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Harrison Cemetery
Onondaga Township, Brant County, Ontario, Canada

14 New England School Road, Onondaga Township.

Contributed by Murray Fair, May 26, 2009, last edited Jul 20, 2009 [murrayfair@rogers.com]. Total records = 4.

To find this cemetery, begin at Cainsville, Highway 2 & 53, travel east approximately 2 kms, watch for McBay Road and make a right turn, continue south on McBay Road for approximately 3 kms. Just past the Painter Road intersection, keep right on to Big Creek Road for a short distance, then turn left on the New England School Road and go to number 14, a farm property on the east side of the road. The cemetery is located on a large hill east of the farm buildings on private property.

You are advised to ask permission from the land owner to walk across the property before going to the cemetery. Do not trespass.

This cemetery is inactive and has been for many years. It is overgrown with trees and lilac bushes. The tombstones are broken and I was able to read four only. There are a few pieces of stones strewn about. It is quite possible that there are unmarked graves there. According to the Brant County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society this cemetery is under the jurisdiction of the Corporation of Brant County.

I visited this cemetery on May 20th, 2009, read and recorded the tombstones that could be read to complete the transcription process.

- Murray Fair

??, Mahalath Ann, no other details, broken stone
Harrison, ?m, d. 8 Jun 1871, age: 34yr 4da, broken stone
Harrison, Mary Ann, d. 10 Jul 1849, age: 49yr, w/o Wm. Harrison
Harrison, William, d. 28 Jan 1877, age: 76yr

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