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Glen Meyer Baptist Cemetery Video
by John Cardiff
Glen Meyer Baptist Cemetery is located on
28 Regional Road 2, in the hamlet of Glen
Meyer in Walsingham Township, Norfolk County, a few miles east of King
Lake Cemetery, west of the village of Langton.
Many of the surviving historic stones are still quite readable. Only a few could not be fully transcribed with little effort. Although over a dozen stones can be transcribed by pausing the playback of our video when appropriate, our video is meant only as an overview of the cemetery itself, not as an alternative resource to cemetery stone transcriptions.
When it comes to cemetery transcriptions, older is frequently better. Volunteer transcribers from the Norfolk Historical Society transcribed this cemetery in the 1960s. A copy of that transcription is on file and available for viewing in the Reading Room of the Norfolk Heritage Centre (www.norfolklore.com).
The Norfolk Branch of the Ontario Genealogy Society subsequently transcribed this cemetery over a decade later, then updated that effort a few years ago. Their transcription is available for sale from their web site: Ontario Genealogy Society/Norfolk Branch. (See their "Published Resources" web page.)
Our videos are merely sneak peeks -- not exhaustive treatments -- of their subject. Hopefully they will provide a touch of perspective for those who live at a distance until they can visit.
Copyright 2006-2008 John Cardiff