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remains of this tiny cemetery has minimal care and is in fair shape. This
cemetery has no identification sign. This cemetery is located across the street
This cemeteries burial monuments were transcribed during the spring of 1998.
Copyright © Debbie Boe 1998
Aster M. Carlson
Thilda Maria Carlson
Carolina C., wife of P.M. Hogelund
Maggreta Monson (?)
Hilda C. Thompson
Tobie A. Thompson
following information was received from a member of
Did you know ... there is a small cemetery across the street on the south side of Trinity?
Did you know ... there are approximately 40 people buried there.
you know ... apparently there was a disagreement with members of the
you know ... as time passed there was a disagreement in the
you know ... some of the members returned to Trinity and others formed the Free
following is a list of the know persons buried in the
Monson, Samuel* 1810?-1891 (Husband & Wife)
Monson, Margreta* 1817? - 1909
Johnson, Geo* 1875-1891
Johnson, Olaf* 1850-1891 (Father & Son)
Person, Nels* 1817-1896
Thompson, Tobie A.* 1873-1902
Thompson, Hilda C.* 1875-1902
Carlson, Tilda Marie* b. 03/09/1873, d. 07/07/1880
Carlson, Aster M.* b.07/19/1880, d. 07/08/1889 (Gabriel's daugher)
Frank, Old Mr. & Mrs.
Dahlgren, Willie, sister & brother
Larson, Brother (speculate they were sister & brother)
Dahlgren, Old Lady
Carlson, Andrew (two boys)
Ahlquist, Sophie (husband & wife), grandparents to Willie Nelson
Frank, Albert - 2 children
Boquist - 2 children
Leaf, George - Ida's boy
Monson, Sam's boy
Olson, John S. died 09/30/1989, buried by sister (found in Carver County News Obituaries)
Mrs. Chalrina, died 05/23/1928, b.
*grave marker present