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County Farm (Marble Mount) Cemetery
Clark County, Washington

On the front of the rock monument is this plaque, which reads:

"From 1873 to 1935 approximately 200 persons were buried on this plot, overcome by misfortune and adversity. They came to this final resting place from the Clark County Poor Farm.

Although their lives ended in poverty, these pioneers raised families and toiled in the woods and fields to build this country.

This monument is dedicated to those unknown pioneers, December 22, 1966.

By order of the Board of Clark County Commissioners, Kenneth E Teter, Chairman, Lawrence Beauchamp, J.A. (Jim) Worthington."

Photograph Copyright © Jun 10, 2001, Rose Marie Harshman.

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