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Peach Cemetery (Lincoln Cemetery)
Lincoln County, Washington

Lat: 47° 49' 49"N, Lon: 118° 25' 03"W
T27N R35E Sec 20

Contributed by Rella Gleaton Apr 24, 2001, last updated Jan 25, 2003 [rella@ultraplix.com]. Total records = 54.

Also called "The Lincoln Cemetery". Peach Cemetery was said to be formerly in Sec.22-23 Twp 27N Range 35 EWM and was located on page 157 of the 19ll Atlas. It was moved to make room for the back- water of Grand Coulee Dam which is now Lake Roosevelt although at present we can find no records of who actually was moved from the "Old Peach" to the present one

The present day Peach is in S20 T27N R35E about 1/4 mile South of the defunct Lincoln Mill at Lincoln, it is about an acre in size and fenced. Two previous rosters were made in 1968 and 1974 and some headstones were read then that are no longer there. The notes in parenthesis are mine. The earliest headstone is 1892 and the last is 1953. There are a number of unknown and unmarked graves.

The names listed with an asterisk (*) were graves moved from the W.L.Brannon Cemetery, now under water, and put in the M.Brannon Lot. Brannon information from the Spokane Library Records, NW Room. The Hill, Uribe and other families were buried here orignally, the earliest being 1903. I have verified this by a living relative, now 90 years old, who attended the burials. The Grand Coulee Dam project began in the 1930s.

This pioneer cemetery has been "adopted" by a group of local residents who have installed a new flagpole, mow the weeds and clean the cemetery annually. Walked and read by Rella & Jim Gleaton on May 18, 1999. Submitted by Rella Gleaton on Apr 17, 2001.

- Rella Gleaton

Anderson, Hans, d. Dec 01, 1905, Catarina, his wife, is buried at Davenport, per family
Balcom, Henry, b. 1912, d. 1933
Balcom, John W., b. 1883, d. 1905
Brannon, Almira, b. 1836, d. 1922 * (Moved to Creston)
Brannon, Dora J., b. 1883, d. 1959 *
Brannon, Esther Irene, b. Apr 25, d. Sep 25, 1899 *
Brannon, Lloyd V., d. Dec 22, 1896, Aged 8m 11d, s/o J.G. & N.L.Brannon *
Brannon, Luretta, b. 1876, d. 1904, w/o W.L. Brannon
Brannon, Marcus E., b. 1873, d. 1947 * (Moved to Creston)
Brannon, Thomas, b. 1830-1894, h/o Almira * (Moved to Creston)
Denney, William H., b. Oct 1836, d. Dec 1922
Emerson, Guy B., b. 1895, d. 1931
Ensley, Abram, d. Mar 26, 1902 Aged 69y 1m 15d, "In Loving Memory", "Another link in our household is broken, but a chain is forming in a better land"
Fisher, Baby, No dates ,(Baby of Mrs Maude, moved from Brannon Cem) *
Gabbert, George, b. 1860, d. 1914 ,(h/o Minnie)
Gabbert, Minnie, b. 1866, d. 1953, (w/o George)
Hill, Alice E., b. 1858, d. 1924, (w/o John R.)
Hill, Charlie, b. Feb 01, 1890, d. Jan 15, 1904 Son of J.R. & A.E. Hill, "No pains,no griefs, no anxious fear, Can reach our loved one sleeping here"
Hill, Frederick, b. 1917, d. 1919, (s/o Homer & Maggie Hill)
Hill, John R., b. 1855, d. 1922, (h/o Alice E.)
Jump, Phyllis A., d. Oct 10, 1924, Our Baby
Jump, William, d. Sep 24, 1929, Our Baby
Kirby, Clarence D, b. Jan 17, 1898, d. Nov 15, 1902, s/o J.M. & L.M. Kirby, "At rest"
Layson, Howard Ivan, b. Aug 21, 1901, d. Aug 27, 1902, (Headstone not found)
Layson, Martha B., d. Aug 16, 1902 @32y 4m 3d, w/o Samuel Layson
Layson, Mary A., b. 1892, d. 1910, d/o of S.L.Layson
Layson, Mary E., b. Jul 21, 1832, d. Nov 21, 1904, Aged 72y 4m
Layson, S. L., (Headstone not found)
Lynn, E. T., b. Jul 28, 1857, d. Nov 11, 1909 "Beloved one Farewell", "Here rests a woodman of the world"
Lynn, Harry G., b. Aug 25, 1902, d. Oct 07, 1902, s/o J.E. & L.A. Lynn
Lynn, Joseph M., b. 1881, d. 1931
Lynn, Mary A., b. 1845, d. 1930, Mother
Lynn, William, b. 1831, d. 1909, Father
Messenger, Charles, No Dates, (Moved from Brannon Cemetery) *
Pugh, Fields L., b. 1852, d. 1921, Father
Pugh, Mary C., b. 1855, d. 1932, Mother
Pugh, Nora, b. Mar 06, 1883, d. Oct 02, 1912, w/o Charles B., "Rest Mother rest in quiet sleep, while friends in sorrow oe'r thee weep"
Richardson, Laura E., b. 1874, d. 1911, w/o J.E. Richardson, "Gone but not forgotten"
Scott, Marvin W., b. May 13, 1904, d. Aug 28, 1904, s/o W.Ward & Nettie L.
Shock, Ann Balcom, b. 1906, d. (Jan 30)1927
Timm, A. L., d. Aug 1894, (Moved from W.H. Balcom Cemetery)
Timm, Beatrice, d. Dec 20, 1903 (Headstone not found)
Timm, Thomasa Q., b. 1867, d. 1903, (nee Uribe), "I've gone to be with Jesus, my labors are all oe'r., Oh dear one come and meet me here on this peaceful shore"
Tucker, Beulah Belle, b. Dec11, 1880, d. Mar 01, 1913
Tucker, Dixie Lee, b. Feb 12, 1913, d. Sep 23, 1913
Uribe, Alice May, b. Dec 31, 1901, d. May 19, 1905, (d/o Roque & Nell)
Uribe, Charles, d. Apr 22, 1908, Son
Uribe, Timothy, b. 1882, d. 1918, Father
Waters, Twins, No dates, c/o Joe & Emma (Moved from Brannon Cem)
Yeaman, Malcolm C., b. Sep 30, 1878, d. Mar 21, 1906
Young, Edna, no dates, (Moved from Brannon Cemetery to the Young lot) *
Young, Emma Gertrude, d. Aug 1, 1899, @3y 10m 15d, d/o George B & Emma
Young, George D., b. 1858, d. 1903, F of A
Young, Merritt A., b. Aug 25, 1899, d. May 22, 1903, "In heaven with Papa and Sister"

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