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61. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Bernice Olive Longmire Lee & Albert Edward Lee Jr - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

62. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Temple - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

63. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Temple - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

64. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Fife - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

65. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery George A. Wright & Jeda R. Wright - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

66. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Tommy Lee Yarbrough - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

67. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Eugene A. Jenkins "Gene" - Located at Lat: 46° 46' 28"N, Lon: 120°37'28"W, the cemetery is the second oldest in Yakima County ( incorporated 1880) and is about 7 acres.

68. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Chief OW – HI'S Gardens First Emigrant Train from east Longmire Train Encamped Here Sept 20 1853 Heaquarters Flag First Unfurled In Yakima Country Aug 1853

69. Wenas Valley Wenas Valley

70. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Chief OW – H'S Gardens First Emigrant Train from east Longmire Train Encamped Here Sept 20 1853 Heaquarters Flag First Unfurled In Yakima Country Aug 1853

71. Chief Owhi Chief Owhi Chief OW – Hi'S Gardens First Emigrant Train from east Longmire Train Encamped Here Sept 20 1853 Heaquarters Flag First Unfurled In Yakima Country Aug 1853

72. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery The inscription on the monument reads: “Black Dog” Bull Buffalo, was the Great, Great Grand Sire of the herd started in 1921 by O.D. Gibson, Pioneer, and brothers, at the home ranch in Wenas Valley...

73. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery The inscription on the monument reads: “Black Dog” Bull Buffalo, was the Great, Great Grand Sire of the herd started in 1921 by O.D. Gibson, Pioneer, and brothers, at the home ranch in Wenas Valley...

74. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Albert Gene Doshier

75. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Jenkins closeup

76. Wenas Cemetery Wenas Cemetery Barney T. Rawson & Bessie "Betty" Rawson

77. Social Group Social Group Monty Hadzor & Mary, Luke Rasmussen, Clark Nack? and John, Cora and Keiff Folts, Ethel and Guy Brace, Retta Roberts, Martha and Archie Prior, Iva and Earl Lee

78. Ruebow - Ruebow - Anna Rose with husband Mr. Rose and brother W.E. Bowes. Mr & Mrs Bowes had an apple pear, cherry ranch at the corner of Nob Hill and 34th Ave in Yakima. 34th Ave was called Valley View Road at that time....

79. Ruebow Ranch? Ruebow Ranch? Mr & Mrs Bowes had an apple pear, cherry ranch at the corner of Nob Hill and 34th Ave in Yakima. 34th Ave was called Valley View Road at that time. - They had no children and when Mrs Bowes passed away,...

80. Ruebow - Ruebow - Anna Rose - Mr & Mrs Bowes had an apple pear, cherry ranch at the corner of Nob Hill and 34th Ave in Yakima. 34th Ave was called Valley View Road at that time. - They had no children and when Mrs Bowes...
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