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Bienfait, Saskatchewan, Canada

Harry Kupchenko
b- Nov 6, 1886
d- Dec 3, 1972
buried in Souris Valley Memorial Gardens Estevan

Selling Milk, Cream, Butter and Eggs

On his Dairy farm the first Bienfait store and Post Office opened and the first school in 1908

married his wife Elizabeth Kupchenko, nee unknown in 1911
b- Nov 6, 1893, in Bukovina
d- Oct 6, 1973, age 79
Funeral in Estevan
They both immigrated to Canada in 1911
in 1914 they moved to the Bienfait District.
She moved to Winnipeg in 1969
She then moved to Estevan in 1972
predeceased by husband Harry, a son and 3 daughters.
survived by 3 daughters

they had 4 daughters, and a son.

1. Myrtle Kupchenko,
b- July 27, 1924 in Bienfait SK
d- Feb 1, 2008, age 83
married John Woloszyn
3 children
she was the youngest daughter

2. Harry Kupchenko (jr)
d- bef 1973

3. Victoria Kupchenko,
d- 1965
married Jack Hill
Victoria Kupchenko taking elementary violin in 1925 at Estevan Center
she attended Regina Normal School in 1933 and 1934
attended ECI in Estevan, ca 1933

4. Zenovia Kupchenko,
d- after 1973
married Edwin Harvey

5. Mary Kupchenko,
d- alive in 2008
married Morrell Ewaski

James Kershaw
Building Contractor

I believe he built one of the brick Bienfait Rural Schools in 1914
Elder of the United Church in Bienfait
First Trustee of the Church
Mason, served as Worshipful Master in Estevan

James L. Salmond
Agent- International Harvester Co

President of the first Bienfait Hospital Board, member of the United Church

John A. Auld
Bienfait Meat Market

John Allen Auld
b- Dec 1883 in Scotland
wife - Agnes (Aggie) Auld, nee unknown
b- Jan 1887 in Scotland
son John McEwan
b- Dec 17, 1908 at Roche Percee

1911 John, wife and son, were living in Roche Percee
He immigrated in 1903
She immigrated in 1904
Occupation- butcher

One bunch of Auld`s operated a coal mine near Roche Percee

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