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Atkinson Cemetery Biographical Information
Minnesota Pension Records list a William Welch living in Redwood County, who ... Atkinson Cemetery is the burial place of many of Cottage Grove's earliest ...
http://www.usgwarchives.net/mn/washington/cemeteries/atkinson.htm

Hennepin County, Minnesota Queries - USGenWeb Archives ...
August - October 1997 Queries for Hennepin County, MN. David L, Burnisky Sun Aug 17 15:52:56 1997 CAN ANYONE ADD TO THE FOLLOWING? ... place of burial, ...
http://www.usgwarchives.net/mn/hennepin/queries/query1.htm

Hennepin County, Minnesota Queries - USGenWeb Archives ...
Also need death date and place of burial for ... Section 1 of Oak Hill Cemetery, Excelsior, Hennepin County, Minnesota. There is a burial for a 'Mrs. Peter M ...
http://www.usgwarchives.net/mn/hennepin/queries/query6.htm

Ramsey County Minnesota Genealogy Queries
Seeking death date, burial place, parents' names for Ernest David BABCOCK. He was age 93 in Feb. of 1946. ... MN on Oct 11, 1875. Cause of death was Crushed by Engine.
http://www.usgwarchives.net/mn/ramsey/queries/q2001.htm

Ramsey Co.,MN Queries 2003 - USGenWeb Archives - census wills ...
FIRST MINNESOTA BATTERY, LIGHT ARTILLERY: ... I am interested in finding out her death date and place of burial along with information on her family.
http://www.usgwarchives.net/mn/ramsey/queries/q2003.htm

Results 1-5 out of 60 from Interment


Minnesota Cemetery Records | Genealogy
Online burial records and tombstone inscriptions of Minnesota cemeteries.
http://www.interment.net/us/mn/index.htm

Calvary Cemetery - Nicollet County, Minnesota
Saint Peter, Nicollet County, Minnesota. 1801 West Broadway Ave St. Peter, MN 56082. Lat: 44° 19' 47"N, Lon: 93° 58' 15"W. ... The first burial took place in 1868.
http://www.interment.net/data/us/mn/nicollet/calvary/calvary.htm

National Cemeteries and Veterans Burials | Genealogy
Confederate and Union Soldiers Burial Places - Edward G. Gerdes Civil War Home Page; ... Wayne County - Union Civil War Burials; Minnesota.
http://www.interment.net/us/nat/index.htm

Mickinock Cemetery - Roseau County, Minnesota
Wannaska, Roseau County, Minnesota. Lat: 48° 39' 49"N, Lon: 95° 43' 06"W Mickinock Twp, T160N R39W Sec 19 . ... First burial took place year of 1897.
http://www.interment.net/data/us/mn/roseau/mickinock/index.htm

Reine Township Cemetery - Roseau County, Minnesota
... Roseau County, Minnesota. Lat: 48 ... The Bethesda Church record book states place of burial for Charles L. Craighton would be at "The Pine Ridge ...
http://www.interment.net/data/us/mn/roseau/reine_twp/index.htm

Lewis A. Grant
1864. After the war, Lewis Grant lived in Illinois, Iowa, and finally Minnesota. His son was Ulysses Sherman Grant, professor of geology, at Northwestern   Read More...

Horatio P. Van Cleve
Lands in Minnesota. In 1856, he engaged in stock-raising. After the start of the Civil War, he was commissioned as colonel of the 2nd Minnesota Volunteer   Read More...

John Davidson (general)
at Fort Custer in the Montana Territory. Davidson died in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1881 after being seriously injured by a fall from a horse during an   Read More...

Samuel D. Sturgis
escaped from his grasp. Sturgis retired in 1886 and died at Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. His son Samuel D. Sturgis   Read More...

Donald Rudolph
Alzheimer's disease in Grand Rapids, Minnesota and is buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery Minneapolis, Minnesota. US Hwy 7 north from Highway 169 to   Read More...

George H. Mallon
1934, and is buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rank and organization: Captain, U.S. Army, 132d Infantry, 33d Division   Read More...

Samuel T. Busey
banking. He died in a boating accident in Mantrap Township, Hubbard County, Minnesota August 12, 1909 while on a family vacation. His niece, Annie McClain,   Read More...

Joseph Frantz (soldier)
Died October 4, 1913(1913-10-04) (aged 76) Minnesota Place of burial Calvary Cemetery, Northfield, Minnesota Allegiance United States Service/branch United   Read More...

Erastus Newton Bates
moved to Minnesota. There, he was a member of the Minnesota Constitutional Convention of 1856. He was elected to the first session of the Minnesota Senate   Read More...

Wilbur N. Taylor
Pvt. Samuel Richman and Pvt. Otto Smith. Taylor died in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 20, 1903, at age 56. He was buried in Lakewood Cemetery.   Read More...

How much will Medicaid pay for a funeral? | Answerbag
How much will Medicaid pay for a funeral? Medicaid is a federal program that provides medical care for certain low-income families. It doe not cover funeral expenses.
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What does cremation cost in Wisconsin? | Answerbag
Cremation costs typically start around $2,000, which includes the cremation fee, a service, a transfer from the place of death and an alternative container.
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Who is St Agnes? - Answerbag.com | Ask Questions, Get Answers ...
... was so impressed by the legend of Saint Agnes that he traveled to the spot of her burial place to baptize his own ... Minnesota) - See also: St. Agnes Church ...
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How long can a funeral home hold a deceased body before ...
How long can a funeral home hold a deceased body before burial? The amount of time a funeral home can keep a body before burial varies from state to state. It also ...
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State of Minnesota
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Population:
5,391,220

Under 18:
1,282,260

Over 65:
636,216

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3,011,571

Land in SM:
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Births:
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Deaths:
37,535

Infant Deaths:
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Northern Minnesota burial mound may reopen to the public ...
INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. -- A massive, ancient burial mound in northern Minnesota, closed to the public eight years ago, may once again welcome visitors to learn about the sacred site. Grand Mound, along the Rainy ...
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St. Paul student works to memorialize 2 fallen WWII soldiers ...
The institute selected Emma as a member of one of 15 student-teacher teams nationwide to travel to France over the summer to visit the D-Day battlefield and the Normandy American Cemetery, the burial place of more than 9,000 American servicemen who fell in the fight to liberate ... As a 12-year-old, she researched Minnesota's first school teacher, Harriet Bishop, for a Minnesota State History Day project in which Emma performed a 10-minute skit portraying Bishop.
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Remains of Minnesota Serviceman Who Disappeared During
The remains of a Minnesota man who disappeared during the Korean War have been identified. His burial will take place Wednesday at Fort Snelling. Hannah was reported missing in action after battle. It was believed he was ...
http://kstp.com/index.shtml

Grave by grave, group restores Minnesotans' forgotten lives ...
8, 2007In death as in life, a name symbolizes a human being. Yet at least 8700 persons who lived and died in Minnesota state hospitals still lie in unnamed graves. ... Staff and volunteers page through old state ledgers and records, matching grave site numbers to names and then names to death records, doing their best to decipher faded ink and illegible handwriting and catch errors in spelling and dates. Initially, there were more than 12,700 graves without names.
http://www.minnpost.com/region/