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Kamloops Chinese Cemetery
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Kamloops Chinese Cemetery
Established sometime between 1860 and 1885, most interments in the Kamloops Chinese Cemetery were made between 1930 and 1960, with the last in 1976. The Kamloops Chee Kung Tong, or Chinese Freemasons have played a substantial role in maintaining the cemetery. Only one grave marker displays the masonic square and compasses emblem.
Lee, Loy Siu
April 25, 1884 - May 11, 1955

Kamloops Chinese Cemetery, Hudson Bay Trail, 850 Lombard Street, Kamloops, British Columbia

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