Town of GIBRALTAR
* Bethany Lutheran/Ephraim Evan. Lutheran Cemetery*
INDEX - 1977 & some Pictures & Obits.
updated 20 Dec 2012
* YOU WILL FIND THE LOCATION OF THE BETHANY LUTHERAN-EPHRAIM EVAN. LUTHERAN CEMETERY ON THE TOWN OF GIBRALTAR MAPS PAGE! *
LOCATION: SE Corner NW1/4 SW 1/4 Section 33, Town of Gibraltar. By the Peninsula State Park Golf Course near the Maple Grove Intersection and Highway 42. Cemetery is also know as the Ephraim Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery. The Cemetery is maintained in good condition.
Copied 31 Jul 1977 by Eileen SLABY and typed by Sally TREICHEL both of the Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society.
Retyped for the PGS Website by Sue HOHNEKE 1 Oct 2009. Dates have been changed where needed to read: dd-mmm-yyyy for uniformity on the PGS Website.
If you have any additions/corrections or contributions of stone and cemetery pictures, please contact the PGS at firstname.lastname@example.org .
CLICK ON PICTURES TO SEE THEM ENLARGED!
Above: LEFT: View of cemetery column sign and cemetery - RIGHT: View of cemetery with woods-pictures contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010)
BELOW: LEFT: Column with sign for cemetery and RIGHT: Column with sign for date of cemetery-pictures contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010)
Above: LEFT: cemetery with woods encroaching stones - RIGHT: Entrance to cemetery with column signs-pictures contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
Above: Reverend Hoover T. GRIMSBY (1920-2011)-"served as guest minister at Bethany Lutheran Church for over 50 years and inspired Bethany's seasonal ministry program which continues to be active during the summer months in Ephraim."-Carol STOELTING- (12 Dec 2012)
19 Sep 2010 - pictures of cemetery and GOODLET, GOODLETSON, JOHNSON and MALMER stones contributed by Judy PHILLIPS on 26 Aug 2010.
12 Dec 2012 - pictures of Reverend Hoover T. GRIMSBY & stone plus OBIT contributed by daughter Carol STOELTING (12 Dec 2012).
20 Dec 2012 - color picture of Reverend Hoover T. GRIMSBY sent to PGS by Carol STOELTING (16 Dec 2012).
ALBERTSEN see ALBERTSON
ALBERTSON, Soren/1848-1926, ossw Dorothea.
ALBERTSON, Dorothea/1856-1934, ossw Soren, next to Andrew P.
ALBERTSON, Andrew P./1892-1977, next to Peter.
ALBERTSON, Peter/1886-1949, next to Walter.
ALBERTSON, Walter/1888-1955, next to Peter.
ANDERSON, Ruth/Mother/Wife of Ernest ANDERSON/1900-1955
CHRISTENSON, Christian/1888-1971, ossw Isabelle.
CHRISTENSON, Isabelle/1905-1945, ossw Christian, next to Albert.
CHRISTENSON, Albert/1839-1921, ossw Elsie, next to Edwin C.
CHRISTENSON, Elsie/1856-1939, ossw Albert, next to Edwin C.
CHRISTENSON, Edwin C./BM1 US COAST GUARD/WORLD WAR I & II/1896-1976, Service marker.
GOODLET, Ella Mae/1895-1899, on ground stone, no surname, GOODLET Family Plot, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). Also, View of GOODLET Plot with GOODLET, Ella Mae stone, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
GOODLETSON, Thomas/(Fodt den 16 de Juni 1816-Dod den 18 de Jan 1896*)/16 Jun 1816-16 Jan 1897, ossw Kjesten, *dates from original 1977 index, newer column stone?-2010, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). And, View of older inscription for: GOODLETSON, Thomas, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). And, View of newer inscription side of column stone for: GOODLETSON, Thomas and Kjesten, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
GOODLETSON, Kjesten/Fodt/den 15 de Feb 1824-(1 Oct 1903*-*date of death on other side of newer column stone), column stone, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). And, View of newer inscription side of column stone for: GOODLETSON, Thomas and Kjesten, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
