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Cherry Valley Pioneer Cemetery
Duvall, King County, Washington

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History of the Cemetery
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Cherry Valley Pioneer Cemetery, Duvall, WA

GPS: 47.747739, -121.985212

26526 NE Cherry Valley Road
Duvall, WA 98019

Published: March 1, 2020
Total records: 11

Contributed by: Suzanne Livingstone on March 1, 2020.

Cherry Valley Pioneer Cemetery is owned by Duvall Historical Society.

Driving Directions

Please note the address is for the Dougherty Farmstead, the cemetery is adjacent in a wooded area.

Background

Cemetery is in very good condition and well cared for. It is set in a small wooded area, adjacent to the Dougherty Farmstead. There is also a small white picket fence by it.

There is only one visible stone. A sign at the cemetery states it was establish and in use from 1885 to about 1905 when most of the bodies were moved to Novelty Cemetery, due to flooding issues. The sign also lists the names of 11 people whose graves are believed to still be interred here. However its possible as many as 40 people may still be interred at this location.

For additional information, please visit the Duvall Historical Society website:
http://www.duvallhistoricalsociety.org/pioneer-cemetery.html

Cemetery Records

Names below were were transcribed from a sign posted at the cemetery...


ALLEN, Child
ALLEN, Child
DUVALL, Stephanie Dyer
HIBLE, Florence
LEYDE, Mr.
PETERSON, Mrs.
PINGWAY, Mrs.
PINKERTON, Ardle
PINKERTON, Corinda Woodbury
RUDDY, Child
RUDDY, Child

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