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Stoakin Family Cemetery
Okanogan County, Washington

Lat: 48° 13' 22"N, Lon: 118° 51' 40"W
T31N R31E Sec 1

Transcribed by Maggie Rail, © Aug 25, 2003, last edited Oct 13, 2010 [mrail@asisna.com]. Total records = 14.

From Nespelem take the Keller Road for about 4 miles, till you come to the Owhi Lake Road. Turn onto the Owhi Lake Rd and continue until you pass the lake and after the 2nd cattle guard, watch to your right for the fenced in cemetery, out in the field.

There is a road out to the cemetery from the highway. It was about 2.4 mi after you pass the lake.

This is a family cemetery but I have found no other information about it.

Walked and read this cemetery on Jun 24, 2003. I use a digital camera to read this cemetery and have a photo of all existing stones.

- Maggie Rail

Crow, Annie, b. 1886, d. 1956, Beloved Aunt
Frank, Edward Jr, b. 1948, d. 2000, FH marker
Frank, Lester F, b. Jun 27, 1973, d. Aug 11, 1973
Iukes, Andy, b. 1919, d. 1998, Strate FH marker
Iukes, Frank, b. 1894, d. Jan 09, 1943
Iukes, Lenora Wallahee 'Lula', b. 1931, d. 1996, 2nd Elder 1910, Malott Shaker Church, 'We Waht Wae Ne', photo
Iukes, Lester, b. Sep 08, 1922, d. Sep 13, 1972
Iukes, Wakista A, b. 1882, d. 1991
Kishwalk, Terrel, b. 1997, d. 1997, Strate FH marker
Stoakin, Annie, b. 1888, d. 1960, metal FH marker
Stoakin, Fred, b. Sep 12, 1910, d. Mar 19, 1961, Washington Pfc US Army WWII, SS-BSM & 2 OLC-PH
Thomas, Richard Dick, b. Oct 15, 1925, d. Mar 18, 1973, Washington PFC, US Army WWII, PH & OLC
Thomas, Roderick, b. Jan 27, 1950, d. Aug 10, 1986
To-La-Has, b. 1852, d. 1942

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