Mammoth Cave NP Cemetery Database
Welcome to the Mammoth Cave National Park Cemetery Database. At one time, several communities called the lands of the park home, and today some of the most poignant reminders of their lives here are the burial grounds still to be found along the roads and trails, and among the trees.
This is a prototype interface to help you navigate through the known information about the burials within the park. The database is by no means complete. Careful inventory of cemeteries is cost- and labor-intensive, and we hope that users of this database who have records covering any of the undocumented cemeteries or burials will share that information with us for inclusion in this database so that we can preserve a clearer memory of the communities that once lived here.
We encourage users of this database to contribute information, and to let us know how we can improve this interface, by using this email link: Email Us
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Did You Know?
The grease-oil lamp was used to illuminate Mammoth Cave for more than a century. Designed after New England whale-oil lanterns, these lamps used cooking grease to light the way.