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Index of Wards of New St Anthony's

Original Entry to Old
St Anthony's Cemetery
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Most areas of New St Anthony's Cemetery will not be entered into our Find a Stone areas. Most stones are new and printing will be sufficient to see them for a very long period of time. Unfortunately we just do not have the time to do that. However, some special areas will be entered here such as the Ursuline Areas.

We caution that this is a very long term project. The project is by no means finished. Indeed it is only barely begun. If you do not see a family stone, it probably means that we have yet to get to it to try to bring it back to life again. We also caution that in many cases, we just cannot do a lot. Some stones are broken into too many pieces. Some stones just have no printing left on them. And in many cases, we just plainly do not have the time to find them. But we want to assure you that we do, in every case, do our level best to find a lost stone and to preserve it.

See a map of areas that we have now documented with photographs and text in Maple Leaf and St Anthony's Cemeteries]

E & O E

Click the Ward in the right side bar that you wish to search for a stone.

Remember to check Old Maple Leaf Cemetery listings as well if you are trying to find stones of relatives and do not know where they are. We also caution that this is to become in the future a listing of graves with stones. It will seldom list those who never had a stone, whose stone has been stolen, or whose stone is lost.

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