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Mountain View Cemetery
Davenport, Lincoln County, Washington

Lat: 47° 38' 37"N, Lon: 118° 10' 26"W
T25N R37E Sec 20

Contributed by Linda Morgan, Nov 12, 2005 [seatownsadie@hotmail.com]. Total records = 2,612.

To reach cemetery from Hwy 2 in town of Davenport, drive west turning left or south onto Hwy 28, and continue for one mile. Turn west or right onto Detour Road. Cemetery will be on the right/north side of the road.

Mountain View Cemetery is owned and maintained by the city of Davenport. The records of burials are kept at the city offices.

The western part of the cemetery was organized and maintained in the early years by the Lutheran Church. It is now combined with the rest of the cemetery grounds. As best as could be determined there are no lapses in the records.

Names (dates if shown) noted with "r/b" are from the record book of burials kept at the city offices. The information is included as there were a significant number of unmarked burials in the early years of the cemetery.

At the time the records were viewed it was found that some notations of burials were the purchaser. Every effort has been made to exclude those where no burial had taken place.

Melanie Morgan and I walked this cemetery in August of 2000 then added missing records from the city records.

- Linda Morgan


d/o = daughter of
f/o = father of
gf/o = grandfather of
h/o = husband of
m/o = mother of
r/b = record books
s/o = son of
s/w = shared with
w/o = wife of

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