The web address for Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery is www.ophc.info
Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery is located within Traders Point, one of the oldest and most scenic areas in Indianapolis. The cemetery dates to the 1820s. It is a final resting place for several people of distinction. Revolutionary War Veteran John Hume; noted fashion photographer, Noble Bretzman; and numerous pioneer families from the first generation of Indiana’s history. Until very recently the cemetery was unable to accept requests for new gravesites. Thanks to a recent donation of farmland, the cemetery expanded by one acre in 2008 (33%). We invite you to consider purchase of a grave or a lot (4 graves) in our new section (Section C). The not-for-profit cemetery is independent of any church, and is open to the public. The current expansion enables us to offer affordable burial plots to anyone that would like to plan to spend eternity in this picturesque part of central Indiana. The expansion area is located west of the old cemetery and is accessible via the circular driveway on Moore Road. The expansion area and new asphalt driveway were completed in 2008. We are now selling gravesites in Section C. Please send an email to one of the following board members listed below for more information about reserving a grave or lot.
Chuck Krupa firstname.lastname@example.org
Ross Reller email@example.com
or call Ross at 317-414-1101