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Evans Cemetery
Pottawattamie County, Iowa

18170 Huron Road, East Council Bluffs IA

Lat: 41° 19' 33"N, Lon: 95° 50' 12"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Oct 21, 2005 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 13.

In Council Bluffs, from the intersection of Highway 6 and North Broadway, turn north onto North Broadway (which turns into CR H20) for 3 miles. Turn on 185th Street and go 1 mile and turn onto Huron Drive East and go east 0.1 miles. The cemetery is on the north side of the road.

This is a small family cemetery that is in poor condition. There was a lot of tall grass there as well as a bent flagpole.

The cemetery had its first burial in 1864 with the last burial in 1967. The Evans family and their descendents are buried here.

I visited this cemetery on Oct 21, 2005. This includes all existing and legible tombstone and marker readings.

- Anne Braun

Evans, Annie, d. Jul 14, 1890, age 42 years, w/o David
Evans, Bertha, no dates, d/o David and Annie
Evans, Charles, no dates, s/w David and Annie
Evans, David, b. Dec 31, 1838, d. Jun 21, 1921
Evans, Evan, d. May 2, 1864, age 52 years, s/w F.D. and Mary Evans
Evans, Jane Reese, b. Apr 9, 1838, d. Feb 4, 1915, s/w Joseph
Evans, Joseph, b. Jul 4, 1848, d. Nov 16, 1928
Evans, Mary A., no dates, d/o David and Annie
Evans, Nephi, no dates, s/o David and Annie
Hathaway, Ira L., b. 1880, d. 1967
Hathaway, Millie F., b. 1887, d. 1947, s/w Ira
Piddington, F. D., d. Oct 9, 1888, age 24 years
Piddington, Mary Evans, d. Jun 8, 1896, age 36 years, w/o F.D. Piddington

3 unreadable Funeral Home Markers
??, ??, b. Aug 27, 1918, d. Feb 16, 1926, Funeral Home Marker
Brown, ??, no dates, concrete headstone

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