The Arizona Pioneer & Cemetery Research Project is a free site with Arizona Pioneer Cemetery Records. They have 560 Pioneer Cemeteries or Lone Graves located and identified and over 17,000 graves identified and documented.

 
“APCRP’s historical research is exclusively PIONEER Cemeteries, being defined as having fewer than six burials in the past fifty years, regardless of the total graves or age of the cemetery.”
 
Also “APCRP’s information is not a current roster of names in historic cemeteries nor is it APCRP’s intent to keep current rosters. Local groups and cemetery associations maintain these records plus other internet organizations provide this service.”

Apache County

Alpine Cemetery

Cochise County

Adams – Johnson Mine – Cemetery, Charleston, Contention City, Evergreen, Fairbank Cemetery, Fort Bowie, Gleeson

Coconino County

Griffith, Rees (Grand Canyon, Phantom Ranch); Lees Ferry

Gila County

Haught Ranch Cemetery, Middleton Ranch Cemetery, Pioneer Cemetery, See Cemetery (Narron, Annie), Tonto Basin Cemetery, Young Cemetery

Greenlee County

Double Circle Ranch & Cemetery, Eagle Creek Cemetery; Hamblin, Charles Allen; Morenci Old Cemetery

La Paz County

Alamo Lake Cemetery, Campas Cemetery, Three Rivers Lake Cemetery, Camp Bouse, Cibola, Culling’s Wells, Ehrenberg; Harrisburg; Harqua Hala; Palmerita Ranch; Quartzite Cemetery; Quartzite; Salome Pioneer Cemetery; Swansea Cemeteries

Maricopa County

Mohave County

Navajo County

Pima County

Pinal County

Santa Cruz County

Amado; Black Oak Cemetery; Harshaw; Harshaw Epidemic Roster; Mowry

Navajo County

Yavapai County

Yuma County

Colorado Mine Cemetery; Dome; Hi Jolly (Quartzite); Hovatter Camp Graves; Martinez Lake; Imperial Dam; Mohawk; Swilling, Jack Grave; Laguna

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