Black Walnut Cemetery

Country: USA

Region (County/State / Province): Missouri


Contact: Susanne Paradis

Study Description 

The Black Walnut Cemetery is located near the former community of Black Walnut in northeastern St. Charles County, Missouri. The cemetery, originally located on Moses Robbins’ land, dates from the 1820s to the 1910s. We believe there are about 88 people buried here, many being children from about 39 different pioneer families, many related to the Robbins’ family.


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