Plaque shown in photo is a Vincennes BC plaque and is suggestive of other spans they built around 1910.
Here is a picture of the old Oak Hill Cemetery Bridge. I crossed this bridge many times growing up. At one time, there was a picture of it at the Christian County Historical Society museum as well. It's a shame it was destroyed. I don't remember if the street was named Cherokee back then or not. We always just called it the Cemetery Bridge Road. I miss this bridge!
There was also a bridge like this one that crossed that same section of the south fork about a mile on southwest on the Nokomis Road/Shumway Co Hwy 1. It was removed probably close to 40 years ago. I remember crossing it as a child. At one time you could see the old abutments and peers, but from the view on google maps, all the trees and underbrush have taken over. I wish someone could locate some information and a picture of that bridge too.