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Cimetière Notre-Dame-de-Belmont

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The Cimetière Notre-Dame-de-Belmont (Belmont Cemetery) is located at 2176 avenue Chapdelaine in Quebec City in the province of Quebec, Canada. The cemetery was built between 1857 and 1859.

Notable interments

  • Jean Victor Allard (1913-1996): first French-speaking Chief of Defense Staff
  • Georges-Élie Amyot (1856–1930): politician, businessman
  • Valmore Bienvenue (1894–1952): American-born jurist, politician
  • Arthur Buies (1840–1901): journalist, scholar
  • René-Édouard Caron (1800–1876)
  • Eugène Chinic (1818–1889): entrepreneur, bank founder, statesman
  • Julien Chouinard (1929–1987): lawyer, justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Antoine Dessane (1826–1873): French-born composer
  • Edmund James Flynn (1847–1927): Premier of Québec
  • Ernest Gagnon (1834–1915): organist, historian, composer
  • Édouard Burroughs Garneau (1859–1911) : politician
  • François-Xavier Garneau (1809–1866): historian
  • Jean Lesage (1912–1980): lawyer, Premier of Québec
  • Félix-Gabriel Marchand (1832–1900): Premier of Québec
  • Georges Parent (1879–1942): lawyer, statesman
  • Yves Pratte (1925–1988): lawyer, Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Louis-Alexandre Taschereau (1867–1952): lawyer, Premier of Québec
  • Ulric-Joseph Tessier (1817–1892): statesman
  • Robert Taschereau (1896–1970): lawyer, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Joseph Vézina (1849–1924): orchestra conductor, composer