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 A snug little cove between Goodmans Island and Richards Island, two islands 
 that form part of the enclosure around Barrow Harbour. As far as is known, 
 HANCOCK is the only family to have resided here permanently(1840s - 1920s). 
 The cemetery is at the eastern end of Goodmans, among a grove of evergreens. 
 In September 1999 there were two marble headstones with writing, one small 
 marble marker with no inscription and six slate slabs stuck on end with no 
 inscriptions. The two inscribed were as follows:
          In                                              Stephen
        Memory                                             son of
          of                                             Eli & Jane
    VICTOR HANCOCK                                         HENCOCK
  Died Jan. 15, 1906                                  Died Oct. 29, 1915
     Aged 17 years                                       Age 1 month




Submitted by: W. Roy Babstock
(June 15th, 2000)

Page Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Don Tate)

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