The Kingston Cemetery (also known as the Lansing Valley Cemetery) is located
on County Road LL a mile and a half north of US-36. The first known burial was
in 1881 and the last was in 1942. It was abandoned for many years and is now
maintained as an inactive cemetery by the East Yuma County Cemetery District.
The photographs below are all the surviving headstones. A list of all known
burials is located in the archvies at:
[NAD27 GPS - LAT 39°46'03"N LONG 102°09'47"W]
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This page was last updated Saturday, 14-Jun-2008 11:53:32 EDT
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