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Adair County, IA Cemetery Records
Adair County is a rural county located in the southwestern part of the state of Iowa. The county was established in 1851 and named after John Adair, the eighth governor of Kentucky. Adair County is home to several small towns, including Greenfield, the county seat, and Stuart, which is known for its historic train depot.
Cemetery records published here were acquired from Adair County, IA cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.
One notable feature of Adair County is its cemeteries. There are several cemeteries located throughout the county, each with its unique history and significance. There are several smaller, rural cemeteries located throughout Adair County. Many of these rural cemeteries are maintained by local volunteers, who work to preserve the history and heritage of the area.
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