Grave site of James Brine and his wife please give me the location .

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WikiTree profile: James Brine
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Hi James

It says 'He was buried in St Mary's Cemetery Blanshard Township , Perth, Ontario' on his profile. What information are you looking for?

by Mindy Silva G2G6 Pilot (647k points)
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St Marys Cemetery, Section: A 
150 Cain Street , St Marys, Blanshard Township (Concession 19, Lot 19) 
Perth County, ON

http://geneofun.on.ca/names/photo/786028​

by Deb Durham G2G Astronaut (1.0m points)
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FindAGrave shows that they are buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in St. Marys, Perth, Ontario, Canada:

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/50338747/james-brine

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/50338762/Elizabeth-Brine
by NJ Penny G2G6 Pilot (145k points)
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I think I see the issue.

The profile for James indicates he is buried in Perth, Ontario. This, however, is not the same as Perth County, Ontario.

James and his wife Elizabeth are buried in St. Mary's, Ontario, a small town in Perth County, which lies between London and Kitchener.

Perth, Ontario, is in Eastern Ontario, between Ottawa and Brockville.

The profile needs to be corrected.
by Christine Daniels G2G6 Pilot (111k points)
I knew I should stay on this side of the Atlantic  but  these men had iconic roles in our history.   (agree with  Lloyd George who reputedly said that he would rather have one of them as an ancestor than royalty)  It shows the benefit of many eagle eyes from all parts of the world.

I  rather suspect that I was trying to hedge my bets by using Perth in the death place field  in the same way as I would use Essex or Dorset . The Family search entry says he died in Blaushorce, Perth, Ontario ( looking back at the image on the page before  I now realise that it is  a definite  transcription error) .

The grave was in  place called Blanshard  and there was already a mention of this in the biography and a  link to a photo of it on the profile.)

Hopefully corrected his death place in the location box, I used the dropdown menu so please check and alter if not right.
No problem Helen!! You can always ask here on the G2G for any assistance you need - just put Ontario in the tags!! I also follow the cemeteries tag which is how I saw this post in the first place.

The profile looks great!

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