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St. Alban's Cemetery

St. Alban's Cemetery was established in 1822 when land in the village of Adolphustown was granted by the Crown for use as an Anglican burial ground. The first internment was Margaret Deacon who was buried in the new cemetery in 1825. Margaret was the wife of Job Deacon, the first rector of the parish.

Still active today, the cemetery contains the gravesites of more than 200 people.

For a list of those buried in St. Alban's Cemetery since 1900, click here (PDF).

To inquire about available plots or for more information about St. Alban's Cemetery please contact:

John Carlson