New Virginia Cemetery - Beymer Cemetery

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This is the gravesite of New Virginia’s first settler. As legend has it, the gravestone has been replaced at some time over the years. Locals say an eerie glow will come from the stone at midnight, a protestation from the ghost, angry about the change.

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Geographic Information

County Highway G76
New Virginia, Iowa
United States

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41.1780, -93.73500
Warren County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
New Virginia, IA (0.4 mi.)
Truro, IA (6.2 mi.)
Saint Charles, IA (8.5 mi.)
Saint Marys, IA (9.0 mi.)
Osceola, IA (10.1 mi.)
East Peru, IA (10.5 mi.)
Bevington, IA (12.9 mi.)
Martensdale, IA (13.5 mi.)
Woodburn, IA (13.5 mi.)
Patterson, IA (14.0 mi.)


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