1985, Mother, wife of Richard A Enger, Karen (Sandbakken), b. , MN Pvt 1CL 3rd Regt Air Service Mech Enger, Swen (Anderson), b. 1922, husband of Karen England, Fred, Fod , Dod England, Matiloa, Fodd , Dod England, Oscar S., b 1897, d.
1985, Mother, wife of Richard A Enger, Karen (Sandbakken), b.Tags: lesbian dating in cleveland ohioFree adult sex in chennaiyoudating comChattanooga sex chatAdult sex chat on chatruletteChating with hot menFree sex chat scotland no sign up
1949, cement cover on top of grave, inscribed w/name Bjorkman, Carl J., b.
Gustaf, Fodd den , Dog den , At Rest Blackey, Ingeborg (Solom), b.
1968, footstone, wife of James Burress, Versa (Wolden), b.
1930, son of Ernest & Lillian (White) Fugleberg, no marker/no dates, grave location unknown Clasen, Ann (Heieie), b.
GPS: 48.844069, -95.831663 Jadis Twp, T162N R40W Sec 21 by Marjorie Broten [[email protected]] submitted: Dec 07, 2008, last updated: Apr 28, 2016 Total records = 1,167 This beautiful cemetery is located 3 miles west of Roseau on State Highway 11, turn left (south) County Road 15, go 1/4 mile, as you approach the railroad tracks, continue further and you will see the cemetery on your left side (east). The Moe Rose Cemetery (originally known to the early pioneers as the Oakridge Cemetery) was Estab. , w/o Andrew, m/o Anton B Markstrom, Anders "Andrew"; b.
on Jul 18, 1888, on the land Homesteaded by Andrew "Anders" Markstrom. Rykken, are buried here, they have performed for the many funerals, mostly are of the Norwegian and Swedish decent, and many other nationalities as well.
Also the woman who started the first hospital in the city of Roseau in 1915 is buried here. The cemetery history has been viewed with a walk thru, read and documented by myself, Sherry L. Milo Broten, reading all visible stones, metal markers, the names on the stones on the older part of the cemetery have faded, a cemetery map which was started by the Listug brothers in the 1930's was in place for reference. This Lot numbered map was enlarged, to add all last names to the each given lot. The cemetery sextons are Jon Johnson, Jason Braaten, Jeff Olson, and Dan Johnston.
The many early pioneers traveled the Historic Sandridge Trails, as they went east to west or west to east, from the cemetery or church.
, married , The Lord is my Shepherd Broten, Mabel Josephine (Olson), b. , wife of Gorden, children Francis, Duane, Newell, Shirley, Ann Marie, Eugene, Gorden, Edward, Diane, Sandra, Colleen, Collette, Deland Budd, Dewey J., b.
, PFC OMC WWI, cement foundation around plot Burggraf, Nancy J.