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Oldest Anglican Cemetery
English Harbour West
Fortune Bay District
(Complete as of 2005)
|Fiander||Catherine||April 27, 1851||49||Samuel|
|Fiander||James||12 June 1878||1940|
|Petite||Sergt. Philip R.||April 14TH 1917||22 Years||Killed in action somewhere in France|
|Shirley||Sarah Ann||9 July 1884||23 Years|
|Stirling||Susan||Feb. 5, 1866||34 Years||Albert||Daughter of John Payton & J??? Twillingate|
|James||Son of Susan & Albert, Died in Infancy|
|Yarn||James||Sep. 25TH 188?|
|Yarn||John||1924||25 Years||Drowned somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean during the first months of 1924|
Transcribed by Craig Peterman (January 2006) from
Photos Contributed by Janice Vallis Keeping (November 2005)
Updated with additional information by The Rev. Lochleigh Fiander, Fortune, NL (July 2006)
Page Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Craig Peterman)
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