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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
1900

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        
1900        
Jan 3 1900 Minnie Hamlyn 32 years in family square, no 8, sec 5 with case  
         
4-Jan George North 7 weeks in family square, without case  
         
5-Jan Lalla (sic) May Chafe 6 yeras in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
6-Jan Harold Milligan 2 eyars in family square with case  
         
8-Jan Ellinor (sic)Whittens stillborn male child sec 7, no 23  
         
9-Jan Bengim (sic) Driscoll 41 years    
         
9-Jan William Shano 59 years sec 6, no 96, reopen grave  
         
11-Jan Lea Puchard (?) 26 years sec 1, no 14, coffin without case  
         
15-Jan Mary Florence North 16 months in family squre without case  
         
16-Jan James Murray 57 years in family square with case  
         
18-Jan William Garland 26 years sec 1, no 15, coffin without case  
         
19-Jan Florence M Hodder 1 year, 5 months sec 6, reopen grave  
         
19-Jan Elizabeth J. Searle 49 years in family square with case  
         
22-Jan Mary Jane Milley 47 years sec 1, no 16 coffin without case  
         
23-Jan Capt Joseph Ireland 66 years sec 1, no 63, with case  
         
23-Jan George E. Taylor 45 years in family square, sec 4, no 34, 9 ft x 9 ft, with case  
         
23-Jan Alexandra R. Coyle 15 months sec 1, no 17, without case  
         
25-Jan Joseph Pynn 62 yers sec 1, no 18, without case  
         
27-Jan Peter Eales (sic) 35 years in family square with case  
         
29-Jan Margaret A. Powell 1 year, 2 months sec 1, no 19, without case  
         
PAGE 2        
1900        
1-Feb Mrs. Diana Ayres stillborn female child    
         
3-Feb Emma Watson 28 days sec 1, no 20 without case  
         
4-Feb Naomia (sic) Butler 46 years in family square with case  
         
5-Feb Harold W. Spooner 4 months sec 8, no 58, reopen grave  
         
5-Feb Elsie May Ash 3 years sec 1, no 21 without case  
         
5-Feb Herbert Clarke 7 months sec 8, no 97 reopen grave  
         
6-Feb Harry Ivany 4 years sec 1, no 22, without case  
         
7-Feb John Whitten 1 month sec 1, no 23, reopen grave  
         
9-Feb Edith Furneaux 3 months sec 7, no 25, reopen grave  
         
9-Feb Ann Spracklin 72 years in govt ground, Inmate Asylum sumation  
         
10-Feb Elsie Clarke 7 months sec 1, no 24, without case  
         
10-Feb Joseph Moore 1 month sec 2, no 39 reopen grave  
         
10-Feb Elizabeth Stuckless (sic) stillborn female child    
         
16-Feb George King 16 months sec 7, no 33, reopen grave  
         
16-Feb William Coyle 6 months sec 1, no 17, reopen grave  
         
16-Feb William Davis 3 months in old ground, reopen grave  
         
16-Feb Sarah Garland 26 years sec 1, no 17?, coffin wihtout case  
         
19-Feb Gladys Butler 1 year in family lot with case, sec 2, no 16, 9 ft by 9 ft  
         
20-Feb Norman Sparks 9 months old ground reopen grave  
         
20-Feb Emma Pike 2 years sec 1, no 25 without case  
         
20-Feb Herbert Murray 2 years sec 1, no 26, without case  
         
22-Feb Maisie (?) Bradley 6 months in family lot sec 2, no 37, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
24-Feb Isaac French 73 years in family lot, sec 3, no 13, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
PAGE 3        
1900        
26-Feb Ethel Raynes 16 months sec 1, no 27 coffin without case  
         
27-Feb Ronald Antle 4 days sec 1, no 28 without case  
         
27-Feb Mary Chafe 15 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
28-Feb Florrie Thistle 3 weeks in old ground, reopen grave  
         
