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East Side Cemetery
Estherville, Estherville Township
Emmet County IAGenWeb

The East Side Cemetery is probably the oldest cemetery in Emmet county. It is located within the city limits in the northeast part of the city. It was platted and established on July 14, 1866, at which time James L. L. Riggs and his wife Minerva made a deed to an association conveying a certain tract of land in Section 11, Township 99, Range 34, to said association to be used as a burial place. On Nov. 17, 1900, the Estherville Cemetery Association was incorporated by Howard Graves, Eliza Bemis, Mary J. Barnett, L. L. Bixby, J. W. Lough, W. S. Jones, C. B. Mattson, Sally A. Mattson and Robert Clark. The first seven of the above named constituted the first board of directors. The address for the cemetery is 1303 5th Ave N. The first burial recorded is an infant Annie Jenkins 8-19-1867.

Latitude: 43.407ºN  Longitude: 94.826ºW
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Please note: this is not a complete listing of burials. Please check local sources for exact information.

East Side Cemetery: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

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Surname Given Name Born Died Notes/Inscriptions Additional Info
York Kenneth Roger 10/24/1948 03/30/1949
Youmans Curtis E. 08/05/1886 1969 h/o Ethelyn Gravestone Photo
Youmans Ethelyn 1888 1980 w/o Curtis E. Gravestone Photo
Youmans Genita A. 1907 04/08/2003 Gravestone Photo
Young Flavia 11/21/1922 07/30/2008 Obituary
Young Marion 1867 1868 1Y 3M Gravestone Photo
Young Marion Maxine 1918 1985 w/o Merlin A.; M: 8-24-1939 Gravestone Photo
Young Merlin Arthur 01/05/1919 01/10/1986 h/o Marion; TSGT US ARMY WWII Gravestone Photo
Young Robert Howard 07/17/1924 01/07/1990 h/o Flavia; SSGT US ARMY AIR CORPS WWII Gravestone Photo
Gravestone Photo
Youngblood Marhria 04/18/1837 1909 Gravestone Photo
Youngstrom R. Paul 1927 1988 h/o Arlene L.; WWII

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