Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals
Volume One, no 1
Summer 1978 NEBRASKA ANCESTREE - Vol 1, No 1, Page 14
A-Recorded 28 May 1974 by Ruth E. Harms, Valentine NE
Taken from the "Republican", Valentine Nb 25 Jan 1924
MINNECHADUZA CEMETERY OR BOOTHILL
Located West Edge of Valentine, Cherry County
Some interesting items in regard to Valentine's early history: Mrs. A. N. COMPTON and her sister, Miss Katherine DONOHER, who came to Valentine as young girls when the Northwestern railroad entered the town, have in their possession some of the early files of the "Reporter", Valentine's first newspaper. and through it and their own recollections they have made a record of the burials in the first cemetery. There appear to be thirty-four of these, of whom fifteen were babies and young children.
A tract of land comprising a part of the school section west of Valentine was first used as a cemetery on 31 Jul 1883, when Peg Leg, Jack ADAMS was hastily buried. ADAMS kept a road house on the Minnekaduza Creek west of town, near what is now the MARLEY place. On the morning of the 31st he was found dead in his shack, shot to death. A coroner's jury, presided over by Dr. Alfred LEWIS, finally reluctantly decided that it might have been a case of suicide so the body was buried the same day. Then there was Clarence HAND, man from Montana, who arrived in town looking for a man named KEYE, with whom he had an account to settle. KEYE fired first when they met, and HAND was buried here. There was KENO, a gambler who was shot in an affray, and a woman who was accidentally shot also. Also one BYRON, an old sea captain, and a bartender here. Many of these graves were marked and many were not. The grave of Louis HASSED is marked by three pine trees, which are still standing.
In 1891 a cemetery was started in the south portion of the school section by Rev. Sam. HOLSCLAW, a pioneer preacher and homesteader here. The first burial in the new graveyard was of Mr. HOLSCLAW's son, Arthur, who died by his own hand. This cemetery was in use until A.E. THACHER, in 1902, had a cemetery platted on his land southeast of town and deeded the first lot to the DONOHERS. One Peter NOLAN was probably the first one buried here, and many bodies from the HOLSCLAW cemetery were moved to the new one. Just before his death Mr. THACHER deeded the land to his faithful attendant, Irwin "Windy" EMERY, who held it many years until his death. It later passed into the hands of the city.
The following is a copy of a list of people buried in the old cemetery. There is no added mention whether these are actually the forty members still in the cemetery, not yet removed, but our surmise is that this is such a list.Jack ADAMS Mrs. GREGGS Mrs. PARKS HAMLEN Mrs. HOOKER Shady WARE's mother Clarence HAND Mrs. PERRY Serg. John DUNN* George PARKER DIOR Baby Peter DONOHER, Sr.* Little KENO LURZ Baby Caleb GASKELLS Deutchie Louis HASSEL STETTER Baby* E. MCDONALD* Girl shot by Lank KEY ANDERSON Baby C. H. A. SMITH Old Man BYRON Old French man Capt. THIEMAN* Man with Broken Leg Mrs. CHERRY & Baby Uncle Dick TOWNE Gambler Old Lady RITTERBUSH* Bert EVARTS & 2 children Sage HEN Baby John HOOTEN* Malvince IRWIN Van BUSHERKS Baby John MILLER*
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B-Recorded 28 May 1974 by Ruth E. Harms, Valentine NE
(continued Minnechaduza Cemetery,)Daniel HUBBARD Henry WOODSON HERSHEY* Charles BETTS* J. Wesley TUCKER* JOHNSON* Charles PRESHO* Maj. John MINOR*
This was copied 2 Jul 1974 at the Cherry County Historical Society. 28 May 1974: Stones knocked over and most of then gone. Fence torn down and someone building close by. The style still there. *These are in Mt. Hope now, most of them are in the Old Soldier's Circle. HERSHEY could be HENRY S., JOHNSON, ABRAM, but only 2 stones still there, iron fence around a small grave.
Hubert ROULEAU died 25 Jun 1887 aged 91 years
May the resurrection find thee on the bosom of thy God.
