Members of the Price County Genealogical Society who worked on this project transcribing the tombstones have gained more than a Cemetery Index for research in their family history quest. The opportunity to walk the 21 cemeteries of Price County and record information has been an occasion to recall the history of our county, remember those who settled the wilderness, built the towns, and served in government and commerce. No project of this magnitude is error free. Your input is welcome to make this a more complete and accurate index. Please contact the Price County Genealogical Society.
The Price County Genealogical Society extends heartfelt thanks to the Anne Marie Foundation for major funding of this index. The encouragement and support received helped make this venture possible. Special thanks to Jaye Rogers, Linda Loula and Linda Windmoeller, whose vision of tombstone transcriptions of the Phillips Cemeteries has grown countywide. Individual thanks to Pat Foytik for data entry; to the Carmen Esthimer family and Susanne, Jennifer & Brittany Nelson who shared their tombstone transcriptions for this index; to Hilda Peterson, Ilmi Nelson, Agnes Wudel, George Swanson, Elaine Vanderhoof, Terry Dunbar, Marcella Braski, Toni Palmquist, Bill Heindl, and Lee Lamoreaux, the town clerks, cemetery sextons and record keepers for their valuable information; to Don Mockler cartographer and data processor; and to the Phillips Public Library for producing a sample copy of this index.
Members of the Price County Genealogical Society who joined to produce this cemetery index are (alphabetically) Karen Baumgartner, Jean Bolton, June Dobbe, Peggy Edinger, June French, Linda Loula, Ursala Grapa, Alice Nelson, Don Mockler, Debbie Osborn, Jaye Rogers, Bonnie Welch, Linda Windmoeller, and Madeline Wolleman.