Old German Baptist Brethren Cemeteries

This web site only deals with church cemeteries that belong to or were closely associated with the Old Older German Baptist Brethren churches.

Sometimes a church & cemetery could start out as a German Baptist Brethren [COB] and later became a Old Older German Baptist Brethren, Brethren or Dunkard Church, or all the different branches of the Brethren churches could have used the same cemetery. It can get confessing sometimes.

The word Dunkard has been used by people to refer  to any of the above branches of the Brethren churches.

 

California  

Colorado

Florida

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Maryland

Michigan

Mississippi

Missouri

Nebraska

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Tennessee

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming 

       

 

The following states had a no known Old German Baptist Brethren organized churches  in them.

 

Alabama - Arizona - Arkansas - Florida - Georgia - Kentucky - Louisiana - Montana - New Jersey -

New Mexico - South Carolina - South Dakota -  Texas -  Utah - Western Canada

 

County Church

Cemetery

CALIFORNIA  

 

Stanuskaus Modesto, (1937-)

Cemetery

Los Angeles New River (Whittier), (1892-1972)

Olive Gorve Cemetery

San Hoqquun Olive Grove, (1957-)

 

Tuolumne, Sierra Pines, (1970-)

 

Stanislaus Tuolumne, (1957-)

 

Stanislaus West Modesto, (1937-)

 

Stanislaus Wood Colony (Modesto), (1906-37)

Wood colony Cemetery

COLORADO  

 

Baca Cimarron River, (1912-33)

 

  Sheridan Lake, (1909-18)

 

FLORIDA  

 

  Homestead, (1972-)

 

  Pine Grove, (1927-)

 

IDAHO  

 

  Palouse (Moscow), (1929-)

No Cemetery

Used the Moscow city cemetery

ILLINOIS  

 

Macon & Piatt Cerro Gordo, (1881-1961)

 

Bond Hurricane Creek, (1881-92?)

 

Schuyler Mud Valley, (1890-)
Older order Brethren Cemetery 

Burials also published in the Fellowship of Brethren Genealogist Newsletter Spring 1995 Vol. 27 No. 1

  Pleasant Hill, (1881-1924)

 

Sangamon Sugar Creek, (1881?-1912)

 

Ogle West Branch, (1881-1940?)

 

INDIANA  

 

Carrolll Bachelor Run, (1881-)

 

Madison Beech Grove, (1878-)

 

Noble & Whitley & Kosciusko Blue River (Tippecanoe), (1883-1905)

 

Jay Bush Creek, (1882?-1935?)

 

Carroll Deer Creek, (1881-)

 

Kosciusko Eel River, (1890-)

Church cemetery know locally as the Old German Baptist Brethren Cemetery

Howard Howard County, (1881-1942)

 

Cass Mexico, (1881-1968)

Cemetery

Member came from the Mexico (GBB)

Clinton Middlefork, (1881-)

Church cemetery know locally as the Old German Baptist Church Cemetery

Wayne Mount Pleasant, (1883-1924)

 

Hayne Nettle Creek, (1881?-1916)

 

Member came from the Four Mile (GBB) congregation

Carroll North Fork, (1881-)

 

Kosciusko North Manchester, (1881-)

Cemetery

Miami Pipe Creek, (1889-1968)

 

Mother church was the Mexico congregation

Elkhart Yellow Creek, (1881-)

 

Member came from the Elkhart (GGB) congregation

Marshall Yellow River, (1883?-1900)

 

IOWA  

 

Cedar Cedar County, (1881-1912)

 

Linn Dry Creek, (1881-?)

 

Appanoose Fairview, (1886-)

 

Benton Garrison, (1882-1929?)

 

Marshall State Center, (1882-92)

 

Member came from the State Center (GBB) congregation

KANSAS  

 

Dickinson Abilene, (1881-1908)

No church cemetery;

Some member were buried in the College Hill Church cemetery.

Gove Big Creek, (1891-)

Cemetery

Anderson Cedar Creek, (1885-)

Bethel Dunkard Cemetery

Franklin Eight Mile (Appanoose), 1883-)

 

Finney Fairview, (1910-30?)

 

Jewel Limestone, (1882-1936)

 

Member came from the Limestone (GBB) congregation

Butler Lone Star, (1901-29)

 

Crawford & Neosho Neosho Valley, (1887-97?)

 

Smith & Osborne North Solomon, (1882-97?)

 

Member came from the North Solomon (GBB) congregation

Johnson Olathe, (1882-1907?)

 

Labette Parsons, (1882-96?)

 

Marion Peabody, (1882-1927?)

 

Douglas Pleasant Grove, (1881?-?)

 

Osage Plum Creek, (1881-1930?)

 

Pratt Sand Creek, (1902-)

 

Osbirne South Solomon, (1882-1934?)

 

Beckhan Spring Creek (1907-1960)

 

Douglas Willow Springs, (1883-)

 

KENTUCKY  

 

Scott Suterville, (1881-98)

 

MARYLAND  

 

Carroll Beaver Dam, (1881-)

 

MICHIGAN  

 

Ionia Campbell, (1883-)

 

Member came from the Thornapple (GBB) Church

Gratiot & Montcalm Carson City, (1883-1934)

 

Midland Coleman, (?-1910?)

 

  Genesee, (1911-61)

 

Mason Scottville, (1896-)

 

Van Buren South Haven, (1897-1938?)

