Pleasant Valley Cemetery (McCamish Twp)
15500 Evening Star Rd
Eudora, McCamish Twp, Johnson, KS

Latitude, Longitude:   Map
38 50' 52.34" N, 95 02' 10.22" W
38.847900, -95.036170

Driving Directions:
From Kansas City, MO, take I35 South to exit 210 Gardner. Continue on W 175th St. Turn right on Edgerton Rd. Turn left at W 159th St. Turn right at Evening Star Rd. Cemetery is to the right in a line of trees off the road between two fields and cannot be seen.

About this Cemetery:
This old cemetery is located in rural McCamish Twp close to the Douglas County line. It is situated on a section line between two farmed sections, well in from the road, and is marked with a little outcropping of trees to the north of the trees that mark the section line that is far enough in it cannot be seen from the road to the west of the cemetery.

Little remains today of this cemetery. Within the copse of trees are two stones, buried within vines and bramble. On the west side of these trees is a clearing with the Broom stone. No other stones can be found today.

In the early 1970s, this cemetery was transcribed as part of a project by the Johnson Co. Genealogical Society, and donated to the county. Since many of the stones are now missing, I have added the now missing stones from this transcription, so they also may be remembered.

Cemetery Ownership:
This old abandoned cemetery is on the section line of privately owned farmland in western Johnson County near Eudora, in Douglas County.

Read the transcribed copy of the History of Captain's Creek Community, compiled by Joy Lefmann Scheunemann for information about the Pleasant Valley school and cemetery.

Cemetery Contact:
A E Robison Inc
Private. Email request.

Transcription by Linda Lewis, 29 Oct 2005
This is a complete transcription by reading and photographing the gravestones. This transcription has been supplimented with a transcription by Elizabeth Hulse from the early 1970s, provided by Johnson County, as the stones are now missing. Photos available upon request.