From the St Paul GLOBE newspaper, 16 April 1886, this account of a wedding party in the path of the cyclone at Rice's Station (now Rice, Mn).
As I wandered around the public cemetery in Rice today, I was looking for names from the above list. Two were tucked into the sod, almost invisible, and the third is a monument with the actual date on it.
Martin Souer, died 1886
"Mary A., daughter of John D and G?
April 14, 1886
10 Years, 11 Months and 2 Days"
John D Trabent's father was injured that day, and his mother was killed, but they're not buried at Rice, tho John is. He died in 1890, as inscribed on the front of the stone.