Town of WASHINGTON
* ROCK ISLAND #3/SAND BEACH CEMETERY*
INDEX - 1972
updated 2 Oct 2009
* YOU WILL FIND THE LOCATION OF ROCK ISLAND CEMETERY #3 ON THE TOWN OF WASHINGTON MAPS PAGE! *
LOCATION: Rock Island Cemetery #3 is located on the Southern side of Rock Island. It is known as the Sand Beach Cemetery since apparently that is what it was originally called. The trees have since grown up over the area. According to the caretaker, it was an Indian burying ground long before white settlers began using it. *Information from John KAHLERT in 1972.
In 1972 the cemetery was copied by Mr. Robert H. RASCHIG. In addition to that information, John KAHLERT supplied other names that were found in **Conan Bryant EATON's book: "Rock Island".
Retyped by Sue HOHNEKE for the PGS Website on 2 Oct 2009. Dates have been converted to read: dd-mmm-yyyy for uniformity on the PGS Website.
Sources: *= John KAHLERT in 1972, **= Conan Bryant EATON's book "ROCK ISLAND".
ARNOLD, Jack/Died 1846.**
BOON, Francis Wm/son of John A. S. BOON & Henrietta BOON/Died 27 May 1847/Aged 5 years, 5 months, 14 days.* And, footstone: BOON, Francis Wm./initials only: F. W. B.*
BOON, John A./Died 18 Mar 1866/Aged 51 years, 2 months, 14 days.* And, footstone: BOON, John A./initials only: J. A. B.*
HARDIN, _?_/(given name unknown), drowned in 1849.**
LEBUTTE, Louis, Mrs./Died 1843.**
MCGILL, Jim/died in 1860**
STONE, _?_, Capt./died 1847.**
THORDARSON, Chester Hjortur/1867-1945.*
_?_, _?_/unnamed hired man for David KENNISON/Died 1847.**
_?_, _?_/unnamed 16 year old girl who drowned in 1847.**
Indexed and typed by Sally TREICHEL in the 1970's
-Microfilmed in 35mm as part of the Door County Cemeteries/Tombstone Inscriptions in 1988 by Sue Hohneke for the Genealogical Society of Utah. FHL US/CAN Film #1421896 Item 10 -available to interloan at your nearest Family History Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or to view at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
-Index as part of the Door County Cemeteries/Tombstone Inscriptions at the Laurie Room of the Door County Public Library in Sturgeon Bay, WI.