BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS IN THE COMOX VALLEY REGION
Province of British Columbia Indexes of Birth (to 1903), Marriage (after 75 years) and Death (after 20 years) are available online, some with images of the original registrations, at the BC Archives website Births, Marriages, Deaths.
Use the Google search engine to locate the files that contain the names you are researching.
Anglican Baptisms CV ANGLICAN BAPTISMS 1881-1992
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DEATHS AND BURIALS
Courtenay Civic Cemetery was established in 1953. It incorporated the Old Presbyterian Cemetery which dates from about 1873. In the 1920s a fire destroyed the Presbyterian burial records as well as the wooden crosses in the Loggers Section. Both old and new sections were transcribed BY OUR GROUP from 1991 to 1993 with a few additions in 1994. The records have now been updated to the end of October 2007. Dates of burial were included if they were on the plot plan. Each record was also cross-checked with the City of Courtenay burial records. (Note: 94% of interments are on Find A Grave)
Cumberland Cemetery (For Sale) has been transcribed by Comox Valley Genealogy Group. If you find a person of interest in the INDEX , contact us for more information. The Cumberland Cemetery on Minto Road has been in continuous use since the mid 1890s. The cemetery is administered by the Village of Cumberland.
Black Creek Cemetery has been transcribed by Campbell River Genealogy Society.
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St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery. Pioneer Memorial Park was created on the original site in Comox. A list of burials and monuments was compiled in 2013. Information was gathered from several sources and may not be completely accurate. Any suggestions or corrections would be welcome.
2. Comox Valley Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 1101 Ryan Rd., Courtenay BC, V9N 3R6, Phone 250-334-0707
3. Banks Funeral Home in Cumberland is no longer in existence. However, we have received a copy of the original records and prepared an Index .