Henry County
Cemeteries

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CEMETERY NAME
LOCATION
BARTLOW: SE corner of county named for Cornelius Bartlow 1st. settler in Twp.
  • Woodlawn
  • St. Paul's Catholic
  • Rd. E
  • Rd. F
  • DAMASCUS: named for a farm owned by Samuel Vance nicknamed "Prairie du Masque" by General Wayne's army
  • Hockman
  • North U. B.
  • Olive Branch
  • Weimer (Private)
  • Rd. 04
  • Rt. 65 - Rd. 4&P
  • Rd.5A
  • Rd. Q
  • FLATROCK: organized May 23, 1835
  • St John's Church
  • St. Paul Lutheran
  • Cole
  • Brinkman
  • Parry Family (Private)
  • Gunn
  • Huston Family   (Private)
  • Florida Village
  • Rd. J
  • Rd. K
  • Rd. Z
  • Rd. 18
  • Rd. 19
  • Rt. 424
  • Rd. 16
  • Rd. 17C
  • FREEDOM
  • Freedom (Kline)
  • St. John Lutheran
  • Rd. X
  • Rd. 16
  • HARRISON: named for Benjamin Harrison "Tippecanoe"
  • Forest Hill
  • Grelton
  • Hoy (Shunk)
  • Kruger
  • Harris (Jones)
  • Rt. 110
  • Rd. 7
  • Rt. 109 & Rd. 03
  • Rt. 110
  • Rd. 7
  • LIBERTY: 2nd. village incorporated in county Liberty Center)
  • Youngs
  • Wright
  • Morrison
  • Liberty Chapel
  • Viers
  • Rt. 109
  • Rd. T
  • Rd. T
  • Rds. V & 9C
  • Rd. 8
  • MARION: surveyed in 1821 named for General Francis Marion (Rev. War Hero)
  • Marion Township
  • St. Paul's Catholic
  • Rd. Y
  • Rd. F
  • MONROE: organized in 1850 from Harrison Twp.
  • Hope Lutheran Church
  • Immanuel Lutheran Church
  • Rd. 10 & Rt. 18
  • Rt. 109 & Rd. H
  • NAPOLEON: City of Napoleon became county seat in 1835
  • Bremer
  • Zion
  • St. Paul
  • Gilson (Union Chapel)
  • County Home
  • St. Augustine's Catholic
  • Glenwood
  • Brey
  • Rds. P & 18
  • Rd. Q
  • Rd. Q
  • Rt. 6
  • Rd. 15
  • Rt. 108
  • Glenwood Ave., Napoleon
  • Rd. 17C
  • PLEASANT: SW corner of county
  • Sacred Heart Catholic
  • Emmanuel's United Church of Christ
  • Pleasant Township (Old)
  • Pleasant Township (New)
  • St. Peter's Lutheran
  • St. John's
  • St. Mary's Catholic
  • Rd. Y
  • Rd. Y
  • Rd. Y
  • Rd. 16C
  • Rd. 16C
  • Rd. 16C
  • Rd. 16C
  • Rd. 16C
  • RICHFIELD: organized in 1837
  • Richfield Township (Laremore)
  • Angel (Private)
  • Peace Lutheran Church
  • Rd. J
  • Rd. 1
  • Rd. G
  • RIDGEVILLE: NW corner of county organized in 1841
  • Locust Grove
  • St. Peter Lutheran
  • John's Church
  • Zion Church
  • Rd. X
  • Rd. X
  • Rt. 6
  • Rd. X
  • WASHINGTON: NE corner of county
  • Texas
  • Heath and Colton
  • Union and Mohler
  • Showman (Private)
  • Rd. 4A
  • Rd. V
  • Rd. U4
  • Rt. 24
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