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801 Witnesses to burial were John Cunningham and David Cunningham, "who did not sign with us". Cunningham, Patrick (I1609)
 
802 Witnesses to burial were John Galligan (Gallaghan) and Henri Gelissoun, "who did not sign with us" McGee, Ellen (I865)
 
803 Witnesses to burial were John Killeen, Andrew Whelan, John Nash, and William Fahey, all of whom signed the register. Fahey, Margaret (I112)
 
804 Witnesses to burial were John McMahon and John Copps O'Neil, Mary (I764)
 
805 Witnesses to burial were John Muldoon and Dick Robinson Stanton, Michael Dominic (I679)
 
806 Witnesses to burial were John Muldoon and Dick Robinson Stanton, Earle Thomas (I1041)
 
807 Witnesses to burial were John Nash and John O'Malley Fahey, John (I107)
 
808 Witnesses to burial were John Nash and John Scissons Lahey, Catherine Mary (I922)
 
809 Witnesses to burial were John Nash and Joseph O'Hara, who did not sign. Hourigan, Thomas Napoleon (I69)
 
810 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Abbott, Walter (I2103)
 
811 Witnesses to burial were John Roach and Hugh Devine Moran, Edward (I1774)
 
812 Witnesses to burial were John Roach and Hugh Devine Moran, Thomas (I1775)
 
813 Witnesses to burial were John [Rafter?] and Daniel O'Connor O'Connor, James (I2012)
 
814 Witnesses to burial were Joseph O'Hara and Thomas Griffin, "who have declared they do not sign." Lahey, John (I36)
 
815 Witnesses to burial were Lacey Charlebois and Thomas Armstrong Charlebois, Mary Margaret Rita (I1700)
 
816 Witnesses to burial were Michael Galligan, Elizabeth Jourdan, John Galligan and Ellen McGee "who have not signed" Kelly, Ann (I1757)
 
817 Witnesses to burial were Michael Heavey and John Finnerty Finnerty, Mary (I1837)
 
818 Witnesses to burial were Michael Kennedy and William Lahey Burke, James Bartholomew (I880)
 
819 Witnesses to burial were Patrick Leavy and James Leavy Leavy, Peter (I962)
 
820 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Burke and Thomas Lahey Burke, John (I878)
 
821 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Burke and Thomas Scissons O'Malley, Hannah (I784)
 
822 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Burke, James Kelly "and others" Killeen, Margaret Jane (I37)
 
823 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Burke, Sylvester Burke "and others"  Burke, Michael (I1206)
 
824 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Carroll and Thomas Muldoon Killeen, John (I634)
 
825 Witnesses to burial were Thomas Tracy and James Moran "who have declared that they cannot sign" Dooley, Thomas (I630)
 
826 Witnesses to burial were [Hervé Gelinean] and James Finnerty, "son of the deceased, who could not sign with us" Finnerty, Peter (I948)
 
827 Witnesses to burial were [John?] Levy and Thomas Dooley Coughlan, Mary (I631)
 
828 Witnesses to burial: "Her sons and daughters, with a large assistance of relatives and friends were present" Dooley, Sarah Jane (I134)
 
829 Witnesses to burial: "John & Matthew Hogan and many others" Hogan, John (I114)
 
830 Witnesses to burial: "John, William, James et Dennis Cavanaugh, marchands de cette paroisse, et un grand nombre de citoyens" Killeen, Bridget (I1166)
 
831 Witnesses to burial: James O'Connor and Thomas [Foy?] Ryan, Johanna (I2011)
 
832 Witnesses to burial: John Cunningham and Alexander Gravel Finnerty, Catherine (I1623)
 
833 Witnesses to burial: John Galligan and Patrick Killeen. Killeen, Mary Ann (I691)
 
834 Witnesses to burial: John Hudson and Patrick Quigley Galligan, Catherine (I1728)
 
835 Witnesses to burial: John Ryan and John Devine Devine, Bridget (I2046)
 
836 Witnesses to burial: Thomas Benton and Alexis Gravel Finnerty, John Albert (I938)
 
837 Witnesses: Joseph Roy and Olympe Desjardins Dubeau, Pierre (I1391)
 
838 Witnesses: [Felix?] Dubeau and Sarah Riley Dubeau, Pierre (I1395)
 
839 Worked as an apprentice farmer for the Sieur de Beauport, Robert Giffard. Received Confirmation from Monseigneur Laval, the first Bishop of New France. In 1692 he purchased two lots on rue St. Paul in Ville Marie (later Montreal). The lot next to his was owned by Marguerite Bourgeoys (now Ste. Marguerite Bourgeoys), where she built the Church of Notre Dame de Bonsecours.  Robillard, Claude (I1456)
 
840 Worked on the construction of the Rideau Canal (after the 1828 eviction, in order to earn money for a new piece of land). Signed the McCabe list (1829 petition to the Crown, signed by almost 700 Irishmen in the Bytown area, asking for assistance to help bring impoverished relatives to Canada), where he said he was from "Tipperary, Lurrough, Kilnacross." He asked for assistance for his "Brother In Law, Daniel Lahy, having a family, resides at Kilnacross -- he is known to the Archdeacon of Killaloe." Lahey, John (I80)
 
841 WWI draft cards for sons Peter Alphonsus and Patrick Wilfred. Leavy, Elizabeth (I725)
 

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