Sunday, 17 November 2013

What's New- week of Nov 17th, News of a difference this week,

News of a difference this week, What's New Oct 17th, 

Today be thankful and think how rich you are. Your family is priceless, your time is gold and your health is wealth.

1--  UEL -- Lieut John Cameron Cemetery -- Corn 4C N6

just received this update on the Lieut John Cameron Cemetery of McConnell Rd Cornwall twp from Chris & Debbie Cameron
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Lieut John Cameron Cemetery, cornwall twp, cemeteries, gravestones
Gravestone of Lieut John Cameron  
Good evening folks, hoping all is well with you .

Thanks again for your interest in this Heritage site.
Cleanup remains underway about half way through, There has been one delicate matter requiring gardeners hands, the iron fence of which has been buried amongst the weeds needs gentle persuasion, hoping there will be volunteers for this. 

I plan to finish cleanup this fall ,and possibly mark the graveyards borders.
During the fall and winter there will require much research and with the hope of a meeting on the horizon .
Steve Cameron from Green valley remains interested in having a meeting within a couple of months . He as well as his wife Joannehas done extensive research on this site , I'm looking forward as there will be much to learn form this heritage site.
There is a facebook address on this site, I encourage you to take a look ,and are welcome to provide and share information about the graveyard.
Restoration of Abandoned Cemeteries, Camerons Family, Fetterly ie.
Thanks for your interest , Please take the time to pass this around to interested peoples.
Take care
Christopher Cameron  
ricodeb @

 We are looking for Facebook administrators! if you are Facebook saavy and would like to participate in Museum activities, send us a message! I need someone to administrate this page, and coordinate with the committee on events and happens. let us know if you are interested.

3-- Received this query recently
Name: Joan Chadbourn

E-mail: joanchadbourn @

surnames: Maxville Protestant Cemetery

Date: 11/12/13

query: Hello

I grew up in Maxville ON and would like to know when the Maxville Protestant cemetery was started?? Are there pages I can buy from you about the people who are buried there??

I am researching my 4 grandparents- Blaney and Smyth from N. Ireland and Macdonald and Benton from Scotland. They all came to ON  1820- 1844 and lived in Prescott county and Russell county. All of them moved to or near Maxville in the early 1900s. I am interested in Neil Macdonald who is buried in Cornwall. How would I find out where??

All the best, Joan,
4-- Carved in Stone Doesn't Mean Correct   from Genealogy tip of the day  click link

take care and God Bless
Alex W Fraser 1-866-517-2113
jars924 @
Courtenay, BC

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