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C. Barthel Renner (#47844951)
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Leo J. Offerman
RE: Ira Whittman
Your welcome, glad to help. I do have his wife, Augusta, if you would like to create a memorial?

I assume the last name is spelled "Whittman" ?

Added by Leo J. Offerman on May 05, 2013 5:45 PM
RE: Kathleen Beck
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph her memorial. I truly appreciate your time and effort.
Added by ZenPanda on Apr 12, 2013 7:42 AM
John Sailer
Helena Zeiszler
thanks for the photo! She was my grandmother's half-sister.
Added by John Sailer on Apr 11, 2013 7:29 PM
Gladys BROUGHTON Toland
Thanks for the input and the compliments. Hoping to get all maiden names in. Just some thing I like to do and saw the need for this cemetery to be on the web.

Added by sha9876 on Jun 29, 2012 9:26 AM
bob otero
RE: Ethel Barthel
You're welcome. If I get a chance I'll send the names of the other Barthels that are in the same area. They may be related?
Added by bob otero on Jun 26, 2012 9:25 PM
bob otero
RE: Barthel photo request
You're very welcome. Anytime I can help, let me know.
Added by bob otero on Jun 25, 2012 6:15 PM
Susan W Bartholomew
Mary Knight and other family members
C. Barthel Renner,
Thanks so much for the wonderful pictures of the Knight family. Sure appreciate your time and effort.

Best wishes,
:) Susan
Added by Susan W Bartholomew on Jun 22, 2012 9:33 AM
Snow queen
Ludwig (Louis) Stuhldreher
Hi Corri,

You are not going to believe this but on the 1900 census page you referred to is my great-grandparents Charles & Anna Schulz so yes I do know the area. The closest cemetery is the Bremen Cemetery which was going to be the next cemetery that I was going to photograph after I finished the Peace Cemetery in New Salem. Also close by is the Churchtown Cemetery in Oliver County that I already photograph but I did not see any Stuhldrehers. As soon as I can get out to the Bremen Cemetery I'll let you know.

Added by Snow queen on Jun 19, 2012 1:07 AM
Snow queen
Ludwig (Louis) Stuhldreher
Hi Corri,
Welcome to Find A Grave!

There are three cemeteries in New Salem, ND, the catholic cemetery is St. Pius. I have photographed all of St. Pius and did not find Ludwig or Marie Stuhldreher. I did not see any unmarked graves in that cemetery either.

The other two cemeteries both have unmarked graves in them. Some have just plain wooden crosses (Graceland) and in Peace cemetery there are some vandlized graves. Also I have a few more rolls to photograph in that cemetery.

I checked the ND Death index for the Stuhldrehers but they weren't listed, deaths that early were not always recorded.

You asked for suggestions but without knowning where they lived that limits what I can suggest. Here are two suggestions:
1. contact St. Pius Church and see if they can help you. St. Pius Catholic Church, Fr. Amalraj Roche, Pastor; 202 North 3rd Street (PO Box C), New Salem, ND 58563; Church 843-7061 Rectory 843-7144 Cell 214-9290;
2. Go to the ND State Historical Society Archives at They have all the ND newspapers. There are two that match you needs but one is in german. Since you do not have the exact dates of their deaths they might not do the research for you but it dosen't hurt to ask. If that dosen't work they do inter-library loans and you could try to look them up yourself. I looked the papers up for you and they are:
New Salem, N.D. : H.R. Rogers.
Began in 1903; ceased in 1906?
Published Weekly in English-German language.
Other information: Some columns or pages in German.
Microfilm holdings (roll numbers, inclusive dates, missing issues):
#06311 - Oct. 3, 1903; Dec. 3, 1904; Apr. 29, 1905-June 10, June 24-Oct. 21, Nov. 4, Dec. 2-30; Mar. 17, 1906

New Salem, Nord=Dakota : Fritz Westermann.
Began in 1905? -Jahrg. 8, No. 37 (8. Marz 1907).
Published Weekly in German language.
Other information: Continues: Wacht am Missouri (Mandan, N.D.). Continued by: Wacht am Missouri und Hebron Anzeiger.
Microfilm holdings (roll numbers, inclusive dates, missing issues):
#06766++- June 23, 1905- Mar. 8, 1907 (Missing: 1905: Nov.25; 1906: Sept.21; 1907: Jan.3)

I wish you luck in your searches and if I can help you any more let me know. I will keep an lookout for the Stuhldrehers.


Added by Snow queen on Jun 18, 2012 7:02 PM
Emily Hanks
RE: Knight Family
Thanks so much for the pictures. If you are ever back there in better light that would be greatly appreciated. I'm just happy to find they are where we thought they were. Thank you.
Added by Emily Hanks on Jun 16, 2012 1:29 AM
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