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Harrison Township Cemetery
Swea City, Kossuth County, Iowa

Lat: 43° 24' 25"N, Lon: 94° 18' 15"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 15.

Contributor's Index:

Blair, Diana, b. Sep 2, 1946, d. Sept 20, 2000, d/o Duane and Elizabeth (Henriksen) Campbell, [JT]
Geerdes, John, b. 1902, d. 1995, husband of Wilhelmina (Katy) Baumann, son of Ralph and Stiennette Geerdes, [KR]
Geerdes, Kevin Isaiah, b. Jul 20, 1967, d. Jul 20, 1967, son of Marlin and Janice Geerdes, [KR] Geerdes, Lee J., b. 1943, d. 1979, son of John and Wilhelmina(Katy)Geerdes , [KR]
Geerdes, Marlin R., b. 1935, d. 1999, husband of Janice Jacobs, son of John and Wilhelmina(Katy) Geerdes, [KR]
Geerdes, Wilbur R., b. 1926, d. 1945, son of John and Wilhelmina(Katy) Geerdes, [KR]
Geerdes, Wilhelmina Marie "Katie", b. Sep 15, 1901, d. Dec 29, 2001, wife of John Ralph, [KR]
Hurlburt, Alfred F., b Aug 14, 1914 Osgood, Ia, d. Dec 23, 2000 Armstrong Iowa, s/o Fred and Ida (Herke) Hurlburt, [JT]
Jacobs, Clarence Isaiah, b. 1898 d. 1967, [KR]
Jacobs, Nancy Louise Baker, b. 1919, d. 1991, [KR]
Olson, Eldora Plath, b. 26 Oct 1909, d. 05 Oct 1991, par: William & Mary (Werling) Helmich, [JT]
Schueler, John H Jr., b. Dec 22, 1913, d. Oct 18, 2000, s/o John H. and Jennie (Hoeck)Schueler Sr., h/o Marjorie (Hammond) Schueler, [JT]
Smith, Muriel "Suze", b. Sep 01, 1918 Grant twp Ledyard, Ia, d. Nov 30, 1999 Atascadero, Ca, d/o William and Isabeella (Ludvigsen) Payne, w/o Kenneth Burleigh Smith, [JT]
Verbrugge, Edith Olsten, d. Jan 2, 1997, w/o John, [JT]
Verbrugge, John Jr, b. May 14, 1911, d. Jan 31 , 2001 s/o John and Wilhelmina (Minaar) Verbrugge, h/o Edith (Olsten), [JT]

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