These Wahkiakum County Cemeteries were visited during May of 1997 in preparation for Memorial Day. Each Person's Name, Date of Birth, Date of Death and other information was copied from his/her stone. There are unmarked graves, some that are just marked by the funeral home, but every attempt was made to be as accurate as possible given the conditions of markers.

Clicking on the cemetery name will load a text file into your browser with data from the selected cemetery. Use the FIND function of your browser to quickly see IF the surname that is of interest is available.

Deep River Cemetery

The Deep River cemetery was established in 1885 through land donated by Henry Denson. Location: T10N R8W Section 8

Eden Valley Cemetery

This remote cemetery was established in 1885. Driving Directions: From Highway 4 turn left onto the Altoona/Pillar Point Road, drive about 3.5 miles & turn left onto the Eden Valley Road. Cemetery is about 2.5 Miles and is on the Left side of the road and is easily visible.

Fernhill Cemetery

Access - 1.5 miles west of Skamokawa on Hwy 4 to Engalls Road. Follow Engalls Road to the Fern Hill Cemetery sign, turn right go to end of the road.

Grays River Grange Cemetery

Watch for Road sign for Grays River Cemetery on the West side of town - cemetery is at the end of the road with parking available. The Grange Sexton is responsible for the property.

Greenwood Cemetery

The largest Wahkikum Cemeter is located in Cathlamet Washington. Access is via Greenwood Road off Highway 4.

Pioneer Cemetery

Located in Cathlamet Washington. It was established in 1846 as the final resting place for Wahkiakum County Pioneers.  Access is via the Grade School Parking Lot.

The 1850 LEWIS COUNTY, OREGON TERRITORY FEDERAL CENSUS - covers what is now Wahkiakum County.

Rosburg Cemetery

Also at Interment.com

Also at Ron Kimmel's web site

Located on the south side of Highway 4 in Rosburg.

Seal River Cemetery

Also at Ron Kimmel's web site

About a mile west of Rosburg - just beyond a yellow house there is a small road sign for the Seal River Cemetery. The road ends at the cemetery. Some of the older graves are not accessible because of bramble overgrowth, but most of the site is well maintained.

The Society for Computerised Genealogy in Finland

The Society has created a web page showing this information for EDEN VALLEY CEMETERY, GRAY'S RIVER CEMETERY, ROSBUGG CEMETERY, and SEAL RIVER CEMETERY. For those of Finnish Ancestry additional cemeteries across the country will be added as the information becomes available.

Washington Tombstone Project


Wahkiakum County Coordinator is Kari Kandoll

Back to Wahkiakum County