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McIntosh Baptist Cemetery

Section 4, King Township, Polk County, MN
3 miles north of McIntosh, MN on County Road 8

The McIntosh Swedish Baptist Church was organized in May of 1891. The church used the building and lot of the former St. John’s Lutheran Church about 1900. It was disbanded in the1940's.  

Pastors who served this church were O. Duvoenberg, A.P. Gren, Olaf Taflin, A.G. Sandbloom, Halseth, O. Moe, C.J. Hill, L.M. Stallberg, T.O. Wold, J. Bergquist, A.G. Anderson, G.H. Jorgenson, Carl Berntson and Harold Olson.  Some of the members were Erick Taflin, J. Oman, Charles Johnson, John Calbom, Mrs. Englund, P.B. Hole, Ole Pearson, Conrad Hendrickson, Mrs. Nels Zetterberg, Harry Anderson, Edwin Johnson, Oscar Hill, John Hagen, Ruben Knechtel, Hilda Oak, Mrs. Nicolene Jensen, Charly Samson, Oscar Sole, Abe Anderson and Mr. Kahl. There is no Baptist church in McIntosh at this time.


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picture submitted June 13, 2002

 This cemetery was walked and transcribed by Ann August 2002 - thankyou Ann! - updated May 2004

*Please see below for another transcription done August 2003

NAME Birth Date Death Date Comments
Wilson Monument    

In May of 2004 this marker is unreadable

Thulen Monument     This marker was slowly being destroyed by weather when it was first recorded, I am not exactly sure of the letters, more research will be done later.  In May of 2004 this marker is unreadable
A.L.R.      
Radford, Henry      
John, Mrs. J. H. Sept 9, 1837 Feb 25, 1925  
Johnson, J. H. March 26, 1837 Nov 25, 1924  
Johnson, Victor Edwin May 22, 1892 Dec 5, 1914  
Johnson, Leroy Jan 25, 1900 Sept 26, 1914  
Johnson, Ernest Lawrence Oct. 16, 1894 Jan 6, 1908  
Johnson, Mrs. Charlotte Asp June 15, 1874 Jul 28, 1914 Mother
Johnson, Edwin 1864 1949 Father
Johnson, Maria 1891 1976 Mother
Johnson, George 1862 1925  
Oak, Lydia J. 1881 1933  
Oak, George 1862 1925  
Strauser Monument      
Pearson, Viola 1902 1910  
Pearson, Abner 1904 1904  
Pearson, Laura 1882 1953  
Pearson, Ole 1875 1970  
Pearson, Margaret 1924    
Pearson, Raymond I 1911 1998  
Anderson, Harry A. 1890 1974 Father
Anderson, Emmett R. Anderson Sept 8, 1921 Oct 7, 2000  
Anderson, Hannah 1892 1967 Mother
Anderson, Christine 1856 1937 Mother
Anderson, John 1850 1920 Father
Oman, Mrs. Brita Jan 10, 1852 Mar 16, 1937 Obituary says she was married to J.N. Oman on 24 Nov 1885 and later they conducted a restaurant.  Later they moved to Lengby and operated a hotel.  Later they moved to Queen Twp. and were engaged in the store business in connection with the Queen post office.  Mr. Oman died at Queen Twp.  They had two daughters, Anna and Hulda.  Four children preceded her in death.  She was a charter member of McIntosh Baptist Church.) 
Oman, J. N. May 27, 1854 Mar 4, 1906  
Englaund, Magdalena Nov 2, 1857 Mar 4, 1931  
Johnson, Mathea Hole Mar 13, 1857 Aug 30, 1922  
Hendrickson, Henry 1876 1947  
Hendrickson, Marie 1884 1943  
Hendrickson, Samuel Apr 21, 1837 Jun 10, 1917  
Hendrickson, Helena Feb 3, 1844 May 25, 1915  
Hole, Emma T. Oct 25, 1881 Aug 28, 1941  
Hole, Peter B., Nov 14, 1878 Nov 22, 1963  
Hole, Ruth C. Nov 9, 1910 Nov 10, 1978  
Hill, John Ira June 11, 1914 Feb 10, 1915  
Baby cement frame      
Baby cement frame      

