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QUIGLEY CORNER'S

[ 861 Y ABANDONED [ PROBABLY QUIGLEYS CORNERS?? AWF ] CONC 5 LOT 24 MR 286243, from OGS Glengarry Cemetery Log.]

QUIGLEY CORNER'S CEMETERY ERECTED BY LOCHIEL
CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE 1815 - 1967.

SITUATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD # 21, 1 MILE EAST OF LOCHIEL ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY.

THE INSCRIPTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS;

Cemetery copied 1st April 30.1977.

  1. R D
    In memory of Robert Dewar who departed this life year 1815, BDC 3 years.

  2. Top missing
    John McMillan died Oct 3. 1881 aged 85 yrs & 11 mo's.
    "Jesus has called the father home
    His flesh lie mouldering in the tomb
    God grant his offspring may be blest
    and meet him in eternal rest."

  3. In memory of George Campbell, A native of Armagh Ireland, died May 25, 1857 aged 57 years, also of his son John died July 2, 1845 aged 20 years, and Mary Janet his wife [ rest of inscription missing, covered by cement ]

  4. Sacred to the memory of Donald McMillan son of the late Duncan McMillan of Glenpeigheann Inverness-shire Scotland born 1760 came to Canada in 1794 s_________ the first settlers ___________ re sided __________ his death , he departed ____________________ day of February _____________ aged 88 years.
    "Lord let me yield my breath
    And they _______________
    My sins _________ eternal death
    But Jesus died for me."
    Erected by his son Donald.

  5. In memory of Alexander McMillan native of Loch Archaig, Inverness-shire Scotland who emigrated to Canada in 1785, died Sept 1815 aged 79 years. Erected by his son Donald.

  6. Erected by John McPherson, In memory of his son Colin who died April the 21.1853 aged 16 years. Also James Semple aged 61, Both natives of Glasgow, Scotland.
    "Old age may come,
    desese may come
    before 16 is as mortal
    as four score."



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