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Cemetery and funeral records of Ellsworth County, Kansas

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of original typescript (11 v.) written in 1938-1953.

Copied from original records by Gertrude S. Kunkle (Mrs. Harry Aaron); assisted by Lola Gertrude Gebhardt, Grace Shaw Woldt (Mrs. Herbert William), Mrs. T.E. Holt, and Mrs. Geo. E. Alden, Sr.; typed by Gertrude Sarah Bower Kunkle (Mrs. H.A.) and Louise Pflughoeft Huggins (Mrs. Austin W.). They were members of the Genealogical Records Committee of the Smoky Hill Chapter, D.A.R.

Volumes are individually indexed.

Contents: v. 3. Tombstone inscriptions of Columbia, Lincoln, Palacky, Sherman and Valley townships -- v. 4. Tombstone inscriptions of Blackwolf, Noble and Wilson townships -- v. 5. Lot owners and interments in Ellsworth Cemetery -- v. 6. Interment permits for Ellsworth Cemetery -- v. 7. Excerpts from funeral records of Hutchison & Grubb and T.B. Grubb, funeral directors, Ellsworth, Kansas, from Sept. 30, 1910, to Jan. 1, 1922 -- v. 8. Excerpts from funeral records of T.B. Grubb, funeral director and mortician, Ellsworth, Kansas, from Jan. 13, 1922, to Dec. 18, 1928 -- v. 9. Excerpts from funeral records of St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, [from Dec. 18, 1885 to Sept. 12, 1938] and interment and cemetery records of city clerk of Wilson, Kansas, [from Dec. 18, 1885 to Dec. 11, 1917] -- v. 10. Excerpts from interment and cemetery records of city clerk of Wilson, Kansas, [from Jan. 9, 1918 to Aug. 9, 1938] -- v. 11. Excerpts from burial records of Nesmith & Rodrick, morticians, Wilson, Kansas, [from May 1, 1894 to Sept. 8, 1938].

St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church is located in Wilson, Kansas.

Library has v. 3-11 on film only.

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