Celebrating Life. Safeguarding History.

Every day, we greet not just family and friends of those who lie to rest here, but also walkers, runners, historians, naturalists and others who come to experience our hills and valleys, historic monuments and scenic vistas. Whether you’re here to pay tribute to a loved one, explore Peoria’s history, enjoy the natural beauty or consider Springdale as your final resting place, welcome.
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  • Next Authority Meeting: Feb. 19, 2024 at 4pm

    Springdale Maintenance Building

  • Cemetery Roads Closed: 6PM – 6AM
    October 1, 2023 thru March 2024

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17 hours ago
Springdale Cemetery & Mausoleum

Spring is back in Springdale. Come enjoy the beauty as Springdale reawakens after a winter rest.

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Spring is back in Springdale. Come enjoy the beauty as Springdale reawakens after a winter rest.

#spring #springdale1854 #nature

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Violet wood sorrel were in bloom last weed

3 days ago
Springdale Cemetery & Mausoleum

Here’s a way to make your donation matter more! Mike Rucker, the volunteer naturalist steward for Springdale, is matching up to $5,000 in contributions made to the Springdale Historic Preservation Foundation before June 30.

Donate online at bit.ly/DonateSHPF and indicate it’s for the Matching Fund. Or send a check to P.O. Box 5511, Peoria, IL 61601-5511. Write Matching Fund in the memo line.

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Here’s a way to make your donation matter more! Mike Rucker, the volunteer naturalist steward for Springdale, is matching up to $5,000 in contributions made to the Springdale Historic Preservation Foundation before June 30.

Donate online at https://bit.ly/DonateSHPF and indicate it’s for the Matching Fund. Or send a check to P.O. Box 5511, Peoria, IL 61601-5511. Write Matching Fund in the memo line.

#springdale1854 #challenge #history
5 days ago
Springdale Cemetery & Mausoleum

Nicknamed “Steel Arm Johnny,” Jonathan Boyce Taylor was a pitcher, coach and manager in the Negro Leagues. Following his death in 1956, he was buried at Springdale in an unmarked grave. In 2007, his final resting place (located in the Sunset Terrace section) was recognized with a marker.

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Nicknamed “Steel Arm Johnny,” Jonathan Boyce Taylor was a pitcher, coach and manager in the Negro Leagues. Following his death in 1956, he was buried at Springdale in an unmarked grave. In 2007, his final resting place (located in the Sunset Terrace section) was recognized with a marker.

#Springdale1854 #history #peorians
1 week ago
Springdale Cemetery & Mausoleum

Located in a quiet, wooded area of Springdale, Prairie Gardens allows for permanent memorialization of cremated remains. It provides a lasting tribute for the deceased and gives friends and family a place to gather now and in the future.

Choose to scatter cremated remains throughout this wooded area or place them in “columbarium”—benches with niches for urns or other containers. There’s plenty of space available for private services, as well as options for memorial markers.

Give us a call at 309-681-1400 to learn more about this option. Located in a quiet, wooded area of Springdale, Prairie Gardens allows for permanent memorialization of cremated remains. It provides a lasting tribute for the deceased and gives friends and family a place to gather. Call us at 309-681-1400 to learn more.

#Springdale1854 #cremation #Peorians
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Located in a quiet, wooded area of Springdale, Prairie Gardens allows for permanent memorialization of cremated remains. It provides a lasting tribute for the deceased and gives friends and family a place to gather now and in the future. 

Choose to scatter cremated remains throughout this wooded area or place them in “columbarium”—benches with niches for urns or other containers. There’s plenty of space available for private services, as well as options for memorial markers.

Give us a call at 309-681-1400 to learn more about this option. Located in a quiet, wooded area of Springdale, Prairie Gardens allows for permanent memorialization of cremated remains. It provides a lasting tribute for the deceased and gives friends and family a place to gather. Call us at 309-681-1400 to learn more.

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