Beinn Bhreagh was Alexander Graham Bell's private estate. He lived there for 36 years until his death.
Holy Cross Cemetery is a treasured "rural cemetery" of Irish heritage in the heart of the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Located at South and South Park Streets in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Holy Cross Cemetery is the oldest Catholic Cemetery in the city and is registered historic site. Our Lady of Sorrows chapel was built in one day in August 1843. There are approximate 23,000 interments in the cemetery.
St. John's Cemetery is a cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia and forms a series of cemeteries in the Fairview area of Halifax (Fariview Cemetery, Old Burying Grounds and Baron de Hirsch Cemetery).
Opened in 1839, it is the final resting place for a few prominent Anglicans in Halifax such as Sir Charles Tupper.
There are 150 Titanic Victims buried in Halifax, the largest number anywhere in the world. This list includes all victims buried in Halifax, arranged by name, with unknown victims listed at the end by number. Another 119 bodies of Titanic victims were recovered but buried at sea and 59 more were shipped home to relatives.
Sources: Coroner's Records At the Public Archives of Nova Scotia (RG 41 Vol.75,76A), US Senate Report on the Titanic Sinking; Titanic International's Guide to the Halifax Cemeteries, Titanic: Triumph and Tragedy, 2nd Edition.