SAMPLE from the INDEX of

INTO THE SILENT LAND: HISTORIC CEMETERIES & GRAVEYARDS IN ONTARIO

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Trajan’s Column, 92

Tree, tree branch (see also flower, foliage), figs. 4.45-6. 186-95; acacia, fig. 4.141, 4.144. 248-9; logs, 235, 240; maple, figs. 3.73, 4.46. 188-9; oak, fig. 4.45. 187-8; olive, fig. 4.27. 175; palm, fig. 4.38, 4.135. 174, 182, 244; Tree of Knowledge, 235; Tree of Life (Lebensbaum), 17, 187, 226, 235; tree-stump, ill. p. 192; figs. 4.52-7, 4.72. 192-5, 202, 206; willow, fig. 2.33, ill. p. 189, figs. 4.25-6, 4.39-41, 4.44, 4.47-51, 4.73, 4.87, 4.105, 4.131-4, ill. p. 362. 40, 169, 174, 175, 182, 183-5, 189-91, 213, 228, 244, 241; yew, 191

Tree-stump monument. See Tree

Trefoil, fig. 4.116, 4.119. 205, 234, 236

Trinity, 38, 96, 174, 175, 199, 201, 205, 213, 223, 225, 228, 234, 236, 237

Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Cambridge, ill. front cover, figs. 4.60, 4.74, 4.92, 4.133. 29, 192n, 197, 207, 214-15, 222n, 242; Riverside. See Pioneer Memorial Cemetery

Truman family, 250n

Tuckett family, plate 6; fig. 3.25. 77

Tucker, John, 73

Tully, Kivas, 24

Turnbull family, fig. 4.60. 197-8

Tyrolese Art Glass Co., 81

Tablet, fig. 4.68. 203

Tait family. See Dickson

Talisman. See Grave Marker

Talmud, 240-1

Tamworth, 27, 159n. See Christ Church

Tandy Brothers, monument makers, 89, 165, 181, 189

Taylor A.T., 85

Tefler family, 207

TFL, 247

Thistle, fig. 2.30, ill. p. 200, fig. 4.64. 38, 93, 174, 199-200

Thomas firm, contractor, 69; William & family, 96-6, 179

Thompson family, 31, 232. See also Hall family

Tierney family, fig. 4.63. 199

Tolmie family, fig. 4.1. 160

Torah, 240

Torch, fig. 3.65. 95, 175, 217

Toronto, 27-8. See Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Necropolis, Pape Avenue Jewish Cemetery, Prospect Cemetery, St James’ Cemetery, St Michael’s Cemetery, Willowdale Cemetery

Toronto City Hall, 82

Toronto Ornamental Iron Works, 81

Tory family, fig. 4.146. 251

Totti, Carlo, fig. 3.40. 86, 166, 174, 179

Tourism, 35, 40, 42

Trade, figs. 4. 145-9. 250-2

Traditional graveyard, figs. 2.1, 2.4-5, 2.14, 2.20, 2.22. 14-17, 22-8, 29, 318

       church graveyard, ill. p. 13, figs. 2.2, 2.6, 2.8-10, 2.12-13, 2.15-17, 2.19, 2.21 2.27, 3.1-2, 3.48, ill. p. 319. 6, 20, 21, 36, 64-6, 101, 317-8

      farm burial, ill. p. x. x, 4, 6, 20, 318

Traill, C. Parr, x, 24

Train, fig. 4.146. 251

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Undertaker, 6-7, 159, 317

Union Cemetery, Ham Road, figs. 4.10, 4.73, 4.88, 4.101-02. 23, 168, 183, 196, 206, 213, 224; near Long Sault, fig. 3.50. 90

United Church Cemetery. See Bath, Elgin, Mallorytown, Morven, , Newburgh

United Empire Loyalist, 4, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 26, 64-5, 75, 79, 86, 156, 163, 176, 213, 222-3, 227, 236, 247

University College, Toronto, 72, 98, 188

University Museum. See Oxford

Upper Burial Ground (now McBurney Park), Kingston, fig. 3.48, 24, 89

Upper Canada Village, near Morrisburg, fig. 3.51. See also Pioneer Memorial Cemetery

Urn or vase on marker (see also Furnishings), figs. 3.48, 3.61-6, 4.14, 4.27-31,4.38, 4.50, 4.61, 4.74, 4.92, 4.110, 4.131-2, 4.142. 89-90, 93, 167, 169, 175, 176-7, 182, 191, 197, 207, 214-15, 230, 241-2, 249

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Vanalstine family. See Corkingdale

van de Bogart family, figs. 4.39-40. 184, 185

Van Dusen family, 191

Van Straubenzee family, 235

Vance family, fig. 4.83. 211-12

Vase. See Furnishings; Urn

Vault. See dead house, mausoleum

Vend˘me Column, 92

Venus, 198, 221

Victoria Disaster, 206

Victoria Factory, 39

   

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