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From: "Bob & Terry Brooks" <>
Subject: Re: [NB-L] st. joseph and st.mary's cemetery
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 22:58:28 -0300
Hi Catherine >These are both Catholic Cemeteries. The burial records are at
: Diocese of Saint John -Archives , One Bayard Drive Saint John , N.B.
E2L3L5 e-mail Fax 1-506-653-6812 Phone
1-506 653-6807 The Archivist name is Mary McDevitt . She has published
a study of St. Mary`s Cemetery and is extremely knowledgeable about local
Catholic genealogy. These cemeteries are known in some records as :" Old
Catholic Cemetery-"-- St. Mary`s Cemetery and " New Catholic Cemetery " ---
St. Joseph`s Cemetery. They also have An indexed guide to obituaries in "The
New Freeman" (diocese newspaper) from 1900 to the present. ; Complete
records of Fitzpatrick`s Funeral Home Saint John 1889-1980 ; Burial Permits
for the City of Saint John 1889-1919 also records of interment for : St.
Mary`s Cemetery, St, Joseph`s Cemetery, Old St. Peters Cemetery, Indiantown
Cemetery, Holy Cross Cemetery and Assumption Cemetery. Have you tried the
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick on line searchable data base yet?
The birth , marriage and death records (and much more) are there as is the
Burial Permits for Saint John . Try
http://www.gov.nb.ca/archives/default.htm Also In the PANB are the St.
Joseph`s Cemetery records on microfilm that you can order through your
local library on loan . The film #s are : Index A-F ... F1188 ; Index
N-Z... F1189 ; Records 1879-1930...F1200; Records 1931-1973...F1187. They
(PANB ) also have Fitzpatrick`s Funeral Home records and Brennans Funeral
Services of St.John . records. Hope this info is what you are looking for .
Bob Brooks ----- Original Message -----
From: "Catherine Witter" <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2001 10:32 AM
Subject: [NB-L] st. joseph and st.mary's cemetery
> Does anyone know if these cemeteries have an address to check on
> Thank you----Cathy
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