...the ghost town that refuses to die.
You may also view this database in
bound hard copy format (containing
grave site records, drawings and photographs) in person at the
Mogollon Cemetery Archives building next to The Purple Onion Café.
2017 SEASON OPENS:
Saturday, Mid-May through
*Main Road Construction & Weather Permitting
Saturdays & Sundays
(and Monday Holidays)
10 am - 5 pm
"Thanks for keeping history alive. Looking for ancestor's graves was unforgettable."
"Brilliant place - great memories!"
"Amazingly beautiful...a step back in time."
In Loving Memory of
Sept 14, 1942 - May 20, 2016
MOGOLLON CEMETERY ARCHIVES - Historical Database
The Mogollon Cemetery Archives Historical Database was compiled over five years (2003-2008). The grave site records, presented here, were created with great care and commitment by Mogollon Enterprises and Diane Papadakis.
Both PHASE I (Digital re-mastering of hard copy files from the 1994 United States Forest Service, USFS survey conducted by Rita B. Hecht) and PHASE II (Digital Photo Documentation and hand drawn representations of individual sites) have been completed.
PHASE III (Individual family histories) Public contributions to the database remain open and welcomed.
Sincere thanks also goes to Sharon Lineer of Phoenix, AZ who was instrumental in support and historical contributions.
We hope the efforts of everyone involved has brought forth a rich and long lasting experience herein that will be cherished long into the future.
...dedicated to honor and memorialize those interred in the Mogollon Cemetery.
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