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Bornish St Columba Cemetery
Street Address: 31619 Centre Rd (at Bornish Dr)
Township: West Williams Township (Concession 13, Lot 11)
Locality: Middlesex County
Municipality: North Middlesex
Church / Denomination: Roman Catholic
Maintained by* R.C.E.C. of Diocese of London. From Donald: Lot 11 Con. 13 was my grandfather's farm 2.75 miles west of this church and cemetery. The church and cemetery are located on the NW corner of Con. 13 and the Centre Rd. (i.e. Bornish Drive and Hwy 81). This error originated when the cemetery transcription was published by OGS London Branch. From West Williams Township: A Proud Heritage: "Around the year 1859 or 1860, a space was consecrated adjacent to the Bornish Catholic Church, and named St. Columba Cemetery. In the intervening years between the establishment of the Old Hill Cemetery and the St. Columba Cemetery, there had been many burials on the hilltop. After the St. Columba Cemetery was established, some of the remains were disinterred and buried in St. Columba Cemetery.".
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