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Cemeteries

 

Cemetery Latitude
Longitude
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Township
Baldwin Cemetery
40.9769315 -94.8246989 View Map
Nodaway
Bohemian National Cemetery
41.1152653 -94.5716344 View Map
Colony
Brooks Cemetery
40.9727646 -94.7955311 View Map
Jasper
Calvary Cemetery
40.9763752 -94.7344176 View Map
Jasper
Carl Cemetery
41.1213759 -94.6633051 View Map
Carl
Castle Cemetery (Old Evergreen) (Old Prescott)
41.0324873 -94.6049681 View Map
Prescott
Evergreen Cemetery (a.k.a.  New Prescott)
41.0299872 -94.6138574 View Map
Prescott
Forest Hill (a.k.a. First Baptist) Cemetery 41.1013755 -94.7160849 View Map
 Washington
Homan Cemetery
41.10832 -94.7085846 View Map
 Washington
Icarian Cemetery
40.9944311 -94.6724706 View Map
Prescott
Larson Cemetery (a.k.a. Rockdale, Thompson, Norway)
41.0524885 -94.9149816 View Map
Douglas
Lincoln Cemetery
41.1160993 -94.8816479 View Map
Lincoln
Methodist Grove Cemetery
40.9135986 -94.8335872 View Map
Nodaway
Mt. Etna Bretheran Cemetery
41.1113753 -94.7460863 View Map
Washington
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
41.0508199 -94.6902498 View Map
Prescott
Mt. Zion Cemetery
41.0863762 -94.6033021 View Map
Carl
Nodaway Cemetery
40.9627658 -94.88609 View Map
Nodaway
Oak Hill Cemetery
40.9763751 -94.7369177 View Map
Jasper
Oakland Cemetery
41.0330424 -94.7946985 View Map
Quincy
Old Brooks Pioneer Cemetery
40.9833196 -94.766919 View Map
Jasper
Old Mt. Etna Cemetery
41.1222088 -94.7280301 View Map
Washington
Old Queen City Cemetery
41.008042 -94.7091391 View Map
Quincy
Prairie Rose Cemetery
40.9155423 -94.7755296 View Map
Jasper
Queen City Cemetery
41.0124864 -94.7085835 View Map
Quincy
Quincy Cemetery
41.0469311 -94.7860872 View Map
Quincy
Rose Hill Cemetery
41.1549879 -94.5052431 View Map
Colony
Salem Cemetery
40.9466543 -94.5846886 View Map
Grant
Strand Cemetery
41.073044 -94.9091484 View Map
Lincoln
Stringtown Cemetery
40.9797098 -94.5666326 View Map
Grant
Summit Cemetery
41.0283212 -94.5294093 View Map
Union
Walnut Grove Cemetery
40.9985972 -94.7405292 View Map
Quincy

Cemeteries Listed by Township

Lincoln Township:
Lincoln Center Cemetery - section 16 of Lincoln Twp., west of Lincoln Center Church, 180 lots in the original section (approx. 1870), 94 lots added 1959
Strand Cemetery - SW corner of section 32 of Lincoln Twp. (Norwegian settlement 1870's)

Washington Township:
Forest Hill Cemetery - section 24 of Washington Twp, 2 mi SE of Mt. Etna also known as the First Baptist Cemetery, first burial in 1867

Mt. Etna Brethren Cemetery - section 22 of Washington Twp, south of Mt. Etna.
The Old Slide-Off Burying Place - on a high bluff SE of Mt. Etna possible Indian Burying ground, also used during smallpox epidemic.
    Burials include: FEES, HOMAN, BOSWELL, Mary MORTON and 4 of her 9 children
Private Burial site - section 24, NE of buildings on Charles Homan farm.
    Mrs. Susan-Mary Ann SPRAGUE, wife of James Sprague and an infant, dated April 9, 1857 is on one tombstone.  Mrs. Sprague's sister (no name) and McDaniel twin infants.

