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|Colorado Cemetery Status Symbols:|
|Open for registration and transcription.||Partial or in-progress transcription on this cemetery.|
|This cemetery has been registered.||This is a complete transcription as of the date noted...Updates welcomed!|
|All Souls Walk|
|Calvary Cemetery (Mt Calvary Catholic)
(Closed about 1910. Most remains moved in 1950s. Now Cheeseman Park)
(Lookups from 1940s listing)
|Chapel Hill Cemetery
|Crown Hill Cemetery (Also see Jefferson County)||Dot Morris|
| Fairmount Cemetery 1890-1906
A-F |G-L| M-R |S-Z
|Fort Logan National Cemetery
A | B| C | D | E| F | G | H| I | J | K| L | M | N | O | P| Q | R| S| T | U | V| W |X| Y| Z
|Extracted from the Department of
Affairs, National Cemetery Administration database
dated 15 June 2006
by Joy Fisher.
|Hampden Memorial Gardens|
|Lowry Field Cemetery|
|(Teikyo) Loretto Heights Catholic Cemetery
(Also see Jefferson County)
|Mt Nebo Cemetery
(registered 8/2012) Also see Arapahoe County
|Regis College Cemetery
(Also see Adams County)
John Eger has a transcription of the Riverside Cemetery in the 1800's.
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