Forest-Llewellyn claims it is the oldest cemetery in Adair County with the first burial being in 1845.
Care Provided by the City of Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department.
- Observance hours are Sunrise to Dusk.
- Decorations permissible up to two (2) weeks following Memorial Day and Fourth of July holidays.
For further information contact:
Kirksville City Clerk
"Forest-Llewellyn Cemetery" published in 1983 by the City of Kirksville, Missouri in 1983 from an original compilation first printed in 1976. This is offered as a replacement to the limited Forest-Llewellyn data currently appearing in the Cemetery Section of the Adair County GenWeb site. The database, sent as a text file, was done entirely by Claire R. Lloyd.
Someone a while back asked if anyone knew where the Kirksville Cemetery was. It appears according to this typed page from the transcription information that FOREST-LLEWELLYN was originally known as KIRKSVILLE CEMETERY, and can be entered through the gates on Harrison Street.
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