Registered to Township of Strathroy-Caradoc. Very early burial records have been lost (in the many town fires) so present day burial records only go back to 1878. From Ken Stephenson: While 1862 is the date quoted for the start of the cemetery you can find stones in the oldest section (section I) from at least the 1840s so it was being used as a burial ground before it officially became the town cemetery.
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Some persons named in this index may not be interred in this cemetery. They are designated as spouse or parent on appropriate stones, and may not have their own birth and death recorded here (See our FAQ).
Women, if maiden names are known, will appear under both their maiden and married names.
At the very back of Section B is a large stone that reads 'MIDDLESEX COUNTY HOME' and around it are 17 small (flat with the ground) stones for people who have died at this home and had not a family plot for burial.
This index does NOT include every headstone in this cemetery
|INCH, Mary M 1884 - 1967|
|INCH, Mary M ? - 1967|
|INGS, Jane 1853 - 1917 (age: 64)|
|INNES, Ada A 1910 - 1995|
|IRONS, Ida 1862 - 1945|
|IRVING, Mary J (Pembleton) 1845 - 1902|
|IRVING, William 1844 - 1927|
|IRWIN, Joyce 1855 - 1935|
|IRWIN, Margaret (Dickson) 1874 - 1948|
|IRWIN, Treva E. 1908 - 1984|
Correct a name / Request a removal: Corrections & removal requests can be made using the form found on the name page. From the index above, locate the name in question, click on it, and fill out the form on that page.