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Eugene Masonic Cemetery

This community treasure is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Remarkably, it is also an active, operating cemetery. Established in 1859, Eugene??s first cemetery includes pioneers, such as city founder Eugene Skinner, and modern notables like blues disc jockey ??Rooster? Gavin Fox.

The cemetery retains ??Masonic? in its name, as an important historic reference, but is no longer officially affiliated. Through the on-going work of many, the historical importance and natural beauty of this woodland setting are being rediscovered and protected.

One of the Walkways that comb the cemetery


Alot of stones have been tipped or broken

I think this is hte caretakers shack



Founder of Eugene, Oregon

Could not locate her Marker

Interesting I have the same Name


Overgrown Markers

Possibly Veteran, could not see marker




I thought this was a differnt marker

Interesting place to explore, need to coom back another day

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    • # Carey

      oooh, i've not explored that place yet. i'll had to add it to my list! :)

      2009.05.30 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jacki

      I love old cemeteries... it's nice that they are continuing to preserve it! Great set, thanks for sharing.

      2009.05.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Betty

      Very, very interesting. A wonderful to tribute to those who were so adventurous to travel cross-country.

      2009.05.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tonya

      Very interesting! Nice to know the history of those old graves and old stones.

      2009.05.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Riaz

      wow cool set! May the Great Architect preserve this piece of History!

      2009.05.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jan Erik Bergfjord

      Very informative and interesting set. Lots of local history that must not be forgotten.
      Thanks for sharing this!
      Phillip F. Castleman would have liked this, don't you think?

      2009.05.26 Edited Reply Cancel