How do I find a relative burial site?

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How do I find a relative burial site?

Find a Grave

  1. Go to
  2. Enter the first name (if known) and the last name of your ancestor. The last name is required.
  3. Enter any additional information, if known, such as year of birth and the place your ancestor may be buried. If you don’t know this information, simply leave the field blank.

How do I find where someone is buried in Ontario?

Using the FamilySearch Catalog to Find Local Cemetery Records

  1. Go to the FamilySearch Catalog.
  2. Enter: Ontario in the Place box.
  3. Click on: Search.
  4. Click on: Cemeteries.

How long are Graves kept in Canada?

The law allows families to lease a gravesite for a specific time period, anywhere from 15 to 30 years – enough time for decomposition to take effect. The remains are then removed and the space is available for another person or family to rent.

How deep are graves in Ontario?

Ontario requires that bodies be buried 0.6 metres beneath the surface. In Quebec, it’s one metre. In New Brunswick, it’s 0.6 metres if the body is in a coffin but 1.3 metres if it isn’t. Some provinces and territories don’t regulate burial depth.”

Are there any upcoming events at Waltham Abbey Jewish cemetery?

There are no upcoming events scheduled at Waltham Abbey Jewish Cemetery. Use the button below to schedule one.?

Where can I find monuments in Walthamstow?

Monumental inscriptions at Queens Road Cemetery Walthamstow. Monumental inscriptions, baptisms, burials, and marriages for St Peters in the Forest, Walthamstow. Monumental inscriptions for St Mary’s, Walthamstow. Monumental inscriptions, burials, and marriages for St John’s, Leytonstone.

Where can I find marriage records in Walthamstow?

St James, Walthamstow marriage registers. Leytonstone marriage registers. St Andrews Higham Hill marriage registers. or you can look at the record sets at .

What is the Society doing to improve the Walthamstow Museum?

The Society has recently made progress with transcription projects and although checking is not yet complete for all data sets it has made these records searchable on-line. It is intended to also make photographs available of monuments as they become available Monumental inscriptions at Queens Road Cemetery Walthamstow.