The final resting place for a great many Civil War veterans and for Thomas and Sarah Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln'
Discover the grave marker of Abraham Lincoln's "tutor," Dennis Friend Hanks (the grave is located on the southeast corner of Old City Cemetery)
Rosamond Grove Cemetery can be seen as a high mound overlooking the prairie which is home to the famous statue "Lincoln the Orator"
Abraham Lincoln's aunt was buried in Ogden County cemetary in 1876
The grave site of Ann Rutledge, Abraham Lincoln'
See the grave and marker of "Kay" of Carson and Barnes Circus and Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros. Circus who died Oct. 21, 1994
Bronze markers give biographical information about prominent citizens from the earliest history of the community. Every fall, volunteers in period dress "ressurrect"
One of the 120
The Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery was named after the 16th President of the United States and was designed to serve approximately 1
The headstones here will head you directly into the pages of local history. Established in 1847, Belvidere Cemetary is the burial ground for the city'
Jane Addams, born and raised in Cedarville, was an internationally famous humanitarian and social work pioneer. She founded Chicago'
The origin of Memorial Day can be traced to this cemetery, where in 1866 General John A. Logan organized the first post-Civil War service. 60+ graves of Civil War soldiers are here. Listed on the
This Cemetery, called the Pauper Cemetery has burials going as far back as 1849 contains stone markers with records of 263 burials at least 60