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Margaret A. Messacar


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Item Type:
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Description:
Margaret A. Messacar passed away on what appears to be October 18, 1847 at the age of 5 but this information could be incorrect as the headstone inscription is very hard to read in some places. She is buried at the Fairfield Cemetery. Margaret's parents are illegble on the headstone but given its location it is very possible that she was the daughter of William Messacar and Annie Messacar.

Please note: alternate spellings of the name Messacar (Masacar, Messacar, Massacar) occur on headstones throughout the cemetery.
Notes:
Range 15-6
Inscriptions:
MARGARET A.
daughter of
[William & Annie?]
[Messacar]
died
[Oct. 18, 1847]
AE [5] yrs 2M
& 24 d's
Date of Publication:
1842
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Messacar
Local identifier:
2010CM219
Collection:
Cemeteries of Brant County
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0550663601855 Longitude: -80.4102446909332
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Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Margaret A. Messacar


Margaret A. Messacar passed away on what appears to be October 18, 1847 at the age of 5 but this information could be incorrect as the headstone inscription is very hard to read in some places. She is buried at the Fairfield Cemetery. Margaret's parents are illegble on the headstone but given its location it is very possible that she was the daughter of William Messacar and Annie Messacar.

Please note: alternate spellings of the name Messacar (Masacar, Messacar, Massacar) occur on headstones throughout the cemetery.