EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CEMETERY


This is a public cemetery - accessible from the road.  It is located 4 miles south, 4 miles east, and 1 mile south of Mason City, Custer County, Nebraska.  On Febr. 19, 1886 - August Friesleben sold two acres to August Miller for the purpose of a cemetery.  It is also known as the "Emanuel Cemetery".


Fienhold, Carl F.,  Born Dec 21, 1837 - Died Oct 17, 1905;  Fienhold, Mary K.,  Born July 17, 1832 - Died Jan 14, 1906


Hemkin, Henry,  1819 - 1893;  Grace,  1825 - 1892

Hennis, Elmer W., 1898-1902;  Willard J. & Willis A., infant twins 1904 - 1904


Kieborz, Henry,  Oct 8, 1842 - June 23, 1889

Kramer, Frank,  Apr 22, 1843 - May 1, 1895 "Father";  Katharina, Nov 11, 1842 - Jan 23, 1922, "Mother"


Lwbs, Lena,  Wife of F. Lwbs,  July 25, 1854 - Oct 19, 1902;  Ruddie, died Feb 9, 1892;  Herman, died July 12, 1893

Lwbs, Fred, died July 9, 1894


McMahon, Martha J., wife of J. R., Jan. 3, 1840 - Jun. 25, 1895;  McMahon, J. R., June 29, 1838 - Mar 1, 1923

McMahon, Wesley A., son of J. R. & M. J., died July 16, 1887, aged 7 yrs, 11 mos, 23 das


In September of 1969, Mr. Leslie Kramer (Grandson of Frank & Catharine Kramer) reported that his father told him the following people were buried in this cemetery - as he recalled nearly every funeral and burial:

Boeching, Bill, and 2 children

Franke Kramer and wife Kathrena

Mr. Hamptin and wife

Mr. Scharfe and wife, and son Ben

Mr. Hennis, his wife and 3 children

Henry Kieborz

baby Frank Kramer, a son of Franke Kramer

Mr. Feenholt and wife

Mr. Albert Shoopman and other members of this family

Mr. McMann, wife and son

Mr. Crow (or Craw)


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