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Name Location County 
BAILEY, Albert O. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Arthur Y. Mt Olivet Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Asa W. Hudson Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Charles H. Elmwood Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Charles M. Pleasant Hill (Sawyer) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Clarence Earl Old Barclay Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Cleopatra O. Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Dale M. Mt Olivet Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, David A. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, David M. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Deloy Marie Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Dorcas Hudson Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Dwight Milton Garden of Memories Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Effie Mae Old Barclay Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Emily Elizabeth Mt Olivet Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Emily J. Pleasant Hill (Sawyer) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Fletcher O. Pleasant Hill (Sawyer) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Francis Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Frank Ray Old Barclay Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, HENRY A. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, James Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, John M. Pleasant Hill (Sawyer) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Kathryn M. Mt Olivet Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Lena Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
BAILEY, Lodema D. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk

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Welcome to the Iowa Gravestone Photo Project! The mission of this project is to capture digital images of the gravestones of our ancestors buried in Iowa. As decades pass -- many stones are deteriorating and even disappearing. By archiving these images, we can pay honor to our ancestors and help save these important records . . as well as providing researchers a tool for exchanging info with other researchers with common ancestry.


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