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    Hi! Does anyone have the GPS coordinates to Charleston cemetery that's kind of by Tombstone, AZ? Thanks!

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    In Google maps there are a bunch of history markers at 31.6358, -110.1725. I am surprised that the cemetery isn't labeled among all that.
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    Yeah, that's Millville that the GPS numbers are showing you.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegacorn View Post
    Yeah, that's Millville that the GPS numbers are showing you.....
    Really? I got those from Lat-Long.com and Google Maps says it is Charleston. Did Millville exist at that location before Charleston? Or was it renamed to Charleston? I lean towards the later because Millville doesn't come up. I don't know the area at all, that is why I ask
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamellr View Post
    Really? I got those from Lat-Long.com and Google Maps says it is Charleston. Did Millville exist at that location before Charleston? Or was it renamed to Charleston? I lean towards the later because Millville doesn't come up. I don't know the area at all, that is why I ask

    Millville and Charleston are from the same time, during the heyday of Tombstone when the mines were active....One is across the river from the other, Charleston being the harder one to find....

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    Charleston and Millville were of the same time, one being across the river from the other....both had their heyday same time as Tombstone.....
    Charleston cemetery look about the same as in the pictures from the other thread.....Hard to believe that about 14 people are buried there still.....

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