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North Baptist Cemetery (Schiewe Cemetery)
Lincoln County, Washington

Lat: 47° 27' 04"N, Lon: 118° 44' 25"W
T23N R32E Section 25

Contributed by Pat Rice, Mar 18, 2000, last edited Apr 18, 2009 [rcrice@centurytel.net]. Total records = 10.

This cemetery is located on Highway 21, about nine miles north of Odessa and easily accessible. It is on the east side of the road and can be seen from the road.

North Baptist Cemetery, also known as Schiewe Cemetery. It is enclosed within a barbed wire fence and is abandoned, full of weeds and very uneven underfoot.

Between the Allmer and Dora Mayer stones there is a fenced site with two pieces of metal that might be markers, but there is no data on them. Just to the west of that are the remanents of two wood fence enclosures, again no markers.

The cemetery was read in Sep and Oct 1999 by Marge Womach and myself.

- Pat Rice

Note: Numerous Schiewe burials are in the Odessa Cemetery.
d/o = daughter of

Allmer, Michael, b. 01-13-1840, d.07-17-1916
Emerson, infant, b. 10-14-1911, d.10-17-1911, no stone, obit in Odessa paper lists burial in Schiewe Cemetery
Goetz, John, b. 10-15-1850, d.08-31-1926, father, shared stone
Goetz, Justina, b. 12-19-1853, d.06-24-1924, mother, shared stone
Koth, Infant, d. 2-08-1914, d/o Joseph
Mayer, Dora, b. 06-15-1825, d.04-20-1901
Mayer, Louisa, b. 02-22-1890, d.12-09-1909, d/o Mr.and Mrs. Jacob Schiewe
Schiewe, Jacob, b. 05-21-1846, d.12-09-1916, lengthy obit in Odessa paper
Schorzman, Karl, b. 09-27-1889, d.02-06-1904, homemade concrete stone
Wahl, Earnest, b. 12-18-1915, d.01-07-1916

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