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BOOK - St. Matthew’s Anglican Church Cemetery - Grenville Village, Grenville Township, Argenteuil County, Quebec
Recorded by Samuel David Dodd and Clarence X. Dodd, 1977
Checked by Lily M. Dodd, Barbara Laliberté, Hélène Laliberté, 1978
Compiled and Indexed by Clarence X. Dodd, 1979
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1979
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2021

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St. Matthew's Church and cemetery are situated a few hundred feet from the Grenville Military Canal (now mostly submerged since the reconstruction of the Carillon Dam) and a few hundred yards from the Ottawa River where the Long Sault rapids once originated.

The earliest burial recorded in this book is 3rd March 1821. The most recent burial included in this book was in 1978. This book is a re-keyed reprint of the original book published in 1979. No additional or new information has been added since 1979.

Contents include
  • Introduction
    • Location and access
    • Condition of stones/cemetery [1979]
    • Historical sketches [borrows heavily from the book by Cyrus Thomas, History of the Counties of Argenteuil and Prescott published 1896, reprinted by GHP 1999]
      • Anglican Church
      • Presbyterian Church
      • Royal Staff Corps
  • Key to potographs
  • Photographs (4)
  • Map of the area surounding the cemetery
  • Plot map with numbering of individual burials in the cemetery
  • Inscriptions of all stones (as of 1977)
  • Nominal Index (cross referenced Name to plot number) Click here to browse the Index
34 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1979
Original ISBN: (none on record)
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2021
New ISBN 978-1-77240-181-3 (coil bound edition)

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