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New Boston Cemetery
Stanstead County, Quebec

Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Jul 18, 2005 . Total records = 10.

From the town of Stanstead, take Fairfax Road to Stage Road. Continue on Stage Road for several miles which will become gravel as are the subsequent roads. Then follow Smith Road for several miles. At the junction of Smith and Beaulac, take Beaulac, or alternatively you could continue on Smith which will end up at Beaulac anyway. A stone's throw from this second junction of Smith and Beaulac lies little New Boston Cemetery on your right.

This quaint little cemetery is just a small square plot of fenced and mowed land in the woods. It is maintained by the Crystal Lake Cemetery Corporation and all stones are legible with dates ranging from 1851-1893 so it appears to have been used for about forty years.

I walked and read this cemetery in July of 2005.

- Leslie Nutbrown

Kennerson, Albridge G., d. 7 Mar 1853, age: 2y 2m, son of Marston & Sarah Ann
Kennerson, Leonard C., d. 7 Mar 1853, age: 5y 9m, son of Marston & Sarah Ann
Kenneson, Elizabeth A., d. 17 Mar 1851, age: 21y 8m
Kenneson, John., d. 20 Jan 1872, age: 79yrs
Kenneson, Lydia., d. 23 Feb 1880, age: 86yrs, wife of John Kenneson
Kenneson, Mary L., d. 7 Nov 1858, age: 18y 5m, dau of John & Lydia
Martin, Allen, b. 19 Jan 1810, d. 8 Sep 1893, s/w & husband of Hannah May Martin
Martin, Hannah May, b. 12 Apr 1810, d. 20 Sep 1851, s/w & wife of Allen Martin
Martin, Martha A., b. 8 Jun 1838, d. 8 Sep 1855, s/w Allen & Hannah
Martin, Mary J., b. 25 May 1834, d. 28 Sep 1855, s/w Allen & Hannah

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