Town of Tincup History
Community of Tincup History:
Tincup is considered to be an area encompassed by the Tincup Drainage. It is located northeast of Freedom and surrounds Hwy 34 which leads to Soda Springs, Idaho. It's population never was large enough to have been considered a political entity such as a town or township.
Community of Tincup Cemetery History.
The Tincup cemetery was located on the old Haderlie Ranch about 1888. From Freedom, travel North on Lincoln County/State Line Road for 0.9 miles. Turn left (West) on ID-34 and travel for 1.1 miles. Turn left (South) for 0.9 miles. The burial site is located approximately 450 feet to the left (East) along the fence line. The grave site is currently inaccessible (private property). Hearsay states these gravesites were exhumed and moved to Freedom; however, recent investigation does not verify this story. (GPS: 42.991574N 111.064031W).
Another source says this cemetery is 1 mile West of the Idaho State Line.
Another possible Location is: From Freedom, travel North on Lincoln County Line/State Line Road for 0.9 miles. Turn left (West) at ID-34 W and travel for 1.1 miles. Turn left (South) for 0.3 miles. Burial site is located approximately 450 feet to the left (East) along the fence line. Please be aware this is private property. (GPS: 42.991574N 111.064031W)
How Obtained: Unknown
History: The first grave was reputedly dug for a Haderlie child, a brother of Luther Haderlie.