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Young Cemetery
Barton Twp, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada

Contributed by Gloria Pare, Oct 30, 2000 [gloriapare@sympatico.ca]. Total records = 15.

Upper Wellington Street
Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada

These are all of the burials in the Young Cemetery. There is a plaque in the cemetery which shows the family relationships and exactly who is buried there. I visited here on Sep 25, 2000 and recorded the inscriptions. There is one base without a stone which would have belonged to Davie and Jennie Young, children of David Dyer Young.

- Gloria Pare

Goodale, Nellie Luzette, b. Dec. 13, 1878, "God called her home", aged 3y 2m, d/o Joseph and Sarah M. (Young) Goodale, This inscription is mounted on a plaque by her stone and inscribed on her, stone: Happy George, early blest, Rest in peaceful slumber rest, Early rescued from the cares, Which increase with growing years
Selway, Harry W., b. 1925, d. 1955, "Loved by All", (Harry was not a family member, but a farm hand.)
Young, (George) Calvin, b. Jul 2, 1823, d. Dec 30, 1891, aged 68 ys, h/o Anna M.
Young, Alexander, b. Sep 23, 1821, d. Nov 28, 1908, h/o Hannah
Young, Anna M., b. Nov 15, 1823, d. Aug 21, 1898, aged 75 yrs, w/o Calvin Young
Young, Christina, d. Oct 25, 1890, aged 93y 1m 21ds, w/o James F. Young
Young, David E., d. Nov 8, 1925, aged 74 yrs, h/o Lucy Yeo
Young, Elizabeth, b. Nov 14, 1837, d. Dec 30, 1902, 2nd w/o Alexander Young
Young, Emma Grace, d. Nov 10, 1879, d/o David E. and Lucy Young
Young, Hannah, b. Dec 20, 1822, d. Nov 20, 1884, w/o Alexander Young
Young, James F., d. Mar 19, 1884, aged 84y 6m 11ds, h/o Christina
Young, Lucy (Yeo), d. Aug 22, 1907, aged 56 ys, w/o David E. Young
Young, Martha Louise, d. Oct 13, 1886, d/o David E. and Lucy Young

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