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F.O E. 1631 Cemetery
Raymond, Pacific County, Washington

Contributed by T Sheldon, Aug 23, 2000 [tsheldon@tss.net ]. Total records = 18.

Fraternal Order of Eagles 1631 Cemetery
Transcribed by T Sheldon, proofread by Gavin Vincent and completed this 12th day of May, 2000.

Location: Immediately North of the Riverside Cemetery in Raymond, on Washington Cemetery Road. T14N R8W Sec 17

This cemetery was incorporated April 6, 1912. The trustees named were James LONG and O.R. PEDERSON. Today this small cemetery is under tall evergreens, unkempt, and overgrown vines have hidden the fence. Many plots in the back are unnamed, the whole cemetery has been occupied at one time. Because the Eagles club no longer exists in the area, no one seems to know where any of the records are.

CENTONOVICH, Reda, b. 1890, d.1945
CENTONOVICH, Sam, b. 1871, d.1951
DARLING, Charles, d. 27 May 1914, age 54y, F.O.E.1631, other sources show d. pneumonia following fighting a forest fire, Oddfellow, had one cousin in CA
DAVID, Clarence G., d. 22 Feb 1908, age 28y
GARTH, ?, d. 10 Oct 1927
GELCIS, Alexander, d. 23 Feb 1913, age 7y
HENDRICK, Kenneth, b. 20 Sep 1908, d.2 May 1909, s/o HW and Bertha HENDRICK
MAY, Jessie A., b. 1878, d. 1929
MAY, John W., b. 1846, d.1929
MAY, Mary Ann, b. 1849, d.1938
O'GRADY, Joseph P., d. 25 Sep 1926, "Pvt MN Coast Arty Corps, other sources show d. drowning near Old Willapa, found by Mark WHITCOMB
REIMER, Charles, unreadable post
SODAWASSER, Paul, d. 12 May 1923, age 45y
UNKNOWN, 7 broken funeral markers/stones
UNKNOWN, Scotty, no dates
WALLBAUM, Leon A., d. 3 Jan 1911, age 12y
WALLBAUM, Semon H., d. 13 Sep 1912, age 17y12d, s/o GA and IH WALLBAUM
WALLBAUM, Semon, d. 26 Jan??, age 44y

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