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The Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery was dedicated by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in 1891. It was the primary cemetery for the Coos Bay-North Bend area until about 1920. Marshfield High School students and interested community members have volunteered countless hours to improve the condition of the Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery. They have also recorded transcriptions, obtained obituaries, and compiled a significant amount of reference material. For additional information or to make corrections please contact us. You may check the updated list on our website for a list of burials that also indicates whether a headstone exists and if we have an obituary available. We continue to gather information and are most grateful to family members or other researchers that share additional information with us. We, in turn, are happy to share the information we have available.|
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|Emery Metzler||re: Ella WOODSIDE grave photo|
Thank you very much.
|Louise||Peter Houck Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Peter Houck's marker. I appreciate it.
Added by Louise on Aug 01, 2013 5:57 AM
I have found the following three relatives
on your cemetery list and would like to request their obits.
COLEMAN, Brice (Brison) Died April 16, 1916
COLEMAN, Ella W. Died April 12, 1908
COLEMAN, Laura W. Row K, Blk 90, Plot 16
Brice Coleman was my 2nd gr. grand uncle who fought in the Civil war. Brice (Brison) joined The Tennessee Volunteers with his half brother, Joseph Jesse Chumney. They were both captured the same day and were sent to the Andersonville Military Prison. Joseph Jesse Chumney died there and is buried in the Andersonville National Cemetery, Sumter Co., GA. Plot 230. fINDAGRAVE #8858414
aw- sorry to hear that there is no marker but not really a surprise.
Thank you for checking.
Added by donna on Jan 30, 2013 12:10 PM
|Vonda ||Memorial# 74206566 -|
Thank you very much for the great photos of this headstone. Especially including one with the two broken pieces together. It is very much appreciatd.
Added by Vonda on Oct 10, 2012 12:49 PM
|Bill Krebs||Ephraim Nye|
Thank you. Iy's a great pic.
|Christina Spence||RE: J. G. Jumper photo|
Thanks for letting me know before I headed up to the cemetery. I'll make sure to pass the info along to the person who requested the photo.
George R Woodruff IS buried in Philomath, Oregon. He was born 1867, 20 years after the Goerge Woodruff in Coos County was born. I have proof of his death from his father's military pension records and his tombstone. These are definitely two different Woodruff men.
Thank you for your research and contributions to findagrave.com. This is an amazing site and is extremely helpful with family research.
|Joyce Chalmers||RE: Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery|
I have several pictures I took in May that Im slowly working on adding. So far Im not family to any of them, but I've lived in the area all my life and graduated from Marshfield. I started taking pictures of headstones over a year ago and really enjoy the history you can learn from it.
|Audrey||Thank you very much|
Thanks for the photo of James Kenneth Arnold's headstone, I believe all people should be remembered. He may be a relative, or not, but he needed to be remembered. thank you again, Audrey
I have many Arnold family members in Oregon cemeteries.
Added by Audrey on Jul 20, 2011 11:42 AM
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