Cemetery Transcriptions & 1877 Gentry County Atlas

Gentry and Worth Counties Cemetery transcriptions completed by Mr. Ben Glick and generously shared with the Carnegie Public Library.

Name Index to Gentry/Worth County Cemeteries

Adkins Cemetery

Albany City Cemetery

Allendale Cemetery

Barnes Cemetery

Berline Cemetery

Bethel Cemetery

Boatwright Cemetery

Bulla Cemetery

Carmack Cemetery

Carter Cemetery

Cooper Cemetery

Crim Cemetery

Darlington Cemetery

DePriest Cemetery

Douglas Cemetery

Duncan Cemetery

Enyart Cemetery

Ernst Quigley Cemetery 

Fairview Cemetery

Fairview Gentry Cemetery

Finders Cemetery

Fletchall Cemetery

Ford City Cemetery

Freeland Cemetery

Gentry Worth Cemetery

Grandview Cemetery

Grandview Title Cemetery

Grant City Cemetery

Grant City Cemetery

Grantham Cemetery

Greenridge Cemetery

Gribble Cemetery

Groom Cemetery

Hall Cemtery

Hammer Cemetery

Henton Cemetery

Hoblet Cemetery

Holmes Watkins Cemetery

Honey Grove Cemetery

Hugginsville Cemetery

Hussey Cemetery

Isabelle Cemetery

Isadora Cemetery

Jennings Cemetery

Kent Cemetery

King City Cemetery 

Kirk Cemetery 

Knox Cemetery

Koger Cemetery

Lamb Cemetery 

Liberty Cemetery 

Lone Star Cemetery

Long Branch Cemetery

Lotts Grove Cemetery

Magee Cemetery

McFall Cemetery

Meeker Cemetery

Millen Cemetery

Miller Cemetery 

Mize Cemetery 

Mize II Cemetery 

Mt. Vernon Cemetery

Mt. Zion East Cemetery 

Mt. Zion West Cemetery 

Murphy Cemetery

Newby Cemetery

New Friendship Cemetery

New Hope Cemetery

Old Brick Cemetery

Old Friendship Cemetery

Owl Creek Cemetery

Oxford Cemetery

Petry Cemetery

Pleasant Hill Cemetery

Prairie Chapel Cemetery

Sandville Cemetery

Seven Dolors Cemetery

Shepherd Cemetery 

Sheridan Old Cemetery

Sheridan VanSkyock Cemetery

Shull Culp Cemetery

Smithton Cemetery

Snider Cemetery

St Patricks Cemetery

Walker Cemetery 

Wayman Cemetery

Wharton Cemetery

Wheeler Hardwick Cemetery

Wilson Cemetery

Wright Cemetery


The territory, or portion of country, now included in the counties of De Kalb, Gentry and Worth, prior to the winter of 1844 and 1845, was unorganized into counties, but was attached to the county of Clinton, for civil and military purposes, and so continued until the session of the General Assembly of the State of 1844 and 1845, when the counties of De Kalb and Gentry were organized, still leaving that portion of said Territory, which now composes the county of Worth, attached to Gentry county for civil and military purposes, which so remained until the General Assembly by an act, approved February 8th, 1861, organized the county of Worth, in pursuance to an amendment to the Constitution of the State, authorizing said district of country to be organized as a county, approved on the 30thday of January, 1861.

Prominent People and Other Local History

Property Owners of Gentry County by Township