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Cook's Cedar Glade Cemetery

Entry to Cook's Cedar Glade Cemetery, resting place of Sedona and T.C. Schnebly.

ADA Accessibility Notes

Relatively flat with some gravel paths.

The first burial at this location was in 1918 during the 'Spanish' flu epidemic. In 1928 Henry Cook homesteaded 160 acres including the graveyard. In 1930 he fenced off the cemetery and it has been in active use since that time. Burials are limited to those related to the early residents of Sedona or their descendants. Sedona Schnebly, the town's namesake, and her husband Theodore Carl and their daughter Pearl are buried here. The cemetery is now owned and maintained by the Sedona Historical Society.

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets please.

Time Period Represented

1918 to present.


Daylight hours.

Seasons Open


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