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Location: Fillmore County NE

Horton Cemetery, Fairmont, Fillmore County, Nebraska

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 4 yrs., 20 days. BAIR, MATTIE, d. Oct. 28, 1875 age 8 mos., 5 days. BIVENS, JOHNEY, b. July 11, 1882, d. Dec. 9, 1883. BIVENS, EARL, d. Nov. 10, 1886, age 1 yr., 2 mo., 21 days. BIVENS, MINERVA, b. Sept. 13, 1868, d. Mch. 22, 1901. BIVENS, MARION, d. Dec. 9, 1894, age 9 mos., 21 days. DART, JOHN, d. Oct. 6, 1908, age 77 yrs., 10 mos., 23 days. EMIGH, MRS. CHRIS, b. 1840, d. Sept 3, 1882. EMIGH, JOHN, d. Mch. 19 1874, age 8 mos., 21 days. EMIGH, NELLIE, d. Oct. 26, 1881, age 4 yrs., 11 mos., 20 days. EMIGH, IRVIN, d. June 30, 1980 age 3 mos., 3 days. FIGARD, AARON, d. (sic) Mch. 25, 1845 d. Apr. 17, 1920. FRAZIER, FLORA, d. June 4, 1884, age 13 yrs., 16 mos., 11 days. HAUCKS, MANDA, d. Mch. 15, 1886, age 33 yrs., 1 mo. HORTON, NANCY b. Apr. 8, 1809, d. June 6, 1886. HORTON, EZKIEL, b. June 23, 1819, d. Mch. 12, 1891. HORTON, LIMON, b....

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Catholic Cemetery, Fairmont, Fillmore County, Nebraska

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, 1883, aged 80 yrs., 2 mos., 11 days COLMAN, John b. 1832, Ireland, d. 1902. FITZPATRICK, Timothy b. June 8, 1840, Ireland, d. May 9, 1915. JENKINS, John D. b. Nov. 15, 1846, England, d. May 14, 1897. LYNCH, Andrew b. Feby. 2, 1825, Ireland, d. Oct. 27, 1887. Cemetery fenced; well preserved. -Contributed by Roxy V....

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Protestant Cemetery, Fairmont, Fillmore County, Nebraska

One June 2, 1879, the B. & M. R. R. Co. issued a warranty deed to the city of Fairmont, Nebr., for a consideration of $120 to the ten acres (40 rods by 40 rods) in the south west comer of the south east quarter of section 29, township 8, range 3. This cemetery is located approximately one mile south east of Fairmont. Among those buried here are: ALDRICH, MRS. P. M. b. 1834, d. 1876. AMMERMAN, JOHN MASON b. Apr. 12, 1802, Newburg, N. Y., d. May 8, 1885. (Real Son). BINGHAM, ELI b. May 7, 1817, d. Apr. 6, 1882. BLACK, DELONZON M. b. Mch. 25, 1849, d. June 19, 1878. CARNEY, ELIZABETH S. b. Aug. 13, 1839, d. May 28, 1878. CARSON, WM. MURRAY, b. Nov. 8, 1814, d. July 2, 1897. CUMMINGS, W. B. b. Feby. 26, 1811, d. June 22, 1887. FARRAR, MARGARET M. b. Sept. 15, 1804, d. Dec. 5, 1891. GAYLORD, S. G. b. Dec. 25, 1812, d. Aug. 9, 1875. GLEASON, MRS. BETSY A. b. Feby. 13, 1835, d. Jany. 23, 1879. HENTHORN, MAGGIE E. b. Aug. 17, 1834, d. Apr. 19, 1875. HERRINGTON, CLARK b. July 10, 1804, Bennington, Vt., d. Jany. 3, 1895. (Real Son). JACKSON, PHOEBE SHERMAN b. Feby. 21, 1809, d. Feby. 5, 1899. KEITH, M. H. b. Jany. 14, 1811, d. Oct. 30, 1887. LIVINGSTON, STEPHEN...

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Biography of George F. Zerzan, M. D.

George F. Zerzan, M. D. With his home and practice at Holyrood since 1905, Doctor Zerzan is a man of conspicuous success not only in his profession but by the rapidity with which he had accumalated important business interests. Doctor Zerzan is not yet forty and it would seem that his substantial achiovements to date predieate a splendid success as the form of his life’s activities. Doctor Zerzan was born at Schuyler, Nebraska, August 23, 1878. He is of Bohemian parentage and ancestry. His grandfather, Joseph Zerzan, was born in Bohemia in 1818, served his time in the Bohemian army, was a tailor by trade, and in 1851 brought his family to America and settled at Cedar Rapids, Lows, where he continued to follow his trade until his death in 1888. His son, Joseph Zerzan, father of Doctor Zerzan, was born in Bohemis, Austria, in 1849, and was three years of age when his parents brought him to America. He grew up and married at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, moved from there to Omaha and later to Schuyler, Nebraska, and in that town was a hardware merehant and afterwards in the real estate and insurance business. He died at Schuyler in 1915. He gave much time to the two great fraternal orders, the Modern Woodmen of America and Ancient Order of United Workmen. He traveled as an organizer for these...

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