harney map Harney County, Oregon 
Cemeteries
Orgenweb
  
  1. The name field contains the common name and if it has changed names an also known as (aka) name. 
  2. The Location is given by town, Ranch or natural features nearest the cemetery. 
  3. The year given is the year the cemetery was established or death date of oldest burial. 
  4. The next three fields, stand for Township, Range and Section of platt maps. 
This is not presented as a complete list of all the cemeteries in the area.
If you have additions or corrections please contact the county coordinator. Thanks 
  
Name Location Year T R S
Andrews At Andrews
1902
 
 
 
Boat Ford On Embree Bridge Road across East Fork Silvies River 1888
 
 
 
Burns South of Burns on Hwy between Burns & Hines
late 1800s
23S
30E
13
Crane 1 mile West of Crane
1917
 
 
 
Denio At Denio
1907
 
 
 
Drewsey At Drewsey
1893
20S
36E
23
Fields At Fields - 4 graves fenced in back of store
1897
 
 
 
Happy Valley Near Happy Valley Rd. to Diamond- near Otley Ranch
1881
29S
33E
11
Harney On Read Ranch, mouth of Rattlesnake Canyon
1886
22S
32E
24
Holy Family Catholic Church Cemetery-Graves moved to Burns Cemetery in 1936 1855      
Indian New Camp On hill above Indian-Old Camp 1938
 
 
 
Indian Old Camp Left at Dump Office Road 1920
 
 
 
Muller Up-river from Drewsey 12 miles
1866
 
 
 
Narrows Between Narrows and Wrights Point on Frenchglen Hwy 1892
 
25S
31E
27
Riverside On Blaylock Ranch on Malheur River        
Saddle Butte Between Hwy 78 and Saddle Butte Mt. 4 miles E. 1 mile S of Lawen
1890
25S
32E
 
Silver Creek At Riley
1881
23S
26E
5
Silvester Smith 1-1/2 miles from Round Barn on hill near Happy Valley   28S 33E 26
Van Up-river 22 miles from Drewsey
1890
18S
33E
29
Windy Point West end of Windy Point Mt, South of Crane
1917
26S
33E
11
Misc Graves Graves not located in any cemetery        
 
   


See Harney County Misc. Graves to learn more about Nettie McLaughlin
Just wanted to say "Thanks" for your web site. I often remember taking a
day trip with my mother about 30-35 years ago (I'm 40). We lived in Weiser,
Idaho and I know we drove for some hours, visited a bird sanctuary and
various interesting sites. Anyway my parents are long gone now and I've
often wondered just where it was we had gone and wish I could visit the area
again in remembrance of them. The other day I got ahold of some photos
(lost for 23+ years!) taken on that day. One of the photos was of Nettie
McLaughlin's grave. You could read the grave marker in the photo only with
a powerful magnifying glass. A quick search on Google pulled up your
cemetery/miscgrv.txt file, which details exactly how to locate that grave.
Now I know about where my mother and I went decades ago. Might sound stupid
but it's like finding a real treasure to me!

So thanks!

--(Mr.) Shannon Miller
Portland, Oregon

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County Coordinator: Jan Bony