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Coordinates: 44°07′37″N 123°15′48″W / 44.126944°N 123.263333°W / 44.126944; -123.263333

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Alvadore was named for Alvadore Welch of Portland, who built the Portland, Eugene and Eastern Railway through the community. The railway was later acquired by the Southern Pacific Railroad, but in 1936 the track was torn up. Alvadore post office was established in 1914.

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Cemeteries

Richardson, 44°07′25″N 123°18′17″W / 44.1237343°N 123.3048174°W / 44.1237343; -123.3048174 (Richardson Cemetery), Richardson Cemetery

  1. Oregon Gravestone Photo Project
  2. Find A Grave
  3. USGenWeb Archives

Jones Kime Brown Property, 44°10′59″N 123°17′44″W / 44.1831787°N 123.2956510°W / 44.1831787; -123.2956510 (Jones-Kime-Brown Property Cemetery), Jones Kime Brown Property

  1. Oregon Gravestone Photo Project
  2. Find A Grave
  3. USGenWeb Archives

History

History of Alvadore

References

Oregon Geographic Names FamilySearch Catalog


 

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