Burial Site
Baldwin Kimsey Creek
Boyd Kimsey Creek  
Center District Mound City
Cunningham Mound City
Dunkard Mound City
Mount Hope Mound City
New Bethel Mound City
North Bethel Mound City
Old Mound City Mound City
Shultz Mound City
South Bethel Kimsey Creek or Mound City
Worsham Farm Mound City
Easter Bigelow
Elm Grove Church Bigelow
Sauer/Laukemper Bigelow Catholic families from Bigelow Parish. Enclosed one acre plot and a few stones remain. Unkept cemetery. Northeast corner of the south half of the Northeast quarter of Section 18-Township 61N-Range 39W
Fairview New Point/ Maitland
Maitland Maitland Maitland Knights of Phythias Cemetery
Schooler Maitland
Forest City
Brodbeck Forbes
Wilson Kimsey Creek or Forest City
Benton Church Forest City
Forest City Forest City/ Oregon Est. 1854, also known as Union
Millison Forest City Several un-marked graves can be seen, at top of a hill, about 3 ½ miles northeast of Forest City, located where open pastureland and woodland meet, covered by clumps of iris. Believed to be Lease and related families.
Roderick Kimsey Creek or Forest City
Brodbeck Forbes
Carter Forbes
Forbes Forbes Nicely maintained, beautiful, quiet spot.
Highland Forbes
Kelly Farm Forbes Private Property. In the northeast part of the West half of the Southeast quarter of Section 17-Township 60N-Range 38W.
Pierce Family Forbes
Stephenson Forbes Stephenson Cemetery, established on their original farm, south part, NE quarter of Sect.7, in Forbes Township.
Taylor Forbes
McGuire New Point Near the center of Section 19-Township 60N-Range 38W.
New Point New Point
Nichols Grove New Point Established 1869
Nodaway New Point
Shiloh Shiloh Church has been United Brethren, Evangelical-United Brethren, and United Methodist. Located sourtheast corner of NE quarter of Sec. 1.
Twin Oaks New Point
Turney Forest City Private burials on Turney Farm.
Bailey Family Oregon Family cemetery, private property, established by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bailey, also buried there.
Embrey Farm Oregon Small pioneer cemetery, approximately 50x50 feet, on the Nodaway river bluff. Near the East side of the Southwest quarter of Section 36 - Township 60N - Range37W.
Holt County Farm Oregon
Hudson Family Oregon Private Property burials Southwest corner of the Northwest quarter of Section 14-Township 61N-Range 38W
Huiatt Family Oregon Private Property burials
Kurtz Family Oregon Private Property. South side, Southeast quarter of Section 19-Township 60N-Range 37W.
Maple Grove Oregon Also known as Oregon Maple Grove, located in City of Oregon, Sections 26 & 35, Township 60N.
Mill Creek Oregon
Nickell Farm Family Oregon
Noland Oregon Also known as Noland/Gibson Cemetery, just NW of Oregon.
Pollock Oregon
Calvern Corning
Corning Corning
German Lutheran Corning
Tarkio Chapel Fortescue Also known as Brickyard Cemetery, at one time the Chapel sat on one end of this property.
Catron Fortescue Est. 1863
Fortescue Church Fortescue This is not a cemetery, but has some misplaced headstones from the Easter Cemetery.
Carroll Farm Richville
Iddings Richville Iddings Cemetery near Richville Northeast part of the Northwest quarter of Section 34 Township 60N - Range 37W.
Loyd Family Richville Private Property, in un-fenced farm field. Has been respected and undisturbed through the years. In Southwest part of the East half of the Northeast quarter of Section 28-Township 60N-Range 37 W.
Brush College Craig Brush collage closed. Property sold, new owners removed the stones, and plowed the fields.
Guilliams Craig
I.O.O.F. Cemetery Craig Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Liberty Craig
Miller Farm Craig
New Liberty Craig
Ward-Sharp Craig "No visible evidence remains, of these pioneer families, and possible slaves buried on the farm. A few stones, from this site may still exist at other locations, but most of the graves have been removed. North part of the East half of the SW quarter of Section 36-township 63N- Range e-40W "
Williams Corning or Craig
Unknown Township
Brandon Big Lake
Conn Private family burials. Bordered by a concrete wall, with stone steps leading to the concrete covered graves.