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Cherne Cugnet Cemetery
Warroad, Roseau County, Minnesota

Lat: 48° 53' 59"N, Lon: 95° 18 31"W
T163N R36W Section 33

Contributed by Marjorie Broten, Jul 18, 2009, last edited Feb 11, 2011 [mjbroten@wiktel.com]. Total records = 10.

From the intersection of Highway 11 and Lake Street in Warroad, continue south on Hwy 11, you will cross over the bridge and watch for Washington Street Southeast, turn left (east) cross over the railroad tracks and follow this street to the end of the road. Here you will turn right (south), you will see the cemetery on your left or east side of road, turn into the crossing.

This cemetery is surrounded by a wire fence, gates and is in good condition. The cemetery is owned and is maintained by the Cherne Family. The house remaining on the property belonged to the Cherne Family. The Cugnet family has the distinction of the first white family to settle in the area in 1894, daughter Emily was the first white child born in Warroad.

I walked this cemetery on May 14, 2009. This transcription is complete and includes the reading of existing gravestones. I have used a digital camera for pictures.

- Marjorie Broten

Cherne, Anthony George, b. 17 Nov 1889, d. 27 Sep 1979, Beloved husband of Emily Evelyn Cugnet Cherne, Father
Cherne, Emily Evelyn, b. 4 Oct 1895, d. 6 Oct 1970, Beloved wife of Anthony G. Cherne, Mother, d/o Louis & Emily Cugnet
Cugnet, Albert F., b. 1 Jan 1903, d. 30 Jul 1959
Cugnet, Emily G., b. 18 Jan 1858(1853), d. 20 Jul 1935, w/o Louis Cugnet
Cugnet, Louis, b. 25 Jun 1844, d. 7 Sep 1911, Father
Cugnet, Louis Joseph, b. 25 Jun 1894, d. 7 Jul 1909, s/o Louis
Cugnet, Pierre H., b. 28 Mar 1901, d. 17 Jun 1970, Pvt 163 Depot Brigade WWI
Cugnet, Richard, b. 11 Feb 1898, d. 23 Jun 1906. At Rest
Hogan, Jerretta Cherne, b. 1 Aug 1922, d. 29 Jan 2009, d/o Anthony & Emily Cherne, Beloved wife of Dennis Hogan, Mother of Diane & Dennis Jr.
Noble, James, d. Aug 1902, s/o Mrs. Louis Cugnet

Ref:
-Atlas of 1913, 1935, 1942
-Pioneers I & II
-Remembrances Anthology of RC MN
-Roseau County Heritage Book 1992
-Roseau County Highway Map 2008
-Roseau County Court House
-Roseau County Museum
-Warroad Heritage Center & Museum

 

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