This community cemetery is one of five situated north of Tyndall in the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead. With the exception of St. Michael’s Cemetery, the operation and maintenance of this entire site is managed by the municipality. Burials can be requested at any location on the site, regardless of religious affiliation or cultural background, and there are no longer any signs to aid in historical referencing. A sign in front of St. Michael’s provides contact details only for that portion of the cemetery.
Tyndall Community Cemetery (November 2010)
Source: Peter McLure
Tyndall Community Cemetery (May 2020)
Source: Manny Jacob
Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.10035, W96.65573
denoted by symbol on the map above
Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cemetery (Tyndall, RM of Brokenhead)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. John Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Cemetery (Tyndall, RM of Brokenhead)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Michael’s and All Angels Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery (Tyndall, RM of Brokenhead)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery (Tyndall, RM of Brokenhead)
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.
Tyndall Community / RM of Brokenhead Cemetery, Waymarking.
This page was prepared by Manny Jacob, Peter McLure, and Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 25 May 2020
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