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Cemeteries in Lincoln County, Missouri (U-Z)
Last updated 13 January 2008

U

Unfer Cemetery

  • Location:  Family cemetery on a farm owned by Wilbert Unfer Dickmeyer and Edith E. Dickmeyer.  Farm is called "Heritage Farm," formerly Lakeview.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

(near) Elsberry - Unnamed Cemetery

Uptegrove Pioneer Cemetery

  • Location:  On a farm between Louisville and Corso, about 5 miles from the Old Liberty Cemetery where many Uptegroves are buried.  The Atlas of Lincoln Co., Mo., locates the farm in T51N, R2W, Sec.28.
  • Census:  Online Cemetery Transcription -- complete
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

V

Vance Cemetery

  • Location: 
  • Census: 

Verdier Cemetery

W

Wade Cemetery

  • Location:  From Troy, take Hwy (61) south to Lincoln Co. road #886 left to #879 right.  T48N, R1E, Sec.28.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Wallace Farm Cemetery

Watts Cemetery (1)

  • Location:  On the west side of the Forrest Keeling Nursery Farm, Elsberry. (Old Elliott Farm by lake, 1978).
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I

Watts Cemetery (2)

  • Location:  Off of Hwy (JJ) on grave road near Damron Quarry.  Go north on Hwy (61) from Troy to the junction of (61) and (V). Go right on (V). (V) becomes (JJ). Go to Glosier Farm, gravel road across from this farm running north, go past Damron Quarry approx. 1 mi. Large barn sits in field on hill to left.  Cemetery sits southwest of barn and old log house approx. 100 yds.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II

Watts-Lindsey-McFarland Cemetery

  • Location:  On farm owned by Kenneth Eisenbath, Moscow Mills (1984). Cemetery is near blacktop road (Z) about 2-1/2 mi. east of Louisville. Cemetery located on land homesteaded by Henry Watts, later sold to Lindsay.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VII

Watts, Nelson Cemetery
(Nelson Watts Cemetery)

Weatherford Cemetery

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

Whispering Winds Cemetery

  • Location:  was established about 1992/1995 and is operated by Carter Ricks Funeral Home. Address: 3838 E Hwy 47, Winfield, Missouri.  Take Hwy 47 North from Troy, Mo. Go approximately 13 miles. You will see Carter Ricks Funeral Home, turn right into the parking lot and the Cemetery is on the left side of the Funeral Home." which I think are wrong. Hwy 47 runs East-West. Probably meant to say "Take Hwy 47 north of Troy, going East. ..." Alternate direction: Take Hwy 47 west from junction of Hwy 47 and 79 and go a mile or two to the funeral home. (Directions provided by Neal Underwood, 2006).
  • Census:  On the USGenWeb Archives Site

Whiteside Family Cemetery

  • Location:  William G. White and Erma Parke White Memorial Wildlife Area (810) acres 15 mi. north of Troy. West of Hwy (61) near Whiteside, Mo., 1/4 mi. south of Whiteside.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Wilkerson Cemetery - (see Elsberry Family Cemetery)

  • Location:  Elsberry area (1916 death certificate of Dell Robinson; E. S. Morris, Elsberry, Undertaker)(submitted by Neal Underwood).
  • Census: 

Wilkinson Burial Ground - (see Elsberry Family Cemetery)

  • Location:  Elsberry area (1923 obit. of Elizabeth Hester Elsberry Wilkinson; widow of J. C. Wilkinson who died 1888; funeral in Elsberry at home of J. R. Wilkinson)(submitted by Neal Underwood).
  • Census: 

Williams Cemetery

  • Location:  About 1/4 mi. west of Louisville to gravel road, turn left, down road around first sharp curve.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VII

Wilson Cemetery

David Wilson Cemetery

  • Location:  The David Wilson Cemetery is in a patch of trees and thick undergrowth in the middle of a field about a mile and a half north of where County Roads E and B meet and 1 mile through the field east of Highway 61. This is private property. The land was originally purchased by David Wilson, Sr. in 1820. Exact location: 39 10’ 01.21" N, 90 58’ 11.89" W (39.166694, -90.971689)
  • Census:  Online Cemetery Transcription -- complete
  • Tombstone Photo Page

Wilson Chapel Cemetery

Winfield Cemetery

Wright Cemetery I

  • Location:  On the farm belonging to the Kroupa Brothers (1977).
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. II

Wright Cemetery II

  • Location:  Stones now preserved in the basement of the Old Rock House, home of Shapley Ross, Moscow Mills (1990).
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. VIII

Z

Zion Cemetery

  • Location:  Take Hwy (47) west to Hawk Point. Then take Hwy (A). Church and cemetery on the left.  T49N, R3W, Sec.23.
  • Census:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. V

Zoar Cemetery


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