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Brayne Burying Grounds

Ontario : Elgin County
Location #15808

Location Owner:DDR12
Creation Date: 1/17/2019
Last Updated: 1/17/2019

I love the name for this one - Brayne's Cemetery, registered to the Trustees of the Brayne Burying Grounds. It's in a beautiful location - the road is peaceful and there are trees behind the gravesite.
The tombstones have a few standouts - especially the one with the small statue of a child on top, it's very unique and eye catching. This site features one of the tree stump style gravestones, which I've seen several of lately in various locations. Mostly in Elgin county if I recall correctly.

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January 2019
Brayne Burying Grounds
Created on:1/17/2019
Created by: DDR12
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Status: Closed
Category: Cemetery


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On 1/17/2019 9:38:03 PM user DDR12 changed the following: description
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