Thanks for the message. You can get the death certificate from mnhs.org for $9; I can get it for free in person by looking it up myself but I won't be in St Paul until July. If you get one, please let me know what the cemetery blank says. I have input Foy, Tolgen and Bethany Lutheran and they were not on either of the documents I was reading from and not in Kelliher's Fairview either. On Find a Grave the cemeteries are Foy in Woodrow twp and Tolgen in Saum, both may be described as being in Saum and Bethany is regarded as being in Shotley. The towns and the township names do not necessarily match. I suspect Christine is in Foy or Bethany but if it is not named on the death certificate we will never know. If it is not given I will look at the old newspapers in Blackduck and see if there was an obituary. Kelliher had an off and on newspaper in those days so Blackduck is more reliable. The Snustad Funeral home which served for many years had a fire and they tell me there is very little left of their records. My brother still farms up there and is oxygen dependent so I go there for a month in summer and hook and unhook machinery so he doesn't have to get on and off the tractor; or I make lunch and supper and his wife follows in the fields. If you have someone in St paul, the documents are at the Historical Society on Kellogg Blvd near the capitol and the parking is $5, even if you stay 20 minutes.