There are a variety of organisations who have undertaken photographing cemeteries in SK
Here is a compilation of the main ones...but here are many many folks undertaking this projecthttp://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansk/Saskatchewan/cemeter...
Of the three cemeteries in Pilger, only one has been transcribed, not photographed by the SGS and not on film at the Family Search research centres. This exact same one is the one you find online transcribed as well.
Pilger Unknown SW7-40-22-W2
Pilger - Holy Trinity Religious Org SW9-40-23-W2 Roman Catholic
Pilger - St. Bernard's Religious Org NE12-40-23-W2
The RM No. 400 - THREE LAKES may know the committee who looks after the cemeteries and provide a contact person.
Contacting the mailing lists/posting boards is a large help Pilger is part of the Saskatoon Gen Web areahttp://www.rootsweb.com/~sksaskat/Saskatoon/
If you cannot find someone, we may drive past Humboldt in the spring/summer months and could go a bit north to Pilger to do the look ups...it is within a 1-1/2 to 2 hour drive from where we are....
But tombstones are covered in snow over the winter...so spring and summer are the time for cemetery photographs...The occasional upright tombstone might be able to be photographed, but it would still mean traversing through snow drifts to possibly find it maybe maybe not..and if it is a horizontal (flat to the ground ) tombstones, then it is for sure under the snow.
Spring starts around May-June...and snow arrives end of September-October.
Email me closer to spring/summer to let me know if you are still searching....