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On Highway 56, at Mile Marker 9 there is an intersection that is the west entrance
of Main Street to Modena and Modena Canyon Road. Go north on Modena Canyon Road
(dirt road). There is a sign that says "Hamblin Valley Rd, State Line 20,
Arrowhead Pass 33." After 14.8 miles, there is a yellow road sign that shows a
T intersection. Go west. A broken sign indicates "Hamblin Valley Road,
Stateline Rd 1 mi., Corral Butcher Spr 3 mi, Arrowhead Pass 4 mi." After 1 mile
there is a yellow road sign that shows a right arrow and the road turns north.
After 0.5 mile, take the dirt road heading west again. It is not marked, but just
beyond your first chance at this "Y", there is another chance for the southbound
traffic to turn west, and it is marked "Stateline 2".|
After 1.8 miles of going west, turn north on a small dirt road. About 300 feet north is a fence, and a section of that fence is the gate to the cemetery. If you miss this turn, in about a half mile you will come to old buildings that were part of Stateline.
Transcribed by Cheryl Whitelaw, 22 Nov 1998.
Tombstones are transcribed as described below.
* Indicates small mortuary marker
There are 11 mounds or areas outlined by rocks. One has a large rock for a headstone, three of the others have old wood planks near the head, but no markings can be read. Fenced area, west row: ISAAC KAY CUMMINGS A3C US AIR FORCE KOREA MAY 8 1933 MAY 30 1982 Mortuary marker: LDS ISAAC KAY CUMMINGS 1933 - 1982 SPILSBURY & GRAFF Second row from west, north to south: Fenced area: [Circular symbol with two axes crossed, M. W. A.] GEORGE F. BUEL May 24, 1848 Aug. 18, 1925 Graves not in fences, second row: OUR BABY Sacred to the Memory of GEORGIE Infant son of Gottlob Josepha D. Flinspach 1904 - 1904 [ grave with wood marker] [grave with wood marker] [grave with wood marker] ALFRED PAUL FORCE FEB. 24, 1927 FEB. 26, 1927 Third row from west, north to south: [Grave with wood marker] [Mound] Grave with concrete block marker, initials engraved: J. B. Grave with concrete block marker, initials engraved: T. J. T. [Grave with rock outline] Concrete vault cover has these initials: J. H. H. [Rock mound outlined with rocks] [Grave with rock outline] East row, north to south [Three mounds with rock outlines; middle one has large rock for headstone]
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