About Hargadine Cemetery
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Hargadine Cemetery is a cemetery in Ashland, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1867.
Located on a hill on the north end of the city, the cemetery was named after its first interment, Katie Hargadine, the one-year-old daughter of town pioneer Robert Hargadine. She was buried there on December 8, 1867 and was shortly followed by the burial of another child, Cuyler Farnham, two weeks later.
The property was originally owned by James Haworth who deeded one and one-half acres to the two families "for the purpose of a Cemetery or Grave Yard for the burial of the dead and for no other purpose." Many of Ashland's pioneer families are buried there.