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Kamloops Pioneer Cemetery
Mackenzie
Thirty-three extant grave markers have been relocated to the south-west corner of the cemetery. One of them includes the masonic square and compasses, one has the three chain links emblem of the International Order of Odd Fellows, and two incorporate an illustration of two clasped hands. This last can represent a farewell to earthly existence or unity, and will also be found as a masonic or I.O.O.F. symbol. It is also found on Delaware Nation graves.
Alexander MacKenzie
1831 - 1893

Kamloops Pioneer Cemetery, 780 Lorne Street, Kamloops Britsh Columbia. See kamloops.ca/cemeteries.

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