Lucy A. wife of J. C. GRIGGS: died 29 Jan 1884 aged 48 yrs, 11 m's, 8 d's
- Taken from "The Reporter"
- *2 Aug 1883 - J. K. ADAMS
- "Democratic Blade"
- 5 Feb 1886 - Henry STEPHENS
- *2 Apr 1886 - Bert EVARTS
- 14 May 1886 - Thomas REDMOND
- 13 Aug 1886 - 6 mo. girl of Mr. & Mrs. No R. FARRIS
- 20 Aug 1886 - 5 yr. old son of Mr. & Mrs. H. L. SISLER
- 27 Aug 1886 - Mrs. Geo. L. FISHER
- 1 Oct 1886 - Mrs. Ida No HOOKER and baby
- J. W. STETTER child
- 15 Oct 1886 - 17 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. N. B. JOHNSTON
- *19 Nov 1886 - John ORMISHER
- 10 Dec 1886 - 6 mo. baby of Mr. & Mrs. A. J. FOLKS
- 17 Dec 1886 - 7 mo. baby of Mr. & Mrs. Frank DORR
- 19 May 1887 - Charles PRESHO
- *23 Jun 1887 - Hubert ROULEAU
- 18 Aug 1887 Samuel Henry WISER - 4 months
- 25 Aug 1887 William P. BYRON - 56 years.
- 1 Jun 1888 Mr. COLLINS "The Republican"
- 8 Jun 1888 SHELDON murdered by ROBINSON
- 25 Jan 1889 - Infant of Mrs. H. H. RAY
- 1 Mar 1889 Frank CUNNINGHAM
- 15 Mar 1889 - Ira RICHARDSON child
- *22 Mar 1889 - Mrs. Jas. ROBERTS
- 10 May 1889 - W. 0. TUPPER
- 9 Aug 1889 - Otto B. LUNZ
- 30 Aug 1889 - 13 yr. old dau. of Mr. & Mrs. GEORGE
- 6 Sep 1889 - miss Etta CHERRY
- *4 Oct 1889 - Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank CARLSON
- 25 Oct 1889 - Lorain SMITH, 8 mons.
- 15 Feb 1890 - Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. J. S. KALBLIMER
- 21 Mar 1890 - child of Mr. & Mrs. M. HANSEN
- *11 Apr 1890 - Arthur L. HOLSCLAW
- 10 Oct 1890 - Theodore MORLAN
- 19 Dec 1890 - Synthia May WELCH
- *30 Jan 1891 - Mrs. Wm. GULICK
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(continued Minnechaduza Cemetery)
- 6 Mar 1891 - grandchild of Mr. & Mrs. J. W. TUCKER
- *13 Mar 1891 - Nathan LUNDY
- 27 Mar 1891 - Charles SHAW
- 3 Apr 1891 - Mrs. Walter HARE
- 10 Apr 1891 - Miss Ham SHACKELTON
- 10 Apr 1891 - Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. W. E. JENKINS
- 1 May 1891 - Lillie FOSTER
- *5 Jun 1891 - Dau. of Mrs. Mary EADS, 1 yr.
- *24 Jul 1891 - Mrs. C. W. PARKS
- *31 Jul 1891 - Mrs. F. M. GOKEY
- *7 Aug 1891 - Frank HETH
- 4 Sep 1891 - Infant of Mr. & Mrs. J. F. HUNTER
- 11 Dec 1891 - Chas. SEARBY, 72 yrs.
- 18 Dec 1891 - G. SEDERSTROMS little dau., 1 yr. 9 mo.
- 1 Jan 1892 - DRESSEN child murdered by Mrs. DRESSEN
- 22 Jan 1892 - Mrs. G. SEDERSTROM, 32 yrs.
- *18 Mar 1892 - John GALLINO
- 15 Apr 1892 - J. C. HUNTER. 53 yrs
- 8 Jul 1892 - Mrs. HADLOCK
- *15 Jul 1892 - child of Mr. & Mrs. L. C. SPARKS, I yr. 9 mo.
