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Interments
General Protestant Cemetery
St. John's
St. John's West District

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1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896
1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904
1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912

Churches of the General Protestant & Mt. Pleasant Cemeteries

INTERMENTS IN THE GENERAL PROTESTANT CEMETERY
1898

This transcription made from a photocopy. The copy was very faded, as was, apparently, the original. Some sections are *really* difficult to read. Initials are hard to distinguish, I's, J's, T's and F's all look alike, as do M's and N's. Notes to cause of death may have been made after the fact in some instances. As with any transcription, typos are possible. This should not be used in place of references to the original.
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Date Name Age Remarks Trans. Notes
PAGE 1        
1898        
4-Jan Maggie Hudson 8 months in Philip Hudson square ????  
         
4-Jan Isace (sic) Hollet 33 years in govt ground  
         
8-Jan John R. Robertson 80 years in family square of John R???  
         
8-Jan John C. Wight 50 years no 1 in section 6, coffin with case  
         
10-Jan Barbara Goobys still born female child reopen grave  
         
12-Jan Charles Tibbo 88 years in govt ground Inmate Poor Hospital  
         
16-Jan Elizabeth A. English 73 years in old ground, reopen grave  
         
24-Jan Rebecca Purchase 1 year, 8 (?) months in section 7, no 32, without case  
         
24-Jan Richard Williams 25 years in section 6, no 2 with case  
         
24-Jan Cornelia Saxton 9 years in section 7, no 38 (?) without case  
         
24-Jan Margar (sic) Penny 75 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
26-Jan James Goodfellow 68 years in family square with case  
         
28-Jan Mr. George Williams No Entry select family square sec 6, grave 2  
         
1-Feb Priscilla Learning 2 months reopen grave  
         
4-Feb Alexandra W. Smith 6 months in section 7, no 29 without case  
         
8-Feb Eva Mercer 18 months in govt ground Poor Comm order  
         
PAGE 2        
1898        
9-Feb John Sparks 2 years, 10 months in govt ground, Poor Comm order Note in register: Taken to Carbonear for Burial
         
10-Feb Walter Philips 2 years in govt ground Poor Comm order  
         
11-Feb Susan B. Hayward 13 months in govt ground Poor Comm order  
         
14-Feb Chalice Murray 3 months in section 7 no 30 without ???  
         
17-Feb William Bartlett 1 1/2 years reopen grave  
         
21-Feb Edmond Johnston 25 days reopen grave in sec 8, grave 73  
         
23-Feb Milicent (sic) A. Knight 19 months in section 5 no 22, Edwin Knight, 9x9 feet  
         
25-Feb Ethel Bartlett 6 months in section 7 no 30, without case  
         
26-Feb Harold Whiteway 5? years in family plot with case  
         
28-Feb Rosina Chanceys stillborn female child reopen grave  
         
28-Feb William Rumsey 17 years in section 6 no 3, coffin without case  
         
1-Mar Mary Ann Chafes still born female child reopen grave  
         
2-Mar Alice Grouchie 7 months (?) in section 7 no 27  
         
3-Mar Bennett Short 7 years in govt ground, diptheria  
         
4-Mar Eric Mitchell 2 months in family square Thomas Mitchell  
         
5-Mar Lucrecia J. Barnes 51 years in family square, Sarah Burridge  
         
8-Mar Laura Reid 5 years in section 7 no 26, coffin without case  
         
14-Mar Charles Bennett 1 year in section t no 27, coffin without case  
         
14-Mar Mrs. Susanna Joyces stillborn child reopen grave  
         
18-Mar James Black 3 weeks in section 6 no 14, 8 feet x 8 feet  
         
22-Mar Emma Sexton 14 months in section 7 no 35, reopen grave Note: The name Cornelia was crossed out and Emma written over it.
         
24-Mar Mr. Samuel Bell select family square 9 feet x 9 feet grave 36, sec (??)  
         
PAGE 3        
1898        
28 Mar Florence Gillard 2 years in section 7 no 26, without case  
         
28-Mar Jacob Pond Ages unknown Unknown, in govt ground, coffins without cases. Died in the S.S. Greenland disaster  
     
