We were there last summer and just looked at the photo again. The cemetery is right next to the church, a traditional church graveyard. However, if you're looking for something over 100 years ago, it may be gone. They "refresh" the cemeteries when no one pays on the plot anymore to make way for the lately departed. I was astonished at how small the cemeteries were for such a long usage. Unlike the US, where they buy more land and create annexes or new cemeteries, they just repurpose the one they have. The good news in this is that we have the wonderful Drouin records.