Yes, there is a burial for Judith - she is listed under her maiden name Stanton which is how most women are listed in Quebec records.
Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 about Judith Stanton
Name: Judith Stanton
Event: Enterrement (Burial)
Burial Year: 1856
Burial Location: Rawdon, Québec (Quebec)
Place of Worship or Institution: St-Patrice, Marie-Reine-du-Monde
She was buried Sept. 6, 1856 in Rawdon - she died August 20th at age of about 60 years, wife of John Churchfield
1851 ST PATRICE DE RAWDON, LEINSTER COUNTY, QUEBEC
John, age 50, farmer, born Ireland
Jude, age 53, born Ireland
John, age 18, born Canada
Peter, age 29, farmer, born Ireland
Seila, age 20, born Canada
Thomas, age 1, born Canada
*** so spelling of her name is wrong, but that is not unusual for census records
husband John is alive in 1851 but I have not found his death
I went back to look again at the birth/baptism for John Churchfield and when I look very closely at the names of his parents it looks more like John Churchfield and Judas Etanton or Etanston or Etanteau than Stanton ?? actually hard to tell
BUT her burial does look like Stanton to me.
I just found the baptism for Celia Churchfield, sister to your John
It says baptized June 17, 1832, daughter of John Churchfield and Judea Steanton. Sponsors Thomas Lane and Rose Nelo.
Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 about Cecile Churchfield
Name: Cecile Churchfield
Event: Baptême (Baptism)
Baptism Year: 1832
Baptism Location: St-Ambroise-de-Kildare, Québec (Quebec)
Place of Worship or Institution: St-Jacques, St-Philippe
I looked for marriage for John and Judith there but did not find them
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