GRIMSBY, Hoover T., Rev*./1920-2011/m. 18 Sep 1948/ossw Shirley A. GRIMSBY, picture contributed by Carol STOELTING (12 Dec 2012). *Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -14 Sep 2011 -GRIMSBY, Rev. Hoover T., Dr. Age 91, of Edina, MN, passed away on 10 Sep 2011- Born 4 Sep 1920, in Viroqua, WI. Son of Rev. and Mrs. Henry P. GRIMSBY- Survived by Shirley, his best friend and love of his life for over 63 years. Cherished Father of Carol (Paul) STOELTING, Paul (Maribeth) GRIMSBY, Carl (Sherry) GRIMSBY and Ellen GRIMSBY, Beloved Grandfather of Christina (Brian) MOONEY, Bethany STOELTING, Mike (Katie) GRIMSBY, Eric GRIMSBY, Elyssa GRIMSBY, Sarah (Michael) McQUADE, Jon (Erin) GRIMSBY and Steve GRIMSBY. A child prodigy on the organ, he performed at the Chicago World's Fair in 1933 and was a church organist at the age of 7. He attended Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis and the University of Chicago's music program with emphasis in organ. Rev. GRIMSBY obtained a Bachelor of Science Education Degree in 1942 from the University of MN, Bachelor of Theology and Master's Degree from Luther Theological Seminary in 1945 and Master of Arts degree in 1950 from the University of MN. Sabbatical studies in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South America, Madagascar, and Asia followed. Rev. GRIMSBY served as Associate and Senior Pastor at Ascension Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, WI, 1945-1970; Senior Pastor, St. Olaf Lutheran Church, Austin, MN, 1970-1972; and Senior Pastor, Central Lutheran Church, Mpls, MN, 1972-1986. He joined the Mount Olivet Counseling Center staff in 1986 and served 14 years in that capacity. Rev. GRIMSBY participated in Bethany Lutheran Church's summer ministry in Ephraim, WI for over 50 years. Special honors and awards included an honorary Dr. of Divinity Degree, St. Olaf College; The Fairview Hospital's Starry Night Award; J.C. Man of the Year, Jr. Chamber of Commerce, Milwaukee, WI; The Modern Spirit Award, The Milwaukee Newspaper Guild; and Distinguished Service Award, Cosmopolitan Club of Milwaukee, WI. He served as a board member or officer of Carthage College (Trustee), Kenosha, WI; Golden Valley Lutheran College, MN; Board of Publications of The American Lutheran Church; Minneapolis Rotary Club (Vice President &President); Minneapolis Ministerial Association (Vice President & President); Downtown Council of Minneapolis (Director & Treasurer); Ebenezer Society Foundation; Fairview Foundation (Chair); and Lutheran Orient Mission. Rev. GRIMSBY was a member of Torskeklubben, Friday Morning Men's Group, Men of Yorke, American Guild of Organists, National Association of Pastoral Musicians, Evergreen Club, Six O'Clock Club, Minneapolis Club, Minneapolis Athletic Club, and Minneapolis Golf Club. Active in the United Way, YMCA, and the Boy Scouts. He served as Chaplain for the Cosmopolitan Club, Exchange Club, and Fire Bell Club as well as contributed to professional books and magazines. Rev. GRIMSBY will be remembered as a spiritual leader to all; for inspirational sermons; the many lives he touched; his compassion; finding the best in everyone; his Scandinavian humor; gentle spirit; and humility. His interests included being an avid reader, learner, teacher and photographer. A celebration of life will be held at Central Lutheran Church, 333 S. 12th St., Minneapolis, 17 Sep 2011, at 11:30AM. Visitation one hour prior to service. Lunch follows. In lieu of flowers, please direct memorials to The Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church, Central Lutheran Church Foundation, Ascension Lutheran Church Foundation, and Bethany Lutheran Church Heritage Foundation. Special thanks to the N.C. Little Memorial Hospice staff and everyone on the Fairview staff. You've fought the good fight, finished the race and kept the faith. Well done good and faithful servant! Carry on! Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel 952-920-3996 – contributed by Carol STOELTING (12 Dec 2012)
HANSEN, James/Father/1863-1945, ossw Tobine.
HANSEN, Tobine/Mother/1868-1952, ossw James.
HANSEN see HANSON
HANSON, Ole/Ole & Marie HANSON Family/(no names or dates), ossw Marie, next to Henry O.
HANSON, Marie/Ole & Marie HANSON Family/(no names or dates), ossw Ole, next to Henry O.
HANSON, Henry O./1875-1955, funeral home marker, next to Louise G.
HANSON, Louise G./1877-1957, funeral home marker, next to Walter G.
HANSON, Walter G./1889-1962, funeral home marker, next to Louise G.
HANSON, Hendricka/Born 4 Aug 1823-Died 18 May 1894, ossw Hendrick.
HANSON, Hendrick/Born 7 Jun 1828-Died 10 Feb 1907, ossw Hendricka, next to Olaf.
HANSON, Olaf/1862-1929, next to Soren J.
HANSON, Soren J./25 May 1856-3 Dec 1925, next to Elise.
HANSON, Elise/1865-1934, next to Soren J.
HANSON, Clark HANSON HOEFERT/17 Nov 1943.
HANSON see HOEFERT
HAUPT, Miles Wm./Husband/1904-1965/Married 28 May 1927, ossw Hattie N.
