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  • Gilbert Layton (1899 - 1969)
    Layton (November 5, 1899 – May 29, 1961) was a businessman and politician in Quebec, Canada.
  • Shirley Greenshields Dixon (1891 - 1971)
    Immigration : Mar 1921 - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada** Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Aug 10 2020, 0:00:32 UTC
  • Inez Weir Dixon (1889 - 1974)
    Immigration : July 1910 - Quebec City, Quebec, Canada* Residence : Mar 31 1901 - Montréal (city/cité), Quebec, Canada* Residence : 1911 - Montréal St. Antoine Sub-Districts 1-47, Quebec, Canada** Refer...
  • Robert Wallace McLachlan (1845 - 1926)
    Wallace McLachlan (9 March 1845 – 10 May 1926), was a prolific early Canadian numismatist, who published many works focusing primarily on pre-Canadian Confederation coins, tokens and medals. He lived i...
  • Elizabeth McLachlan (1852 - 1936)
    Residence : Mar 31 1901 - Montréal (city/cité), Quebec, Canada* Residence : 1911 - Montréal St. Antoine Sub-Districts 1-47, Quebec, Canada** Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Aug 9 2020...

Opened in 1852, Mount Royal Cemetery is a 165-acre (67 ha) terraced cemetery on the north slope of Mount Royal in the borough of Outremont, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The burial ground shares the mountain with the much larger adjacent Roman Catholic cemetery -- Cimetière Notre-Dame-des-Neiges. Mount Royal Cemetery is now bordered on the southeast by Mount Royal Park, on the west by Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery and on the north by two Jewish cemeteries.

Although the cemetery is non-denominational today, it continues to be governed by its original charter with a board of trustees representing the founding Protestant denominations.

The cemetery is a private non-profit organization. Burial rights have always been offered in perpetuity with the commitment that no graves would ever be reused or abandoned. The founding charter stipulates that all profits should be entirely devoted to the embellishment and improvement of the property.

Mount Royal Cemetery is in operation and even the old portion of the cemetery still has some burial sites available.