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Waterloo, Shefford County, Quebec
Saint-Bernardin Cemetery, Waterloo, QC
GPS: 45.34086, -72.52227
Rue du Cimetière
Waterloo, QC J0E 2N0
From Montreal or Sherbrooke, take autoroute 10 to the Waterloo exit. You can also follow route 112 from Sherbrooke to Magog, Eastman, South Stukely and Waterloo. From route 112 in town turn left on route 241 (Lewis Street) crossing a short bridge. The second street on your left will be rue du Cimetière which is a narrow lane leading to the cemetery.
This area was in Shefford County until the counties were dissolved and replaced by MRC's. Now it is part of La Haute-Yamaska in the Montérégie region.
This Catholic parish was created in 1865. It is a mix of old and new and a mix of English and French Canadians. It covers a wide area and runs along a section of Lake Waterloo.
Records published below were transcribed from monument inscriptions by Leslie and Susan Nutbrown during a visit to the cemetery in 2020. Also included are 837 burials transcribed from church records for graves without monuments.
Legend: (CR) = church records
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