«Burial of James K. Gilman June 15e 1897
Captain James K. Gilman of Point St. Charles, Montréal, Province of Québec, retired hotel-keeper, died on June thirteenth, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven, aged seventy eight years, seven months and fifteen days. And was buried in the family burying plot, on the Gilman farm, near Griffen, Province of Quebec, town of Stanstead, June fifteenth, one thousand nine hundred and seven in the presence of the subscribing witnesses.
Witnesses Ruth G. Knight John H. Hoster J.N. Emery of Derby Line, Vt, Officiating Clegyman».
L'inhumation d'une personne défunte sur un terrain privé est rare dans les registres de l'état civil catholiques.
The church record for the burying of a man in Derby Line and Rock Island, Québec.]