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From north of Ringwood at the junction of highways 60 and 58, go west 3 miles on highway 60 to NS264, then south on NS264 for 3 miles; cemetery is located on the northeast corner of this intersection.


This information originally compiled by the members of the Major County Genealogical Society Reeta Martin. Information furnished by Lawrence Bymaster, 10-29-1990. Photos taken as indicated.


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SURNAMEFIRST MIBORNDIEDOTHER
BIRCHERJohn04-25-186112-17-1901Photo
LOVINEERL. T. C.  Photo
LOVINGERInfant  About 2 yrs old, no marker
SRADERS.  Photo
SWIGERCora Alice10-09-188002-14-1894Photo
UNKNOWN   Photo
WEDELCynthia "Thia" "Cyndi"10-03-197001-08-2010More
WEDELNeva Jewel06-08-193807-07-2015More


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