Registered to* Town of Niagara-On-the-Lake.
From the will of Joseph Clement the elder, of Niagara Township, probated in Lincoln County Surrogate Court on Jan 26 1867 (Joseph Clement having died Jan 8 1867): "I hereby retain thirty feet square for a family burying ground on the points of the hill in front of my son George Clement's house in the most convenient place and my body to lie at the centre of the west side and a monument of marble to be raised to my memory, the shaft to be ten feet high and a stone wall to be built around the burying ground except the gateway at the centre of east side the wall to be two feet high. A large stone placed in the ground to support the said gate with holes drilled for the gate posts and an iron railing two feet high to cover the top and surround the said burying ground, which is to be paid by the Executors of my Estate by money coming into their hands. Should any persons apply for the privilege of Burying their dead it shall not be complied with other than my own family."
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