Comecos Cenotaph Cemetery – Tombstone Tuesdays September 17, 2019

I thought this cenotaph cemetery would be an interesting Tombstone Tuesdays post. I don’t expect a lot from the usual cemetery and graving sites and put those sites separately under the No listing located for the below websites

On Sunday, I was looking at YouTube videos and came across Granite, Oklahoma Cemetery & The Funniest Graves In America? – YouTube Video. Original YouTube link:–2Aw_-0. What is a cenotaph?

I was not familiar with the term “cenotaph” until I read its definition. Not exactly the best definition –

a sepulchral monument erected in memory of a deceased person whose body is buried elsewhere.

An easier definition of cenotaph is a headstone or monument for someone who isn’t buried (including inurnment, scattering of ashes, entombment, etc.) next to the headstone or monument. Often, they are not in the same cemetery.

Official website: N/A

AbandonedOK: (at the bottom of the page)



Google Maps: Google Maps Cenotaph Cemetery



Previous Tombstone Tuesdays posts:

No listing located for the below websites:

American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC):

See also:

African American Cemeteries:

Arlington National Cemetery – 

Army National Military Cemeteries:


Cemetery Census –

See also:

Cenotaph Memorial Headstones post:

Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) website

Cyndi’s List –

Dalby Database:


GenealogyTrails website:

Grave Locator (V. A. website):

Gravestone Photographic Resource (GPR): You can start with

Iowa WPA Graves –

OKCemeteries/Greer County:

RecordAGrave –

State Veteran Cemeteries:

See also:

U. S. GenWeb Tombstone Transciption Project: Here is the link for the different states:

U. S. National Cemetery System post –

V. A. National Cemeteries: (you can choose by several different levels)

V. A. National Cemeteries (by state): (LONG list as there are over 100 cemeteries listed)

World Wide Cemetery: is a one-time $90 fee to add a memorial:; additional information: Visit memorials:


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