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MEYER, Aaltje Graceland (Pella) Cemetery Marion
MEYER, Abigail Marie Grandview Cemetery Fayette
MEYER, Abraham Pleasant Grove Cemetery Keokuk
MEYER, Abraham A. Oak Hill aka Willman Farm Cemetery Winneshiek
MEYER, Adam St. Peter and Paul Cemetery Dubuque
MEYER, Adam St. Peter and Paul Cemetery Dubuque
MEYER, Adam St. Aloysius Cemetery Winneshiek
MEYER, Adela Maysville Cemetery Scott
MEYER, Adelee Maysville Cemetery Scott
MEYER, Adelia Sacred Heart - Cox Creek Cemetery Clayton
MEYER, Adelia Rose Hill (Camanche) Cemetery Clinton
MEYER, Adeline V. Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery Black Hawk
MEYER, Adolf Soldier Twp. a.k.a. Immanual Lutheran Cemetery Crawford
MEYER, Adolina G. "Addie" Memorial Park Cemetery Muscatine
MEYER, Adolph Calmar Community Cemetery Winneshiek
MEYER, Adolph St Johns Spring Fountain a.k.a. German Lutheran Cemetery Bremer
MEYER, Adolph St. John's Lutheran, Germantown Cemetery O'Brien
MEYER, Adolph Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery Clayton
MEYER, Adolph Family Stone Calmar Community Cemetery Winneshiek
MEYER, Adolph G Mineola Cemetery Mills
MEYER, Adolph H. Fairview (Waterloo) Cemetery Black Hawk
MEYER, Adolph H. Mineola Cemetery Mills
MEYER, Adolph W. Salem Lutheran (Spragueville) Cemetery Jackson
MEYER, Adolphina St. John's Lutheran (Ireton) Cemetery Sioux
MEYER, Agnes Maysville Cemetery Scott

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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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