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Rabbit Lake (Hoffnungsfelder) Mennonite Cemetery

R.M. of Round Hill, No. 467
Legal Land Location: SE 15-48-13, W 3rd. One mile south and two miles west of the village of Rabbit Lake.
Name of Community: Rabbit Lake and District
Condition of Cemetery: Well cared for
Approximate number of burials: 53
Ownership of Cemetery: The Hoffnungsfelder Mennonite Church
Recorded by: John P. Nickel
Date of recording: 28 July 2000

Cairn erected at Cemetery entrance:
This Memorial was placed by the descendants of
Johann and Maria (Plenert) Giesbrecht on October 6, 1998
In Memory of the founding families of the
Rabbit Lake Hoffnungsfelder (Field of Hope) Mennonite Church
This Church was established on July 15th 1928 by
Mennonite Immigrants from Russia who came
to Canada seeking peace and freedom of religion"


[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: Rabbit-Lake-Hoffnungsfelder-Mennonite-Cemetery.pdf]



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