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Caswellboro Cemetery
Stanstead, Stanstead County, Quebec

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Oct 02, 2004, last edited Apr 09, 2007 . Total records = 14.

Location: from the town of Stanstead, take Fairfax Road, then Stage Road, then Smith Road, then Pare Road. It is only a few miles from Stanstead.

This cemetery is situated among farming country and most of the burials are marked by simple stones or slabs without markings. There are no recent burials and less than a dozen headstones.

The Cemetery is a division of Crystal Lake Cemetery Company. It seems to have been used mostly from 1850-1903.

Susan Nutbrown and I made visits to this cemetery on Oct 02, 2004, as we did a complete recording of all existing and legible stones.

- Leslie Nutbrown

Bryant, Charles, b. 3 Oct 1840, d. 28 Jan 1879
Hartwell, Daniel, b. 1794 in Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire, England d. 1867 (no headstone)
Hartwell, Mary Ann Digby, b. 15 Apr 1830, d. 5 Nov 1888, wife of Edmond Hartwell
Hartwell, Myrtle L.Danforth, d. 25 Jan 1908, age: 28yrs, wife of Frank F. Hartwell
Hastings, Norman M., d. 3 Apr 1872, age: 3y 10m, son of J.H. & S.E. Hastings
Lyon, Emiley Worth, b. 6 May 1825, d. 29 Oct 1894, wife of George Lyon
Lyon, George, b. ? Oct 1825, d. 30 May 1884, born in Glasgow Scotland
Lyon, William L., b. 9 Oct 1848, d. 10 Jun 1896, age: 48yrs
Morrill, Harriet M.Currier, b. 23 Jan 1823 Sandwich, NH, d. 22 Apr 1903, age: 79y 10m, wife of Jerry Morrill
Morrill, Jerry B., b. 24 Jan 1819 Stanstead, Que, d. 7 Jun 1901 Barnston, Que, 82y 4m 14d
Rowe, Kittie, d. 4 Feb 1894, age: 3 wks 3d
Webster, Elizabeth A., d. 6 Oct 1869, age: 19y 6m, dau of John & Nancy Webster
Worth, Jacob, d. 16 Jul 1864, age: 66yrs
Yardley, Sarah, b. 1795 in Byfield, Northamptonshire, England d. 1884, wife of Daniel Hartwell (no headstone)

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