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Golliet Cemetery
Gardner, Cass County, North Dakota

GPS: 47.19257, -97.006042
NW 1/4 Section 22 Kinyon Township

1509-1531 165th Ave SE
Gardner, ND 58036

Contributed by Anne Braun [annieb1961@comcast.net], Sep 04, 2001, last updated Nov 10, 2001
Total records = 9.

Driving Directions

From Gardner, go 2 miles west on County Road 26 and 2 3/4 miles north on gravel road.

Cemetery Description

It is a small cemetery with the remains of three families buried there. The last burial took place in 1937. The cemetery is in bad condition with tall grass hindering the markers, a broken fence and a broken gate.

Cemetery Records

Records below were compiled from tombstone inscriptions by Anne Braun during a visit to the cemetery on October 3, 2001, and again on October 22. Information from "Cemeteries of Cass County (North Half)" by Red River Genelogical Society, 1971 updated 1990, used by permission.

While cleaning up the cemetery, Anne noticed Frank Wilcox's name on the other side of the headstone where Almeda, Marien, and baby Wilcox are.

Drake, Almer, b. 6 Aug 1897, d. 2 Jun 1898
Drake, Mary Anne, b. 7 May 1859, d. 30 Apr 1904, s/w Almer
Tenborg, Anna (Golliet), b. 15 Aug 1847, d. 22 May 1937
Tenborg, Martha Cora, b. 28 Feb 1878, d. 26 Mar 1898
Tenborg, Martin, b. 27 Feb 1833, d. 10 Jan 1903
Wilcox, Almeda, b. 9 Oct 1857, d. 26 Mar 1898, s/w Baby & Marion
Wilcox, Baby, b. 30 May 1897, d. 13 Jun 1897, s/w Almeda & Marion
Wilcox, Frank L., b. 21 Jul 1874, d. 17 Jun 1903, s/w Almeda, Marien, and Baby Wilcox
Wilcox, Marion, b. 16 Dec 1880, d. 6 Mar 1900, s/w Almeda & Baby

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