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Clinton Cemetery transcriptions and/or photos

Clinton Cemetery transcriptions and/or photos

Posted: 1359136371000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Reid, Baines, Bell

A number of my father's relatives are from the Clinton, Hullett, Auburn, Huron county area. I have no idea where they might be buried. Saw these entries today and thought someone might be able to help. Some of the names are: James Wallace Reid & wife Sarah Helen(nee Baines), John Melrose Bell,and David Ernest Bell. Do anyone have information on Goderich cemeteries?
Regards and thanks,

Re: Clinton Cemetery transcriptions and/or photos

Posted: 1359338026000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1359380846000
Surnames: Reid, Baines, Bell, Melrose, Thompson, Gibbs
From the Maitland Cemetery in Goderich:
James W. Reid 1895 - 1978 h/w Sarah E. Baines 1897 - 1984

From the Colborne Cemetery:
Section F - 36:
David Bell 1828 - 1865 h/w Agnes Melrose 1830 - 1888
their daughter Jane 1864 (no other info)

John M. Bell 1861 - 1922 h/w Isabella Thompson 1863 - 1911
their infant daughter Aletha (no dates)

James Bell 1798 - 1876
his sisters Jane 1793 - 1863
Mary 1800 - 1882

Richard Gibbs 1861 - 1918

Hope this helps

Re: Clinton Cemetery transcriptions and/or photos

Posted: 1359344814000
Classification: Query
Dear Jim,

Thank you so much for the information on my family members. While I knew that Great-Aunt Sarah and Great-Uncle Jim were alive at the time of my wedding in 1974 I had no idea until your kind response when they had passed. Might I ask where the Colborne cemetery is located? I am hoping to find someone who would be able to take pictures. At some point I also want to try and get some pictures of the homes of my relatives if they are still standing. Thanks so very much.

Re: Clinton Cemetery transcriptions and/or photos

Posted: 1359386334000
Classification: Query
The Colborne Cemetery is located at Concession 1 Lot 3 of Colborne Township (just north of the Maitland river just outside of the north part of the town of Goderich)

The stones have been photographed and can be viewed here:

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