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Due to the generosity of Mrs. Albert Gehner, Mr. Theodore Friedhof, and many other benefactors, this site has become a focal point of agricultural activity in Platte County.
The donation of this land, formerly known as the Browner Farm, and a la…
Inscribed on the Bell:Henry Stuckstede B F Co.St. Louis, Mo.St John BaptistLinwood, Nebr1901
Weight: 1,450 lbs.
Father Francis Zalud of Abie, Nebraska, arranged for the organization of a new daughter parish, that of St. Mary's in nearby Linw…
Inscribed on the Bell:Cast by Stuckstede & Bro.St. Louis, Mo1908A.D. MCMY-111 - Pius - Pro[Probably MCMVIII for 1908]Ecclesia S.S. CordisCornlea, Nebr.
Weight: 1,000 lbs.
The dedication of the Sacred Heart Church, Cornlea, Nebraska was Novem…
Inscribed on the Bell:Buckeye Bell Foundry1898
The first record of Methodist religious work in the Surprise area dates back to 1871 when C. W. Comstock was pastor of the Seward Circuit. This charge consisted of the north half…
Inscribed on the Bell:The Hy. Stuckstede B. F. Co.St. Louis, Mo 1893Darowall KosciolowiS W Michala Tarnowie NebrJoseph Paprocki J. SofiaZona Jeco
Weight: 295 lbs.
In the early 1870's with much unrest in Poland, Francis Paprocki, a blacksmith…
Inscribed on the Bell:Mc Shane Bell FoundryBaltimore, Md1891#418
Weight: 800 lbs.
The Reverend Thomas B. Lemon, presiding elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church in southwest Nebraska, organized a congregation in Nelson in 1877. Church servi…
Inscribed on the Bell:Buckeye Bell Foundry1912The E. W. VanDuzen Co.Cincinnati
Weight: 710 lbs.
The church building was built by the Congregational Society in 1866-1867. It was located on 22nd Avenue between 9th and 10th Streets in Columbus.…
Inscribed on the Bell:Meneely & Kimberly,Founders,Troy, N.Y.1878
Weight: 710 lbs.
About 1873-1874 a few Catholic families began to settle in the vicinity of the present St. Bernard. Thus, we find John Dieter, John Melcher, Mathias Classen, J…
Inscribed on the Bell:Mc Shane Bell FoundryHenry McShane & Co.Baltimore, MdWeight: 795 lbs.
The records for the bell and the church were destroyed in a flood. The bronze bell carried no date. The church closed in the early 1970's.
Inscribed on the Bell:Clinton H. MeneelyBell CompanyTroy, N.Y. U.S.A.A. D. 1884
Weight: 1,350 lbs.
About 1873-1874 a few Catholic families began to settle in the vicinity of the present St. Bernard. Thus, we find John Dieter, John Melcher, M…