Inside the bell tower at the original Saint Peter and Paul Romanian Orthodox Cemetery northeast of Kayville, Saskatchewan there is a binder that contains information on the burials at the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church Cemetery just west of Kayville. Detailed in the document are 101 burials.
Published: Updated 2016, Kayville, SK
The binder that contains a list of 101 grave markers at the cemetery beside the church. The graves are presented alphabetically by last name and often includes maiden names, date of birth, date of death and the row in which the grave marker can be found.
Of the 101 graves listed there are 7 entries that cannot be identified perhaps due to trouble reading the actual headstones.
I was able to use this book as a source when I documented about 6 people in my family tree.
See for Yourself
I photographed all of the pages in this binder. See this document in Kayville Burials (1910-2015).
Document Your Sources
You are probably a Genealogist if you have found this website so I shouldn't have to remind you about documenting your sources. ...but document your sources. You can read about my experience in the article entitled Sources.