The west Wichita cemetery has almost 500 interments some dating back to the 1880’s.
Discover the fascinating story of “Father” Silas Bliss, a beloved member of his community in Wichita, Kansas.
Discover the history behind Roll Cemetery, a small family graveyard nestled in the heart of Sedgwick County.
Exploring Saint Mary’s Cemetery – where a man named Peter Rau holds the oldest grave.
The final resting place for almost a thousand individuals whose names have long been forgotten.
Uncovering the history of Mulkey Cemetery: A small plot of land that holds the remains of only 22 people with wooden grave markers and a history that dates to the late 1800s.
A stop at Calvary Methodist Cemetery reveals the story of Alma Janney, whose short life is immortalized in the oldest grave on the grounds.
Fritz Snitzler’s Saloon, was the most popular bar in 1872 Wichita. It offered drinks, gambling, and prostitution. But Fritz’s was best known for its larger than life owner.
Taking a look at the Kechi Township Cemetery with graves dating back to the 1860’s.
The first cremation only cemetery in the area.