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The Municipal Cemeteries Branch

Interment (Burial) or Genealogy Searches

If you are looking for an existing interment site to arrange an interment (burial), please contact our Customer Service Advisors for assistance.

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How can I find someone interred (buried) in Brookside, St. Vital or Transcona cemeteries?
To find a person interred in Brookside, St. Vital or Transcona cemeteries, follow the cemetery deceased search link below. Please note that interment records for Brookside Cemetery are available online only from 1945. Also please note that Brookside and St. Vital burials from approximately October 2017 to present will not be visible on this search. Please contact our Customer Service Advisors for locations and further information.
How can I find someone who was interred in Brookside Cemetery prior to 1945?
Please contact our Customer Service Advisors at the Administration Office.
What information can I expect to find on a deceased interment search?
The information available on the website includes the date of death and date of interment (burial), as well as the location within the specific cemetery.
Can I ask the administration office to do the search for me?
Yes, however the information provided will include only the lot and section number.
How do I use this information to find the lot in the cemetery grounds?
How is the location of the deceased interred person identified?
The location of the deceased interred person is given as a lot (grave) number within a specific section.
I am tracing my family tree and need more information. What information is available to me?
Tracing your family tree is referred to as genealogy. The available search information may include: where born, where died, date of death, date of interment and name of funeral home. The date of birth is only available for those interred since 2005.

A fee must be paid before a genealogy search can be completed for you. Please contact our Customer Service Advisors for prices and more information.

Last update: September 18, 2019
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