Mennonite Mountain Cemetery

4000 Fly Road, Campden


The heritage value of Mennonite Mountain cemetery runs deep.  Originally the location of the Mennonite Meeting House that was built in about 1843, David Moyer sold a half-acre of his farm for five shillings ($1.00) to Abraham Kratz, a Mennonite elder, for a place to worship. In 1908 services ceased and in 1918, the Meeting House was taken down and moved.  The property was turned over to the Town of Lincoln in 1965 and heritage designated in 2017.  The land to the west contains over 240 pioneer grave stones, including those of the family of former Governor General, Roland Michener.  Other popular early setter names include: Albrecht/Albright, Althouse, Meyer/Moyer, Fretz, Hunsberger/Honsberger, Fretz, Wismer, Moyer, Kratz, Grobb, Hipple, Rittenhouse and Funk.  The land to the east has plenty of availability for further interments


  • In-ground traditional/full burial lots
  • In-ground cremation burial lots
  • Commemorative options