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Thornhill, on Hwy #3 west of Morden is associated with Knightcot Cemetery.


Community Histories

Canada 1812 - 1871 The Formative Years

This booklet, originally published by Imperial Oil, provides an understanding of the culture of Southern Ontario in the 19th Century. Many of the original settlers of the Pembina Manitou District came from Southern Ontario in the 1880's.


    Cemetery Maps/Lists

    Knightcot Cemetery - Interred Persons to 2018 (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.



      La Riviere Manitou Station on Main Museum - Partnerships with Museums 2021 - Rugby to La Riviere (1880)

      This monograph is intended to highlight the museum's history, its relationship to the other communities on the line, and pointing out some of the anecdotes from along the line. It was published by the Pembina Manitou Archive and the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region as part of the Partnerships with Museums 2021 project. 

      Financial support was provided by the Government of Manitoba.

      It is for sale from the PMA by contacting

      Price $25

      Shipping and Handling $15.