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Spend a beautiful afternoon exploring this picturesque old cemetery adjacent to the old mining town... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
Bulverde, Texas
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The towns legacy

There are 25 separate cemeteries in Roslyn. There were twenty five Social Clubs also. This was... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2018
Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

Spend a beautiful afternoon exploring this picturesque old cemetery adjacent to the old mining town of Roslyn. Veterans, immigrants, victims of mining accidents and several generations of local families are all buried here.

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Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

There are 25 separate cemeteries in Roslyn. There were twenty five Social Clubs also. This was during the early coal mining days. The miners came from all over the world, spoke different languages and had different customs. They worked together but didn’t socialize except with...More

1  Thank jdtobin
Reviewed 13 November 2017

Lots of local history to be discovered walking thru the various ethnic and fraternal cemeteries. CWU archives have videos with more interesting stories from the "old timers" whose comments were recorded while they were still with us. If you are lucky you may encounter one...More

Thank fsk4585
Reviewed 9 April 2017

While it was a bit cold today, we enjoyed having a good look around and feeling amazed at how expansive this place is? YMMV

Thank wing6rider-Australia
Reviewed 28 November 2016

I've never seen a cemetery like this one! It's arranged into several sections by race/ethnic group, fraternal organization, etc. Interesting variety of styles of monuments and tombstones. Nice to walk through and get a sense of some of the local history including immigration.

1  Thank moreworld2c
Reviewed 4 September 2016

Very interesting history on how the cemetery is organized, segregated by race, and fraternal organization. Many of the organizations there were started by groups pooling their money to bury mine accident victims and/or to send the family back home. Due to the hilly area, they...More

Thank 50wt
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

It's very different than other cemeteries and fascinating. Go and give a bit of cash to the restoration effort. Find Yvonne and let her simple monument represent the century since the woman who died at the age of 97 was buried in the Mt Olivet...More

Thank Camper635783
Reviewed 28 June 2016

This place is fascinating. Their are separate sections devoted to various ethnic groups and some of the area date back into the 1800's. Come and visit.

Thank Charles W
Reviewed 23 June 2016

The Rosyln cemetery is divided into more than 20 different areas reflecting the diverse backgrounds of the miners and others who traveled to and lived in Roslyn. There are areas for veterans, of course, adjoining areas for black miners, Slovaks, Poles, and so on. The...More

2  Thank Hoopsr
Reviewed 9 June 2016

It is a wonderful and very old Cemetery. These sacred grounds were revered by early families as a place of honor. It is 19 acres of woods and hill with all these separate areas for Veterans, Druids, African American, Polish, Serbian, Croatian, it goes on...More

Thank Teresa S
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