Map of Wichita County, Kansas showing the location of the Cemeteries


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            An effort has been made to compile records on all known cemeteries and single graves that  are known to exist in Wichita County. We have a database on computers in the research room with names of people buried in the following cemeteries.  Click on the name of the cemetery for more information.

Beulah Cemetery

Burch  Cemetery

Carwood Cemetery

Coronado Cemetery

Leoti Cemetery 

Lydia Lutheran (Evangelical) Cemetery (also know as Zion Lydia Lutheran)

Lydia Lutheran (German) Cemetery

Lydia Methodist Cemetery

Marienthal Cemetery

Pearl Cemetery

Pleasant Valley Cemetery

Scott Cemetery

Selkirk Cemetery

St. Theresa Cemetery

Another burial was made by the lone tree near the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of section 13-17-38. This grave is about five and one-half miles west and six and one-half miles north of the intersection of Leoti, Kansas.

Courtesy of ‘History of Wichita County Kansas – Volume 1’. Compiled by John K. Glanville.
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A Gorsuch is buried here.
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There is also a grave in the Willis pasture about 60 rods east and 30 rods south of the northwest corner of the northwest quarter of section 8-19-36. It is about four miles south and one and one-half miles east of the intersection of Highway 96 and Highway 25 in Leoti, KS

Courtesy of ‘History Of Wichita County Kansas – Volume 1’. Compiled by John K. Glanville.

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