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Sainte Anne Cemetery
Danville, Richmond County, Quebec

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Sainte Anne Cemetery, Danville, QC

GPS: 45.78426, -72.01938

114 Rue Daniel Johnson
Danville, QC, Canada

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown , Sep 25, 2006, last revised October 10, 2020.
Total records = 4,343

Sainte Anne Cemetery is part of Church of Sainte Anne, Danville, QC.

Driving Directions

The town of Danville is located just off route 116 between Richmond and Victoriaville. From Richmond, follow route 116 North for about 18km. At the first light on route 116, turn right into Danville. You will see Sainte Anne Church on your right. Turn into the churchyard as the cemetery is right in back of the church.

Cemetery History

This Catholic Cemetery was established about 1865 when the church was founded. It is maintained by the church and is fenced with several gates. It is flat and in good condition with a large parking area. There are quite a few English speaking Catholics buried here and many of them were born in Ireland.

Cemetery Records

Records below were transcribed from tombstone inscriptions and church records by Leslie and Susan Nutbrown. Tombstone inscriptions were initially recorded during visits in 2006 and 2018. Over 1,150 burials records were compiled from church records. Many of these persons have no monuments in the cemetery. Church record entries are denoted by (CR).

s/w= sealed with or shares a stone with
(CR) = church records

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