Kidwiler Cemetery, Jackson Township, Hardin County, Iowa
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Kidwiler Cemetery, Jackson Township, Section 1
Pioneer Cemetery - Abandoned
Hardin County's oldest cemetery is tucked away so far from the road that probably few of the county's younger residents even know it exists. Here the lonely winds whisper through lonesome pines in Kidwiler cemetery, trees which perhaps form shadows of memoriers of early Hardin county settlers.
This cemetery is located, south of the vanished town of Eagle City, or take the first road south of Iowa Falls Airport, east 7 miles, north 1/2 mile and 1/3 mile west, back in a pasture.
This cemetery is not maintained, it is grown over with weeds, brush, and trees, the stones are hard to find and many are missing.
Compiled by Glenn & Sally Paul 1974.
|KIDWILER, Jane A.||July 25, 1867||24y 4m 8 d|
|KIDWILER, Mary||June 23, 1863||wife J. Kidwiler|
|KIDWILER, Jacob||June 18, 1863||58y 8m 21d|
|KIDWILER, Rachael||Sept. 21, 1852||dau of J & M Kidwiler|
|LAMBRIGHT, Mary||Sept. 1, 1868||1yr 11m 21d dau of M & J|
|LAMBRIGHT, Mary||Aug. 1. 1868||22y 5m 3d w/J.L.|
|LAMBRIGHT, Emanuel||June 21, 1866||5m 11d son of J & M|
|LAMBRIGHT, Rachael||July 5, 1863||26y 2m 11d dau of H & E|
|LAMBRIGHT, Henry||Nov. 11, 1869|
|LAMBRIGHT, Jacob||history states he is buried here but no tombstone was found|
|LIVENGOOD, Samuel||Dec 23, 1862||22y 9m 7d|
|LIVENGOOD, John W.||May 25, 1856||2 d son of S & B|
|POTTS, Mary Ann||Feb. 25, 1857||11m 8d dau of J & EJ|
|POTTS, John||history states he is buried here but no tombstone was found|
|REDINGER, John||Mar. 25, 1875||4y 9m 15d son of FR&RJ Redinger|
|RILEY, William||history states he is buried here but no tombstone was found|