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St. Johnís (Chrisostom), Malloch Road Municipal Cemetery, Arnprior, McNab Township, Renfrew County, Ontario
Recorded and indexed by Dolores M. Allen & Brenda Holtz
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1998
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2020


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This book includes includes complete information transcribed from the memorial stones located in St. Johnís (Chrisostom) Cemetery, Malloch Road, Arnprior, Concession XIII, Lot 7, McNab Township, Renfrew County, Ontario. They were transcribed during the summer of 1993. That means that all burials that are recorded in this book are from before 1994.

This Renfrew County cemetery is second in size only to St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Cemetery in the town of Renfrew. It was originally attached to Chrisostom Church on Albert Street in Arnprior but when the Roman Catholic cemetery on Highway 29 was flooded by Centennial Lake in 1972, the graves were moved to this site and the cemetery became known as the Malloch Road Municipal cemetery - a non-denominational burial ground.

It is reached by River Road and can be seen from the railway overpass just at the edge of the town of Arnprior. Just before going over the overpass, Malloch Road is on your right. Proceed about .5 Km. and the first entry road to the cemetery is on your left in a grove of mature pine trees. Another entry is a bit further on at the top of a slight rise.

Contents include
  • St. John's Cemetery History and Location
  • St. John's Cemetery Main Layout
  • Section 'A'
  • Section 'B'
  • Section 'C'
  • Section 'D'
  • Section 'E'
  • Section 'F'
  • Section 'G'
  • Section 'H'
  • Section 'I'
  • Section 'J'
  • Section 'K'
  • Section 'L'
  • Index (click here to browse the index)
  • Notes
142 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1998
Original ISBN: 0-7779-0119-6
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2020
New ISBN 978-1-77240-169-1 (coil bound edition)






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