This is a totally unmarked Cemetery on the Baker farm near Northboro, IA; believed to be prior to 1850s. Located 1.5 miles from Union Cemetery, that was started by the Arthur Peck who originally owned the Baker farm.
There was a small settlement there called Union Grove in Washington Township, there was the Union Grove School, a post office and several businesses that serviced the stagecoach line.
This was on a wagon train route, from Rock Port to Clarinda, and also that the Goldenrod stage coach ran a line between Hamburg and Bedford.
ocust Ridge Road ran along that area until the 1870s.
Baker Farm Cemetery
Created by: Sandy Hicks Mullins
Record added: May 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69873002
To all those that are lost to their families they are reunited in Heaven. And those not yet there , will meet there one day. SO, you will never be forgotten. Family stories will keep you in their hearts.|
Added: Oct. 10, 2013
Added: May. 21, 2011
You belonged to somebody, maybe someone's family history has a clue.You will not be forgotten!|
Sandy Hicks Mullins
Added: May. 15, 2011