Rose Hill Cemetery Association (Gage County, Nebraska) [RG1340.AM]

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RG1340.AM:  Rose Hill Cemetery Association (Gage County, Nebraska) 



Records:  1880-1914 (photocopies only)

Gage County, Nebraska:  Cemetery association

Size:  One folder



BACKGROUND NOTE



The Rose Hill Cemetery Association was established on January 17, 1880.  Local interested citizens met at the schoolhouse in School District No. 5 in Gage County and formed themselves into a cemetery association.  Original officers of the association included Albert Vandusen (President and Trustee), John Savage (Treasurer and Trustee), Henry Richardson (Clerk) and J.W. Wehn (Trustee).  The cemetery is located approximately three miles east of DeWitt, Nebraska, at the corner of W. Chestnut Rd. and S.W. 100th Rd.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of one folder containing photocopies from a record book of the Rose Hill Cemetery Association.  The records date from 1880 to 1914 and include articles of association and bylaws, minutes of meetings, lists of lot sales and plats of the cemetery.



Note:  See the Library for additional information about Gage County cemeteries.



 



Subject headings:



Cemeteries

Gage County, Nebraska

Rose Hill Cemetery Association (Gage County, Nebraska)



 



Revised TMM      04-06-2018

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