To request a copy of this photo for your own personal use, please contact our state coordinator. If you are not a family member or the original photographer — please refrain from copying or distributing this photo to other websites.
Thank you for visiting the Colorado Gravestone Photo Project. On this site you can upload gravestone photos, locate ancestors and perform genealogy research. If you have a relative buried in Colorado, we encourage you to upload a digital image using our Submit a Photo page. Contributing to this genealogy archive helps family historians and genealogy researchers locate their relatives and complete their family tree.
Submitted: 11/5/08 • Approved: 11/13/08 • Last Updated: 3/23/17 • R22177-G0-S3
Gravestone Inscription: Baby Sonash
Note: The last name is spelling on the gravestone plaque is different fro, that in the the newspaper cited below.
The Alma cemetery and Buckskin cemetery are one in the same. The cemetery was originally called the Buckskin cemetery because it was next to the original town of Buckskin Joe, now a ghost town. President Theodore Roosevelt approved the land grant for the cemetery to be used by Alma residents on 3/21/1902, Patent No. 1638.
Source: the following was taken from the Fairplay Flume Newspaper (Fairplay, Park County) dated September 18, 1903 page 3.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Soash, born last week, died Monday and was interred in Buckskin cemetery.
Contributed on 11/5/08 by southparkperils
Email This Contributor
Suggest a Correction
Record #: 22177