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  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery
    image       Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial Ground, St. Bernard's, St. Patrick's, St. Peter's, St. Kevin's and The Sacred ...
    image     Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery Grave Stones
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery Grave Stones
    image       Grave stones of Felix Leacy (died Mar 13, 1861) and Hugh Doherty (died Feb 9, 1865). Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various ...
    image     Grave stones of Felix Leacy (died Mar 13, 1861) and Hugh Doherty (died Feb 9, 1865). Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Grave Stones and Airport Runway
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Grave Stones and Airport Runway
    image       Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial Ground, St. Bernard's, St. Patrick's, St. Peter's, St. Kevin's and The Sacred ...
    image     Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery Grave Stones
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery Grave Stones
    image       Grave stones of unknown (unreadable) and Thomas Graham (died Dec 25, 1857). Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial ...
    image     Grave stones of unknown (unreadable) and Thomas Graham (died Dec 25, 1857). Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Banane Family Grave Stone
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Banane Family Grave Stone
    image       Grave stone of Banane Family; Patrick Banane (died Aug 13, 1882), Honorah Crowley (died Jan 14, 1908), and their daughter Charlotte (died Oct 18, 1876).Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest ...
    image     Grave stone of Banane Family; Patrick Banane (died Aug 13, 1882), Honorah Crowley (died Jan 14, 1908), and their daughter Charlotte (died Oct 18, 1876).Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Monuments
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, Monuments
    image       Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial Ground, St. Bernard's, St. Patrick's, St. Peter's, St. Kevin's and The Sacred ...
    image     Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, O'Brien Monument
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery, O'Brien Monument
    image       Monument to the O'Brien family. Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial Ground, St. Bernard's, St. Patrick's, St. Peter's, ...
    image     Monument to the O'Brien family. Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery
    Elmbank Roman Catholic Cemetery
    image       Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery was known by various names: Fifth Line Burial Ground, St. Bernard's, St. Patrick's, St. Peter's, St. Kevin's and The Sacred ...
    image     Elmbank/Fifth Line Cemetery, located in Toronto Township, was opened in 1833 to serve many of the earliest Catholic settlers living in rural areas to the northwest of Toronto. The cemetery ...
    Mississauga Library System
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