2-Mar Winnifred McKay 1 year, 7 months sec 6, no 62 reopen grave  
         
2-Mar Uriah Hall 80 years in govt ground, Inmate Lunatic Asylum  
         
2-Mar James Elford 8 months sec 1, no 29 without case  
         
2-Mar Stella B. Adey 1 year, 8 months sec 1, no 30 without case  
         
5-Mar Samuel White 73 years in govt ground Inmate Poor Asylum  
         
6-Mar Hezekiah Garland 63 years sec 1, no 31 coffin without case  
         
8-Mar Elisha Martin 6 weeks sec 1, no 32 without case  
         
8-Mar George P. Taylor 35 years sec 8, no 81 without case  
         
9-Mar William Gilletty (?) 36 years sec 1, no 33, coffin without case May be Gilletly
         
10-Mar Doris Horwood 34 years sec 1, no 34, coffin without case NOTE: This entry crossed out with note
Removed to old ground.
         
10-Mar Joseph Parsons 2 months sec 1, no 35 without case  
         
12-Mar Flossie M. Reid 4 months sec 1, no 36 without case  
         
21-Mar Ethel May Tuff 4 1/2 months sec 6, no 12 reopen grave  
         
23-Mar Thomas Grimes 3 days sec 1, no 37 coffin without case  
         
26-Mar Walter C. Barrett 2 2 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
26-Mar Margret Gibbons 7 months sec 8, no 104 reopen grave  
         
27-Mar Cyril Bennett 2 1/2 years sec 1, no 38 without case  
         
28-Mar Chestley (sic) Down 14 months sec 1, no 39 coffin with case  
         
29-Mar Soloman King 49 years in family square with case  
         
PAGE 4        
1900        
31-Mar Murial Va?? (?) 15 months coffin without case, reopen grave  
         
3-Apr William Antle 37 years coffin without case, reopen grave  
         
5-Apr Elsie Dingle 2 days sec 7, no 20 reopen grave  
         
6-Apr Willim (sic) Brown 63 years in govt ground, Poor Comm  
         
7-Apr Cecil Garland 11 months sec 1, no 40 coffin with case  
         
7-Apr Henry Garland 3 months sec 6, no 9 reopen grave  
         
7-Apr John Bastow 81 years in family square without case  
         
9-Apr Escvey (?) Targett (sic) 46 years sec 1, no 41, coffin without case  
         
10-Apr Mrs. E. Lodges stillborn male child sec 1, no 42  
         
10-Apr Sarah Theronen (?) 30 years in family square with case  
         
11-Apr Annie Durdle 18 years in govt ground without case Gen. Hospital order  
         
11-Apr Naomi Wiseman 10 years sec 1, no 43 without case  
         
21-Apr Elizabeth Dimond (sic) 34 years sec 1, no 44 without case  
         
22-Apr Mrs. MacPhersons son 1 week in family square of James Gibson with case  
         
22-Apr Thomas White 45 (?) years sec 1, no 45 without case  
         
23-Apr Annie Richards 19 months sec 1, no 5 reopen grave  
         
25-Apr Hettie L. Hodder 3 years sec 1, no 46 without case  
         
27-Apr Lizzie March 9 years sec 1, no 48 without case  
         
28-Apr Mary Dalton 8 months sec 1, no 49 without case  
         
29-Apr Elsie May Perchard 1 year sec 1, no 14 reopen grave  
         
30-Apr John J. S. MacCarte? 1 year sec 6, no 5, reopen grave  
         
30-Apr Harriet Sarah Ivany 3 years sec 1, no 50 coffin without case  
         
8-May Josiah King 52 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
PAGE 5        
1900        
10-May Emily Garland 28 years sec 1, no 51 coffin without case  
         
