The Settlement Period

1880 - 1913

Documents the origins of the community through to the beginning of the first world war.

Cemetery Maps/Lists

1: The Pembina Manitou Archive: A Community-Based Educational Resource (2012)

This essay describes the purpose and the initial development of the Pembina Manitou Archive.

    Darlingford Cemetery (1880)

    Situated south of the present site of Darlingford, the Cemetery has served the community since the 1880's.

      Darlingford Cemetery List - 2013 (1880)

      This list contains the names of those known to have been buried in the Darlingford Cemetery as of 2013.

        Diana Icelandic Pioneer Cemetery (1898)

        This small rural cemetery, now surrounded by pasture, once served the small Icelandic community in the Diana district.

          Diana Icelandic Pioneer Cemetery (1898)

          This small rural cemetery, now surrounded by pasture, once served the small Icelandic community in the Diana district.

            Diana Icelandic Pioneer Cemetery (1898)

            This small rural cemetery served the Icelandic cummunity suring the settlement period.

              Jackson Cemetery (1880)

              Jackson Cemetery, named after a local family, served Mowbray and the district south of the Pembina River.

              To see photos of the grave stones, please click on the CEMETERIES button at the top of the page amd follow the links.

               

                Knightcot Cemetery - Interred Persons to 2015 (1880)

                This document, prepared by Shirley Carson and based on historic records, is an attempt to create an accurate listing of all those interred in the Knightcot Cemetery.

                To see photos of the grave stones, please click on the CEMETERIES button at the top of the page and follow the links.

                  Manitou Archibald Cemetery 2012 (1880)

                  This list consists of all those who are recorded as having been buried in the Manitou Archibald Cemetery as of 2012.

                  The cemetery was originally associated with the Archibald Community - which existed before Manitou or Manitoba City. Over time, the cemetery has come to be known as the Manitou Cemetery.

                  To see photos of the grave stones, please click on the CEMETERIES button at the top of the page and follow the links.

                   

                    Manitou Cemetery - Map E (1880)

                    The Manitou Cemetery - called the Archibald Cemetery in early sources - sits atop a moraine hill north of the town of Manitou, Manitoba.

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