In 1922, acres of green land high on Manawagonish Road in West Saint John was purchased as an extension of the Cedar Hill Cemetery. A grove of majestic maple trees dot the drive. It's a peaceful, elegant resting place with majestic views of the Bay of Fundy's blue waters. The lush green grass is well kept and you often see families visiting a grave.
When you enter the drive you catch sight of the large cannon and flags at our Field of Honour. In addition to adding character to the cemetery, it makes you feel proud of our Canadian heritage and the sacrifice of our brave Canadian veterans.
The Cedar Hill Extension is the resting place of many Saint John veterans. The Field of Honour was set aside as a tribute to the men and women who served their country. Can see the Bay of Fundy from this location. There is some space available within this location. Please talk to us about the requirements.
The public is welcome to join the Branch 69 Legion memorial ceremonies held each year in November in this cemetery's Field of Honour.
Some of Saint John's well-known businesspeople are buried here. Walk among the movers and shakers of their day who helped Saint John prosper and grow.
George Chittick who established the Chittick Ready Mix Concrete Plant rests here. So does Parker D. Mitchell whose company still bears his name.
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