Jean, Douglas County, Washington
Jean, WA 98830
T27N R26E Sec 24
Lat: 47°49'46"N, Lon: 119°29'25"W
Contributed by Fred Pflugrath, Sep 23, 2000, last edited Oct 25, 2004 [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Total records = 8.
Located 6 miles East of Mansfield High School on Highway 127. Turn North
on "K" NE (a.k.a. 6 Mile Road). After one mile, turn East on a primitive
road "15 NE". After one mile you come to the intersection of 15 NE and
"L" NE. The cemetery is in the SW, an area of at least 4 acres - sagebrush.
The stones of the graves are spread out all over. Don't know if there
are any records of unmarked graves.
From the appearance, I doubt if anyone had been there in sometime.
The sagebrush in some areas is at least 4 feet tall. I am sure I missed
some grave stones and did have the feeling that there were unmarked
graves. Asking in Mansfield, no one knew who had the cemetery records
- if there ever was any.
Most of the above have obits on file at the WAGS library in Wenatchee.
I finished walking this cemetery on Jun 24, 1998. Any misspelling and
wrong dates, please let me know. Thanks.
- Fred Pflugrath
Bailey, Winnefred Mary, b. 18 May 1884, d. 2 May 1909,
wife of Thomas, in God we Trust
Baltz, Gertrude M, b. 1914, d. 1914, sister
Brimble, Elmer B, b. 31 Jul 1880, d. 28 Jul 1906, son of David
& Mary A.25 yrs, 11 mos, 28 days"Sleep on Dear Son and take your Rest,
God called you home, He thought the best
Gross, Benjamin Franklin, b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 24 Oct 1909, son
of Jesse A & Margarett V, To Join the Angel Band
McCue, John, b. 1836, d. 1906
McCue, Valentine, d. 1906
Nugent, James, d. 6 Sep 1908 Paradise, Wa, s/o Mr & Mrs Charles Nugent, 2 year old
Svendssaard, Adolph Richard, b. 9 Jun 1906, d. 22 Aug 1906
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