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Old Stone Cemetery
Dodgeville, Des Moines County, Iowa

Lat: 40° 57' 28"N, Lon: 91° 12' 58"W
Franklin Twp, Sec 9/10

From Dodgeville take Iowa City Road north for .2 mile, turn left onto 190th Street and continue west for .75 mile. The cemetery will be on the right or north side of the street beside the church.

This cemetery was established by the Old Stone Church in the mid to late 1800s. The cemetery is situated beside the church on the south side.

This is not a complete listing of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Sep 18, 2008. Total records = 13.

Contributor's Index:

Korf, Anthony, b. 1 Jan 1838, d. 13 Nov 1916, s/w Mary Ann, Sarah C. & Susan, [ED]
Korf, Mary Ann, b. 25 Jan 1838, d. 10 Jan 1925, s/w Anthony, Sarah C. & Susan, [ED]
Korf, Sarah C., b. 14 May 1870, d. 27 May 1883, d/o Anthony & Mary Ann, s/w Anthony, Mary Ann & Susan, [ED]
Korf, Susan, b. Jul 1852, d. Jul 1852, d/o Anthony & Mary Ann, s/w Anthony, Mary Ann & Sarah C., [ED]
Nihart, Catharine, d. 15 Sep 1882, aged 53 yrs 2 mo, w/o Adam Nihart, [ED]
Nihart, Emelia Pauline Thomes, b. 23 Mar 1857, d. 29 May 1922, s/w husband Joseph, [ED]
Nihart, John, d. 4 Aug 1911, aged 85 yrs, s/w wife Susan, [ED]
Nihart, Joseph, b. 1840, d. 1926, s/w wife Emelia Pauline Thomes Nihart, [ED]
Nihart, Levi, b. 9 Dec 1856, d. 2 Nov 1924, s/w wife Marcia L., [ED]
Nihart, Marcia L., b. 29 Apr 1854, d. 3 Nov 1937, s/w husband Levi, [ED]
Nihart, Susan, d. 31 Jan 1887, aged 49 yrs, s/w John, [ED]
Nyhart, Adam, b. 4 Mar 1805, d. 4 Dec 1902, [ED]
Nyhart, Phineas, b. 15 Apr 1837, d. 22 May 1903, [ED]

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