Page County, Iowa Cemeteries
by Pat O'Dell:
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cemetery town township section #
Baker Tarkio 28
Bethesda / Swedish Lutheran Douglas 21
Blanchard Blanchard Colfax 23
Braddyville west/Braddyville Amity 36
Burch Buchanan 34
Butler Amity 01
Clarinda Clarinda Nodaway 30
College Springs / Maple Hill College Springs Amity 18
Cooper, Pin Hook, Pleasant Hill   East River 18
Covenanter (Reformed Presbyterian) Harlan 22-23
Davis East River 20
Davison Buchanan 22
Essex (Swedish Lutheran) Essex Pierce 25
Elmwood Coin Colfax 06
Fairview / Valley Township Valley 22
Franklin Grove Pierce 03
Grove w of College Springs Amity 07
Hadden Fremont 18
Houser Washington 24
Hawleyville nw of Hawleyville Nebraska 13
Immanuel / German Lutheran Nodaway 02
Lee Grove Harlan 10
Maple Hill / College Springs College Springs Amity 18
Martin Washington 09
Memory sw New Market East River 12
Mental Health Institute Clarinda Nodaway 30
Mount Hope / Nyman Fremont 10
North Grove Douglas 12
Oak Grove (Rawlings) / note* Nodaway 28
Plum Thicket Fremont 03
Polsley Lincoln 10
Rose Hill / Cagley / UB Church Valley 31
Rose Hill / Shenandoah Shenandoah Grant 20
Shearer Buchanan 23
Smith Washington 09
Snow Hill Lincoln 19
Summit [For Mrs. Hattie Payton Widney the first grave was dug in Summit cemetery forty years ago. - 1915 husband's obituary] Nodaway 30
Union Grove Washington 21
Valley Township / Fairview Valley 22
Vise Nebraska 36

1. Nodaway Center Cemetery - The Nodaway Center cemetery in Nodaway township, Page county, is enlarged by the purchase by that township of an acre of ground of W.B. Rush. The old site of the cemetery heretofore has supposed to contain one acre of ground, so that now it contains two, or about two acres. The newly purchased ground is on the west side of the cemetery. The burial place is generally known as the Rawlings cemetery, or Oak Grove. It is near the Oak Grove school house. It is officially the Nodaway Center cemetery. County Surveyor A.S. Van Sandt on Monday surveyed the boundaries of the addition to the cemetery. He reports that he had a hard time keeping on his feet over there the wind blew so.

The Clarinda Journal, Clarinda, Iowa, March 25, 1920