Interment directory

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This information has been provided by the Cemetery Association. It is our hope that this information will assist you in finding/locating your family. We truly understand the importance of your search. We welcome any additional information that you or your family can provide us in updating our records. Our records begin with the first burial in 1882 and are kept current by cemetery staff.

While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, old records present challenges: incomplete information, handwriting that is hard to read, and aging records that have been well used. As information changes and new data is documented, this directory will be updated.

Those individuals indexed in this directory are entered, in most cases, with a burial date. Many records show an interment date instead of a death date. Monuments/markers located in the Cemetery will indicate a death date.

Maps have been provided with most records to assist individuals in locating a grave site. Old Fairview consists of the south half of the cemetery. This section has upright markers. There are four sections (A, B, C, D) in this area. The north half of the cemetery is the Memorial Gardens — the Garden of Christus, the Garden of Peace, and the Garden of Prayer. In this section, visitors will find only ground level markers/monuments.