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Up Crystal Creek Forest House Hiram Page Hoover Kanaka Keaton Klamathon McClurg McConoughy Oak Bar Smith Stone Swearingen Wolford

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To reach this small, one grave cemetery from Interstate 5, take the south Yreka exit and turn west.  At the light, turn left and stay on this road, following signs to Etna.  Just before you reach Etna there is a left turn toward Callahan.  This is Highway 3.  Drive about 5 miles to Fay Lane.  Turn left or East to East Side Road. Turn left about a half a mile on the left, (west of East Side road)  across a field, up on a hill.  Past a barn on left is a red house and big older house. In the cow pasture behind the red house in the gulch is an iron- fenced grave. The iron fence is in good shape and has a gate. An old lilac bush grows in the enclosure along with myrtle. One lone tombstone at this site.

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Caldwell, Clara May 6, 1844 May 2, 1898 Wife of B. R. McClurg.  Note: In "Siskiyou County Marriages 1852-1910" page 125, "7 Apr 1864  - McClurg, Benjamin R.   and Caldwell, Clara"


Special Thanks to Peggy Whipple of the Scott Valley Genealogical Group for indexing this cemetery and for permission to use the photographs above and below.


A closer view of Clara Caldwell's memorial


She whose form lies here,
Knows no pull or bier,
But this she knows full well,
That "God is Love,"
This message sweet to tell,
She cometh from above,
And whispers in our ear,
"Love casteth out our fear."

                                                            From Clara Caldwell's stone



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