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Peter O. Penner Family Cemetery

Name of R.M. Corman Park, No. 344
Name of Cemetery: Peter O. Penner Cemetery
Name of Church or Denomination:
Name of Community: Warman
Approximate No. of burials: 25
Ownership of cemetery: Family owned
Condition Of Cemetery:
Legal Land Location: SE 2-38-5, W3rd This site is near the entrance to Wanuskewin Heritage Park.
SE 1-38-5, W3rd This second site is one mile east of the Penner Cemetery.
Submitted by: Gladys Wiebe
Date of recording: 15 May 1997
History of site: Peter O. Penner came to Clark's Crossing, Saskatchewan in 1902 to start homesteading. Four of his six adult children - Jacob, Abraham, Peter, and Margaretha with their families, also homesteaded in this area. Members of the Penner family, and members of the Wilhelm Bergen family, who homesteaded SE 1-38-5,W3rd, are buried here as well as some friends of the family. There is a little white picket fence around these graves around the SE 1-38-5 site, which can be seen from 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: Peter-O-Penner-Family-Cemetery.pdf]

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