Church / Denomination: Non-Denominational
Registered to City of St. Catharines. Established 1856 as St Catharines Cemetery, renamed Victoria Lawn in 1897 in honour of England's Queen Victoria. By the 1920s additional land from a farm across Queenston St was purchased, and the cemetery grew again in the 1960s when more land was purchased to the south.
In 1918 the Cullinen Mausoleum was constructed with 300 crypts, and in the 1980s several additional mausoleums were built. The Garden of Memories Mausoleum was built in 2000.
At present, Victoria Lawn covers 170 acres and cares for more than 70,000 burials.
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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
|ADDISON, E. W. ? - 1984|
|ADDISON, Marie 1907 - 1959 (age: 52)|
|ALGIERS, Florence Emmeline 1887 - 1970|
|AMBROSE, Mary ? - 1901|
|APPLETON, Mary E. 1881 - 1964 (age: 83)|
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.