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Cemeteries in Lincoln County, Missouri (E-H)
Last updated 3 May 2008

E

East Cemetery

  • Location:  Take Hwy (47) west from Troy approx. 2 mi.  Cemetery on right side in field about 50 yards from highway.  One large stone can be seen from highway.   T49N, R1W, Sec.31, Bedford Township.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Edwards Cemetery

  • Location:  On Hwy (W), T50N, R1E, Sec.24.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Ellis Cemetery

  • Location:  Go north on Hwy (61) from Troy, Mo. to the junction of Hwy (61) and Hwy (E). Turn left on (E) and go 1/2 mi to the first gravel road on the right. Turn   right and proceed for 1.7 mi. to the Wilson Farm on the left side of road, just before MillCreek Church.  Cemetery sits next to hose back in field.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Elmore Cemetery

  • Location:  Go south from Hawk Point on Hwy (47), turn right as soon as you cross Coon Creek bridge (about 0.7 mi. from railroad tracks), go to first drive on left. Follow this to house. Cemetery is just SW of the house.  Located in SE 1/4, Sec. 4, Twp 48, R 2. 
  • Census:  Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal, 2:4 (Fall 1982) p. 195.
    Reprinted by permission.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Elmwood Cemetery

  • Location:  North of the town of Whiteside.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Elsberry Cemetery

  • This cemetery is more precisely known as the Hammack-Elsberry Cemetery (See the listing, below). It is the same cemetery identified in the Census in Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I as "Elsberry Cemetery".

Elsberry City Cemetery

  • Location:  Elsberry.  On Hwy (B), about 2-3 miles west of Hwy (79). Directly adjacent to the highway on the north, with a large brick planter and sign at the entrance. T51N, R2E, Sur. 1706.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Elsberry Family Cemetery (a.k.a. Wilkerson Cemetery, Wilkinson Burial Ground)

  • Location:  Highway (79) North to Elsberry, West on Browns Mill Road to Long Blvd. Right on Long Blvd which dead ends at the Hunt-Guinness farm where the cemetary is located.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

(near) Elsberry - unnamed cemetery

Evangelische St. Johinneskibche Cemetery, 1892

  • Location:  Take Union St. in Troy and proceed south on Hwy (J) for 6.3 mi.   Take gravel road on right (west), next to Zoar Cemetery.  Turn west and proceed up gravel road 2 mi. to abandoned church.   Cemetery is in back of church.  Name on church is Evangelische St. Johinneskibche.
  • Census: St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, 10:4 (December 1977) p. 129.
    Reprinted by permission.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Eversmeier Cemetery

  • Location:  On the Paul Vahle Farm (1980s). T49N, R1W, Sec.32, NE Quarter.   1-1/4 mi. west on gravel road from junction of Hwy (J) and (WW).  60 ft. south of county road west of a private drive just past Davis home drive. On the north side of the road.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. IV

Ezekiel Downing Cemetery

  • See "Downing Cemetery, Ezekial" above.

F

Fairview Cemetery

  • Location:  Take Hwy (47) west to Hawk Point to Hwy (D) go 7.8 mi. on (D) to Hwy (O). Church and cemetery.  T51N, R2W, Sec.21.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Faulconer Cemetery (Listed as "Foulconer" in Gone But Not Forgotten on-line Index)

  • Location:  T48N, R1W, Sec. 24, Lincoln County Road #729.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Ferry Cemetery

Fine Cemetery

Foxwell Cemetery

Friedens Cemetery (aka Anderson Hill-Friedens Cemetery)

  • (See Anderson Hill-Friedens Cemetery in this collection)

G

Garrett-Jones Cemetery

  • Location:  Southwest of Hawk Point, on the Carol White Farm (1960). T49N, R2W, Secc.31, Hawk Point Township.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Gerdemann-Cahall Cemetery

  • Location: 
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. X

Gibson Cemetery

  • Location: 
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. X

Giles Cemetery

  • Location:  Less than 1/4 mi. west of Alonzo Hammett Res. (1981), north of Hawk Point.  S1/2, NW1/4, of SE1/4 of Sec.28, T49N, R2W.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Gilkey Cemetery

  • Location:  Property of Robert G. Lynn (1991).  T51N, R2E, Sec.19. End of Page Branch Road.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Gilmer Cemetery

  • Location:  On the Louis Houston Jr. Farm (1970).
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II

Gladney Cemetery

Guthrie Cemetery

  • Location:  Silex
  • Census:  ?

Graue-Linn Cemetery

  • Location:  Linns Mill, Clark Township, land owned by Mrs. Hilda Barbay Ferguson, Mo.  T48N, R1W, Sec.17.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Grimes-Howard

  • Location:  Southwest of Elsberry, Mo., Hwy (JJ) on the old Howard Farm, owned in 1981 by Mr. & Mrs. Carr Edwards Jr.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II

H

Hall Cemetery

  • Location: 
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. X

Halley Cemetery (?Same as Halley-Liles Cemetery?)

