This page is for the cemeteries which are listed or rumored
in history but there are no official locations for.
This would include very old places of burial, private
family burials, Indian burial grounds, etc.
Anywhere someone is believed to be buried.
If you would like to submit grave sites use the Contact Form
Please include information on the persons buried,
the exact location (GPS would be best) and picture(s).
BOYLSTON, BOYLSTON PROVINCIAL PARK
The foundation of an old Catholic Church, that predates
St. Anne's in Guysborough, has been found here.
Is there possible some burials also?
CANSO, PETIPAS ISLAND AND BURYING ISLAND
"There were many graves on Petipas Head, and the little island
in the harbor known as Burying Island, was a full cemetery. The
banks of this island gradually crumbled away, washed by the rains and the
sea, bringing to light once more parts of the coffins so long ago interred
here. These were both said to have been French burial places."
History of the County of Guysborough, H.C. Hart, P.27
GOSHEN, TAYLOR LAKE
I have heard there is a Native buriel ground on west
side of Taylor Lake. Taylor Lake is between Goshen and
South Lochaber, Guys. Co. Submitted by Hattie Farrell.
GUYSBOROUGH, CUTLER'S COVE
A old French cross at Cutler's Cove was present when the
Loyalists arrived. This may indicate a cemetery.
Guysborough Sketches and Essays, Rev. Ed., P.136
GUYSBOROUGH, MCCAUL ISLAND
Joseph Hadley died 1801 and was buried on the old
family property on McCaul's Island.
Guysborough Sketches and Essays, Rev. Ed. P.373
There is a grave yard known to be on the
island that is maintained by the land owner.
LITTLE DOVER, OLD CEMETERY
It is reported that there is an old cemetery, very overgrown,
at the fork in Boudreau Rd. in Little Dover