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In case nobody replied to your query about the Czech National Cemetery here
in Cedar Rapids (Linn County), the flood of June 2008 did not affect any of
the burial areas -- maybe none of the cemetery grounds at all.
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009
> Did the flood last June affect any of the Johnson County cemeteries??
> (Specifically the Sandtown (Morfordsville) Cemetery in Pleasant Valley
> Twp. and Czech National a.k.a. Bohemian Cemetery in?Cedar Rapids, IA.)?
> I'm curious as I've read in the southeast US where vaults have surfaced
> and floated?during floods.? Anything like that happen in Johnson Co?last
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