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Anglican Cemetery

Trinity Bay District

This transcription begins at the highest point in the cemetery, the top left corner... and zigzags by rows down the hill to the bottom right corner. Due to the haphazard rows and some rehab work that is in progress (August 2001), it is difficult to describe the location of plots precisely, however, I have noted some landmarks and some stone descriptions in brackets() to aid researchers in locating the arrangement)


1913 - 1987
Douglas A
1907 - 1996
'What We Keep In Memory Is Ours Unchanged Forever'
(single stone in a double plot with a wrought iron and chain-rope fence)


Apr 16 1978
Apr 16 1978
Michael & Michelle
Dec 19 1979
Dec 19 1979
(single vertical stone - small plot)


(single white wooden cross - small plot)
(small plot - no stone or other markers)
(etching of 'boat & lighthouse' on stone)


1895 - 1984
'In Life and Death O' Lord Abide With Me' (etching of 'woman knitting & rocking' on stone)


Ethel F
'Safe In The Arms Of Jesus'
(double plot with two stones)


(etching of 'seated woman knitting' on stone)
Ester F
(etching of 'Church in forest' on stone) Solomon W
1920 - (living)
'Your Loving Face We See No More Until We Meet On Heaven's Shore' (double plot with two stones and a statue
of an angel next to her headstone)
In Loving Memory


E. John
1911 - 1999
Husband S. Elizabeth
1920 - (living)
(large stone in double plot)


Malcolm W
Oct 10 1924
Apr 10 1993 Wife
Myrtle E
Oct 18 1924
'Together Forever'
Erected By Wife Myrtle And Family
(headstone shaped like two joined hearts)


(white wooden cross near fence - opposite the road)


(second white wooden cross near fence - opposite the road)
In Loving Memory Of

Mary J. Fowlow Jackson

1872 - 1960
Ever Remembered
Ever Loved
Erected by Children and Grandchildren
(single stone)


1906 - 1988
'God Took You From Us And Left Us Behind To Wonder Why' Annie


1911 - 1999
'She Lives With Us In Memory And Will For Evermore'
(large stone in same plot)


C. Hubert
1919 - 1994 S. Melvie
1923 - 2000
(double plot - stone is a plaque etched with praying hands)


Irene S.
'She Lives with Us In Memory And Will For Evermore'
(two infant-sized graves - located next to the following plot)


In Loving Memory Of
Bessie Legge Critch
Beloved Wife of Eli
Born March 1, 1921
Died Dec 22 1966
'Not Lost To Memory Or to Love But Safe In Our Father's Home Above' (this plot is on the far right hand side of the cemetery - nearest the road)
(large double or triple plot with no stones or other markers)


Stanley G
Sept 1 1905
July 11 1978
(single stone)

Llewelyn JERRETT

Age 46
(white wooden cross)
In Loving Memory Of

William B. JERRETT

Died Sept 17 1970
Aged 65 Years
'I Am The Resurrection And The Life'
'We Shall Meet Again'
In Loving Memory Of


Died July 4th 1954
Aged 43 Years
'What We Keep In Remembered Memory Is Ours Unchanged Forever'
Erected By His Wife And Children
COOK 'We Shall Meet Again'
In Loving Memory Of

Beatrice JACKSON

Died Jan 2nd 1988
Aged 74 Years
'Ever Remembered Ever Loved'
Erected By Her Children
John       Ida       Calvin (the word COOK appears in small print on the bottom left corner of his headstone)
(etching of a lamb)
'Our Little Girl'
Albertha Florence
Daughter of Walter and Violet


Jan 18 1942 - May 20 1942


In Loving Memory
Of A Dear Husband And Father
Walter L.
Dec 26 1913 - Oct 13 1978
'To Live In Hearts We Leave Behind Is Not To Die'
Erected By Wife And Family (two stones in a large 'triple' plot - located near the left-side fence - opposite the Cemetery Gate)
(large open area between plots)
(three white wooden crosses - two marking infant graves)
Emma Gertrude
1892 - 1981
'She Died As She Lived Trusting In God
Ever Remembered Ever Loved By Family'


