New Palestine Funeral Homes
New Palestine is also known as: Hancock County / New Palestine town.
New Palestine was laid out October 1, 1838 by Jonathan Evans. It first consisted of fifteen blocks and thirty six lots. A petition for the incorporation of New Palestine as a town was dated May 22, 1871 and presented to the board of county commissioners at the June session of 1871. At the time of the petition New Palestine had a population of 279 people. The vote for incorporation was held on June 24, 1871. Many years after incorporation the town had difficulty with its name. The post office was known as Sugar Creek. The railroad and express stations as Palestine and the name of the town itself was New Palestine. Through the efforts of E. F. Faut and Congressman Bynum the name of the postoffice was changed from Sugar Creek to New Palestine on January 16, 1889, and the name of the railroad station and express office were also changed to New Palestine. New Palestine is located at 39°43′21″N 85°53′23″W / 39. 7225°N 85. 88972°W / 39. 7225; -85. 88972 (39. 722566, -85. 889824). According to the 2010 census, the town has a total...
There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of New Palestine, Indiana.
Some of the notable people born here have been: Angela Ahrendts (businessperson), and Todd Yoder (american football player).
Bell Mortuary & Crematory Incorporated Located 5 miles from New Palestine
Our funeral homes are family owned and operated businesses. We are a full service funeral home from funeral services with burials to funeral services with cremation. We are large enough to give our families the same service as the largest...
Glenn E George & Son Funeral Located 17 miles from New Palestine
Glenn E George and Son Funeral Home was founded in 1972 and expanded to Shelbyville Indiana in 1995. Our courteous staff dedicates themselves to making sure that all the family needs are met. We are a state of the art affordable funeral home with...
Hinsey Brown Funeral Services & Knighstown Chapel Located 21 miles from New Palestine
On February 11, 1995 local licensed funeral directors, Phil Hinsey and Kevin Brown opened their business to serve Henry County and the surrounding area. Our vision and dream had become a reality and our goal was to provide excellence in funeral...
Wilson St Pierre Funeral Service Located 20 miles from New Palestine
Our legacy of service started in 1897 when J.C. Wilson founded a funeral home in Greenwood, Indiana. Robert R. St. Pierre, a fourth generation funeral director, managed the business for several years prior to purchasing the company in 1964.
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New Palestine, IN 46163