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Abbey Family Cemetery

Near Sidney, MO -The town of Sidney is no longer in existence. It was located 3miles S.W. of Rensselaer.

Adiel Cemetery

 

Antioch Cemetery

churchyard of Antioch Baptist Church, organized 1870

Barkley Cemetery

New London, Mo.

Bethelham Cemetery

 

Big Creek Cemetery

 

Brinkmeier Cemetery

 

Briscoe Cemetery

 

Buford Family Cemetery

Family plot located on a farm known as "The Buford Place", three miles west of New London, Missouri;  no longer in use, nor has it been for many years; the stones are all fallen, and it is in a sad state or repair. 

Carstarphen Family Cemetery

Burying ground on the farm of George E. Crow, located west of New London, Mo.

Centenary Cemetery

 

Center Cemetery

Center

Corinth Cemetery

 

Crawford Cemetery

Located on the old dirt road north of New London, Mo.

Dimmitt Cemetery

 

Dudley Butler Cemetery

Located on a farm.

Epperson Cemetery

 

Fern Chapel Cemetery

 

Finley Cemetery

 

Flint Hill Cemetery

 

Flowerree Cemetery

 

Foreman Cemetery

 

Gerry Cemetery

 

Glascock Family Cemetery

Located on the William Glascock farm 5 miles east of New London, Missouri; graves are at the bottom of the east lawn of a beautiful old brick farm house, built by the pioneer, Noah Glascock for one of his children.

Grand View Burial Park

 

Greathouse Cemetery

 

Haden Cemetery

 

Hascall Cemetery

 

Hawkins Cemetery

Located on Highway 54, between New London and Center

Hays Creek Cemetery

 

Hope Cemetery

Mills Creek

Hudson Cemetery

Located on the farm of Glenn Scott, 7 miles southeast of New London, Mo.

Hydesburg Cemetery

 

Kiethley Cemetery

 

Lick Creek Cemetery

 

Linneus Griffin Farm Cemetery

On the farm of Linneus Griffin, 5 miles east of New London, Mo.

Madisonville Cemetery

Located 1/2 mile northeast of Madisonville, Mo.

Marble Creek Cemetery

 

Mount Sterling Cemetery

Located about four miles south of New London, Mo. in the churchyard of Mount Sterling Presbyterian Church

Muldrow Cemetery

 

New London Cemetery (Old)

Located at the south-west edge of New London; located on the farm of J. Guy Biggs. It's the second cemetery in New London. The first was originally at the northeast edge the town and burials ceased there quite early, about 1830. The Old New London was used until Barkley Cemetery was given to the town and community by Matthew Barkley about 1890. In 1940 many of the stones had disappeared and in 1946, less than half of what was there in 1940 couldn't be found

Norton Cemetery

 

Olivet Cemetery

 

Pethel Baptist Cemetery

Located 4 1/2 miles west of New London. Situated in the church yard of the ruins of the old Bethel Baptist Church.
No burials have taken place there for many years.

Pleasant Grove Cemetery

 

Pleasant View Cemetery

 

Rensselear

 

Robert Briggs Cemetery

Located 5 miles west of New London, Mo. on a farm

Saint Judes Cemetery

 

Saint Paul Cemetery

Center

Salt Lick Cemetery

Located at Salt Lick Baptist Church, 12 miles north of Spalding Springs, scene of early Salt making in Ralls County, Missouri

Salt River Cemetery

Located 1 mile north of Salt River Christian Church, about 3 1/2 milas east of New London, Mo.

Saverton Cemetery

Located at Saverton, Missouri This burial plot shows signs of  being much larger than at present.
Some fallen stones can be found on outside the cemetery fence. (1940)

Schindler Cemetery

 

Scobee Cemetery

 

Sinklear Cemetery

 

Tapley-Thompson Cemetery

Located on the farm of Glenn Scott, 7 miles southeast of New London, Mo.

Truitt Cemetery

 

Utterback Cemetery

 

Vandalia Cemetery

 

Vardeman Family Cemetery

Family burying ground located about 6 1/2 miles west of New London, Mo., on a farm originally owned by Jeremiah Vardeman, a Baptist preacher prominent in that faith in the early 1800's.

Watson Cemetery

 

Wolf Cemetery

 

Sources for this listing:  Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Ralls County, Missouri Volume I, Death Certificates and Podunk.com. Submitted by C. Horton




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