|Emmanuel Anglican Church Cemetery|
We stopped for gas. It was the Sunday before Remembrance Day. The wreaths caught my attention.
This Emmanuel Anglican Church consists of a one-storey Cambrian sandstone structure with a front steeple. It is located at 2767 Highway 15 in the Village of Portland. The Emmanuel Anglican Church was constructed in 1861 by William Willoughby, J. Horton and J. Earl and is reflective of early rural church architecture along the Rideau Canal. The Township of Bastard and South Burgess recognizes the heritage values of the Emmanuel Anglican Church in By-law No. 601.
Then, the stones caught my attention. Mr. Bolton has no date of death, despite being born in 1834.
Lots of young people, infants, and many old, old stones.