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Carson Community (Hepburn rural) Cemetery

Name of R.M.: Laird No.: 404
Name of Cemetery: Carson Community Cemetery
Name of Community: Hepburn Rural
Condition of Cemetery: Well cared for
Approximate number of burials: 101, 4 unmarked
Legal Land Location: NW 28-41-6, W 3rd, 4 miles west, 2 miles north of Hepburn
Recorded by: John P. Nickel
Date: 10 Jun 1994
Updated May 2004 by: Trent Ebach

Comments: This is a tiny, but very old cemetery, started around 1900 when Mennonites and the Seventh Day Adventists settled in the area. The now former Carson School lay just north of this cemetery. The caretakers are Marlin Pilatus (306) 047-4314 and Mr. Trent Ebach, (phone (306) 947-2042) and he keeps the cemetery records. Trent Ebach's, farm surrounds the Carson Cemetery. It lies next to the road.

[Note: For faster updating, and so that you may download the data easier, you may now open or download this linked PDF file with the most recent data we have for those interred in this cemetery: Carson-Community-(Hepburn-rural)-Cemetery.pdf]

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