Amador County’s Historic Cemeteries were first started when the earliest settlers came into the Mother Lode at the time of the Gold Rush. Within these cemeteries are found members of the indigenous population, Americans, and immigrants from the Europe, Asia, and Latin America. They were the founders of our community, the backbone upon which the county was built.
The Pine Grove Cemetery is located in Pine Grove. From hwy 88 , South on Irish Town Road; on left .1 mile.
Harry Bluett Liversedge (1894-1951)
Brig. Gen. USMC. Served in World Wars I and II. On Feb. 23, 1945, Col. Liversedge led the 28th Marine Regiment in the capture of Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, and the famous flag raising that inspired the Marine Memorial Monument at Arlington.
William W. Stewart (1844-1936)
Served in Company I, 2nd Minnesota Infantry during the Civil War. He was the last surviving Civil War veteran in Amador County.
- 14090 Irish Town Road
- Pine Grove, CA 95665
- Amador, ,