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Gore Cemetery
Clanbrassil, Oneida Township, Haldimand County, Ontario

Concession 2, Lot 24, Oneida Township
910 2nd Line, Clanbrassil, Ontario

Contributed by Murray Fair, Nov 04, 2011, last edited Oct 15, 2012 [murrayfair@rogers.com]. Total records = 923.

To reach the cemetery, begin at the intersection of Highways 2 & 53, east of Brantford, (Cainsville). There are traffic lights. Travel south on Brant County Road #18, for several kilometres. You will come to an intersection with traffic lights. Turn left on to Brant County Road #4, a.k.a. Cockshutt Road. Travel south for a few kilometres. Watch for a road sign indicating Brant County Road #20, a.k.a. Indian Line. Turn left and travel southeast through the Town of Hagersville. Watch for a road sign indicating Haldimand County Road #9. Turn left and travel for approximately 6 kilometres. The road curves to the left and you will see the Oneida United Church at the intersection of Haldimand County Road #9 and 2nd line. Turn left and travel a short distance where you will see the Gore Cemetery on your left. You can't miss it.

This cemetery is under the supervision of the Gore Cemetery Board. It is active and nicely maintained. There is space for new burials. The cemetery is also known as Gore - Clanbrassil Cemetery. This is a complete listing of all of the stones in this cemetery. A few old and broken stones are unreadable.

I walked this cemetery in September and October, 2011, reading and recording the information that I needed from each monument or grave marker that could be read in order to complete the transcription process.

- Murray Fair

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