Sainte Claire de Lorembec

Little Lorraine, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada
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The cemetery name is from "Dictionnaire généalogique de l'ancienne Acadie". Please note that there is nothing left of the cemetery today.

The following area information is from wikipedia:

The village is mostly of Roman Catholics. Ste-Claire Catholic Church was built in 1726 in Little Lorraine. The church is no longer standing as it has burnt down.

Little Lorraine is a small community located on the east coast of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

It is known to have had several different names in the past such as Little Loran, Lorembec, Cap-de-Lorembec, Petit Laurenbec and between 1750-51 Petit Lorembec was in use. In a 1756 census, there were 22 families living in Little Lorraine – all in the fishery business. It was founded in 1714 and has a population of approximately 62 people. It is 8.9 km from the small community of Louisbourg.

GPS Coordinates: 45.95288, -59.86656

  • Added: 15 Aug 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2620381