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BOOK - Huntley United Cemetery, West Huntley Township, Carleton County, Ontario
Transcribed by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1986, updated 1999
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018

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This book includes transcriptions of the names and information engraved on all of the surviving gravestones in the Huntley United Cemetery, Concession III, Lot 6, West Huntley Township, Carleton County, Ontario. The memorial stones were first transcribed in 1986, then an update was performed by Dolly Allen in 1999.

First recorded in July, 1986 by Eulalie and James Cox, and Dorothy and Gordon Olmstead and published as Ottawa Branch Publication 86-20. The publication was updated by Dolly Allen in 1999 and then published as Ottawa Branch Publication 99-08. This new edition by Global Heritage Press 2018 includes all updates.

This cemetery was originally Methodist, begun in 1850 although no records are known to exist prior to 1960, other than the tombstones themselves, and there are probably many more burials here than records show. There was a small white frame building on the site of the present vault, however it burned in the fire of 1870 and was rebuilt in 1873, and finally demolished in 1929.

In 1925 it became a United Cemetery. Before 1850, most Methodists used the Christ Church on Con. 2 just up the road or else in Goulbourn. The oldest stone noted is for a burial taking place in 1841.

The information is provided exactly as it appears on the stone, and where data appears on more than one stone-face, a space is left in the recording.

The grounds measure almost 3 acres, and are very well maintained

Contents include: 35 Pages
8.5 X 11"
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1986, updated 1999
Original 1988 ISBN (no record), 1999 ISBN 0-7779-1478-6
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2018
New ISBN 978-1-77240-103-5 (Coilbound edition)

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