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Mennonite Church Cemetery
Walsh County, North Dakota

Lat: 48° 24' 50"N, Lon: 97° 36' 13"W
Fertile SW 1/4 Section 16

Contributed by Anne Braun, Jul 15, 2001, last edited May 23, 2007 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 24.

From Park River, go 7 miles east on Highway 17(Park St). The church is on the north side of the road with the cemetery next to it.

This cemetery belongs to the Mennonite Church of God in Christ Community who lives in that area. The cemetery is small but it is well taken care of.

Reference: Cemeteries of Walsh County Volume 27 Red River Genelogical Society 1990.

- Anne Braun

Amoth, Andrea Sue, b. 1988, d. 1989
Carlson, Simon, b. Mar 23 1894, d. Oct 23 1923
Fricke, Evelyn, b. 1924, no death date
Fricke, Marion, b. 1925, d. 1995
Keller, Josie Mastre, b. Apr 21 1901, d. Dec 22 1922
Koehn, Allen M., b. 1927, d. 1986
Koehn, Baby Boy, b. and d. Jan 9 1996, s/o Lynn and Vickie Koehn
Koehn, Douglas Dean, b. 1950, d. 1973
Koehn, Lamay, b. 1930, no death date, s/w Allen
Mastre, Elizabeth, b. May 23 1905, d. Sep 25 1997
Mastre, James Lars, b. Jul 12 1864, d. Apr 8 1922
Min, Clifford, b. 1905, d. 1963
Mininger, Dora C. Mastre, b. Apr 23 1896, d. Feb 17 1998
Sundberg, Curtis Allen, b. May 12 1963, d. May 14 1963
Sundberg, Leanna Fricke, b. 1927, d. 1994, s/w Stanley
Sundberg, Rose Marie, b. Mar 10 1958, d. Mar 12 1958, s/w Curtis Allen
Sundberg, Stanley, b. Sep 7 1918, d. Dec 28 1990
Toews, Abram, b. 1902, d. 1989
Toews, Priscilla, b. 1909, d. 2002
Unruh, Doris, b. Feb 19 1931, d. Mar 15 2000
Unruh, Leonard M., b. Jan 28 1931, no death date, s/w Doris
Wedel, David, b. 1947, d. 1989
Wine, Frank H., b. 1901, d. 1985
Wine, Katherine, b. 1898, d. 1978
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