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Shawnee Mission Memory Gardens
Shawnee, Johnson County, Kansas

23215 W 75th St, Shawnee KS

Lat: 38° 59' 30"N, Lon: 94° 51' 24"W

Contributed by Linda Lewis, Mar 07, 2009, last edited Jul 03, 2009 [webmaster@cottonhills.com]. Total records = 2,185.

In Shawnee, from I435 and Shawnee Mission Parkway, take SM Parkway west to K7. Turn left and take K7 south to 75th Street (first exit). Turn east (right) on 75th Street. Cemetery is visible on the south (left) side of 75th Street.

Shawnee Mission Memory Gardens was founded in 1973 and this spacious park provides a peaceful setting for reflection and remembrance. It is owned by D.W. Newcomers Sons and maintained by Johnson County Memorial Gardens.

This is a complete transcription of all existing and legible gravestones and markers done in Feb 09, 2009, from reading and photographing the markers.

- Linda Lewis

Rows of Columbarium/Mausoleum:
WB = West Bank of maus
NB = North Bank
EB = East Bank
SB = South Bank

Gethsemane N = North 1/2 Garden of Gethsemane
Gethsemane S = South 1/2 of Garden of Gethsemane
Christus E = East 1/2 of Garden of Christus
Christus W = West 1/2 of Garden of Christus
Valor N = North 1/2 of Garden of Valor
Valor S = S 1/2 of Garden of Valor
Angels = Garden of Angels
Remembrance = Garden of Remembrance Lawn Crypts
Prayer = Garden of Prayer
Resurrection = Garden of Resurrection
Christus Col = Christus Columbarium
CrossMaus = Cross Mausoleum.

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