Welcome! This database has been carefully created
by Garry and Jeannie Bickes.
It is copyrighted and may not be reproduced in whole or in part for any
commercial purpose. These records were first presented online Feb. 12,
1999 as a contribution to the 1999 Hemmingford Bicentennial.
* From 2012 to 2014 there were added 1140 new listings of unmarked or
unidentifiable Catholic graves from 1845-1940 data in St-Romain
(Hemmingford) Catholic church records.
Hemmingford is located
in the former
Huntingdon County in the southwest area of Quebec Province, about 45 minutes
south of Montreal near the US border.
If this site has been of use to you in your family history
research, please consider a contribution, financial or otherwise, to:
517 Champlain Ave.
Hemmingford, QC J0L 1H0
Archives research: "Hemmingford -Two Hundred Years
of Hope and Challenge 1799-1999" (aussi disponible en français / also
available in French)
*Contact Archives Hemmingford to
order the 600 page book:
"Hemmingford - 200 Years of Hope and Challenge 1799-1999"
The database was compiled mainly from readable gravestone inscriptions from all
the following known Hemmingford and area cemeteries (which could also be called
"outdoor museums"). Entries showing "no stone", "unknown stone", or if no
specific stone is mentioned were taken from church records.
The cemetery records, which total over 7500, are combined and sorted by last
name. Death dates range from 1808 to 2017.
* Please contact webmaster Dan Mark
for all queries and comments.*
Hemmingford Village and
Atkinson Cemetery (photos
James Fisher Rd. (private property)
(James) Fisher Cemetery (photos
& notes) James Fisher
McCrea-Kingsbury Cemetery (photos
& notes) Shields Rd. (private property) (more
Merlin-Kyle Cemetery (photos
Odell-McKay Cemetery (photos
Lavallée Rd. (Est. min. 135 burials, only 55 known, on 20 stones)
St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery (photos
& updates) Napper Rd.
Hemmingford Protestant Cemetery
Rt. 219 South (*new* cemetery map)
Hemmingford Catholic Cemetery (some
photos) Rt. 219 North (behind St. Romain church)
First Catholic Cemetery (c1830-1843)
Rt. 219 North (Barrington. No stones or records)
Wesley-Knox United (photos
Covey Hill Rd.
Old Henrysburg Cemetery (photos
& notes) Rt. 217 ("Braithwaite
Cemetery" private property)
Henrysburg Methodist Cemetery (photos
& notes) Rt. 15 (** June 2015 - church is completely demolished and ground
is leveled **)
Montée Guay (Elvidge's Corners)
Bethel Cemetery (photos
Covey Hill (top of hill)
Union Cemetery (photos
Covey Hill (corner Covey Hill Rd. & Rt. 203)
Wesley United Cemetery (photos
& notes) Covey
Rt. 221, Lacolle
Odelltown Methodist Cemetery (photos
& notes) SW of Odelltown Church (surrounded by private property)
Douglass (Napierville) Cemetery (photos
*new* more complete
burial listing and
Rt. 219 and Hwy. 15 (road to Napierville)
Roxham Rd., St-Bernard-de-Lacolle
Trinity Anglican Cemetery (photos
& notes) Havelock (Rt. 202 West)
St-James Anglican Church Cemetery (notes)
202 rue Saint-Patrice, Sherrington (No church or stones remain)
Click here to browse or search the
Cliquez ici pour consulter ou rechercher dans le
base de données.
~ Useful Links ~
1824 "Statistical Statement Shewing the Progress of the Settlement in the
Township of Hemingford"
- Hemmingford Census records - online and searchable:
1825 (column headings
1828 (Statistical Return)
1842 (Heads of households index)
1852 (Hemmingford then included Havelock Township and part of Franklin
- Archives Canada
latest census records
- Searchable Chateauguay Valley
Protestant Church Registers, Hemmingford and area.
- 19th Century
Hemmingford Catholic Church Registers. 1900 to 1912 records
here. (browse images only)
- Hemmingford Area Cemeteries
Google Map (Street View has photos of most cemeteries)
- Official plan of
Hemmingford Village 1880, showing owners of lots and dimensions.
- Official plan of
Hemmingford Township 1880, showing owners of lots and dimensions.
SouthWest Quebec Old Placenames Web Site includes GPS coordinates for local
- You may view
some old Hemmingford postcards at the Bibliothèque nationale du
Québec.(Click on "voir les images")
- More Hemmingford
images c1910 at the McCord Museum.
aerial photos of Hemmingford taken in 1979.
Sellar's History of the County of Huntingdon to 1838
(609 pages, online,
searchable. *Hemmingford is spelled Hemingford in this book*)
- Reprints of "Hemmingford
Then and Now" are now available.
online index of persons mentioned in Hemmingford Then and Now is now
- Much more Hemmingford research material is available at the
Huntingdon County GenWeb site.
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