Leavenworth, Chelan County, Washington
Contributed by Fred Pflugrath, Sep 23, 2000 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 7.
Blewett CemeteryThe cemetery is near Culver Springs, west side of Highway 97 and west of Peshastin Creek. T22N R17E Sec 2 To reach go up Olden Gulch, near Culver Springs, Count 275 feet uphill from the bridge. Then turn right along side a magnificent cedar tree and the grave place is just 50 feet away. Look for a giant fir and lovely big mountain ash. Aug 15, 1966, Wenatchee Daily World. Cemetery was located by Kate Bailey and Roy Wilder, both grew up and attended grade school at the Blewett School. Last update, Mar 24, 2000 Douglas, Thomas 'Tom', b. 1850 Perth, Scotland, d. 18 Mar 1905, hemorage, heir to a Scottish earldom which he lost, arrived in Blewett in the 1890's
Peshastin, Washington 98847
Earnest, Henry, d. 1897, gambler, crushed to death in arrestra
Hall, Tom, d. winter 1906, stroke
Hill, Joseph Thomas "Joey", d. app. 20 Jan 1910, 8 year old boy, diphtheria at Blewett, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall,
Hill, Tom, born in Sweden, d. Nov 1906, age 48, death caused by an explosion of a 5 gallon kerosene can, used as a home made powder magazine. He was attempting to thaw dynamite near Nigger Creek, arrived in Blewett in 1874
Olden, John, born in Sweden, d. ca. 1910, about 80 years old, mining partner of John Hall. One source says he was buried in Leavenworth - no record, arrived in Blewett in 1874
Wilder, Reginald (Reggie), d. 1897, 2 months, brother of Roy Wilder
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