Swedish Mission Church Cemetery

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Swedish Mission Church Cemetery

Also known as Old Darling Mission Cemetery

Morrison County, Minnesota, USA
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On June 10, 1908, John Reynold Fredrickson sold three acres to Swedish Mission Church of Darling in NE1/4 Section 35 Township 130 North Range 30 West. On January 30, 1914, a plat was filed which contained 0.83 acre for cemetery of the three acres. On November 10, 1932, the Swedish Evangelical Mission Church, Darling was incorporated. A church was built on the site and it was dismantled and moved to Randall, Morrison County, Minnesota about 1944. The congregation ceased operation in the middle 1960s and the property in Randall was sold on March 19,1975. The church still stands on the property (2011).

The cemetery was shown on an old USGS Map as the Old Darling Mission Cemetery.

The cemetery is landlocked with no direct access. Several burials in the cemetery, per records or burial permits, were transferred to other cemeteries in the 1950s as follows.

Transfer to Darling Lutheran Cemetery -
Theresa A. Swanson September 2, 1954
Josephine M. Johnson August 12, 1957
Emma C. Swan November 6, 1959
John Swan November 6, 1959
Carl E. Peterson ?
Mathilda Soderstrom October 9, 1957

Transfer to Randall Cemetery -
Charles A. Swanson October 8, 1953
Mathilda Swanson October 8, 1953
John L. E. Hegg December 10, 1953
Fred Nelson August 25, 1954
Amanda Nelson August 25, 1954

There still might be a Boquist twin who died young buried in the cemetery.

GPS Coordinates: 46.0283, -94.4169

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #82990