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SCHULTZ, Aaron E. Lost Nation Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Adella Harlington Cemetery Bremer
SCHULTZ, Adolph Belknap Cemetery Pottawattamie
SCHULTZ, Adolph Elwood Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Adolph & Victoria K. Belknap Cemetery Pottawattamie
SCHULTZ, Adolph C. Elwood Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Adolph G. Edgewood Cemetery Delaware
SCHULTZ, Adolph K. Silver City Cemetery Mills
SCHULTZ, Alan E. Clinton Lawn aka Clinton Memorial aka Rose Lawn aka Nelson's Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Alberrt J. Grandview Cemetery Louisa
SCHULTZ, Albert Grace Hill/St. Mary's Cemetery Sioux
SCHULTZ, Albert Lost Nation Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Albert Hill-Side Cemetery Plymouth
SCHULTZ, Albert Conrad Cemetery Grundy
SCHULTZ, Albert C. Hawkeye Cemetery Fayette
SCHULTZ, Albert Henry (Father) Shelby Cemetery Shelby
SCHULTZ, Albert Lea Oak Shade Cemetery Linn
SCHULTZ, Albert W Arcadia Cemetery Carroll
SCHULTZ, Albert W. Rogers' Grove a.k.a. Neiderhiser Cemetery Linn
SCHULTZ, Albert W. Lost Nation Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Alberta J. Greenwood Cemetery Muscatine
SCHULTZ, Albertina Burt Township Cemetery Kossuth
SCHULTZ, Aleda A. Lost Nation Cemetery Clinton
SCHULTZ, Alfred Christian Merrill-Stanton Cemetery Plymouth
SCHULTZ, Alfred F Faith UCC a.k.a. St Peters Evang Cemetery Bremer

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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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