Publication History

Tombstone Inscriptions of El Paso County, Colorado

Version 1.0 was released 23 January 2001.

Version 2.0 was released 11 April 2001. Added were 1,796 names from the "H" portion of the Evergreen Cemetery alphabet. They were missing from Version 1.0 due to a faulty original floppy disk. Also included are corrections of a few typographical and spacing errors and additional information from Bonnie King (4406 Ridgecrest Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80918; (719) 260-8518) on her Vandenbergh ancestors buried in Eastonville Cemetery.

Version 2.01 was released 30 May 2001. A problem with the Sons of Israel Cemetery database was fixed.

On 21 February 2002 the society's web page URL was changed.

On 30 August 2002, a name was added to the Lenardt Cemetery and two Phay markers were edited in Fairview at Colorado Springs.

Tombstone Inscriptions of El Paso County and Teller County, Colorado

Version 1.0 was released 11 September 2002. It adds the Teller County cemetery data to the 2.01 El Paso County CD.

On 12 October 2002, a correction was made to the HOOD/HAAS entries in the Woodland Park database.

On 31 October 2002, an addition was made to the PRESS entry in Antioch Cemetery, El Paso County, per Sharon BURTON PRESS,

On 13 January 2005, additional entries were made to Mount Pisgah and Sunnyside cemeteries and Other and FOE categories were added, all from information provided by Jan MacKell of the Cripple Creek District Museum. Version number changed to 2.0.

On 22 February 2005, Art Tremayne profile was added to Mount Pisgah, Teller County, page.

In May and June 2006, the Ascension and Bethel Lutheran Church columbariums were added, material was added to the Capps and Harkens pages in the El Paso County section, names were added to various Teller County cemeteries, and the Teller World War II deaths information was added. Also, we learned that Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and St. Mary's Catholic Church in Colorado Springs have built columbariums, but currently there are no interments in either.

On 20 April 2007, added were the Evergreen reclaimed names list, the Greenfield page, the 2006 St. Benedict update by Barbara Neilon, and the Woodland Park timeline and names list.

In June 2007, Jan MacKell, director of the Cripple Creek District Museum, provided information for the newly found Cripple Creek Mortuary Books I and J, the Victor Order of the Eastern Star ledger index, and additional additions and corrections for Teller County material.

On 12 July 2008, we added the Heller Graves page.

In February 2010, Jan MacKell Collins, director of the Cripple Creek District Museum, provided information on the Robst grave, Mount Pisgah updates, and additional changes.

In January 2011, we added the Jacob Maring and Mary Charlotte Crow (Table Rock) information and updated the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun page.