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The historical county of Wolfe is located in the eastern part of the province of Quebec, Canada. It was named after General James Wolfe, the British commander who famously led the capture of Quebec City from the French in 1759. Wolfe County was officially created in 1855, and it included several smaller townships and municipalities. The county was eventually dissolved in 1981, and its territory was merged with other counties to form the regional municipality of Le Val-Saint-Fran├žois.

Wolfe County has a rich history, and its cemeteries are an important part of that heritage. There are many cemeteries scattered throughout the county, and they offer a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived there over the years. Some of the oldest cemeteries in Wolfe County date back to the 19th century, and they contain the graves of early settlers, soldiers, and prominent community members.

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