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BOOK - St Paulís United Church Cemetery (The Old Methodist Cemetery), Richmond, Ontario
By volunteers of the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1974
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018


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Transcriptions of the memorial stones in this cemetery were recorded by Edna Armstrong (nee McLinton), Iris M. Neville (nee McLinton) and George A. Neville in 1974 and first published the same year.

About the beginnings of Richmond, and St. Paul's Methodist church and cemetery:
    "The early history of this cemetery is associated essentially with the history of Wesleyan Methodism of the Richmond Circuit. Richmond began to be settled in 1817, but it was not until about 1820 that Methodists of the settlement began to be favoured by occasional visits of the first Methodist preacher, the Rev. M. Everitt, and later, by the Rev. Mr. Flint. By about 1822, Richmond was included in the Rideau Circuit. By 1834, the Richmond Circuit is referred to as "a two weeks circuit" embracing the following townships, viz: Goulbourn, North Gower, Marlborough, Beckwith, Montague and Huntley.

    No record appears to have survived which would serve to indicated where early burials would have been made following the settlement of Richmond in 1817 and the establishment of the Methodist Cemetery in 1882. The first recorded interment was made in 1875 [7 years before the formal establisment of the cemetery] for Robert T. Wright (B5). However, Leonard Brown, a long time resident of Richmond, maintains that the first burial was that of John GAMBLE (D12) who was killed on April 1, 1885, in a logging accident when the 'binder' in the logs broke."
Cemetery location:
    Legal address: Part Lots 1 & 2 (Kings Park) Richmond Village, Part Lot 26 North 1/2, Concession III, Goulbourn Township, Carleton County, Ontario
Contents include:
  • Views of St Paul's United Cemetery
  • Introduction
    • Early Methodist history of Richmond
    • The Methodist New Connexion Church in Goulbourn Circuit
    • Later Wesleyan Methodist History of Richmond
    • Establishment of the Methodist Cemetery
    • Plan of the Cemetery and Index to Stones
    • Maintenance of the cemetery
    • [about] Cemetery markeers
    • Munificence of the Cemetery Board
    • A Brief History of teh Richmond Circuit (dated Oct 15, 1834)
    • Copy of the original indenture - Deed of Land
  • Cemetery map and Plot Plan
  • Transcriptions of all memorial stones (organized by rows and plots)
  • Index   Browse the complete Index
45 Pages
8.5 X 11"
Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1974
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2018
New ISBN 978-1-77240-108-0 (Coilbound)






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