Indiana Obituary Records
Indiana is a state where families and histories are taken very seriously. Because of this, finding Indiana obituaries is incredibly simple. For the most part, every county in the state has a database, often times based at the local community newspaper or at the local library, that is searchable online for free. Simply locate the county or region where your loved one lived and find out what the biggest local town is and they will most likely be able to assist you in finding Indiana obituaries.
For instance, the Alexandria Public Library offers listings from present day and from several years in the past from the Alexandria Times-Tribune and the Anderson Herald-Bulletin newspapers. The Thorntown Public Library has listings from all over the state in handy PDF form. The Bremen Public Library has listings dating all the way back to 1965 that were published in the local Bremen Enquirer. The Indiana State Library has a massive number of Indiana obituary records online that you can search. These records include Indianapolis records, as well.
No matter how small a town you are looking at, there are obits online thanks to the immaculate public library system here. This is easily the most impressive system in the country.