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Anglican Church of Australia Deans

Anglican Deans serving in Australia after 1981 should be categorized here. Those serving in Australia from 1825 to 1981 should be categorized under Category: Church of England in Australia Deans.

The occupation of Dean varies among member churches of the Anglican Communion. In some member churches, the most senior priest in the diocese after the bishop is given the title of Dean instead of archdeacon. In other member churches, the parishes of a diocese are subdivided into groups called deaneries for administrative purposes with each deanery headed by a Dean. See Wikipedia: Anglican ministry.

Deans should be placed in categories for deans of their member church of the communion. Subcategories for specific deaneries may be created if desired.

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia Archdeacons

There are three basic levels of ordination in Anglicanism: bishop, priest and deacon. All ordained ministers start out as deacons. Most move on to become priests in about a year. Archdeacons are usually the most senior clergy in an Anglican diocese after the bishop. However, in the Church of England, the Church of Scotland, the Anglican Church of Canada and the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the most senior priest in the diocese after the bishop is the Dean of the cathedral church. Archdeacons are usually priests, but may be deacons in member churches where women are not permitted to become priests or where a deacon is given supervision over other deacons. See Wikipedia: Anglican ministry.

Archdeacons should be placed in categories for archdeacons of their member church of the communion. Anglican Archdeacons serving the Province of New Zealand between 1841 and 1992 are categorized under Category: Church of the Province of New Zealand Archdeacons. Those serving from 1992 forward should be categorized here.

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia Bishops

Name: Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia Bishops Timeframe: (1851 - 1992) Project / Team: / Categorization

There are three basic levels of ordination in Anglicanism: bishop, priest and deacon. A bishop can perform all the Anglican sacraments. Member churches of the Anglican Communion group their parishes into dioceses for administrative purposes. Most Anglican bishops are assigned to oversee a specific diocese in a member church of the Anglican Communion. See Wikipedia: Anglican ministry.

Anglican bishops are usually categorized according to the specific bishopric they held in a particular member church of the communion. Categories for Anglican Bishops in the Province of New Zealand from 1851 to 1992 are collected under Category: Church of the Province of New Zealand Bishops. Categories for more recent Anglican Bishops from Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia can be found here.

Bishops of Montreal, Anglican Church of Canada

Name: Bishops of Montreal, Anglican Church of Canada Location: Category: Montréal, Québec Timeframe: ( - 1955) Wikipedia: [https:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Anglican_Bishops_of_Montreal List of Anglican Bishops of Montreal] Project / Team: / Categorization

Not to be confused with either Category: Archbishops of Montreal, Canada, Catholic Church, Category: Bishops of Montreal, Church of England in Canada or Category: Bishops of Montreal, Anglican Church of Canada.

Prior to 1955, the Anglican Church of Canada was known as the Church of England in Canada.

Archbishops of Glasgow, Church of Scotland

Name: Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Church of Scotland Timeframe: (1571 - 1689) Wikipedia: Archbishop of Glasgow: Church of Scotland succession Project / Team: / Categorization

Prior to the Scottish Reformation in 1560, the Bishops and Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Scotland, Catholic Church were clergy in the Catholic Church. From 1571 to 1689, the Archbishops of Glasgow were Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Church of Scotland|archbishops in the Church of Scotland. In 1689, the Church of Scotland abolished the episcopal form of church governance and instituted a presbyterian style of church government. This caused parts of the church to split off to form the Scottish Episcopal Church which continued to have Bishops of Glasgow, although the diocese was lowered from an archdiocese to a regular diocese, until 1837 at which point the Anglican bishops became Bishops of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway. In 1878, the Catholic Church reinstated the Scottish hierarchy and began appointing Archbishops of Glasgow again.

Bishops of Glasgow, Scottish Episcopal Church

Name: Bishops of Glasgow, Scottish Episcopal Church Timeframe: (1689 - 1837) Wikipedia: Archbishop of Glasgow: Scottish Episcopal Church succession Project / Team: / Categorization

Prior to the Scottish Reformation in 1560, the Bishops and Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Scotland, Catholic Church were clergy in the Catholic Church. From 1571 to 1689, the Archbishops of Glasgow were Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Church of Scotland|archbishops in the Church of Scotland. In 1689, the Church of Scotland abolished the episcopal form of church governance and instituted a presbyterian style of church government. This caused parts of the church to split off to form the Scottish Episcopal Church which continued to have Bishops of Glasgow, although the diocese was lowered from an archdiocese to a regular diocese, until 1837 at which point the Anglican bishops became Bishops of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway. In 1878, the Catholic Church reinstated the Scottish hierarchy and began appointing Archbishops of Glasgow again.