- *29 Jul 1892 - child of Mr. & Mrs. P. SIMONS
- 29 Jul 1892 - Peter REIMERS 6 yr. old son
- 5 Aug 1892 - Infant of Mr. & Mrs. FARRIS
- 9 Sep 1892 - Old Mr. BROAD
- 7 Oct 1892 - Infant of H.C. CHAUFTY
- 14 Oct 1892 - child of Mr. & Mrs. P. SIMONS
- 18 Nov 1892 - John T. STEELE, 25 yrs.
- *25 Nov 1892 - Mrs. WARE, 45 yrs.
- *2 Dec 1892 - Peter NOLAN
- 17 Feb 1893 - dau of W. H. & A. E. LANCE
- 24 Feb 1893 - Husband of Sarah F. RITTERBUSH
- 3 Mar 1893 - dau. of A. C. TREMMEL, killed by brothers
- *7 Apr 1893 - Fannie EVARTS
- *14 Apr 1893 - Mrs. Nathan LUNDY
*Cemetery west of town, could be Minnechaduza or Holsclaw,
Burials from St. John's Church RecordsAlbert A. EVARTS 31 Mar 1886 37 yrs. John T. REDMUND 11 May 1886 23 yrs. Ella FARRIS. dau of M.R. FARRIS 13 Aug 1886 8 mo. Charles H.G. STETTER, son of Jacob 28 Sep 1886 4 mo. Marian I. HOOKER 29 Sep 1886 34 yrs. Earl DORR, son of Frank 15 Dec 1886 7 mo. Mrs. R. E. CHOTE 24 Dec 1886 23 yrs. Annie SHAW, dau of Dallas & Julia 19 Jun 1887 2 yrs. Sophia Elizabeth WAITE, dau of Wm. E. 24 Jul 1887 4 mos. George Earl MURPHY, son of Thos. R. 19 Dec 1888 10 mo. Evaline (BOWDEN) HARE 2 Apr 1891 29 yrs. Albert Charles TREMMEL It Jan 1893 42 yrs. Mary E. SPARKS 5 Sep 1896 36 yrs. Warren COOK 23 May 1897 16 yrs.
"Happy is the man who recalls his ancestors with pride, who treasures the story of their greatness, tells the tales of their heroic lives, and with joy too full for speech, realizes that fate has linked him with a race of goodly men." GOETHE
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A-submitted by Miss Clarice Anderson, Blair, NE
* THE HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, NEBRASKA -
A STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL, 1887-1976
The village of Washington in southern Washington County was platted beside the railroad being built in 1887, between Bennington and Arlington. It was a bustling community serving the nearby farm area, with a population up to 150 in the 1920's.
As automobile and truck transportation replaced the trains during the depression and drought years, business faded away and most families moved, leaving 44 persons in 1960. Long vacant buildings were torn down, some houses were moved out of town, several burned down.
Then several young families moved "back home". Others liking the rural atmosphere only twenty miles from Omaha, built homes. The revitalized town with one multi-service business to supply farm needs, a post office, and a four-room school, had a population of 136 in 1976 and continues to grow. State Highway Spur 21-J now connects the town to Highway #36 west of Bennington.
