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These stones are on the original site where the first Irish and Polish settlers were in Wilno. The cross is the original iron cross on the first church in Wilno. It was found buried in a farmer's field and they think it was where the first Irish settlers first church was located.  The Wilno Museum is in the hamlet of Wilno on the main highway. It is across from the first general store and next door to the Wilno Tavern.

Adam DABROWSKI
Marrianna (KURSZEWSKA)
Mary (LIPINSKA)
Antoine BIERNACKI
Brigithe (LILLA)
  BLOSKIE
Ludwik ZMOSKI
Anna BLAWATT
Albert FLIS
         
  NORLOCK
Jacob Marioch & Mary Dobec
Joseph SHALLA SZOLA Valenton HERRON / ERON
Marianna SZTRENIA
John (BORUCKI) BORUTSKI
Jospehine KONKOL
         
John BROTON
Antonia KAMINSKI
Michael MASK / MASZK
Magdalena PIECHOWSKI
ETMANSKI
Walenty and Veronica
Marianna & John
SZULIST
August SHULIST
STEMPNAKOWSKI
Josez STAMPLECOSKIE
Francesca WERRA
         
     
ERTMANCZYK / ETMANSKI
Andreas d 1909
Veronica SKIBA d 1903
Frances PEPLINSKI d 1952
Krystian Jereczek YERETCH      

 

Thanks to Verna  Burness for the information and photos

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St. Stanislaus Pioneer Cemetery

This cemetery is off the beaten track in Wilno and is the oldest Polish Cemetery in the area. Quite impressive when you see all the wooden crosses. It is located on the first road east of St. Mary's R.C. Church running south off Highway 60. There are no signs at the road identifying the cemetery. Driving down it is on the east side and one has to watch for all the cedar trees and the shrine. It is easy to miss. There is no parking lot you just drive in and park on the grass. The cemetery cannot be seen from the road but it is  located behind the shrine.  I am not sure if anyone has actually photographed the grave sites. 

Thanks to Verna  Burness for the information and photos

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