It replaced the Old Burying Ground at Barrington Street and Spring Garden Road in Aug 1844 although it was established a bit earlier. It acted as a Municipal cemetery, open to all, although early Blacks were segregated. Southern Confederate sailors, Second World War Norwegian, Dutch & British sailors are buried here. Many noted politicians, among them Robert Stanfield and Joseph Howe, two Fathers of Confederation (William Henry & Jonathan McCully), and powerful merchants and industrialists, including the inventor of kerosene, Abraham Gesner, the novelist Hugh Maclennan, the inventor of the modern skate, John Forbes.
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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.
This index does NOT include every headstone in this cemetery
|O'BRIEN, A. Jean B. (Murray) 1903 - 1971|
|O'BRIEN, Dorothy V. 1913 - 1941|
|O'HARA, Leona 1889 - 1954|
|O'HARA, Morris O. 1893 - 1965|
|O'ROURKE, Howard H. 1903 - 1975|
|O'ROURKE, Margaret H. 1906 - 1976|
|O'ROURKE, Nancy G. 1944 - 2004|
|ORR, Barbara 1903 - 1987|
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.