Manitoba Cemeteries

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[http://www.winnipeg.ca/ppd/cemetery_searchpage.stm Winnipeg Municipal Cemeteries]&nbsp;website lists interments for three of Winnipeg's cemeteries:&nbsp; Brookside, St. Vital and Transcona.&nbsp; Burials began at Brookside in 1878.&nbsp; The burial search database index includes first and last name, burial number, lot/section number, death date and burial date.&nbsp; The site includes cemtery site plans.&nbsp; By using the site plan and the burial index a grave may be located.
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[http://www.winnipeg.ca/ppd/cemetery_searchpage.stm Winnipeg Municipal Cemeteries]&nbsp;website lists interments for three of Winnipeg's cemeteries:&nbsp; Brookside, St. Vital and Transcona.&nbsp; Burials began at Brookside in 1878.&nbsp; The burial search database index includes first and last name, burial number, lot/section number, death date and burial date.&nbsp; The site includes cemtery site plans.&nbsp; By using the site plan and the burial index a grave may be located.  
  
 
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Winnipeg Municipal Cemeteries website lists interments for three of Winnipeg's cemeteries:  Brookside, St. Vital and Transcona.  Burials began at Brookside in 1878.  The burial search database index includes first and last name, burial number, lot/section number, death date and burial date.  The site includes cemtery site plans.  By using the site plan and the burial index a grave may be located.