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Cemeteries of
Lincoln County, Kansas



There are 32 named cemeteries in Lincoln County,
ranging from unfenced, unmarked graveyards such as Shady Bend and Trail Creek
to large city cemeteries in Lincoln and Barnard.

There are also abandoned homestead burial grounds,
many more than we know of, or probably ever will.

One of those, the Simmons family lot, is on this list because it has received much attention and includes two -- at least -- veterans among its burials.

Other plots are located in pastures, on private land.
And there are also several people buried at the site of the old County Poor Farm. That site has been protected from encroachment by the Jeffers family. I believe there are 10 or 11 people buried there.

For more about Lincoln County's cemetery, use the links below.

 

Bethany

Beverly

Denmark Lutheran

Elkhorn

Emmanuel

Free Mission

Green Valley

Hammer

Hynes

Heiser

Lincoln

Milo

Monroe

Patterson

Pottersburg

Prairie Grove

Rosette

Shady Bend

Simmons

Spillman

Spring Creek

St. John Catholic

St. John Lutheran

St. Patrick's Catholic

St. Paul's Lutheran

Sunnyside

Sylvan Grove

Trail Creek

Union Valley

Vesper

Voss

Washam


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Cemeteries near Lincoln County's borders

Grave of Lincoln County settler Chalmers Smith

 


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