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Greenwood Cemetery
Muscatine, Muscatine County, Iowa

T76N R6W Sec 3
Lat: 41° 25' 09"N, Lon: 91° 04' 04"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 11.

Contributor's Index:

Stein, Anna Barbara, b. 10 Nov 1790, d. 18 Jan 1861, w/o Abraham Stein, d/o Johann & Catharine (Latschaa) Gerberich, [SH]
Stein, Anna Catherine, b. 3 Mar 1823, d. 5 Jun 1901, w/o Simon Gerberich Stein, d/o Matthias & Anna Maria (Haberin) Bernthiesel, [SH]
Stein, Clarissa Ormiston, b. 3 Nov 1866, d. 20 Jun 1922, w/o Simon Gerberich Stein II, d/o Syephen Payson & Frances Phoebe (Gillett) Sawyer, [SH]
Stein, Harrison Tyler, b. 28 Jan 1841, d. 22 Mar 1916, h/o Julia Gertrude (Hoover), s/o John Gerberich & Lucy Anna (Berntheisel) Stein, [SH]
Stein, Jessie Waugh, b. Mar 1896, d. 20 Mar 1959, w/o Simon Gerberich Stein, III, d/o Edward G & ? Eldridge, [SH]
Stein, John Gerberich, b. 18 Aug 1811, d. 27 Jan 1872, h/o Lucy Anna (Berntheisel), s/o Abraham & Anna Barbara (Gerberich) Stein, [SH]
Stein, Samuel Sawyer, b. 5 Mar 1903, d. 10 May 1924, s/o Simon Gerberich & Clarissa Ormiston (Sawyer) Stein, II, [SH]
Stein, Simon Gerberich, b. Mar 1817, d. 12 Jan 1892, h/o Anna Catherine (Berntheisel), s/o Abraham & Anna Barbara (Gerberich) Stein, [SH]
Stein, Simon Gerberich II, b. 12 Dec 1861, d. 3 Dec 1926, h/o Clarissa Ormiston (Sawyer), s/o Simon Gerberich & Anna Catharine (Bernthiesel) Stein, [SH]
Stein, Simon Gerberich III, b. 6 Feb 1897, d. 6 Oct 1978, h/o Jessie Waugh (Eldridge) & Gladys Evelyn (Sheppard), s/o Simon Gerberich & Clarissa Ormiston (Sawyer) Stein, II, [SH]
Stein, Zachariah Winfield, b. 5 May 1848, d. 17 May 1848, s/o John Gerberich & Lucy Anna (Berntheisel) Stein, [SH]

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