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

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Churches of the General Protestant & Mt. Pleasant Cemeteries

INTERMENTS IN THE GENERAL PROTESTANT CEMETERY
1899

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        
1899        
3-Jan Annie Bragg 19 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
7-Jan Sarah Raynes stillborn female child sec 6, no 49  
         
9-Jan William Spooner 5 months sec 8, no 11, reopen grave  
         
10-Jan Alfred Stuckless 22 years in family plot, coffin without case  
         
11-Jan Elizabeth Bennetts stillborn male child sec 7, no 27, reopen grave  
         
11-Jan Edward Cornick 77 years sec 6, no 50, Coffin without case  
         
11-Jan Jordine (sic) Percy 1 year, 8 months reopen grave  
         
11-Jan Mrs. John Robertson 68 years in family plot John R. Robertson with case  
         
13-Jan Mr. L.G. Chancey No Entry took possession of square 9 feet x 9 feet, greave 45?, sec. 4  
         
16-Jan Mahala Woundy 52 years in family square without case  
         
17-Jan Victoria L. Adey 4 years sec 6, no 30, reopen grave  
         
20-Jan Florrie Candow 5 years sec 7, no 22, reopen grave  
         
20-Jan Henry Fry 1 day sec 7, no 22, reopen grave  
         
23-Jan Kleflay (sic) Bird (?) 46 years in family plot, sec 2, no 21, 9 ft x 9 ft ?Unusual name
         
22-Jan (sic) Bertha Reeds stillborn infant sec 6, no 52  
         
23-Jan Ernest Buttler (sic) 2 years sec 6, no 53, without case  
         
25-Jan Ida Parsons 9 months reopen grave  
         
25-Jan Roger Downs 81 years in family lot with case  
         
26-Jan Jane Noseworthy 76 years reopen grave  
         
27-Jan Gertrude Cadwell 6 months in family plot  
         
30-Jan Henry T. H. Aitken 1 year, 11 months sec 6, no 54, without cause  
         
31-Jan Sarah Inkpens stillborn male child sec 6, no 55  
         
31-Jan William Snow 50 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
PAGE 2        
1899        
1-Feb Marry Ann Farrel 65 years in family lot of J.. Robertson without case  
         
3-Feb Mrytle (sic) M. Lamarquand (?) 6 weeks in family lot without case  
         
4-Feb John C. Dwyer 10 months reopen grave  
         
6-Feb Alice Boone 3 years reopen grave  
         
14-Feb Robert Skirving 6 1/2 months in family lot with case  
         
15-Feb Dinah King 45 years sec 6, no 56, without case  
         
19-Feb Eric Gear 9 months in family lot with case  
         
20-Feb Emma G. Gooby 3 years sec 6, no 16, reopen grave This entire line is crossed out.
         
22-Feb Willie Otto Payne 2 1/2 months in family lot of Capt. Rumsey  
         
24-Feb William T. Wilkenson 3 weeks sec 6, no 57, without case  
         
24-Feb Jane Reynalds 58 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
27-Feb Francis J. Taylor 3 days sec 8, no 81, reopen grave  
         
28-Feb Theodore Prowse 17 years in old ground, reopen grave  
         
4-Mar Walter Parsons 9 months sec 6, no 56?, without case  
         
9-Mar Elizabeth Earle 53 years sec 6, no 59, without case  
         
13-Mar John LeDrew 1 day reopen grave  
         
12-Mar (sic) Samuel Melven 55 years in govt ground, Poor Asylum  
         
14-Mar Lilly Aitken 3 years sec 3, no 27, 4 1/2 ft by 4 ft, diptheria  
         
24-Mar Emily Comenys female child in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
29-Mar John Abbott 52 years sec 6, no 60, without case  
         
31-Mar Rachael Rowe 32 years sec 6, no 61, without case  
         
5-Apr Rhoda J. Manuel 3 years sec 8, no 100, reopen grave  
         
7-Apr Elizabeth Newell 78 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
PAGE 3        
1899        
7-Apr Charles E. McBay (sic) 2 years, 7 months sec 6, no 62, without case  
         
