Camel Hump Cemetery is located in Waynesville Township Section 15, off Road 450E.  It was neatly groomed.  I have found very little written about this cemetery.  It is fairly good size but holds no more than 100 stones, some very weathered and hard to read.  The earliest stone was that of Isaac Baker d. Mar. 22, 1880.  There could be an earlier burial as many of the stones were not dated.  There have been recent burials in this community cemetery.

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Earliene Kaelin 1999
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