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Photo Contributed by Matt Mullaly
This Earth is affected no more
He was an Affectionate husband
[Information from Third Grave Marker (not shown in photo)]
OF DARTMOUTH, ENG.
OF BOVEY TRACEY, ENG.
|"MARRIED SEPTEMBER 17, 1772 AT ST. JOHN'S,
PLACED BY THEIR DESCENDANTS ON THE OCCASION OF THE
HALFYARD FAMILY REUNION JULY 1994."
Located on the Roy HALFYARD property, just off the Wharf Road,
It is believed that there were a number of other burials at this site, but no one knows who they are, or how many there were! The three markers above are the only ones at the site. Two grandsons of Richard & Elizabeth, Richard Stephen d 1837, age 17 and Richard d 1842, age 30, are both buried in the Methodist/United Cemetery, so Elizabeth may well have been the last person to be buried at this site.
Contributed by Robert R. (Bob) HalfyardPage Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Don Tate)
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