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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia- Titanic Places of Interest, Nova Scotia

Unidentified child grave, later identified as Sidney Goodwin. Image Author: Chris Meunier, WikipediaFairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, is best known as the final resting place of over 100 victims of the Titanic.  One hundred and twenty victims of the Titanic are interred here.  Most of the graves are identified with small granite markers giving the victims name and date of death.  However over one third of the graves were unable to be identified.  One of the more well known graves is that of an unidentified child, later identified as Sidney Goodwin an English child who perished with his family.

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Fairview Cemetery
3720 Windsor Street,
Halifax,
NS B3K 5G7,
Canada‎
(902) 490-4883‎

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