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Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Scott Cemetery)
Elgin, Union County, Oregon

Lat: 45° 39' 26"N, Lon: 117° 47' 20"W
T?S R40E Sec 15

Contributed by Rella Gleaton, Oct 30, 2006 [rella@ultraplix.com]. Total records = 17.

Traveling North from Elgin on Highway 82, turn left onto Yarrington Road and continue for 4.9 miles. The cemetery is on the left side of the road. Turn west onto the lane to the cemetery, which is just before and runs beside the old abandoned (Baptist) church. It is right behind and to the left of the church.

This cemetery is fenced with barbed wire and has large pine trees and bushes are within. It is over grown with weeds and the headstones were hard to locate. There are several others buried here, but the funeral home markers and the temporary markers were deteriorated and unreadable.

Jim Gleaton and I walked and recorded all existing and legible stones ane markers on Jul 06, 2006.

- Rella Gleaton

Birchfield, William, b. 1845, d. 1923
Carlton, Oties C., b/d May 23 1908
Carlton, Willis E., b. 1871, d. 1945
Head, Harrit L., b. 1833, d. 1917
Murphy, Susannah, b. 1837, d. 1924
Scott, Dora, b/d. Apr 26, 1913, d/o Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott
Scott, Edward Everett, b. Mar 10, 1906, d. 1906 Mar 14
Scott, John B., b. 1871, d. 1948, s/w Lucy P.
Scott, Johnny Ray, b. May 31, 1868, d. 1869 Oct 09, s/o Albert and Kay
Scott, Joseph, b. 1856, d. 1932, Father, s/w Sarah E.
Scott, Lucy P., b. 1876, d. 1947, s/w John B.
Scott, Ronald William, b. Mar 10, 1947, d. 1952 Mar 29
Scott, Ruth Marie, b. May 30, 1935, d. 1935 Jun
Scott, Sarah E., b. 1850, d. 1934, Mother, s/w Joseph
Scott, Thomas Lee, b. Jun 08, 1927, d. 1927 Jul 17
Wheeler, Charlotte, b. 1856, d. 1934, s/w Milton
Wheeler, Milton, b. 1836, d. 1920, s/w Charlotte

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