Kane County
Illinois Genealogy Trails

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List of Kane County Cemeteries and their locations

Cemeteries in the Vicinity of Elgin

Cemetery Map


East Aurora/Root Street Cemetery:

Record of Burial Places of Soldiers & Sailors
(The Military Roll of Honor, pub. 1929)

Click the link to start browsing through the lists or click on the cemeteries below to go straight to that page. Remember that these are the burial places of only the military personnel who served before WWII. They are NOT complete cemetery transcriptions by any stretch of the imagination.

Aurora Cemeteries:

Aurora, Big Woods, Calvary, French Catholic, German Catholic , Irish Catholic, Jerico, Maple Park, Mt. Olivet, Riverside, Root Street (aka East Aurora), St. Joseph, St. Michael's, St.Nicholas, St. Paul Lutheran, Spring Lake, West Aurora

Batavia Cemeteries:

Batavia, East Batavia, East Side, West Batavia

Big Rock:

South Big Rock, Welsh, West Big Rock


Burlington, South Burlington

Campton Twp: Wasco Dundee: Dundee


Blackberry, Elburn, Round-A-Tree, St. Gall

Elgin Twp:

Bluff City, Bluff City Soldier's Reserve, Elgin, Gilberts, Jones Lournell, Mt. Hope , North Plato, Oak Woods, Plato Center, Udina, Village, Washington, Wayne


East Side Oak Hill, Geneva, Mt. Home, Oak Hill, West Geneva, West Side

Hampshire Twp:

Doty, German Evangelical, Hampshire Center, St. Charles Catholic, Starks

Hinsdale: Bronswood, Fullerburg Kaneville: Kaneville

Lincoln, Riverside Mausoleum
St. Charles:

Lilly Lake, New, North, Private, St. Charles, South, Union
Sugar Grove: Sugar Creek Unknown Cemeteries:

Mt. Carmel, Ridgewood, Smith, Towerville, Walnut, Washington Grove, Whitney, Zion City
Virgil Township: Gardner, Van Vlack Kane Soldiers listed in the roll buried in unknown cemeteries


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