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The Casselman Cemeteries, Cambridge Township, Russell County, Ontario, Canada
Recorded, edited and indexed by numerous listed volunteers
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1996
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2020


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This book includes complete information transcribed from the memorial stones located in three cemeteries, plus the Casselman Family Memorial Stone and the Casselman War Memorial monument in Casselman, Cambridge Township, Russell County, Ontario. The Ste. Euphemie Roman Catholic Cemetery has the most recorded burials by far. This book includes tanscriptions of memorial stones for burials earlier than 1997. Transcriptions were completed in 1995 and 1996.
    Contents include
    • Casselman Cemeteries Access and Location Map

    • The Racine Farm Cemetery
      Concession VI, Lot 10, Cambridge Twp., Casselman. Recorded by Charlotte M. Riddell 1995. This small cemetery has variously been known as the Casselman Protestant Cemetery, the Florence Racine Farm Cemetery and now is called the Lafleche property.
    • Photo of overgrown cemetery taken in 1995
    • Cemetery Transcriptions
    • Cemetery Index (click here to browse the index)

    • The Brisson Farm Road Abandoned Protestant Cemetery
      Concession VI, Lot 10, Casselman Village, Cambridge Twp.. Recorded by Charlotte M. Riddell 1995. This small cemetery has variously been known as the Presbyterian Cemetery, then the Doran Farm Road Cemetery and currently as the Brisson Farm Road Cemetery.
    • Photo of the cemetery (1995)
    • Cemetery Transcriptions
    • Cemetery Index (click here to browse the index)

    • Ste. Euphemie Roman Catholic Cemetery
      Rue. Ste. Isidore,Casselman. Recorded 1991, Updated 1996. John Sayers, Coordinator. Typed by Catherine J. Ferguson. Assistance in memorial stone recording was given by John Havard, Don Lennox, Edward Kemmis, Philip Chaplin, Keith Johnson, Berkeley Allen, Lynn Sayers, Lee Bartley, Robert Campbell, and the Young Ladies Group, Ottawa #1 Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Rosemary Stevenson, Pauline Pallister, Elizabeth Sutherland, Lisa Hultquist, Nissa-Lynn Peterson, Mary Woolsey, Sarah Gauthier, Tracey Hultquist and Natalie Burt.
    • Cemetery∑Plot Layout (large cemetery - two pages of map/plot plans)
    • Cemetery Transcriptions
    • Cemetery Index (click here to browse the index)

    • The Casselman [family] Memorial Monument
      The Casselman [family] Memorial is located beside the War Memorial in front of the Roman Catholic church in the centre of the village of Casselman. It is believed to have been moved from the Racine Farm Cemetery. Recorded circa 1995
    • This is a single large memorial stone containing details of Col. Martin Casselman and his wife Catherine Maria Casselman, erected by their sons R.A. and Major Casselman. No Index necessary.
    • Photo of the Casselman Memorial Stone (1995)

    • The Casselman War Memorial Monument
      The war memorial is located in front of Ste. Euphemie Roman Catholic Church in the centre of the village of Casselman. Recorded circa 1995
    • Memorial stone Transcription of all names
    • Surnames of those who appear on the Casselman War Memorial: BENOIT; RACINE; FRANCOEUR; DROUIN; LUSSIER; SIROIS; ST.AMOUR; BEAUCHAMP; BOURBONNAIS; CAMPEAU; DORE; FARLEY; GRAVEL; GROLEAU; LAFLECHE; LAFRANCE; LAJEUNESSE; LAMOUREUX; LAPLANTE; LARIVIERE; LAURIN; LEGAULT; LEROUX; SABOURIN (sadly, some families lost more than one member)
    • Photo of the Casselman War Memorial Stone (1995)

    • The Former Presbyterian Church
      This building is located on Dollard Street on the corner of Brebeuf in the village of Casselman. It has been a garage,Florist shop and other retail.
    • Photograph of the Former Presbyterian Church
    • There are no recorded burials at this site

    • Notes
106 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1996
Original ISBN: 1-55075-079-8
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2021
New ISBN 978-1-77240-187-5 (coil bound edition)






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