History of the Restoration Movement


Oliver Perry Morton
1823-1877

Sat At The Feet Of The Eminent Samuel K. Hoshour

Gospel Preacher In The State Of Indiana 
In The Restoration Movement

Abolitionist Governor Of Indiana During The Civil War

Directions To The Grave Of O.P. Morton

Oliver P. Morton is buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana. Traveling On I-65 North Out Of Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana Take The Dr. Martin Luther King Street Exit - Exit 117. (Note: If you cross White River, You Have Gone Too Far) Go North On Dr. Martin Luther King Street. Turn Right On West 32nd Street. Cemetery Will Be On Your Left. Go Until The Road Dead Ends Into Boulevard And Turn Left. There Will Be An Entrance To The Cemetery As You Cross The 34th Street Intersection. Turn Left Into The Cemetery. Lot 37, Section 9. See map of cemetery here!

GPS Coordinates
N39° 49.012' x W86° 10.340'
Grave Facing SE
Accuracy to 17ft.
Section 9, Lot 37


Oliver Perry Morton
August 4, 1823
November 1, 1877
He Loved
His Country's Good, With
A Respect More Tender
More Holy And Profound,
Than His Own Life

MORTON


John M.
Morton
April 15, 1848
July 15, 1900


Oliver P. Morton
1823-1877


Lucinda M. Morton
1825-1907

Note: Special thanks is extended to Terry J. Gardner of Indianapolis, Indiana for grave photos and supplying information of the final resting place of O.P. Morton

Crown Hill Cemetery Map

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