Calling all Lanark Geneologists for any information please!

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Update-Thanks to Claudia Tait we found it.

King Cemetery

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George Allen Chenier Sr. emailed me a few days ago and is wondering about a certain grave in the Lanark Highlands. This is what he wrote:

“Just a bit north of where we live back here in the Lanark Highlands, there is a lot of community forest and this is where I found an interesting grave sight. It appears as if maybe the township may have taken care of this over the years. It has a falling down rail fence surrounding it and a white metal gate and one lone head stone that reads”:

 

JAMES KING

DIED JAN. 22, 1895 AT 79 YEARS

BELOW IT SAYS, AND HIS CHILDREN

JOHN APRIL 24,1850

WILLIAM APRIL 8, 1862

ALEXANDER SEPT. 21, 1866

PETER SEPT. 26, 1866

MARGARET FEB. 26, 1871

I found this to be very interesting because of the location, and the years, I am curious to know. Thank you.

Anyone have an information?

Thanks

You can always count on the members of the Lanark  County Genealogy Society.

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3 responses »

  1. Linda

    Can you ask Mr. Chenier the original township, Concession and lot # the graves are found on. This will help a lot since Lanark Highlands is an amalgamated township and the burial site could be just about anywhere.

    Thank you Karen Prytula

    On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 6:51 PM, lindaseccaspina wrote:

    > lindaseccaspina posted: ” George Allen Chenier Sr. emailed me a few days > ago and is wondering about a certain grave in the Lanark Highlands. This is > wh

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