Flower Cemetery: Rugby, North Dakota: Catholic Burials
Mary Ebach, author and compiler
Self published, Rugby, North Dakota, 2000, 425 pages, softcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to make
available this important reference publication Little Flower
Cemetery: Rugby, North Dakota: Catholic Burials with Mary Ebach
as author and editor.
Mary Ebach writes in the Dedication: "This genealogy/historical
book is dedicated to our ancestors buried in Little Flower Cemetery,
Rugby, North Dakota. As the pages unfold, you will see not only
the family histories, but a part of the history of the community
as well. The farmers, the store keepers, the military who so faithfully
served their country, our father, mothers, brothers, sisters, husbands,
and wives, all who now rest in the sleep of Christ."
Some of the family names included are: Axtman, Bachmeier, Bischoff,
Brossart, Burgard, Duchscher, Ebach, Ehli, Giesinger, Hagel, Hager,
Haman, Heintz, Hilzendager, Hoffart, Horner, Hornstein, Jaeger,
Jundt, Kessler, Klein, Koenig, Kraft, Krenzel, Kuntz, Leier, Lesmeister,
Lingor, Mathern, Moser, Pfeifer, Richter, Ripplinger, Schaan, Schall,
Schnell, Scherr, Schiff, Schmaltz, Schmidt, Schneider, Schumacher,
Thomas, Tuchscher, Tuchscherer, Vetsch, Voeller, Volk, Voller, Weber,
Welk, Wentz, Wolf, Wolfe, Ziegler, and Zimmerman.
Each entry includes when information is available about the following:
family name, given name, spouse, maiden name, date of birth, date
of death, father, mother, cause of death, brothers, sisters, occupations,
places lived, notes, and military service.
The publication includes deaths reported at the Little Flower Cemetery
up to April 1, 1999.
Some of the iron crosses
marking graves in the cemetery.
Some of the unmarked graves.