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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Burial grounds; Burying-grounds; Churchyards; Graves; Graveyards; Memorial gardens (Cemeteries); Memorial parks (Cemeteries); Memory gardens (Cemeteries); Necropoleis; Necropoles; Necropoli; Necropolises

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Ashland cemetery

 File — Box 40: Series MSS025:04 [Barcode: 35138008116730], Folder: 14
Identifier: MSS025:04.80
Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous handwritten notes regarding the Ashland Cemetery; Ashland Cemetery plot map; Grave markers 1860-1895 JHR and AHR; Find a Grave Memorial website research regarding people buried in the Ashland cemetery, specifically ones passed in the late 19th century

Dates: 1822-2014

Ashland Cemetery Multiple Resource National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property, Ashland, Oregon, Jackson County, 1994

 File — Box 15: Series MSS025:02 [Barcode: 35138008116482], Folder: 04
Identifier: MSS025:02.62
Scope and Contents The nomination forms for the National Register of Historic Places focus on the Ashland Cemetery and Mountain View Cemetery. The Ashland Cemetery and the Mountain View Cemetery were selected for their role in the settlement and development of Ashland. The documents provide a brief history of the area. Supporting materials include images and maps of the cemeteries. Additional materials include newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and correspondence concerning the nomination. Also, an...
Dates: 1994

Ashland Cemetery, Plan-Guidelines, Hargadine Cemetery, Mountain View Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon, 2000

 File — Box 14: Series MSS025:02 [Barcode: 35138008116474], Folder: 04
Identifier: MSS025:02.54
Scope and Contents

The guidelines for preserving the Ashland, Hargadine, and Mountain View cemeteries has been set up by the City of Ashland as guidelines for public visits. These were put into place to preserve the Historic nature, as each is on the National Register of Historic Places. Each cemetery has a unique historical story and pictures of some of the headstones, and the cemeteries are included.

Dates: 2000

Douglas County cemeteries, 2013

 File — Box 40: Series MSS025:04 [Barcode: 35138008116730], Folder: 10
Identifier: MSS025:04.76
Scope and Contents Documentation of a few cemeteries in Douglas county including their condition; Email conversation between Kay Atwood from Paul Ritter regarding the Briggs burial ground, attached are internet searches on various members of the Briggs family, dated January 23rd, 2013; Written documentation of the history of Myrtle Creek; Internet search for John Adams; Internet search for Harriet E. Weaver, Hans Weaver, John Weaver; Grave search results from the internet, members of the Weaver family are...
Dates: 2013

Eastwood Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, Medford, Oregon

 File — Box 15: Series MSS025:02 [Barcode: 35138008116482], Folder: 01
Identifier: MSS025:02.59
Scope and Contents

The records of the graves in Eastwood/IOOF Cemetery in Medford, Oregon, include burials listed by block and lot numbers. The documents cover blocks three through three hundred two. An additional sixty graves added to the list were copied from newspaper obituaries. The information lists names and known birth and death dates. There are no records for blocks one and two.

Dates: 1890-2004

Fernwood pioneer cemetery, Everest Cemetery, Newberg, Oregon, 1993

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS025:02.78
Scope and Contents The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Fernwood Pioneer Cemetery established in 1882 and located near Newburg, Oregon. Four prominent headstones mark the graves of the Brutscher and Everest families. Many of the first generation settlers were laid to rest here between 1882 and 1922. Fernwood Pioneer Cemetery Association acquired the deed to the cemetery in 1967 and continue to care for it. The early period of settlement, post-1880, is linked to the...
Dates: 1993

Hargadine cemetery

 File — Box 40: Series MSS025:04 [Barcode: 35138008116730], Folder: 15
Identifier: MSS025:04.81
Scope and Contents

Notes on photographs for the Hargadine Cemetery; List of people buried in the Hargadine Cemetery, attached are photocopies of photographs of the headstones

Dates: 1822-2014

Hargadine Cemetery, Sheridan and Walnut Streets, Ashland, Oregon, 1997

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS025:02.60
Scope and Contents The nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places describes Hargadine Cemetery as officially established in 1867, in the city limits of Ashland. Many first-generation settlers and pioneers (1867–1910) are laid to rest here. The cemetery initially began as a family burial ground where Robert and Martha Hargadine buried their one-year-old daughter on December 8, 1867. But two weeks later, young Cuyler Farnham was also laid to rest in a nearby grave. These are the first...
Dates: 1997

Hill-Dunn cemetery, 2013

 File — Box 40: Series MSS025:04 [Barcode: 35138008116730], Folder: 13
Identifier: MSS025:04.79
Scope and Contents Handwritten miscellaneous notes regarding the Hill-Dunn cemetery; List of headstones for members of the Hill family; List of miscellaneous headstones in the Hill-Dunn cemetery, dated January 21st, 2013; A list of funerals preached by Rev. Moses Williams from the Jackson County, Oregon History Notes; Description of photos of stones in the Hill-Dunn Cemetery; Handwritten note regarding Frank Fine Gillette; Description of photos in reference to Jane Evens and Martha Evens; Description of...
Dates: 2013

Historic Cemeteries: Where Stones Talk, 1998

 File — Box 26: Series MSS025:03 [Barcode: 35138008116599], Folder: 01
Identifier: MSS025:03.74
Scope and Contents

The item is a lesson plan for elementary school students about the history of local cemeteries in Medford, Oregon. The full title of the work, held in a binder, is "Historic Cemeteries: Where Stones Talk, A Lesson Plan for Third and Fourth Grade Elementary Students."

Dates: 1998