8-Apr Mark Gibbons 2 weeks sec 6, no 63, coffin without case  
         
8-Apr Susannah Winsor 1 year, 5 months sec 6, no 64, without case  
         
10-Apr Violet Hayward 6 months sec 6, no 66, without case  
         
10-Apr Anna McKenzie 37 years in family square with case  
         
10-Apr Dorcas Street 42 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
12-Apr Eliza Peddle 8 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
12-Apr Roland Butler 7 months sec 6, no 67, coffin without case  
         
13-Apr Lousia (sic) Street Tynes 78 years in family plot with case  
         
13-Apr Sarah Raynes 30 years sec 6, no 68, without case  
         
20-Apr Eli Benson 36 years sec 6, no 70, without case  
         
20-Apr Cecilia Clarke 3 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
20-Apr Samuel B. Langmead 35 years in family square, coffin with case  
         
24-Apr Mary McGullivary 74 years in family lot without case  
         
27-Apr Clara Martin 10 months sec 7, no 11, reopen grave  
         
29-Apr Elizabeth Coultas 83 years in family lot, coffin with case  
         
3-May Jane Spooner 36 years sec 6, no 71, without case  
         
3-May Gertrude Tucker 6 years sec 6, no 42, reopen grave  
         
4-May ? Arthur Youden 15 months sec 8, no 57, reopen grave  
         
6-May Mary Cousins 14 years sec 6, no 72, with case  
         
8-May Gladis (sic) Gooby No Entry removed in family square  
         
8-May Gladys Gooby 3 years sec 5, no 10, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
8-May Samuel Wilkinson 64 years sec 6, no 73, without case  
         
PAGE 4        
1899        
         
10-May Mary H. Martin 73 years in family square with case in sec 2, no 33  
         
16-May Cpt. Thomas Rumsey No Entry took possession family plot 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
16-May Trixy Smith 11 years in sec 6, no 74, without case  
         
17-May Sidney Street 12 months in sec 6, no 75, without ???  
         
22-May Marion Horwoods stillborn male child reopen grave  
         
22-May Walter J. Osbourne 3 years sec 6, no 76, without case  
         
22-May Mr. John Haddon No Entry took possession family plot, no 35, sec 6?, 9x9  
         
24-May Albert G. Baldwin 2 years, 4 months sec 6, no 77, coffin without case  
         
26-May Bertha Horwood 26 years family square, 9 x 4 2 feet, sec 3, no 28  
         
27-May Martha Gidge 27 years in govt ground, Inmate Poor Asylum  
         
29-May Jane Noseworthy No Entry removed from her daughter's no  
         
2-Jun Elizabeth Milley 65 years sec 6, no 79, with case  
         
3-Jun Amelia L. Sevier 9 months sec 6, no 78?, without case  
         
5-Jun Selena (sic )Cooper 6 years sec 6, no 80, without case  
         
7-Jun William G. Penney 12 years sec 6, no 18, reopen grave  
         
8-Jun Rendell Taylor 4 years sec 6, no 89, reopen grave  
         
9-Jun William H. LeDrew 57 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
12-Jun Fanny Jane Pike 56 years 1/2 family lot, sec 4, no 27, 4 2 x 9 feet  
         
12-Jun Elsie Austin 15 months sec 6, no 81  
         
13-Jun Mrs. Samuel Langdown No Entry in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
16-Jun Robert Parsons 2 hours sec 6, no 82, without case  
         
17-Jun Mrs. Arthur Daimonds (sic)(?) Stillborn child in family lot  
         
20-Jun Ernest Fleet 7 years reopen grave , without case  
         
PAGE 5        
1899        
20-Jun Edith A. Fenwick 13 months family square, 9 x 9, sec 5, no 4  
         