Carl Township:
Carl Cemetery - section 17 of Carl Twp., named after early pioneer named Carl
Mt. Zion Cemetery - section 25 of Carl Twp., 4 mi north of Prescott

Colony Township:
Rose Hill Cemetery
- NW corner of section 2 of Colony Twp., created in 1858, 10 acres
Bohemian Cemetery - SE corner of section 18 of Colony Twp., 1888


Douglas Township:
Rockdale Cemetery - section 7 of Douglas Twp., 4 miles west of Carbon, Mormons might have been buried in this cemetery, it is also called Norway Cemetery and Larson Burying Ground.

Quincy Township:
The Qunicy Annex
The "Old North" Quincy Cemetery - section 8 of Quincy Twp., JMB Miller buried here, oldest stone is dated 1855
Oakland Cemetery - section 17 of Quincy Twp., est. 1854, north section is oldest, cemetery contained 960 lots in 1984.
Queen City Cemetery - section 25 of Quincy Twp., new marker and flagpole near Lake Binder
Walnut Grove Cemetery- section 34 of Quincy Twp., at the NW corner of Corning


Prescott Township:
Evergreen Cemetery - section 14 of Prescott Twp., NW of Prescott
Old Prescott or Castle Cemetery - section 14 of Prescott Twp., 0.5 mile north of school
Icarian Cemetery - section 32 of Prescott Twp., 3.5 miles east of Corning, est. 1857
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery - used by the Methodist Episcopal Church


Union Township:
Summit Cemetery - NE corner of section 21, Union Twp., 5 acres and 186 lots, 4 mi east of Prescott

Nodoway Township:
Nodaway Cemetery - Section 9 of Nodaway Twp, 2 miles NE of Nodaway.
Baldwin Cemetery - Section 1 of Nodaway Twp, 1 mile west of the Brooks corner on US 34. The first grave was in 1858, Freeborne G. Baldwin.  66 lots surrounded by virgin timber.
Methodist Grove - purchased in 1855 by Wm W. Wellingham. SW corner of Section 6, Nodaway Twp.  First burial is child of John and Rhoda Smith. First adult burial was Oliver Hamilton, father of Mrs. Milton Richey.


Private Cemeteries:
Southwest of Nodaway near the old Baker cut is a small old plot with a few graves. 1.25 miles west of old Henshaw is a clump of lost graves with no markers of any kind. On the Gibb Pierce 4 miles south of Nodaway is a family lot with a few graves with good monuments.

Jasper Township:
Brooks Cemetery - Section 6, Jasper Twp. up a long lane from the Brooks-Corning road (Blue Grass Road) about 1 mile NE of Brooks. Many veterans buried here.
Calvary Cemetery - Section 2, Jasper Twp. on the South edge of Corning south of US 34 adjacent to Oak Hill Cemetery.
Oak Hill Cemetery- Section 2, Jasper Twp. adjacent to Calvary Cemetery. A large Catholic statue sits on the boundary between the two.
Prairie Rose Cemetery - Section 28, Jasper Twp.5 miles south and 2 miles west of Corning. One of the larger cemeteries in the county.
Old Brooks Pioneer Cemetery - Section 8, Jasper Twp. near the East Nodaway River on a high bluff on the property of Robert F. Brown. There is no road to this cemetery and very few markers. The stones were moved to the Brooks Cemetery sometime after 1937 due to eroision. The first owner was James Campbell in 1856, then Jacob Strait Lawrence, Ed Snethen, Cooneys, then Brown. (info from Floyd Lawrence)


Mercer Township: No cemeteries in this township.

Grant Township:
Stringtown Cemetery - Section 6, Grant Twp. at the Stringtown corner of US 34 (jct of IA 49 and US 34) north of Lenox.  127 lots on 2 acres. A large monument of a young woman resting her chin in her hand, made from Italian marble is visible from US 34.
Salem Cemetery - Section 18, Grant Twp. 2.5 miles south and 1 mile west of Stringtown, near Salem Church of the Brethren. 108 lots.

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