14-May Mrs. Angus Douglas stillborn male child sec 1, no 52  
         
15-May Eda S. Pelley 14 months in govt ground without case  
         
16-May Sarah May Manuel 8 months sec 7, no 34 reopen grave  
         
21-May Mrs. William Coyell 85 years in family square with case  
         
22-May Hazel Walsh 3 months sec 1, no 53 without case  
         
22-May Chas. Bradley removed two children to family plot  
         
28-May Lizzie Seawards stillborn child in govt ground  
         
3-Jun Alice Evans 2 months sec 1, no 54 without case  
         
3-Jun Kathleen ?. Smith 15 months in family plot with case  
         
4-Jun Mrs. Antle 73 years sec 1, no 55 coffin with case  
         
4-Jun Alexandra Taylor 70 years in family plot with case  
         
5-Jun Sarah A. Harvey 79 years sec5, no 58, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
12-Jun Jusuha (sic) Pike 73 years sec 1, no 56 coffin with case  
         
15-Jun R. W. Cram took possession of no 57, sec 1  
         
19-Jun George Whiteway 60 years in govt ground without case  
         
20-Jun Elizabeth Pilley 59 years sec 1, no 58, without case  
         
21-Jun Mary B. Stowe 20 years sec 1, no 59 without case  
         
23-Jun Elizabeth Rumsey 82 years sec 6, no 3, reopen grave  
         
24-Jun Robert Score 20 years in family square with case  
         
26-Jun Ida J. Hanvohan (sic) (?) 10 months sec 1, no 60 without case  
         
28-Jun Sarah Annie Dwyer 5 months sec 1, no 61, without case  
         
3-Jul Mrs. Fran (?) Adrian 86 (?) years in family lot with case  
         
PAGE 6        
1900        
3-Jul Mr. T. J. Duley took possession of square 9 ft x 9 ft, sec 4, no 41  
         
9-Jul Malcolm Avery 4 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
16-Jul Herbet? Newmans 6 months in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
17-Jul Mrs S. R. March 45 years in family plot, no 57, sec 5, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
18-Jul Mr. Robert Templeton took possession of no 59 and 60, sec 5, 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
18-Jul Violet Cooper 3 months sec 6, no 24 reopen grave  
         
30-Jul Nellie Mercer 48 years in Richard Myles plot without case  
         
1-Aug Herbert Clark 4 months in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
3-Aug Jessie Barnes 16 years sec 1, no 62, coffin without case  
         
7-Aug John Albert Butt 25 (?) years sec 6, no 19 reopen grave  
         
9-Aug James G. Meldrum 35 years sec 1, no 64, Petty Officer on board H.M.S. Charg?????  
         
18-Aug Mrs. John Bond 82 years in family square with case  
         
20-Aug William Bearnes 64 years in family square of Thomas Barnes with case  
         
20-Aug Thomas Boone 3 months in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
22-Aug Albert Parsons 5 months sec 7, no 39 reopen  
         
24-Aug Mrs. Bartletts stillborn male child in family plot of ????  
         
25-Aug Chesley Noftal 2 1/2 years sec 7, no 42 reopen grave  
         
27-Aug Livinia (sic)Taylor 3 weeks sec 1, no 65 without case  
         
27-Aug J. B. Martin took possession of family plot 9 ft x 9 ft  
         
27-Aug Mary Fleet 92 years reopen grave , without case  
         
27-Aug Edith Tucker 47 years sec 1, no 66, coffin wit????? Page fold obscures edge
         
29-Aug Capt. A. Johns take possession of family square??????? Page fold obscures edge
         
31-Aug Gordon C. Thompson 5 months sec 1, no 10 reopen grave  
         
PAGE 7        
1900        
5-Sep Elise Manuel 3 years sec 1, no 67 without case  
         
8-Sep Janet Morris 42 years in govt ground Poor Order  
         
12-Sep Mrs. Hamilton Weeks took possession double squares, 9 ft x 18 ft, sec 5, no 61 and 62  
         
15-Sep Maud Frampton 11 months sec 1, no 68 without case  
         
17-Sep Eva J. Milley Bartlett 1? day in family square of James Milley  
         
17-Sep William E. Fleet 2 months reopen grave  
         
19-Sep Jessie Snelgrove 1 month sec 7?, no 60? reopen grave  
         
20-Sep Bruce Blandford 3 months sec 1, no 69 without case  
         
21-Sep Lavinia A.Tucker 75 years in family square, sec 4, no 25, 9 ft. x 9 ft  
         
22-Sep Hubert Driscoll 2 months sec 1, no 70 without case  
         
24-Sep William Luther 5 2 months sec 1, no 71 without case  
         
27-Sep Louisa J. Blandford 3 months sec 1, no 69 reopen grave Appears to be second of a twin, see Bruce Blandford above
         
