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Wall Cemetery
Mills County, Iowa

Section 17 West Oak Township
Lat: 41°06'57"N, Lon: 95°48'55"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Jan 16, 2002, last updated Apr 05, 2002 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 17.

From the Interstate 29 and Highway 370 interchange (Exit 42) go 1 mile east on Highway 370 and turn and go down County Road L31 about 3 miles. The cemetery is on the east side up on the hill with a green fence around it.

This cemetery is a small well kept up cemetery. It contains the graves of Samuel Allis who a minister/ missionary to the Pawnee Indians. The other famous grave is that of Vernon Palmer Wall who was lost at sea in a subarine attack in the Pacific Ocean in 1944.

I did a complete walk through again on Apr 03, 2002.

- Anne Braun

Allis, Baby Emma, b. and d. Sep 28 1888
Allis, Emeline D., d. Mar 9 1883, Age, 71 years, 9 months, and 18 days, w/o Samuel Allis
Allis, Harriet, b. Jul 15, 1849, d. Sep 28, 1888, w/o Dr. W.R. Wall
Allis, Henry, b. Mar 21 1838, d. Dec 24, 1888
Allis, Otis, b. 1886, d. 1890, son
Allis, Samuel, b. Sep 28 1805, d. Dec 12, 1883
Boone, Fred, b. 1883, d. 1943, Father
Boone, Reed, b. Nov 7 1919, d. Aug 18 1933
Lay, Susie, d. Jan 26 1889, age 21 years, 8 months, 6 days, w/o W.R. Lay
Smith, Thomas, b. and d. Aug 1 1891
Wall, Edna Nie Moller, b. Mar 2 1892, d. Feb 12 1977
Wall, Harriet, b. 1882, d. 1971
Wall, Henry O., b. 1885, d. 1937
Wall, Joesph, b. Aug 3 1915, d. Nov 21, 1995, WWII Veteran
Wall, Martha, b. 1879, d. 1954
Wall, Robert H., b. Feb 16 1919, d. Mar 16 1919, s/o H.O. and E.E. Wall
Wall, Vernon Palmer, b. Sep 11, 1922, d. Oct 17, 1944, Lost at sea, WWII Veteran

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