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Cemetery inscriptions for over 3,200 persons interred in four central Montana cemeteries


Located in Bitterroot Valley, about 30 miles south of Missoula, Montana, Stevensville was named after a treaty made be U.S. Army General Stephens with Flathead Indians of the area in 1853. This database is a listing of people interred in four local cemeteries in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It provides the decedent's name, birth date, death date and cemetery name. Additional notes are provided for many records and often include the name of spouse or record of military service. Compiled from cemetery headstones and funeral home records, this database can be useful for researchers of central Montana ancestors.

Extended Description

Funeral records are from the Whitesitt Funeral Home in Stevensville, Montana.

Riverview Cemetery is located southwest of the town, about a half a mile, on the eastside highway.

Maplewood Cemetery is located on the southwest edge of the town.

St. Mary's Cemetery is located at the site of the historic St Mary's Mission on Charlo Street. The cemetery stone labeled "Salish Kootenai" in the St. Mary's Cemetery, does not indicate that those people are buried there, but is in honor of tribal members whose homeland was the Bitterroot Valley. However, there are a number of unknown American Indians buried in unmarked graves there.

Sunnyside Cemetery is located on the east side of the Valley at the crossroads of Sunnyside Lane and Three Mile Road.

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