Pleasant View Cemetery
Clackamas County, Oregon
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 Contacts and Links
Cemetery Mailing Address:     Pleasant View Cemetery
                                                P.O. Box 141
                                                Sherwood, OR  97140
Cemetery Street Address:     Pleasant View Cemetery
                                             14250 SW Westfall Road
                                             Sherwood, OR  97140
Corrections and Additions
If you have corrections or additional information important to the history of any individuals in the cemetery please email them to the link above. If you have an obituary please scan and email it.  Mention the paper and date if you know where it was published.  If you know other biographical information or the relationship of this individual to others in the cemetery, mention that as well.  Please also mention if you know this person was a war veteran, a pioneer, or a person of local historical note.  If you have a photo you would like posted of this person or persons, email a digital copy with identifying information.  Sample.
Charlotte Lehan, Webmaster
A descendent of seven generations of residents of Pleasant View Cemetery, Charlotte is a past Clackamas County Commissioner and past mayor of the City of Wilsonville.  She has long been interested in seeing this piece of pioneer history restored and preserved.  If you can help with additional material, research, or have questions about monument care or restoration, she would love to hear from you.  She can be contacted through this website or you can call her at 503-313-8040.
Julie Edy, Cemetery Sexton
Julie took over as sexton of the cemetery after long-time caretaker, Joe Taylor, was no longer able to attend to it.  She is the one to contact regarding plot ownership and availability issues, service and burial arrangements, or new monument placement. You can reach her by email with the link here or you can call her at 503-625-7005.
Oregon Historic Cemeteries Association  The OHCA is an association of cemetery advocates from around the state.  The OHCA site includes lots of information and resources for cemetery work and research.  Find out about current state programs that are in place to protect Oregon pioneer cemeteries through the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
Association for Gravestone Studies  The AGS is an international non-profit organization that advocates for the study and preservation of gravestones and burial grounds.  One of the best sources for the latest best practices in stone conservation.
Graves Matter   Cemetery Mapping and Consulting Services, as well as monument cleaning and restoration services.  Charlotte Lehan and Elerina Aldamar can help with individual family monuments or restoration plans for a whole cemetery.  Click or call for more information.  503-313-8040.
Willamette Memorials   Located in Hubbard, Oregon.  They have also done work for us at Pleasant View.  They do all sorts of monument work, both new and restoration or additional engraving.  503-981-3979
Attrell's Located in Sherwood and Newberg, Attrell's provides a full range of funeral, memorial, and monument services and has served families at Pleasant View Cemetery for many years. 
Oregon Memorials  Located in Hillsboro, Oregon, Oregon Memorials is one of several memorial stone companies in the Portland area.  Most of our monument restoration work has been done by them.  If you need to order a marker or add additional text to an existing family stone this is a good place to start for information and ideas regarding monuments.  503-648-3596
Salem Pioneer Cemetery This website is one of the best examples of a fully accessible archive for a pioneer cemetery with an active organization.  If you are submitting additional information about family members, visit this site for ideas on the kinds of information and sources to include.
Civil War Soldier Lists  This site is part of the National Park Service and is a place to look up individuals to verify service in the Civil War. 
Oregon Pioneers  Here is a site with lots of information and lists of individuals who crossed on the Oregon Trail.  You may be able to confirm pioneer status and crossing dates here from the emigrant lists. 
OPB Timeline of Events in the West This site was suggested by students in an after school program in Apple Creek, Ohio who were researching Western settlement.  It is a detailed timeline by the decades that can help put genealogic research in perspective. 
Steph's Corner features links to Oregon Pioneer Cemeteries and Oregon History, especially Marion County history. 
Pioneer Travel on the Oregon Trail includes links to a number of sites with more information, maps, provision lists and more. 
Seeley Genealogical Society  This site is an excellent compilation of Seely family info, which is one of the main surnames at Pleasant View Cemetery.