From I-40 take the Sunnylane exit just east of I-35. Go south to SE 29th street. The cemetery is on the SW corner and the old section is accessed from Sunnylane, about 1/2 mile south of SE 29th Street.
Sunnylane Cemetery is a large privately owned cemetery. It is very regulated in terms of what is allowed on the graves. Most of it is laid out in blocks which contain two pairs of rows, each of which are laid out head to head. i.e. rows 1 and 2 are head to head, rows 3 and 4 are head to head, leaving rows 2 and 3 to be foot to foot. Only one upright headstone is allowed on each PAIR of rows and it faces out (i.e. faces rows 1 and 4). Frequently a family group will have plots on both sides of an upright stone. This has been noted in some cases, but by no means all of them! SO, if you see the same surname in the next row in the same general position, chances are it is directly behind. The plot position given is based on used plots (not counting empty areas) and was intended only to maintain the ORDER of each row, but may be useful otherwise.
Burials noted as "with" another person refer to both names appearing on a single stone or under a single surname stone. Burials noted as "next to" or "between" are on separate stones.
Because much of the information here is compiled from a combination of both headstones and footstones, interpretation was involved in some cases. This could be in error.
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