HAUPT, Hattie N./Wife/1903-19(uncut)/Married 28 May 1927, ossw Miles Wm., next to Oletta C.
HAUPT, Oletta C. OWEN/1881-1964, next to Agnes NELSON HAUPT, HAUPT Family Plot.
HAUPT, Agnes NELSON/1902-1956, next to Anton OLSON, HAUPT Family Plot.
HAUPT, Anton OLSON/1847-1916, next to Anne OLSON, HAUPT Family Plot.
HAUPT, Anne OLSON/1825-1914, HAUPT Family Plot.
HAUPT see NELSON
HAUPT see OLSON
HAUPT see OWEN
HOEFERT, Clark HANSON HOEFERT/17 Nov 1943.
JARMAN, Eldridge E./5 Mar 1908-30 Mar 1908.
JOHNSON, Andrew P./1887-1967.
JOHNSON, Alfred/WISCONSIN/PVT 340 INF 85 DIV/15 Apr 1887-7 Jan 1946, Service marker.
LEPITRE, Paus/1853-1943, ossw Matilda.
LEPITRE, Matilda/1868-1949, ossw Paus.
LOGERQUIST, Wendell C./1946-1976, funeral home marker, American Flag next to it-1977.
MALMER, Ole/1850-1898, on ground stone, ossw Christina, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). And, Close-up: MALMER, Ole, ossw Christina, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
MALMER, Christina/1860-1912, ossw Ole, on ground stone, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010). And, Close-up: MALMER, Christina, ossw Ole, picture contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).
MALMER, William G./1892-1961.
NELSON, Agnes HAUPT NELSON/1902-1956, next to Anton OLSON, HAUPT Family Plot.
NELSON see HAUPT
NELSON see NILSEN
NILSEN, Hans P. NELSON/Father/Born 14 Jul 1869-Died 20 Mar 1925, next to Nicolai NILSON.
NILSEN, Nicolai NILSEN/14 Dec 1857-8 May 1927, next to Peder I. NILSEN Jr.
NILSEN, Peder I., Jr./22 Nov 1872-12 Aug 1917, next to Peder NILSEN Sr.
NILSEN, Peder, Sr./18 Jan 1827-16 Jul 1905, next to Myrtle P. NELSON.
NILSEN, Myrtle P. NELSON/Born 11 May 1917-Died 12 Feb 1924, next to Clara M. NELSON.
NILSEN, Clara M. NELSON/Born 12 Aug 1907-Died 20 Jan 1911.
OHMAN, Albin ?/1894-19(uncut), ossw Hazel E.
OHMAN, Hazel E./1901-1963, ossw Albin ?
OHMAN, Arthur F./1900-1959, ossw Mabel. Also, Service marker: OHMAN, Arthur F./WISCONSIN/PVT 360/MP ESCORT GD CO/WORLD WAR II/27 Jan 1900-11 Feb 1959, Service marker.
OHMAN, Mabel/1906-1969, ossw Arthur F., next to Arthur F.
OHMAN, Elise/1864-1940, ossw Thure.
OHMAN, Thure/1860-1925, ossw Elise.
OHMAN, Herbert E./Born 23 Dec 1902-Died 11 Feb 1903, ossw Gilbert E.
OHMAN, Gilbert E./Born 27 Sep 1904-Died 20 Nov 1905, ossw Herbert E.
OLSON, Maria/Hustru of M. OLSON/Fodt den 25 Sep 1823-Dodd 18 Apr 1902.
OLSON, Anton/1847-1916, next to Anne OLSON, HAUPT Family Plot.
OLSON, Anne HAUPT OLSON/1825-1914, HAUPT Family Plot, next to Anton OLSON.
OLSON, Ole OLSON MALMER/Fodt den 6 Jan 1850-Dod den 15 Aug 1898.
OLSON see HAUPT
OLSON see MALMER
OWEN, Oletta C. HAUPT OWEN/1881-1964, next to Agnes NELSON HAUPT, HAUPT Family Plot.
OWEN see HAUPT
SEILER, Carl/1862-1939, ossw Agnethe.
SEILER, Agnethe/1856-1944 ossw Carl.
STREGE, Charles H./1884-1964, ossw Agnes P.
STREGE, Agnes P./1897-1947.
__?__/Several unmarked graves bordered with cement.
Also, Indexed and typed by Sally TREICHEL in 1977
-Microfilmed in 35mm as part of the Door County Cemeteries/Tombstone Inscriptions in 1988 by Sue Hohneke for the Genealogical Society of Utah. FHL US/CAN Film #1421896 Item 10 -available to interloan at your nearest Family History Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or to view at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
-Index as part of the Door County Cemeteries/Tombstone Inscriptions at the Laurie Room of the Door County Public Library in Sturgeon Bay, WI.