Lien Township

Lien Township was organized on July 28, 1874 by petition and named for Ole E. Lien, an early settler. Early settlers were Ole E. Lien, Erland Anderson, Hans Hanson, Lars Larson, Per Erlandson, Jens O. Strand, Ole D. Bartness, Mons Hesjedal, Martin Larson, H. Eide, Jens H. Gran, John G. Peterson, P.A. Moller, K.O. Bakke, Ole Mostad, and A Holen.
C = Cemeteries. Some cemeteries were established next to a church; some were several miles apart from each other. They are noted by early names.
S = School, noted by District Number.
Section 1:
Cemetery – Zion
Cemetery – Peace (Our Saviors)
Section 5:
School District # 25
Section 6:
Cemetery - FredensLund
Section 8:
Cemetery – Bethania
Section 12:
Cemetery – Bethesda
Cemetery - Union
School District # 33
Section 15:
School District # 53
Section 22:
Cemetery - Immanuel
Section 26:
School District # 14
Section 28:
Cemetery – Fridhem
School District # 67
Section 30:
School District # 4
Lien Township map, early cemeteries and schools.