St. Vincent Cemetery "AKA Schnoebelen Cemetery" is a private cemetery. Everyone buried here are related somehow. Many of the family members would hand dig the graves and they also took turns mowing and the upkeep.
Today some of the families still hand dig graves and we have a cemetery clean-up the first Sunday in April and October at 1:00. The second weekend in June we have a Schnoebelen reunion/board meeting in the Riverside St. Mary's church basement. With a meal after Mass at 12:30 and meeting after. This page is not managed by just one person but by the Board members. That way someone is always able to manage the graves. We are all related to the members we have added.
We are all descendents of Joseph & Elizabeth Schnoebelen or married to a descendent
The Back of their stone reads as followd:
In Loving Memory of Joseph and Elizabeth Schnoebelen.
Who in deep faith and devotion dedicated their lives to God as Pioneers of organized Catholicism in Washington County where the settled in the summer of 1844.
Their home was the scene of the first Holy sacrifice of the Mass to be offered in Washington County by Bishop Mathias Loras in the year 1845.
On this plot of ground donated by these Rugged Pioneers was erected a modest 20 by 30 foot structure. The first Catholic Church in Washington County in the year 1845.
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