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Lakeview Cemetery
Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming

lakeview cemetery, cheyenne, wy
Lakeview Cemetery, Cheyenne, WY

GPS: 41.1438, -104.8123

2501 Seymour Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001

Published: January 22, 2022
Total records: 12,859

Lakeview Cemetery is owned by the City of Cheyenne. Records are kept by the City Clerk while the grounds are maintained by the city's Parks and Recreation Department.

Cemetery History

The first burial at Lakeview Cemetery occurred on May 22, 1875, that of Daniel Cassells. At the time, the cemetery was known as, "City Cemetery". It wasn't until 1932 that the city renamed it to Lakeview. This was not the first cemetery in Cheyenne. That would be a small cemetery originally established by Union Pacific Railroad at what is now the entrance to F.E. Warren Air Force Base. A year after City Cemetery opened, the city ordered all burials at the railroad cemetery to be moved to the new cemetery.

City of Cheyenne Database Records

Records linked below were downloaded from the city's cemetery database on January 22, 2022...

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City of Cheyenne PDF Indexes

Documents linked below were created by the City of Cheyenne in 2018. Interestingly, we found that there are many records in these PDF documents not found in the database, and vice versa...

Woodmen of the World Burials

  • Linked below are records of burials with a "Woodmen of the World" tombstone. This listing was compiled by Jim Davenport in March 2000...


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