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Sainte-Agathe Cemetery, Quebec
Sainte-Agathe, Lotbiniere County, Quebec
GPS: 46.3821, -71.4088
The municipality of Sainte-Agathe in the former township of Nelson is presently in the MRC of Lotbinière in the Chaudière-Appalache region. The town is situated at the junction of routes 271 and 218. The cemetery is behind the church.
The registers of this Catholic parish began in 1857, but between 1853 and 1857 it was part of the mission of Saint Gilles. The territory of this parish detached from Saint-Gilles in 1857. In the early days this area had a lot of Irish Catholics but today it is mostly French Canadians who live here.
Records linked below were transcribed from monument inscriptions and church records by Leslie and Susan Nutbrown in 2020. Church records from 1857 to 1939 were examined for this transcriptions which yielded 950 records of persons who were buried without monuments.
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