Cemeteries – St. Thomas

St. Thomas Gravestone Inscriptions

Elgin County, Ontario, Canada

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St. Thomas, Elgin, Ontario, Canada – Cemeteries

 

Elgin County Jailyard – (remains removed to St. Thomas Cemetery, September 2010) Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – 190 Wilson Ave, St. Thomas, ON N5R 3R3

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section A – This Section includes the History of the Cemetery. (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section B –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery -Sections C and D –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section E –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section F –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section G –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Section H –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – North Oval –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – South Oval –

Elmdale Memorial Park Cemetery – Burials without Monuments –

Holy Angels (RC) –  Sunset Drive – 175 Sunset Dr, St. Thomas, ON N5R 3C1, Canada (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Anglican Church or Old English Cemetery  – 55 Walnut St, St. Thomas, ON N5R 2Y7, Canada (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Cemetery – South Park Columbarium289 Sunset Dr, St. Thomas, ON N5R 3C5 Location of the St. Thomas West Cemetery

NEW  Search for locations on the St. Thomas Cemetery web site – If you are not certain of the Section you are looking for try this search first.

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section A – Includes (Centre)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section AN 

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section B – Includes (North, Centre and Old Survey South of B)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section C – Includes (South, North)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Sections D and E 

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section F 

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section G – (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Sections H and I 

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section OS and “Blocks” – (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section OSA – [NOTE: Some OSA names from the St. Thomas Cemetery Search site may be found under the Elgin OGS OSE section below.]

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section OSE –

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Section OSS – (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue – Mausoleum – (Formatting for mobile devices in progress)

St. Thomas Cemetery – West Avenue- Strangers and Baby –

St. Thomas Cemetery – Burials Without Monuments – includes burials given in the newspapers where no monument is found.

St. Thomas Cemetery – Burials from Cemetery Records  –  includes some burials given in the St. Thomas West Burial records.

 

Elgin County gravestone photos at the Canada GenWeb cemetery project

Canadian Headstones – Ontario

Find A Grave Cemeteries in Elgin County Ontario, Canada Some Elgin County residents are buried in the

Old Delmer Cemetery  and the new Delmer Cemetery in Dereham Township, Oxford County.

Learn more about Cemeteries in OntarioOGS Cemetery locator

St. Thomas Cemetery Home Page 

Kebbel Funeral Home – This site lists obituaries for current Aylmer area deaths.

Padfield (now Dennings) Funeral Home – Serving the Rodney area. Online obituaries and condolences.

St. Thomas Times Journal Obituaries – Current obituaries for St. Thomas area.

The Association for Gravestone Studies 

How To Interpret Gravestone Abbreviations

Masonic Gravestones

Woodmen of the World gravestones and insignia

Ontario Monument Builders Association

Ontario Association of Cemeteries 


OGS Cemetery Transcriptions: Ontario Archives Microfilm Numbers –
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We would now like to supplement these transcriptions by adding an appendix of names and dates of persons buried without markers, or whose markers are no longer there.

    We are asking genealogists to submit this information, with the name of the cemetery, and some documentation to prove the people are actually buried there. The documentation can consist of personal information (i.e. if you remember being at the funeral or an older person in your family remembers); newspaper obituary; death registration, funeral home record, etc.

    You do not need to provide a copy of the documentation, just tell us your source.

    This applies also to persons buried in a plot where there is a stone but the person’s name is not on the stone. Please send your information to the Elgin OGS