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Grave of infant Nicholas Vanvalkenburg (1861-1861)

Snelgrove in Brampton, Chinguacousy Twp., Peel Co., Ontario

(laid to rest next to his grandfather)

Owner of originalLisa Rance
DateFeb 2012
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Zion Cemetery, Snelgrove (Brampton), Peel Co., Ontario, Snelgrove, Chinguacousy Twp., Peel Co., Ontario, Canada

Notes: Plaque: ZION CEMETERY. The property was donated to the Christian Bretheren Baptist Church by John Watson Sr. in 1815. A church built by the Baptists was used by the Wesleyan Methodists in the 1860's after the Baptists moved to Snelgrove. The earliest burial was October 18, 1843. The latest was in February 1951. Family names of people buried here: Campbell, Cation, Clark, Clunis, Dodd, Goulding, Groat, Haines, Hodge, Matthews, Minor, McTavish, Nott, Rossiter, Rowden, Sibbald, Smith, Snell, Stevenson, Vanvalkenburg, Vodden, Watson, Wilson, Woodhall.

Family History files by William Perkins Bull (1930's Peel Co. lawyer and researcher):


VAN VALKENBURGH, Nicholas, d. 9 Dec., 1859 aged 62 yrs.

VAN VALKENBURGH, Nichols, son of I. and M. Van Valkenburgh, d. 16 June, 1863 aged 10 dys.

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