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83 - The Loyalist Burial Grounds

Located east of King Square, you can find a late eighteenth century cemetery.  In 1995, the Irving family undertook the task of a complete landscape renewal of the site, which was closed to burials in 1848.   22 more words

55 - 'In Honour and Grateful Memory of Our Glorious Dead'

On a summer afternoon, a shrouded figure stands upon the War Memorial in King’s Square, located in the heart of Saint John, New Brunswick.  This memorial, since it’s re-dedication now commemorates veterans of four major wars, including The Great War, World War II, the Korean War, and the War in Afghanistan.   47 more words

36 - A Common Stroll Through Uptown Saint John

Just across from King’s Square in uptown Saint John, you will find the Loyalist Burial Grounds, a common walkway for workers, shoppers and visitors to the area on a daily basis.   40 more words