This is a small cemetery, on what was known as the George Race Homestead. It was dedicated as a cemetery in 1919, with possible earlier burials. The last known burial was in 1922. As of 2009, the site was over grown and difficult to find, with only one cement cross remaining. It is on private property and not accessible to the public, but was designated as a historical site by the State of Washington.
"George Frederick Race, 75, who came to Port Angeles in 1888 and resided here until his death, passed away Sunday evening after an illness of 8 days. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed and will be announced later by the McDonald Funeral Home. Mr. Race was born June 15, 1864, in Milwaukee, WI. At the age of 18 he moved to California and later went to Seattle. From Seattle he came to Port Angeles in 1888. He was married to Electy N Dresser in Seattle in 1890. She died in September of this year."
Mr. Race followed the profession of papering and paperhanging and cooking and had a farm in the Mount Pleasant district. He had many friends in Port Angeles and vicinity thorough his long years of residence here."
Port Angeles Daily News obituary 11/27/1939. He is buried in Mount Angeles Memorial Park.
In 2009, it was suggested as a community project, but apparently, no action was taken. From newspaper accounts and oral history, there may have been up to 24 burials, but only 9 have been identified. Clallam County Genealogy Society has some photos and a list of the identified burials, with names, birth dates, death dates, and when known, birthplaces and parent names.