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Cemetery List for Audrain County
of Audrain County
of Cemeteries in Audrain County, some not on this page.
Antioch Christian Church Cemetery * 2 miles west of St Hy 15 in Audrain County on south side of Co Rd #280 *
Barnett Cemetery * N ½ of NE ¼ of SW ¼ of Sec. 12, T 51N R 9W
Beaver Dam Cemetery partial listing
Benton City Cemetery partial listing
Berea Baptist Cemetery partial listing and full listing
Bethlehem or Faddis Cemetery. Wilson township. Sec 20 T52N R10W.
Central Union Cemetery new in Cuivre Township
Crouch–Fuget Cemetery NE qtr of SE qtr Sec 35 T 51 N R 5 W
Possible ERB family Burials
Edwards Cemetery, map only no listings
Emmanuel Evangelical German Church Cemetery
Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery Vandalia, MO
Eubanks Cemetery updated with photos
Farber Cemetery Lot Owners List from the late 1980's.
Farber Cemetery 1990's listing new
Farber Cemetery off site link only
Gass Cemetery- no listing, may have been originally what became the Old Poor or County Farm Cemetery.
Laddonia Cemetery Part One -Surnames Adams
Littleby Baptist Cemetery NE ¼ of the NW ¼ of Sec. 23 T52N R8W. (North of Mexico13 miles on StRd J. )
Littleby Methodist Cemetery North on Rte. J to KK , east about 3 & 1/2 miles south side
Littleby Cemetery off site link only probably incomplete listing
Maple Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery
Martinsburg Cemetery partial listingMcDonald Cemetery Sec 24 T51N R10W .2 of a mile south of Thompson, Missouri on west side of CoRd #215. This cemetery has been known as Thompson Cemetery or Hopewell Cemetery.
Morris-Johnson Cemetery Section 17, T50N R7W Loutre Township
Mount Olive or Cuivre Cemetery new (Mount Olive Colored Cemetery)
Mt. Zion new NW 1/4 of the NW ¼ of Sec. 14 T52N R9W one mile southwest of Molino
Musick Cemetery NW ¼ of SE ¼ of Sec. 15, T51N, R5W
New Hope Baptist Cemetery - nw corner of nw ¼ of sw ¼ of Section 28, T51N R10W.
New Hope Cemetery Map one of the two New Hope Cemeteries
New Hope Christian Cemetery southeast of Mexico on Rte.JJ. new
New Mt. Zion Cemetery About one mile south of Martinsburg west side of CoRd #751, north of and adjacent to St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery.
New Providence Cemetery new listings and map included nw corner of Section 27, T51N, R5W
Offutt Cemetery ( 2) new both located in Salt River Township, close to each other.
Old Baptist Church Cemetery/near Sante Fe ( Sante Fe is in Monroe County)
Old West Mexico Cemetery
Payne Cemetery map from GNIS the same as
Payne-Seeley-Saxe in Sec 28. T 51 N. R 5 W Transcription now online
Rockhill Cemetery or Rock Hill Cemetery
Saxe Cemetery same as Payne Cemetery re: viewer
Smith, James Smith Cemetery-
Stephenson Family Cemetery/Mexico
Still Family Cemetery-
Thompson Public Cemetery
Trinity Church Cemetery a few obits only
Unnamed Cemetery/near Martinsburg
Unity Cemetery T52N R 7W S 7 ( 391838N-0914417W) north of Rush Hill about 6 miles (1)
Unity Cemetery T50N R8W, S. 4 ( 390615N- 0914545W) south of Benton City (2)
Vandalia City Cemetery Name index only
Wesley Chapel Church Cemetery NW ¼ NW ¼ SEC 7 T52N R7W. Church was first called Unity and is still some times known as Unity.
West Cuivre Baptist Church Cemetery incomplete use the one below
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