ASHLAND and SHEFFER Cemeteries
The HISTORY and DIRECTORIES of
Ashland Nebraska Cemetery
entrance located at 26th & Silver Street near the western edge of Ashland
The Ashland Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Saunders County
The Ashland Cemetery Directory and Improvement Committee
has completed a building on the grounds of the Ashland Cemetery
This building now contains beautiful wood and glass cases
with the names and location of each person interred there
A complete directory of interments:
'Alpha' (A-Z) ^ ^ April 2014 edition this edition was published on web: 16 APRIL 2014
The AHS Annual Cemetery Crawl was held October 3rd, 2010
We wish to acknowledge with grateful appreciation, the story and photo from the Ashland Gazette
"Sheffer Cemetery In Memory of the Pioneers Established 1860"
located west of Ashland
See map for directions
Sheffer Pioneer Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Cass county
and is named for one of the early pioneers, William Sheffer.
Sheffer Pioneer Cemetery is located halfway between Greenwood, Nebraska and Ashland, Nebraska.
From Highway 6, turn north on 226th Street. Cross the railroad tracks and go about one mile to Country Club Road.
The cemetery is located at the end of the minimum maintainance road beyond a private farm residence.
" The AHS Annual Cemetery Crawl "
is traditionally held in October each year.
Watch for details, time & date in the Ashland Gazette.
The Ashland Cemetery and The Sheffer Cemetery were visited
and the history of each was told. We wish to acknowledge those
who provided the guided tours and information.
The photo above, recently taken, shows the Cemetery Directory Building
after completion . . and following repairs made after a small tornado
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