Mauser - Mount Moriah Cemetery - Butte, Montana
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N 45° 59.361 W 112° 32.525
12T E 380570 N 5094020
Quick Description: The Bertha and Rene Mauser broken column grave marker is in the Mount Moriah Cemetery located at 2415 S. Montana Street.
Location: Montana, United States
Date Posted: 9/13/2017 6:56:43 AM
Waymark Code: WMWJQ4
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Mark1962
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Long Description:
The Bertha and Rene Mauser broken column grave marker is near a line of trees in the NE corner of the second section bordering W. Greenwood Avenue. The broken column is made of granite and stands about 6 feet in height. There are two inscriptions with German text. "Geb. Clausen" is a feminine name possibly maternal.

The Masons established Mt. Moriah Cemetery in 1877. This historic cemetery is one of three in Butte. Located in Silver Bow County the Mount Moriah Cemetery is very well maintained and has approximate 14,430 interments included are two famous interments: Campbell, Albert James Campbell a U.S. Congressman and Lee Theophilus Mantle a U.S. Congressman.

HIER RUHT UNSERE LIEBE TOCHTER
(Here Rests Our Beloved Daughter)

BERTHA MAUSER
GEB. CLAUSEN

GEB. DEN
(Born on)
8, JUNI 1866

GEST. DEN
(Died on)
6, APRIL 1901

HIER RUHT
(Here Rests)

RENE MAUSER

GEB. DEN
(Born on)
25, SEPT. 1898

GEST. DEN
(Died on)
8, AUG. 1899

Headstone/Monument Text:
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