St. Mark Cemetery
Garden Plain, Sedgwick County, Kansas


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Name Birth Date Death Date Other Information
Friess, Minnie (Lampe)
6-16-1907 2-25-2005 d.  St. Marks KS Sedgwick co, W/O Raymond Nicholas Friess married 1-17-1934 in Waterloo KS., D/O Ben & Anna (Menke) Lampe
Kerschen, Eugene J.
11-8-1941 6-12-2004 b. & d. Goddard KS Sedgwick co
Kerschen, Johanna E. (Geiger)
9-16-1905 2-16-2005 b. St. Marks Ks Sedgwick co, d. Cunningham Ks Kingman co, D/O John Geiger and Mary Schneider. On Nov. 11, 1931, she married the late Nicholas P. Kerschen in St. Marks.
Schmidt, Rev. Msgr. George N. 12-3-1914 4-5-2005 d. Wichita, His appointments included: Assistant, St. Rose of Lima, Great Bend, June 27, 1941; Assistant, St. Mary Cathedral, Wichita, August 28, 1941; Pastor, St. Mary, Sitka and Mission of Ashland, July 12, 1944; Director of Propagation of the Faith and H.C.A.; Pastor, St. Peter, Schulte, September 20, 1947; Pastor, St. Mary Magdalen, new parish in east Wichita, June 23, 1950; Pastor, St. Mary parish, Chase, June 29, 1972; Assumed responsibility for mission of Holy Trinity, Little River, April 19, 1974; Pastor, St. Mark, St. Mark, March 30, 1978; retired, October 1, 1990. He was preceded in death by: parents John and Anna (Heronema) Schmidt; sister Isabella Schmidt, sister infant Celestine Schmidt, brother Leonard Schmidt, sister Sr. Bernadette Schmidt, sister Celestine Isenbarth, and sister Louise Dolechek,.

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