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Kowalowka Catholic Church

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Kowalowka Catholic Church

Posted: 11 Nov 2007 5:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Zaplitney, Ternowski
The Kowalowka Catholic Church in Tiny, Sask. was initially built jointly by the Ukrainian Catholic and the Roman Catholic communities on NW Sec 20, TP 31, R 4, W2 in 1905 and used for services until it burnt in 1927. St. Mary's Roman Catholic and the Ukrainian Catholic churches located north of Tiny were its replacement.

Today, the Kowalowka Cemetery, consisting of headstones representing many of the original Ukrainian and Polish homesteaders of the area, has now become overrun with bushes and trees. I have a photo of the cemetery's signage showing the names of the people buried in the cemetery. Attachment refers.

My wife's paternal grandmother, Julia (Ternowski) was the wife of Dan Zaplitney, and her headstone is located in this cemetery.

If anyone has an old photo of the Kowalowka Catholic Church or knows where I can locate one, would you kindly post a notice or contact me.

Norm Hooper
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Norman Hooper 12 Nov 2007 12:07AM GMT 
rayeiam 14 May 2008 3:57AM GMT 
Tara Lowndes 18 Mar 2013 5:22AM GMT 
japeterson158 19 Mar 2013 1:02AM GMT 
Norman Hooper 27 Mar 2013 11:27PM GMT 
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