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Irish Heritage Day of Saint-Colomban
On Saturday, August 29th 2015, Saint-Colomban celebrated their 1st “Irish Heritage Day of Saint-Colomban” – This full day of activities was in honor of the Irish roots of Saint-Colomban. Visit our new Photo Gallery for photos of the event. More details about this special event are availabe on our Discussion Forum or the event Facebook page.
Grave Markers in St. Columban
After many months of research, by Kelley O'Rourke, we will soon be posting a great deal more information here about the Irish settlers that were buried in The St. Columban Cemetery. Check out the first of this research under Photos and Inscriptions of Broken Grave Markers below.
- View Photos and Inscriptions of the Broken Grave Markers
- View Our Current Photos of Grave Markers
- Terminology commonly used on grave markers in the past
- Date Calculator Tool
Note: It is important to note that the birth dates and death dates can vary two to three days because often the baptismal day and burial day are recorded rather than the actual birth date and day of death. The only sure way of verifying is to check the original document.
Please contact: email@example.com we can check our database for you.
Or visit the Archives Nationale du Quebec:
The microfilms are located at:
Archives Nationale du Quebec
535, avenue Viger Est.
Montreal, QC H2L 2P3
Missing headstone section: Individuals buried in the cemetery without a headstone
Index: All individuals buried in the cemetery (A list of every individual buried in the cemetery)