Gone, Not Forgotten

Gone, Not Forgotten

Established in 1892, Evergreen replaced the Old City Park cemetery in Brewery Gulch, which was upslope from the drinking water wells. By order of the Common Council of Bisbee in 1914, the transfer of the residents from the old cemetery to Evergreen began. Today, there are over 14,000 burials in the cemetery.

This database is based on handwritten primary sources. We have noted errors in the original records; we also had occasional difficulty in interpreting the old handwritten ledgers. If you identify incorrect information or wish to add to the cemetery database, please send your information to us via the contact page

Abasta, Manuel
31
12/15/1971
M
8432
36
56
New General
2342
25
H; In same grave as Thomas Cowen & Nelda Hobgood
Just as you will always be treasured in our memory, the tears in our eyes will wipe away; But the ache in our heart will always stay; To some you may be forgotten, to others a part of the past; But to us who loved you so dearly, your memory will always last.
Abborado, Santos
30
3/5/1904
M
Source: SAGS, D
Abedin, Thomas
61
9/30/1953
10/1/1953
M
6492
1
A
Old K of P
6493
15, 27
Abell, Mary
None given
9/19/1904
F
Source: SAGS, D
Abercrombie, Lillian
19
4/22/1910
F
Source: SAGS, H, shipped to Wichita, KS
Abilez (Jr.), Miguel
2 mos
2/13/1919
2/13/1919
M
Avilez
1507
45
1
Northwest General
1601
5, 5A, 5B
Ables, Charles Shull
85
7/6/1940
7/8/1940
M
Lou Emma (Jessie)
5026
13
4 (Row 7)
IOOF
5055A
16
Father
Ables, C S
3/5/1934
M
13
4
IOOF
4164
16
Ables (Mrs.), Jessie L.
73
3/4/1934
3/5/1934
F
Charles S
Lou Emma
3799
12
4(Row 7)
IOOF
4163
16
Mother
Abrams, F M
56
8/17/1915
8/16/1915
M
591
6
8
East General
571
7, 26, 27, 29
Source: SAGS,
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