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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
BELOVED CHILDREN OF LEVI AND CHARLETTE CANNING
|[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
Died June 12, 1870, Aged 65
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
|[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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