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Ammaus Cemetery
Batum, Adams County, Washington

Lat: 47° 14' 45"N, Lon: 118° 52' 28"W
T19N R33E Section 1

Contributed by Michelle Plumb, Feb 18, 2011, last edited Feb 23, 2011 [michellep@co.adams.wa.us]. Total records = 23.

To reach this cemetery from Ritzville, head north on Marcellus Road for 9 miles to Davis Road. Left (west) on Davis Road for 23 miles until Deal Road. Left (south) on Deal for 1 mile. Cemetery is on east side of Deal at Deal & Arlt intersection.

This is a very old cemetery, with not much available history. On maps it is called the Ammaus cemetery, but some today list it as Emmaus Cemetery, which sounds like it could have been a church cemetery at one time.

I completed this transcription of all existing and legible stones and markers in June of 2010.

- Michelle Plumb

Borgens, Carl, b. 1862, d. 3/30/1905
Graedel, Emma Clara, b. 10/12/1895, d. 11/25/1907
Hoff, John, b. 1901, d. 1919
Hoff, Reuben, b. 1907, d. 1913
Horst, Anna Marie, b. 6/1/1897, d. 10/11/1906
Horst, Henry, d. 6/23/1890
Horst, Jacob, b. 10/13/1886, d. 12/18/1903
Horst, Louise, b. 4/16/1893, d. 1/1/1904
Iltz, Elizabeth, b. 12/26/1922, d. 1/30/1923
Kiehn, Alvin, d. 5/10/1927
Kiehn, Anna Marie, b. 1869, d. 1930
Kiehn, Conrad, b. 1/26/1896, d. 1/3/1912, son of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad
Kissler, Anna Marie, b. 1883, d. 1919
Ricther, Heinrich, b. 3/12/1857, d. 10/29/1916
Schafer, George, b. 10/23/1903, d. 9/21/1905, Children of Mr. & Mrs. George
Schafer, Johannes, b. 9/24/1905, d. 10/2/1905, Children of Mr. & Mrs. George
Schmidt, Alexander, b. 1894, d. 1911, Brother
Schmidt, John Peter, b. 1848, d. 1920, Father
Schmidt, Mary Christina, b. 1850, d. 1912, Mother
Swartz, Adam, b. 1852, d. 1914
Swartz, Elizabeth, b. 1851, d. 1923
Walter, John, d. 1/5/1919, son of John & Mollie
Wolsborn, Jacob, b. 3/30/1853, d. 1/26/1916

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