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Czech National, New Prague, MN Sec. 33 Helena 744
Mount Moriah Sec. 5 Belle Plaine 9
Sacred Heart Sec. 6 Belle Plaine 1290
St. Benedicts Sec. 17 Helena 326
St. Catherine Sec. 35 Spring Lake 505
St. John Baptist, Calvary, Jordan, MN Sec. 19 Sand Creek 1618
St. Joseph Sec. 23 Sand Creek 319
St. Mark's, Shakopee, MN Sec. 12 Eagle Creek 1419
St. Nicholaus Sec. 28 New Market 735
St. Patricks Sec. 17 Cedar Lake 428
Sts. Peter & Paul Sec. 6 Belle Plaine 692
St. Peter's Sec. 8 Credit River 530
St. Wenceslaus, New Prague, MN Sec. 19 Helena 3168
West Christinania Sec. 13 New Market 354

Compiled By John Dalby

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Cemeteries & Obituaries


bulletCemeteries of Minnesota: Index of Counties
bullet Minnesota Cemetery Junction Minnesota Cemeteries
bulletFind-A-Grave: Minnesota
bullet Minnesotans in Annapolis National Cemetery
bulletCatholic Cemeteries of Minneapolis and St. Paul
bulletThe Political Graveyard: Minnesota
bulletLakewood Cemetery Online
bulletHighland Cemetery, Dakota County
bulletMorrison County Cemetery Search
bulletUpsala, Minnesota Cemetery Index
bullet Riverside Cemetery of Kelsey
bulletOlmsted and Wabasha County Cemetery Records
bulletCemetery Records of Otter Tail County



bulletRochester Post Bulletin Obituary Database (1993 to 1997)
bulletPerham Enterprise Bulletin

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Newspapers from Scott County


at the Minnesota Historical Society

Belle Plaine Enquirer, 18 Mar 1858-5 Oct 1861                
  Herald, 1 Feb 1893-Dec 27 1995                   
  Scott County Journal, 28 Nov 1861-28 Aug 1862 

Minnesota Newspaper directory


Scott County Historical Society - The Stans Museum: I have included the Stans Museum in Le Sueur County resources because they have the notes of Harold Albrecht who was the town genealogist for Belle Plaine and surrounding area.  He made copious notes about local families from information he found in the Belle Plaine Herald.   The Herald did a good job of covering townships in the northern part of Le Sueur County.  The museum also has some church records which include Le Sueur residents.  235 Fuller St. S., Shakopee.  Phone:  952-445-0378.  Open:  TWF, 9-4; Th, 9-8; Sa, 11-3.         

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