Dug Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Dalton, Georgia

Name: Dug Gap Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Dalton, Georgia Address: Dug Gap Road, Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia FindAGrave: 1960308 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags GEORGIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Good Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Whitfield County, Georgia

Name: Good Hope Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Dalton, Georgia Address: Lake Frances Road NE, Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia FindAGrave: 2164436 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags GEORGIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION


Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Whitfield County, Georgia

Name: Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Dalton, Georgia Address: Tibbs Bridge Road SE, Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia FindAGrave: 2227774 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags GEORGIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Maple Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Whitfield County, Georgia

Name: Maple Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Dalton, Georgia Address: Maple Grove Road NW, Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia FindAGrave: 2187344 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags GEORGIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Whitfield County, Georgia

Name: Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Dalton, Georgia Address: Airport Road SE, Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia FindAGrave: 349517 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags GEORGIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Trammel Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Allen County, Kentucky

Name: Trammel Fork Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Allen County, Kentucky FindAGrave: 2158681 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Kentucky Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags KENTUCKY CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

New York, Baptist Cemeteries

Name: Cemeteries Location: Category: New York Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION This is a high level category. Please do not add individual profiles. Add profiles to the narrowest category possible. See How to Categorize. For help creating cemetery categories see How to Categorise Cemeteries

Gethsemane Baptist Church Cemetery, Statesville, North Carolina

Name: Gethsemane Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Statesville, North Carolina Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Category:North Carolina, Baptist Cemeteries

Baptist Cemetery, Navarre, Ohio

Name: Baptist Cemetery Location: Category: Navarre, Ohio Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Category: Ohio, Baptist Cemeteries

Elk River Cemetery, Franklin County, Tennessee

Name: Elk River Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Estill Springs, Tennessee Address: Monroe Floyd Road, Estill Springs, Franklin, Tennessee FindAGrave: 2542505 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Category:Tennessee, Baptist Cemeteries

Blanconia Baptist Church Cemetery, Beeville, Texas

Name: Blanconia Baptist Church Cemetery Location: Category: Beeville, Texas Address: Rte 2441, Beeville, Bee, Texas 78102 FindAGrave: 1792345 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada

Name: Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada Also known as: Fellowshiop Wikipedia: The Fellowship (Canada) Website: The Fellowship Project / Team: / Categorization

High Level Category: Please do not use on individual profiles. Add profiles to the narrowest applicable category further down the Religious Category Structure. See How to Categorize.

The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada is a conservative association of Baptists formed in 1953 by the merger of the Union of Regular Baptist Churches of Ontario and Quebec and the Fellowship of Independent Baptist Churches. The Regular Baptist Missionary Fellowship of Alberta joined in 1963, and the Convention of Regular Baptist Churches of British Columbia joined in 1965. There have also been individual churches which have joined the Fellowship over the years.

Primitive Baptist Faith

Name: Primitive Baptist Faith Timeframe: (Early 19th Century - ) Also known as: Hard Shell Baptists

Old School Baptists

Wikipedia: Primitive Baptists Beliefs: Primitive Baptists: Theological views Project / Team: / Categorization

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In the early 19th century, the Primitive Baptists separated from other groups of churches within the Baptist Faiths in a dispute over whether churches and their members should participate in mission boards, tract societies, and temperance societies. Primitive Baptists opposed such separate groups outside the church. Primitive Baptists generally reject theological seminaries, Sunday schools for religious education of children, and the use of musical instruments in worship. Primitive Baptist churches are generally congregational in organization and do not have a hierarchical organization or formal denominational organization.

Old Seventh Day Baptist Cemetery, West Union, West Virginia

Name: Old Seventh Day Baptist Cemetery Location: Category: West Union, West Virginia Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Seventh Day Baptist Church

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Seventh Day Baptists (SDBs) are a Baptist denomination which observes the Sabbath on the seventh-day of the week—Saturday—in accordance with the Biblical Sabbath of the Ten Commandments. This category collects categories for all Seventh Day Baptist churches.

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Our Lady of Good Hope Church Cemetery, Fort St. James, British Columbia

Name: Our Lady of Good Hope Church Cemetery Location: Category: Fort St. James, British Columbia Web page: http://fortstjames.ca/historic/church/ Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Also known as Fort St. James Catholic Cemetery.

Pioneer Memorial Park, Comox, British Columbia

The sign at the entrance reads:

Pioneer Memorial Park

The tract of land before you was once known as the ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH CEMETERY. This land is now known as Pioneer Memorial Park and is the burial place of many of the Comox Valley's Pioneer family members, dating back as early as the 1880's. In 1980 the Pastoral Council of St. John the Baptist church of Comox officially handed over the cemetery to the Town to be maintained in perpetuity as a memorial park.

The Town of Comox, along with the Knights of Columbus, have recently renovated Pioneer Memorial Park and through the efforts of their partnership wish to convey the historic significance of this site. Community Partnership Project 2002

St. Ann's Catholic Church Cemetery, Duncan, British Columbia

Name: St. Ann's Catholic Church Cemetery Location: Category: Duncan,_British_Columbia Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Chilliwack, British Columbia

Name: St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery Location: Category: Chilliwack, British Columbia Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church Cemetery, Coldstream, British Columbia

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church Cemetery at the Vernon and District Family History Society website

Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Cemetery, West St. Paul, Manitoba

Name: Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Cemetery Address: 4387 Main St., West Saint Paul, Manitoba Canada Phone: 204-582-4157 FindAGrave: 2193889 map BillionGraves: 273954 Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Manitoba Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags MANITOBA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Cimetière Saint-Louis, Westbury, East Angus, Quebec

Nom complet: Cimetière St-Louis, Westbury, East-Angus, Le Haut-Saint-François, Estrie, Québec

Voir: [Cimetières]

Watsonville Catholic Cemetery, Watsonville, California

WATSONVILLE CATHOLIC CEMETERY

Watsonville Catholic Cemetery
1456 Freedom Boulevard
Watsonville
Santa Cruz County
California 95076
Watsonville Catholic Cemetery is located in the city (incorporated) of Watsonville. The city of Watsonville is in the county of Santa Cruz.

