There are four cemeteries named Theodore cemetery The cemetery marked in blue seems to fit the above description the best.|
Theodore SW ¼ 22-28-07 W2 purple quarter section
Theodore NE ¼ 20-28-07 W2 blue quarter section
Theodore NE ¼ 02-28-08 W2 different township, very very south and still west of Theodore (not marked)
Theodore SE ¼ 16-29-07 W2 different township, mainly north and a bit west of Theodore (not marked)
Theodore village NW 15 Tsp 28 Rge 7 W2
The attached maps show the township with quarter sections marked in colours. The railway map showing towns is courtesy Canadian Maps: May 1948 Waghorn's Guide. Post Offices in Man. Sask. Alta. and West Ontario. Highway 16 ran parallel to the rail but south of it. The rail line ran directly through Theodore, but not the highway which ran to the south.
Theodore quarter section marked in green; cemetery as above, quarter section marked in blue
First map only shows Tsp 28 Rge7 W2
Theodore cemetery is marked on this map near highway 16
Map from Wikimapia maps satellite view.
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