20-Jun Walter Ivany 23 years in govt ground, the Inmate Hospital  
         
23-Jun Edwin J. Day 9 years sec 6, no 83, coffin without case  
         
30-Jun Mr. William B. Smith No Entry took possession of family square, sec 5, no 6, 9x9  
         
30-Jun Gladys Smith 4 years, 11 months in family square, coffin with case  
         
1-Jul Judge Morison (sic) No Entry took possession squares 31 & 32, sec 3  
         
5-Jul Jane Senno (?) 22 years sec 6, no 84, coffin without case  
         
5-Jul Alfred Ridout (sic) 28 years sec 6, no 85, coffin without case  
         
6-Jul Marjorie Morison (sic) 16 1/2 years in family square, coffin with case  
         
7-Jul The estate of John Leddinghamtook possession of square 14, in sec 4, 9x9 feet  
         
7-Jul Walter Earle 7 days sec 6, no 59, reopen grave  
         
7-Jul Fannie Cox 52 years in family square in sec. 2, no 14, with case  
         
7-Jul George Goudie 71 years in family square without case  
         
8-Jul Eliza Butler 70 years in family square, sec 4, no 31, 9 x 9  
         
12-Jul Birtha (sic) Biggs stillborn child sec 6, no 48, reopen grave Note: Edwin crossed out, Birtha written above
         
14-Jul Alfred Christainsen 18 years in govt ground, coffin without case  
         
15-Jul Annie Boyd Sclater (?) 45 years in family lot, with case  
         
17-Jul Mr. Reuben Horwood No Entry took family square, no 26, sec 3, 9 x 9  
         
18-Jul Solomon Milley 80 years in family lot with case  
         
18-Jul Ethel Murray 5 years sec 7, no 30 reopen grave  
         
19-Jul Calia Keats 62 years in old ground, without case  
         
24-Jul Florence Martin Tucker 16 years in left cross square, sec 2, no 38  
         
26-Jul William Fleet 30 years in sec 6, no 88, coffin without case  
         
PAGE 6        
1899        
25-Jul (?) Two stillborn, illegitimate children No Entry Govt Order  
         
28-Jul Jane S. Duder 75 years in family plot with case  
         
28-Jul John Thomas 42 years sec 6, no 89, without case  
         
3-Aug James Martin 4 years sec 6, no 90, without case  
         
3-Aug Edith L. Herder 8 months in family square without case  
         
12-Aug Chesley Greenland 2 months govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
21-Aug Harry Pippy 3 weeks sec 6, no 91, without case  
         
22-Aug Thomas Barnes 28 years in family plot of A. Barnes Note: Alexander was crossed out and Thomas written over
         
27-Aug Caroline R. Reid 77 years in family plot with case  
         
28-Aug James Snelgrove 2 1/2 months in sec 6, no 92, without case  
         
29-Aug Jeanie C. Prowse 65 years in family square, 9 x 18 feet  
         
30-Aug Francis Hamlyn 32 years in the old ground, without  
         
4-Sep Ethel M. Bastow 6 months sec 6, no 93, without case  
         
5-Sep Maria Parsons 34 years in govt ground, Lunatic Asylum  
         
5-Sep Mr. John Cowan No Entry took squares 33 and 34 in sect 3.  
         
8-Sep George Driscoll 3 months reopen grave  
         
18-Sep Lillen (sic) M. Coffel 19 years sec 6, no 94, without case  
         
18-Sep Hilda Best 4 months in the old ground  
         
19-Sep Sarah Bradley 24 years reopen grave , sec 8, no 70  
         
19-Sep Jacob Ridout (sic) No Entry took possession family square, sec 6, no 33?, 9 x 9  
         
19-Sep John Buttler (sic) 54 years sec 6, no 95, without case  
         
25-Sep Cpt. Robert Nesbett (sic) 51 years sec 5, no 50, 9x9  
         
27-Sep Amelia Shanno (?) 53 years sec 6, no 96, without case  
         
PAGE 7        
1899        
4-Oct Fred Collins 4 days reopen grave , without case  
         
