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Old German Brethren Baptist Church Cemetery
Ellensburg, Kittitas County, Washington

old german brethren baptist church cemetery ellensburg, washington

230 Tozer Rd
Ellensburg, WA 98926

GPS: 46.927971, -120.474819

by Suzanne Livingstone [livingstoneancestry@gmail.com]
Published October 6, 2019
Total records: 9

Driving Directions 

The cemetery is set up a few miles outside Ellensburg up on a hill.  Take I-82 from Ellensburg uphill 2.2 miles.  Take exit 3 WA-821 S/Thrall Rd.  Follow for 0.3 miles to Thrall Rd and turn left.  Follow Thrall Rd 1.4 miles to Church, turn right on Tozer Rd.


Cemetery is in very good condition and well cared for.  This is a very small cemetery set behind/side the church.   The oldest marked grave was from 2001 and the cemetery is still actively used.

Cemetery Records

Records below were compiled by Suzanne Livingstone in May 5, 2018 during a visit to the cemetery. These are the stones that are visible.  It is possible there may be other stones, some of which are no longer visible, either under grass or very weathered to where they are non legible.

BOONE, Edna E, b. 22-Jan-1921, d. 22-Jun-2006, "w/o Aretas, married August 3, 1940"
BOONE, Aretas C, b. 9-Dec-1919, d. 16-Aug-2008, "h/o Edna, married August 3, 1940"
BOONE, Tamera Lee Ann, b. 1-Jul-1963, d. 9-Mar-2006
GRAYBILL, Rael Lyn, d. 9-Apr-2011, "baby girl"
HINKLE, Fred, b. 23-May-1923, d. 25-Oct-2012, "US Air Force WWII"
LONG, Heather, b. 1969, d. 2017
TESLO, Joseph Paul, b. 3-Oct-2003, d. 3-Jun-2008
WILCOX, Shawndra Lorraine, b. 30-Mar-1984, d. 25-Jul-2001
WRAY, Sheridan Faith, b. 30-Sep-2003, d. 3-Sep-2006

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