Cemeteries of Lewis County | Toledo

Lone Hill Cemetery (AKA Layton Prairie Cemetery); near Toledo, overlooking the Cowlitz River; Lewis County Cemetery Dist. #5; Toledo, WA; established 1889; 1st recorded burial 1850; Lone Hill 24 June 1949.
Roberts Cemetery (AKA Howe Cemetery/Cowlitz Prairie Cemetery); Toledo, WA, Howe Road east on Cowlitz Prairie, turn by Cowlitz Mission Church, come to four crossroads, turn left-A frame house on left, look down over hill, see white ribbon; created 1870 by great grandfather of Donald Roberts Sr.
St. Francis Mission (AKA Cowlitz Mission/aka St. Francis Mission Calvary Cemetery); Toledo, WA; oldest in state 1845, dedicated 30 June 1899.
Cemetery Records Online
Toledo Cemetery Lewis County Cemetery Dist. #7; 5th street next to Fir Lawn Funeral Home, Toledo, WA; created 9 January 1888, 2nd addition 1931. Toledo Cemetery A-L | Toledo Cemetery M-Z


St. Francis MissionSpecial Note: Some cemeteries have more than one name, so please be sure to check under all possible names. We have tried to cross-reference these ones by adding A.K.A. (also known as).

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Washington State USGenWeb Project

In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.

At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. The Washington Gen Web Project is part of the USGenWeb Project, an extension of the KY Gen Web Project.

The County Coordinator for Lewis County is Jenny Tenlen