Shoshone County, Idaho Cemetery Records

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The following are cemeteries in Shoshone County that have been identified, with their location and any links to abstracts of their records. When multiple transcriptions are listed, they may contain differing information. The transcriptions may have been made at different times and by different people. Some names may have been mis-read. Some gravestones may have been missed. All transcriptions available for each cemetery should be checked.

Name of cemetery Location Records
Bauman Family Cemetery 1 m W of Pinehurst at Kingston Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives[1] in Boise; transcription of 33 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com[2] website; transcription of 34 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Bauman Family Cemetery website
Day Cemetery Osburn Day and Osburn Cemeteries are side by side and there may be some confusion between the two. Find-a-Grave just refers back to Day Cemetery. Transcription of 383 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Day Cemetery website; transcription of 509 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website
Fairmount Cemetery (Also known as Fairmont Cemetery) Mullan Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 32 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 195 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Fairmont Cemetery website
Greenwood Cemetery Kellogg Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 3,242 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription 4,876 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Greenwood Cemetery website; photo of 1 gravestone available at idahogravestones.org[3]
Hunt Cemetery Kingston Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 452 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 520 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Hunt Cemetery website and a transcription of 34 gravestones for the First Addition to Hunt Cemetery or Bisaro Cemetery available through Hunt Cemetery (Bisaro)website
IOOF Cemetery Mullan Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 84 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 181 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, IOOF Cemetery website
Kellogg Cemetery Kellogg Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise
Miners Union Cemetery Wallace Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 28 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 28 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Miners Union Cemetery website
Mountain View Cemetery Mullan Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 379 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 1,252 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Mountain View Cemetery website
Murray Cemetery Murray Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 284 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 281 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Murray Cemetery website
Nine Mile Cemetery Wallace Transcription of 2,710 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Nine Mile Cemetery website; transcription of 149 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website
Old Mission Cemetery (Also known as Mission of the Sacred Heart Cemetery) Pinehurst This cemetery is actually in Kootenai County. Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 64 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave transcription of 52 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Old Mission Cemetery website
Osburn Cemetery Osburn Osburn and Day Cemeteries are side by side and there may be some confusion between the two. Find-a-Grave just refers back to Day Cemetery. Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 205 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Osburn Cemetery website
Shoshone Memorial Gardens Pinehurst Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 126 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 1,047 gravestones available through Ewanida Rail Records, Shoshone Memorial Gardens website
United (Miner's Union) Cemetery Wallace Refer to "Miners Union Cemetery" above
Ward's Cemetery Wallace Some records of this cemetery at the Idaho State Archives in Boise

References

  1. The Idaho State Archives, formerly known as Idaho State Historical Society's Public Archives and Research Library (PARL), has transcriptions of many cemeteries for the State of Idaho.
  2. Find-A-Grave.com is an organization of volunteers providing transcriptions and photos of gravestones free of charge.
  3. Idahogravestones.org is an organization of volunteers whose purpose is to capture photographs of gravestones in the cemeteries of Idaho. It operates under USGenWeb, but is separate from the transcriptions of gravestones on the county pages.