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Ebenezer Methodist Evangelical Cemetery
Walsh County, North Dakota

Lat: 48° 23' 01"N, Lon: 97° 15' 21"W
Acton Twp, R52W, SE¼ Sec 30

Contributed by Anne Braun, Sep 09, 2001, last edited Jun 27, 2006 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 12.

From Warsaw, go 6 miles north and 1 mile west of from the junction of I-29 and Highway 17 go 3 miles west and 3 miles south.

Because of the poor condition of the cemetery and the high grass I could only find 6-8 headstones, when I visited Aug 27, 2001. This is an abandoned and not longer used cemetery. I have included additional names from Cemeteries of Walsh County.

According to the Cemeteries of Walsh County, the name they gave it as Abandoned or Formerly Methodist of Evangelical. However I obtain a deed to the land and on Apr 6, 1888, John and Elizabeth Dipple who owned the land sold it to Ebenezer Church for one dollar. At one time, there was a church, a school, and the cemetery in the same location. The church and the school no longer exist.

- Anne Braun

Crittenden, Charles W, d. Oct 30, 1889, age 29 years
Dipple, Anna, b. Feb 2, 1866, d. Sep 22, 1887
Dipple, Cecil C, b. Apr 21 1897, d. Jun 6, 1897
Dipple, Georgiana, d. Nov 1889, s/w Lovina
Dipple, Lovina, d. Sep 1892, (baby) s/w Georgiana
McMurchie, James H, b. Oct 9, 1885, d. Mar 7, 1895, Son of Neil and Margaret
Schrank, Bertha, b. May 8, 1849, d. Aug 18, 1898
Schrank, Gustiena, b. May 1, 1818, d. Mar 14, 1883, s/w William
Schrank, William, b. Jan 1, 1820, d. Apr 20, 1910, s/w Gustiena
Vespermann, Emma O, geb 22 Juni 1867, gest 28 Mai 1888
Weir, Alma, d. Oct 1, 1892, age 11 days, Daughter of John and Susanna
Weir, Irrena Thressa, d. May 24, 1888, age 3 years and 15 days, Daughter of John and Susanna
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