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Fort Langley Cemetery
Langley Township, British Columbia

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Fort Langley Cemetery, Langley Township, BC

GPS: 49.167777, -122.583284

23105 St. Andrews Ave.
Langley Township, BC, V1M 2S6
Canada

Published: March 17, 2020
Total records: 3,632

Fort Langley Cemetery is owned by the Township of Langley.

Cemetery History

Rich in history and home to numerous Victorian and Edwardian headstones, Fort Langley Cemetery is noted for its wrought iron grave enclosures, impressive marble and granite monuments, and mature landscaping. As the oldest cemetery in the Township of Langley it records many of the loves, dreams and heartaches that shaped the development of this Fraser River community.

In 1881 when the cemetery was established, regulations required that it be located away from populated areas. Due to growth and development the Fort Langley Cemetery is now nestled amongst the community’s historic downtown allowing residents and visitors to enjoy and learn from the stories it reveals.

Township of Langley Records

Records linked below were acquired from the Township of Langley on March 17, 2020. The City last compiled these records on February 18, 2020. These include all burials in which the City has records on file. We made no corrections to these records, and left them "As is".

Note: The Township states that it still has an ongoing project to consolidate cemetery deceased data, and that these records are intended for use as a general reference only. Please verify the information contained in this data.

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