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Brush Memorial Cemetery
Brush, Morgan County

Gate from the north side of the highway which runs thru the center of the cemetery.

Tombstone Photographs

For a complete index of burials at this cemetery go to  The index has been posted to the Internet courtesy of the city of Brush and can also be reached by visiting their Web site at  All copyright restrictions apply.

Additional note:  White crosses on the graves placed by the American Legion.

The photographs in this portion of the archives, unless otherwise specifically credited, were contributed by a generous volunteer who is conducting a photographic inventory of the headstones.  The volunteer wishes to remain anonymous.

Other photographs in this portion of the archives were taken by:
Jim Davenport (jd)
Arlene Glenn (ag)
Clifford Krehmeyer (ck)
Lester L. Overfelt (llo)
Shirley Schroeder (ss)

This page was last updated Saturday, 14-Jun-2008 11:53:34 EDT

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Brush Memorial Cemetery headstone photographs:  A - C | D - F | G - I | J - L | M - O | P - R | S - T | U - Z

Headstones on this page: A | B | C

(Click on the underlined name to download the tombstone photograph)

NOTE:  Most remarks/information appearing in brackets ([]) was found in from Tombstones and Burial Records 1994.


Do you have any headstone photos from this or any other Colorado cemetery to add to the collection? If so, see How To Contribute.

Return to: Morgan County Index

Return to: Colorado Tombstone Photo Project Page

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