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Straight Pioneer Cemetery
Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Lat: 45° 22' 22"N, Lon: 122° 35' 04"W

Contributed by Rozalyn Larson, Feb 16, 2004 [tomandroz@msn.com]. Total records = 15.

I-205 South to Exit 10 (Park Place), which merges onto Hwy 213 South. Turn left onto Washington Street. The cemetery sign is on the right side of the street.

The cemetery is enclosed by a white picket fence and is very small. It's surrounded by an industrial company.

The people buried here are the family of Hiram Aldrich Straight. The earliest listed burial was 1871 and the last in 1955. There may be others earlier without a burial marker.

Straight Pioneer Cemetery is owned by Oregon City OR and maintained by the Oregon City Parks Department.

I walked and transcribed this cemetery on Feb 14, 2004. There were 23 marked graves, but not all were identified.

- Rozalyn Larson

Bingham, Jane Straight, no dates listed
Simpson, Ida Straight, d. Apr 21, 1890
Smith, Edward, d. Jul 28, 1872, 2 days old
Stevens, Hattie, b. 1864, d. 1871
Stevens, Samuel Lovejoy, b. 1823, d. 1876
Straight, Cyrus Branson, b. 1838, d. 1916
Straight, George, b. 1846, d. 1932
Straight, Hiram A Jr, b. 1848, d. 1900
Straight, Hiram Aldrich, b. Mar 07, 1814, d. Jan 08, 1897, large white stone
Straight, infant, d. Nov 14, 1878, daughter of Hiram and Ivy
Straight, John, b. 1883, d. 1953
Straight, Lucinda Esther, d. Feb 10, 1891
Straight, Lucy, b. 1826, d. 1860
Straight, Susan Jane, b. Mar 01, 1881, d. Jun 05, 1888, daughter of Hiram and Ivy
Straight, Susan, d. Jun 02, 1888, large white stone

??, , 5 stones, no name listed, Rest in Peace
E.S., marker with initials only
S.S., marker with initials only
H.S., marker with initials only

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