Note: Mention of these graves is contained in Raynolds Family Tree article and The Leah Carmichael Family article. One story indicates graves are 2.5 miles east of Linton, the other indicates 3.5 miles. The land records indicate that Abraham Raynold's property was in Township 132, Range 76, Section 22.
This listing is developed from several contributors and sources.
If we hold transcriptions of tombstones for any of these cemeteries you can see them by clicking on the bolded cemetery name above.
The County Coordinator is not located in Emmons and so the cemetery locations / maps noted herein have not been verified. If anyone has knowledge of more exact location data for the cemeteries or more information / transcriptions please contact the at the eMail address Located Here.
Special Note on Military Veterans: There is no national veterans cemetery in North Dakota. In 1989 the state legislature established a 35 acre veterans cemetery near Mandan. You can
read about it here at this web site. Over 5000 burials at the cemetery are contained in the findagrave.com database located here. Although Mandan is in Morton county, the burials represent most, if not every county in North Dakota.