|Woodland Cemetery gates. Photo by Mary Jane Culbert.|
This beautiful 100-acre property is located on the banks of the Thames River.
The 50,000 souls laid to rest here aren't the only residents of the cemetery. Take a walk with me to see who else lives here, above ground...
|What's that at the base of the stone? Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
Let's get a little closer, shall we?...
|This fawn is one of many white-tailed deer who make their home at Woodland Cemetery. Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
Mom and Dad must be around here somewhere...
|Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
|Of course there's a Hodgins! (the stone to the right of Crysler). Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
Honk if you like this photo...
|Canada Goose with her goslings. Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
If You Go:
Woodland Cemetery is located at 493 Springbank Drive in London, Ontario. Check their website for a map and directions. The cemetery is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.
Thomas Culbert's headstone is in Section P, Lot 167, SE. His wife, Letitia and five of their six children are buried at Woodland Cemetery. A son, Merlin Orval Culbert is buried at London's Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
|Thomas Culbert's headstone in Section P. Photo by Mary Jane Culbert|
Please don't feed the animals. Enjoy your visit!
COMING SOON: In the next post, we'll meet Thomas Culbert's nephew, George Eli Crawley, another resident of Woodland Cemetery.