Togo and District Cemetery

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Togo and District Cemetery

Togo, Yorkton Census Division, Saskatchewan, Canada
Memorials 607 added (88% photographed)

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Located 1 mile north of Togo on Highway 5 and 1/4 mile west. These photos where taken in June 2012.

This beautifully kept cemetery is maintained soley by donations from family members or memorials from friends, and managed through the volunteers who make up the Cemetery Committee. Please direct donations or questions to Togo & District Cemetery P.O. Box 107, Togo, Sask, Canada, S0A-4E0.

"As there is nothing on record about our cemetery's beginning, we can only assume that it began of necessity when early settlers established the Pelly Trail from Fort Ellis Manitoba to Fort Pelly, north of Kamsack Sask, from 1824 to 1910. Early gravestones in the oldest part of the cemetery seem to support this fact. Pelly Siding (later Togo), sprang up in the area where Pelly Trail crossed over the Manitoba-Saskatchewan boundary. When the Russo-Japanese War broke out, the townsite company changed the name of Pelly Siding to Togo, in honour of Japanese Admiral, Heichiro Togo, fleet commander in a famous battle of that war."


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GPS Coordinates: 51.41942, -101.61651

  • Added: 20 Jul 2012
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