The Tombstone City Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 1800 of our citizens who have died since 1884. It is free to visit and there are many graves of the original city pioneers located here.
What is today the Boothill Graveyard was opened in 1878 as just the Tombstone Cemetery. It was closed in 1884 because it was full and a new cemetery was opened. The cemetery was renamed Boothill Graveyard in the 1920’s to appeal to the growing tourism business. It is not known how many Jews lived in…
Albert Blair and Samuel Barrow were cousins who suffered the worst death imaginable. This is their story.
The legend of Nino Cochise is incredible, but was he really the man he claimed to be?
Boothill Graveyard is one of the first stops for many guests in Tombstone. This post introduces Boothill, including a “roll call” of all the people buried there.