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Cleveland Cemetery
Barnston, Stanstead County, Quebec

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Sep 08, 2007 . Total records = 16.

From the town of Barnston take Route 141 East toward Ayer's Cliff. Take the first left which is Madore Road. Then take the first left on this road which is a cul de sac named Martineau Road. The cemetery is opposite a farmhouse and near the road.

This old cemetery is the final resting place of the some of the area's earliest settlers. The stones have been removed from their original plots and placed in a cement base in a rectangular fashion. There is little upkeep needed as a result of this.

Susan Nutbrown and I read this cemetery on Sep 08, 2007 and recorded all monuments.

- Leslie Nutbrown

s/w = shares a stone with

Adams, Charlie, d. 7 Sep 1862, son of George & Abigail
Adams, George, d. 4 Apr 1867, age: 33y 7m
Baldwin, Zilpha, b. 23 Nov 1810, d. 15 Dec 1853, s/w & wife of Levi Cleveland
Cleveland, Alice Delphine, d. 1854, daughter of William & Sarah
Cleveland, Charles W., d. Nov 1854, age: 12y, son of William & Sarah
Cleveland, Levi, b. 24 Feb 1814, d. 28 Oct 1900, s/w & husband of Zilpha Baldwin
Cleveland, Norman, d. 22 Nov 1892, age: 7y 22d, son of William & Sarah
Cleveland, Ruth, b. 1808, d. 1829, s/w Vestor Cleveland
Cleveland, Vester, b. 1778, d. 1855, settled here in 1801, s/w & husband of Relief Converse
Converse, Relife, b. 1783, d. 1853, s/w & wife of Vestor Cleveland
Hanson, Walter, d. 23 Apr 1831, age: 11m 3d, son of Micajah & C. A.
Miner, Franklin, b. 26 Oct 1833, d. 27 Dec 1901
Miner, Polly, d. 17 Oct 1866, age: 68y, wife of Simeon Miner
Miner, Simeon A., no dates
Miner, Wallace J., no dates
Sabins, Hulda, d. 14 Jan 1858, age: 51y 11m, wife of Calvin S. Adam

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