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Berg-Rodminger Family Cemetery
Steele County, North Dakota

NW 1/4 Section 27 Newburgh Township

Lat: 47°36'40"N, Lon: 97°31'53"W

Contributed by Anne Braun Nov 15, 2001 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 16.

From Hatton go 3 miles west on county road 12 1 mile south on dirt and gravel road and 1/2 mile west on grass dirt road. Turn in a road near a farmstead and it is about 1/4 west of the farmstead in the back of the woods.

It is a pioneer cemetery with the Berg and Rodminger Families buried there. It is sadly neglected with broken headstones and terrible underbrush.

Not to be confused with the Rodminger burial site. The difference between the two cemeteries is that at the burial site there is only one grave and headstone while the cemetery is fenced with about 10 headstones in it. The cemetery is probably about 3/4 mile northwest of the other burial site.

- Anne Braun

Berg, Anne, fodt den 5 Mar 1879, dod 30 Jun 1882
Berg, Brigit, b. 24 Jun 1827, d. 24 Jan 1903
Berg, Halvor N., fodt 29 Jun 1883, dod 27 Feb 1902
Berg, Halvor, b. 19 Feb 1829, d. 2 Feb 1881, age 51 years, 11 months, 13 days
Berg, Hannah, b. 1891, d. 1959
Berg, Hans, b. 1852, d. 1929
Berg, Micholai, b. and d. 1893
Berg, N. H., b. 1856, d. 1945
Rodminger, Alfred, b. Sep 16 1878, d. Apr 12 1887
Rodminger, Andrias, fodt 1 Dec 1884, dode 8 Jun 1885
Rodminger, Barbro, b. 1850, d. 1893, Mother
Rodminger, Ellred Odre, dode 10 Aug 1882
Rodminger, Klara, Dode den 6 Mar 1882, age 11 months and 24 days
Rodminger, Lina, b. Nov 5 1880, d. Apr 17 1882, s/w Alfred
Rodminger, Oscar, b. Apr 3 1878, d. Apr 30 1883, son of A and B Rodminger
Rodminger, Rognilda A., Dode den 21 Aug 1878, age 3 years, 4 months, 28 days

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