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Old United Church ? Cemetery (#2)
District of St. Barbe (White Bay)

Complete as of 2002

This Cemetery is very small and well maintained. There are probably more people buried there than the headstones I found. It's located on the side of a hill, on the road to the larger United Church Cemetery (#3) and is surrounded by a white picket fence. It is thought to be a United Church Cemetery.

Surname Given name Headstone inscription Transcriber's Comments
Canning William, Samuel and Andrew William Died Jan, 27, 1901 age 4 years and 4 months
Samuel Died Jan, 27, 1901 age 2 years and 4 months
Andrew Died Jan, 24, 1901 age 15 days
[These children died from the Black Plague. They also had a sister Anne, who died as a child. (source: Daphne Duffy)]
Canning William and Mary Anne William Canning
Mar, 24 1873, aged 79
and his wife
Mary Anne
Died June 12, 1870, Aged 65
Fillier Issac Who Died
Aug. 23, 1915, aged 55 years
Fillier Mary Ann Beloved Wife of Issac Fillier
Died Sept. 8th, 1943 Aged 75 years
Fillier Elizabeth Jane Died April 29th. 1960
Aged 66 years
Fillier Eli Beloved Husband of Elizabeth J. Fillier
Aged ??
[couldn't read age (source: Daphne Duffy)]
Randell Joseph Born July 18, 1893
Died Feb.12, 1970
Aged 77 years
Brown Annie Maud Annie Maud
Daughter of Eli and Margaret Brown
Who Died May 5th, 1926, Aged 27 years and 8 Months
Brown Eli Beloved Husband of Margaret Brown
Who Died Jan 12, 1927 Aged 69 Years
[Son of John and Ann Brown (source: Tammy Curtis)]

Transcribed by Daphne Duffy, (2002)

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

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