Lanesfield Cemetery (Lost)

This is an archived index from the Digital Cemetery. See the Digital Cemetery for searchable photo-index and updated entries.

Lost Cemetery

Center of Section 32, Township 14S, Range 22E

This cemetery was located on the north (rear) side of the Lanesfield school, near present day Edgerton. Though the cemetery was never marked on any Atlas, it is known through history of  Lanesfield and Edgerton, and through the Lanesfield School Museum. No listing of names of those buried has survived. The area is now part of a grown-over field, no headstones or other markers are visible, and the exact physical location is unknown.

When the town of Lanesfield moved to be on the railroad line and became Edgerton, some or all of the graves were moved to Edgerton. Many decades later a gravestone was recovered from the old cemetery site and is currently in the care of the Johnson County Museum.

Photographed and transcribed by: Linda K. Lewis, 2008.

Index

Key: s/w = on same stone with

Hull, Daniel; d. 20 Oct 1868, aged 35 yrs, 3 mos, 6 dys. s/w Nancy Hull.
Hull, Nancy; d. 13 Mar 1869, aged 30 yrs, 10 mos, 27 dys, wife of Daniel Hull. s/w Daniel Hull.

Daniel and Nancy Hull from Lanesfield Cemetery

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