Historic Sites of Manitoba: Blumenort Evangelical Mennonite Cemetery (Blumenort, RM of Hanover)

When this cemetery near Blumenort, in the Rural Municipality of Hanover, was first used in 1920, its associated church was named the Kleine Gemeinde. In 1952, the name was changed to Evangelical Mennonite Church and, in 1960, to the Evangelical Mennonite Conference. It is now referred to as the EMC church.

Blumenort Evangelical Mennonite Cemetery

Blumenort Evangelical Mennonite Cemetery (October 2017)
Source: Adam Kroeker

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.58952, W96.68923
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Blumenort Evangelical Mennonite New Cemetery (Blumenort, RM of Hanover)


A list of burials in this cemetery is available from the Manitoba Genealogical Society, including a searchable online database available to members at the MGS Manitoba Name Index (MANI). Some additional information is contained in the 1996 MGS publication Carved in Stone: Manitoba Cemeteries and Burial Sites, revised edition, Special Projects Publication, 106 pages.

Blumenort E.M.C. Cemetery (1920-1968) - Blumenort MB, Waymarking.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Adam Kroeker.

Page revised: 30 January 2021

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