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NEWELL'S ISLAND


ANGLICAN CEMETERY

Bonavista District

Unlike Ship Island and Batterton's Island, Newell's Island never had a land connection to main "Pond" Island, yet its population was sometimes included as part of the total population of Greenspond, except in 1911, when Newell's Island was listed as having a population of 114 persons in 23 households. The family surnames at that time were Burry, Carter, Cooze, Hunt, with one person whose surname was Durham. After 1950 all families left Newell's Island . While he was holidaying at Greenspond during the summer of 2009, Charlie Etsell, who is married to a descendant of Newell's Island, collected the information below from the headstones in the old Anglican Cemetery. Transcribed and submitted by Domino Howse.

SurName Given Name Born Died Comment Additional Information
Burry Saul 1863 1940    
Burry Frances 1871 1946    
Burry William 1893 1912    
Burry Mona   July 15, 1922 10 yrs. 9 mos. Beloved daughter of Saul & Frances
Carter James   Oct. 21 , 1863 44 years  
Carter David   Aug 15, 1862 30 years  
Carter William   April 18, 1885 58 years  
Carter Caroline   July 31, 1911 76 years Wife of William Carter
Carter John G.   March 26, 1902 16 yr. 6 mo.  
Carter Maud   Mar. 17, 1892 12 mo. 6 days Beloved child of Ethelred & Mary**
Cooze Walter 1876 1944   Born May 1875, Pouch Isld. (1921 Census)
Cooze Saul 1905 1922   Son of Walter Cooze
Durham Benjamin   Oct 26, 1862 71 years ( Drowned while hauling seal nets.)
Durham Jane   April 11, 1882 83 years  
Harper Charles   Feb 17, 1866 67 years  
Humphries Susanna   May 25, 1859 29 yrs. Wife of George Humphries.
Way Arthur H.   April 13, 1935 1 yr. 2 mo.  
**Mary Jane (Brown) Carter, born 1861, Wife of Ethelred Carter Sr. above, was the eldest sister of my maternal Grandfather, Thomas Brown (1890-1946), (see S.A. Cemetery, Hare Bay, B. Bay). DH.

Contributed and Transcribed by Domino Howse, July, 2009

Page Last Modified: Thursday November 17, 2016
(Kevin Reddigan)

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