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Tingwick, Arthabaska County, Quebec
Saint-Patrice Cemetery, Tingwick, QC
Chemin de St Rémi
Tingwick, QC J0A 1L0
To get to Tingwick follow Craig Road from Danville. In Tingwick turn right onto Chemin de Saint-Rémi. The cemetery is a short distance on this road on your right.
Tingwick is a rural village in farm country in the original Township of Tingwick. After the counties were changed to Regional County Municipalities, Tingwick became part of Centre-du-Québec MRC.
The Catholic Parish of Saint-Patrice was founded in 1857 and the first cemetery opened at that time near the church. In 1896 a new cemetery was created and it is presumed the bodies were removed to this new cemetery.
There is a mix of French and Irish Catholics interred in this cemetery. In the early days there was a strong Irish population but today the area is almost all French Canadian.
Records below were transcribed by Leslie & Susan Nutbrown from tombstone inscriptions during a visit to the cemetery in 2020. An additional 1,156 records came from church records for burials without tombstones ranging from 1857-1940.
(CR) = church record
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