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Surrounded by private property, Ste. Genevieve Co, MO. Transcription and some images.
Herculaneum, Jefferson County, MO
Near St. Mary, MO; Sycamore Street from Highway 61, turn right on Cemetery Road.
Off Hwy D, Ste. Genevieve County, Farmington, MO
Off Highway 32, Chestnut Ridge.
Highway 61, north of Bloomsdale
Concord School Road, off Highway OO; overlooking Interstate 55.
Highway 32 in Weingarten.
near Piedmont, Wayne Co, MO, surrounded by private property
Located between the Southernmost points of Ste. Genevieve county on Hwy T – is on the South side of Hwy T.
Doe Run, MO
near Bonne Terre, MO
Randolph Co, IL
County Road 261, near Arbor, Cape Girardeau Co, MO; directions: from hwy 25 South make a right on county road 262, when the road splits, stay to the right (county road 261). Continue until you see the cemetery, right up against the road, on the right side; I believe it’s about a mile in. This […]
“on what used to be the farm of John S. Beard in Ste. Genevieve County, near Minnith”
Miscellaneous pieces of information
This cemetery may be listed in #’s 1-85 somewhere by a different name… Much Thank you’s out to Patricia Vandergriff for this transcription! This cemetery was founded by Christian Poggemoeller, great-grandfather of Patricia. Christopher, Baby; (BD)11-15-1932; child of Clyde and Agnes Christopher Christopher, Clyde V.; (B)11-17-1912 (D)4-24-2000; married to Agnes Poggemoeller, granddaughter of Christian and […]
Coffman; new cemetery
Highway T, Womack
Highway T, Womack
Ste. Genevieve Co
This listing is from the book Cemeteries of St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve Counties Missouri, by Irene Hulsey Murdick and Marlyn Thomas Mauk; “presented through” Sarah Barton Murphy Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; Farmington, MO, 2000 The Old William Brown Cemetery is located in Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri. William Brown was a […]
River aux Vases
Current as of 10-18-02 with a few updates made 09-26-06 Thank you Donald Yeager for helping me sort a few things out and make more updates in 2010. This cemetery is located on Trodgon Road which is just inside the Ste. Genevieve Co, border (next to St. Francois Co) off of Highway 32. The cemetery […]
Hwy 32 to Trogden Road to Colony Church Road.
Exact location unknown
Directions: from Ste. Genevieve, take hwy 61 North, turn left on Hwy A to Zell. About a mile in, I’m guessing, make a right on Zell Rd; when the road splits, you can go either way, both ways will go by the church. (But to the left will take you back to Hwy A and […]
Directions: from hwy 61 in Ste. Genevieve, turn on Hwy M – it’s right there before you leave the city limits. This cemetery is extremely large; this is currently only a partial listing (but growing all the time, please check back occasionally). The listing has been collected by Scott Reed from stones, obituaries, and other […]
Memorial Cemetery is also sometimes called “Old Cemetery.” The gates to Memorial Cemetery are pictured here. The date on the middle column reads 1787. Memorial Cemetery was actually the second cemetery of Ste. Genevieve, (the first being washed out during the Flood of 1785) the land and provisions being granted by the Spanish. The […]
Sorry, but there is no transcription at this time. Photos were low-quality and removed (don’t worry, they didn’t show anything helpful anyway). Better photos to come as soon as possible. Submissions appreciated. :)
Within the last several years, the church that owns this land, suddenly demolished the old cemetery to make room for school expansion (St. Philomena). The old graves were dug up and relocated to a mass grave. Some stones were broken during the move and no longer exist for posterity to enjoy, some others were carelessly […]