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Hillside Cemetery (Dawdy Cemetery)
Ridgeville, Pelham Township, Welland County, Ontario

The Dawdy Cemetery began in 1815 on land owned by Jeremiah Dawdy and eventually was operated by the Dawdy Cemetery Board. Later more land was purchased and some years after the name was changed. More information about the name change, here.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Last edited Jul 07, 2005. Total records = 19.

Contributor's Index:

Boyes, Ernest S., b. 1890, d. 1967, s/w Ina A., [DL]
Boyes, Ina A., b. 1899, d. 1978, s/w Ernest S., [DL]
Brewer, George M., b. 1850, d. 1920, h/o Orpha, [LH]
Brewer, Orpha J. Reece, b. 1856, d. 1937, w/o George M., [LH]
Coon, Percy M., b. 1898, d. 1977, s/w Rita M, [DL]
Coon, Rita M., b. 1907, d. 1997, s/w Percy M., [DL]
Dohn, Pearl Evelyn, b. 1920, d. 1993, w/o John Alden Dohn, d/o Ernest and Elta Farr, [MG]
Green, Coral, b. 1901, d. 1978, s/w Orrin Green, [DL]
Green, Orrin, b. 1897, d. 1956, s/w Coral Ricketts, [DL]
Kemp, Mona Blanche, d. Jun 17, 2004, age 73yr, w/o Vernon, m. 48yr
Peacock, Cecil Erle, b.1914, d. 1991, h/o Mary Elizabeth, [DL]
Peacock, Mary Elizabeth, b.1920, d. 1948, w/o Cecil Erle, [DL]
Reece, Elva Ann, b. Jun 19, 1874, d. Jun 15, 1969, Reece plot, [LH]
Reece, Geneva A., b. 1901, d. 1930, w/o Charlie White, Reece plot, [LH]
Reece, Percy W., b. 1806, d. 1818, s/o W.E. & E. Reece, Reece plot, [LH]
Reece, Wilmer E., b. Sep 21, 1871, d. Jun 18, 1937, Reece plot, [LH]
White, Charlie Eldon, d. 1929, aged 18 days, infant s/o Charlie & Geneva A. White, Reece plot, [LH]
White, Erle, b.1854, d. 1929, [DL]
White, Leah (Talmage), b.1854, d. 1945, [DL]

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