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|SURNAME||GIVEN||DATE OF BIRTH||DATE OF DEATH||AGE||INSCRIPTION|
|LEWIS||John||Sept 15, 1900||39 yrs.||Beloved husband of Cecilia
|NOSEWORTHY||Julia||Jan 18, 1905||65 yrs|
|NOSEWORTHY||William||Apr 21, 1900||64 yrs||Husband of Julia
He was a property owner in
Botwood in 1900
|ANTLE||Arthur Nightingale||Sept 8, 1902||41 yrs|
|HOLLETT||Gwynnie||March 24, 1906||1 Month||Darling child of Rev. F.S. And E.M. Hollett.
He shall gather the lambs with his arm and carry them into the bosom
|LACEY||Abner||Sept 15, 1900||39 yrs||Drowned at Norris Arm. This stone
Also remembers his five children who died young. Erected by his wife and S.S.
Children (presumably these were the Sunday School children). Abner Lacey was a
landowner at Botwood according to the early survey plan. His wife was Mary ann
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