Clark County Cemeteries

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Reach us by e-mail at: waclacem@ccgs-wa.org 

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All Clark County Cemeteries

Disclaimer

Users of this database are responsible for checking the accuracy & completeness of all information themselves. We tried to be accurate in transcriptions and extractions, but we do not make any representations or guarantees as to the accuracy or completeness provided via our indexing other than typing errors that are brought to our attention.
(If the original document or copy of documents had the typo then it will not be changed).

Also visit Clark County Cemeteries at these web sites

Including your photos on the Cemetery Pages

Several people have asked lately how to include their photos on the Clark County Cemeteries web pages.
A disk (3.5″ floppy, CD, or DVD) can be left at our library or mailed to
CCGS, Attn. Cemetery Project
P.O. Box 5249
Vancouver, WA 98668-5249.

Please either rename each file with the entire name(s) of the person buried there (last name, complete first name & initials) or include a list showing the complete names.

If you have only one or two photos to send, they can be e-mailed to waclacem at ccgs-wa.org. They should be in a JPG format.

We look forward to receiving any photos that you wish to share with us.

Including your obituaries on the Cemetery Pages

If you want to write an obituary for a loved one, we would be glad to post it here.
Just send it to us in a text file with all the pertinent information.
This can be someone passing away many years ago or recently.
We just ask that the person have some connection (either now or in the past) with Clark County.

Please send the obits to
gensoc at ccgs-wa.org

Below is a link with helpful information about writing an obituary.

How to Write an ObituaryMaps & Cemetery List

Compiled obituaries available from CCGSObituaries for burials elsewhere or in unknown locations.

Abandoned / Damaged Cemeteries

Abandoned or Unknown Cemeteries
The Columbia Memorial Mausoleum
is included here.

Damage in local cemeteries

Published in 1981 in The Columbian, this story shows many things never change.