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BOOK - St. Augustine's Anglican Cemetery, Prospect, Beckwith Township, Lanark County, Ontario
By Darell Small, Ken Collins, Dolly Allen from the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1986
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2023

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This book includes transcriptions of the memorial stones that were standing during October 1985. The dates recorded on the stones range from 1820 (earliest birthdate recorded) to 1983 (latest death date recorded). The earliest burial recorded on a surviving memorial stone is 1887.

Saint Augustine’s Anglican Church and cemetery is located on Concession 3, Lot 26, (modern address: 261 Richmond Rd), Prospect, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada

St. Augustine’s was built in 1854 by stone mason John May. The land on which the church and cemetery stand was donated to the church by William James who is interred in the cemetery. The building materials were provided by the parishioners. The early Irish Anglican parishioners met in a local school house prior to the erection of St. Augustine’s church. The church closed in 1967 with burials continuing until at least 1983 (according to memorial stones).

This publication has extra value to researchers because it contains transcriptions that were done decades ago.... some stones may no longer exist nor be easily readable today. The transcribers published the results in 1986. There are no burials recorded in this book since 1983

The volunteers who recorded the memorial stones were: Darell Small, Ken Collins, Dolly Allen who were members of Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society

Contents include:
  • Title page 2023 edition
  • Title page 1986 edition
  • Cemetery plot plan/map
  • Transciptions of the information recorded on memorial stones
  • Index (click here to browse the Index)
19 Pages
8.5 X 11"
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1986
Original 1986 ISBN (none recorded) Was know as "Publication 86-07"
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2023
New ISBN 978-1-77240-222-3 (Coilbound edition)

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