FREE THINKERS CEMETERY
|ACKER, Henry C.- father||1878||1962|
|ACKER, Caroline- mother||1885||1924|
|FAUE, Eddie||March 15, 1892||October 1? 1896|
|FAUE, Louisa||September 18, 1826||August 1, 1898|
|FAUE, Mathilda-daug. of J & S. Faue||July 1889,
age 5 yr. 8 mo.
|FAUE, Henry||Sept 30, 1826||Dec 20, 1901|
Son of A.L. Gaspar
|November 30, 1888||September 1889|
|GASPAR, Theodore||February 6 1890||October 6,
date not clearly legible
Born Phister in Blutens, Tirol
|December 6, 1829||February 9, 1896|
|GASPAR, Bernard||August 4, 1820||February 4, 1920|
|GERBER, Anna Maries
|September 3, 1862||February , 1890|
|GERBER, Laura||June 6, 1861||August 30, 1874|
|HANNEN, Mary- mother||1861||(1808)
Could this have been 1908?
|HANNEN, Jerry- father||1858||1941|
daug. of John & Margarethat Wolfsfeld. Wife of John Hannen born Frielingen, Kreis Birburg, Duetchland
age 52 yrs.
|HASER, John Sr.||1824||October 12, 1902|
|HASER, John Jr.||July 17, 1852||April 20, 1900|
|HASER, Maria S. K.
Frau Von H. Haser
|August 22, 1824||April 11, 1881|
|HEUKER, Marina||February ?||February 185?|
|KOHNEN, Johnny||May 8, 1887||June 1, 1889 2 yr. 20 da.|
|MUERER, Severin J||1808||1891|
|MUERER, Jos. Son of S & K Meurer||January 21, 1861||July 15,
6. mo. 16 da.
Wife of Fred Mohrmann
age 65 yrs.
|SCHUBERT, Karolina||April 1, 1840||August 25, 1881|
|SCHUBERT, Ernestine||March 13, 1866||September 10, 1884|
|THIES, Elsie Maud||August 13, 1891||Aug 26, 1893, age 2 yr. 13 mo.|
Daugh. of John and Anna Baatz, wife of John Wolfsfeld. Born in Frielingen, Kreis Bitburg, Deutchland
age 80 yrs
Born in Frielingen, Kreis Bitburg, Deutchland
|October 13, 1837||May 4,
age 45 yr. 6 mo. 21 days.
|WOLSFELD, John||January 1, 1820||April 19, 1894, Age 74 yrs.|
|WOLSFELD, Karl||October 14, 1837||February 16, 1896|
Her stone is located between Acker and Wolsfeld
|January 13, 1846||January 20, 1906|
Name not clearly legible
|1863, age 63 yrs|
|**There is a separte marker with
Nicolas Wolsfeld and Margretha Wolsfeld, as well as being
on a marker with Nicolos Wolsfeld and Anna Hennen.
Also note, this is a recap of the German Liberal Cemetery, Medina, but contains more bio information on some of the surnames. The way the WHCPA formerly kept their records was rather antiquated. It is my understanding that t hey are getting things where they can be found. My family's files were just a bunch of loose and unassociated notes. Avery tried to put it together, but I understand the records extend to 1,400 families. The Stubbs family have a number of publications at the Minn. Historical Society on early settlers.
ORONO, 1889-1989. First and Early Settlers of Hennepin County, and Old Rail Fence Corners should be obtained by anyone really researching back there, or at least perused. Also, Bergman Richards publication of the Minnetonka area. He had access to some of my family correspondence in poss. of Bessie Olive Wiley. She donated it to WHPA which she was a member. She borrowed the material back, and died. William Logan Hursh, attorney, was her administrator and kept the material. Bergman probably got the stuff from him. All WHCPA had was a note saying someone, on some day, had spoken with him and he would not return the documents. All above should be used for reference since we have found some of the material a bit far off.
Bessie was the daugh. of James Wakefield Wiley and my gr. aunt, Luica Eloise (Louise) Barnes. Her brother, Wayne, was a super of Tillamook Schools, and his daugh. Lucia was No 8. Muralist in the US.