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Re: St Francois du Lac cemetery - Repurposed graves - Question

Posted: 26 Dec 2012 9:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gagean dit LaFleur, Cournoyer, St-Germain
You know, your post made me revisit this question. I can't recall where I heard that but just thinking about the ancestors - I don't know about you but my farmers and day laborers probably couldn't afford headstones. Many of the earliest immigrants to NH (1880-1900 or so) are buried in NH but not recorded on the more recent headstones. The state certificate says that's where they were buried, but there's no stone. I've been told and also have seen some metal markers and wooden markers, and they just wouldn't hold up in the elements. So maybe the bodies are there - decomposed and others later buried right there. I googled a bit and couldn't find anything definitive, but I will keep looking.
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Jancc 7 Mar 2009 1:40AM GMT 
chipsahoy53 22 Mar 2009 3:45AM GMT 
ikeagrrl 11 May 2012 5:52PM GMT 
mindfoggs2 3 Dec 2012 5:28PM GMT 
ikeagrrl 26 Dec 2012 4:19PM GMT 
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