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IHC South Cemetery
Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation Cemetery South is affectionately known as Kelly Street. This ground was acquired by Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation at its first meeting on November 2, 1856 and it has been a landmark in our hearts and our city ever since. Burial plots are still available.
Directions: Go South on Meridian Street to Kelly Street (south of Monument Circle). Approximately 2300 South. Kelly is south of Raymond Street. Turn right onto Kelly Street. The cemetery is on the right-hand side of the street.
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