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Dundurn Hillside Gardens 1905 Cemetery
Name of R.M.: Dundurn No.: 314
The following set of transcriptions is the blended work of John Nickel, Henry Kroeger, and Peter Kroeger. This page initially was comprised of the transcriptions by John Nickel based on tombstone information.
Peter writes, "... Uncle Henry Kroeger and I recorded the names and dates of death only. We initially documented all the gravesites and then I checked these against the cemetery records. There is one record where the headstone data differs from the cemetery records. [This will be] amended later. We also combined the names as recorded in the municipal registry with the tombstone data with Church records and visa versa, that is, the tombstone may only have an initial whereas the registry had a complete name, or, a maiden name was shown on the tombstone but not in the registry. Ages were complied from a combination of tombstone and Church records."
To make the distinct contributions and sources clearer, the records transcribed by the Kroegers is highlighted in pale yellow.
[Note: For faster updating, and so that you may download the data easier, you may now open or download this linked PDF file with the most recent data we have for those interred in this cemetery: Dundurn-Hillside-Gardens-Cemetery-1905.pdf]
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