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Burnt Island Anglican Cemetery
1850 - 1900
Burgeo and LaPoile District
|SURNAME||GIVEN||DATE OF BIRTH||DATE OF DEATH||INSCRIPTION|
|FRAMP,||James||Died Sept 4 1899||Aged 77 yrs|
|NEWMAN,||Joseph||Died Aug 10th 1860||Aged 56 yrs|
|TWEEDELL,||Jane||Died May 25th 1887||Aged 67yrs|
|SITLAND,||Susan||Died Apr 11 1860||Aged 32 yrs||Wife of James Sitland|
|KING,||Mathew||Died Aug 6 1886||Aged 74 yrs|
|KING,||Sarah||Died June 1 1876||Aged 56 yrs||Beloved wife of Mathew King|
|KING,||James?,||6yrs||Stone mostly unreadable|
|This is a small cemetery on the island, in the community of Burnt Island. The Cemetery is Anglican 1850 - 1900, only 7 or 8 stone markers with 6 to 8 wooden crosses. One marker broken off and no info on the individual, another with several children listed is unreable on the top part.|
Transcribed by Cyril DuBourdieu
Photographs courtesy of Vic Keeping 2012
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