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BOOK - Norway Bay United Cemetery & Norway Bay Anglican Cemetery, Bristol Township, Pontiac County, Quebec
By Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1978
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018

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This book includes includes information for those people who are interred at the Norway Bay United Cemetery & Norway Bay Anglican Cemetery, Bristol Township, Pontiac County, Quebec

Norway Bay Cemetery is located on parts of Lots 9 and 10,Range 1, Township of Bristol, County of Pontiac, Province of Quebec. It is about two miles east of the village of Bristol and about two miles south of Quebec Highway No. 148. It is believed the first land for the cemetery was donated by a man by the name of Ross about 1830. The first burial of which there is a record (that record being the inscription on a tombstone) was in 1836. The cemetery, dotted with tall pines and stately oaks, has been expanded over the years and now covers an area of about ten acres. An additional strip along the east side purchased in recent years is held in reserve for future use. The cemetery is used by many denominations. The second Sunday of July each year is set aside as Decoration Day and a Memorial Service is held. This event is always well attended. It is believed that Norway Bay Anglican Cemetery was established about 1830 to 1840. It is located on Lot 10, Range 2, Township of Bristol. No information is available regarding its early history.

Book contents include
  • Introduction
  • Cemetery plot plan with numbered and named plots
  • Transcriptions of information from individual memorial stones (796 stones, most with more than one name)
  • Addendum - information added for four stones missed in the original transcriptions
  • Nominal Index (cross referenced Name to memorial stone number. Includes the 7 names in Index Addendum) Click here to browse the Index
  • Addendum to INDEX of seven persons missed when the original Index was compiled
The information contained in this book was assembled and indexed by volunteers form the Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genaelogical Society as follows:
  • Recorded and checked in July 1977 by Kenneth Collins, Bruce Elliott, Patrick M.O. Evans, Mrs. C. Hawken & friend, S. Wyman MacKechnie, Jerry McKay, Joan McKay, Fern Small.
  • Indexed in December 1977 by Joan McKay.
76 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1978
Original ISBN: (none on record)
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2018
New ISBN 978-1-77240-117-02 (coil bound edition)

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