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Name Cemetery County Province
Rita Mary Briscoe O'Gorman St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, Orleans Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Malvina Bureau O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Bee Burke O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section D3 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Violet I. Clark O'Gorman St. Theresa Roman Catholic, Cobalt Temiskaming Ontario
Catherine A. Gorman O'Brien Notre Dame - Section D1 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Marion E. Gouch O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Bridget A. Kehoe O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Mary Pearl Murphy O’Gorman Mount Hope, Toronto York (incl. Toronto) Ontario
Johanna O'Brien Gorman Notre Dame - Section B Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Alacoque O'Gorman Mount Hope, Toronto York (incl. Toronto) Ontario
Andrew O'Gorman St. Peter's Roman Catholic, London Middlesex (incl. London) Ontario
Beatrice O'Gorman Englehart Public Temiskaming Ontario
C. Loretto O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Colleen Mary O'Gorman St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, Orleans Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Dorothy O'Gorman Yates, Parksville Vancouver Island British Columbia
George F. O'Gorman Cobalt War Veterans Temiskaming Ontario
John O'Gorman St. Peter's Roman Catholic, London Middlesex (incl. London) Ontario
John A. O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
John A. O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section Y Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
John J. O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section X Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
John J. O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section X Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
John Michael O'Gorman St. Theresa Roman Catholic, Cobalt Temiskaming Ontario
Margery O'Gorman St. Theresa Roman Catholic, Cobalt Temiskaming Ontario
Martin L. O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section 30 - DVA Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Mary O'Gorman Notre Dame - Section D3 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
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The mission of this project is to capture digital images and the complete transcription of headstones of our ancestors. As decades pass, it is becoming harder - if not impossible - to read the inscriptions these stones originally contained. By archiving the images and transcriptions, these important records are saved