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In a message dated 8/3/2004 4:01:30 PM Central Standard Time,
> The St. John's Lutheran cemetery is located 1 mile north of Charter Oak,
> but not on the Hwy leading to Ricketts. The Lutheran, Methodist, and Catholic
> cemeteries are all right next to each other one mile north of town from the
> western most entrance/exit to Charter Oak off Hwy 141.
The cemetery on the Ricketts Hwy is St Paul's Cemetery, but don't know it
ever had a specific church affiliation.
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2004 10:06:13 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
From: Bob Kuehl <kulista(a)earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: need info
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The St. John cemetery located about 1 mile north of Charter Oak on the road
would not be in Washington Twp. Most likely that is Charter Oak Twp. I'm not
of the churches it belongs to. Perhaps the rural Lutheran church east of
Ricketts. I went to
that cemetery while in the area this summer to determine its status and have
yet to finish
up that determination.
The St. John cemetery located about 1 mile north of Charter Oak on the road to Ricketts
would not be in Washington Twp. Most likely that is Charter Oak Twp. I'm not certain which
of the churches it belongs to. Perhaps the rural Lutheran church east of Ricketts. I went to
that cemetery while in the area this summer to determine its status and have yet to finish
up that determination.
Sent: Jul 28, 2004 8:48 PM
Subject: need info
I was doing some genealogy research in the GenWeb Project and at rootsweb.com
for Crawford County looking for the burial site of Jacob Deiber (listed as
Dieber). I found his and some other possible ancestors located in the
Washington Township Cemetery. However I found two different locations for this
cemetery and was hoping you could help clarify this for me. I found different maps
for their locations, but the lists of those buried there are the same.
One was St. Johannis, St. Petri Lutheran Cemetery List, as of 1986 is
Washington Township Cemetery located south of Denison and east of Buck Grove. The
other was St John Cemetery, now Washington Cemetery as of 1986 is Washington
Township Cemetery located west of Denison and north of Charter Oak.
My brother and I are from out of the area and were planning visit the
cemetery in a few days. Besides Jacob Deiber, we are also interested in Katherine
Deiber, Jacob Greder, Katherine Greder, and possibly Marie Greder. So if you
could help us or refer us to someone who can, I would appreciate it.
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