Welcome to the St John’s / Iosco Cemetery
Introduction And Directions
The church, St. Johns’ Evangelical Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, founded in 1861, was the church and congregation that founded St. John’s / Iosco cemetery. In 1869 the church burned down, but a memorial marker reminds visitors of its location.
St. John’s Iosco Cemetery is a beautiful, quiet, rural cemetery located at 7440 390thAvenue near Janesville, Minnesota. It is in Waseca County, Iosco Township approximately 7 miles east of Janesville. If you travel west from Janesville on old highway 14, turn north on 73rd St, and then east on 380th Avenue, you will see the parking area and entrance. You are welcome to park your car and walk or follow the gravel road that loops around the grounds.
This cemetery is located approx 7 miles east of Janesville between Janesille and Waseca, Mn. Travel east, from Janesville, on old hwy 14, north on 73rd St, then east on 380th Avenue.
To find the location of the person/s that you are searching for, please use the directions listed below.
- All of the readable names are listed in alphabetical order under the cemetery map below.
- After you locate the correct name, scan across the line and find the location letter/number of the monument. A picture will also be visible by clicking on the Headstone link.
- Using the map below, notice that the letters run east and west and the numbers run north and south. The starting point being the parking area/gate/ on the south side of the cemetery.
- The site that you are looking for will be at the intersection of the letter and number. It is just like using a road map. Please see the example.