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Pella Mennonite Church Cemetery

Name of R.M. Lac Pelletier No. 107
Name of Cemetery: Pella Church
Name of Community: Neville
Name of Denomination: Mennonite
Condition of Cemetery: unknown
Ownership of Cemetery: Pella Church site
Approximate number of burials: 11 Known
Legal Land Location: NW 27-11-12 W3rd
Recorded by: Jim Leiding
Date: 2006
Local Contact Person: Jim Leiding
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Comments: The Old Church is just south of Highway 43, southeast of Neville in Southern Saskatchewan. The name is likely derived from the town of Pella, which was east of the Sea of Galilee in the mountains of Gilead. Services started in 1914 and were formalized in 1928.

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