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Silcott Cemetery
Asotin County, Washington

Contributed by Jill Nock [jjnock@fiberpipe.net]. Total records = 23.

Silcott Cemetery, Asotin County, WA, T11N R45E Section 30

The Silcott Cemetery is located just off the Clarkston-Pomeroy highway, about 6 miles west of Clarkston. Transcribed by Jill Boles in 1999 from Robert Weatherly's work, with permission.

ASMAN, Francis, b. 10 Apr 1834, d. 22 Jun 1916, Father, stroke
ASMAN, Marinda, b. 28 Dec 1838, d. 2 Jun 1900, Mother
BAKER, Sarah E. Monroe, b. Grandmo Earl Wilson, ggGrDau Pres. Monroe, bur. to rt of Cala (sic) Lilly Wilson
DAVIS, Cecil A., b. 9 May 1906, d. 2 Jul 1909
DAVIS, Daisy, b. 26 Mar 1903, d. 26 Mar 1903, Inf Dau C.A. & E.
DAVIS, Inf Son, (no dates)
DAVIS, James R., b. 20 Jul 1814, d. 3 Nov 1901
DAVIS, Verna B., b. 26 Sep 1896, d. 17 May 1902
FRASER, Maurice Glen, b. 8 Aug 1913, d. 24 Dec 1914
HOPKINS, Cecile, d. abt 1906, dau of Silas
HUBBELL, Earl Burnett, b. 10 Jun 1902, d. 20 Sep 1902, son of Fred & Anna
JONES, Elijah, b. 11 Aug 1823, d. 17 Dec 1900, husb. of Susan J.
JONES, Susan Jane Pope, b. 18 Aug 1824, d. 20 Aug 1909, wife of Elijah O'Shea
QUINN, Flora, b. 25 Sep 1870, d. 11 Jun 1905, Mrs. Jim
ROBINSON, Ida, b. 12 Jan 1872, d. 14 Oct 1904, wife of R.H.
ROBINSON, R.H., b. 5 Aug 1861, d. 13 Mar 1910
ROBINSON, Sidna A., b. 1847, d. 1918
STARNES, Birdell Hopkins, d. abt 1906, dau of Silas Hopkins
WILSON, Calla Lilly, b. 14 Apr 1901, d. 14 Sep 1901, dau of Weldon & Jennie
WILSON, Loy Harry, b. 24 Jan 1909, d. 24 Feb 1909, son of Cliff & Molly
ZIEGLER, Boy, Abt 6 yrs, son of Bertha & Ben
ZIEGLER, Inf Son, (no dates), son of Bertha & Ben
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