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Evergreen Cemetery
Priest River, Bonner County, Idaho

Cemetery Rd
Priest River ID

Lat: 48° 11' 27"N, Lon: 116°54'06"W

Contributed by Mary Garrison, Mar 11, 2002 [mycougars@adelphia.net] Total records = 2,793.

When you are in on Highway 2 in Priest River go North on 3rd St and follow this until it connects into Cemetery Road. The cemetery will be to the east of the roadway.

The gates are open from 9:00 am until dusk. Currently Tom Peterson is the caretaker for the cemetery.

This cemetery was established in 1904. There were some burials there before that time. The lawn and cemetery are well maintained. The oldest burial appears to be Melisia J Henkle in 1895.

I started this transcription in November 2000, last updated 09-09-2001. The information was cross checked with cemetery written records. Information was also added from obituary and death notification in the newspapers furnished by the Bonner County Museum.


* Subjects shown buried in the Priest River Cemetery

b.= birth
d.= death
deed = deed for plot
dau = daughter
dy = day
f/l = family plot
f/p = family plot
f/s = family stone
fhm = funeral home marker
  husb = husband
m. = married
mo = month
n/d = no date
s/l = same lot
s/p = same plot
s/s = same stone
WWI = World War I
WWII = World War II

- Mary Garrison

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