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IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CEMETERY

Immanuel Cemetery Gate


Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Daykin and 235th Road, Amherst, Nebraska
Established 1883
Memorial stone in center of picture marks the location of the altar of the Immanuel Lutheran Church building, built in 1889 to replace the original sod building. In 1970 Immanuel Lutheran congregation merged with Trinity Lutheran in the town of Amherst. A Cemetery Association is still active, and burials are continuing in the cemetery, about 1/4 mile through the gate.


Surnames in the death and burial records
of
Immanuel Church and Cemetery.

Most of these are funeral and tombstone records. However, some of these are funeral records, with burial elsewhere, and some are tombstone records with no accompanying funeral records.
For look-ups about names in this cemetery, contact Mona

Abels
Albrecht
Anderson
Anthes
Axmann
Bauer
Baumgaertner
Bell
Bergt
Blanton
Bosshamer
Brottengeier
Buehler
Buelow
Buhmann
Bulow
Bunzendahl
Cervantes
Cool
Crauser
Czenkusch
Daake
Daesher
Dahlke
Dieckmann
Eberle
Falk
Fellwock
Fenstermacher
Fiebig
Freese
Fricke
Friese
Fritz
Gerke
Glatter
Hannemann
Harder
Hartman
Hartmann
Hasselmann
Hayden
Heine
Hemmann
Herbst
Hetrich
Horder
Huftlein
Jahn
Johannes
Jones
Jurgens
Kap
Kirchner
Klein
Klunder
Knospe
Krcek
Kreck
Kretzschmar
Kreutzer
Krueger
Kuebler
Kuhle
Labs
Lammers
Lebhart
Lieske
Lindner
Martensen
Maul
Mayor / Meier
McConnell
Meister
Mueller
Pfieffer
Plischke
Prottengeier
Reeh
Rhine
Rieckmann
Riesland
Riessland
Rusch
Sasse
Schaad
Schaub
Scheihing
Schipper
Schmieg
Schnacker
Schukar
Siebke
Simshauser
Sohrweid
Steinhauser
Stevens
Stierlen
Swiesow
Taubenheim
Thiede
Trampe
Trennt
Trent
Vollmann
Weber
Wempen
Wild
Wilkens
Wilshusen
Wokelsin
Wolf
Wollenschlaeger
Woltemath
Wuehle
Wuehler
Zarrs
Zenachner
Zeuschner
Zwiener

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