Courtesy of Bruce B. Gordon, a response (with a great photograph!) to my query, ‘Was Thomas Dunn buried at St. Bridget’s RC Cemetery at Stanleyville?‘
Thomas Dunn, who died 30 December 1886 at North Burgess (Lanark Co., Ontario) and whose cause of death was given as “Frozen — 12 hours,” was indeed buried at St. Bridget’s Roman Catholic Cemetery at Stanleyville, North Burgess Township, Lanark County, Ontario:
Thomas Dunn was born about 1820 in Co. Armagh (presumably parish of Killevy), the son of Owen Dunn and Ann Rocke (or Roche?), and had emigrated to Canada by 1851 (probably in the 1840s). His first wife was an Anne Ward (possibly the daughter of Edward Ward and Anastasia Molloy?), who died between 1857 and 1861. His second wife was an Anne Murphy, daughter of James Murphy and Mary (maiden name unknown). His sister Bridget was my great-great-grandmother, who married John McGlade (my great-great-grandfather) in 1856.
Bruce B. Gordon has posted many headstone photos for St. Bridget’s, Stanleyville at findagrave.com.