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OCD Ontario - Lakeview Cemetery (Sarnia) - OU0BC6
OCD: OpenCaching Cemetery Directory
Owner: Bon Echo
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Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: Canada > Ontario
Cache type: Traditional
Size: Micro
Status: Ready for Search
Date hidden: 2020-07-19
Date created: 2020-09-03
Date published: 2020-09-04
Last modification: 2020-09-04
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Kid Friendly  Available in Winter  Stealth Required  Listed on OCNA Only  Bring Your Own Pen  Historic Site  Limited Hours 

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Description EN

A cache in the OpenCaching Cemetery Directory (OCD) Series. To add a cache to this series, simple follow this naming convention:

OCD State/Province - Cemetery Name (Township or Community Name)

Please provide some detail about the cemetery in your cache description, and please paste this note at the start of the description. Lets see how many states and provinces we can get to go OCD. Please respect any local laws regarding cache placement. If your state or local cemetery does not allow cemetery caches, then don't do it. Please be respectful anytime you are in a cemetery.

I will create and maintain a list of all the OCD caches, soon. For a list of all OCD caches, click HERE.

Lakeview Cemetery is located in Sarnia Ontario and is the final resting place of several prominent Canadians including The Honourable Alexander Mackenzie (Canada's 2nd Prime Minister), Hon. Pauline Mills McGibbon (22nd Lieutenant Governor of Ontario), as well as former Members of Parliament and Senators. Several of my family members are buried in this cemetery.

The cache is located within sight of (but not too close to) the grave of Alexander Mackenzie.

It appears that this cache is the first OCNA cache ever to be hidden in Lambton County. And I don't know why t took my over 5 years to do that.

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2nd PM's grave as viewed from cache location
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