Manzanita Cemetery


 

The "Manzanita Since 1850" Historical Marker Reads:

First called Manzanita Grove. Dense Brush
provided a Rustlers' Hideout and Corral.
Area burial site, 1855, with public support:
"Manzanita Grove Cemetery Association."

Site of Manzanita School 1857-1899. Land for
school and cemetery deeded in 1862
to Coon Creek School District by P. Dippel.
Sparks family plot marks schoolhouse site.

Manzanita Cemetery joined Lincoln and
Sheridan Cemeteries in 1925, forming the
"Placer County Cemetery District #1."
Final rest stop for many placer pioneers.

 

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Marker provided by Silver Star Parlor #63,
Native Sons of the Golden West,
Lincoln, California, May 1998

Manzanita Cemetery
Manzanita Cemetery Rd.
Lincoln, CA 95648

Directions: Manzanita Cemetery

From Highway 65: Go east on West Wise Road to Manzanita Road; go north to Manzanita Cemetery entrance. (Manzanita Cemetery is located in a rural area.) 

Pictures: Manzanita Cemetery ― Established in 1850



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