The following is a transcription of Pazaraevka Cemetery located 1 1/2 miles east of Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan. Rural Municipality of Blaine Lake No. 434. Land location: NW 29-44-6 West of Third. Latitude: 52°49.637. Longitude: 106°50.389. Transcribed by Harvey Rebalkin on July 1, 2006 with updates by Jonathan J. Kalmakoff.
View of the cemetery from the north facing south.
Pazaraevka (Pozirayevka) Cemetery was established in 1928 by the Doukhobors living in the vicinity of the former Pozirayevka village near Blaine Lake. Located in the Balmoral School District No. 1964 (1907-1956), it also came to be known as Balmoral Cemetery. The cemetery still in active use. It is Crown owned and is maintained by a cemetery committee. The cemetery is in very good condition.
The cemetery is two acres in size and is enclosed by a wire fence. There is a single iron gate on the north side. The cemetery contains 82 interments in a single section comprised of five rows facing east-west. Seventeen of the graves have no marker and remain unidentified. With respect to graves with markers, the markers are typically plain slate, marble or concrete upright headstones or flat markers set flush to the ground. Click here for an online cemetery map.
To access the cemetery, travel east from the Town of Blaine Lake on Range Road No. 445 for 1 1/2 miles (2.4 km). The cemetery is on the south side of the road allowance. This cemetery is open to the public.
|Surname||Name||Birth Date||Death Date||Comments|
|Androsoff||Dora J.||Jun. 15, 1888||Feb. 1, 1968|
|Androsoff||Evelyn||Oct. 24, 1924||Sep. 17, 1991|
|Androsoff||George J.||Apr. 15, 1884||Jul. 30, 1959|
|Androsoff||William G.||Feb. 15, 1915||Aug. 27, 1998|
|Cheveldayoff||Peter A.||Mar. 12, 1911||Aug. 18, 2000|
|Eager||Warren K.||Jul. 6, 1964||Apr. 23, 2005|
|Egeroff||Tena||Jun. 9, 1908||Jun. 11, 2000|
|Egeroff||Peter A.||Nov. 21, 1903||May 7, 1973|
|Hrooshkin||Florence||Aug. 31, 1901||Feb. 22, 1955||aka Fanny|
|Hrooshkin||George||Jan. 1, 1890||Aug. 4, 1984|
|Kabatoff||Annie A.||Sep. 14, 1910||Jul. 20, 1999||nee Popoff|
|Kabatoff||William N.||Apr. 29, 1911||Mar. 11, 1990|
|Popoff||Alexei I.||Feb. 8, 1876||Aug. 14, 1955|
|Popoff||Katherina T.||Nov. 24, 1880||Aug. 22, 1955||nee Mokronosoff|
|Popoff||Leonard A.||Aug. 20, 1913||Oct. 28, 1980|
|Popoff||Nicholas A.||Dec. 1905||Oct. 1993|
|Popoff||Sanny||Aug. 15, 1915||Dec. 28, 2006||Wife of Leonard – nee Onishenko|
|Rebalkin||Anastasia||Dec. 10, 1903||Jan. 15, 1974||nee Chernoff|
|Rebalkin||Mabel||Jan. 9, 1929||Jan. 14, 2006||nee Shukin|
|Rebalkin||Nick F.||Aug. 15, 1900||Mar. 12, 1984|
|Rebalkin||Tim N||Apr. 29, 1923||Dec. 24, 2003|
|Strelioff||Hazel||Sep. 4, 1904||Aug. 11, 1994|
|Strelioff||Nicholas A.||–||Oct. 4, 1969|
|Strelive||Gerald A.||Nov. 1, 1936||Apr. 16, 1965|
|Strelive||Helen||Dec. 15, 1905||Apr. 19, 1996|
|Strelive||Peter W.||Feb. 13, 1906||Nov. 15, 1969|
Another view of the cemetery from the north facing south.
Various sources of data have been used in compiling this information including marker transcriptions. I have photos of the headstones and would be happy to share them. This is a work in progress. If readers have any comments, corrections or additions with respect to Pazaraevka Cemetery, please Contact Us.