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 Loup County, Nebraska
Created in 1883 out of unorganized lands in Central Nebraska

County Seat, Taylor, Nebraska
Created, established, and elected the County Seat in 1883

 

 

Index of Colleen Switzer's
  Loup County Cemeteries Headstone Inscriptions 1883-1970

This index was prepared by Karolee Ingraham Plock and, once again, both the Loup NEGenWeb and Loup County Historical Society, Taylor, NE, would like to express their appreciation for her time, and invaluable contribution.

Also, this project would not have been possible without the work that 
Colleen Iris Goehring Switzer invested in creating the original work.  We also would like to express our appreciation to her, and for her vision in preserving this important piece of the history of the people of Loup County.

The Index was prepared under the direction of the Loup County Historical Society, Taylor, Loup, Nebraska, Kevin Brown, President.

Detailed look-ups are available.- - - Contact: Patricia C. Ash

#1  TAYLOR CEMETERY
#2  KENT CEMETERY
#3  MADISON SQUARE CEMETERY
#4  ALMERIA CEMETERY
#5  MOULTON CEMETERY
#6  GRACIE CEMETERY
#7  LONG VALLEY CEMETERY

You can either click on the cemetery name, or you can click on the map number, and you will be taken to that cemetery index page.

Al
l but Gracie and Long Valley are still '"active" cemeteries; those two are very remote and difficult to find. Consult the Loup County Historical Society for assistance if you desire to visit these cemeteries as a guide and a 4-WD vehicle are required.


**  There are instances where someone has been listed as being buried in one of
Loup's established cemeteries but they may have been buried in a single, or "lonesome" plot, such as on family property.  
If you identify such an individual, please contact us and we will be glad to make the correction - -  put the information in the mail box below.  Thank you.


 

2002,  Loup County Historical Society, Taylor, NE -- Last Update: Tuesday, 13-Jan-2004 15:13:56 MST