1-Oct Naomi Bragg 43 years sec 1, no 72 without case  
         
2-Oct Weston B. Sparks 5 months sec 1, no 73 without case  
         
2-Oct Robert Rose 67 years sec 1, no 74, without case  
         
3-Oct Capt. William Knight 85 years in family square with case  
         
6-Oct Alice Meadus 4 months sec 1, no 75 without case  
         
9-Oct William B. Janes 6 months sec 1, no 76 coffin with case  
         
11-Oct Robert J. Pearce 5 months sec 1, no 77 without case  
         
18-Oct Ralph Rodgers 3 months sec 1, no 78 without case  
         
18-Oct Sarah E. Ivany 15 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
18-Oct Alexander McKenzie 44 years in family square with case, sec 6, no ?  
         
18-Oct Elizabeth Coultas (sic) 6 months sec 1, no 79 without case  
         
PAGE 8        
1900        
19-Oct Amos Luff (sic) 21 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
19-Oct Louisa Morris 4 weeks sec 1, no 80 without case  
         
19-Oct Hubert Youdan 7 months sec 1, no 81 without case  
         
22-Oct Emma J. Whiteway 50 years in govt ground, Poor Order  
         
23-Oct Ralph Hancock 3 1/2 years sec 1, no 82 without case  
         
25-Oct Ethel May Roberts 6 months reopen grave  
         
27-Oct Mary White 31 years (?) in govt ground, Poor Order could be 81
         
29-Oct Annie Barns 35 years sec 1, no 83, without case  
         
1-Nov Miss Rices illegitimate child 1 day sec 1, no 84 without case  
         
2-Nov Caroline Carnew 14 years sec 1, no 85 without case  
         
3-Nov Jethro Parsons 4 months in govt ground Poor Order  
         
5-Nov George Hancock 55 years in govt ground Poor Order  
         
7-Nov Elizabeth S???y (?) 11 years sec 1, no 43 reopen grave Sluey?, Slucy?
         
9-Nov Georgena (sic) Trenchard 26 years in family square without case  
         
10-Nov Mrs. Crockers female child 1 day sec 1, no 86  
         
14-Nov Chesley Max Taylor 3 months sec 1, no 87  
         
19-Nov Mrs. William LeShana's stillborn female child sec 1, no 88 Might be LeShumas?
         
22-Nov Lilian Bartlett 4 months in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
24-Nov Begamin (sic) Chafe 54 years in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
3-Dec Maud E. Noftall 1 year sec 1, no 89 without case  
         
10-Dec Mathew Baggs 39 years in govt ground Lunatic Asylum  
         
11-Dec Catherine McNevin 11 years sec 1, no 90 without case  
         
13-Dec Frances J. Pike 76 years in family lot with case Could be Francis?
         
PAGE 9        
1900        
18-Dec John Short 2 days sec 1, no 91 without case  
         
19-Dec Elsie Foster 19 months in govt ground Poor Comm  
         
20-Dec Hon. J. S. Pitts took possession of numbers 57, 58, 59, 60, sec 4  
         
20-Dec Fanny C. Syme (?) 36 years in family lot of Hon. J. S. Pitts with case  
         
22-Dec Mrs. Mark Earles stillborn child sec 1, no 92  
         
24-Dec John Russell 71 years in govt ground Inmate Poor Asylum  
         
24-Dec Mrs Mary Jane Morris 51 years Sect 1 no 93 Without case  
         
26-Dec Louisa Green 60 years in family lot with case  
         
31-Dec Mr. James  S. C. Tessier 59 years in family lot with case  
         

Transcribed by: For additional information Please email: Ngaire Genge

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