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New Methodist Cemetery
Trinity Bay District
| Hatchet Cove is a small fishing community just South of Random Island in Trinity Bay District, Newfoundland. It was first settled around the 1850's. The community, though small, has families who are typically one of two religions - Anglican or United Church of Canada. There are four small cemeteries found within this community.
The headstones were read, recorded and transcribed by FRANK KING, May 1999. While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors.
|NEW UNITED CHURCH CEMETERY|
|SMITH||Joan||Rita||Nov.29,1941||Aug. 17,1996||Family||"Wonderful memories woven in gold - These are the memories we tenderly hold - Deep in our hearts her memory is kept - To love, to cherish and never forget"|
|SMITH||Nathaniel||1899||1985||Beyond the sunset ...|
|SMITH||Alice M.||1903||1993||Beyond the sunset ...|
|SMITH||Belinda||Marie||1938||1973||family||"The call was sudden - The shock severe - To part with one - We loved so dear"|
|BLUNDON||Eliab||husband of Lydia Ann||June 5,1892||March 5,1973||his wife and family||"The pearly gates were opened - A gentle voice said come - and with farewells unspoken - he gently entered home. Age 80 years, 9 mons."|
|BLUNDON||Lydia||Ann||wife of Eliab||August 29,1894||Oct. 24,1975||the family||"God took her home it was his will - Within our hearts she liveth still. Age 81 yrs 2 mons"|
|ROBBINS||William||Thomas||husband of Elizabeth Jane||1886||April 30th 1943||"Thou art gone but not forgotten - Never shall thy memory fade - Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger - Round the grave where thou art laid. Aged 66 years, 10 months"|
|ROBBINS||Elizabeth||Jane||wife of William Thomas||1896||April 21st 1989||"Til the day breaks and the shadows flee away. Age 93 years, 5 mons"|
|ROBBINS||Eli||John||husband of Annie Irene||1902||1995||"Beyond the sunset. LOBA"|
|ROBBINS||Annie||Irene||wife of Eli John||1914||living||"Beyond the sunset. LOBA"|
|ROBBINS||Marion||M.||daughter of Elizabeth||Dec 30th 1924||Mar 12th 1925||Safe in the arms of Jesus|
|ROBBINS||Elizabeth||wife of Benoni||1901||29 October 1995||"Though thy face be lost to sight, to memory thou art dear. LOBA. Age 94"|
|ROBBINS||Benoni||husband of Elizabeth||1898||6 June 1990||"Able seaman Royal Naval Reserve WW1 2719X"|
|ROBBINS||Eleazor||husband of Belinda||1872||1967||To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.|
|ROBBINS||Belinda||wife of Eleazor||1874||1968||To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.|
|ROBBINS||Stephen||1909||1997||Gone but not forgotten.|
|ROBBINS||Eliab||son of Eleazar & Belinda||April 4,1898||March 8,1926||"R.N.R. ( Royal Naval Reserve) - Gave his service to King and country for four years. - Its hard to say the one we loved so soon should pass away. - To sleep within the silent grave art moulder in the clay."|
|ROBBINS||Wesley||Sheirlock||son of Eleazer & Belinda||June 1907||July 15th 1909||Age 2 yrs 1 month 15 days|
|ROBBINS||Allan||McKinley||son of Eleazar & Belinda||Dec. 25,1912||April 12,1913||"In loving memory of Beloved child of"|
|ROBBINS||Caroline||daughter of Stephen & Edna||1905||Mar 11th 1936||"In loving memory of - Beloved daughter of - Aged 20 years 7 months"|
|ROBBINS||Edna||wife of Stephen||Aug 29,1889||April 18,1977||"Not lost to memory nor to love - But safe in our father's home above."|
|ROBBINS||Stephen||Taylor||husband of Edna||Aug. 22nd 1878||Aug. 24th 1959||his wife||"He shall sleep but not forever - There will be a gorgeous dawn - We shall meet to part no never - on the resurrection morn."|
|ROBBINS||Eliab||child of Stephen & Edna||1913||Sept 21st 1913||"Two darling children of Stephen and Edna Robbins. Age 10 days"|
|ROBBINS||Alice||Maud||child of Stephen & Edna||1920||Sept 7 1922||"Two darling children of Stephen and Edna Robbins. Age 2 years 2 months"|
|ROBBINS||William||Lench||child of Stephen & Edna||April 20th 1927||April 30th 1927||"Aged 10 days. Asleep in Jesus"|
|ROBBINS||Belinda||child of Stephen & Edna||Feb 2nd 1931||Feb 23rd 1931||"Aged 21 days. Asleep in Jesus"|
|ROBBINS||Henry||John||husband of Elsie R.||1888||Jan 8th 1954||"Age 66 years. Our loved one sleeps here."|
|ROBBINS||Elsie||S.||wife of H.J. Robbins||1893||Oct. 3rd 1962||"Take her in thine arms dear Lord - and never let her be - The wonder of love - between our hearts and thee"|
|ROBBINS||Isaac||Eliab||Dec 22,1926||Jan. 1 , 1927||At home in heaven|
|ROBBINS||William||Thomas||son of John & Elsie||1914||Dec 22nd, 1916|
|wooden cross||foot of Delilah Brown||This may be John Brown husband of Delilah Brown|
|BROWN||Delilah||Pearl||wife of John Brown||Aug. 24,1923||Jan. 24,1951||her husband and family||"God knows how much I miss her - Never shall her memory fade - Our thoughts shall ever wander - To the spot where she is laid."|
|BROWN||Shirley||Feb 10 1945||Feb 25 1945|
|Wooden cross||left of Shirley Brown|
|Wooden cross||2nd left of Shirley Brown|
|Wooden cross||3rd left of Shirley Brown|
|Wooden cross||4th left of Shirley Brown|
|Wooden cross||5th left of Shirley Brown|
Transcribed by Frank King (1999)
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