Iola-City of Cemetery in Iola Kansas

Address and phone number for Iola-City of Cemetery, a Cemetery, at North Buckeye Street, Iola KS.

Iola-City of Cemetery
505 North Buckeye Street, Iola, Kansas, 66749

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About the Iola-City of Cemetery

The Iola-City of Cemetery, located in Iola, KS, is a burial ground that offers funeral and burial services. The Cemetery provides information about their funeral and burial policies, burial records, plot records, and other Iola Cemetery records.

Interested parties may contact the Cemetery for questions about:
  • Information about funerals and burials
  • Iola burial records
  • Gravesite history
  • Hours of operation
  • KS Cemetery policies
Iola Burial Records

Iola burial records, which are of interest to genealogists and family researchers, are available as public records. These records contain information about the death date, the burial date, any services performed in an Iola Cemetery, and payment records. Burial records may also list birth information, marriage information, and family members buried in Iola or in Allen County. Cremation records contain similar information, such as internment information, death records, and Cemetery deeds.

Iola-City of Cemetery Burial Policies

Iola-City of Cemetery provides information about its burial policies, including any restrictions on access. Some Cemetery operating guidelines, for instance, limit access to burial sites. Burial policies also include information on receiving a burial permit, options for funeral services, locating graves in Allen County, and information about plot records and maps.

Gravesite History

Many Cemeteries provide gravesite history records, which can include information on Cemetery deeds, sales or transfers of the deed, and the location, size, and dimension of the plot. Some records include headstone images and links to nearby family burial sites. These Cemetery records may also contain tombstone inscriptions, information about the burial permit, and funeral records. Contact the Cemetery's main office to learn more about their gravesite history documents.

Cemetery Operations

Iola-City of Cemetery provides information on its policies, hours, and rules, including how to obtain Cemetery records, plot records, and Cemetery papers which can include death certificates. Some Cemeteries in Iola or Allen County limit gravesite visits to certain hours or post restrictions on grave decorations. Iola-City of Cemetery also provides information about burial fees and any maintenance fees. The licensing and operation of Cemeteries, including Public Cemeteries and Private Cemeteries, is regulated by Kansas State, which applies to most Cemeteries in Kansas.

Cemeteries in Kansas

Kansas houses both private, public, and military Cemeteries. These Cemeteries serve different religious or cultural communities, which may restrict access to the facility. While Public Cemeteries in Iola are available to the general public, Iola Private Cemeteries restrict access based on family, religious affiliation, ethnicity, or another factor. Military Cemeteries in Kansas typically bury veterans or others who have served in the armed forces. Family members of veterans may also qualify for burial in Iola or Kansas Military Cemeteries. The Cemetery's main office may be able to provide additional resources on Cemeteries in Kansas.

Contact the Iola-City of Cemetery

You may contact the Iola-City of Cemetery by calling 620-365-4935, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Iola-City of Cemetery, 505 North Buckeye Street, Iola, Kansas, 66749.