Brewster Mn and Hersey Cemetery
- I am searching for the obituary of Sina Langland from 1924. I am
sure she either died at home on a farm near Brewster or possibly the
hospital in Worthington if there was one there.
I am told she is buried in Hersey cemetery. Has that cemetery been
transcribed? Is a transcrption for sale anywhere?
What hours is your Historical Society open for research?
What resources do you have for searching?
- --- In NoblesCountyMN@y..., dufmur@y... wrote:
> I am searching for the obituary of Sina LanglandThe NCGG database has the following entries:
SURNAME FIRST_NAME PAGE SOURCE NOTES
LANGLAND Gunder A. 165 Cemetery Book #1 (below)
LANGLAND Mrs. Sina 165 Cemetery Book #1 (below)
LANGLAND H. M. 166 Mem. Rec. Of SouthW. MN 1897
LANGLAND, LEE Correspondence File 1991
The NCGG obituary database has the following:
Surname First Name Page
Langland, Blanche Beal (Mrs. Orville) 1916-1992
Langland, Merle I. Eggleston Mrs. Kenneth 1911-1990
Langland, Kenneth G. 1914-1996
Langland, Jayne Katherine, 1991 (age 3 1/2 mo.) parents: Mark
Langland, Jayne Katherine (infant) daugh. of Mark & Kristine
> I am told she is buried in Hersey cemetery. Has that cemetery beenIn the Hersey Township Cemetery:
> transcribed? Is a transcription for sale anywhere?
Mrs. Sina, 1883-1924
Gunder A. 1877-1950, father
These are the only Langland's that appear in or cemetery records.
The Hersey cemetery has be transcribed as have all the cemeteries in
Nobles County. At this point they are not for sale and we have not
found a place to post them to the Internet. We will search our
database for information when asked.
> What hours is your Historical Society open for research?M-F 12:30 to 5
> What resources do you have for searching?Obit. file, local history books, birth, death, marriage indexes. The
library has all the county newspapers on microfilm and the all the
census and pass. list for Nobles Co. The Lib. hours are M-F 8 to 5.
> Many thanks,