Life Transitions Burial and Cremation Service Inc. Has been and continues to be honoured to serve the families of Dresden, Ontario.
Dresden is an agricultural community in southwestern Ontario, Canada, part of the municipality of Chatham-Kent. It is located on the Sydenham River. The community is named after Dresden, Germany. The major crops in the area are wheat, soybeans, rubber trees, corn and tomatoes. Its post office was established in 1852.
Dresden is best known as the home of Josiah Henson, an African-Canadian leader and minister whose life story was an inspiration for the novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The Henson homestead is a historic site located near Dresden, owned and operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust. A meteorite fall occurred near Dresden in 1939.