You feel history surrounding you when you visit this cemetery. Located on Lancaster Avenue, the Cedar Hill Cemetery was established in 1792 - just nine years after the arrival of the United Empire Loyalists.
Many famous New Brunswickers are buried here. Charles Gorman is buried here - even though a cenotaph for him sits in King Square in uptown Saint John.
The Paris Crew shocked the world when they defeated the London Rowing Club and won the World Rowing Championship in 1867. The four crew members, Robert Fulton, Elijah Ross, George Price, Sam Hutton, plus their manager, Sheriff James A Harding, are all buried here.
William Boggs was the oldest United Empire Loyalist. He died at the age of 104 on May 18, 1838. He was buried in the Cedar Hill Cemetery, as were many other Loyalist families.
We invite you to visit. There are inscriptions dating back to the 1830's, all recording a part of Saint John's history.
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