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Pierceland North Pine Cemetery

Name of R.M.: Beaver River No.: 622
Name of Cemetery: North Pine
Name of Church: Emmanuel Mennonite Church
Name of Denomination: General Conference
Condition of Cemetery: Well Cared For
Ownership of Cemetery: Church
Approximate number of burials:
Legal Land Location: SW 9-63-25, W 3rd
Directions: located 7 miles north, 1 mile east, and 1 mile north of Pierceland
Recorded by: Shirley Dyck
Date: 31 July 2003
Comments: The land was donated by Cornelius Unrau, and the Cemetery was established about 1943. Rev. Jacob J. Dyck was the pastor at that time.

There is a stone monument erected in Memory of Pierceland Pioneers just 1 mile south and ½ a mile west of the town of Pierceland. Of the 24 names two are Mennonite names: one is a little girl Edna Dyck 1933-1940, and there a young man by the name of Cornelius Neudorf 1901-1939.

[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: Pierceland-North-Pine-Cemetery.pdf]

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