View Gravestone Photos from across 
Iowa IAGenWeb Home   USGenWeb Home
  Gravestone Search    Cemeteries    Submit a Photo    History    Black Hawk Co. IAGenWeb  
Gravestone Search - Locate photos and gravestone records that match the following search criteria...
Find records within   where the 
and the    (optional)

Browse over 1.2 million gravestone photo records from across the state of Iowa!
- 305 new contributions within the last week! -

To Submit Photos: Click Here.

Total Matches: 61
Name Location County 
ROBERT, Julia St. Mary's (Gilbertville) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERT, Nicholas St. Mary's (Gilbertville) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERT, Peter St. Mary's (Gilbertville) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, ADELAID T. Hill Side Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Alma B. Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Arena Spring Creek Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Audrey L. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Baby Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Baby Hillcrest Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Clara B. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Daisy C. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Daisy C. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, E. Dale Westview Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Edwin Hillcrest Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Eligah Owen Spring Creek Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Elisha T. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Elisha T. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Emeretta Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Fred L. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, G. Ernestine Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, G.A. Fairview (Cedar Falls) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Grace Turner Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Harold L. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Harry Spring Creek Cemetery Black Hawk
ROBERTS, Helen Turner Cemetery Black Hawk

Goto Page:  1  2  3 

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.


Friends of IAGenWeb |  Join the IAGenWeb Team   |  Contact Us   |  F.A.Q.   |  Terms   |  GPP Projects   |  Site Admin


Web Hosting Provided By ClickStart
Affordable & Low Cost Web Design