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Saint Joseph Cemetery
North Canaan, Litchfield County, Connecticut

Lat: 42° 02' 42"N, Lon: 73° 19' 24"W

North on Rt. 44, into Canaan, and after the Union Pacific Railroad Station, turn right or NE for about 2 miles then right onto Cemetery Road. The State Police barracks is on the left side immediately before the turn onto Cemetery Road.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited May 18, 2010. Total records = 20.

Contributor's Index:

Faedi, Laura Jane Ackerman Yelsits, b. May 12, 1962, d. Apr 09, 2010, w/o Todd, Sec 3 Row 2, [AC]
Finnegan, Patrick, d. Mar 9, 1907, [LD]
Finnegan?, Catharine, d. Dec 30, 1960, [LD]
Finnegan?, Mary, d. Aug 31, 1961, [LD]
Higgins, James, d. Oct 24, 1890, age: 18yr 4mo, "Into Thy Hand O Lord I Commend My Spirit, Sweet Jesus Revive My Soul, May His Soul Rest In Peace", [LD]
Kane, Bridget, d. Feb 27, 1919, [LD]
Kane, Mary, d. Apr 26, 1914, w/o Patrick Finnegan, [LD]
Madden, Gertrude Parks, b. 1857, d. 1900, w/o Michael Madden, [LD]
Madden, Michael, b. 1848, d. 1900, [LD]
Madden, Thomas, b. 1821, d. 1851, [LD]
Riley, Norah, b. 1830, d. 1906, w/o Patrick, [LD]
Riley, Patrick, b. 1820, d. 1909, [LD]
Riley, William, b. 1856, d. 1919, [LD]
Shuckerow, ?, d. Feb 12, 1961, [LD]
Shuckerow, Ellen, d. Apr 16, 1900, age: 67yr, w/o Patrick, [LD]
Shuckerow, Mary, b. Nov 25, 1861, d. Mar 16 1946, [LD]
Shuckerow, Michael, b. Jun 03, 1865, d. Feb 11 1902, [LD]
Shuckerow, Nellie, d. Dec 2? 1951, [LD]
Shuckerow, Patrick, b. Mar 29 1858, d. Feb 4 1928, [LD]
Shuckerow, Patrick, d. Apr 23, 1894, age: 65yr, A Native of the Parish of Kenmare, County of Kerry, Ireland, [LD]

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