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Cemeteries in Fairfield Township

Cemeteries Maintained by Fairfield Township

Greenbush Cemetery – Corner of North 9th Street and Greenbush Streets

Fairfield Township only maintains Greenbush Cemetery.  For more information about a Cemetery, check out The Department of Natural Resource’s website at


Cemeteries Located in Fairfield Township

Davis Cemetery – (Davis – Higman Cemetery) – North 9th Street by the Purdue Garages (Oldest cemetery in the Tippecanoe County)

Isley Cemetery – Eisenhower Road

Lafayette City Burial Grounds – Present location of St. Boniface Church- all bodies
were moved to the Greenbush Cemetery

Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery – U.S. Highway 52 between Greenbush and
Union Streets

*Sons of Abraham Cemetery – South 4th Street behind The Bluffs Apartment
complex near the Humane Society (1/2 of the Jewish Cemetery)

Spring Vale Cemetery – Indiana 25 North between US Highway 52 and Interstate 65

St. Boniface Cemetery – Indiana 25 North between US Highway 52 and Interstate 65

St. Joseph’s Cemetery / “Old German Graveyard” – Greenbush Street between 9th and 12th Streets – near Linwood School

St. Mary’s Cemetery – Elston Area – Old Romney Road and 25 N

Temple Israel CemeteryAhavis Acham Cemetery – South 4th Street behind The Bluffs Apartment Complex near the Humane Society.

  • The Jewish Cemetery is divided into two sections: Temple Israel “Ahavis Acham”, which is the oldest section, and Sons of Abraham.

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