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Bower Cemetery
Artesian City, Twin Falls County, Idaho

Lat: 42° 25' 15"N, Lon: 114° 10' 33"W

Contributed by Christine M. Storey, May 09, 2004 [chrissy_7@q.com]
Total records = 6.

Travel Highway 30 from Twin Falls to Hansen. Turn right on 3800 East. Turn let on 2950 North and follow on around to 2900 North. At about 4475 East you come to a farm house on your right. East of the house is a pole line and lane leading south, follow this lane past a pond, over a cattle guard and past another pond, stay to your right and you will come to a gate, about 200 yards through this gate you will come to a trail by a small ditch, about 400 yards you can see the small cemetery above the ditch next to the sagebrush.

Three large headstones can be seen as you arrive. A large rock wall surrounds this Pioneer cemetery. The cemetery is just north of the Cassia County border.

This is all I was able to find in this small cemetery. It appears to be a small family cemetery. No new burials. Condition is not kept up but looks fair.

I have transcribed from readings I took when I visited the cemetery and copied the headstones on May 08, 2008.

- Christine M. Storey

Bower, Sarah D., b. 1860, d. 1922
Bower, Stella J., d. 12 Mar 1891, Age 11yr 6mo, Daughter of Jas E.and Sarah D.Bower
Bower,James E., b. 1854, d. 1922
Land, Charley B., d. 12 May 1875, Age 2yr, s/w May and Susan F
Land, May, b. 1877, d. 9 May 1877, s/w Charley B. and Susan F
Land, Susan F., d. 20 Feb 1880, Age 40yrs 6mo 5da, Wife of S.L Land, s/w May and Charley B.

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