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BRASFIELD Elinor
Female 1875 - 1906

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  • Birth  25 Dec 1875 
    Gender  Female 
    Name  Elinor Brassfield 
    Died  08 Nov 1906 
    Buried  Tumwater, Thurston County, Washington (Pioneer Catholic Cemetery) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I19421  Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies
    Last Modified  17 Feb 2015 
     
  • Notes 
    • ELINOR BRASSFIELD 25 Dec 1875 - 089 Nov 1906 Pioneer Catholic Cemetery Tumwater, Olympia http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wa/thurston/cemetery/piocath.txt PIONEER CATHOLIC CEMETERY, Tumwater (Bush Prairie Catholic, Old Catholic, Tumwater Catholic) The US GenWeb Archives provide genealogical and historical data to the general public without fee or charge of any kind. It is intended that this material not be used in a commercial manner. Transcribed for the Internet and submitted by Jerri McCoy March 14, 1998. ©1998 Jerri McCoy. Both above notices must remain when copied or downloaded. jmccoy1@home.com Pioneer Catholic Cemetery. The cemetery was canvassed in 1980. Information made available to the US GenWeb Archives by the Olympia Genealogical Society. Please contact the Olympia Genealogical Society at PO Box 1313, Olympia, WA 98507-1313 for information about this or the many other publications available. This cemetery is located south of Olympia, behind the Bush Prairie Cemetery. Go south on Capitol Boulevard through Tumwater and turn on Trosper Road. Cross over the freeway on Trosper Road (54th Ave SW) and continue a short distance to Littlerock Road where you turn left. Travel along Littlerock Road and the cemetery will be on your right. Although the land was not acquired by the Catholic Church until 1873, it was evidently used earlier since some of the stones predate that time. The property (slightly over two acres) was part of the Donation Land Claim of Jessie Ferguson. Around 1900 the conditions deteriorated, and a number of the individuals were moved. Many of the pioneers of the area were buried there.