Cemetery established March 14, 1868 ABELL, JOHN EMERY, born March 28, 1837, died April 1, 1902 ABELL, MARY ELLEN FULLER, his wife, born Jan. 21, 1841, died April 4, 1913 ANDREAS, JOHANN, born in Kl. Mansdorf, West Preussen, 8′ September, 1802, died Mount Pleasant, Iowa, 11th January, 1877 ANDREAS, FRAU ANNA, born Krebsfelde, W. Preussen,
The Jindra Cemetery, laid out in 1873, was known as Maple Grove Cemetery. It is situated on the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 2, township 7, north of range 4, east of the 6th P. M. Saline county, Nebraska., being approximately one and one-half miles south and east of Crete. The above
Horton Cemetery is located on the northeast corner of the south-east quarter of section two, township eight, range two, seven and onehalf miles northeast of Fairmont. The plot was donated by Jonathan Horton. There is a total of sixty-one graves. Cemetery is fenced. The thirty-seven marked graves are: ATTKINSON, FRANK, d. Mch. 27, 1883, age
The plot for this cemetery was donated by Timothy Fitzpatrick and was platted by John D. Jenkins in 1876-1877. It is located on the northwest quarter of section 29, one-half mile east of Fairmont, Nebr. Approximately 30 graves are marked. Among those interred here are: CONRY , John B. b. 1803, Ireland, d. Sept. 4,
Copied by Gilbert Harry Doane, A.B., Lincoln, Nebraska (Original text is all single spaced & in small type.) These inscriptions were copied in October, 1930, and checked in March, 1931. Those marked with an asterisk (*) represent “undertakers’ markers”, i. e. a card inscribed with the name, date of death, and age of the deceased,
Among those buried in Yankee Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Nebr. were: Cummings, Sarah. wife of James L. Cummings, d. Apr. 22, 1886, age 65 yrs. 4 da. Cummings, W. H. 1847-1907. Fraass, Emma W. 1873-1905. Giles, Maria M, wife of John Giles d. Apr. 15. 1867, age 32 yrs. 6 mo. 5 days. Hoack, Henry, Dec.
Roe Cemetery, Fairmont, Fillmore County, Nebraska The plot for the first cemetery near Fairmont, Nebr., was donated by Poly Roe, about 1872. It is located on the northwest quarter of section 6, three and one-half miles north of Fairmont. The earliest burials were here; later the bodies were removed to the Fairmont Cemetery; eight or
Copied by Gilbert Harry Doane, A.B. The cemetery at Rock Bluff, Nebraska, lies on a hill over looking the village and the Missouri River. It is reported that there are many unmarked graves in this, one of the oldest cemeteries in Nebraska. In the following list of inscriptions and burials some of the data enclosed
Funeral services for Albert Davis, 90 of Bronson, who died Tuesday at a hospital after a long illness, will be at 1:20 p.p. Thursday at Elliott Creek Presbyterian church at Bronson. Rev. Walter Smith will officiate. Burial will be in Logan Park Cemetery in Sioux City under direction of the W. Harry Christy Morningside funeral
Amos Hinsdale Plumb is one of the children of the late Senator Preston B. Plumb and Caroline (Southwick) Plumb. He was born at Emporia, January 31, 1869, He was educated in the public schools of Emporia and the Kansas State University at Lawrence. Mr. Plumb’s chief business activities have been in real estate and mining.