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Transcribed by Sabra Sudberry and Arnold Gann, l998
Located on land belonging to Champion Paper Co. off the old Military Rd. in Beaverton. The Native Americans started this cemetery and are buried at the edge of it. There are only three stones left in the cemetery, but a number of families had markers that were destroyed by the timber company. Those families are: Lockhart, Pugh, White, Gann, Aldridge, Isbell, Crew, Kimbell, and Gibbs. Those markers left are:
Artissima Pugh, died Feb. 5, l891 and Isaiah Pugh, died Sep. 7, l891 (these are on the same marker); B.M. Pugh, born Jun 8, l880-Aug. 6, l880; William B. White born Apr. 3, l8l9-Apr. 3, 1856.
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