Help Us Rebuild History at the Saint-Colomban Cemetery!

Join us in preserving the rich heritage of the Saint-Colomban Cemetery by supporting our fundraising campaign to rebuild the crumbling wall that safeguards numerous historic monuments. Together, we can ensure the protection and restoration of this sacred site for generations to come.

The Need

The existing wall supporting the monuments in the Saint-Colomban Cemetery is deteriorating, putting at risk the precious monuments that bear witness to the history of this cherished community. Without prompt intervention, these irreplaceable artifacts may be lost forever. We aim to raise $30,000 to rebuild the wall and safeguard the memory of the past.

Our Goal

With your generous contributions, we will rebuild the wall, reinforcing its structural integrity and preserving the historic monuments within its protective embrace. Your support will directly impact the preservation of this sacred space, enabling future generations to connect with their ancestors and appreciate the heritage that defines us.

Why it Matters

The Saint-Colomban Cemetery is not just a resting place for the departed but also a living testament to the cultural and historical legacy of our community. By rebuilding the wall, we are not only honoring the memory of those who came before us but also ensuring that their stories and contributions endure.

Join Us

Help us reach our $30,000 goal by making a donation today! Every contribution, big or small, makes a significant impact on the restoration of this sacred site. Together, let's watch the thermometer rise as we strive to rebuild history, one brick at a time.

Donate and Make a Difference

Visit our donation form to make a secure online donation. You can also contribute by sending a cheque to CIMPN at 61 rue Somerset, Baie D’Urfe, Quebec, Canada, H9X 2V8. Let's work together to rebuild the wall and preserve the remarkable legacy of the Saint-Colomban Cemetery.

Thank you for your support and for joining us in this important endeavor. Together, we can ensure that the past continues to inspire and educate future generations.


Maison McAndrews

La maison McAndrews (lot 298 concession St-Nicholas) a subit en juillet une transformation radicale de son apparence. En effet, le propriétaire actuel lui a superposé un deuxième étage défigurant complètement son aspect original du XIXe siècle.

Point St Charles History Society Bus tour to the Laurentians and St. Columban - Oct 20, 2007

A Small Overview of the Tour by the Point St. Charles History Society to St. Columban and St. Eustache

On Saturday, October 20th 2007, the Point St. Charles History Society (SHPSC) offered a bus tour from The Point to both St. Columban and St. Eustache.

Famille James Madden

Préparé par Claude Bourguignon, 13 octobre 2008

Patrick Madden du comté de Mayo (selon le curé Forget) en Irlande acquiert des Sulpiciens le lot 1207 de la concession St-George (85 au cadastre de 1860) le 15 juillet 1825. Il est né en 1765 et décede a Saint-Colomban le 17 mai 1840 a l’âge de 75 ans. Il est marié avec Ellen Lawcas décédée elle aussi a Saint-Colomban.

Grace - Gavin

Judith Grace and Sam O'Rourke* are my great great grandparents. Judith's mother's name was also recorded as 'Mary Gordon/Garland' in the priest's notes.

So, here goes the Grace family history, and note that the b. is usually the day they are baptized and not born & d. is the day they were buried and not the day they died. You have to look for the original documents to determine this precisely:


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