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Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

E. Larocque (View posts)
Posted: 24 Aug 2001 1:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Larocque, Roy, Guindon
Hi,

Would like to find out the "name of the person" who is responsible for the Cache Bay R.C. Cemetery Office.

I have written to the general address twice in the past few years and have not received any reply regarding family members who are buried there.

Thanks for your help.

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Posted: 30 Aug 2001 10:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 May 2004 6:57AM GMT
Surnames: Fraser,Fike,Fyke, Stewart, Ritchie, Vermette
I do not know the address, but the following website, has the pictures of the stones showing the words.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~murrayp/sturgeon/ca...

I would also suggest if you are looking for earlier burials to contact the Roman Catholic Church in Cache Bay for burial records.

Are you also aware that Cache Bay is now part of the Town of West Nipissing & possibly the records have been moved, maybe to Sturgeon Falls.

I myself have family in Cache Bay: Fraser

And have been researching the following lines in there:
Fraser, Fike/Fyke, Stewart, Ritchie, Vermette

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

E. Larocque (View posts)
Posted: 30 Aug 2001 11:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Wanda,

Thanks for your reply.

I know about the website, and it is excellent. Unfortunately, in my case, it isn't of much use, as the ancestors I am researching (Larocque, Roy and Guindon), were buried in the Cache Bay RC Cemetery "without" headstones. Therefore, I need the information contained in the cemetery records.

My relatives lived in the Cache Bay/Verner/Warren/Sturgeon Falls areas.

I also wrote to the priest in charge of Ste-Therese d'Avila Church in Cache Bay. He answered my letter and phoned me as well. Unfortunately, the Church records contained very little information (his words).

I was hoping someone on the message board a resident perhaps, would know the name of the person in charge of the cemetery office, making communication a little more personal. I wrote to the office twice, sending all the data/funeral cards, etc., that I had available, including a SASE, and did not even receive the courtesy of a reply.

Anyway, I'll keep trying.

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Posted: 30 Aug 2001 11:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 May 2004 6:57AM GMT
What years are you looking for in the burial records?

You are aware that the Ontario Vital Statistics are located at the Archives of Ontario (and can be order in to your local LDS Family History Centre) for the following years:
Births - 1869-1904
Marriages - 1869 - 1919
Deaths - 1869-1929 (parents names are listed after 1908)

The LDS FHC also has the parish records for Ste-Therese d'Avila Church upto 1910.

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Posted: 24 Jul 2002 7:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Stewart/Small
Hi Wanda,

I was wondering if we might tie in re: Stewarts of Cache Bay...I am a Small and two of my Small's married Stewarts of Cache Bay...Duncan and Alfred J. Stewart..they were children of Duncan Stewart and Mary "Minnie" Ranger...

Please contact me if we have a connection...

brulou1@sympatico.ca

Louise Cameron (Small)

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Posted: 26 Jul 2002 2:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 May 2004 6:57AM GMT
Surnames: STEWART, FIKE, RITCHIE, FRASER
Louise

My Stewart's are William Paul Stewart who married Lydia Fike (married first to Elroy Ritchie, my great-grandparents) and his brother Dave Stewart who married (Lydia's sister) Jane Fike.

But I think Alfred Stewart was a friend of the family (possibly to my grandfather, George Fraser), as I have a couple of pictures of Alfred Stewart & either family or friends standing in front of the tenaments in Cache Bay.

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Posted: 26 Jul 2002 2:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: STEWART
Small world...
There is a lawyer here in town (Sturgeon Falls) who is a Stewart but not related to my Stewarts as far I as know...he is with a cousin of mine on the Small side of my family..maybe he is in your line...

Alfred's wife Myrtle is still alive and lives at the nursing home here also...

Any chance of getting a copy of that picture?

Thanks for your reply Wanda,

Louise

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Lori (View posts)
Posted: 31 Aug 2004 2:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
i have some larocque's in my file from field, or at least the records made it to field also crystall falls. what are the names of the deceased and approx. when did they die. i go to the lds fairly regularly and heading there tomorrow.

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

Ed (View posts)
Posted: 2 Sep 2004 4:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Lori,

Many thanks for your reply and offer of assistance.

Specifically, I'm trying to find death and burial details for my great-grandmother SOPHIE GUINDON, who died somewhere between 1920-1923, and is, no doubt, buried in Cache Bay. I know nothing about her, or when she was born. She is somewhat of a mystery woman to the family.

Her husband, THIMOTHEE HYPOLITE ROY, died 22 June 1923 in Cache Bay, and was buried on 24 June 1923, in Cache Bay RC Cemetery. This data was supplied by the church in Cache Bay, but they had nothing on my great-grandmother.

Unfortunately, there is no headstone, which could have helped. I guess money for such things was hard to come by for them.

Anything you might come up with, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Ed

Re: Person in Charge of Cache Bay Cemetery Office

lori (View posts)
Posted: 2 Sep 2004 3:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
well, with that information i can try a couple of things. i think our local lds might has microfilm for cache bay. also i can check our library here. they have a set of books with rc marriages. no guarantees mind you but i'll give it a try for you and let you know one way or the other if it pans out.
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