Below are listed all known cemeteries in Crawford County as transcribed by William Cuthbertson between 1961-1975.
Baxter (State Park N. of Pittsburg)
Beecher-Hammond (W. of Pittsburg on Quincy)
Brazilton Zion Lutheran
Coonrod (South of Cato)
County Farm Cemetery (no stones or dates left, believed to be burial grounds of those who were inmates at the County Farm)
Crawfordsville (no stones or dates)
Dalton Family Cemetery
Daniels Family Cemetery
Davis (1 mile north of Opolis)
Dietz (possible called Hopefield or Lone Star, 2 miles west of Pittsburg)
Driscoll & Hemmingston Graves (near Farlington)
Dumbauld Cemetery (4 miles west of McCune)
Dunbar Family Cemetery (near Farlington)
Fowler (near Drywood)
Freeman Graves (near Croweburg)
Frump Infants Graves
Goshert Infants Graves
Halley Family Cemetery
Hamm Family Cemetery
Hepler Immanuel Lutheran
Highland Park (Pittsburg)
Iowa Lutheran (near Brazilton)
Jones (east of McCune)
Kledehn Family (no graves left)
Langdon (south of Pittsburg)
McClaughry or Matthew Black Farm Cem.
Mills School Cem.
Morton Infant Graves
Mt. Carmel Catholic (Frontenac)
Mt. Carmel School Cem.
Mt. Olive (Pittsburg)
Nance (south of Cato)
Newbanks Infants Graves
Old Arcadia (Forest Hill)
Olive School Cem.
Paulk Infants Graves
Pittsburg Garden of Memories
Pittsburg Zion Lutheran
Rowe (Iowa Lutheran)
St. Mary's Catholic (Pittsburg)
St. Patrick's Catholic (Walnut)
Schmale Farm Cem. (near Gross)
Sheffield (Pleasant Valley)
Shirley (located in the State Park)
Simons Family Cem.
Spangler (south of Brazilton)
Vandermullen Family Cem.
Washington Township Cem. (near Franklin)