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Goos Cemetery
Roseau, Roseau County, Minnesota

Lat: 48° 46 12"N, Lon: 95° 36' 39"W
Malung Twp, T161N R39W Sec 1

Contributed by Marjorie Broten, Nov 22, 2009, last edited Nov 23, 2009 [mjbroten@wiktel.com]. Total records = 6.

From the intersection of Highways 11, 89 & 310 at Roseau, you will drive east on Hwy 11 thru the city of Roseau, approx 6 miles from that point you will come to County Road 129 on your right hand side (south) turn here and drive approx 3 miles, you will than watch for Goos Farm sign on a large rock, you will need permission from the landowner, prior to going thru his property to get to the cemetery.

This pioneer cemetery started in the early 1900s noted to be on one-half acre of land owned by the Claus Goos Homestead 1896 family. It is on private land owned by Earle Goos, in good condition, and is no longer used for burials.

I walked this cemetery on Nov 19, 2009. This transcription is complete and includes the reading of the 2 existing stones. I have used a digital camera for pictures.

- Marjorie Broten

Legend:
b. = born
d. = died
d/o = daughter of
( ) = author's comments
s/o = son of
s/w = shares stone with
w/o = wife of

Carsey, Mrs. Selden, no dates, w/o Selden
Carsey, Selden, b. 8 Mar 1859, d. 16 Feb 1910
Chapin, John Q., b. 1827, d. 1900, Inscribed on headstone Co. L. 26th N Y Cav
Comstock, Edward Eugene, b. 23 Aug 1893, d. 16 Feb 1910, born in Germany, uncle to Robert Comstock
Goos, Claus, b. 4 Apr 1847, d. 23 Jul 1908, came to America in 1852, h/o Dorothea Asthmus, Children Rudolph Edward George Laura Minnie, all deceased, Grandfather to Earle Morris Ronald, deceased are Luverne Merle Norma Lorna
Taylor, Mr., no dates, (noted as a relative by marriage to the Comstock family

Misc:

-Unknown graves of 4 other people that are told to be here, no names, dates, or markers.
-(Due to the aging of the lettering & numbers on stones, new inscribed plates with the same inscribed information from the stones have been put in place by Earle Goos).

Ref: -Atlas of 1913, 1935, 1942, 1960
-Interviewed history with Earle Goos
-Pioneers I & II
-Remembrances Anthology of RC MN
-Roseau County Heritage Book 1992
-Roseau County Highway Map 2000
-Roseau County Court House
-Roseau County Museum

 

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