Persons listed in the History of Washington, Nebraska through early 1940'sACKERMAN, Lucille - teacher P. 16 BRUNTON, Herb - helped build ANDERSEN, Alvin - Indian relics church 1911 26 on farm 5 BRUSE, George - bank cashier 22 ANDERSEN, Andy - barber 10 BUCK, D. - meat market 28 ANDERSEN, Nels - farm settler 1882 4 BUSCH, Herman - bought saloon ANDERSON Nick - farm settler 4 cc. 1903 13 ANDERSON, Trena - pictured, BUSCH, Mrs. Herman - ran Ladies' Aid 27 variety store 13, 30 ANDERSON, George - trucker 30 BUSCH, Mrs. Herman - pictured, ANDERSON, Hans - meat market 10 Ladies Aid 27 AUGUSTUS, O. - barber 10 CAMERON, Audrey - teacher 15 BADGROW, Ruby - teacher 15 CARLSON, Edna - teacher 15 BARTLETT - station agent 8 CHRISTENSEN, Annie - pictured, BERGMAN, Ben - storekeeper 1945 29 Ladies Aid 27 BERGMAN, Christopher - farm CHRISTENSEN, Henry C. - grocery settler 1879 4 store 1901; post- BERGMAN, Fritz - "Jesse James master, 1902 5, 11 slept here" 5 CHRISTENSEN, Henry - BERGMAN, Henrick - farm settler, Sec., Hall Assoc. 1902 20 1870 4 CLAUSSEN, Henry - member town band 21 BERRY, Helen -teacher 16 CHRISTENSEN, Lars - farm BERTELSEN. Bertel - pictured 28 settler, 1878 4 BERTELSEN, Elmer & Clara CHRISTENSEN, Thorwald - painter 29 ran tavern 12 CLAUSEN, Henry - carpenter 30 BERTELSEN, Ethel Hinze - teacher 15 COATS. - ran store 12 BOTHWELL, Z. C. - banker 22 COMPTON, Bob - mail carrier 1903 6 BROWN, Dave & Will - COOK, Beulah - teacher 15 members town band 21 CRINK, Arthur - teacher 15 (continued) *LeMara Eicke
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B-Submitted by MISS Clarice Anderson, Blair, NE
(continued-History of Washington, Nebraska)CUNNINGHAM, W. G.- built hotel 9 HEDELUND, George - banker 22 CURTISS, Mossie - teacher 15 RICKEY, Dr. - of Bennington, CHAPMAN, W. C. - station agent 8 came to patients 24 DAVIES, Dr. - of Arlington HILL. Mrs. - ran hotel 10 came to patients 24 HILLER, Rev. - from Elk City, DEMMICK - barber 10 first pastor 26 DESLER. Art - gas truck 31 HOUSE, James - bought Mercantile DIMMICK, Doug - pictured, store 1911 26 road work 33 JAMES, Jesse & Frank - slept at DUFFY - creamery operator 20 Fritz Bergman farm 5 DURKIN, J. - blacksmith 1890 16 JASZKOWIAK - farm settler 1885 4 EBNER, Feliz G. - general store built grain elevator 8 and drugs 1893 9 JASKOWIAK - boy - provided buggy FALCUTT, S. J. - station agent 8 service to school 14 FIELDS, G. W. - teacher 15 JASZKOWIAK, Andrew - son of Mari, 31 FITCH, John - grain elevator 8 member of town band 21 FITCH, John - hardware store 1888, JASZKOWIAK, August - son of Mari, 31 postmaster 1889 12, 20 member of town band 21 Pres. Hall Assoc. 1902 20 JASZKOWIAK, Dora - daughter of Mari 31 FITCH, John W. - postmaster, JASZKOWIAK, Frank - son of Mari 31 hardware store 1889 5 JASKOWIAK, John - son of Karl 31 FITCH, L. P. - ran livery stable 24 JASZKOWIAK, Julia - daughter of Mar1 3l 1911; Village Board 1915 32 JASZKOWIAK, Mari - settler from FITCH. Lem - hardware store 1915 12 Poland 31 FITCH, Lemuel - helped build JASZKOWIAK, Matilda - ran first church 1911 26 store, d. of Mari 4, 31 FITCH, O. A. - meat market 10 JASZKOWIAK, Rosa - d. of Mari 31 FRENCH, Ruth - teacher 15 JASZKOWIAK, Sopha - d. of Mari 31 FRITZ and DALGAS - ran hotel 10 JEFFERSON, Jeff - pictured, GIBSEN, Jabe - purchased bank 22 road work 33 GLANDT - tore