Surname/tag: Cemeteries Odessa Washington Lincoln_County
County Line Cemetery AKA Immanuel German Congregational Cemetery Odessa, Lincoln, Washington Southern Lincoln County. Close cross roads are Bauer and Davis.
Also called Immanuel German Congregational Cemetery because there was once an active church across the street in Adams County.
It is named County Line Cemetery because it sits right on the edge of Lincoln County and the county line is the road that goes in front of it.
It is surrounded with a barbed wire fence. It has a gate in the center of the front side. There is just a chain and hook to keep it shut.
The grounds are very over grown with weeds and it is apparent where the winds have blown the soil from surrounding farms against the headstones. Not all graves have a gravestone. Some are marked with a simple marble square.(some with 2 letters on it and some with nothing) Some have just a metal stake stuck in the ground to indicate where some loved one is.
The ash and debris from the eruption of Mount Saint Helens in 1980 has also blanketed the ground and could be covering stones. It is currently unknown. 
- ↑ Eastern Washington Genealogical Society - Cemetery Records
- ↑ FAG Cemeteries
- ↑ County Line Cemetery in Odessa, WA - working hours, burials list, pictures and map and GPS locations | People Legacy
- ↑ Marge Womach Interment.net: County Line Cemetery - Lincoln County, Washington