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 Cemeteries

1.  Fairview Lawn Cemetery
(Google Map Stop #17)

Fairview Lawn Cemetery cash book

Fairview Cemetery Co. Limited Cash Book (1910-1920)
Images courtesy of Halifax Regional Municipality Archives

One hundred and twenty-one victims of the RMS Titanic sinking are interred at Fairview, more than any other cemetery in the world. 

Slideshow: Fairview Lawn Cemetery

Fairview Lawn Cemetery - Plot Map (See Section 3)

 

2.  Mount Olivet Cemetery
(Google Map Stop #16)

Mount Olivet Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery at which 19 bodies recovered from the RMS Titanic are buried. 

Slideshow: Mount Olivet Cemetery

Mount Olivet Cemetery - Plot Map (See Section 3)

 

3.  Baron de Hirsch Cemetery
(Google Map Stop #18)

Baron de Hirsch Cemetery

Also known as the Beth Israel Synagogue Cemetery, ten Titanic victims were buried at Baron de Hirsch Cemetery.

Slideshow: Baron de Hirsch Cemetery

 

4.  Camp Hill Cemetery
(Google Map Stop #15)

Camp Hill Cemetery - Plot Map (Section RR)

See Hilda Slayter

 

5.  Christ Church Cemetery
(Google Map Stop #22)

Christ Church Cemetery - George Wright grave marker

Thomas Wright had a memorial stone erected for his brother, George Wright, whose remains were never recovered.

The inscription reads

BROTHER

In loving memory of
GEORGE WRIGHT,
lost on SS Titanic
April 14, 1912

For if we be dead with him, we shall
also live with him

 

Christ Church Cemetery - Self-guided tour