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Cemeteries -Ross Bay Cemetery - Markers

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Marker Styles at Ross Bay Cemetery

Aloha
A unique remembrance: a vanity licence plate with the word "Aloha" adds character to the family’s traditional stone marker.

FirehatModern memorial that reflects the persons life: Fred was a fireman with the Victoria fire department who died on the job.



Dr. Harry Helmcken
Dr. Harry Helmcken’s Egyptian-influenced mausoleum

Tiles
A common style at Ross Bay Cemetery includes having a tiled surface to the plot

Fence
Also common was the use of a fence to surround the plot

The classic style: there are several examples of this four-post style of monumentClassical

Ledger Style





This style is known as a ledger, and may simply be a cap over the grave site, or it may be the lid to a vault.




White Bronze



Known as "white bronze," this monument is actually made of zinc, which gives it a distinct gray colour. These were popular from 1880 to 1910, and were produced mainly in St. Thomas, Ontario.

Modern DesignA modern design

Modern Design
A modern and A unique Celtic-influenced style



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