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Osage County Cemeteries

Click HERE for Osage County cemetery locator map 


Some cemeteries have alternate names, old names or nicknames.  You’ll see those names in parenthesis.  Click on cemetery name to view interments.



Arvonia - Click HERE for the Arvonia cemetery map.

BarclayClick HERE for the Barclay cemetery map.


Burlingame (Osage) - Established in 1866, Burlingame has nearly 7,000 interments.  Click HERE for the Burlingame cemetery map.  See footnotes at bottom of this page in regards to references/sources for BurlingameCemetery


Central (Sutton / Maxon / Eastlake)

Curry (Eastview)


Deaver - 1/2 mile south of 268 Highway and Ratner Road. A. L. Morris stone only one remaining in the front yard of Peiman home.

Emily French Grave - 2 miles north of Overbrook on private land

Havana Cemetery - 1/3 mile north of old Havana schoolhouse (K-31/Davis Road), just NW of the old quarry (Private property). Only remaining stone is Charlie Hulscutter.

Highland (Dodder)not the same as a similar name in Douglas county

Humphreys (Tequa / Schreck / Berry)

Hunt (Dragoon Soldier)


Lyndon Amish Mennonite

Martin W Bates Grave


Mt Calvary of Osage City (St Patrick)

Mt Calvary of South Scranton

Mt Zion (Fairfax / Farmerville)

No Name #8 (Lamont Hill)

Oak Hill

Old Burlingame Cemetery (Council City) - The “Old Burlingame Cemetery” was established in 1855 by the founders of Council City and is located just southwest of the present day intersection of K-31/Hoch Rd (on private property).   Most (not all) interments were moved to the present “New Burlingame Cemetery” location prior to 1880. 

Old Prairie Center (District 59)…… no longer exists (all interments moved)

Olivet (Glasgow / Greenland)

Osage City (Crown Hill / American)

Osage County Poor Farm


Peterson’s Grave - From US 75 and 181st, go east 3 miles (past Berryton Road 1/2 mile, road curves north to stone house) headstones in front yard.

Pleasant Ridge (Cook)

Pleasant View (Connelly)

Prairie Center

Rapp (Maple Grove)

Ridgeway (Twin Mound)

Salt Creek (Knauf)


Sharon (Old Grand Haven)……no longer exists (all interments moved)

Silver’s Grave Private cemetery south of Lyndon

South (Lincoln / South 9th / Dog)

Union (Swedish)

Valley Brook (Michigan Valley






Data in the BurlingameCemetery.pdf file found on this site was compiled and edited by John Hill (Lyndon, Kansas) from the fall of 2015 to the summer of 2016.  Though a document of this nature can never be 100% correct, an exhaustive effort was put into it to ensure as much accuracy as possible. 




Burlingame Cemetery Board

Topeka Genealogical Society’s “Osage County Kansas Cemeteries, 1996

Burlingame Enterprise, Osage County Chronicle and Osage County Herald Chronicle

Osage County Historical Society



David Prescott (Burlingame, Kansas)

Linda Fagan (Osage City, Kansas)

John Hill (Lyndon, Kansas)

Schuyler Museum

Kansas State Historical Society