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BOOK - The Merivale Cemeteries - St. Johnís Merivale, Anglican Cemetery; Pinecrest Public Cemetery (Merivale); United Church Cemetery
By volunteers of the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 2000
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018

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Coilbound Edition

Transcriptions of the memorial stones were updated and computer input by Dolly Allen in 1999. The section titled: Arthur Hopper of Merivale, His Children and Grandchildren' was contributed by Dr. Bruce S. Elliott. The section including 'Obituaries and Death Notices' was contributed by Lois Long. Material from scrapbooks was contributed by: Hazel Bradley; Lena Greer; Mary Keenan; Mabel Neill; Bertha Nesbitt; Edna Nesbitt Agnes Sulatycky

Cemetery location:
  • Legal description: Concession I, Lot 27, Nepean Township, Carleton County, Ontario
  • Municipal address: 1876 Merivale Road Nepean
  • GPS: 45.33192,-75.724871
Contents include:
  • The Merivale Cemeteries Ė Introduction to 2000 edition (1999)
  • Introduction
  • Arthur Hopper of Merivale, his children and grandchildren
  • The United Cemetery memorial stone transcriptions
  • St. John's Anglican Cemetery memorial stone transcriptions
  • The Merivale Public Cemetery memorial stone transcriptions
  • Death Notices and/or Obituaries collected by Lois Long
  • Index   Browse the complete Index
About Merivale:
    "We think of Merivale as the area of Nepean that followed Concessions A, One and Two, Rideau Front focussing on the Slack sideroad linking these concessions. The junction of Merivale and Slack Roads was the centre of the Merivale community. The local blacksmith, hotel, school and Orange Lodge faced that intersection. The Merivale churches and cemeteries were situated north of the intersection along the Merivale Road at Lot 28, Concession One, Rideau Front. Today, this whole area is one of strip malls, business areas, garages, food outlets and a thriving, busy thoroughfare, continuing well south of Slack Road. The cemeteries are completely surrounded by commercial businesses, with the Hunt Club extension only one block away connecting Bells Corners and the Ottawa International Airport."
194 Pages
8.5 X 11"
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 2000
2000 edition ISBN 0-7779-1496-4
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2018
New ISBN 978-1-77240-102-8 (Coilbound)

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