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Newburgh has a long history in Southern Indiana and was the first settlement organized in Warrick County. Situated on the Ohio River, this area was originally settled in 1803 by the John Sprinkle family, which had migrated westward from Pennsylvania.Newburgh eventually became the final destination of many immigrants who were immigrating to the United States in the nineteenth century.  Many of these pioneering families have been laid to rest in the Rose Hill Cemetery.

Currently the cemetery is operated by the Rose Hill Cemetery Association, Inc. This corporation was formed in October 1944 after the Articles of Incorporation were drawn up and approved by the board of the former Rose Hill Cemetery Company.

Shiloh Stone- Browning Foundation, Evansville, In

Joint Superintendents

Richard M. “Dick” Lant

Ronald D. “Ron” McWilliams

 Board of Directors                         

President- Kay F. Lant

Vice President- Betty Lou Hendrickson

Treasurer- Colleen Schmidt

Secretary- Ron McWilliams

Eugene B. Allen

Jackie Crowley

Gene Shekell

Virgil Simpson

Tony Toopes

Tom Waters

5133 State Road 261
P.O. Box 463
Newburgh, In 47629
812-858-8003
rosehill261@gmail.com
 
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