Kansas Cemetery Records

Kansas Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Kansas county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing.


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United States Cemetery Records: A directory of resources providing online access to United States Cemetery records.

3 thoughts on “Kansas Cemetery Records”

  1. Go to the court house where he was living and see if they have records and probate time if death. That is where is did find info on my gg grandfather. And the burial site.. unfortunately his wife died first there was tombstone for her but not him. In the court records stated he was buried with her 6 years later the sons didn’t get a tombstone for him. Hope that helps you to find your info.also find out what the paper was called then and look for his obituary.

  2. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/59173696/andreas-jacob-eck#source

    Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 28 February 2018), memorial page for Andreas Jacob “Andrew” Eck (1 Jan 1834–1893), Find A Grave Memorial no. 59173696, citing Emmanuel Bible Church Cemetery, Moundridge, McPherson County, Kansas, USA ; Maintained by Laura Tasset Koehn (contributor 46965174) .

    This is all I know, just thought I’d look for him on Findagrave.

  3. My great-great immigrant grandfather, Andreas (Andrew) Jacob Eck, is allegedly buried in the cemetery by the Emmanuel Bible Church south of Galva, KS. However, a visitor to the cemetery could not find any tombstone or evidence of him there. I am trying to learn if there is any map of burial plots on which is listed the names of individuals buried in the Emmanuel cemetery. In other words, I’d like to know where Andreas Eck is buried, if possible. The original church name was Canton; the church was formed by Polish Mennonite immigrants in 1875.

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