Alpha Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
In Long Valley, North on Highway 55, turn right onto Alpha Lane, it's at the end of a dirt road.
Bell Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
Also known as Spink Cemetery
In Donnelly, North on Highway 55, turn East onto E. Roseberry, turn North onto Farm to Market, it's about 5 miles on the right and down a dirt road.
Billy Kline Grave
Near Warm Lake, North on Highway 55, At Cascade--turn East onto Warm Lake Road, about 25 miles down on the left, next to Warm Lake Road.
Crown Point Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
In Cascade, North on Highway 55, turn West onto Crown Point Road (next road past the Old State Highway), it's about 3 miles down, on the left.
Finnish Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
In Donnelly, North on Highway 55, turn East onto E. Roseberry, turn North onto Farm to Market, it's about 6 miles on the right.
Holmes Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
In Donnelly, North on Highway 55, turn East onto E. Roseberry, go about 5 miles, it's on the left, follow sign.
Logan Creek Cemetery --
Section 34 or 35, Twp. 21 N, R9E, SW'ly of Big Creek
Two identified graves: Chris Allen, 1850 - 1914, killed at the Sunday Mine
Margaret Cemetery, Cascade -- Inventory & photo links
This is often listed as the Cascade Cemetery
In Cascade, North on Highway 55, turn West onto Old State Highway, turn left onto Patterson, take the first right.
McCall Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
In McCall, North on Highway 55, at first stop light (Denhard Ln) turn left, turn right onto Mission St, it's on the right.
Roosevelt Cemetery photos courtesy of Lori Hunter; Death Notices courtesy of Penny Casey
In Thunder Mountain Mining District:
"Take the trail to the north end of Roosevelt Lake, cross the outlet, and keep going on the trail, a quarter to half a mile. The trail starts to sidehill downward and you can look across Monumental to the other side of the creek but are above it. An overgrown trail takes off at a Y to the right, looks wide enough for a wagon, this leads to the cemetery. If you continue slightly on the trail, you can look to your right (east) and see the plaque at the bottom portion (downhill side) of the cemetery." -- Lori Hunter
The lake resulted from the slow mud slide in 1909 which dammed up Monumental Creek below the almost deserted Roosevelt. Earl Willson, in a pamphlet entitled "The Thunder Mountain Story" published by the state historical society in 1962, wrote that he "viewed the submerged structures of Roosevelt only a short time after the rising waters had reached the eaves, saw a man sitting on a rooftop fishing -- but no photograph to prove it."
Yellow Pine Pioneer Cemetery -- Inventory & photo links
South of Yellow Pine, overlooking Johnson Creek.
Thomas Moore Grave -- Pictures
From Cascade, go South on Highway 55, turn East onto Herrick Lane (towards Herrick reservoir), at dead end--turn left (North) onto Skunk Creek Road,
follow the road past Herrick reservior about 4.5 miles and the grave is on the right by a big tree.
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