Hendrix Cemetery
Walla Walla. Walla Walla County, Washington


Lyon's Farm (Mill Creek, Hendrix) Cemetery, Walla Walla, Washington

Cemetery: Lyon's Farm/Mill Creek/Hendrix Cemetery
Sign: No
Street: off of Mill Ck Rd near Walla Walla
City: Walla Walla
County: Walla Walla County
State: Washington
Nation: USA
Latitude: N
Longitude: W
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions: follow Mill Ck Rd east about 3-5 miles. Cemetery is on the
left of rd up on a hill in middle of farm field. Can't tell it is a
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural
Terrain: Hillside
Watersource: No
Features: overgrown with Lilac trees in middle of farm field.
Property: Private
Access: Permission-required
Enclosure: Natural
Gate: None
Established: 1877
Gravestones: 30 something
Oldest: Nov 24 1871 nearest can tell. There were some wooden
markers recorded in 1982 but could not tell who they were for.
Newest: nearest can see Dec 13, 1919
Removed: Unknown
Relocated: No
Repairs: No
Methods: Adhesives
Restoration: No
Association: No
Records: No
Inventory: Yes
Availability: Recorded by Gayle Cavalli & Mark Kootz for the Walla Walla Valley Genealogical Society, WA: Online record
Landscaping: No
Paths: No
Trees: Yes 4
Crypts: No
Fencing: No
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: Yes
Granite: Yes
Marble: Yes
Native: Yes
Slate: Yes
Others: Yes
Wood: Yes
Materials: Yes
Monograms: Yes
Photos: No
Condition: Cemetery neglected
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather: Yes
Pollution: Yes
Vandalized: Yes
Report: No
Gravestones: Overturned, Broken
Graves: Desecrated
Overgrowth: Access Problem, Disturbing Graves, Disturbing Gravestones, Damaging Gravestones
Ground Cover: Yes
Drainage: Good
Owner: Private
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Agricultural
Contacted: other family members
Surnames: Augustus, Bryant, Cunningham, Davidson, Davies, Hanshaw, Hendrix, Livingston, Miller, Oylear, Rohn, Smith, Tell?, Webdell, some markers are unreadable and/or wooden.
Other Information: Extremely overgrown with lilac bushes that are damaging gravestone. Cemetery is neglected as well as used in the past as a party place for local youth. Cannot tell it is a cemetery because of all the growth around it thus a perfect place for kids to party without being seen. As far as I can tell it is owned by whomever farms in this area. Back in the late 1800s my grandfather's ancestors gave the land for this cemetery and I have a few relatives buried here. There is no direct road into cemetery.
Support: one other relative.
Contributed by:

Name: Kris Beyer
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Date: September 5, 2003