You will find the readings of ALL these cemeteries at: Cemeteries-On-Line Also known as interment.net,
I do not know any more about any of these people. I just walked the cemeteries and recorded the information on the headstones.
In most of these cemeteries, but not all, if they had a headstone, then they should be listed.
Blue Mountain Memorial Garden
Dry Creek Cemetery
Fort Walla Walla Cemetery
Foster Cemetery (aka Lost Cemetery)
Knight Cemetery (aka Pettyjohn Cemetery)
Lyon's Cemetery (aka Mill Creek/Hendrix)
Mount Hope Cemetery
Mountain View Cemetery
Poor Farm Cemetery
Rosehill Cemetery (aka Buroker Cemetery)
Russell Creek Cemetery: see article below
Valley Chapel Cemetery (aka Harer Cemetery)
Valley Grove Cemetery (aka Yeend Cemetery)
Waitsburg City Cemetery
Waitsburg IOOF Cemetery
Whitman Mission Natnl Historic Cemetery
*aka: also known as
Washington State Penitentiary Cemetery 1887 to 1950
1313 N. 13th Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362
Cemetery Information for Walla Walla's two largest active cemeteries:
Blue Mountain Memorial Gardens
Walla Walla, WA 99362
In operation since 1968. Records housed on site; searches by appointment. 509-529-0703
2120 S. 2nd Ave.
Walla Walla, WA 99362, 509-527-4485
In operations since 1860. Records housed on site and available for searches.
** Online Burial Search at this site
U.S. GenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project provides transcriptions of several of the smaller, older cemeteries in this county. Includes: Burbank, Clyde, Dixie, Dry Creek, Fort Walla Walla, Foster, Ivy, Keiser, Knight Lansdale, Lyons Creek, Rosehill, Stubblefield, Touchet, Valley Chapel, Whitman Mission Baby Grave, Whitman Mission Great Grave, Whitman Mission Pioneer Cemetery
The Political Graveyard concentrates on people involved in politics who were born, lived or died in a county.
Washington State Death Index Codes this list may help when you are searching counties.
**Russell Creek Cemetery new information
Four grave marker headstones probably from the old cemetery on Russell Creek were found in the old cemetery at Fort Walla Walla Park early this week by the Fort Park caretaker. Names and other data on the stone are: John Salling, April 17,1874; Mary J. McGuire, June 30, 1825-November 7, 1893; James R. Giles, May 7, 1878, age 4 years, son of J. M. and S. M. Giles and Ulysses Leroy, son of R. P. and E. A. Steen, died March 28, 1869, age 5 years. Sam Maxson, city park and recreation director, remembers having seen some of the names in the old Russell Creek cemetery. "The stones have been stored at Fort Park and will be turned over to anyone with family connections: says Maxson. "I have no knowledge of how the stones came to Fort Park, other than indications point to pranksters." (WWUB Wed., Nov 27 1968, If interested in this information you may call Herb Clark, Walla Walla, 1968.)
This page created for the Walla Walla WAGENWEB and last updated April 2016.