Cemeteries

Cemetery Law In Missouri

Please visit Central Missouri Cemeteries for up to date information regarding Missouri laws as they pertain to our cemeteries. These include:

  • Tombstones, fences, destroying or mutilating in abandoned family or private cemetery, penalty--abandoned or private burying ground, defined.

  • Visiting abandoned family or private burying ground surrounded by private property, right of access, when, enforcement by sheriff --court's power to disinter.

  • Registry of cemeteries to be kept by division--fee may be charged for copies--surveyor locating unregistered cemetery to file with division, form.

  • Violation of nuisance ordinance--abandonment--action authorized--costs--eminent domain.

  • New Suggested Missouri Statute Changes

For a quick overview, click here.

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Pike County Cemeteries

A-G

H-O

P-Z

or By Township

or located on a Plat Map

Possible Cemetery Locations
by Barry Zbornik

Cemetery Restoration

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Additional Information Available on the Following:

Please note: Unless otherwise noted on the individual page, none of these cemeteries are listed in their entirety. Pictures and censuses on this site are donated by individuals who gather them in their spare time.

If you have pictures or information you would like to share, forward them to Rhonda Stolte Darnell. Please include a transcription of the writing on the stone, where the stone is located, your name and a valid email address, in case she needs to contact you with questions. Stones representing living people will either not be used or, if a double stone, will be "blurred" leaving only the deceased's information legible.

Antioch Presbyterian Cemetery

Arthur Family Cemetery

Bell Cemetery

Bethany Cemetery

Bowling Green City Cemetery

Campbell-Benn Cemetery

John Cash Family Cemetery

Coffman Cemetery

Concord Cemetery

Corinth Cemetery

Curryville City Cemetery

Davis Chapel (Mt. Zion colored)

Dover Cemetery

Dowell Cemetery

Draper Family Cemetery

Eolia City Cemetery

Fairmont Cemetery (Old Ashley Cemetery)

Fairview (Ashley) Cemetery

Fairview (Frankford) Cemetery

Fairview (Grassy Creek) Cemetery

Gates of Peace (Jewish)

Glascock-Manwaring Cemetery

Green Lawn Cemetery

Greenridge (colored) Cemetery

Greenwood Cemetery

Grimes Cemetery

Hagood Cemetery

Haught-Henton Cemetery

Hostetter Cemetery

Jackson Family Cemetery

Jordan (Buffalo) Cemetery

Keith Cemetery

Kilby Cemetery

Mackey (Dundee) Cemetery

Martin - Sterne - Smith Cemetery

Mastin-Moore Cemetery

McCune Cemetery

Memorial Gardens (Louisiana)

Moore Cemetery

Motley-Strador Cemetery

Mt. Ayre Cemetery

Mt. Zion Cemetery

New Harmony Cemetery

Old Bethlehem Cemetery

Old Rudd Cemetery

Parker Cemetery

Pleasant Hill Cemetery

Prairieville Methodist Cemetery

Ramsey Creek Baptist Cemetery

Riverview Cemetery

Siloam (Primitive Baptist) Cemetery

Smyrna Cemetery Association

Spencerburg Cemetery

St. Clement Catholic Cemetery

St. James Catholic Cemetery

St. John's Episcopal Cemetery

St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery

Stark Cemetery

Taylor Chapel Cemetery

Tombs Family Cemetery

Turner Carver Cemetery

Unsell Cemetery

West Prairie Cemetery

Wright Cemetery

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Ingram Cemetery is located in Pike County, Mo., one mile north of the intersection of roads O & PP (New Liberty Church), behind the barn in back of the old house on the Brandenburg Dairy Farm.  There is a story that has been handed down through the owners of the dairy farm of a young girl that died of rabies who is buried in the cemetery.  It was copied in November, 1975 by Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Stamps and Mr. & Mrs. Don Lotton.  After cutting the brambles, etc. in the cemetery, most of the stones had to be dug up.  The cemetery is in Hartford Township, East part, T51N-R3W, in Section 56 [sic]. [The Pike Co. Map shows NO Section 56; sections only go up to 36.]
 

Additional Cemetery Listings:
The Tombstone Transcription Project 
Henderson Cemetery 

 
TOWNSHIPS
The townships of this part of Missouri were once divided into four great divisions (when Pike County was still part of the Louisiana Purchase), known as Cape Girardeau, Sainte Genevieve, Saint Louis and Saint Charles. Once Pike County was established in 1818, it contained four of its own townships: Buffalo, Calumet, Mason and Peno. In 1981 there are 10 townships within Pike County, legally designated as Ashley, Buffalo, Calumet, Cuivre, Hartford, Indian, Peno, Prairieville, Salt River and Spencer.

Ashley Township

Buffalo Township

Calumet Township

Cuivre Township

Hartford Township

Indian Township

Peno Township Prairieville Township
Salt River Township Spencer Township

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