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Vanderhoof Municipal Cemetery, Bulkley-Nechako Regional District, BC

Community: Vanderhoof
Locality: Bulkley-Nechako Regional District
Province: BC
GPS: 54.029617,-124.013028


From Fern Wiens: Town of Vanderhoof established in 1914. The Vanderhoof Cemetery was created in 1919. Not affiliated with any church. There is no official signage at the entry but the cemetery has a very helpful legend to guide visitors. This is a Municipal Cemetery so it is well taken care of. Notable burials: Rich P. Hobson Jr & his wife Gloria McIntosh. Rich Hobson was the writer of Grass beyond the Mountains, Rancher Takes a Wife and Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy. These were books about his life, ranching in the Vanderhoof area. His books and life were the inspiration for the CBC series Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy.

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    Photos courtesy of Fern Wiens [2011], Gladys Wiebe [2014], additions from Brian Dunn, Alden Stephen
    Indexed by Fern Wiens

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    Information on those without gravemarkers gathered from old & current newspapers (Omenica Express, Nechako Chronicle, Vanderhoof Herald), Ancestry.ca, Family & friends of deceased.

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