Arizona Pioneer & Cemetery Research Project
PINAL CITY Pioneer Cemetery
A.K.A. Pinal Burial Grounds
Ghost Town of Pinal City, Pinal County, Arizona
Latitude N33* 17' 17.8", Longitude W111* 8' 04.1" (Elevation 2,651)
From US 60 just west of the city limits of Superior, AZ. Take the Silver King Mine Rd. Set your trip counter to 0.0. You will pass a Harborlite Corp. plant on the left. Past the plant the asphalt turns to a dirt road. (I suggest you use caution if it has been raining or is currently raining, as you will cross a ravine. The road will be extremely muddy. I attempted this once after a rain and turned back. I did have 4WD but chose not to chance it) The road winds down and crossing a ravine and back up. You will come to a fork in the road at 6/10's of a mile. Keep left. There is a mile marker post reading "8". There is a power substation down the right hand road and a mile marker post reading "229".
The road will curve down to the left and up again. You will come to an intersection at approximately 1 1/10's of a mile. You will also note a "Quest Fiber Optic Cable marker" on the right side of road past the intersection. Continue past the intersection approximately 75 feet and you will see a turn off to the left. (note: If you find yourself going down hill and to the right you have gone too far).

Not long after you turn in the road will fork off so keep right. Keep to the main trail, there are numerous lightly traveled trails but you should be able to make out the main trail, as it seems to be fairly well traveled. At about 1 6/10's of a mile you will pass another trail to the right, keep straight. You will want to head toward the power lines.
You will cross under the power lines at 1 8/10's of a mile. Continue on and 1/10 of a mile you will find the grave or memorial on the right (1 9/10)".

Burials = 15 11/12/2007
Y   EARP Ceilia Anne Jul. 8, 1888 Marker - Ceilia Ann Blaylock Earp
N     DOE John     Feb. 12, 1881 Died in Silver King Hotel - Unknown
Y   GUZMAN Manuelita Jun. 21, 1936 Headstone - marks grave
Y   H0RCASITAS SALLY   Jan. 4, 1939 May. 6, 2004 Aracely "Sally" Flores Morcasitas
Y   HARKEY Charlie   1900 1914 Marker - at grave
Y   HARKEY Nellie   1907 1908 Marker - at grave
Y   HARKEY Reuben   1911 ? Marker - at grave
N     HARKEY     ? ? Mother - Unmarked grave
N     HARKEY     ? ? Father - Unmarked grave
Y   KIRCHER Everett Monroe Dec. 23, 1925 Aub. 26, 1932 Headstone - marks grave
Y   LUJAN Eleuteria R. 1884 Nov. 26, 1916 Headstone - marks grave
Y   OCKERT George O. Sep. 28, 1887 Nov. 2, 1887 Marker - at grave
Y     REESE H. E.   Nov.  
Y   WESTON Annie Marie ? ?
Y   WILLEY William Henry 1840 Jun. 12. 1885 Headstone - marks grave
Contributor: Neal Du Shane
Historian: Kevin Hart, Dick Pierce, Jack San Falice
NOTE: With the population of Pinal reported to be 2,000 + in its peak in the 1880's. After walking this cemetery it is believed that there could be from 100 to 200 additional unidentified graves at this cemetery. The Mexican population used this cemetery until about 1916.
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