era of conservation. The cemetery is now home to new honey bee hives. Our beekeeper, Mark Bell, has placed several bee hive boxes at the cemetery in an area not suitable for interments. Mark will monitor the progress of the newly established beehives and hopefully, at some point, be able to harvest honey. Local raw honey does more than taste good, it has many medicinal uses. 1/3 of the food we consume each day is pollinated mostly by bees. Raising bees is becoming more popular by the day and the cemetery is pleased to be a part of this environmentally responsible program.

Plant a Tree – Save a Tree

Together, we can ensure that Indian Hill Cemetery remains a park, as well as an active cemetery, where people can walk, bike, jog, relax, paint and enjoy the beauty of this historic cemetery.

Contributions may be sent to:
Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery
P.O. Box 2382
Middletown, CT  06457
c/o Tree Fund
Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery, Inc. is an incorporated 501(c)(3), organized in 2016.

Membership & Donations

Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery, Inc.

P.O. Box 2382
Middletown, CT 06457

Membership Form - January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021

If you are a life member or choose not to become a member, please consider a donation.

Individual $30  |  Family $50 |  Lifetime $200 |  Other $

Please make Checks Payable to Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery, Inc and send to:
FOIHC, P.O. Box 2382,
Middletown, CT 06457

Friends of Indian Hill Cemetery, Inc. is an incorporated 501(c)3 organized in 2016