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Green Place Cemetery
Asotin County, Washington

Contributed by Jill Nock [jjnock@fiberpipe.net]. Total records = 4.

The Green Place Cemetery, T6N R43E Section 11, is located on the knob east of the log farm house of pioneer Jesse R. Greene, on the Grouse Flat Bench in southwestern Asotin County, about three quarters of a mile north of the Oregon line, and four miles east of the Garfield County line, and located on the brakes of the large Wenatchee Canyon to the east and the Grande Rounde River Canyon to the south, with the Lost Prairie area of northern Wallowa County, Oregon, across the Grande Rounde Canyon. The graves are located on the north side of the knob.

Cox, Mrs. A.A. (Sarah), age 58, buried there March 31, 1913
Greene, Harlan, b. 9 May 1896, d. April 1971, Ashes were scattered there
Greene, Mrs. Harlan (Vera), d. November 1978, Ashes were scattered there
Young, Martha Elizabeth Greene, b. 25 Dec. 1846, Yancy Co. NC, d. Feb. 10, 1909

(Note: Martha Elizabeth Greene Young was the sister of Jesse R. Greene (Jesse was the father of Harlan Greene). Martha Elizabeth, was my Great Grandmother. The information comes from "Roots And Branches" = the Ancesters and Descendants of Romulus Clingman Franklin and May (Mary) Delilah Greene Franklin printed by The Avery Journal, Inc. Newland, NC, and the Greene Family and Davis, Young family records.)
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