Ferry Cemetery [a.k.a. Rumley Hill Cemetery]: Located 3 miles north
of Old US 101 (Jerry's Flat Rd.---just southeast of the Rogue River Bridge
in Gold Beach), off of Squaw Valley Road; below Bill Russell home.
Blanco Pioneer Cemetery [a.k.a. Hughes Cemetery]: Located about
5 miles north of Port Orford on Cape Blanco Highway, property once owned
by the Hughes family. There was once a small Catholic Church here called
St. Mary, Star of the Sea.
Cemetery [a.k.a. Snodgrass Cemetery]: Located at the Arnold Carpenter
homesite near Carpenterville, southeast of Pistol River.
Springs Cemetery [gravesite]: Located near a small creek at Clarno
Springs, north side of the Rogue River opposite Jerry's Flat (just southeast
of the Rogue River Bridge in Gold Beach)on old US 101.
Cemetery [gravesite]: Located above Clay Hill Lodge, up Clay Hill
Creek, 14 miles up the Rogue River from Agness; on Rogue River Trail.
Cemetery [gravesite]: Located on a hilltop at the Jack Leith ranch,
Hunter Creek, southeast of Gold Beach. This was the former homestead of
Henry "Sam" COLVIN
Cemetery: Located on Pedrioli Lane in Harbor, southwest of the
Van Pelt Cemetery.
Cemetery [gravesite]: Located 5 1/2 miles up Winchuck River, southeast
Located on Piercy Sweet Ranch, on the north side of the mouth of Elk River,
between Sixes and Port Orford.
Davis Cemetery [gravesite]
Cemetery [a.k.a. Langlois Cemetery] [a.k.a. Willow Creek Cemetery]:
Located on Floras Lake Loop, off of US 101, just southwest of Langlois
and northwest of Denmark.
Cemetery [gravesite]: Located 1 mile down Cape Ferrello Road, off
of US 101, north of Brookings.
Elephant Rock Cemetery
Cemetery [gravesite]: This is an unlocated/unmarked grave on the
site of Fort Orford, near downtown Port Orford.
Creek Cemetery [a.k.a. Illahe Cemetery]: Located near Illahee at
the top of the knoll between Foster Creek and the road to Powers at Big
Bend; 300 yards uphill.
Cemetery: Located on a hill north of the mouth of Euchre Creek;
on Euchre Creek Road, across from the Ophir School (off US 101, north of
Gold Beach). Trees in plot have been cut and land has been plowed under
for pasture. No markers remain.
Located near site of Fort Lemory up Rogue River, east of Gold Beach.
Monument: This monument marks the site where four members of the
Geisel family were massacred by Indians in 1856. The graves have been maintained
and are preserved in an Oregon State wayside (west side of highway) located
north of Gold Beach on US 101.
Gold Beach Cemetery [a.k.a. Rogue Cemetery]: Located
on Hunter Creek Road, off of US 101, southeast of Gold Beach.
Gold Beach Pioneer Cemetery: Located next to Gold Beach Presbyterian
Church in a fenced plot adjacent to McKay's grocery store in Gold Beach.
Point Cemetery [gravesites]: These lost graves are located somewhere
on Graveyard Point, above the dock in Port Orford.