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Walton-Gumm Cemetery
Twin Falls County, Idaho

Lat: 42° 12' 04"N, Lon: 114° 53' 23"W
T14S R13E Sec 24

Contributed by Christine M. Storey, Oct 13, 2003 [chrissy_7@q.com]
Total records = 3.

Leave Twin Falls and head toward Jackpot Nevada. When You reach Rogerson, Idaho turn right and head toward Salmon Dam. Cross the dam and continue towards Cedar Creek Reservoir (Roseworth), South of the Resevoir but north of the highway to Kitties Hot Hole. Go north East of the boat ramp to the first road on the right, about 1/4 mile. This is the Estes Cemetery. From the Estes cemetery go East by South East about 1/2 mile from the Estes cemetery.This is the Walton-Gumm plot (Cemetery.)

I believe this is on B.L.M. ground. It is out in the sage brush and has a fence around it. Is not accepting new burials. The condition is fair. Believed to have had a small settlement close at one time. The three graves have fairly new headstones on them.

This list represents only the ones with headstones.There is approximatly 10 graves in this cemetery.

I have transcribed from readings I took when I visited the cemetery and copied all the headstones on Oct 11, 2003.

- Christine M. Storey

Gumm, Mary Jane, b. 1810, d. 5 Jan 1913
Walton, Elizabeth (Kleinfelter), b. ca.1820 PA, d. ca.1900
Walton, William, b. ca.1820 PA., d. ca.1900

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