  • Owned and maintained by:
Pajaro Valley Public Cemetery District
66 Marin Street
Watsonville , California 95076
Phone: 831-722-0310

Georgia, Catholic Cemeteries

Name: {Cemeteries Location: Category: Georgia Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Georgia Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION This is a high level category. Please do not add individual profiles. Add profiles to the narrowest category possible. See How to Categorize. For help creating cemetery categories see How to Categorise Cemeteries

Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Nezperce, Idaho

Name: Mt. Calvary Cemetery (also known as Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery) Location: Category: Nezperce, Idaho Address: Shortcut Rd, Nezperce, Lewis, Idaho 83543 FindAGrave: 2195736 map BillionGraves: 18453 Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Note: Both BillionGraves and Google Maps calls it Holy Trinity Cemetery, but that is the name of the Parish that has jurisdiction over the cemetery.

Mary Help of Christians Church Cemetery, Mariah Hill, Indiana

Name: Mary Help of Christians Church Cemetery Location: Category: Mariah Hill, Indiana Address: 6827 Co Rd 675 N, Mariah Hill, Spencer, Indiana 47556, Ph: 812-937-4326 FindAGrave: 2213118 map Web page: https://www.saintfrancisofassisi.net/ Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Indiana Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags INDIANA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Calvary Cemetery, Alta Vista, Iowa

Name: Calvary Cemetery (also known as Mount Calvary Cemetery, Alta Vista Catholic Cemetery) Location: Category: Alta Vista, Iowa Address: W Weber St (110th St), Alta Vista, Chickasaw, Iowa 50603 FindAGrave: 94396 map BillionGraves: 33435 Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Iowa Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags IOWA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

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Exira Catholic Cemetery, Exira, Iowa

Name: Exira Catholic Cemetery Location: Category: Exira, Iowa FindAGrave: 95112 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Iowa Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags IOWA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Archbishops of Glasgow, Scotland, Catholic Church

Name: Archbishops of Glasgow, Scotland, Catholic Church Timeframe: (1492 - ) Wikipedia: Archbishop of Glasgow Project / Team: / Categorization

Prior to the Scottish Reformation in 1560, the Bishops and from 1492, the Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Scotland, Catholic Church|Archbishops of Glasgow were clergy in the Catholic Church. From 1571 to 1689, the Archbishops of Glasgow were Category: Archbishops of Glasgow, Church of Scotland|archbishops in the Church of Scotland. In 1689, the Church of Scotland abolished the episcopal form of church governance and instituted a presbyterian style of church government. This caused parts of the church to split off to form the Scottish Episcopal Church which continued to have Bishops of Glasgow, although the diocese was lowered from an archdiocese to a regular diocese, until 1837 at which point the Anglican bishops became Bishops of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway. In 1878, the Catholic Church reinstated the Scottish hierarchy and began appointing Archbishops of Glasgow again.

Archbishops of Southwark, England, Catholic Church

This category contains profiles of Archbishops of Southwark

Related Category: Category:Bishops of Southwark, England, Catholic Church

The Diocese of Southwark in the London area of England was created in September 1850 and elevated to an archdiocese in May 1965.

Bishops of Montreal, Quebec, Catholic Church

Name: Bishops of Montreal, Quebec, Catholic Church Location: Category: Montréal, Québec Timeframe: (1836 - 1886) Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal: Diocesan Ordinaries Project / Team: / Categorization

Not to be confused with either Category: Archbishops of Montreal, Canada, Catholic Church, Category: Bishops of Montreal, Church of England in Canada or Category: Bishops of Montreal, Anglican Church of Canada.

The Diocese of Montreal was split off from the Archdiocese of Québec in 1836. It was elevated to an archdiocese and its bishops became Archbishops of Montreal in 1886.

Bishops of Peterborough, Ontario, Catholic Church

Name: Bishops of Peterborough, Ontario, Catholic Church Location: Category: Peterborough, Ontario Timeframe: (1882 - ) Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Diocese of Peterborough: Episcopal Ordinaries Not to be confused with: Category: Bishops of Peterborough, Church of England Project / Team: / Categorization

Bishops of Liverpool, England, Catholic Church

This category contains profiles of Catholic Bishops of Liverpool

The title of Bishop of Liverpool in the Catholic Church was elevated to Archbishop of Liverpool when the Diocese was elevated to an Archdiocese in October 1911.

See:

Not to be confused with Category:Bishops of Liverpool, Church of England

Bishops of Southwark, England, Catholic Church

This category contains profiles of Catholic Bishops of Southwark

The Diocese of Southwark in the London area of England was created in September 1850 and elevated to an archdiocese in May 1965.

See:

Related Category: Category:Archbishops of Southwark, England, Catholic Church

Not to be confused with Category: Bishops of Southwark, Church of England.

Bishops of St Asaph, Wales, Catholic Church

Name: Bishops of St Asaph, Wales, Catholic Church Timeframe: ( - 1559) Wikipedia: Bishop of St Asaph: Early Times not to be confused with: Category: Bishops of St Asaph, Church in Wales Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: / Categorization

Bishops of Cork and Ross, Ireland, Catholic Church

Name: Bishops of Cork and Ross, Ireland, Catholic Church Timeframe: (1958 - ) Wikipedia: Bishop of Cork and Ross: Roman Catholic bishops not to be confused with: Category: Bishops of Cork and Ross, Church of Ireland Project / Team: / Categorization

The Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross was formed in 1958 by the merger of the Diocese of Cork and the Diocese of Ross.

