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Jeffersonville Funeral Homes

  • Location in the state of Indiana


    Jeffersonville is also known as: Clark County / Jeffersonville city.

    Jeffersonville tourist attractions include: Howard Steamboat Museum.

    Jeffersonville contains: Spring Street Freight House, Old Jeffersonville Historic District, Grisamore House, Henry French House, and Howard Steamboat Museum.

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  • Nick Dinsmore (wrestler and  actor) was born in Jeffersonville.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Nick Dinsmore (wrestler and actor), Terri Hollowell (singer), Walt Terrell (baseball player), Duane Roland (songwriter and musician), Travis Meeks (singer and songwriter), Jesse Vest (bassist), and John Schnatter (entrepreneur and businessperson).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: The Evening News.

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  • Howard Steamboat Museum


    The population was 44,953 at the 2010 census. In 1786 Fort Finney was situated where the Kennedy Bridge is today to protect the area from Indians, and a settlement grew around the fort. The fort was renamed in 1791 to Fort Steuben in honor of Baron von Steuben. In 1793 the fort was abandoned. Precisely when the settlement became known as Jeffersonville is unclear, but it was probably around 1801, the year in which President Thomas Jefferson took office. In 1802 local residents used a grid pattern designed by Thomas Jefferson for the formation of a city. On September 13, 1803, a post office was established in the city. In 1808 Indiana's second federal land sale office was established in Jeffersonville, which initiated a growth in settling in Indiana that was further spurred by the end of the War of 1812. Shortly after formation, Jeffersonville was named to be the county seat of Clark County in...

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All Funeral Homes in Jeffersonville

Coots Funeral Home
120 W Maple St Send flowers
Jeffersonville, IN 47199


Mason Funeral Home
828 Watt St Send flowers
Jeffersonville, IN 47199

Mid-America College of Funeral
3111 Hamburg Pike Send flowers
Jeffersonville, IN 47130


Scott Funeral Homes Incorporated
921 Main St Send flowers
Jeffersonville, IN 47132


Walnut Ridge Cemetery
2421 Hamburg Pike Send flowers
Jeffersonville, IN 47130