Basin Pioneer Cemetery, Basin, Big Horn County, Wyoming

Beginning at the Court House in central Basin, drive west on B Street until you pass the schools. Take a right turn, north, onto the dirt road. Northeast a few hundred feet you will see an old log building and the cemetery, with a wood rail fence in front and a wooden sign and gate in the middle. The cemetery is not well kept, and although there is a wood rail fence around the front part, the fence has fallen down in the back, and there are stones and boards scattered around.

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Internments at Basin Pioneer Cemetery

Albert Walker Judkins

Marker 1902–1903 (Atwood Funeral Home)

04 Aug 1902 Basin–09 Jan 1903 Basin

Father-Judkins, Sherman Hess

Mother-Suher, Minnie Elsie

Lawrence Judkins

Born and Died 1907 Basin

Father-Judkins, Frank Everett

Mother-Robertson, Zalida

Lucille Judkins

Born and Died 1908

Father-Judkins, Frank Everett

Mother-Robertson, Zalida

Samuel Walker Judkins

Marker-1834–1903 (Atwood Funeral Home)

17 Feb 1834 Logan Co, KY–3 Sep 1903 Basin

Father-Judkins, Samuel Walker

Mother-Hines, Rebecca

Spouse-Hess, Julie Anne

Married-9 Sep 1858

Civil War Veteran

Sherman Hess Judkins

Marker 1868–1904 (Atwood Funeral Home)

28 Nov 1868 Washington, Harrison County, MO–22 Apr 1904 Basin

Father-Judkins, Samuel Walker

Mother-Hess, Julia Ann

Spouse-Suher, Minnie Elsie

Married-28 Nov 1901 Basin

Mary A. Knapp

Marker 1838–1902 (Atwood Funeral Home)

Cecil Reid

Old headstone (sitting on the ground outside the cemetery in front of the log cabin)

25 Dec 1894–20 Oct 1905

Except for the three markers and the one headstone, this information was collected from the Lovell, WY Family History Center in Lovell, WY

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