Bishops of Lincoln, Nebraska, Catholic Church

Name: Bishops of Lincoln, Nebraska, Catholic Church Location: Category: Lincoln, Nebraska Timeframe: (1887 - ) Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Diocese of Lincoln: Bishops Project / Team: / Categorization Not to be confused with either Category: Bishops of Lincoln, England, Catholic Church or Category: Bishops of Lincoln, Church of England.

Archdiocese of Adelaide, South Australia, Catholic Church

Name: Archdiocese of Adelaide, South Australia, Catholic Church Timeframe: (1842 - ) Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide Website: Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: / Categorization

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The Diocese of Adalaide was created by the Catholic Church in 1842. In 1887, the Diocese of Port Augusta split off and the remainder was elevated to the rank of Archdiocese.

Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly, Catholic Church

Name: Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly, Catholic Church Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly Website: Archdiocese of Cashel & Emly Project / Team: / Categorization

The Archdiocese, or Province, of Cashel and Emly is one of four ecclesiastical provinces that together form the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland; the other provinces are Armagh, Tuam and Dublin. The geographical remit of the province includes most of County Tipperary as well as an eastern slice of County Limerick. Large population centres include including Cashel, Galbally, Newport, Pallasgreen, Borrisoleigh, Templemore, Thurles and Tipperary.

Its suffragan dioceses are Cloyne, Cork and Ross, Kerry, Killaloe, Limerick, Waterford and Lismore, and Kilfenora (which is administered by the Bishop of Galway in the Province of Tuam).

Aughaval Parish, Catholic Church, Mayo

Name: Aughaval Parish, Catholic Church, Mayo Please visit: Space: County Mayo Sub Project Diocese Page: WESTPORT (AUGHAVAL) Tuam diocese.org Family Search: Aughaval Catholic Parish, County Mayo Genealogy Project / Team: Irish Roots / Categorization

Profiles in this category will be reviewed and categorized as needed.
The purpose of this project is to assist those who are researching their County Mayo connections.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Killala

The Diocese of Killala (Irish: Deoise Chill Ala) is a Roman Catholic diocese in Connacht; the western province of Ireland. It is in the Metropolitan Province of Tuam and is subject to the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Tuam.

The Killala diocese covers the northernmost parts of County Mayo and County Sligo. The largest towns are Ballina, Belmullet and Crossmolina. Wikipedia

Parishes in Killala Diocese

AddergooleArdaghBacksBallycastleBallycroyBallysokearyBelmulletCastleconnor
CrossmolinaDromore WestEaskeyKilcommon ErrisKilfianKilglassKillalaKilmore Erris
KilmoremoyKiltaineLackenMoygownaghSkreen & DromardTempleboy  

Straide, Mayo

Welcome to the County Mayo Sub Project
Please visit County Mayo Sub Project for more information about this project.

This category is maintained by the County Mayo Sub Project

Profiles in this category will be reviewed and categorized as needed.
The purpose of this project is to assist those who are researching their County Mayo connections.

Straide is the name for the following:

A village in Mayo
A Roman Catholic parish in Mayo

Straide Village

Straide is an historic and picturesque village situated in the heart of County Mayo, located between Foxford and Castlebar in the diocese of Achonry. The Cathedral town of the Diocese is Ballaghadeereen on the Mayo / Roscommon border. Straide is the birthplace of one of Ireland’s famous sons, namely Michael Davitt, founder of the Land league in 1879.

Michael Davitt was born on March 25th 1846 during the Great Famine, at a time when Straide was a place of poverty and emigration. He was christened in the pre-penal church, which today houses the Michael Davitt Musuem

The Church of Saints Peter and Paul is situated on a hill, marking the centre of the village and is bordered on one side by the Davitt Lounge and on the other side by The Copper Beech Lounge.

Read more at Straide in Co. Mayo

Straide Roman Catholic Parish

There are many townlands in the parish of Straide numbering 32 which is more than in the townland of Strade in which the church is located.
Townlands of Straide RC Parish
ArdcloonAshbrookeAughaliskaAughawardBallinacuila
BallylahanBlackfortBlanemoreBoherglossCarracastle
ClooncondraCloonconlonCoolkeevauneCrillaneDerra
DerrineaDerrinogueDoogeraFencefieldGurranard
GurteenKnockafallKnockaghranKnocknacullaKnocksaxon
KnockshanvalleyLongfieldLoughillOughtoosePullagh
RathrusselRedhillSpringhillStradeTavnabeg
TavnaghUmmoon

Source: About Straide Parish

Diocese of Clogher, Catholic Church

Name: Diocese of Clogher, Catholic Church Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Diocese of Clogher Not to be confused with: Category: Diocese of Clogher, Church of Ireland Website: Diocese of Clogher Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: / Categorization

The Catholic Diocese of Clogher (Irish: Deoise Chlochair) straddles the border between North Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It consists of County Monaghan, much of County Fermanagh and parts of Counties Tyrone and Donegal. The largest towns are Clones, Enniskillen and Monaghan.

Diocese of Clonfert, Catholic Church

Name: Diocese of Clonfert, Catholic Church Wikipedia: Roman Catholic Diocese of Clonfert Website: Catholic Diocese of Clonfert Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: / Categorization

The Diocese of Clonfert (Irish: Deoise Chluain Fearta) is a Roman Catholic diocese in the western part of Ireland. It is in the Metropolitan Province of Tuam and is subject to the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Tuam.

