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Submitted: 5/7/12 • Approved: 5/8/12 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R159548-G0-S3
Here is the story given to me by the grandson of Anna and Bernhart...
Both Grandparents were living in Chicago at the time of their passing.
Upon death, Bernhart was buried at Mount Emblem Cemetery, with a marker.
Anna, ten years later, at her passing, was cremated. It as shortly after this that Bern was also cremated. Both sets of ashes were moved to Flandreau (Union Cemetery) and spread at Ben and Alma's Reumann's grave.
Contributed on 5/7/12 by gailscriver
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