St. John's Cemetery, Halifax

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St. John's Cemetery is a cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia and forms a series of cemeteries in the Fairview area of Halifax, with Fairview Cemetery and Baron de Hirsch Cemetery.

Opened in 1839, it is the final resting place for a few prominent Anglicans in Halifax:

The cemetery contains war graves of 70 Commonwealth service personnel, 62 from World War I (of whom 48 lie in the Naval Plot in Section Q) and 8 from World War II.[3]

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  1. ^ Cemetery
  2. ^ Cemetery
  3. ^ [1] CWGC Cemetery Report.

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