Oak Hill Cemetery, consecrated in 1842, is one of the first rural garden landscape cemeteries in the United States. Located on the north shore of Boston in Newburyport, Massachusetts, the cemetery is the resting place of many sea captains, writers and poets, silversmiths, photographers and soldiers who lived during the 1800s. The landscape is home to 130 year old trees and many bird species.
The Old Colonial Cemetery is located in the Town of Johnstown, County of Fulton, State of New York. This cemetery transcription has many burials dating back to the 1700's and is the final resting place for many Revolutionary War Soldiers who fought in the Battle of Johnstown.
Includes names taken from transcriptions of the monumental inscriptions, cemetery records, and other sources that have been identified by Ontario Genealogical Society members and members of other historical groups.
Cheshire, England. From the Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cheshire Record Office web site. Online searchable database covers the years 1850-1950 and includes over 60,000 entries. The database includes information on every person buried in the cemetery: name, description, address, age, date of death and burial and grave number.
British Columbia, Canada. Victoria's Ross Bay Cemetery opened in 1873 to serve the burial needs of the growing city of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Overlooking Ross Bay, it is 11 hectares in size (27.5 acres) and has almost 28,000 interments. Not just a burial ground, it serves as a park and restful get-away for many people. Come inside and take a virtual tour, meet some of the more famous residents, learn about issues that concern twentieth-century cemeteries or just enjoy some of the stories of this great cemetery.
Lists families/descendants of Plymouth Colony buried in Plympton cemetery. Also contains photos of gravestones. [The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]