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Onominese Cemetery
Northport, Leelanau County, Michigan

Lat: 45° 07' 21"N, Lon: 85° 39' 58"W
T31N R11W Section 5

Contributed by Julie Witkowski, Dec 17, 2010 [jfwski@hotmail.com]. Total records = 11.

From Northport drive west out of town on 3rd Street merging into Peterson Park Road. After many curves take a left oneo E Seth Road and continue west. After 2.20 miles, turn south onto N Old Farm Road merging into N Carlson Road. After one mile turn right or west onto N Onominese Trail. Hang left and the cemetery will be on your left after 0.71 mile.

This Native American cemetery is on a rural, residential road. Many graves are marked with a simple white cross with no identification. The cemetery appeared to be well maintained as of October 2010.

I walked and read this cemetery on Oct 14, 2010, reading all existing and legible stones and markers.

- Julie Witkowski

Ashkebug, George, b. 1835, d. 1886, Co. K 1st MI S.S.
Bpgoniqwe, Susanna, no dates, (new plaque place by her grandchildren)
Dyer, Jessica Lynn, b. Jan 1, 1982, d. Mar 8, 1982,
Hall, Edward, d. Mar 9, 1936, MI Pvt 105 Inf 27 Div
Hall, Jessie, b. Mar 15, 1892, d. Nov 4, 1979, Wife of Edward
Prickett, Joseph, no dates, Co. L 3rd MI Cav.
Redbird, Thomas, b. Mar 14, 1875, d. Aug 1, 1900, Flag
Wahsaquom, Alexander, b. Sep 22, 1893, d. Oct 25, 1936, MI Pvt 36 Inf 91 Div
Wayashe, Angelina L., d. May 28, 1907, age: 22yr
Wayashe, Daniel L., d. Jun 9, 1902, age: 5mo 22da
Wonegeshik, Joseph, b. Apr 1, 1922, d. Dec 1, 1946, MI PFC Ord Dept WWII

??, no dates, Flag, white cross, no engraving
??, no dates, Flag, civil war veteran, tombstone unreadable
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