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Sokol Lodge Cemetery
Roslyn, Kittitas County, Washington

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Sokol Lodge Cemetery, Roslyn, WA

Memorial Ave.
Roslyn, WA 98922

GPS: 47.22056,-121.00340

by Suzanne Livingstone [livingstoneancestry@gmail.com]
Published October 3, 2019
Total records: 2

Driving Directions 

From main intersection in Roslyn, turn left on Pennsylvania Ave, follow up hill past Roslyn Museum, merging onto 5th Ave.  Follow signs for Roslyn Historic Cemeteries; turn left on Memorial Ave.

Parking available next to information kiosk.  You can park at the kiosk and walk to the cemetery or drive up to the upper section.  The cemetery is located right next to the St. Barbara Cemetery.  There is a small incline without steps.

Cemetery History

Founded by the Sokol Lodge, organized in 1904 to promote athletic skills and patriotism among its members. Czech for "falcon," Sokol has been in the United States since 1865 and attracts Americans of Czech, Slovakian, and Moravian descent. More than one Sokol Lodge formed in Roslyn; it is unclear which one founded the cemetery.


Cemetery is in very good condition and well cared for.  The oldest marked grave was from 1905 and the other from 1918. 

Cemetery Records

Records below were compiled by Suzanne Livingstone in April 2018 during a visit to the cemetery. These are the stones that are visible.  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.  Only two stones were found, however there maybe a few more.

POPOVICH, Ante, b. 8-Sept-1880, d. 13-Aug-1918
VOTICH, Matt, b. 1869, d. 7-Apr-1905

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