 

MCINTOSH BAPTIST CEMETERY TRANSCRIPTIONS

McIntosh, MN (King Township; County Road 8 North of McIntosh)


THIS CEMETERY WAS WALKED AGAIN AND TRANSCRIBED BY DARLENE DIERKES  AUGUST 2003 - thankyou Darlene

Darlene has taken digital photos of all the gravesites in this cemetery.  If you wish a copy, please contact her privately by clicking on her name above.

LAST

FIRST

MIDDLE

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER INFO

Anderson

Christine

 

1856

1937

“Mother”; buried next to John

Anderson

Emmett

R

1921-09-08

2000-10-07

 

Anderson

Hannah

 

1892

1967

“Mother”; buried next to Harry

Anderson

Harry

A

1890

1974

“Father”; buried next to Hannah

Anderson

John

 

1850

1920

“Father”; buried next to Christine

Englund

Magdalena

 

1856-11-02

1931-03-04

Very small metal marker

Hendrickson

Helen

 

1844-02-03

1915-05-25

Buried with Samuel

Hendrickson

Henry

 

1876

1947

Buried with Marie

Hendrickson

Marie

 

1884

1943

Buried with Henry

Hendrickson

Samuel

 

1837-04-21

1917-06-10

Buried with Helen

Hole

Emma

T

1881-10-25

1941-08-28

 

Hole

Peter

B

1878-11-14

1963-11-22

 

Hole

Ruth

C

1910-11-09

1978-11-10

 

Johnson

Charlotte

Asp

1874-06-15

1914-07-28

“Mother”

Johnson

Edwin

 

1864

1949

“Father”; buried with Maria

Johnson

Ernest

Lawrence

1894-10-16

1908-01-06

 

Johnson

J

H (Mr.)

1837-03-26

1924-11-25

 

Johnson

J

H (Mrs.)

1837-09-09

1925-02-25

 

Johnson

LeRoy

 

1900-01-25

1914-09-26

 

Johnson

Maria

 

1890

1976

“Mother”; buried with Edwin

Johnson

Mathea

Hole

1857-03-13

1922-08-30

Marker very difficult to read

Johnson

Victor

Edwin

1892-05-22

1914-12-05

 

Oak

George

J.

1862

1925

Husband of Lydia

Oak

Lydia

J

1881

1933

Wife of George

Oman

Brita Mrs.

 

1852-01-10

1937-03-16

 

Oman

J

N

1854-05-27

1906-03-04

 

Pearson

Abner

 

1904

1904

 

Pearson

Laura

 

1882

1953

 

Pearson

Margaret

 

1924

(Still living)

 

Pearson

Ole

 

1875

1970

 

Pearson

Raymond

I

1911

1998

 

Pearson

Viola

 

1902

1910

 

Radford

Henry

 

 

 

“God is Love”

 

Note from Darlene May 2004: Re:  transcription above by “Ann” August 2002 - She has a John Ira Hill, 06-11-1914 to 2-10-1915 that I did not locate. She also included a Wilson Monument and Thulen Monument, as well as an “A.L.R.” I did not locate those and have not included them herein. Birthdates and death dates for Sam & Helen Hendrickson, as well as death date for Emma Hole, are from her notes, as I did not locate that information myself.  (Emma’s marker was more overgrown than most.)  I also have entered the middle initial for both Harry Anderson and Raymond Pearson from her information. All other information unless noted above is based on my own notes and photos from my personal walk through the cemetery August 2003. DARLENE DIERKES

Darlene has taken digital photos of all the gravesites in this cemetery.  If you wish a copy, please contact her privately by clicking on her name above.


 

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