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Fort Erie Coloured Cemetery

Located in: Fort Erie
Location #10095
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Location Owner:drunkenmunky420
Creation Date: 2/3/2014
Last Updated: 4/23/2015



Description

I know cemetery's aren't all that exciting to some but I felt this one had enough history behind it to validate posting it. I have grown up in this area my whole life and was not even aware that there was a coloured cemetery around here. The cemetery is over 150 years old and contain's at least 1 veteran of the war of 1812 giving the site even more historic value. The cemetery has had many different names over the years and in 1975 the town of Fort Erie assumed responsibility for it.



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Status: Historic Location
Category: Cemetery


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April 2015
Fort Erie Coloured Cemetery
Created on:4/23/2015
Created by: crysis27
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Winter 2013
Fort Erie Coloured Cemetery
Created on:2/3/2014
Created by: drunkenmunky420
9 photos


timo explorer says:
2/4/2014 8:20:11 PM

Pioneer cemeteries are full of amazing history, for those who take the time to read the stones and appreciate what these families went through so long ago. Every settlement and every ghost town has an old cemetery, sometimes this is all that remains today.

mobileworks says:
2/4/2014 3:48:19 PM

Pioneer cemeteries have a lot of character and need to be documented before some headstones are unreadable. My elderly mother learned how to read from headstones, a long time ago, and used to love going with me to check them out. Good find.

superss says:
2/4/2014 12:24:49 AM

I was reading something about this place in the fall, for whatever reason I thought it was on here already.

oldmann66 says:
2/3/2014 5:56:06 PM

Cemeteries are really interesting and serves some part of history.I wander around many cemeteries and i actually found some of my relatives and great grand parents and who says cemeteries aren't cool

ground state says:
2/3/2014 4:56:31 PM

"Little Cemetery Around The Corner"? What a weird formal name!

rockandrollfreak says:
2/3/2014 4:48:32 PM

Cool find, thanks fo' sharing

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On 4/23/2015 7:25:10 PM user crysis27 uploaded photos : IMG_20150423_103409.JPG / IMG_20150423_103435.JPG / IMG_20150423_103456.JPG / IMG_20150423_103516.JPG / IMG_20150423_103531.JPG / IMG_20150423_103627.JPG / IMG_20150423_103659.JPG / IMG_20150423_103720.JPG / IMG_20150423_103814.JPG / to SID: 4232015162331
On 4/23/2015 7:24:08 PM user crysis27 created gallery : April 2015
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On 2/3/2014 4:30:14 PM user drunkenmunky420 created gallery : Winter 2013
On 2/3/2014 4:28:35 PM user drunkenmunky420 changed the following: location status, description