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Lamona Lutheran Cemetery
Lincoln County, Washington

Lat: 47°20'55"N, Lon: 118°30'29"W
T22N R34E Sec 34

Contributed by Marge Womach, Jun 10, 2003, last edited Jul 03, 2008 [coffee@sisna.com]. Total records = 7.

Traveling west on Highway 28. Just east of mileage marker 104, turn off the highway onto Yarwood Road, cross the railroad tracks and go up the hill. Follow that road until Lamona Cemetery Road, where a mile-long dirt road leads directly to the cemetery gate.

This cemetery is about 1 mile SW of the site where the town of Lomona was years ago. It is in the SE corner of Sec. 34 and abuts the Lamona Community Cemetery.

A warranty deed shows that the Lutheran Cemetery, a 200-foot square, was added to the west side of the community cemetery in 1907. This cemetery is reported to be cared for by the Zion Emanuel Lutheran Church of Odessa

The list belows includes readings from stones as well as data from obituaries and funeral home ledgers and family.

This cemetery was walked in June of 1999 by Pat Rice and myself. It includes all existing headstones.

- Marge Womach

Brueggemeir, Infant, no dates
Brueggemeir, Olga, b. Jan 1913, d. Jun 1913
Gruenhagen, H. C., b. 1/20/1832, d. 9/16/1910, Father, footstone
Gruenhagen, Maria, b. 12/29/1829, d. 5/24/1916, 28 Psalm 6, mother
Harms, Elizabeth, b. 3/7/1858, d. 2/9/1912
Harms, Henry, b. 9/5/1860, d. 2/27/1922
Tanke, Willard, b. 12/19/1903, d. 2/4/1911, s/o Wm & Christine

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