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Child Cemetery
Baldwin Mills, Stanstead County, Quebec

Lat: 45° 02' 39"N, Lon: 71° 52' 50"W

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Oct 25, 2007 . Total records = 6.

From the village of Baldwin Mills, take Cabana Street toward Coaticook. After about 2km watch for a white house on your right (number 2515) with a long driveway. The cemetery is in back of this property in the woods.

Visitors will need to stop at the above property and get permission from the owner to visit the cemetery. The owners are most obliging. The cemetery cannot be seen from the road or their house as it is in a clearing in the woods and is about a 5 minute walk. Keep a bit left and you should find it.

The cemetery is very small with only a few headstones but it does have a fence and a gate and is maintained by the Barnston Heritage Cemetery Corporation. There are a few markers and field stones as well which likely indicates a few more burials here.

I visited and read this cemetery on Oct 22, 2007 and made a complete recording of all legible tombstones.

- Leslie Nutbrown

Child, Abbie M., b. 12 Jun 1830, d. 14 Sep 1899, wife of Rufus Hill
Child, Betsey, b. 10 Jan 1824, d. 1 May 1903, daughter of Samuel & Nancy
Child, Mary, d. 12 Apr 1875, age: 59y, daughter of Samuel & Nancy
Child, Samuel, d. 20 Jun 1878, age: 91y 3m 23d
Drew, Nancy, d. 18 Mar 1877, age: 91y 8m 22d, wife of Samuel Child
Hill, Lester A., d. 3 Mar 1873, age: 2y 1m 8d, son of Rufus & Abbie

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