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Eagle River Cemetery - Labrador



Eagle River is on the north side of Sandwich Bat about 18 miles from Cartwright. The Ancestral home of the Lethbridges and Browns of Sandwich Bay. Named by Captain George Cartwright in the late 1770s, it was noted for generations noted for it's great quantities of salmon, and once had a large cannery operatiny there. Today it the home of a single family, descendants of the original Lethbridge and Brown who settled there.



Sacred to the Memory of
Louisa, Daughter of
William and Martha Brown
Died Oct 1862 aged 2 years

Sacred to the Memory of
Walter, son of Philip and Maria Jarvis
Died June 19, 1863 aged 11 months

Contributed and Transcribed
by Bernie Heard (10 September 2000)

Page Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Don Tate)

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