Try the resources linked below for each of the following dates:
- pre-1869: Try Cemetery Transcriptions and/or our Guide to Church Records
- 1869 – 1937: Ontario Deaths, 1869-1937 and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947 on FamilySearch
- 1939 – 1947: Overseas only (see above)
- 1938 – 1942: look for the Death Regitrations section on the Archives of Ontario Microfilm Interloan Service
- 1943 – 1945 Ancestry Library Edition (in-library use)
- 1946: closed for microfilming
- 1947 – present: Registrar General's Online Certificate Application (Service Ontario)
Apply for birth (1916 - present), marriage (1931 - present) or death (1941 - present) records through the Registrar General's Online Certificate Application website.
It is a four-volume set of books, maroon in colour, found in KFPL's Genealogy and Local History Collection.
The transcriptions are in a single maroon-coloured book that contains five sections called "volumes." It is location in KFPL's Genealogy and Local History Collection.
This is a set of ring binders/scrapbooks of clippings from Kingston and Napanee newspapers with an alphabetical index to the surnames of the deceased (plus maiden name where available). The binders are compiled by members of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Kingston Branch, Library Committee and located at KFPL's Central Branch in the Genealogy collection. They are for in-library use only.
"A Transcription Of The Original Abstract Index Register Books"
Frontenac County is Volume 8.
Name index of Ontario, Canada, death registration entries. Registration entries for 1939-1947 are for overseas deaths only.
The Ontario Name Index (TONI) shows where information about a particular name can be found. Note that this is an index- it does NOT contain the information, just tells you where to find the information.
— from the Ontario Genealogical Society website
This online resource will allow you to search through a database of graves from around the world.
The Kingston Branch of the the Ontario Genealogical Society publishes cemetery transcriptions, vital statistics, census records and more valuable local genealogical information. Download their publication list for details about what is available and how much it will cost.