History of the Restoration Movement

John S. Longley

Died August 21, 1892

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Restoration Preacher In Indiana

Directions To The Grave of John S. Longley

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. From the Cemetery office you will go behind and enter the cemetery under a viaduct. Go to the first intersection and bear to the right. Then again take the first right turn and go until you see the sections on the right. Look for the sign called, "Cremation Memorial Garden." The garden is actually back in the woods, but Section A, where Longley is buried is near the sign and to the right in an unmarked grave.

GPS Location
39°49'23.5"N 86°10'31.4"W
Degrees Minute.M N 39° 49.391 x W -86° 10.524
or D.d 39.823183, -86.175400
Sec: A, Lot: 2663

Special Thanks

In June, 2009 Tom L. Childers, C. Wayne Kilpatrick and Scott Harp traveled about 3000 miles in one week through parts of Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. During this time we found the graves of 75 church leaders in the Restoration Movement. Chronicling these leaders into websites has been time consuming. Many thanks to Tom and Wayne in helping to take photos, share the driving, and putting up with your web master's slave-driving effort to see as many as we did in the time we had. Their photos as well as some of mine are seen on this site.

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