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

Abrams, H W
8/18/1915
M
8
8
East General
572
7, 26, 27, 29
Abrams, Mary J.
6/18/1980
F
9030
19
4
K of P
270
15, 27
M
Abrams (Mrs.), Vina
54
3/15/1917
3/14/1917
F
910
8
8
East General
938
7, 26, 27, 29
Abril, Josanaria Andera
12
2/14/1930
2/12/1930
F
3388
68
24
Northeast Catholic
3678
22, 23
Banchi has later date
Abril, Jesus M
65
9/22/1927
9/22/1927
M
2998
30
25
Catholic
3251
14, 18, 21, 22, 23
Abril, Manuel
unknown
8/7/1989
M
21
2
Northwest General (New)
1
D
Abrill, Margarita
75
12/28/1983
F
Abril
9277
20
2
Northwest General (New)
2758
1
D
Abrill (Family), Margarita
12/28/1983
Abril
21
2
Northwest General (New)
2760
1
Reservation Only
Accord, Jack
44
4/26/1943
4/27/1943
M
5355
32
42
East General
5415
7, 26, 27, 29
Acedo, Cleofe
86
10/1/1948
10/1/1948
M
5956
5
26C
Northeast Catholic
6054
26
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