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Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Bluestem, Lincoln County, Washington

Lat: 47° 33' 04"N, Lon: 117° 59' 39"W
T24N R38E NE 1/4 Sec 27

Contributed by Maggie Rail � Jan 06, 2000, last edited Jun 03, 2010 [mrail@asisna.com]. Total records = 11.

This cemetery is found on Telecky Road 4 miles west of Hwy 231 and situated about 6 miles Northwest of Edwall, WA.

There is no name on it so I named it after the property owners. There were very few graves left of the original pioneers who were buried here. If anyone knows of a name I do not have I would be happy to add them if you have proof of burial here.

I spoke with Mrs. Telecky on whose farm it is located. She says the reason for disbanning it was the rock shelf below the soil made it impossible to dig 6 feet for burial. None of the graves are that deep so many were moved to other cemeteries. There are some without head stones, but these still remain.

Earliest death date listed - 1889
Most recent death date listed - 1893

The following is what I found when I visited and read this cemetery on May 26, 1999.

- Maggie Rail

f/o = father of
h/o = husband of
s/w = stone with
w/o = wife of

Board, James, d. 1900?
Clark, W. W., d. 1912
Herman, Dannie, b. Jun 22, 1892, d. Jul 29, 1892, s/w Rosa May & Jessie
Herman, Jessie F., b. Jan 19, 1884, d. Nov 12/1891, s/w & f/o Dannie & Rosa May
Herman, Rosa May, b. Sep 08, 1892, d. Sep 12/1893, s/w Jessie & Dannie
Kishbaugh, Howard, d. 1910?, h/o Mary
Kishbaugh, Mary J., b. 1886, d. 1912, w/o Howard
Robinson, Hariett E., d. Jun 24, 1892, w/o C.F., age: 84yr
Schafer, Emma, d. Sep 24, 1889, age: 8yr, s/w Ella & Fred
Schafer, Ella, d. Dec 23, 1890, age: 2yr 6mo, s/w Fred & Emma
Schafer, Fred E., d. Aug 26, 1889, age: 4yr 6mo, s/w Emma & Ella

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