Pioneer Gets Headstone After 130 Years

A headstone was placed in the Pioneer Cemetery to mark the gravesite of a Saskatoon pioneer who drowned in 1887.

Most familiar with Saskatoon will recognize the Pendygrasse name.

A Saskatoon pioneer’s gravesite recently got a marker after more than a century. Read more here:

https://globalnews.ca/news/4414764/headstone-recognizes-saskatoon-pioneers-grave-after-unmarked-for-over-130-years/?utm_medium=Twitter&utm_source=%40globalsaskatoon

 

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