El Cado Cemetery
Peru, KansasEl Cado Cemetery is located south of Peru and Niotaze, Kansas. It is very close to the Oklahoma border and west of Caney. Here is a map of southeastern Chautauqua County, Kansas. The red X marks the location of the cemetery. Be prepared to drive on several miles of unpaved roads. It's worth the drive. The cemetery sits on a hill with beautiful old cedar trees and a scenic view of many miles of prairie. The wind always seems to blow.
Here are some photographs from El Cado Cemetery. Click on each small photo to see a larger view.
The sign and drive leading to El Cado Cemetery. This photo was taken about 20 years ago and then entrance has now been cleared out.
View of El Cado Cemetery.
El Cado Cemetery.
The Grey Marker to the right of the cedar tree is for my GG Grandparents, William and Nancy Marlow (looking northeast).
Here is another view taken during the summer 2001.
Grave of William and Nancy Marlow
Looking east. Right marker is for August and Eva Marlow. The marker on the left is for Eva's mother, Sarah Darnall, 1860 -1923.
(Note - Sarah's grave marker gives the spelling - Darnell, but this is apparently an error. Descendants say that the spelling is Darnall)
Graves of Eva and August Marlow
For more information on this family, click here.
Barbara J. Marlow Irwin passed away August 21, 2009. I am her husband, Lyndon Irwin, and I maybe able to answer simple questions, but please be aware that these are not my lines. So if you are wondering what the source of a certain item might be, its likely I won't know.
The background music playing is "After You're Gone"