The diocese covers almost the whole of East Galway, with one parish (Lusmagh) in County Offaly while the parishes of Taughmaconnell, Creagh and the half-parish of Ballinasloe lie in County Roscommon. This was the ancient territory of the kingdom of Uí Maine (Hy-Many), as it existed when the diocese was formed. In fact, the bishop of the diocese was sometimes referred to as the Bishop of Hy-Many. The major towns in the diocese are Ballinasloe, Loughrea and Portumna.

Parishes in Clonfert

Aughrim & KilconnellFahy & QuansboroKilnadeema & AilleDuniry & AbbeyLawrencetown & KiltormerNew Inn & Bullaun
Ballinakill & DerrybrienKillimor & TiranascraghTaughmaconnellFohenagh & KillureClostoken & KilconieranMullagh & Killoran
ClontuskertKiltullagh & KillimordalyTynagh & KilleenCappatagle & KilrickleLusmaghWoodford & Looscaun
Ballymacward & GurteenEyrecourt, Clonfert & MeelickLeitrim & BallydugganBallinasloeLoughreaPortumna

Diocese of Bristol, England, Catholic Church

Name: Diocese of Bristol, England, Catholic Church Timeframe: (1553 - 1558) Wikipedia: Bishop of Bristol: History Not to be confused with: Category: Diocese of Bristol, Church of England Project / Team: / Categorization

The Diocese of Bristol was established in 1542 by the Church of England, taken from land which had been in the Catholic Diocese of Worcester and was for a short time in the Church of England Diocese of Gloucester. It became a Catholic diocese for five years during the reign of Queen Mary.

Congregational Chapel, Highworth, Wiltshire

Congregational Chapel, Highworth, Wiltshire

This congregation was initially formed in the home of John Hedges, and obtained a building for worship during his lifetime. It became part of the United Reformed Church in 1972.

Current Church site: Highworth United Reformed Church

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Arkansas

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

ELCA Congregations in Arkansas are part of the Arkansas-Oklahoma Synod

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Delaware

Name: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Delaware Help: For assistance with this or related categories post a question in the Policy and Style section of G2G making sure to tag your question with both categorization and religions. High Level Category: Please do not place on individual profiles. Add profiles to categories lower in the Religious Categories structure. For an explanation of the Religious Categories structure and guidelines on formatting category names related to religions and spiritual traditions See: Principles and Formatting Guidelines for Religious Categories Project / Team: Categorization

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. They have one Synod, Delaware-Maryland Synod.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, District of Columbia

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

There are 75 ELCA congregations in Washington D.C. They have one synod, Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Synod.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Florida

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

There is one ELCA synod for Florida, Florida-Bahamas Synod

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Georgia

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

ELCA congregations in Georgia fall under the Southeastern Synod.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Kentucky

This category contains church categories for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in Kentucky.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Louisiana

Container category for Evangelical Lutheran churches located in the US state of Louisiana.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, North Carolina

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

There are 199 ELCA congregations in North Carolina. They are served by the North Carolina Synod.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Ohio

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

ELCA congregations in Ohio are divided among three synods:

  • Northeastern Ohio Synod
  • Northwestern Ohio Synod
  • Southern Ohio Synod

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Virginia

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. There are 153 ELCA congregations in Virginia who are served by that Virginia Synod.

Evangelical Lutheran Church, Delaware

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is a mainline Protestant Lutheran Church headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

ELCA congregations in Delaware are part of the Delaware-Maryland Synod

Northwestern Ohio Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

The Northwestern Ohio Synod (ELCA) is one of the 65 synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). It encompasses 162 congregations in the northwestern part of the state. The office is located in Findlay, Ohio.

Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ

Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC) is an association of Lutheran congregations in the United States. It began in 2001.

Methodist Protestant Church

Subcategories of this category consist of denominations which have merged into current Methodist denominations.

St. Johns United Methodist Church, Racine, Wisconsin

Name: Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church, Racine, Wisconsin Location: Category: Racine, Wisconsin Timeframe: ( - 1967) Project / Team: / Categorization Timeline: Previous / Next

Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church of Racine, Wisconsin was begun by Swedish immigrants to the United States on March 23, 1883. Initial meetings took place at an existing Episcopal Church, but moved in 1884 to a Danish Baptist Church purchased by the congregation. In 1904, the church building was sold to a Jewish congregation, and a new structure was constructed at the intersection of West 6th Street and Lafayette Avenue (later renamed Memorial Drive) in Racine at a cost of $10,000. In 1921, the church changed its name to Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, and remained so until the church merged with St. Johns United Methodist Church in 1967.

On June 11, 1967, Wisconsin Area Methodist Bishop Ralph T. Alton consecrated the merger between the all-white Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church and and the predominantly African-American St. Johns United Methodist Church. The new congregation became known as Bethel-St. Johns United Methodist Church. Both pastors of the constituent churches served the merged congregation together until 1971, when Bethel-St. Johns' popular African-American minister, Rev. Ernest Loftin left to serve a pair of rural churches in Green County, Wisconsin.

In 1975, Bethel-St. Johns United Methodist Church sold its building at 1502 West 6th Street, and merged into Faith United Methodist Church in an effort to grow the small memberships of both congregations. The diverse community of Bethel-St. Johns found union with the historically Italian congregation of Faith Church, and the joined congregation continues to operate in Racine as Faith United Methodist Church.

In January of 2018, Faith United Methodist Church merged with Trinity United Methodist Church to form North Pointe United Methodist Church.

