Saint Andrews, Douglas County, Washington
Located 1 mile South of the Saint Andrews Grange Hall and then 1/2 mile East on 5 Road NE (This is now an abandoned county road. You will walk through the wheat/cattle fields). After 1/2 mile turn south for 1/2 mile. The cemetery is just over the brow of the top of the hill that has a lot of field rocks dumped there. This cemetery is about 6 acres in size, does have a fence around three sides. The graves found were all on the north side of the cemetery. In 1972, Mrs. Everett (Laura) Rice, a historian for the Saint Andrews area, wrote that those with an asterisk * following their names, (plus many others) were also buried in the Saint Andrews Cemetery. The cemetery land was donated by Mr. Davies
- Fred Pflugrath
The Saint Andrews Cemetery began with the burial of none other than Captain Andrews. For many years, a large American flag was raised on his gravesite every Memorial Day and 4th of July. To get to the cemetery, you must travel 1 mile South of Saint Andrews Grange Hall and then 1/2 mile East on 5 Road NE. After 1/2 mile, you turn south for another 1/2 mile. The cemetery lies just over the top of a hill, which has piles of field rocks dumped on it. The cemetery covers roughly 6 acres and has fence on three sides. The early pioneers of the area are buried there.
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