National Registry Property
Located at 225 S. Washington Street
The Wickenburg Historical Preservation Society, is in sole ownership of the Henry Wickenburg Home and Cemetery. Home tours are available by appointment or by chance. The home will be open Monday-Saturday, during Gold Rush Week.
Who Is Buried Here?
Henry Wickenburg - TOWN FOUNDER
Henry Cowell - First Mayor
Lydia Cowell - Mayor’s Wife
James C. Todd -Mayor’s Brother-In-Law
William Wise - Friend and Partner of Henry Wickenburg
James Chase - Original Member of the famed Walker Party and close friend of Henry Wickenburg
One unknown - Noted on large tomb
Donated by: John Augustine
Appraised by: Tom Watt
Livery materials donated by Jim Swift
Made possible by the Questers-Wickenburg Pioneer #1496
(John Deere Wagon is located at the Henry Wickenburg Home.)
The principal purpose of the Corporation shall be to conduct research and provide education and information concerning the history of the Town of Wickenburg and its vicinity, to acquire, manage and improve historical sites in the community, and to work in conjunction with other civic organizations to preserve, protect and interpret the history of the community. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Corporation shall have the power to engage in other activity permitted to a non-profit corporation qualified pursuant to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code as a tax exempt entity.
Cindy Thrasher, President-Town Historian
Skip Blunt, Vice President
Nadean Pearl, Secretary
Susie Roberts, Treasurer
Dave Echeverria, Director
Jocelyn Nevers, Director