Tribal No. 184 Cemetery
Ferry County, Washington
Map # 9
T29N R33E Sec 31
Transcribed by Maggie Rail, © 2000 [email@example.com].
Total records = 9.
Transcribed from "Columbia River Cemeteries", a record of individuals
moved from the banks of the Columbia River to make way for the rising
flood waters of Lake Roosevelt, published in the 1976 book, "Stevens County
Tombstone Inscriptions" by EWGS, Spokane WA., who acquired this record
from the Spokane Garry Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution.
It lists the place they were moved to as, New Keller Cemetery, but the
name the cemetery goes by now is San
Poil Cemetery #1081.
This cemetery is now located underneath the Columbia River. In approximately
1939-40, after the Grand Coulee Dam was built, the waters were raised,
thus flooding the cemetery. Before the waters were raised, the Bureau
of Reclamation, of the U.S. Department of the Interior, was responsible
for relocating the burials. Ball & Dodd was hired to do the removals.
Note the location of Tribal No 184 Cemetery, it is #9 on Ball & Dodd
"M/T" means "moved to", and the Plot numbers refer
to the location in the new cemetery. "d/o" means "daughter
of", "h/o" means "husband of"
Dick, Little, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-1-5
Hasumlalx, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-1-8
Komootalkia, Chieftan, father of Sara James, M/T New Keller,
Martin, Daughter, c/o Joe Martin, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-2-6
Martin, Son, c/o Joe Martin, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-1-7
Tyee, Salmon, husband of Hasumalx, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-2-7
Unidentified, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-1-6
Unidentified, M/T New Keller, Plot: 18-2-4
Unidentified, M/T New Keller, Plot: 3-2-8