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Zion Cemetery
Athol, Smith County, Kansas

Lat: 39° 50' 38"N, Lon: 98° 55' 00"W
Pleasant Twp, Sec 29

Contributed by Beth Gillis, Jun 22, 2006 [rbgillis@ruraltel.net]. Total records = 16.

To reach this cemetery from Athol, from K8 & US 36 Hwy go north on K8 for 5 miles to 120 Rd. Go East to I Rd. Go North 1/4 mile and it sits on west side of the road.

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the Zion Lutheran Church. It dates back to the early 1900s and is still used today. It is very neat and well maintained.

Robert Gillis and I visited this cemetery in May of 2006. This includes all visible and legible stones or markers.

- Beth Gillis

Caspers, Herman J., b. 1889, d. 1964
Caspers, Tena L., b. 1888, d. 1981
Fiene, Claude H., b. 9 Sep 1915, d. 3 Dec 1995, s/w Elva I. Fiene
Fiene, Elva I., b. 2 Apr 1917, d. 9 Feb 2003, s/w Claude H. Fiene
Holthus, Allen (Tanck), b. Dec 1991, d. Dec 1994, son of John & Laura Holthus
Holthus, Fred H., b. 9 Nov 1899, d. 2 Oct 1971, s/w Laura M. Holthus
Holthus, Laura M., b. 16 Nov 1913, d. ??, s/w Fred H. Holthus
Tuxhorn John W., b. 1904, d. 1937, s/w Tillie Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Alice, b. 19 Apr 1870, d. 16 May 1959, s/w Herman Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, George, b. 1873, d. 1936, s/w Martha Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Herman, b. 17 Apr 1866, d. 19 Apr 1934, s/w Alice Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Martha, b. 1884, d. 1923, s/w George Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Scharlotte Johanne Dorthea, b. 23 Jun 1847, d. 14 Feb 1916, s/w Herman Henrich Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Tillie, b. 1910, d. 1926, s/w John W. Tuxhorn
Tuxhorn, Herman Henrich, b. 1 Mar 1842, d. 16 Apr 1922, s/w Scharlotte Johanne Dorthea Tuxhorn
Wehe, Ernest L., b. ??, d. 1928
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