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United Church Cemetery
Old Perlican
Bay de Verde District

Partial Records (11 of ~500) for Mills Family Only

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Surname Given Born Died Age Spouse Other
Mills Azariah February 9, 1884 November 2,1956 72   Asleep in Jesus
Mills Esther 1877 1891 14    
Mills Archibald November 11, 1881 April 25, 1888 7    
Mills Nehemiah   December 2, 1919      
Mills Keziah   November 25, 1924     Peace Perfect Peace
Mills Ellen   August 29, 1864 84   In Loving Memory of
Nothing in My Hand I bring simply "to thy Cross I Cling"
(Father) Daniel Mills
Ralph Mills - Son
Accident Killed
It was hard to give him up but thy will O God be done
Ralph June 17, 1946 March 7,1975 29  
Mills John 1864 1 November 1948 93    
Mills Catherine 1864 November 1, 1948 84   Forever with the Lord
Mills William J. 1886 1950     Royal Naval Reserve, Lest We Forget
Mills Susanna 1863 April 21, 1928 65 George Also Father and Mother
William and Ann Mills
Lo Where The Silent Marble weeps.
A friend, a Wife, a Mother sleeps
A heart within whose sacred cell
The peaceful virtures
Loved to dwell
Mills James November 6, 1850 July 14, 1916 66 Clementina Gone but not forgotten
Erected by daughter Theresa Clemetina Mills
DOD: 28 September 1925 Age: 70

Transcribed (June 15, 1998) and
Contributed by Veronica Mills Mirra (November 2001)

Transcriber's Notes

On my visit to Old Perlican, Nfld., I wrote down the above headstones. Hope this helps someone. Old Perlican, Mills Cove had, at that time a different name (Mills Cove). My GGfather and Gfather came from Old Perlican and his name is (Gf) Nathaniel Mills.

From Reg Walters in an email to me:
Found out from Harold L. Barrett that Old Perlican has the oldest grave marker known in Nfld. It is dated 1714 for James Parot. The stone is located 200 ft. east of Quinlan's fish plant in a field by itself.

Page Revised by Craig Peterman (Friday March 22, 2013)

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