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Guy Gagnon (#46487758)
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Bio Photo Being born and having resided all my life in Quebec City, the most ancient fortified town in North America and which has celebrated in 2008 the four-hundredth anniversary of its foundation, I find that it is a great privilege for me to live and to work here, like I am at the heart of History. My passion for my roots led me quite naturally towards genealogy and obviously cemeteries. I became a "taphophile", that is a loving searcher and caretaker of old stones and funeral steles. Because of the devastation here of the hard climate and often also the negligence of those who should have mission to maintain well these places of memory, and thus worried of protecting the recollection of the humble as the illustrious, I decided to contribute to the network " Find has grave " by incorporating it the most biographic and iconographic information I can get about the men and women who are interred in my small corner of Earth.
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Mary Fee Spacher
Breslin, Peter
Guy,
My g-g-grandfather is buried in St. Patrick Cem. in Quebec City. I don't have the plot number but I'd love to have a photo of his grave and to know if any family is buried next to him. I am unable to get there myself. I live in Rochester, NY. I put a request in 6 mo.ago but no one picked it up. I saw your name there and am hoping you might be able to get a photo. His name is Peter Breslin (d.May 6, 1870). Any possibility you could do this, please? ~Mary~
Added by Mary Fee Spacher on Nov 04, 2013 7:56 AM
Linda Tilot
Family of Bishop Edward Horan
Greetings; thank you for your work. I am in search of the extended family of Bishop Horan. Are there other members of his family buried at this cemetery? Thank you.
Added by Linda Tilot on Sep 07, 2013 6:40 PM
Shawn Lloyd
Bourdeau Ancestry
I was wondering if any of my Ancestors are burried in this cemetry. The last name is Bourdeau or Bourdeaux.
Added by Shawn Lloyd on May 13, 2013 12:26 PM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
Merci
Merci mon amie.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Apr 30, 2013 2:44 PM
Anonymous
marc auguste simon
looking for photo of grandfathers grave site

MARC AUGUSTE SIMON ( 1892-1961)

SEC P LOT 00031

could you help me ?
contact genesnoopy@shaw.ca

thank you
Added by Anonymous on Aug 12, 2012 1:23 PM
Anonymous
marc auguste simon
looking for photo of grandfathers grave site

MARC AUGUSTE SIMON ( 1892-1961)

SEC P LOT 00031

could you help me ?
contact genesnoopy@shaw.ca

thank you
Added by Anonymous on Aug 12, 2012 1:21 PM
lorinda martin
Battle at Abraham's Plains
I have been trying to find info on a French officer that died during the battle at Abraham's Plains. I do not know the surname but his wife hearing of his death went into labor and died having a son. The son was raised by a family by the name of DePeel/DePeal having been orphaned. He may have had a brother a couple of years older. The son later took their name. Do you know of any French officer's that had a spouse that died within days of that battle?
Added by lorinda martin on May 12, 2012 9:25 PM
Milou
Photo requests
Bonjour Guy,

Just in case you haven't noticed, the Canadian (and other foreign) memorial pages now have the Request a Photo button. If you are interested in registering as a Photo Volunteer, you can do it by editing your profile. You can also browse Cemetery page for any outstanding requests. This is a new feature so will take some time to be fully operational see this thread in the Help Forum.

Many thanks.
Added by Milou on May 12, 2012 12:54 AM
Boyletree
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Cathedral
Dear Guy: The listings under Saint Mary RC Cathedral are incorrectly listed as being in New Brunswick Canada. Saint Mary's RC Cathedral is actually in Kingston, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada. The interments listed are actually in Saint Mary's RC Cemetery which is located out Division Street, also in Kingston. Could you please correct this. Much of my family is buried there and the 1st person buried there in 1836 was my 4th great grandfather. Thanks, Boyle Tree
Added by Boyletree on Apr 26, 2012 3:17 PM
Lisa Worden
photo
Hi Guy:

I live in the U.S. and would like to get a photo of my g. grandfather's headstone. I know I will never get to Canada, and find-a-grave in the U.S. does not allow photo requests in Canada. He is buried in the St. Clements Cemetery Beauharnois (Catholic) Alphonse Leduc 1843-1919.
Would you have any suggestions on how I could possibly get a photo?

Thank you,

Lisa
kytro496@comcast.net
Added by Lisa Worden on May 30, 2011 5:32 PM
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