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Linkville Cemetery
Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon

Lat: 42° 14' 00"N, Lon: 121° 46' 50"W

Owned and maintained by the City of Klamath Falls.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 110.

Contributor's Index:

Agee, Martha Margaret 'Maggie', b. 12 Sep 1885, d. 11 Jun 1935, bur 13 Jun 1935, w/o #2 Ray E. Agee, #1 Harry A. Turner, d/o William Henry and Priscilla (Thornton) Kernan, Block 21 plot 9 Lot 8 , [RT]
Agee, Ray E., b. 8 Dec 1881, d. 23 Dec 1947, bur. 27 Dec 1947, s/o John and Mary (Thornton) Agee, Block 21 Plot 9 lot 17, [RT]
Bird, Lawrence Lyle, b. 1901, d. 1934, Grave location: 19-8-18, [JA]
Brown, Levi T., b. 1856, d. 1929, "Father", M.W.A., [RB]
De Lap, Atta (Griffith), b. 1889 d 15 Aug 1941, d/o John Benjamin and Mary E. (Spencer) Griffith, w/o Charles Floyd De Lap, Block 20 Plot 8 Lot 14, [RT]
De Lap, Charles Floyd, b. 20 Oct 1887, d. 13 Sep 1965, bur 16 Sep 1965, s/o Charles Ransom and Martha Octavia (Farrar) De Lap, h/o Atta (Griffith) De Lap, Block 18 Plot 10 Lot 4 'BPOE', [RT]
De Lap, Harry Glenn, b. 5 Mar 1916 d 27 Jan 1921, drowned, s/o Charles Floyd and Atta (Griffith) De Lap, Block 16 Plot 3 Lot 1, [RT]
Fisher, Dr. Charles V., b. 1870, d. 1923, 'Father', [CW]
Griffith, Dean Clyde, b. abt 1918, d. 21 Jun 1921, Drowned, s/o Clyde and Madeline (West) Griffith, (next to Harry Glenn De Lap), [RT]
Howard, Ellen M. "Nellie", b. 19 Oct 1854, d. 28 Apr 1942, bur. 30 Apr 1942, wife of H. C. Howard, [VB]
Weaver, Constance M. (Fisher), b. Jan 30, 1903, d. Apr 05, 1965, dau/of Dr. Charles V. Fisher and Flora Chesney, bur. by her father, [CW]

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