ditto Fred House  
     
ditto John Thomas  
     
ditto James Howell  
     
ditto Joseph Vincent  
     
ditto William Callaway  
     
ditto John Pinsent  
     
ditto Edwin Davis  
         
28-Mar George Pynn 18 years sec. 6, no 4, coffin without case  
         
28-Mar Cora Tucker 28 years govt ground, Hospital Order  
         
29-Mar Ralph Bragg 1 year, 7 months sec 7, no 23, coffin without case  
         
1-Apr Catherine McCarte 80 years sec 6, no 5, coffin without case  
         
4-Apr Emily Porter 24 years in govt ground  
         
4-Apr William Wilson 62 years sec 6, no 63?, coffin without case  
         
11-Apr Angelina Roberts 28 years in govt ground, Poor Comm order  
         
11-Apr Fanny Bridgman 69 years in family square, James Martin  
         
11-Apr Eleanor Whitten 1 year, 10 months sec 7, no 23, coffin without case  
         
13-Apr Mabel Fry 1 day sec 7, no 22  
         
18-Apr Maria Babstock 45 years sec 6, no 6  
         
21-Apr Maria Bursey 14 years sec 8, no 90, coffin without case  
         
21-Apr Owney? Gooby 1 1 /2 years sec 7, no 22 Maybe Awney
         
23-Apr Edmond Taylor 86 years sec 6, no 7 (?)  
         
PAGE 4        
1898        
25-Apr Bengamin (sic) Sturge 18 years sec 8, no 101, without case  
         
25-Apr Lily Snelgrove 8 years sec 7, no 38  
         
25-Apr Arthur Norman 2 years sec 7, no 25, without case  
         
28-Apr Walter S. Collins 3 1/4 years reopen grave  
         
28-Apr Albart (sic) Rendell 22 years govt ground, Lunatic Asylum  
         
28-Apr James Street 3 months sec 8, no 22, reopen grave  
         
30-Apr Mary Piddle 6 months in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
2-May Lewellyn Jacobs 18 months sec 8,no 17, reopen grave  
         
2-May Gertrude Samson 1 year, 8 months sec 7, no 25 without case  
         
2-May John Best 1 year, 9 months sec 7, no 8, without case  
         
5-May Edith Martin 1 month in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
5-May Elizabeth Mews 2 years in family square James Mews  
         
5-May Minnie Evans 6 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
7-May Alexander Cooper 22 years sec 8, no 19, reopen ground  
         
7-May Alexander Cook 6 years sec 7, no 1, coffin without case  
         
7-May George Humber 17 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
7-May Caroline M. Sinclair 3 months sec 7, no 34, without case  
         
9-May Harry Furneaux 3 years sec 7, no 28 (sic)  
         
9-May Edith Furneax 1 year sec 7,no 28 (sic)  
         
9-May Alfred Barter 9 months sec 7, no 31  
         
9-May Patience Parsons 70 years sec 6, no 8, without case  
         
10-May Arthur Curnew 2 years sec 7, no 41  
         
10-May Edward Noftall 1 year, 4 (?) months sec 7, no 42  
         
PAGE 5        
         
10-May Wallace Strang 3 years in family square with case  
         
11-May Jack Simpson 1 1/2 years reopen grave  
         
11-May Jessie E. Ring (?) 2 years sec 7, no 38, without case  
         
11-May Mrs. Dingles stillborn baby sec 7, no 20 (sic)  
         
11-May Effie Russell 5 years in family square with case  
         
12-May Francis Puddister 13 months reopen grave  
         
12-May Edward Wickens 4 months sec 7, no 20 (sic)  
         
12-May Frederick Morris 2 years sec 7, no 37  
         
12-May Bernice Rennie 8 months in family square with case  
         
13-May John R. Driscoll 3 years sec 7, no 40  
         
14-May Josiah Simmons 1 1/2 years sec 8, no 1?2  
         
14-May Otto Buchanan 15 months at head of sec. 6  
         
17-May John Bartlett 3 years in section 7 no 7  
         
18-May Edwin Fry 1 year reopen grave  
         
18-May Bertha Lewis 2 1/2 years sec 8, no 103  
         
19-May Elizabeth Robbins 36 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
20-May Ethel May Garland 10 months sec 6, no 9  
         
23-May William A. Laher (?) 5 months sec 5?, no 23, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
23-May Elizabeth Holly 36 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
24-May Florance (sic) Rogers 6 years sec 6, no 10, coffin without case  
         
24-May Alfred Pilley 7 1/2 months sec 6, no 11, without case  
         
25-May Gladys Christian 8 months sec 5, no 26, 4 2 ft by 9 ft.  
         
27-May Graham Crocker 1 year, 7 months in family square of Caroline Cowan  
         
PAGE 6        
1998        
30-May Edward Nichol 83 years sec 5, no 40 coffin with case  
         
30-May Eli Milley 20 yers in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
1-Jun Lizzie Evans stillborn
female child
in govt ground, Board of Health Order  
         
1-Jun Elizabeth Haynes 13 years reopen grave, coffin without case  
         
2-Jun Annie Peddle 20 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
6-Jun John T. Butt 6 months in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
7-Jun Ralph Tuff 1 year sec 6, no 12, without case  
         
9-Jun John Gibbons 6 days sec 8, no 104, without case  
         
11-Jun Walter Street 2 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
11-Jun Robert Pearce 7 1/2 years sec 6, no 13, without case  
         
