Frisco, Beaver County, Utah
Lat: 38° 27' 04"N, Lon: 113° 16' 07"W
T27S R12W Section 24
Contributed by John Gossett, Aug 23, 2009, last edited Aug 25, 2009 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 27.
To reach cemetery from the old town of Frisco, drive south from main street for .25miles. Turn right or south onto State Hwy 21 and continue for .2miles and turn right or west onto a small road and continue for .52 miles. The cemetery will be on the right or north side of this road.
Frisco was a mining town in Beaver County, now completely deserted. At one time there were 4000 residents, but when the mine caved in early in the 20th century, the town was abandoned. Some mining activities continue, but not on a large scale and there is no town left and the cemetery is no longer used for burials.
I walked and read this cemetery on Aug 10, 2009. This includes all existing and legible stones and markers.
- John Gossett
Bailie, Samuel, b. May 17, 1866, d. Sep 27, 1894
Barrett, Burton, d. May 10, 1896, age: 3 days
Barrett, George E., b. Apr 8, 1902, d. Apr 22, 1902.
Barrett, Gladys, b. Dec 8, 1897, d. Jan 28, 1899.
Barrett, Henry J., b. Jan 31, 1883, d. Jan 19, 1884, s/o James & Mattie Barrett "The selfsame hand from whence was given Has taken back our babe in heaven"
Baudino, Peter T., Jul 1902, d. May 13, 1918
Foot, Carrie Emma, den 9 de marts 1891, Doed den 9 de juni 1891 at Frisco, UT, d/o CC & Mary Thompson Foot
Hopkins, Roswell W., b. Jul 9, 1852 San Bernardino Cal, d. Jun 5, 1879. "Non omnis moriar"
James, Rachel, b. Dec 17, 1872, d. Mar 6, 1883, d/o Wm. & Ann James "Darling we miss thee"
James, Tommy, b. Jun 2, 1882, d. Apr 12, 1883, s/o T.&A. James, "Whose all of life's a rosy ray, Blushed into dawn & passed away."
Julius, Danielle, no dates
Julius, Fredrick Richard, no dates
Julius, Tatia, no dates
McAulay, Christy Belle, b. Mar 27, 1896, d. Jan 11, 1897, d/o John & Thomascene McAulay
McAulay, Ernest W., b. Aug 27, 1901, d. Aug 29, 1904, s/o A.D. & L. Mcaulay
Norvald, Myrtle C., b. Dec 9, 1899, d. Feb. 10, 1900
O'Dell, Charles K., b. Oct 19, 1841 Poughkeepsie, d. Nov 21, 1898, Frisco UT, "Farewell my wife & children all, From thee a father Christ did call. Mourn not for me (illegible) To call me to your side again"
Osborn, S. Gerald, b. 1906, d. 1906, s/o Frank E. & Edith E. Osborn
Reese, George M., b. Sep 4, 1881 Stockton, d. Aug 12, 1882 Frisco, s/o M.&A. Reese
Roth, Hans, d. Aug 27, 1905, age: 39 years, 29 months, 15 days, also 2 footstones, A.R. and (illegible) R.
Sackett, Clyde Milton, b. Feb. 21, 1909, d. Nov 11, 1915, s/o Frank & Ettie Sackett, "A loved one from us has gone, a voice we loved is stilled, a place is vacant in our home which never can be filled"
Sackett, H. John, b. Jan 29, 1901 Frisco, d. Jul (illegible) 1901, age: 5 mos 8 days, "In memory of H. John, s/o H.B. & Annie Sackett, 'His memory is blessed'"
Sackett, Leroy S., b. Jun 13, 1905, d. Dec 27, 1906. Age 18 mos 14 days, s/o H.B. & Annie Sackett. "How much of light, how much of joy, is bured with our darling boy"
Sackett, Willie, b. Oct 22, 1881, d. Mar 23, 1882, s/o T.N. & P.E. Sackett "Little Willie is gone But not forever we Will have him ever More he has gone to join, The angels on the far and Distant Shore"
Smyth, John A., b. 1824, d. 1882,
Smyth, Susanna L., b. 1826, d. 1882,
Staples, infant, d. Dec 27, 1881, age: 1 yr 4 mos 27 days, "Tis a little grave but oh, have care, For world wide hopes are buried here. How much of light, how much of joy Is buried with my darling boy"
??, Bourke, b. May 11, 1880, d. illegible, (stone broken), surname: _Aron (could be Baron), "Mama's Darling," PB & Mary A. McKeon, (illegible) too good for earth, God called him home," Stone cut by W. Brown, S.L. City
Rehnstrom, ??, 3 graves, none with a name
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present