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Kurten Cemetery Records

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Kurten Cemetery Records

Posted: 1 Apr 2012 2:20PM GMT
Classification: Cemetery
Surnames: Kurten, Plagens, Bredow, Schmidt, Prinzel, Yeager, Merka, Schramm, Schram, Opersteny, Roth, Plagens, Gerke, Rahnert, Fickey, Honnecker, Kindt, Leudtke, Hudspeth, Stevener, Burmeister, Hedtke, Manthei, Odom, Schmidt, Jeske, Lockstedt, Hahn, Huff, Seeman, Metzer, Murphy, Stroppe, Jopp, Beyer, Schultze, Lenz, Conrad, Beard, Edge, Endler, Brockschmidt, Dobretzky, Wiese, Forsthoff, Fuschak,
Just an FYI for anyone researching families in the Kurten area: The Zion Church has put the Kurten Cemetery record book (dating from 1865 to 2010) on their website: at the bottom of the page.

The first few pages look to have been recorded retroactively (possibly these are people buried before the Kurten family turned it into a public cemetery), since they're not in order of burial, but most of the records were recorded as the person was buried. Notes are inconsistent, but some older records also list the father of the deceased, and most of the records list birth and death dates as well as the grave and lot numbers, which could help if you're looking for an older grave that was either unmarked or where the stone has faded or broken.
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bobcatred 1 Apr 2012 8:20PM GMT 
Linda Houck 2 Apr 2012 2:17AM GMT 
Linda Houck 2 Apr 2012 2:20AM GMT 
bobcatred 2 Apr 2012 3:19AM GMT 
Linda Houck 2 Apr 2012 2:38PM GMT 
bobcatred 6 Jul 2012 7:38PM GMT 
Linda Houck 6 Jul 2012 8:43PM GMT 
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