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BOOK - Dalesville Public Cemetery, Chatham Township, Argenteuil County, Quebec
By Jean Mott nee Gunn, Clarence X. Dodd
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1982
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2021


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The Dalesville Public. Cemetery is located on Lot 16, Range 10, Chatham Township, Argenteuil County, Province of Quebec, approximately 90 miles (144 Kilometers) from Ottawa-Hull. The land for the cemetery was given by John McGibbon sometime soon after 1820. The earliest burial recorded in this book is dated 1831. The most recent burial mentioned is dated 1981

The first section of this book includes transcriptions of the informaton engraved on memorials stones in Dalesville Public Cemetery, Chatham Township, Argenteuil County, Quebec recorded during the summers of 1971 & 1980. Includes an Index (see below for a link to the Index)

The second section in this book includes records transcribed from several broken and scattered stones that was recorded in the late 1930s and rechecked in 1980. Many if not most of those broken stones were missing by 1980. The compilers list infortaion from the stones that survived in 1930s, and also which of those stones still remained in 1980. Includes an Index (see below for a link to the Index)

The third section details vital records from surviving burial records for which there is no surviving grave marker. Includes an Index (see below for a link to the Index)

The fourth section is REMARKS which details some genealogical information on others buried in Dalesville Cemetery as well as a list of stones that were in the cemetery in 1971 but missing by 1980. The final section is not indexed but includes the surnames: Gunn, Patric, Calder, Murdoch, Barrows, Robinson, Stewart, Brown, McArthur, Werson.

This book is a facsimile reprint of the original book published in 1982. No additional or new information has been added since 1982.

Contents include
  • Introduction
  • Map of the area around the cemetery including locations of other nearby cemeteries
  • Plot map with numbering of individual burials in the cemetery
  • Transcriptions of all stones that remain standing (as of 1980)
  • Nominal Index of standing stones (cross referenced Name to plot number) Click here to browse the Index to standing stones
  • Transcriptions of scattered and broken memorial stones located behind a maintenance building, recorded by A. & C. Murdoch in the late 1930s or early 1940s. C. X. Dodd records those that remained in 1980.
  • Nominal Index of scattered and broken memorial stones Click here to browse the Index to of scattered and broken memorial stones
  • Details for some buried with no memorial stones surviving, but recorded as buried in the Dalesville Cemetery, taken from the records of the Dalesville Baptist Cemetery plus a few "recent" burials (1971-1981)
  • Nominal Index to burials with no stones Click here to browse the Index to burials with no stones
  • Remarks: Includes more genealogical information on some individuals interred at Dalesville Public Cemetery plus a list of stones that were transcribed in 1971 but were missing by 1980. Those named in the reamarks section do not appear in the Indexes. Those surnames recorded in the Remarks section include Gunn, Patric, Calder, Murdoch, Barrows, Robinson, Stewart, Brown, McArthur, Werson (some entries include several family members of that surname).
40 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Indexes (3)
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1982
Original ISBN: (none on record)
This reprint published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2021
New ISBN 978-1-77240-180-6 (coil bound edition)







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