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Colburn Cemetery
Bonner County, Idaho

Lat: 48°23'50"N, Lat: 116°32'03"W, coordinates for Colburn

Contributed by Mary Garrison, Mar 11, 2002 [mycougars@adelphia.net] Total records = 27.

This small cemetery is located on US Hwy 95 near milepost 483 and is on private property owned by Henry Perry in 1953. This is at the south edge of the town of Colburn.

The site has been abandoned and no new burials are listed here. It is overgrown with brush and several of the tombstones have toppled over.

Several volunteers cleaned and restored the cemetery during the summer of 2001. The earliest burial date found in the cemetery is 1900 - James Howe.

I have transcribed from my survey when I walked this cemetery during July 2000, was last updated 06-13-2001.

- Mary Garrison

Geisler, Mary, d. 02-06-1909, age 65y
Howe, Anna, b. 02-17-1843, d. 10-21-1912
Howe, Arthur, d. 1910
Howe, Charlie, d. 1910
Howe, Fred, d, 1930
Howe, Gladys, d. 1911
Howe, James, b. 1885, d. 1900
Howe, James, d. 1943
Howe, Laura, d. 1916
Howe, Lewis, b. 1849, d. 1907
Howe, Mary H, d. 1941
Johnson, Eliza, b. 1883, d. 1924
Logue, Minnie, d. 03-11-1908, age 27y
Mann, Iva F, b. 1870, d. 1911
May, Ida M, b. 1859, d. 1937
May, Joseph "Square Timber Joe", b. 1842, d. 11-05-1909
McArthur, Hugh Duncan, d. 1942
Oliver, Melvin W,, b. 09-1918, d. 1928
Persons, G P, d. 12-21-1918, age 64y
Rheburg, Carl, d. 09-20-1909
Robeson, Francis C, d. 11-18-1921, age 21y
Smith, Arthur Clay, b. 02-26-1902, d. 08-13-1903
Spanos, Anton Sr, d. 04-07-1926, age 31y
Spanos, Anton, d. 03-28-1926, age 6y
Svab, Lloyd Allen, b. 09-21-1920, d. 03-03-1922
Thompson, William, d. 06-16-1909, age 27y
Zastrow, Mary, b. 08-12-1868, d. 06-24-1913

Markers with only surname:
Doyle, Houck, Mosher

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