Consolidating districts in the upper mid west
The highway called the Chapeau-Sheenboro Hwy and becomes Ch. You pass several houses and buildings and the big white parish meeting-house and right behind all these buildings to the left is the cemetery. In the above picture you see where you enter between the church on the left and the parish meeting hall on the right, then you follow the road down till you turn and yo see the car sitting there.
Nothing more was said about his life other than his immediate family. I was talking with a genealogist in the Cornwall area and she is bilingual and said that Le Cour could be mispronounced as “Record or Ricard” if said in French?
They are consolidating and discarding the old names.
This means that if you look at a map of today or the future the area you are looking for may have disappeared. It was a long gravel road with no sign of habitation and a thick grouping of trees lining the side of the road.
I headed northwest up the Chapeau-Sheenboro Hwy and passed the Sheen welcoming sign.
It was not long after that I came to Sheenboro itself.
This same genealogist was looked through a big book of marriages edition for male and female and we were not finding La Cour but we were finding Le Cour. UPDATE July 7, 2012: Here is a complete set of the photographs I took at St. These are just overview photographs with some specific tombstones.