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RIVERSIDE CEMETERY
(Also Known As Our Saviors Lutheran Cemetery
and Hillsboro #2 Cemetery
and Riverside Cemetery Addition)

From Hillsboro, on Highway 200, go about 1.5 miles north.
Cemetery is on the left (west) side of the highway.
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Contributed By Mary Lindbo

In 1917 5.90 acres of land (east of Hillsboro No. 1 Cemetery) were purchased, known as the Riverside Cemetery Addition. A new water works system was established in 1918 and hedges, trees, and floral beds were laid out in 1919. When the association was no longer able to carry on with the financing of the cemetery, the City of Hillsboro took over its ownership in 1954 with one member of the City Commission in charge of the cemetery. NDGenWeb has not yet found a date when it came under the operation of the Saviors Lutheran Church.

Individual Visits / Research
Several Pederson family burials - confirmed by Mary Lindbo.

Red River Valley Genealogical Society
Index Of Tombstone Transcriptions

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Transcriptions At FindAGrave.com
There are over 350 tombstone transcriptions (some have photos) for
Riverside Cemetery at findagrave.com. Those surnames
are too numerous to record here so our site search is not picking them up.

Cemetery notes above are from the Hillsboro, North Dakota, The First Hundred Years, 1881-1981. Research helps can be requested at this page.

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