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Libby Cemetery
Compton County, Quebec

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Libby Cemetery, Milby, QC

GPS: 45.286617, -71.831329

Route Louis-S.-Saint-Laurent
Milby, Quebec, J1M 0C1
Canada

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown [mail], Apr 18, 2006, last updated May 10, 2020
Total records: 13

Driving Directions

From the town of Compton take Route 147 North a few miles. As you start to go down the hill, keep an eye out for the cemetery on the left side of the road. If coming from Lennoxville, take 143 to 147 and continue past Milby. The cemetery will be on the right side of the hill near the top.

Cemetery History

This burying ground is in the area known by old timers as Libby Hill. Today there is a busy highway and no place to park along it so one would have to drive into a farmer's yard and walk the short distance to the cemetery.

There is only one monument. All the names are inscribed on it. (The name on the sign is Libbey and the monument Libby). It is fenced and has a sign and gate but really no access road.

Cemetery Records

Records below were transcribed from the lone monument in the cemetery by Leslie Nutbrown in April 2006, with a re-visit April 2020. Addition records were taken from local church records.

Legend: CR = church record


Brown, Jennie, b. 1863, d. 1883, wife of Wesley Libby
Libby, Benjamin (Dr.), d. 7 Oct 1858, aged 81y 6m 22d
Libby, Climena b. 1812, d. 1902
Libby, Elgiva b. 1810, d. 1899
Libby, Elizabeth b. 1828, d. 1879, wife of William P. Libby
Libby, George b. 1864, d. 1879
Libby, Grace b. 1866, d. 1879
Libby, Mark D., 23 Dec 1914, aged 67y 11m (CR)
Libby, Selah P., d. 25 May 1868, aged 18y 1m, son of William & Elizabeth
Libby, Selina d. 10 Jan 1932, wife of Mark Libby (CR)
Libby, Susan d. 28 Dec 1861, aged 74y 8m, wife of Dr. Benjamin Libby
Libby, Wesley b. 1856, d. 1877
Libby, William P., d. 8 Jun 1874, aged 58 yrs

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