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From: Doug <>
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Access to Ontario Cemetery records
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 15:43:22 -0500
You may find this link helpful in getting a transcription of a burial in
On 02/26/12 9:34 AM, Phil & Coy Harmon wrote:
> I've been following the discussion on cemeteries with much interest since
> I'm trying to find where a relative, who lived in Hamilton, was buried.
> Marcia, how did you find the email address for the county cemetery
> supervisor? Question#2: I'm sure there are many cemeteries in Hamilton.
> Where do I find a list of the cemeteries?
> Coy Harmon
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marcia G Kennedy"<>
> Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2012 3:19 PM
> Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Access to Ontario Cemetery records
>> I guess I've been fortunate. I emailed the county cemetery supervisor for a
>> county cemetery where I knew (and or guessed) where a significant portion
>> of one of my families was buried, some without headstones. She was
>> fabulous! Within 2 weeks she sent me an extraction from the county
>> records - I had a list of all cemeteries with family members in them; I had
>> plot sizes and dates, and she even pulled me all birth records she had that
>> might be related. Believe me, I made a donation to that county for cemetery
>> maintenance and refurbishment.
>> Marcia Kennedy in Guelph
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