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BROOM CLOSE CEMETERY

 

 


This cove situated between Salvage and Barrow Harbour was inhabited almost 
exclusively by Babstocks, Hefferns, Hapgoods and Whites from about 1808 to 1940. 
The cemetery is situated just above the southern end of Hapgoods Beach and is 
said to have just one headstone still standing, probably that of a Heffern. 
This is yet to be confirmed.

Submitted by:
W. Roy Babstock
June 15th, 2000




 

 

Submitted by: W. Roy Babstock

Page Revised: August 2002 (Don Tate)

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