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Lebedevo Cemetery - Arran District, Saskatchewan

 

The following is a transcription of the Lebedevo Doukhobor Cemetery located 5 miles south-west of Arran, Saskatchewan. Rural Municipality of St. Philips No. 301. Land location: SW 21-33-31 West of First. Latitude: 51 50.595. Longitude: 10148.738. Transcribed by Jonathan J. Kalmakoff with Fred Petroff and George Negrave on September 2, 2006.

 


 

View of the cemetery from the northwest facing southeast.

 

Historical Background

 

Lebedevo Cemetery was established in 1905 by the Doukhobors of Lebedevo village near Arran. After the abandonment of the village in 1917, the cemetery continued to be used by local Doukhobors until the 1940's. It is no longer in active use and is badly overgrown. It is privately owned.  

 

Layout

 

The cemetery is approximately one acre in size and is enclosed by a wire fence. There is dense scrub and brush throughout. The cemetery contains approximately 50 interments in a single section comprised of five rows facing east-west. The vast majority of graves (45) have no marker, however, many of the mounds are still clearly visible. I have used death certificates and oral tradition to identify 13 of these. The remaining unmarked graves are unidentified. With respect to graves with markers, the markers are typically plain, upright marble or slate headstones. Click here for an online cemetery map.

 

Driving Directions

 

To access the cemetery from Arran, travel west on Highway No. 49 for 4 miles (6.4 km). Or to access the cemetery from Pelly, travel east on Highway No. 49 for 5 miles (8.0 km). In either case, then turn south on the grid road and continue for 3/4 mile (1.2 km). The cemetery is on the east side of the road, approximately 100 yards (91 m) from the road allowance. This cemetery is on private property and permission to access should be obtained by the owners.

 


Transcription

Surname

 

Name

 

Birth Date

 

Death Date

 

Comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barabonoff   Tina F.   Sep. 17, 1902   Apr. 5, 1924   Nee Kazakoff - No Marker
                 
Chernenkoff   Ivan M.   1856   Oct. 7, 1933   No Marker
Chernenkoff   Mary J.   Nov. 15, 1857   Feb. 11, 1923   Nee Kazakoff - No Marker
Chernenkoff   Mike S.   1869   May 24, 1946   No Marker
Chernenkoff   Pete A.   1907   Dec. 10, 1919   Son of Alex & Arina - No Marker

Chernoff

 

Alexei G.

 

1839

 

Jul. 1, 1928

 

No Marker

Dutoff *

 

Grigory W.

 

Feb. 11, 1891

 

Dec. 21, 1941

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kazakoff

 

Fotey H.

 

1869

 

Jan. 19, 1937

 

No Marker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malakoff *

 

Michael I.

 

Aug. 30, 1906

 

May 02, 1922

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rebalkin   Maria J.   -   Mar. 31, 1929   Nee Berekoff - No Marker

Rebalkin

 

Vera J.

 

Mar. 16, 1929

 

Mar. 23, 1929

 

Child of John and Mary - No Marker

Reibin   baby   Dec. 20, 1937   Dec. 20, 1937   Child of Larry & Nellie - No Marker
Remezoff   Nasta J.   1863   Aug. 25, 1932   Nee Kazakoff - No Marker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saprikin   Elsie N.   Mar. 10, 1894   May 23, 1937   Nee Legebokoff - No Marker

Slastukin

 

Dora F.

 

1888

 

1941

 

 

Slastukin

 

Fred N.

 

1889

 

Jun. 10, 1941

 

Died - age 52 years

Slastukin

 

K.N.

 

1878

 

1941

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vanin

 

John A.

 

1848

 

Jan. 31, 1926

 

No Marker

  

*Translated from Russian.

 

In addition, the following families resided in Lebedevo village and may have members buried in Lebedevo Cemetery: Argatoff, Chernenkoff, Chernoff, Dutoff, Gretchin, Harshenin, Kooftinoff, Legebokoff, Malakoff, Masloff, Podovinnikoff, Popoff, Sherbinin, Shiloff, Slastukin, Stoochnoff, Storgeoff, Vanin.

 


 

Another view of the cemetery from the grid (west) road facing east.

 


 

Notes

 

Various sources of data have been used in compiling this information including: marker transcriptions, death certificates and oral tradition. This is a work in progress. If readers have any comments, corrections or additions with respect to Lebedevo Cemetery, please contact Jonathan J. Kalmakoff.