 

MISSISSIPPI  

 

Covington Leaf River, (1980-)

 

MISSOURI  

 

Oregon Bay Creek, (Birch Tree, Pine Grove), (1891-)

 

St Clair Brush Creek, (1882-1904)

 

Newton Shoal Creek, (1882?-1974)

 

Jasper Spring River, (1882-1920)

 

Johnson Walnut Creek, (1881-)

 

NEBRASKA  

 

Gage Centerview, (1882-1920)

 

Member can from the Beatrice (GBB) congregation

NORTH CAROLINA  

 

Forsyth Fraternity, (1887-)

 

NORTH DAKOTA  

 

  Clifford-Mayville, (1896-97)

 

Ward Surrey, (1902-44)

Cemetery

OKLAHOMA  

 

  Spring Creek, (1907-60)

 

OHIO  

 

Allen Ash Grove, (1883-)

 

Montgomery Bear Creek, (1880-)

 

  Beaver Creek, (1883-1949)

 

Paulding Big Oak Grove (Blanchard-Auglaize), (1882/83-1935?)

 

Van Wert Big Run, (1882-1908)

 

Medina Black River, (1882-91)

 

Member came from the Mohican (GBB) congregation

Miami Covington, (1881-)

 

Member came from the Covington (GBB) congregation

Paulding Flat Rock, (1883-1908)

 

  Harris Creek, (1881-88)

 

  Lost Creek, (1881-88)

 

Preble Lower Twin, (1881-)

 

Member came from the  Lower Twin(GBB) congregation

Miami Maple Grove, (1881-)

 

Member came from thee Hickory Grove (GBB) Congregation

  Nimishillen (Nimishilla), (1882/86-75)

 

  North Hampton: Donnels Creek, (1881-)

 

Darke Oak Grove, (1881-)

Brethren Churches. The Brethren Churches of Darke Co., OH.

Darke Owl Creek, (1882/87-?)

Brethren Churches. The Brethren Churches of Darke Co., OH.

  Painter Creek (Ludlow), (1881-)

 

Darke Palestine, (1881-)

Brethren Churches. The Brethren Churches of Darke Co., OH.

  Oakland, (1881-88)

 

Hancock Prices Creek, (1881/82-)

 

  Rome, (1883-96)

 

  Salem (Middle), (1881-)

 

  Shady Grove (Union City), (1881-)

 

Montgomery Stillwater (Lower Stillwater), (1882-)

Cemetery

Clermont Stonelick, (1882-1946)

 

  Sugar Grove, (1884-)

 

Preble Upper Twin, (1882-)

 

  Van Wert, (1908-20?)

 

Ligan White Oak Grove, (1881/82-1904)

 

Montgomery Wolf Creek, (1881-)

 

OREGON  

 

  Dallas, (1965-)

No cemetery

Coos Myrtle Point, (1888-1917)

 

PENNSYLVANIA  

 

Franklin Antietam, (1881-)

 

  Buffalo Valley, (1884-1900?)

 

  Falling Spring, (1881-)

 

  George's Creek, (1882-1935)

 

  Lancaster, (1909-)

 

Bedford Snake Spring Valley, (1890?-1933)

 

  York County, (1899-1955?)

 

TENNESSEE  

 

Hawkins Cedar Creek Grove, (1882-95?)

 

  Knob Creek, (1884/87-?)

 

Hawkins White Horn, (1887-1913)

 

VIRGINIA  

 

Botetourt Botetourt County, (1883-?)

 

  Copper Hill, (1883-?)

 

Franklin Germantown, (1884-1901)

 

Montgomery Johnsville, (1883-)

 

  Mill Creek, (1913-23)

 

Franklin Oak Hill, (1883-)

 

  Peters Creek, (1881-)

 

Franklin Pigg River, (1881-)

 

Member came from the Antioch Church (CB)

  Rockingham and Shenandoah Counties, (1888-)

 

Floyd Stone Wall (Red Oak Grove, Turtle Rock), (1883-1936)

 

WASHINGTON  

 

   

 

   

 

WEST VIRGINIA  

 

Grant Allegheny, (1881?-21)

 

  Chestnut Grove, (1855-1980)

 

  Elliott's Creek, (1883-?)

 

  Freeling Settlement, (1885-1906?)

 

Tucker Mount Cassell, (1885-1958)

 

Franklin Oak Hill, (1884?-1913?)

Oak Hill Old German Baptist Brethren Church Cemete

  Red Oak Ridge, (1883-?)

 

  Saint Albany, (1886-?)

 

Preston Sandy Creek, (1885-1920)

Member came from the Sandy Creek (GBB) congegation 

  Shiloh, (1885-?)

 

Monroe Spruce Run, (1883-)

 

Pendleton Swedeland Valley, (1914-33)

 

  Tear Coat, (1885-?)

 

WISCONSIN  

 

Dunn Beaver Creek, (1887-1960)

 

WYOMING  

 

Carbon Spring Creek, (1887?-1948)
Church cemetery know locally as the  Dunkard Cemetery 
 

 

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Some other Church of the Brethren links.

 OR/WA  Link to the Oregon and Washington Church of the Brethren Historical site
S DAK.  Link to Brethren churches that were organized in South Dakota
Utah  Link to the only Brethren church organized in Utah
Gospel  Link to Obituary index for Gospel Visitor 1851 - 1873
 Almanac's  Brethren Almanac's (1881, 1884, 1900, 1909)
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