13-Jun Samuel Mead 2 1/2 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
17-Jun Ann Scott 50 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
18-Jun Frederick Noseworthy 2 1/2 years sec 6, no 14, coffin without case  
         
20-Jun Alexander Barnes No Entry select family square grave 20, sec 4, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
20-Jun Albert Barnes 6 days removed  
         
20-Jun Wineford (sic) M. Barnes 3 years, 7 months into family plot  
         
21-Jun Thomas Cave 7 years in family plot without case  
         
22-Jun Herbert A. Howell 1 year, 5 months sec 6, no 15, without case  
         
22-Jun James Jolliff (?) 74 years sec 6, no 16 without case  
         
24-Jun William Squires 18 months in family without case, 9 ft x 9 ft, grave 26, section 4  
         
24-Jun Isabella Black 1 year removed from old ground, in family plot  
         
27-Jun John McNeil 55 years in family square with case  
         
28-Jun Annie Taylor 8 months in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
PAGE 7        
1898        
29-Jun Robert Chafe 11 years in govt ground, Board of Work order  
         
2-Jul Elsie May Loves 6 years, 8 months no 93, sec 8, coffinin wihtout case  
         
7-Jul Frederick Jacobs 5 1/2 years sec 6, no 17, coffin without  
         
9-Jul Victor McCarte 11 months sec 8, no 18, reopen grave  
         
18-Jul Giles Penney 22 years sec 6, no 18, coffin without case  
         
20-Jul Osbourne Jacobs 1 1/2 years reopen grave  
         
20-Jul Henry Earle 68 years in family square with case  
         
21-Jul Elizabeth M. Butt 28 years sec 6, no19, without case  
         
28-Jul Reuben Garland 21 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
29-Jul Elizabeth Noftall 27 years in governement ground poor comm order  
         
29-Jul Absalom Milley 5 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
1-Aug Walter Parchard 10 months reopen grave, coffin without case Note: Originally written as Rebecca then crossed out and Walter written above
         
1-Aug Maxwell Berry 2 months reopen grave, coffin without case  
         
8-Aug Ralph Thomas 2 years in family square without case  
         
8-Aug Ernest Pike 6 months reopen grave  
         
8-Aug Henry G. Morris 6 months in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
15-Aug Harriet Squires stillborn female child in govt ground  
         
16-Aug Beatrice V. Field 16 months sec 6, no 20, without case  
         
16-Aug Edith Horwood 2 weeks reopen grave, without case  
         
19-Aug Edward Rowe 12 days sec 6, no 21, without case  
         
20-Aug Harold G. Squires 1 day sec 6, no 22, without case  
         
20-Aug Herney (sic) Noftall 4 months reopen grave  
         
20-Aug Albert A. Haynes 4 months sec 6, no 23, without case  
         
PAGE 8        
1898        
22-Aug James P. Rooney 5 months in family square James Rooney with case  
         
23-Aug Alexander Rooney No Entry took Possession family square, no 12, sec. 3  
         
25-Aug Frank Wills 9 months in family plot  
         
26-Aug Jessie Cooper 2 months sec 6, no 24, 9 ft x 18 ft  
         
27-Aug Mr. William Rogerson No Entry took possession of lots 42 and 44, sec 5  
         
No Entry Mary Rogerson 7 months coffin with case  
         
27-Aug Celia Sparks 27 years sec 6, no 25, without case  
         
27-Aug William H.? Marshall 5 years reopen grave  
         
27-Aug Edna Flynn 5 months in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
29-Aug Jacob Mercer 2 months reopen grave  
         
29-Aug Janet Pike 5 weeks in family lot with case  
         
29-Aug Eliza A. Reed 22 years sec 8, no 99, reopen grave  
         
30-Aug Rita C. R. Richards 2 months sec 6, no 26 without case  
         
2-Sep Allice (sic) Gillotree 5 months sec 6, no 27, without case  
         
2-Sep Samuel Stark 3 weeks in govt ground, Poor Comm order  
         
3-Sep Frederick V. Milley 1 year sec 6, no 28, without case  
         
5-Sep Winneford Aitken (?) 1 year, 5 months in family plot, reopen grave  
         
5-Sep Mary North 3 months sec 7, no 4 without case  
         
6-Sep Walter Thompson 7 months sec 6, no 29 without case  
         
7-Sep Frederick P. Peters 4 1/2 months family square of J. E. P. Peters with case  
         
7-Sep Thimoty (sic) (?) D. Lane 65 years sec 5, grave 25, 9 ft x 4 2 feet  
         
7-Sep Alonzo J. Snooks 9 months reopen grave  
         
7-Sep Louisa Antle 6 months reopen grave  
         
PAGE 9        
1898        
8-Sep Hilda Minnie Adey 1 year, 3 months sec 6, no 30, coffin without case  
         
