Huerfano County, Colorado
Evergreen Cemetery
AKA Mustang Cemetery

Listing contributed by Karen Mitchell, photos by Dennis Reed
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Evergreen Cemetery: This cemetery is located near the Denver Firebrick Clay Mine, also known as the Chamblin Clay Mine, near the railroad tracks and the Pueblo County Line in Huerfano County. There are about 13 graves here. About 19 miles northeast of Walsenburg about 1/2 mile south of Pueblo County line. 9 miles E of Hwy I-25 on hill W of D&RGW railroad track, N part of county. S 1/2 of SE 1/4 Sec4, T25S, R65W. This cemetery was filmed March, 2005. If anyone knows of any other burials in this cemetery please let me know.

Chamblin Pit Sign

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Eklund, Alma Caroline Feb 1867 -Jan 1939 (died 1-26-1939, buried at Mustang)

Fagerquist, August 1875- 1937 Father Pueblo Chieftain obit, Carl A. died 3-25-1937

Fagerquist, Aurora 1877 -1942 Mother [wife of August] Pueblo Chieftain obit died 5-17-1942

Hawkinson, Anna C. 1846 -1943 [wife of Samuel A.] County Burial Permit: Anna Christina Hawkinson died at Mustang 8-26-1943, age 96y 8m23d, buried at Mustang Cemetery.

Hawkinson, Carl S.1875 - 1945

Hawkinson, Samuel A. 1836- 1919

Jacobson, Severus 1866 -1941 died 4-20-1941 at Mustang

Jacobson, Tillie J. 1870 -1938 (Lillian died 10-?-1938)

Karst, Krist died 12-?-1904 native of Switzerland

Johnson, Ada C. 1875 -1919

Olson, Emma 1881 -1917 wife of J.G. Olson

Olson, J.G. 1865- 1943

Youngberg, John Robert 1864 -1938 Husband (died 10-21-1938)

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