B'nai Israel Cemetery
Butte-Silver Bow, Montana


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Holy Cross Cemetery
Butte-Silver Bow, Montana

 


FIRST BURIAL IN NEW HOLY CROSS CEMETERY

From The Anaconda Standard, June 4, 1912 – Page 8

Holy Cross cemetery, the new burying ground of the Catholic church, was opened yesterday morning [June 3, 1912], and Thomas Manning of 313 West Silver street, aged 95 years, a native of Ireland, and a resident of the United States for 80 years, was the first interred.  The grounds have been ready for about a week.  

The cemetery consists of 59 acres between the Four and Five Mile houses. It is an ideal site. An unevenness of the ground was removed. The old Catholic cemetery contained about 20 acres.  All the lots have been sold, although many of the family lots are not filled and there will be many funerals in the old grounds.  It is stated that Holy Cross cemetery will meet the needs for half a century or more.  

The approval of the location was made by Bishop J. P. Carroll, Mgr. Peter De Siere of St. Patrick’s and Father Batens. It was purchased several months ago.  

The grounds have a frontage of one-quarter mile on the boulevard. The Mountain View cemetery is one half mile north.   

Tom McGuire, who has been assistant sexton of the Catholic cemetery, will be sexton.

 

  Holy Cross Babyland

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Mount Moriah Cemetery 
Butte-Silver Bow, Montana


 



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Mountain View Cemetery
Butte-Silver Bow, Montana



       

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St. Patrick's Cemetery
Butte-Silver Bow, Montana




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