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We are a newer volunteer group at Oak Hill Cemetery in Minneapolis ---the "Friends of Oak Hill Cemetery of Minneapolis." We organized last year for the purposes of collecting, organizing and preserving the records and site of this 1859 historic, once rural cemetery. |
Our group is trying to add memorials honoring the many early residents of Richfield and Minneapolis buried at Oak Hill. We ask your patience and help in supplementing the cemetery's records with family records and photos. There are large numbers of early Richfield, Edina, Bloomington area farm families here, as well as numbers of veterans. Many veterans have service records in the Indian Wars, Civil War, Spanish-American War as well as World Wars I and II. This is truly a Heritage Cemetery worthy of recognition and preservation.
Suggestions, comments and genealogical information about Oak Hill burials are always welcome. We would love to hear from you.
THIS OFFICIAL SITE IS NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED ARE OUTSIDE INDIVIDUALS OFFERING OAK HILL CEMETERY ASSISTANCE-- THESE PEOPLE ARE NOT IN ANY WAY AFFILIATED WITH OUR GROUP OR THE CEMETERY.
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We are a volunteer group and a bit slow, Please be patient. Thank you so much.
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|Doug Kalahar||RE: Rauch Family|
Hello . . . I do so many of these each day I forget the specifics. Sorry.
Peter H. RAUCH (1901 - 1972) m. Margaret A. SIMON ((1910 - 1984) in September 1931 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota (my hometown). Both are buried at Oak Hill Cemetery.
I can certainly send you much more detail on the RAUCH family if you wish.
Thanks for the work you do at Oak Hill Cemetery.
|Doug Kalahar||RE: Rausch , Margaret A and Peter|
Hello . . . I do not have the middle names for these folks, sorry. As to a source . . . I have been researching Morrison County, Minnesota families for nearly 50 years (I was born and raised there) and have nearly 125,000 names in my database. I would guess I obtained information on the RAUCHs from their obits. If I come upon any other information, I'll pass it along to you.
If there's anything I can help you with from Morrison County (Little Falls), please feel free to contact me.
|Karen Jones||RE: Frank and Josephine Swanson|
Helen's parents are my maternal great grandparents. Helen's sister, Esther, was my maternal grandmother.
Frank and Josephine Swanson are buried in the Ingersoll Cemetery in Washburn, McLean, North Dakota. Frank's Find A Grave # is 7668015 and Josephine's number is 7668016. I just edited Helen's memorial and added the numbers for her parents. I thought I had done that before, but may have missed it.
Washburn, North Dakota is near where Frank and Josephine lived and raised their 9 children.
Karen Carder Jones
|Gary W. Jensen||Melvin Day|
I don't have any info that is not on your memorial. I did request links to parents on Baby Day Who was stillborn. I believe according to what I sent you he was named Walter Manley Day like his father.is the son of Walter Manley Day and Verna Cornman. I did send birth and death info to you already.
|Elaine Moss||RE: Jennie Pratt memorial|
Thank you but I tried that and it would not accept it. I can transfer management if you would like to try.
|Elaine Moss||Jennie Pratt memorial|
Thank you for the burial ledger information for Jennie Pratt. I put in the section, block, and lot number but am unable to put in the other information you supplied which was purchaser and burial date.
If you would like that in there, please let me know how to do this.
Thank you for your help though!
|Wendy||Matilda Agneta Thompson|
Ms. Thompson is a distant relative. According to her death records her middle name was AGNETA. She was an unmarried school teacher. My grandparents "gave" the plot for her burial. She was a dear friend of my grandmother. My father's cousin age 89 remembers Matilda as Matilda was her school teacher. I also remember her comng to Christmas when I was a small child. My grandparents were Albert & Jennie Arneson (buried at Oakhill) along with my sister, Kristi Birch 1946-1999. When my grandmother was buried her body was put next to Matilda instead of next to her husband by mistake. Her marker was put next to her husband. My sister's marker is along side of Matilda, but her remains are next to my grandfather. The error was made by the gravedigger, but the only person in the family that it bothered is deceased.Thank you for asking about the middle name of Matilda. I suppose no one else cares. Wendy
Added by Wendy on Jan 28, 2014 10:42 AM
|Lynda Heyle/Cross||RE: Find A Grave # 84734420|
I would appreciate any other information on Marcella Terry and her father Lewis Emmett Terry.
They are relatives of mind.
|oluf kristensen||soren udbye|
I have a family book(tree) which mentions (amoung others) Soren Udbye who was married to Anna Kristensen Gundersen born Nov. 15th 1890 (from my family). Soren and Anna married in 1914, had 3 children (Carla, Lillian, Gudrun)..and divorced later.
Carla and Lillian were adopted by family and Gudrun "followed" her mother.
Is "your" Soren Udbye (Oak Hill Richfield Mpls) the person mentioned in my family book the very same person ? I am looking forward for your answer.
|Elaine Moss||Stephen Pratt|
Thank YOU for all you are doing!!!
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