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Bethel Cemetery
Bethel, Shefford County, Quebec

Contributed by Joan Cruickshank, Jul 07, 2007 . Total records = 14.

This tiny cemetery is snuggled amongst some overgrown trees and bush at the intersection of Route 222 north, out of Valcourt, Quebec, and Bethel Road. It could easily be missed because there is no mention of any cemetery being there.

This small cemetery, dating back to the 1800s. Most of the 11 existing headstones are in poor condition which made reading them very difficult. However, the cemetery itself was well maintained.

I walked this cemetery in June of 2007, and transcribed from the stones to the best of my ability.

- Joan Cruickshank


b. = born
d. = died
w/o = wife of
s/w = stone with

Bartlett, Ira, d. 1 Oct 1865, age 71y 5m 4d
Bartlett, Maria Collison, stone broken
Bartlett, Susan Huntington, d. 4 Jul 1865, age 73y 5m 26d, w/o Ira
Bartlett, Sylvia Parker, d. 1 Apr 1862, age 34 yrs, w/o W.
Hodgson, Adeline, d. 19 May 184?, age 87 yrs, s/w Richard, Mary, & Sophia
Hodgson, Ann Building, d. 19 May 1860, age 32 yrs, w/o George
Hodgson, George, d. 22 Feb 1890, age 69y 10m
Hodgson, Mary, illegible, s/w Richard, Sophia, & Adeline
Hodgson, Richard, illegible, s/w Mary, Sophia, & Adeline
Hodgson, Sophia, illegible, s/w Richard, Mary, & Adeline
Jamieson, Thomas, d. 4 May 1887, age 36 yrs
Paton, ??, d. 22 Mar 1875
Paton, Thomas, stone broken
Smith, Amanda Bartlett, b. 2 Nov 1814, d. 5 May 1890, w/o Charles

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