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Hillcrest Burial Park
Kent, King County, Washington

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Hillcrest Burial Park, Kent, WA

GPS: 47.371058, -122.217959
T22N R5E Sec. 30

1005 Reiten Road
Kent, WA 98031
(253) 852-1322

Submitted by Suzanne Livingstone March 2, 2020.
Total records: 17,347

Hillcrest Burial Park is located on the East Hill of Kent.

Driving Directions

From Highway 167, exit on Highway 516 (Kent-Kangley Rd) and head East 3.6miles. Turn Left onto Central Ave S/Hwy 516 for 0.1 miles. Take 1st right onto Titus St 0.3 miles. Turn right at light onto Reiten Rd and follow for 1 mile. Reiten Rd takes a sharp left at cemetery.


This is a very large cemetery that has annual interments of 300 on average. It is fenced in and the gates are unlocked during specific times. It is a very nicely kept cemetery. There were some stones that weren’t legible or I was unable to translate. There are a large number of simple cement block stones that only have the last name with a first initial - these are temporary stones usually. There is a section with a first and last name but without dates and these were either older temporary stones or possibly a pauper section of the cemetery.

The earliest burial was for 1873.

Cemetery Records

Records linked below were transcribed from tombstone inscriptions by Suzanne Livingstone during numerous visits to the cemetery, the latest being in February 2020.

EE - Records marked with an "EE" are in Eastern European Cyrillic and were translated by Suzanne to the best of her ability.

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