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    For the old towns and cities of Columbia County.
    Data provided by Pat Higley, Columbia Co. Volunteer
    Source: Columbia County Historical Soc. Lorainne Harting Pres. the research was done in 1978 and does not contain the latest data to date. check with the local city hall or county courthouse for updated data

    Table of Contents

    Bundy Hollow Covello City of Dayton Highland Huntsville Marengo
    Pioneer Cem. Smith Hollow Starbuck Turner

    Smith Hollow Cemetery

    This cemetery had many wooden markers which were all destroyed by fire.
    Travel east on Highway 12 toward Spokane. One mile from Dayton City limits turn left onto Whetstone road keeping to the right to the Smith Hollow road. At the Smith Hollow road sign turn right onto gravel road and follow to the old Smith Hollow School. Just before you get there you will approach a "Y". Take the road to the left (sign says Starbuck). Across from the school on the right hand side of the road is the cemetery. The only markers left are located upon the hill by a large locust tree.

    CRAWFORD, Jane M. 1891 - 1940
    GOODWIN, Hannah 1862-1890
    GOODWIN, Emlie 1874 - 1875
    GOODWIN, Dora 1878 - 1878
    GOODWIN, Anthony W. 1874 - 1882

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