Lebanon IOOF


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Nearest Town:


Est. # Burials:



T 12S, R 2W, 2

Size in Acres:


USGS Lat/Lon:

443317N 1225410W


Driving Directions:

One-half mile N. of Lebanon on Hwy. 20/Cemetery Rd


Contact Info:

Linn Co. Tax Assessor: Lot 1000
Also lots 1200, 1202, 1203, 2501
IOOF Cemetery #47/Lebanon Lodge #47
PO Box 291
Lebanon, OR 97355-0291
Deed Ref: 228-388,212-478


The following information is transcribed from the WPA Linn County Cemetery Survey, researched & prepared by Leslie L. Haskin on 2-19-1940:

The Lebanon Odd-Fellows Cemetery is situated in Section 2 or 3 (Maps and plats are imperfect and make this uncertain), Township 12 South, Range 2 West.  This is a short one-half mile north of the northern environs of Lebanon and a short distance east of State Highway 54.

The cemetery is simply an ‘L’ shaped addition to the older Lebanon Masonic Cemetery.  It bounds that tract on the north and west....

This is a quite recently established cemetery and as previously stated, seems to be a mere enlargement, under separate management of the older Masonic Cemetery.

The first burial here was that of Stephen B. Coyle, 1907.  This Stephen B. Coyle was a member of the pioneer Coyle family of the Sodaville neighborhood. 

(Note—Such graves as “Frankie Ralston, 1876-1885” are not original burials here but have been transferred from the original Lebanon (Old) Cemetery.)

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the Lebanon Odd-Fellows Lodge.

[end of Haskin survey]

On-Line Transcriptions:

Two surveys of the Lebanon IOOF Cemetery are available online at Lebanon Genealogical Society's website:

   WPA-era survey (1939)

   Emma Greer's 2000 survey - Note that this later survey includes both Lebanon IOOF and Lebanon Masonic Cemeteries combined.


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References used to prepare these cemetery pages are provided.
Lisa L. Jones prepared and is solely responsible for the content of these pages. 
Copyright 2001.