Most recent deaths:
Smallfoot, Lewise (Wear)
Case, Daniel D.
Best, Florence (Brooks)
Ernst, Jake "Jakie"
Grabenstein, Ruth (Wyckoff)
Rowland, Margarette (Parker)
Zysset, Dorothy (Meyer)
The Farnam, Nebraska Cemetery is located immediately southwest of Farnam in the Northwest quarter of Section 1, Township 8 North, Range 26 West of the 6th P.M. in Frontier County, Nebraska.
Ordinance No. 66 of the Farnam Municipal Code (Vol. I, Supplement I, 1938) established the Cemetery Board. The Cemetery Board is responsible for the entire control and management of the cemetery, including maintaining lot ownership records.
The first parcel was deeded to the Cemetery Association by Clebert E. and Adeline Rice in 1891. Additional tracts were added in 1903, 1904 and 1940. Burials were made prior to 1891 when the land was owned by Jeremiah Walker (1887 to 1888) and Eugene Wood (1888 to 1890). The earliest date of death on existing tombstones is that of Hannah A. (Thompson) Owen: April 2,1887. (Based on information published in the Farnam history book: From These Beginnings, We Grew, 1982).
On the basis of published obituaries, it is known that there are unmarked burials. If the information presented herein is based on a published obituary rather than a gravestone inscription, it is so stated with the information.
Click Inscription Search to search the inscriptions* by name(s), date(s) or other information. If you have any questions concerning the inscription data, send E-mail to:
. If you plan to visit the cemetery and find specific tombstones, a series of cemetery plat maps are provided.
Links to photos of most gravestones are provided on the inscription page for each particular gravestone. Look for the link at the bottom of the inscription information. These photos are hosted by the NebraskaGravestones.org project.
Obituaries are being added as time permits. Please contact me if you would like to volunteer to type obituaries, or to submit paper copies of obituaries that you would like included in this project.
*This list includes all inscriptions, including those of people who are still living.