North Dakota USA
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NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Section 7, Township 136 North of Range 81.
Fifteen miles south of Mandan on Highway 6; then left on County road 136 through the town of St. Anthony to the west end of town. The cemetery is west of the church which is on the south side of the road.
The parish was organized in 1897, and in 1899 land for a cemetery was donated by the William Simpson Company, Regina Miller and Frank Haider. The earliest known burial occurred in 1901. A number of graves are not marked because the wooden crosses that had marked them did not survive a prairie fire.
The rows are numbered from west to east. The graves are numbered from north to south.
The cemetery is located just west of the church on the south side of the main drag in St. Anthony. It is fenced and well maintained. St. Anthony church records are located at Christ The King Catholic Church, 505 10th Ave NW, Mandan, 58554.