Kansas History and Heritage Project--Douglas County Cemeteries

Douglas County Cemeteries


I have transcribed an old cemetery register for Eudora Cemetery. The entries start in 1870 and end with three burials in 1921. The first listing is chronological, as entered in the original register. In the second listing, I have alphabetized the entries, as some names may be misspelled and therefore will not come up through the search engine:

Eudora Cemetery Register, 1870-1921
Eudora Cemetery Register, alphabetized



The records below appeared in the Lawrence papers of the time, and were variously listed as "Mortality Reports," "Reports of Mortality,", "Reports of Burials," etc., but were essentially the same records--listings of burials in Lawrence's two largest cemeteries, Oak Hill and Maple Grove.

1887 Mortality Reports
Mortality reports, for Oak Hill Cemetery.


1888 Mortality Reports
Burials in Oak Hill and Maple Grove cemeteries, Lawrence:
Mortality reports, for the months of January, February and March.
Mortality reports, for the months of April, May and June.
Mortality reports, for the months of July, August and September.
Mortality reports, for the months of October, November and December.


1889 Burial Reports
Oak Hill and Maple Grove cemeteries, Lawrence


1890 Burial Reports
Oak Hill Cemetery
Maple Grove Cemetery


1891 Burial Reports
Burials in Oak Hill and Maple Grove cemeteries, Lawrence:
Burial Reports, for the months of January, Februrary and April, only.


1892 Burial Reports
Burials in Oak Hill and Maple Grove cemeteries, Lawrence:
Burial Reports, for the months of April, May and June.
Burial Reports, for the months of July, August and September.
Burial Reports, for the months of October, November and December.


Maple Grove, Franklin, Oread and Mt. Calvary Cemeteries, Lawrence
Soldiers buried in above cemeteries, as of Memorial Day, 1904, from sexton's records.


Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence
Soldiers buried in Oak Hill, as of Memorial Day, 1906, from sexton's records.

Various Lawrence Cemeteries
Soldiers buried in Lawrence cemeteries, May 1906-May 1910





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