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Blue Mountain Memorial Gardens
Walla Walla County, Washington

Lat: 46°02.51N, Lon: 118°22.14W
Sec 31 T7N R36E

From Highway 12 exit to 2nd Street. Turn right onto Main Street, left at 9th Street, right onto Dalles Military Road and right on Myra Road proceeding about 1/4 mile to the entrance on the West side of the road. It is across from the Fort Walla Walla Museum Complex.

Contributed by Rella Gleaton Aug 14, 2001 [rella@ultraplix.com]. Total records = 2,591.

Blue Mountain Memorial Gardens in Walla Walla County is a privately owned cemetery established in 1959.

It is divided into "gardens" as listed here:
Key: GS-Garden of the Good Shepherd LS-Garden of the Lord's Supper
GSBL-Garden of the Good Shepherd Babyland
LSB-Garden of the Lord's Supper Babyland
Peac or Pc-Garden of Peace
GSUG-Good Shepherd Urn Garden w/ashes below
PcN-Garden of Peace Niche w/ashes below DD-Double Depth
GSN-Garden of the Good Shepherd Niche
Rememb-Remembrance Garden

The Cemetery graciously provided their roster to help us. If there was no headstone we have provided the interment date from the cemetery records which are listed with an "I" proceeding the date. From the records I have also noted the Veterans where there was no information on the headstones. Many headstones here also list the name and the birthdate of a spouse who is still living. Information in parenthesis were on the roster but not on the headstone.

Walked and read by Rella and Jim Gleaton and Sheryl and Cameron Wilkinson in the summer and fall of 2000. Transcribed by Rella Gleaton on April 17, 2001.

KEY: d/o-daughter of s/o-son of p/o-parents of moth-mother daug-daughter bro-brother GrM-great grandmother s/w-stone shared with GrF-great grandfather fath-father m/married M.M.-Metal marker ILM-In Loving Memory

- Rella Gleaton

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