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The Beaver Creek Cemetery index lists individuals interred at the Beaver Creek Cemetery in Twisp, Okanogan County, Washington. See photos. Index information about an individual may include name, birth date, birth place, death date, and names of family members. Index data was compiled by Maggie Rail, a member of the Washington State Cemetery Association who has transcribed over 400 cemeteries since 1993.
Beaver Creek Cemetery is located at Lat: 48° 19' 38"N, Lon: 120° 03' 23"W T33N R22E Section 27. To reach the cemetery from Twisp go south on Hwy 153 about 1.5 mi from the junction of Hwy 20, turn left onto Beaver Creek Road. The cemetery is located on the right at the top of the hill. The sign as you enter says "Beaver Creek Cemetery Memorial Garden.” It is owned and maintained by the Okanogan Cemetery District #2.
There are 1,328 individuals listed in this index.
This index is in English.
This index is open for research.
Abbreviations used in this index:
MG = Memorial Garden
Old A = Old Cemetery A
Old B = Old Cemetery B
s/w = stone with
L = Lot
B = Block
G = Grave
Transcribed and compiled by Maggie Rail 2000, last edited Aug 18, 2010.
“This cemetery consists of several pieces of donated land comprised of several old cemeteries combined into one larger cemetery. No date of beginning, and many burial spots have no marker and no recorded name of who is buried there. It is now platted and all known burial plots have been identified.”
“This cemetery consists of several pieces of donated land, comprised of several old cemeteries combined into one larger cemetery, one being the old Silver Cemetery. No date of beginning, and many burial spots have no marker and no recorded name of who is buried there. It is now platted and all known burial plots have been identified.”
“A very difficult cemetery to read, the terrain is uneven making it difficult to remember where you have been. The newer sections have been platted with better planning that the older sections. When it is from one of the older sections, a note is made of that in the location.”
“Matt Morris and I walked and read this cemetery on Apr 06, 2000. I transcribed from these readings after which I compared our work with the Okanogan County Cemetery Records pub. in 1991 by OGS. Since that time I have acquired the sexton files, so this is a complete revision of that previous reading. Information is added from the sexton files without saying which is changed. I usually try not to change what the marker says, but with this update, I have added to the reading, without making a notation, when it seemed appropriate.”
“I still do have more information but tried to stay with what the marker usually has. This still may not be all the names. The early burials sometimes were not identified properly if at all. It has been a continuing project for the Cemetery Association to find all of those buried here.”
“If an individual had more than one marker, I combined the information into one reading. Usually it is because of a military stone added some time later. I used my digital camera for part of the reading of this cemetery in 2000.”
Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], Beaver Creek Cemetery Index, 1894-2006, Office of Secretary of State, Washington State Archives, Digital Archives, http://digitalarchives.wa.gov, [date accessed].
Source: Index and transcription notes donated to the Washington Historical Records Project by Maggie Rail, August 2009.
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