This cemetery may be listed in #’s 1-85 somewhere by a different name…
Much Thank you’s out to Patricia Vandergriff for this transcription!
This cemetery was founded by Christian Poggemoeller, great-grandfather of Patricia.
Christopher, Baby; (BD)11-15-1932; child of Clyde and Agnes Christopher
Christopher, Clyde V.; (B)11-17-1912 (D)4-24-2000; married to Agnes Poggemoeller, granddaughter of Christian and Charlotte
Christopher, Cherrie; (BD) 5-13-1969, daughter of Frank and JoAnn Christopher, Frank is the son of Clyde and Agnes
Huskey, Alexander; (B)6-20-1884 (D)6-15-1951; married to Hilda Sewald, granddaughter of Christian and Charlotte
Mills, Michael D.; (B) 4-6-1988 (D) 8-31-2000; great-nephew of JoAnn Christopher; note: “Michael is not in the Poggemoeller Family, but he died at a young age and didn’t have a resting place, so we let him in our cemetery.”
Poggemoeller, Charlotte; (wife of Christian) (B)2-14-1842 (D)10-29-1912; Tombstone reads: “Clarlotte” Poggemoeller (A spelling error)
Poggemoeller, Christian; (B)5-11-1832 (D)12-15-1917; Tombstone reads: Christ Poggemoeller
Poggemoeller, Dolly; (B)11-26-1873 (D)7-1-1950; daughter of Christian and Charlotte, Aunt Doll was blind
Poggemoeller, Harry; Poggemoeller; (B)6-2-1884 (D)2-13-1960; son of Christian and Charlotte
Sewald, Joseph Sewald; (B)9-22-1878 (D)3-6-1959; married to Louisa Poggemoeller
Sewald, Louisa; (B)6-24-1879 (D)1-17-1946; daughter of Christian and Charlotte
“Also, there is a row of unmarked graves in the back that is children. (My dad said that) But we don’t know who they are. There’s about 6 or 7. We have some one who has a dowl rod (Like for finding water) that can tell us exactly where the graves are. When she comes, if it works, we will know how many and location of each. But we still won’t know names and dates.”