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Sokol Cemetery
Roslyn, Kittitas County, Washington

Lat: 47° 13' 15"N, Lon: 121° 00' 12"W
T20N R15E Sec 17

Transcribed by Maggie Rail, Oct 23, 2001 [mrail@asisna.com]. Total records = 3.

To reach the Sokol Cemetery, drive west on Pennsylvania Ave to Memorial Rd where you take a left. Stay on this road around the corner to the right, then onto the dirt road and up the hill. This cemetery is the last one on the west end of the upper road next to St Barbara Cemetery. see map

The Sokol lodge symbol is the falcon and was organized in 1904 by Anton Janacek, John Zobec and Mike Jaske. Their main meeting area was the falcon hall in Ronald. The main purpose of the lodge was to promote patriotism and athletic skills among the membership. After WWI the lodge declined. (from sign)

This definitely is an abandoned cemetery. It was owned and cared for by the Sokol Lodge at one time. I felt bad I could find no more markers. I am certain there must be more buried here. If anyone knows of more burials, please contact me.

I surveyed this cemetery on Aug 19, 2001, using pencil and pad, plus my digital camera. I will share photos if I have a good photo of the stone you want. For more information on Roslyn.

- Maggie Rail

Crcic, Margareta Iz, delnic Rodjena 15 maya Dod 1875, Umbla 18 Aug God 1911, Lahka Joy Bila Zemljica
Popovich, Ante, Rodjen 1880 NA 08 Sep Spljet Dalmacia, umbo Aug 13, 1918, Ovdje Pociva
Votich, Matt, b. 1869, d. 1924

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