Moravian Immigrants to New York

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Bluemont Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia

Bluemont Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is a historic Presbyterian church located near Fancy Gap, Carroll County, Virginia. It is one of the "rock churches" founded by Bob Childress.

Byrd Presbyterian Church, Goochland, Virginia

Byrd Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterianism church located at Goochland in western Goochland County, Virginia on Dogtown Road. The original building dates from 1838 and is still in active use today.

Crockett's Cove Presbyterian Church, Wytheville, Virginia

Crockett's Cove Presbyterian Church, also known as Cove Brick Church, is a historic Presbyterian church located near .

Opequon Presbyterian Church

Opequon Presbyterian Church Opequon Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church located near Winchester, in Frederick County, Virginia. It was built in 1897, and is a one-story, gable-roofed, random-rubble stone church. Wikipedia

Waddell Memorial Presbyterian Church, Rapidan, Virginia

Waddell Memorial Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church located near Rapidan, Orange County, Virginia. It was built in 1874, and is a Carpenter Gothic frame building covered with board-and-batten siding.

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Alexandria, Virginia

Westminster Presbyterian Church of Alexandria, Virginia, U.S. located at the corner of Cameron Mills Road and Monticello Boulevard in the city's North Ridge section.

Five Mile Act

The FIVE MILE ACT of 1665

"The Five Mile Act, or Oxford Act, or Nonconformists Act 1665, is an Act of the Parliament of England (17 Charles II c. 2), passed in 1665 with the long title "An Act for restraining Non-Conformists from inhabiting in Corporations". It was one of the English penal laws that sought to enforce conformity to the established Church of England, and to expel any who did not conform. It forbade clergymen from living within five miles (8 km) of a parish from which they had been expelled, unless they swore an oath never to resist the king, or attempt to alter the government of Church or State. The latter involved swearing to obey the 1662 prayer book. Thousands of ministers were deprived under this act."

See: Five Mile Act 1665. (2014, April 11). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 06:24, August 14, 2014, from {http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Five_Mile_Act_1665&oldid=603797382]

Sources

  • Hutton, Ronald (1989). Charles II, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford: Clarendon Press. pp. 228–229. ISBN 0-19-822911-9.
  • 'Charles II, 1665: An Act for restraining Non-Conformists from inhabiting in Corporations.', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), p. 575. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=47375. Date accessed: 6 March 2007.
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Menallen Friends Cemetery, Bendersville, Pennsylvania

Name: Menallen Friends Cemetery Location: Category: Bendersville, Pennsylvania Address: 1107 Carlisle Road, Bendersville, Pennsylvania, 17307 Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

The Burial Ground at Menallen Friends Meeting is a National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Site.

See also Category: Menallen Monthly Meeting, Biglerville, Pennsylvania

Adolphustown Monthly Meeting, Ontario

Quaker Meetings, France

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Beth Israel Cemetery, Burnaby, British Columbia

Name: Beth Israel Cemetery (also known as Beth Israel Cemetery and Memorial Park) Location: Category: Burnaby, British Columbia Address: 1721 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby, BC V5C 5J2 FindAGrave: 2286804 map BillionGraves: 147384 Web page: Website Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Pardes Chaim Cemetery, Maple, Ontario

Name: Pardes Chaim Cemetery Location: Category: Vaughan, Ontario Timeframe: (2010 - Present) Address: 11818 Bathurst Street, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada FindAGrave: 2388327 map BillionGraves: 167305 Web page: Official Website Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Ontario Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags ONTARIO CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Novo Cemetery, Mile End, Middlesex

Name: The Nuovo Cemetery (also known as Beth Haim Novo Cemetery Novo Jewish Cemetery Sephardi New Cemetery) Location: Category: Mile End, Middlesex Address: 320 Mile End Road, Bethnal Green, London E1 4NS, England, UK Wikipedia/WikiData: English wikipedia Q88800512 Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Temple Beth El of Lynn and Swampscott, Massachusetts

Temple Beth El of Lynn and Swampscott, Massachusetts

Temple Beth El was founded in 1924 by members of the Lynn B’nai B’rith as a Conservative synagogue on the North Shore. In 1946, members of the congregation left to form Temple Israel in Swampscott. In 2002, the congregation of Temple Beth El voted to combine with Temple Israel to form Congregation Shirat Hiyam (or Song of Sea). Both synagogues had experienced declining membership, and the area could no longer support two Conservative temples in such close proximity. The two officially united in 2005, and Congregation Shirat Hiyam is now located in what was Temple Beth El. The building that housed Temple Israel was sold.

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia Deans

Name: Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia Deans Timeframe: (1992 - ) Project / Team: / Categorization

The occupation of Dean varies among member churches of the Anglican Communion. In some member churches, the most senior priest in the diocese after the bishop is given the title of Dean instead of archdeacon. In other member churches, the parishes of a diocese are subdivided into groups called deaneries for administrative purposes with each deanery headed by a Dean. See Wikipedia: Anglican ministry.

Deans should be placed in categories for deans of their member church of the communion. Subcategories for specific deaneries may be created if desired.

Anglican Deans serving in New Zealand prior to 1992 should be categorized under Category: Church of the Province of New Zealand Deans.

Mountain Home Monthly Meeting, Lawrence County, Alabama

Worcester Monthly Meeting, Worcester, Massachusetts

This meeting is currently active as Worcester-Pleasant Street monthly meeting, following a merger in 1979. It is affiliated to New England Yearly Meeting. See Worcester Monthly Meeting at quakermeetings.com.

