Delaware Township Cemeteries(6 known cemeteries)


Listings for these cemeteries are available from the Indiana Room at the Hamilton East Library unless otherwise noted.


Eller Cemetery ( 86)
Eller Cemetery is located in Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana about 1/10 mile north of the intersection of 106th Street and the old Allisonville Road. It is on the west side of the road approximately 100 yards west and 25 yards south of the farm house at 10710 Allisonville Road.

Flanagan Cemetery ( 89)
Flanagan Cemetery is located in Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana at the edge and on the west side of Cumberland Road (County road E 98) approximately mile north of its intersection with 96th Street (or mile south of its intersection with 106th Street.


Heady Cemetery ( 85)Heady Cemetery is located near Fishers, Indiana, in Delaware Township, Hamilton County, in the Sunblest Estates and on the west side of Heady Lane about 100 yards south of its intersection with Lake Vista Drive (or about 100 yards north of its intersection with Creekside Lane) along the side of Vista Lake. The Sunblest Estates area lies just north of 116th Street and east of Allisonville Road (Highway 37A).

Oaklawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery ( 88) Oaklawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 9700 Allisonville Road, Fishers, Indiana, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, is located on the west side of Allisonville Road north of 96th Street. The cemetery listings are not available at Noblesville Southeastern Public Library. Please call the cemetery office for more information, #317-849-3616.

Spannuth Cemetery ( 84)Spannuth Cemetery, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, is located on the west side of Allisonville Road just south of the intersection with 146th Street (SR 234).

West Cemetery (87)West Cemetery lies along the east bank of White River about 1/3 mile north of 96th Street on what is now known as the John W. Becker farm. Access to this cemetery may be attained by entering the property of the Oaklawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery and driving back through the fields in a southwesterly direction to the edge of the wooded area near the river.<