List of cemeteries in Vermilion County, Illinois
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This is a list of cemeteries in Vermilion County, Illinois.
|Adams Family Plot||McKendree||Located southeast of the intersection of 2080 E and 1200 N.|
|Allen Family Plot||Ross||Defunct. The original location is on a hill Northeast of the intersection of 3050 N and 1730 E which is just West of Alvin.|
|Allhands||Catlin||403440||Located at the east edge of Kickapoo State Park, this cemetery was dedicated in 1864 and deeded from Sylvester and Martha Hutton.|
|Atherton||Danville||403696||Located on the southeast edge of Danville and was started in 1858 on landed deeded by the grandfather of Paul Atherton. It is located on Lewis Road, to the south of New Atherton Cemetery (see below).|
|Bethel||Love||404274||About 6 miles east of Ridge Farm, this cemetery is surrounded by a fence and is still in use.|
|Bethel||Blount||404275||Located in the churchyard of the Free Methodist Church. Stones here date from the 1880s.|
|Bethel||Ross||404277||Formerly known as Wiseman Cemetery but began to be called after the nearby Bethel United Brethren Church. Located north of Alvin and east of Mann's Chapel.|
|Bock||McKendree||404641||Named for George Bock, a son-in-law of Achilles Morgan (the first settler at Brooks Point), this cemetery is located east of Westville.|
|Bodkin||Vance||404643||Located in the northwest corner of the township.|
|Brittingham Family Plot||Jeremiah Brittingham came to Vermilion County in 1830 from Ohio and died in the winter of 1831; due to the extreme cold, he could not be buried immediately. An Indian chief died shortly thereafter and his people asked that he be buried with Jeremiah.|
|Bryley||Newell||405078||Also known as Brierly and is northeast of Danville. It was named for Samuel Brierly and contains graves of early Newell Township settlers. William Adams, a Revolutionary War soldier, is buried here.|
|Caraway Family Plot||Georgetown||1951030||Located north of the grade school in Westville, established on land provided by Joshua and Charles Caraway, which they acquired in 1824.|
|Cline||Blount||1951173||Sometimes known as Milner Cemetery, it is next to Milner School.|
|Colliers||Love||1951031||Colliers Cemetery is also sometimes called Humrick Cemetery and is just south of the small town of Humrick.|
|Collison||Pilot||1951156||Located southeast of the town of Collison.|
|County Poor Farm||Catlin||Adjacent to the Songer Cemetery, this cemetery contains the graves of many residents of the Vermilion County Home.|
|Cox Family Plot||Catlin||406688||Named for John Cox who was born in 1799, was a scout in the Black Hawk War, and settled in the Middle Fork area in 1829. It is within Kickapoo State Park.|
|Crown Hill||Elwood||406851||Located within Ridge Farm, in the south part of the town. It was established on land from the farm of Ira Grover Jones. It was originally a GAR cemetery; the town of Ridge Farm took over maintenance in 1918. Stones here date from 1891.|
|Floral Hill cemetery||1951174|
|Martin Burial Grounds||1951164|
|Saints Peter and Paul||Georgetown||417853|
|Spicer Family Plot||1951172|
- Martin, Floyd (2003). Locator for the cemeteries of Vermilion County, Illinois. Danville, Illinois: Illiana Genealogical and Historical Society.
- United States Geological Survey. "Geographic Names Information System: Cemeteries in Vermilion County, Illinois". Retrieved 2012-03-20.
- VermilionCounty.INFO - Cemetery project for Vermilion County IL & Surrounding counties (list, description, & map of every cemetery including pictures of every headstone).
- Cemetery Locator Project for Vermilion County, IL