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Salvation Army Cemetery
District of St. Barbe (White Bay)
Partial Transcription (7 of ~50 as of 2002)

This is the older Salvation Army Cemetery and is located on the side of a cliff overlooking the bay as you enter Englee. The scenery was absolutley breathtaking. This is a large cemetery but there were only a handful of headstones. You could see that there were a lot of people buried there because of the uneven landscape. There are a few headstones in this cemetery which I was not able to transcribe.
Surname Given name Headstone inscription Comments
Janes Golda Golda
Beloved Daughter of
Leonard & Ethel Janes
May 1st.1947
Dec. 27th 1952
Ethel is nee Canning, daughter of Levi and Charlotte Canning (source: Daphne Duffy)
Fillier Virtue Virtue Fillier
1909 - 1969
Canning Charlotte & Levi Charlotte Canning
B- Dec. 28th 1873
D- April 15th 1958, Aged 85 years
Levi Canning
B- May 21st 1870
D- Sept.8th 1961, Aged 91 years
Charlotte is the daughter of George Clothier (source: Daphne Duffy)
Hopkins Dorman Dorman Hopkins
1927 - 1933
Newman T. T. Newman wooden cross, no dates (source: Daphne Duffy)
Newman B. B. Newman wooden cross, no dates (source: Daphne Duffy)

Transcription by Daphne Duffy, (2002)

Page Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Craig Peterman)

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