down store bldg. 26 JEFFERSON, Jeff & Mrs. - pictured, GLANDT, Bill - built Hall bldg. 20 store interior 25 GLEASON -- station agent 8 JEFFERSON, Will - store keeper 26 GLENDENING, -- ran garage 12 creamery operator 20 GLENDENNING, Perry - auto garage 29 JENKS, - grain elevator 8 GOLLERON, Grace - teacher 15 JENSEN, Carl - grain elevator 8 GORMAN, Roger - grain elevator 8 JENSEN, Theo. - storekeeper 1920 28 GOTTSCH, Ben - trucker, milk rte. 30 JEPPESEN, Irma - teacher 15 GOTTSCH, Charles - farm JOHANNSEN, Peter -built store 1898 11 settler 1881 4 JOHNSON, Buck -trucker 30 HANSEN, Arndt - blacksmith. 1893 16 JOHNSON, Christian - pictured, HANSEN, Hans - built saloon 1894, road work 33 pictured 13 JOHNSON, John & Emma - store HANSEN, Hulda - picture Ladies Aid 27 keepers 1924 - 29 HANSEN, Jens - mail carrier, JOHNSON, John "Buck" - trucker, 1908-1936 6 last to run elevator 9 HANSEN, Lars - farm settler 1884 4 KAYLER, William - auto garage 191 29 HARDING, Martha - teacher 15 (continued)
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(continued-History of Washington, Nebraska)KEMPER, -- station agent. 8 MYERS, Charles - station agent 8 KERNMEYER. L. D. - leader town band 21 NELSON, Bill - ran tavern 12, 13 KERSTETTER, Ira - helped build NELSEN, Elvina - picture Ladies Aid 27 church 1911 26 NELSEN, Frederikke - picture. KERSTETTER Ladies - ran restaur- ladies Aid 27 ant c.1918 12 NELSON. Mike - painter 1911 29 KILLION, Myrtle - teacher 15 NIELSEN. Chris - picture, lumber KLINE, B. G. - station agent 8 Yard; butcher, ran livery KNUDSEN. Andrew - farm settler 1873 4 stable 9, 10, 24 KNUDSEN, Emma M. - postmistress 7 NIELSEN, Jens - meat market 10 KNUDSEN, Eric - trucker, milk rte., 21 general store, picture 27 feed store 30 NIELSEN, Mrs. Jens - picture KNUDSEN, Ingrid - postmistress 1943 7 general store 1915 11 pictured Ladies Aid 27 NIELSEN, Madeline - pictured 11 dressmaker 1913 30 NIELSEN, Nels - butcher 10 KOEHOE. Eunice - teacher 15 NIELSEN, Nels Marinus -ran KUNST, John - carpenter 30 livery stable 24 KUNST, Johannes 31 NIELSEN., Rev. - pastor, 1924 27 LAMB, George - dog pound NYE, SCHNEIDER & FOWLER keeper 1917 32 grain dealers 8 LAMB, George & Adele-ran hotel 10 OLSEN, Carrie - picture Ladies Aid 27 Rev. Knud - pastor 1927 27 OSTERLUND, Mary C. - homeowner 1910 27 LATHRUP, -- of Kennard, OLSTERLUND, Nels - ran hotel 10 built church 1911 26 PAASCH, Amanda - daughter of LAWSON --- dentist 10 Fritz Bergman 5 LEE, C. E. - garage bldg. 12 PAYNE, Harry - barber 10 Ford Station 1920's 29 PETERS, Anna - long-time residen 18 elec. power maintenance 32 PETERSEN, Bessie -teacher 15 LEE. Clarence E.- postmaster 1921 6 PETERSEN, C. Henry - Mercantile LEE, Clarence & Ollie - radio shop 12 store 1917 26 LEE, Ollie R. - postmaster 1920 6 PETERSEN, Celia seamstress 30 LINDSAY, Thomas - landowner 1881 4 PETERSEN, Charles - hauled supplies 30 application for postoffice 1888 5 PETERSEN, Clara - seamstress, 30 LIRDEN, William - general store 12 father a leading merchant 26 LITTLE, Irene - teacher 16 PETERSEN, Clara A. - postmistress 6 Love, Dr. - physician 31 PETERSEN, Dagmar - picture Ladies LYONS, Hal - store. implement Aid 27 shop, picture 7, 13, 23 PETERSEN, Henry - storekeeper 1917 6 McDONALD, R. G. - barber 10 PETERSEN, Louise - picture Ladies McNEALY, Arthur - creamery operator 20 Aid 27 MADSEN, Harold - store keeper 26 PRESTON, Newton - Arlington MATZEN, BILL - trucker 30 postmaster 1888 5 MISFELDT, Harold - gas truck 31 RASMUSSEN, Axel - Village Bd. 1915 32 MISFELDT, Verna - teacher 16 RASMUSSEN, Eske - paint shop 1915 29 MOORE. R. W. - bought Mercantile RASMUSSEN, Rev. J. - pastor 1921 27 store, 1913; 26 RASMUSSEN, Pete - farm settler 1881 4 Village Board 1915 32 RHODES. -- creamery operator 20 MUCK, Joseph - land owner 1860 4 (continued)
