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Lincoln County
County Seat - Hugo Population - 6,087
Lincoln County was created in 1889 from parts of Elbert and Bent Counties.
Go to: Cemeteries, Directories, Military
Title/Subject Size Donor Date
Cemeteries
Icon indicates cemetery headstone photographs have been donated to the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project.
Arriba Cemetery 80 kb Apr 06 Terry Blevins and
Dee Ann Blevins
Arriba Evergreen Cemetery 5 kb Apr 06
Bovina Cemetery 3 kb Nov 03 Rodger Dudley
Boyero Cemetery, Hugo 5 kb Apr 06 Terry and
Dee Ann Blevins
Bucklen Cemetery, Karval      
Dudley Cemetery, Karval      
Evergreen Cemetery, Hugo 170 kb May 06 Terry Blevins and
Dee Ann Blevins
Genoa Cemetery 38 kb Apr 06
Genoa Luthern Cemetery 16 kb Apr 06
Hugo Evergreen Cemetery 170 kb May 06
Karval Cemetery, Karval      
Lutheran Genoa Cemetery 16 kb Apr 06 Terry Blevins and
Dee Ann Blevins
Mount Calvary Cemetery, Hugo 18 kb May 06
Pershing Cemetery
By Name [King]
By Plot (Part) [Remmark]
65 lb Aug 07 Dorothy King
3.3 Kb Nov 05 Shamaya Remmark
Directories
1911 Colorado Business Directory   Nov-Dec 04 Joy Fisher
Towns: Amy, Arriba, Bovina, Boyero, Forder, Gem, Genoa, Hugo, Kendrick, Limon, Owen, Saugus, Shaw and Wellons
Military
World War II Casualty List 3 kb Jun 03 Marta Norton
WWII Honor List Of Dead And Missing 1946 1 kb Nov 05 Marta Norton
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