Presbyterian Church (USA), Presbytery of Coastal Carolina

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First Presbyterian Church of Dallas, Dallas, Texas

Name: First Presbyterian Church of Dallas, Dallas, Texas Help: For assistance with this or related categories post a question in the Policy and Style section of G2G making sure to tag your question with both categorization and religions. Guidelines: This category is part of the Religious Categories structure. For an explanation of the Religious Categories structure and guidelines on formatting category names related to religions and spiritual traditions See: Principles and Formatting Guidelines for Religious Categories Project / Team: Categorization

Former Dioceses of the Church of Scotland

Name: Former Dioceses of the Church of Scotland Timeframe: (1560 - ) Project / Team: / Categorization

Prior to the Scottish Reformation in 1560, Christian churches in Scotland were part of the Catholic Church. From 1560 to 1689, the Catholic Church was persecuted and nearly all Christian churches were part of the Church of Scotland with theology based on the teachings of John Knox and John Calvin. In 1689, the Church of Scotland abolished the episcopal form of church governance and instituted a presbyterian style of church government. This caused parts of the church to split off to form the Scottish Episcopal Church which continued to have dioceses and an episcopal form of governance. From this point on, the Church of Scotland was a Presbyterian denomination while the Episcopal Church of Scotland was an Anglican denomination.

Presbyterian Church in America

The Presbyterian Church in America is the second largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States of America. It is conservative Reformed in theology. It formed in 1973 when churches separated from Presbyterian Church in the United States. Later splinter groups from other Presbyterian denominations joined increasing its size. Wikipedia

Gloucestershire Area Meeting, Gloucestershire

St Albans Monthly Meeting, Hertfordshire

St Albans is in southern Hertfordshire, England, approximately 20 miles north of London. St. Albans lies just east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield wikipedia. The early history of the Albans Monthly Meeting, which was under the care of Bedfordshire Quarterly Meeting, is somewhat vague. It remained a strong Quaker community into the nineteenth century as Friends living in London often used to retire to St. Albans. In 1703 the Albans Monthly Meeting became part of the Hertfordshire Quarterly Meeting and merged with the Luton Monthly Meeting. The Preparative Meeting in St Albans closed in 1830. --The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), National Archive Catalog entry.

Hertfordshire Directory : Friends Meeting House (St Albans)

Records

National Archives, Kew : (RG 6) Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys
(RG 6/2) Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire: Monthly Meeting of [St] Albans : Watford : Marriages
Bedfordshire Archives and Record Service : Non-Anglican Registers
(FR 3/9-10) St. Albans [Hertfordshire] : Quakers : marriage clearances : 1676-1779
National Archives Catalog : St Albans Monthly Meeting
Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Services : FR - Society of Friends (Quakers)
(FR3) Description: minutes, subscription account, membership records, marriage clearance certificates and consents (1675-1865). Creator: St. Albans Monthly Meeting

Blue River Monthly Meeting, Salem, Indiana

Sandcreek Monthly Meeting, Elizabethtown, Indiana

Aka Azalia Monthly Meeting.

Known as Driftwood Monthly Meeting until 1869, Sand Creek until 1953.

Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting, Montgomery County, Maryland

For events before 1750, see Clifts Monthly Meeting. For events between 1750 and 1772, see Herring Creek Monthly Meeting. For events between 1772 and 1778, see West River Monthly Meeting.

Concord Monthly Meeting, North Collins, New York

The Collins Monthly Meeting was established as the Concord Monthly Meeting in 1820, at the division of the Eden Monthly Meeting to the Hamburgh and the Concord Monthly Meetings. In 1823, the name of the meeting was changed to Collins. Collins Monthly Meeting (Hicksite) became a part of Genesee Yearly Meeting on its establishment in 1834, and was laid down in 1851. It's members were attached to Hamburgh Monthly Meeting. The Orthodox branch of Collins remains active to date.

Manhasset Monthly Meeting, Nassau County, New York

Manhasset Monthly Meeting was established in 1961 and is active as of 2019.

See Manhasset Monthly Meeting at Quakermeetings.com

Matinecock Monthly Meeting, Locust Valley, New York

Holly Spring Monthly Meeting, Ramseur, North Carolina

See also Holly Spring Friends Meeting Cemetery.

Lancaster Monthly Meeting, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Providence Monthly Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island

also known as: Providence (RI) Friends Meeting

not to be confused with: Providence Monthly Meeting, Media, Pennsylvania

99 Morris Ave
Providence, RI 02906-2315
providencefriends.org

Adath Yeshuran Cemetery, Fairfield, Connecticut

Name: Adath Yeshuran Cemetery (also known as Conservative Synagogue Cemetery Adath Yeshuren Cemetery) Location: Category: Fairfield, Connecticut Address: 250 Reid St., Fairfield, CT, 16824 FindAGrave: 2138117 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Rockford Hebrew Cemetery, Rockford, Illinois

Name: Rockford Hebrew Cemetery Location: Category: Rockford, Illinois Address: 819 Cottage Grove Ave, Rockford, Illinois 61103 FindAGrave: 1989200 map Web page: Jewish Federation of Greater Rockford Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Illinois Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags ILLINOIS CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Aguda Achim Cemetery, Melrose, Massachusetts

