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Langdon Cemetery
Langdon, Reno County, Kansas

Lat: 38° 53' 27"N, Lon: 98° 15' 16"W
Langdon Twp, T25N R9W Sec 12

Submitted by Rose Stout, May 18, 2010, last edited May 21, 2010 [snooper@earth-comm.com]. Total records = 35.

From Langdon, KS go east on K-61 about 4 miles & then north on Sterling Road about 1 mile. The cemetery sits on the west (left) side of the road. Sterling Road is the road that goes to Kanza Camp so look for this camp road sign from either direction. From Arlington, KS go west on K-61 about 5 miles & then north on Sterling Road about 1 mile.

This is the first Langdon Cemetery which was used for the town of Langdon before the Maple Hill Cemetery was opened. The land was set aside for burial purposes by Julius Elliott on Dec 18. 1878. Some refer to it as the Old Langdon Cemetery.

This little cemetery looked to be well cared for. The area was well maintained & the old headstones appeared to have been restored. Information in parenthesis are notes which I added.

I walked and read this cemetery on Oct 15, 2005. It includes all existing and legible headstone readings at that time.

- Rose Stout

Applegate, Dorothy Flo, no dates, Infant (same stone with Mary Blanche)
Applegate, Mary Blanche, b. 1899, d. 1919, (same stone with Dorothy Flo)
Barton, Neson R., b. Aug 11, 1829, d. Jun 8, 1880, GAR
Bonine, James H., d. Oct 23, 1887, 25yrs 7m 2d
Bonine, Lizzie, d. Aug 12, 1887, 18yrs 7m 23d, daughter of Samuel & Mary (info from Reno County Cemetery book) (there was a small stone with only initials L.A.B.)
Boston, Nancy E., b. Jun 16, 1856, d. Jun 25, 1881, (next to {Lewis Dalton & Talitha Hart Dalton)
Burket, Liddie Ann, d. Mar 30, 1888, 61yrs, wife of Peter (next to Peter)
Burket, Peter, b. Jan 18, 1810, d. Jan 18, 1905, CO. C. 78 Pen. Vol. Inf. (next to Liddie Ann)
Dalton, Lewis, b. May 16, 1824, d. Apr 16, 1897, (between Talitha Hart Dalton & {Nancy E. Boston)
Dalton, Talitha Hart, b. Feb 12, 1827, d. Mar 31, 1904, married Lewis Jul 16 1843 (next to Lewis) (near {Nancy E. Boston)
Dillard, Walter, b. 1879, d. 1880
Dodge, Rosanna, Mrs., b. Nov 24, 1831, d. Apr 5, 1901
Elliott, Simon, b. Dec 15, 1832, d. Apr 6, 1906
Fryerear, Eld. A. B., M.D., d. Mar 11, 1885
Hanan, B. P., b. Feb 8, 1829, d. Feb 12, 1911, (same stone with Martha & Polly) (next to Otis Earl)
Hanan, Martha, b. Mar 20, 1831, d. Jan 18, 1888, wife of B.P. (same stone with Martha & Polly) (next to Otis Earl)
Hanan, Otis Earl, b. Jul 8, 1887, d. Jun 5, 1889, son of O.P. & Addie (next to B.P., Martha & Polly)
Hanan, Polly ( Sullivan ), b. Feb 16, 1805, d. May 19 1882, mother of B.P. (same stone with B.P. & Martha) (next to Otis Earl)
Harris, Charley, no dates, infant son of W.P. (near Margaret C. & W.P)
Harris, Margaret C. Willard, b. Nov 3, 1849, d. Oct 10 1888, wife of W.P. (near Charley & W.P)
Harris, W. P., b. 1852, d. 1926, (near Charley & Margaret C.)
Johnson, Gladys B., b. Nov 25, 1905, d. Mar 31 1908
Mastellar, Guy, b. Jun 8, 1890, d. Sep 29 1899, child of Mr. & Mrs. D.H.
McBride, Elizabeth, no dates
Prickett, Darius, b. 1854, d. 1910, (near Glenn, Nellie & Wilson)
Prickett, Glenn, b. Jul 17, 1899, d. Feb 3 1904, (same stone with Nellie) (near Darius & Wilson)
Prickett, Nellie, b. Jan 28, 1895, d. Jan 16 1904, (same stone with Glenn) (near Darius & Wilson)
Prickett, Wilson, b. 1829, d. 1904, (near Darius, Glenn & Nellie)
Rendall, George, no dates, b. Beaminster England, d. Reno Co Kansas
Schroyer, W. D., b. Jan 2, 1854, d. Apr 8 1904
Seal, A. J., d. Oct 1, 1890, (hard to read death date could be Dec 1 1890)
Wagner, Albert, b. Mar 10, 1862, d. Nov 20 1888, (between Infant Son & Robert)
Wagner, Infant Son, b. Oct 4, 1885, d. Oct 23 1885, son of A. & N. (next to Albert) (near Robert)
Wagner, Robert, d. Mar 6, 1887, 29yrs 7m 17d (next to Albert) (near Infant Son)
Walkins, W. A., b. 1830, d. 1902

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