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St. Clair County Genealogical
|The first county in Illinois, created in 1790 while still part of the Northwest Territory|
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This cemetery began in 1850 and is the resting place for more than 31,000 people. The names and death dates on all Lot Cards of Walnut Hill Cemetery from circa 1878 - 1992 appear on this website. See FAQs for more information. The Home page search box finds surnames across our entire SCCGS website.
The earliest burials 1855 - 1878 for which records exist will be found in the sexton's books, available on the City of Belleville's website. Some headstone photographs are on the SCCGS webpages.
This project is a memorial tribute to the men and women buried here, sponsored and funded by the St. Clair County (Illinois) Genealogical Society (SCCGS). SCCGS provides this work free of charge in fulfilment of one of its purposes - to preserve ancestral data.
Use Agreement SCCGS provides the data and images here for your personal and private research files. Please add attribution in your files, e.g., Courtesy St. Clair County Genealogical Society, Belleville, Illinois, stclair-ilgs.org. Any other use, including copying to servers or uploading to your Webpages, requires written permission from the SCCGS Board. You may link to this Website. Commercial use or copying with intent to redistribute or publish in print or on other Webpages is prohibited.
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|Original Catholic lots 367 - 564|
|Original Catholic row blocks 22, 23|
|Original, lots 411, 434 - 437|
|Original, lots 518, 565 - 599|
|Original, lots 600-699, and 700 - 799, and 800 - 899, and 900 - 984|
|Original, baby row lots 346, 407, 440, and 501|
|Maple, lots 1 - 99, 100 - 199, and 200, 258|
|1st Addition, lots 1 - 99, and 100 - 199, and 200 -322|
|1st Addition, adjoining - lots 8, 9, 9.5, 10- 17|
|2nd Addition, lots 1 - 99, 100 - 198|
|3rd Addition, lots 323-336|
|4th Addition, lots 1 - 110|
|5th Addition, lots A - Z for 135 - 199, and, lots 200 - 307|
|6th Addition all lots|
|7th Addition all lots|
|8th Addition all lots|
|9th Addition, blocks 1, 2, and 3|
|10th Addition, sections A and B|
|11th Addition all lots|
|Block 1 annex|
|Block 2 annex|
|Block 3 annex|
|Block 4 annex|
|Block 5 annex|
| Block 6 annex, 10 annex, and 11 annex. |
There were no lot cards showing burials in annex 7, 8, 9, 12, or 13 during this project.
|Block 14 annex|
|Blocks 16 and 17, Veterans|
|Block 19, Tiers A-D, 1st addition, subdiv C, children|
|Block 19, Tiers 1 - 33, 1st addition, subdiv C, children|
|Blocks 19 and 20, Tiers 1, 2, 3, subdiv A and C, between Hope-Myrtle-Palm|
|Block 20, tiers 1 - 21, 1st addition|
|Block 21, tiers 1 - 10, and tiers 11 - 18|
|Blocks 22 and 23 - scant information, rare monuments. Earliest burials are in this section.|
|Block 21, 1st Addition and baby tier, Subdiv A|
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Continually updated, most recently 18 May 2016.