Gravesites of Interest

Click on any of the names below for a short bio on the person and family.

Arron & Mary Hartsock - Olympia - In charge of farming on the Puyallup Indian reservation and coroner for several years.

George Huggins Family - Lacey - Veteran of the Civil War and owner of the Woodland Driving Park in Lacey

Gilmore Hays - Thurston County - 1852 Pioneer, had a Donation Land Claim just east of the Masonic Cemetery

Yantis Family - Olympia - 1852 Pioneers, served in the Territorial Legislature and had the contract to carry mail between Cowlitz Landing and Olympia

Michael T. & Elizabeth Simmons - Tumwater - 1845 Pioneers, established the first permanent American settlement north of the Columbia River

Clanrick & Phebe Crosby - Tumwater - 1850 Pioneers, plated the City of Tumwater and established businesses along the Deschutes River

James McAllister - Nisqually - 1845 Pioneer, Settled in the Nisqually Valley and is the source of the name McAllister Creek and McAllister Springs

Nathaniel Crosby Family - Tumwater - 1850 Pioneers, Owner of the Crosby House

Jacob Smith Family - Lacey - 1851 Pioneers, Settled on Whidbey Island before coming to Chambers Prairie

Biles Family - Tumwater - 1853 Pioneers, associated with the Biles Tannery in Tumwater

Tilley Family - Scatter Creek/Olympia - 1852 Pioneers, lived on Donation Land Claim near Scatter Creek before moving to Olympia

David & Frances Shelton - Shelton - 1852 Pioneers, founded Shelton on Hammersley Inlet

William & Emma Horton - Olympia - California 49er, owned and operated the Washington Water Pipe Manufacturing and Water Company in Tumwater

John B. & Annie Seeley - Olympia - Veteran of the Civil War


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