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Addison Evangelical Congregational Cemetery
Cass County, North Dakota

GPS: 46.775078, -97.096030
SE ¼ Section 10 Addison Township

44th St. SE (County Rd 6) & 161st Ave SE
Durbin, ND 58021

Contributed by Anne Braun [annieb1961@comcast.net], Apr 12, 2002, last updated Aug 12, 2002.
Total records = 12.

Driving Directions

From Kindred ND, County Rd 15 for 9mi north to intersection of 15 & 6. From the intersection of County Roads 15 and 6, go 4 miles west on County Road 6. It is on the north side of the road.

Cemetery Description

It is a small cemetery that was once used as a church cemetery. Most of the burials in the cemetery are of German descent.

Cemetery Records

Records below were compiled by Anne Braun from tombstone inscriptions during a visit to the cemetery on Mar 29 2002, and having completed the survey in Aug 2002. Information from "Cemeteries of Cass County (Southern Half)" by Red River Genealogical Society 1972, was also used.

Blanchard, William, b. Aug 4 1857, d. Sep 24 1906
Krumm, John H., b. Jul 2 1900, d. Jan 24 1914, son of August and Mary Krumm
Linder, Louise, b. 1870, d. 1906
Nickerson, Baby, b. and d. Oct 14 1922
Sauteben, Adella, b. Jul 27 1853, d. Sep 22 1934
Sauteben, Edward, b. May 24 1852, d. Jun 12 1937
Sauteben, Fred G., b. Mar 22 1886, d. Oct 19 1887, s/o Edward and Adella
Sauteben, Luella Adella, b. Aug 24 1892, d. Mar 10 1909, Age 16 years 6 months and 16 days
Schwarz, August Frederick, geb den 24 Oct 1825, gest den 27 Marz 1892, zu (born in) Penkun Preusen
Schwarz, Charles P., b. Nov 4 1918, d. May 23 1928
Suchow, Matilda Blanchard, b. Aug 27 1858, d. Sep 15 1908
Zimmerman, Naomi A., b. Apr 8 1904, d. Nov 24 1905, Our Baby

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