8-Sep Richard Biggs 1 1/2 years sec 8, no 7, reopen grave  
         
9-Sep Thomas Dewey 84 years sec 6, no 31, without case  
         
10-Sep Henry Weeks 22 years in old ground, reopen grave  
         
10-Sep Robert Porter 1 year, 5 months old ground, reopen grave  
         
14-Sep Lillian Benson 2 years sec 6, no 22, without case  
         
17-Sep Giles Taylor 2 weeks sec 5, no 44, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
19-Sep Harry Pippy 2 months old ground, reopen grave  
         
19-Sep Emily Chancey 7 months in family square, John Chancey  
         
19-Sep Charles Stephenson 1 year, 4 months sec 6, no 33, without case  
         
19-Sep Emily Cotter 6 1/2 years in family square of Jacob Cotter  
         
19-Sep John Edgar Andrews 6 1/2 months sec 6, no 34, without case  
         
21-Sep Susannah Biggs 12 days sec 6, no 35, without case  
         
24-Sep Beatrice North 1 year sec 6, no 36, without case  
         
27-Sep Robert Don McKenzie 14 years sec 6, no 30, with case  
         
30-Sep Elizabeth Pike 8 years, 4 months sec 6, no 37, without case  
         
3-Oct William Mallard 75 years in govt ground, Inmate Poor Asylum  
         
3-Oct Jonathan Noseworthy 51 years in family square of Cpt. Taylor  
         
5-Oct Zillah (sic)Taylor 44 years sec 5, no 29, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
6-Oct Herbert Porter 1 month reopen grave  
         
9-Oct Edgar R. Peters 10 months in family square without case  
         
11-Oct George? Garland 6 months sec 6, no 39 (?)  
         
13-Oct William Parsons 11 months sect 8, no 72 (?), reopen grave  
         
PAGE 10        
1898        
14-Oct Eliza A Chafe 40 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
18-Oct Samuel G. House 2 1/2 months reopen grave  
         
19-Oct Flora Hayward 1 month reopen grave  
         
21-Oct Charles Taylor 72 years sec 6, no 39, coffin without case  
         
22-Oct Gertrude B. Maunder 8 years sec 6, no 40, without case  
         
22-Oct Frederick T. Parsons 2 months sec 6, no 41, coffin with case  
         
23-Oct Mrs. Clara Holdon stillborn female child sec 6, ???? Page torn away
         
24-Oct Samuel Cowan 1 month in family square, coffin with case  
         
24-Oct John Hananagh (sic) 86 years in govt ground, Inmate Poor Asylum  
         
24-Oct Jane North 9 years in family square, coffin without case  
         
26-Oct Ethel W. Tucker 6 months sec 6, no 42, without case  
         
29-Oct Willifine (sic) Tucker 6 months sec 8, no 60?, reopen grave  
         
31-Oct Susan King 8 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
2-Nov Lucy Driscoll 24 years sec 6, no 43, coffin without case  
         
4-Nov Mrs. Jordan Pynn No Entry took possession family plot, sec. ?, grave 2, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
4-Nov George Pynn 18 years removed to sec 5, grave 2.  
         
5-Nov Ethel Martin 6 weeks in family square without case  
         
7-Nov Elizabeth Garland 2 year, 10 months reopen grave  
         
7-Nov Elizabeth King 13 months sec 6, no 44, without case  
         
7-Nov Rev. T. C. Roberts 29 years sec 6, no 69?, coffin w?????  
         
11-Nov Frederick Cook 5 months sec 6, no 45, without case  
         
12-Nov Robert Evans 3 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
12 Nov Elizabeth E. Ivaney (sic) 75 years section 6 no 46  
         
PAGE 11        
1898        
22-Nov Henry F. Tizzard 1 month sec 6, grave 47, without case  
         
24-Nov Triphene (sic) (?) Ebsary 87 years in family square Jessie H. Lyle  
         
28-Nov Rachael Mews 45 years in family plot with case  
         
1-Dec Lillian Hiscock twin children in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
7-Dec Thomas Woundy 59 years in family plot, coffin without case  
         
10-Dec John Antles stillborn male child in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
16-Dec Gertrude Pittman stillborn infant in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
17-Dec Mary J. Thomass female child, 1 hour reopen grave  
         
19-Dec Edwin Biggs 49 years sec 6, no 48?, without case  
         
20-Dec Thomas Brown 55 years in family square, with case  
         
24-Dec James Payne 33 years sec 2, grave 35, Cpt. Johmas Rumsey's, in family square, 9 ft x 9 ft, with case  
         
30-Dec Lilian May Street 7 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         

Transcribed by: For additional information Please email: Ngaire Genge

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