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Graceland Cemetery Map

Graceland Cemetery Database

GRACELAND CEMETERY: Originally known as "Brown's Burying Ground," the land for the cemetery was purchased from George W. "Hoo Doo" and Sarah E. Brown, March 23, 1887, for the sum of $2,000.00. The Browns asked that the name be changed to "Graceland" in memory of their small daughter, Grace, who had been buried there. A corporation was formed, and in 1935, a cemetery district was incorporated.


Plains Cemetery Map

Plains Cemetery Database


Fowler Cemetery Database

Fowler Cemetery Map


Atwater Cemetery Database
Atwater Map
(photos of stones available)

Elsie Chapel Cemetery Database
Elsie Chapel Map
(photos of stones available)

Emmanuel Mennonite Cemetery
Emmanuel Cemetery Map
(link to Mennonite Settlement cemetery listings on another website)

Evangelical Mennonite Brethren Cemetery
aka Countryside Bible Church Cemetery
EMB-Countryside Map

Five Mile Cemetery Database
aka Butler Cemetery

McCauley Cemetery Database
aka First Congregational Cemetery
aka Crooked Creek Cemetery
(photos of stones available)

Plains View Mennonite Cemetery

South Kleine Gemeinde Cemetery
Kleine Gemeinde Map

Stone School Lutheran Cemetery Database
aka Odee Cemetery - aka Schmoker Cemetery
Stone School Cemetery Map

West Glendale Cemetery Database
aka Friends Cemetery

Wilburn Cemetery Database

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information about any of our Cemetery Databases.

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