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Acreage: 8
Established: 1856

Randolph Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

Office at Calvary Cemetery: 314.792.7738


Burial place of Louis Blanchette "Chasseur" - Founder of St. Charles in 1769. Builder of the first St. Charles Borromeo log church on Main and Jackson Streets in 1776.
 

Also buried at St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery is Jean Baptiste - Point DuSable [1745] to 1818 - Haitian black fur trader, first permanent Chicago settler and trader.

Traditional monument and lawn level marker lots are available on the left in both Block V (along Randolph Street) and Block III as you enter the cemetery.  There are lots for private family mausoleums and sarcophagi as well.

Contact the cemetery office for more detailed information and pricing, or email your request.