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BOOK - St Johnís Anglican Cemetery, Richmond, Ontario
By volunteers of the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1976
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018

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Coilbound Edition

Transcriptions of the memorial stones in this cemetery were recorded by Iris M. Neville (nee McLinton) and George A. Neville in 1974 and published originally on October 6, 1974, double checked on November 2, 1974, updated on August 10, 1975 and first published in 1976.

About the beginnings of Richmond, and St. John's Anglican church and cemetery:
    "It is not possible to trace the beginning of st. John's Anglican Church and Parish to an exact date, but one authentic piece of evidence in the form of the Corner Stone of the first Church together with contemporary references in S. P. G. Reports (Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts) lead one to the following conclusion. The first church built in Richmond was the Episcopal, and its corner stone (A.D. 1823) was laid by the Local Lodge of Free Masons* probably on St. John the Baptist Day, June 24, 1823. It is claimed that this was the first church built in Carleton County"
Cemetery location:
    Lot 10 (2 acres), Town of Richmond, Carleton County, Ontario
  • Street address: South Side of Stachan Street, Richmond, Ontario (in historic Goulbourn Township, Carleton County)
  • Map reference 349 052
Contents include:
  • Introduction
    • Early settlement of Richmond
    • Parish beginnings for Richmond Episcopalians (Anglicans)
    • Rectors of St. John's and terms of office
    • Crown Land grant to the parish
    • Photos of cemetery from gates, stone vault, memorial to George Lynon (1851)
    • Care of the cemetery
    • Plot Plan for the cemetery
    • About cemetery inscriptions and this recording of them
    • The utility of Parish Burial Records
    • Leads from Plot Plans
    • Last records of some of Richmond's first citizens
    • Burial records of some of Richmonds Firt Settlers (name, estimated age in 1818, date of death, age at death)
    • Neglected tombstones
    • Some LYON bibliography
    • Errata and Addenda
    • References
  • Cemetery map
  • Transcriptions of all memorial stones
  • Index   Browse the complete Index
58 Pages
8.5 X 11"
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1976
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2018
New ISBN 978-1-77240-110-3 (Coilbound)

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