Rose Valley Cemetery
Gardner, Cass County, North Dakota

Cemetery: Rose Valley Cemetery
Other: N/A
Sign: No
Street: Section 2 Gunkel Township Cass County North Dakota or from Gardner, go 6 miles west on Country Road 26 and turn and go 1/2 mile south
City: Gardner 6 miles
Township: Gunkel
County: Cass
State: North Dakota
Nation: USA
Zip: N/A
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions: From Gardner, go 6 miles west on County Road 26 and turn and go 1/2 miles south.
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural-agricultural
Terrain: Level
Watersource: No
Features: Lilac Bushes
Land Type: Public
Access: Open
Enclosure: None
Gate: None
Established: 1891
Gravestones: 10-12
Oldest: 1891
Newest: 1926
Removed: Yes
Relocated: No
Repairs: Unsure
Methods:
Restoration: Unsure
Association: No
Records: Yes
Inventory: Yes
Records location: Cemeteries of North Cass County Red River Genealogical Society 1971 Supplement published in 1988.
Landscaping: Yes
Paths: No
Trees: No
Crypts: No
Fencing: Yes
Walkways: No
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: No
Granite: Yes
Marble: No
Native Stone: No
Slate: Yes
Other Stone: No
Wood: Yes
Materials: No
Architectural: No
Angels: No
Draperies: No
Fraternal: No
Hands: No
Lambs: Yes
Monograms: No
Plants: No
Photos: No
Religious: No
Scrollwork: No
Urns: No
Other Carvings: No
Condition: Cemetery poorly maintained
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: No
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather problems: No
Pollution problems: No
Vandalized: No
Overgrowth: Gravestones-Disturbing
Vegetation: Ground-Cover
Drainage: Good:
Problem: Apathy
Owner: Cemetery
Use:
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Same
Reason:
Visited: Occasionally
Archeology: No
Habitat: No
Contacted: N/A

Needs

It needs some of the headstones found and the broken ones fixed. There was one headstone that was broken in half with one half of it missing. They also need to trim the lilac bushes and mow the grass better.

Other Information

This cemetery was on property that belonged to a Congregational Church prior to 1897. In the 1971 book, "Cemeteries of Northern Cass County" there were quite a number of burials there about (40-50). However a lot of the burials were transferred to other cemeteries, so when the Red River Genealogical Society did the supplement, they only found 10- 15 burials. Some of the headstones are broken and some are hidden in high grass.

Support

N/A

Submitted by:

name: Anne Braun
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Date: September 21, 2001