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D-Submitted by Miss Clarice Anderson, Blair, NE
(continued-History of Washington$ Nebraska)RICHARDS, David - station agent 1930 8 TUTTLE, Eva M. - postmistress 1915 6 RICHARDS. Hattie - station agent 1930 8 UBBELORDE. Mynard - school bus dr. 15 ROBERTS. Will - member town band 21 UNLAND, Will - grain elev., band 8, 21 RODELL, Minnie - teacher 15 VEER - ---- barber 10 ROBERTS, R. E. - grain elevator 8 VOSS, William - painter 1892 29 ROSENKILDE, Mrs. - woodworking 16 WALDRON -- bank cashier 1904 22 ROSENKILDE, Soren - town band 21 WALDRON, H. B. - Pres. of bank 1904 22 blacksmith, 1899-1942 16 owned first auto 31 fishing 22 WALGREEN, Harriet - teacher 15 ROVER Claus - operated hotel 10 WALLACE, Mrs. Hilda - grocer 29 ROBERTS, Henry - hardware store WARDELL, George - farm settler 1882 4 1907-1915 12 grain elevator, cattle SANDER, Norma - teacher 16 feeder 8 SEYMOUR, Bethel - teacher 15 WARDELL, Mrs. Jennie Rasmussen SHARP, Cullen - mail carrier 1906 6 ran hotel 10 SHARP, Louise - first teacher 14 WARDELL, Joe - cattle feeder SHUMACHER, Belle - picture and dealer 8 Ladies Aid 27 WARNERMUNDE, F. C. - village SHUMACHER, C. V. - grain elevator 8 Board 1915 32 elec. power maintenance 32 WEARE, George - barber 10 postmaster 1924 - 6 WEEKS, J. M. - barber 10 SIEVERS, B. F. - poolhall, tavern 13 WELLS, C. L. - Village Board 1915 32 SIMONSEN, Henry - built livery WENDT, Gus - grocer 29 stable 1900 24 WENDT, Henry, early farm bank vice-pres. 1904 22 settler 4 built impement bidg. 1905 23 WHITE, A. L. - blacksmith c.191 17 SIMONSEN, Lena - operated Mercantile 26 WIESE, Bill - trucker 30 STEFFENSEN, Steffen - dray service, WITHEY, Charles - station agent 8 trucker 30 WITHEY, Chas. H. - first post- STENDER, Bill - gas truck, garage 31 master & sta. agent 1888 5 STEWART, Jake - grain elevator 8 WOOD. Esther Joyce - teacher 15 SUNDS, Albert - picture road work 33 WRICH, Helen - picture Ladies SUNDS. Tamina - picture ladies Aid 27 Aid 27 SUNDS, Thelma - picture Jefferson WRIGHT, Helen - teacher 15 store 25 YOUNGER, Cole, Bob & Jim - THOELIKE, Fred - teacher 15 with James bros. at THOMPSON, Ole - dray service 30 Burgman farm 5
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R. Lee SHARP, on the necessity of accepting favors:
One spring day, long ago, Father called me to go with him to old man TRUSSELL's blacksmith shop. He had left a rake and a hoe to be repaired. And they were ready when we came, fixed like new. Father handed over a silver dollar, but Mr. TRUSSELL refused to take it. "No," he said. "There's no charge for that little job." My father insisted.
If I should live a thousand years, I'll never forget that blacksmith's reply. "Sid," he said to my father, "can't you let a man do something - just to stretch his soul?" Alabama Baptist
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