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Stone Revival Historical Preservation specializes in the preservation and restoration of cemeteries, monuments and memorials and historic stone and brick architecture.

It is not possible to give an accurate bid without conducting a full, on-site assessment of each item. Contact us today for an assessment and preservation plan for your cemetery, monument or structure.

We are based in Indiana and provide service throughout United States.

We use methods recommended by the Association for Gravestone Studies, the National Center for Preservation Training and Technology, Chicora Foundation and others.

We endorse the following Codes of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice:


Now Available

We now have available 'UNKNOWN' markers hand carved from Indiana Limestone to place at unmarked grave depressions so these graves can be leveled and seeded without losing sight of the grave.

Replacement tablet-style markers can be obtained, cut from Indiana Limestone and hand carved in the 19th Century styles by Casey Winningham.

Visit Casey's web site.


We are scheduling for 2016 and beyond. Contact us for an assessment and preservation plan for your cemetery today.

Stone Revival Historical Preservation is a Veteran owned business.

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We use only water and specialty chemicals designed for masonry preservation for all of our cleaning needs. Power tools are never used to clean historic headstones as they damage the stone.


All monuments are reset to the original position. Natural Hydraulic Lime mortars and appropriate epoxies are used. We never use Portland cement mortars for resetting.


We make repairs using historic preservation mortars and appropriate epoxies. A lime mortar infill is used to cover fractures and cracks.


Sugaring (deteriorating) marble generally should not be cleaned or repaired. In these cases we use a stone consolidation treatment to bind and strengthen the remaining original material before additional work is started.

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Stone Revival Historical Preservation is a registered trade/service mark in the State of Indiana.