This unique cemetery area has approximately 26 separate units. Three of the cemeteries (New City, Old City, and Memorial Gardens) are owned and operated by the City of Roslyn. The other 23 are privately owned by various fraternal organizations, some of which are no longer in Roslyn. Several cemeteries, therefore, have no existing formal documentation or maintenance. This means that the cemetery books by the KCGS list only those graves which are marked legibly or are recorded in documentation. The boundaries between the Druid, Cacciatori D'Africa, and Foresters cemeteries are not well-defined and interested searchers should investigate all three of those cemeteries.
The Kittitas County Genealogical Society cemetery index has listings both alphabetical and by grave location. The oldest grave appears to be that of John B. Bourges (d. Nov 29, 1888) in Old Cemetery. Roslyn Cemeteries include many ethnic groups: Austrian, Belgian, Black, Chinese, Croatian, Czechoslovakian, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Lithuanian, Montenegrin (Jugoslavian), Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Scottish, Servian, Slovonian, Swedish, Syrian, and Welsh.