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 St. Anthony of Padua Cemetery

this page was last updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014

St. Anthony of Puda Cemetery Photo by Bill Waters

Welcome to the St. Anthony of Padua Cemetery Page. This document summarizing data for 19 graves was created by merging the information found in the Works Project Administration (WPA) 1930ís Graves Registration Survey (5 records), the ongoing Iowa Gravestone Photo Project (GPP) (19 records), and the ongoing IAGenWeb Obituaries (Obits) (0 records). The left column of the tabulation indicates the source of the summary data WPA (W), GPP (P) and Obits (O). Note that some records have more than one source; this is because in many cases the information is redundant. If there is a disagreement, your county coordinator has used his best judgment about which information to include in the compilation. Please note the four icons below the cemetery tables. These icons can be used to access various web based sources of St. Anthony of Padua Cemetery information. This summary contains a wealth of information that was made available by volunteers taking pictures and transcribing data. Those volunteers are to be applauded, keep up the good work!

Connie Street is the past Winneshiek County IAGenWeb coordinator. While Connie was coordinator she uploaded over 650 pictures to the GPP project database. Thank you Connie, and the many others who have taken the time to share their cemetery pictures with us, now we can all take a virtual cemetery tour via the internet. Connie's pictures included one for the St. Anthony of Pada Cemetery entrance. This is what Connie wrote about the St. Anthony of Pada Cemetery. " Known as the Smallest Church in the World, this tiny church seats eight. The cemetery is located behind the building. The church/cemetery is located on Little Church Road southwest of Festina."

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This cemetery table operates with 4 windows; Winneshiek(site window), WPA (opened when you click on a W to view a WPA data record), GPP (Opened when you click a G to view a GPP photograph), and Obit (opened when you click an O to view an Iowa board obit). Any dates that are in Bold Blue have been calculated based on other available information.

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WGOSurnames Starting with ABirth DateDeath DateNotes
  G 
Balk, Eugene
Aug 14, 1936Mar 23, 2004
"Gene" Belived Husband Father Grandfather Teacher Coach Friend
WG 
Bouillon, Ursula
1784/1785Mar 27, 1857
Age 72 /Note: The WPA spelled Bouillon, Ursula as Gaertner, Ursula Bouillon
WG 
Gaertner, Johann
Oct 16, 1793Jun 27, 1887
/Married to: Gaertner, Magdalena (Bouillon)
  G 
Gaertner, Johann-Additional GPP
     
WG 
Gaertner, Magdalena (Boullion)
1789/1790Oct 13, 1859
Age 69/Married to: Gaertner, Johann
  G 
Huber, Frank J.A.
Mar 20, 1892June 8, 1958
Iowa Mus 2 Cl 55 Infantry World War I/Adjacent Stone to: Huber, S. Alona K.
  G 
Huber, Frank Louis
Apr 15, 1876Sep 25, 1876 
WG 
Huber, Franz Joseph
Mar 16, 1811Nov 23, 1887
/Married to: Huber, Maria Anna (Gaertner)
WG 
Huber, Maria Anna (Gaertner)
Feb 28 1823Oct 23 1902
Dau of Johann and Magdalena Gaertner/Married to: Huber, Franz Joseph
  G 
Huber, Maria Anna (Gaertner)-Additional GPP
     
  G 
Huber, Maria Anna (Gaertner)-Additional GPP
     
  G 
Huber, S. Alona K.
Sep 15, 1902June 22, 1982
/Adjacent Stone to: Huber, Frank J.A.
  G 
Huber, Unkown
   
Son of M A Huber
  G 
Huber, Unkown
   
Son of M A Huber
  G 
Schneberger, Veronica B. (Huber)
18931987
/Married to: Schneberger, William Henry
  G 
Schneberger, William Henry
18901966
/Married to: Schneberger, Veronica B. (Huber)
  G 
Unkown, Unkown
     
  G 
Untereiner, Jacob
18531862
/Same stone as: Untereiner, John
  G 
Untereiner, John
18491862
/Same stone as: Untereiner, Jacob
WGOSurnames Starting with Birth DateDeath DateNotes

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this page was last updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014