4-Oct William Bartlett 5 months sec 7, no 7, reopen grave  
         
4-Oct George D.? Godden No Entry removed to square 3, sec 5, 9 x 9  
         
5-Oct Violet M. Critch 1 month sec 6, no 97, coffin without case  
         
7-Oct Patiance (sic) Collins stillborn female child Poor Comm Order  
         
7-Oct prematurely born infant No Entry No Entry  
         
9-Oct Joseph LeDrew 19 years sec 6, no 98, coffin without case  
         
11-Oct William Dalton 5 months sec 6, no 99, without case  
         
14-Oct Sophia Ebsary 16 years sec 6, no 100, without case  
         
14-Oct Helena G. Hodder 3 days sec 6  
         
16-Oct Richard Ebsary 90 years in family square of Jessie Lyle, without case  
         
16-Oct Lousia (sic)Vay (sic) 81 years in family square, without case  
         
17-Oct Mary George 21 years in govt ground, St. John's Hospital  
         
19-Oct Keziah LeDrew 52 years sec 6, no 101, without case  
         
21-Oct Elizabeth King 40 years govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
23-Oct Mrs. Lillen (sic) Galton stillborn male child sec 8, no 82, reopen grave  
         
23-Oct Bertha Pikes stillborn male child in family square  
         
25-Oct Maria Brazil 47 years sec 6, no 102, coffin in case  
         
27-Oct Mr. William H. Whitley No Entry took possession squares 43 & 44, sec 4.  
         
27-Oct Susannah Harman 49 years in govt ground, Inmate Lunatic Asylum  
         
3-Nov William Crocker 45 years in govt ground, Inmate Lunatic Asylum  
         
3-Nov George Thomas Parsons 24 years grave 1, sec 1, coffin with case  
         
6-Nov Sarah Manuel 60 years grave 1, sec 1, reopen grave  
         
PAGE 8        
1899        
8-Nov Fred J. King 2 years in govt ground, reopen ground  
         
8-Nov Annie G. Crews 7 weeks in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
13-Nov James Vay (sic) 4 months in family square  
         
15-Nov Sussanah (sic) Dwyer 78 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
17-Nov Thomas Dawe 2 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
21-Nov Alexander Selessor (?) 1 year, 7 months sec 1, no 2, coffin with case  
         
23-Nov William G. Ivany 20 years sec 1, no 3, without case  
         
23-Nov Rachael Millers stillborn male child Poor Comm  
         
25-Nov Harriet (sic) L. Cooper 26 years sec 1, no 4, without case  
         
25-Nov Selina (sic) Richards 42 years sec 1, no 5, without case  
         
27-Nov Archibald Whiteway 10 days sec 1, no 6, without case  
         
29-Nov Rachael Miller 39 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
4-Dec Marthia (sic) Fogwell 57 years in family square, no 31, sec 5, 9 x 9  
         
4-Dec Emily Bradbury 29 years sec 1, no 7, with case  
         
6-Dec Pheobe (sic) Pynn 21 years sec 1, no 8, without case  
         
6-Dec William Peddle 46 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
9-Dec Sarah J. Reid 23 years sec 1, no 9, without case  
         
11-Dec Gordon Sinclair 4 months sec 1, no 10, coffin without case  
         
15-Dec William Young 44 years sec 1, no 11, coffin without case  
         
19-Dec Hilda May Sparks 8 months sec 1, no 12, without case  
         
22-Dec Thomas Percival Peters 16 years in family square with case  
         
26-Dec Rachel Coveyducks stillborn male child in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
27-Dec Mrs. Belinda Kings female children, one hour sec 1, no 13,  
         
PAGE 9        
1899        
28-Dec Theophilies Evens 40 years in govt ground, Poor Comm Hospital Order  
       

Transcribed by: For additional information Please email: Ngaire Genge

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