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Burnsland Cemetery
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary, AB

GPS: 51.024931, -114.055048

3020 Spiller Rd SE
Calgary, AB T2G 4G5
Canada

Published: March 2, 2020
Total records: 22,846

Burnsland Cemetery is owned by the City of Calgary.

Cemetery History

Burnsland cemetery dates back to 1923 and includes many of Calgary’s World War I Veterans. Burials were made in this plot of land, however, going back to at least 1907, or even earlier.

The Calgary Heritage Authority has deemed the cemetery to be a historically significant cultural landscape that played an important part in the settlement and establishment of Calgary as a city.

In 1923, Calgary was well on its way to becoming a major western centre, and the existing Union Cemetery was running short of space, so new burial land was opened at 27 Avenue and Spiller Road S.E. Measuring 13 ha (32-acre) in size, this new cemetery was named Burnsland Cemetery.

City of Calgary Records

Records linked below were acquired from the City of Calgary on March 2, 2020. Note: Contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – City of Calgary

Dates of burial in these records range from 1907 to 2020.

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