  • Location:  Auburn
  • Census:  ?

Halley-Liles Cemetery (?Same as Liles Cemetery?)

  • Location:  Auburn
  • Census:  ?

Hamilton Cemetery

  • Location:  Okete
  • Census:  ?

Hammack-Elsberry Cemetery

  • Hurricane Township, Twp 51N, R 1E, Sec 34. On Hwy (B), about 4.2 miles east of the junction of Hwy (61) and Hwy. (B). Cemetery sits on north side of (B), 100 feet west of the junction of Hwy (B) & (NN). Cemetery is just beyond the highway right of way on north side, visible from the highway, directly in front of the home of Mrs. Leon Lovell on land known as the "old Luckett farm." (1981) (The junction of Hwy (B) and (NN) is the location of the annual Old Thresher's meet.)
  • Census:  Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal, 1:3 (Summer 1981) p. 127.
    Reprinted by permission.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Harmony Grove Cemetery

  • Location:  Go north from Troy, Mo. on Hwy (61) to the junction of Hwy (61) and Hwy (KK). Turn east on (KK) and go to the Chain of Rocks Road on the left side of (KK). A sharp turn to the left and go 4/10 of a mi., cemetery sits on right side of Chain of Rocks Road, enclosed by iron fence.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Harvey Cemetery I

  • Location:  Go north on Hwy (61) from Troy, Mo. to the junction of Hwy (61) and Hwy (B). Turn right on (B) and go to the junction of (B) and Hwy (W). Turn left on (W) and go 2.8 mi. to gravel cross road, go left on gravel road bearing to right at metal bridge over creek, go up hill 1/4 mi. to dirt road leading to barn on left. (This building was the Harvey home at one time.) Cemetery sits next to barn on hill.  Cemetery has a stone wall around the outside.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Harvey Cemetery II

  • Location:  South of Elsberry, Mo., Hwy (79) on the Burger Farm (1981). Go south on Hwy (79) to the first farm past the Star Hope Church. Turn right into drive. Modern brick home with large two story house behind. Follow driveway back 0.8 mi. to old home in field. Stone sits to right under old red cedar tree.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II.  (one gravestone)

Harvey Cemetery III

  • Location:  Off Hwy (61) on Watson Quarry Road about 1 mi. to Lester Schloemann's Farm (1970). At east edge of yard fence look on north side of road for fence line. Cemetery located on east side of fence line in some timber.  Old fence around boundaries of cemetery. Land owned in 1970 by heirs of Henry Smith.
  • Census: Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II
  • Census:  Submitted by Carlos W. Earl (g g grandson of Martin Harvey).

Harvey Cemetery IV

Hawk Point Cemetery

  • Location:  Hawk Point, T49N, R2W, Sec.3.
  • Census:  (Compiled Cem Info coming soon -- partial)
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. IV

(near) Hawk Point - "Our Graveyard" unnamed cemetery

(near) Hawk Point - Unnamed Cemetery

Henderson Rue Sitton Cemetery
(See "Sitton Cemetery, Henderson Rue" below.)

Henry Carter Cemetery

  • Location:  On the old Carter place, now the Jim Richards Home, southwest of the Old Drovers Inn on the Red Ball Route.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Herndon Cemetery

Highland Prairie Cemetery

Hines Farm Cemetery

Hopkins Family Cemetery

  • Location:  Go north on Hwy (61) from Troy, Mo. to the junction of Hwy (61) and Hwy (KK). Turn right on (KK) and go about 3 mi. (KK) runs between two cemeteries: Hopkins Cemetery on the right and Dodson Cemetery on the  left.
  • Census:  St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, 12:3 (Fall 1979). 
    Reprinted by permission. (Hopkins Family Bible Records also included in this issue.)
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Howdeshell Cemetery

  • Location:  T51N, R1E, Sec.31.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Howell Cemetery

  • Location:  Silex

Howell Tucker Cemetery

  • Location:  Go west on Hwy (47) from Troy, Mo. to the junction of Hwy (H). Turn right on (H) and go to second county road on the left. Follow this road for approx. 3 mi.   Cemetery sits on the right side of road.  Cemetery has concrete fence posts and road jogs to go around cemetery..
  • Census:  St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, 10:4 (December 1977) p. 129.
    Reprinted by permission.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Hubbard Cemetery

Hunter Cemetery

  • Location:  Northwest of Troy, Bedford Township.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

Hutton-Capps

  • Location:  T49N, R2W, Sec.5, Ninavah Township.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. III

* Past issues from 1982 of the St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly are available for purchase.

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