The complete transcription for this cemetery is available in “Cemeteries of Eastern Carver County, Minnesota,” by Debbie Boe. Copies can be purchased through the www.lulu.com website.
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appears to have little or no regular care. Although the fenced area surrounding
the cemetery has some size most of the burials are located along the west edge
nearest to Carver County Road 41. There is not a church next to the cemetery,
nor does the cemetery have any sort of identification sign. The adjoining area,
at the corner of Carver County Road 41 and
In the "Compendium of History and Biography of Carver and Hennepin Counties, Minnesota"  edited by Maj. R.I. Holcombe and William H. Bingham, t hey wrote: "A Norwegian Lutheran congregation was organized in what is now the southwestern part of the township ... held services in private homes until the new schoolhouse was built in the central part of section 29, when meetings were held there. The cemetery belonging to the association is located near the schoolhouse." (page 237).
This cemeteries burial monuments were transcribed during the spring of 1998.
Copyright © Debbie Boe 1998
Arne Arnesen, born in
Mary A. Arnesen (?)
Oliana, wife of Arne Arnesen, born in
Peter Arnesen (?)
Albert Ludwig Arneson (?)
Amelia Mathilda Arneson (?)
Anna J. Arneson, nee Trende
Christiana Arneson (?)
Hannah Mathilda Arneson (?)
Joseph H. Arneson
Sophie A. Arneson
Hans J. Blocker
Johanna, wife of
Hans J. Blocker, born in
Alma E. Fritz
George M. Fritz
Alice J., daughter of P. & L. Johnson
Anna, wife of A. Johnson
Norma A. Shiflett