1500 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Las Vegas, Nevada
This cemetery is one of the oldest in Clark County
and may have been part of the original Stewart Ranch
Aerial View of Woodlawn Cemetery, 2007
(Source: Clark County Assessor)
|In the aerial view of
the cemetery (above), Las Vegas Blvd. is at the left;
Oldest sections of the cemetery are shown at the left.
Newer sections of the cemetery are at right of the aerial
view, along Bruce Street.
Several years go when the city was widening Owens St. they unearthed 8 bodies. The remains were reinterred in Section O near Myrtle Road, the center road inside the cemtetery that runs between Foremaster and Owens (see round-about)
The cemetery office (lower left corner above, upper right corner below) is at the southwest corner of the 10 acres deeded to the City of Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Land & Water Co. in 1914 (Historical plaque at entrance to office). This ten acres was "near the old cemetery" (Las Vegas Age, 2/7/1914). Reference to the "old cemetery" would mean the Stewart Ranch Cemetery.
In the map view of the cemetery (below), Las Vegas Blvd. is at the right of the map, oldest sections are at the right; newer sections are at the left, opposite of the aerial view.
Map of Woodlawn Cemetery
For inquiries about Nevada Cemeteries, burials and/or this project, or about this page or the pictures,
contact Gerry Perry the Nevada Tombstone Coordinator,
This page was last updated February 4, 2011
Copyright © 2011 USGenWeb Tombstone Project, Gerry Perry
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