Name: Agudas Achim Cemetery, Saugus, Massachusetts (also known as Vikomir Cemetery) Location: Category: Saugus, Massachusetts WikiTree page: Space: Aguda_Achim_Cemetery,_Saugus,_Massachusetts FindAGrave: 223027 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Massachusetts Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags MASSACHUSETTS CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

B'nai Israel Cemetery, Steubenville, Ohio

B'nai Israel Cemetery, Steubenville, Ohio


2900 Sunset Boulevard
Steubenville, Ohio 43952
Phone: (740) 282-9736


For site-specific information pertaining to this cemetery, please refer to the following pages:

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Fort St. James Anglican Cemetery, Fort St. James, British Columbia

Name: Fort St. James Anglican Cemetery (also known as The Hudson's Bay Cemetery) Location: Category: Fort St. James, British Columbia Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / British Columbia Cemeteries Team See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags BRITISH COLUMBIA CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery, Alma, Prince Edward Island

Name: Holy Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery Location: Category: Alma, Prince Edward Island FindAGrave: 2311247 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Prince Edward Island Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Alberton, Prince Edward Island

Name: St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery Location: Category: Alberton, Prince Edward Island FindAGrave: 2310505 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Prince Edward Island Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Lot 4, Cemetery # 2

St. James Cathedral Churchyard, Toronto, Ontario

Name: St. James Cathedral Churchyard (also known as Protestant Episcopal Church of St. James Churchyard, The Cathedral Church of St. James) Location: Category: Toronto, Ontario Timeframe: (ca. 1807 - 1845) Address: 106 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 2E9 WikiTree page: Space: St. James Cathedral Churchyard FindAGrave: 639399 map BillionGraves: 166385 Web page: https://stjamescathedral.ca/ Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Canadian Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CANADIAN CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

St. Margaret's Anglican Church Cemetery, Scarborough, Ontario

Name: St. Margaret's Anglican Church Cemetery (also known as St. Margaret's-in-the-Pines) Location: Category: Scarborough, Ontario Address: 4130 Lawrence Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1E 2R8 WikiTree page: Space: St. Margaret's Anglican Church Cemetery FindAGrave: 2215523 map BillionGraves: 147368 Web page: http://www.stmargaretstamil.ca/ Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Canadian Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CANADIAN CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Cemetery, Scarborough, Ontario

Name: St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Cemetery Location: Category: Scarborough, Ontario Timeframe: (1840 - ) Address: 3333 Finch Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1W 2R9 WikiTree page: Space: St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Cemetery FindAGrave: 1965150 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Canadian Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CANADIAN CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Cimetière St-Mark's Anglican, Acton Vale, Bagot, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière St-Mark's Anglican, Acton Vale, Acton, Montérégie, Québec

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Cimetière Christ Church, Mille-Isles, Argenteuil, Québec

Long name: Christ Church Cemetery, Mille-Isles, Argenteuil, Laurentides, Quebec

Cimetière Anglican

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Cimetière Christ Church, St-André-Est, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Christ Church, St-André-Est, St-André-d'Argenteuil, Argenteuil, Laurentides, Québec

Voir le cimetière sur [Cimetières]

Cimetière Good Shepherd Church, Laurel, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Good Shepherd Church, Laurel, Wentworth-Nord, Les Pays-d'en-Haut, Laurentides, Québec

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Cimetière Grace Church Anglican, Arundel, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Grace Church Anglican, Arundel, Les Laurentides, Laurentides, Québec

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Cimetière Lakefield Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lakefield, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Lakefield Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lakefield, Gore, Argenteuil, Laurentides, Québec

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Cimetière Old Shrewsbury-in-the-Bush, Gore, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Old Shrewsbury-in-the-Bush Anglican Church, Shrewsbury, Gore, Argenteuil, Laurentides, Québec

Cimetière Protestant/Anglican

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Cimetière St-Aidans Church, Louisa, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Louisa (St-Aidans Church), Louisa, Wentworth, Argenteuil, Laurentides, Québec

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Cimetière St-Georges Anglican, Rockway-Valley, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière St-Georges Anglican, Rockway-Valley, Amherst, Les Laurentides, Laurentides, Québec

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Cimetière de Trout Brook, Tingwick, Arthabaska, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière de Trout Brook, Tingwick, Arthabaska, Centre-du-Québec, Québec

Le cimetière de Trout Brook est un cimetière Protestant / Anglican

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St. Peter's Columbarium Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

Name: St. Peter's Columbarium Cemetery Location: Category: Toronto, Ontario Address: 817 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON M4P 2Z4 WikiTree page: Space: St. Peter's Columbarium Cemetery FindAGrave: 19054794 map Map: OpenStreetMap Google Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Canadian Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags CANADIAN CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION

Arundel Methodist (Cimetière), Arundel, Argenteuil, Québec

Voir le cimetière sur [Find-a-Grave]

Commonwealth war graves memorial

Miminegash United Cemetery (Presbyterian), Miminegash, Prince Edward Island

Name: Miminegash United Cemetery (Presbyterian) Location: Category: Miminegash, Prince Edward Island FindAGrave: 2483364 map Project / Team: Global Cemeteries / Prince Edward Island Cemeteries See also: Ask questions in G2G using the tags PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CEMETERIES and CATEGORIZATION Lot 3, Cemetery # 1

Cimetière Knox Church Presbyterian, Crystal Falls, Argenteuil, Québec

Nom complet: Cimetière Knox Church Presbyterian, Crystal Falls, Arundel, Les Laurentides, Laurentides, Québec

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