(anchor etched on top of tall slender stone)
In Loving Memory Of
Eli Max.
Son Of

William and Gertrude BISHOP

Lost His Life On S.S. Caribou Oct 14 1942
While Returning Home On Leave
Age 19 Years
'Greater Love Hath No Man Than This That A Man Lay Down His Life For His Country (anchor etched on top of smaller stone for same person as above stone)
LT/JX 315667 SMN
S. S. Caribou
14 Oct 1942
(etching of cross)
'He Saw The Need He Heard The Call
With Gallant Deed He Gave His All' In Loving Memory Of My Dear Husband

William BISHOP

Died April 17 1964
Aged 80 Years 8 Months
'Gods Will Be Done Seems Hard To Say
When Those We Love Have Passed Away
Some Day Perhaps We'll Understand
When We Meet Again In That Better Land'
Erected By His Wife Gertrude (four stones marking the graves of three people - located in a very large plot near the gate)


August 13, 1955, Age 70 (white wooden headstone - near the right fence - closest to the gate)
(etching of a small cross)
In Loving Memory


1910 - 1948
'Rest In Peace' (small red stone plaque with goldtone raised lettering - located just below the entrance on the right)


Hector W
1935 - 1936 Stella B
1937 - 1938
'Beyond The Sunset' (double infant-sized plot on the right)
(large open area)


(infant plot with fence and small stone - located right next to the following plot)


In Loving Memory Of
1873 - 1941 Amelia
1873 - 1944
'Safe In The Arms Of Jesus' (larger stone in double plot - near the left fence - opposite the gate)
(facing lower part of cemetery) Erected By His Brothers and Sisters
In Loving Memory Of


Died Of Wounds
May 11 1919
Aged 36 Years
'When In The Church Yard Side By Side... (facing the right fence) Also His Wife

Elizabeth Jackson

Died June 5 1909
Aged 24 Years
'Are Many Long Low Graves... (facing the higher part of the cemetery) In Loving Memory Of His Father

Philip James JACKSON

Died Jan 12 1919
Aged 67 Years
'And Some Have Stones Set Over Them... (facing the left fence) Also His Mother


Died June 19 1896
Aged 40 Years
'In Some The Green Grass Waves' (four-sided stone pillar marker with very small and worn print)
(white wooden cross with no markings)
In Loving Memory Of

Harrison BRYANT

Born March 23 1881
Died Oct 26 1946 And His Wife

Martha Jerrett BRYANT

Born Feb 7 1881
Died Nov 26 1959 (single stone in double plot)
(white wooden cross with no markings)
(bare wooden marker and piece of headstone with no visible markings)


Beloved Daughter of Amos and Ethel (infant grave near the right fence - couple of rows below the gate)
(white wooden cross with no markings)
In Memory of Martha
Beloved Wife of


Who Died Nov 2, 1910
Aged 76 Years
'On That Happy Easter Morning All The Graves Their Be Dressed
Father Sister Child and... Meet Once... (large white headstone, broken near the base, and lying on the ground - inscription partly illegible - located near the left fence)
(white wooden cross with no markings next to the left fence)
Erected By His Daughter
In Loving Memory Of


Died Nov 25 1916
Aged 57 Years
Father Sister Child and Mother (large stone - next to left fence - possibly in a large plot as next stone is by the right fence)
In Loving Memory of Mary
Beloved Wife of


Who Died April 30th 1899
Aged 22 Years (large stone in single plot by right fence)
(white wooden cross with no markings)
In Memory Of Our Dear Father


1878 - 1914
'Rest In Peace' (large stone with the shape of a cross at the top)
In Loving Memory of


Born 1888 - Died 1912
Aged 24 Years
'May He Walk And Pause And Marvel In The Garden Of His God.'
Erected By Wife Martha And Son George. (large stone in bottom right-hand corner of the cemetery)

Contributed by: Jennifer L. Bishop

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