The following notice appeared in a Scottish newspaper: "Deaths - At the Township of Keoch, UC, where he was in/on business, very suddenly, by the bursting of a blood vessel, aged 42, Alexander Cruickshank, of Toronto, Upper Canada, eldest son of Mr Robert Cruickshank, farmer, Coxton, Morayshire. He was .... and respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance .... people to his last resting place, at the village of Prince Albert." Some of it is hard to read on the microfilm.
Is it possible that Keoch is a misreading of Reach? Are there any inscriptions or records for burials in Prince Albert which might confirm this, and if so how could I access them from Scotland?