St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church Added To Flickr Cemetery Site

Dec 22, 2023 | Featured Posts, General Information

The Flickr Cemetery website is a photograph archive of every gravestone within the cemeteries of the Cloyne and District Historical Society catchment area.  High definition photos display the graves with an attempt to transcribe all details from each grave.  This database of graves is easily searchable by entering the family name.  You can search all 1.775 graves currently uploaded with a single click.

Access the free website here: https://flickr.com/photos/cdhs-cemeteries

To date, Vennachar (138 photos) , Dempsey (240 photos), Cloyne Pioneer (5 photos), Northbrook (295 photos), Harlowe South (42 photos), Harlowe North (92 photos), Old Anglican Church Cemetery, Harlowe (9 photos), St. Paul’s Lutheran, Denbigh (94 photos), St. Luke’s United (153 photos), Denbigh (on Buckshot Lake Road, 5 photos), Our Lady Of The Holy Rosary in Griffith (207 photos), Matawatchan Community (237 photos), Glenfield (37 photos), Flinton’s St. John The Evangelist Roman Catholic  (260 photos) cemeteries have been uploaded. In 2024, we hope to add the Flinton United and Anglican Church cemeteries to finalize the project.

Searching by family name is easy. You can search only this site (recommended) by following the steps below.

1) Go back to Photostream (top left corner of this screen)

2) Click the magnifying glass to the right of the screen, then enter the family name to wish to search in the top search bar which should say Cloyne and District | Photos (enter your search word here). Click Enter on your keyboard.

To view the photo larger, use Ctrl + keys on your keyboard for a Windows computer. On a Mac computer use Command+

You can download the photo, full size if you wish.

For additional historic photos, documents and videos of the area visit our main Flickr site: flickr.com/photos/cdhs/

Stay tuned for future uploads and thank you for visiting our Flickr site.

 

1 Comment

  1. It is so much easier than walking the cemetery.

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