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St. Clements Pioneer Cemetery

Located in: Innisfil
Location #1916

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Location Owner:oleboy
Creation Date: 8/29/2010
Last Updated: 8/29/2010

St. Clements Cemetery which was also known as Cherry Creek Cemetery or the Second Line Cemetery is possibly the oldest known burial location in Innisfil township. It is located on land that was donated in 1837 by Lewis J. Clement

Lewis J. Clement, was a "Dutch Canadian," who arrived from Niagara, in June, 1829, with his wife, one child, a hired man, and a yoke of oxen. He built a temporary brush tent, which they called "home," for a brief period, until they could build their proper house. Clement's house, built for them by a carpenter, James Soules, was the first frame house in Innisfil, and is still standing. In later years. Mr. Clement became a magistrate. He died April 9th, 1873, in his 74th year.

Location: 2141 (aprox) 2nd Line, Innisfil, east of Yonge Street

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Status: Closed
Category: House or Farm


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St. Clements Cemetery
St. Clements Pioneer Cemetery
Created on:8/29/2010
Created by: oleboy
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