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* Big Hollow Cemetary

Big Hollow Cemetery 

Land for the cemetery was deeded to the Norwegian and Danish Lutheran Church of Big Hollow on Aug 25, 1884 by Hoover and Julia Anderson. When the church moved to Spring Green in 1953 the name changed to Spring Green Lutheran Church. In 1957, the name was changed again to the current name of Christ Lutheran Church (CLC).  The cemetery is taken care of by the CLC Big Hollow Cemetery Association (which is a part of the Property & Mgt Committee of CLC).

New Gate - installed in 2018

Original Gate 

Cemetery Policies
~~~~~ Condensed Version, complete set of Rules & Regulations is available for download below ~~~~~

Decoration Rules

  1. No solar lights are permitted.

  2. No glass containers are permitted.

  3. Seasonal items will be removed in a timely manner.

  4. Decorations must be placed only at the marker that is on the main monument row.

  5. Flower urns are not permitted unless placed on the concrete wash around a marker.

  6. No flowers, shrubs, trees, or decorations are permitted to be planted or placed on the graves or walkways.

  7. Bouquets and wreaths, either fresh or artificial, will be removed at the discretion of the caretaker or a trustee.

  8. Positively no rubbish is to be dumped anywhere in the cemetery nor over or against fences, nor by the roadside, except in the barrel marked “Dump Rubbish Here”.

Plot Information
~~~~~ Condensed Version, complete set of Rules & Regulations is available for download below ~~~~~

  1. A burial grave (or graves) may only be purchased from the Property & Management Committee of CLC or their designated representative (contact the church office for this contact information).

  2. The cost of a burial plot  is $500.00

  3. A user fee of $200 will be charged when a burial takes place.

  4. No memorials may be placed on a lot until payment in full has been received by Christ Lutheran Church.

  5. All memorials, markers, and monuments shall be verified by an authorized representative of Christ Lutheran Church.

  6. Memorials fabricated from concrete, artificial stone, wood, or metal are not permitted except for funeral home markers or military markers.

  7. Only accepted Christian symbols may be used on memorials.

  8. One grave plot may hold no more than three (3) cremains

Please contact the Church office to purchase a plot or for additional information