Salmon Creek Mill Graves
Bay Center, Pacific County, Washington
Contributed by T Sheldon, Aug 28, 2000 [email@example.com ]. Total records = 5.
Transcribed by T Sheldon, proofread by Gavin Vincent, and completed this 13th day of May, 2000.Some type of epidemic hit the mill workers and their families between 1853-54. At the mill sight there were five or six laid to rest under the pine trees, mostly children. CHANCE, Ella, no dates
Location: Salmon Creek enters into North River just before it enters into Willapa Bay at Sec. 26,T15N, R10W.
CHANCE, James, no dates, age 14y
HUSTIN, Curtis, d.1854, other sources show after the epidemic he drowned near mouth of harbor, son-in-law/o Capt. McFARLAND
NAGG, Child, no dates, "One of Mr. Nagg's little ones"
WATKINS, Josephine, no dates, age 4y
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