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Fahlstrom Cemetery


This cemetery was named for Jacob Fahlstrom, who converted to Methodism in 1837, and for his work as a missionary to Indians and as a lay preacher to white settlers.  He is considered the first Swede in Minnesota.

This is the smallest cemetery in Afton, with only about a dozen graves.


short biography of Jacob Fahlstrom

Fahlstrom, Jacob

Fahlstrom, Margaret (Bungo)

Folstrum, John (Folstrum & Fahlstrom are probably different spellings of the same name)

Folstrum, daughter of John & Margaret 

Gangnier, Margaret

Gregoire, Arthur C.

Hutchinson, Violet

Baby Marie

Kelley, Samuel

Rausch, Alice E.

Tourville, Alfred D.

Tourville, John

Tourville, Lenore

Tourville, Stella J.

stone with "M.L.R."

addtional links on Jacob Fahlstrom

Jacob Fahlstrom link 1

Jacob Fahlstrom link 2

Jacob Fahlstrom link 3

Jacob Fahlstrom link 4


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