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Re: Looking for cemeteries near Three Cabins
Posted by: Darlene Garrity (ID *****3733) Date: April 13, 2006 at 10:56:23
In Reply to: Re: Looking for cemeteries near Three Cabins by Darlene Garrity of 563

I found out where Three Cabins was. I would think any burials would be in the Blue Lake Cemetery. From a book on places in Humboldt County:
THREE CABINS
A pioneer settlement on Mad River. It was traversed on the way to the mines and served as a voting precinct in the 1850's when they turned in a fraudulent count during the vote for the Humboldt County seat. One account states that the helpers for the ranch lived in three cabins close to the main ranch house which gave it the name of "Three Cabins Settlement". The post office was established on May 5, 1884 and was merged with Blue Lake on June 18, 1856. Tom Bair, Sr. owend this ranch until his death when it went to Fred Bair. Fred Bair later sold it to Dr. Wiggins and then it was called Wiggins Ranch.


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