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Wiseton and district : 1905-1980.

Wiseton and district : 1905-1980.

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Published by Wiseton Historical Society in [Wiseton, Sask .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wiseton region (Sask.) -- History.,
  • Wiseton region (Sask.) -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Compiled by the Wiseton Historical Society.

    ContributionsWiseton Historical Society
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5745W5 W57
    The Physical Object
    Pagination412 p. :
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19000182M

    As the people interned represented a relatively large geographic area some detailed information was sourced from several local history books. After completing her education in Joan followed her passion and went on to teach elementary school in the Wiseton area. Joan was an excellent cook, enjoyed needlework, playing the piano and was active in the ceramics club, UCW and was a committee member to produce the Wiseton history book for Joan, as well as teaching, took an active role in the farming operation until George's passing in The cemetery was named Holt Cemetery after Mr. She resided in North Hollywood until the age of 10 when her family relocated to Saskatchewan settling in the Wiseton area.

    The primary sources were the actual grave markers, head stones, and memorial plaques if and when present. Unfortunately, even with a rather extensive research effort, missing data remains for several internments. Information for this cemetery was collated from several sources. The first burials among the early settlers were Miss Emma Jane MacDonald, who died of tuberculosis on May 23, and a young man, Mr.

    She resided in North Hollywood until the age of 10 when her family relocated to Saskatchewan settling in the Wiseton area. Documented additions, amendments, or corrections would be appreciated and will be included in a future revision. The grounds are well kept and are looked after by family, neighbors, and friends. In a number of instances there were incongruencies in the spelling or order of names, family relationships, dates of birth or death, and the ages of the people.


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Wiseton and district : 1905-1980. book

Documented additions, amendments, or corrections would be appreciated and will be included in a future revision. A copy of the burial register found at the cemetery building was also used as a primary source.

In lieu of other tributes, memorial donations may be made to Wiseton United Church, Wiseton Memorial Hall or charity of one's choice.

As the people interned represented a relatively large geographic area some detailed information was sourced from several local history books. Unfortunately, even with a rather extensive research effort, missing data remains for several internments. She resided in North Hollywood until the age of 10 when her family relocated to Saskatchewan settling in the Wiseton area.

The grounds are well kept and are looked after by family, neighbors, and friends. Joan married George in and together they raised their son John on the farm. Joan was an excellent cook, enjoyed needlework, playing the piano and was active in the ceramics club, UCW and was a committee member to produce the Wiseton history book for The cemetery was named Holt Cemetery after Mr.

After one winter on her own at the farm, she relocated to Saskatoon in the spring of Joan, as well as teaching, took an active role in the farming operation until George's passing in Click on photo to enlarge.

The first burials among the early settlers were Miss Emma Jane MacDonald, who died of tuberculosis on May 23, and a young man, Mr.

The primary sources were the actual grave markers, head stones, and memorial plaques if and when present. In a number of instances there were incongruencies in the spelling or order of names, family relationships, dates of birth or death, and the ages of the people.

She considered it a privilege to teach in the same district for many years, teaching the parents and children of many families in the community. Joan was born in Moorepark, CA.

Joan Leona (Kelly) WILKIE

Holt but because of its closeness to the Mosten Post Office, it was and still is often called 'Mosten' Cemetery. John Harrison Brien who died of typhoid fever on May 31, After completing her education in Joan followed her passion and went on to teach elementary school in the Wiseton area.

Information for this cemetery was collated from several sources. Joan will be lovingly remembered by her family and friends as a sweet and gentle soul that had a great love of family, friends and community.After one winter on her own at the farm, she relocated to Saskatoon in the spring of Joan was an excellent cook, enjoyed needlework, playing the piano and was active in the ceramics club, UCW and was a committee member to produce the Wiseton history book for 81 Book: Title: Our blended heritage: Ruthilda and District, Beehive School No ; Ruthilda was 4 miles south and 1 mile east of the school (Ruthilda post office located at Sec.3, Twp, R, W3 77)Built July 2,closed c; Daisy Hill School No in RM Mountain View built in on NE corner of NE 16 33 17 W3 and.

Wiseton and District 1905 1980

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Cemetery Name RM Location Burials From Year To Year Last Recorded; Abbey - Abbey Colony: SWW3: Abbey - Abbey Community: SEW3: Alma McDonald in the local history book 'Wiseton ' reported that the Holt-Mosten Cemetery was started in when Charlie Holt donated an acre of his homestead NW ¼W3 south of the correction line.