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St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery,
Hillcrest, St., Ramea

Jane M. Crant

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CRANT; John d. Jan 31, 1928 age 22
PENNY; George J. (I will add this info as soon as I find my notes. This was Senator George J. PENNY who actually died in Ottawa and his remains were sent to Halifax and buried with his mother, the following year the remains were returned to Ramea in a "Steel" coffin by his wife Marie (SMART) PENNY and buried here. PENNY; Marie Alphonse, (Again my notes are missing, I will endevor to place that info here. Marie was the wife of George J. and ran the fish plant after his death). PENNY; George d. April 1, 25, 1919 age 73 PENNY; Susannah, beloved wife of George PENNY d. Aug. 25, 1919 age 63 PENNY; Alice Maude infant daughter of George and Susannah, d. Jan. 4, 1885 10 months PENNY; Fredrick, Nov. 4, 1885 aged 4 years PENNY; Minnie, daughter of George and Susannah d. Jan. 5, 1889 aged 9 years PENNY; Albert, d. March 18, 1888 aged 9 months PENNY; Florence, d. Sept. 9, 1898 aged 13 years PENNY; William, d. may 1, 1896 aged 29 PENNY; Victor, d. 1897 aged 2 years CRANT; John, beloved son of Robert and Pricilla, d. April 11, 1910 Willie (small maker next to John) CRANT; Jane M., erected by her sister, Mrs. Moulton; d. Sept. 20, 1895 aged 31 years. CRANT; John, d. Jan. 31, 1928 aged 24 INGRAHAM; Alexander, d. Jan. 15, 1955 aged 74 INGRAHAM; Maud, d. August 30, 1955 aged 69 INGRAHAM; Elizabeth, wife of John INGRAHAM, Oct. 18, 1912 - age 62 Note: John is buried in the Anglican Cemetery at Ramea next to his brother - in - law Robert MOULTON, John and Robert were the best of friends and when Robert died in New York it was his request that his remains be sent back to Ramea and intured next to John, although Robert was a Catholic. Their gravestones read as follows: MOULTON; Robert M., Feb. 21, 1856 - Sept. 6, 1928 In Loving Memory. Transcribers Request: If anyone knows the location of Robert's wife "Mary J. WILCOTT's" Grave, please e-mail me. INGRAHAM; John, Who died Oct. 28, 1917 age 64 Erected by Mother and Son (I believe this means his wife Elizabeth and son Alexander) Mercy, Jesus, Mercy MOULTON; Thomas J., b. July 27, 1882 - d. June 8, 1904; son of Robert and Mary J. MOULTON WILLCOTT; Alexander J., Jan. 10, 1942 - Aug. 30, 1997 in Loving Memory. MacDONALD; Helna, Beloved daughter of William and Mary MacDONALD, died Jun. 29, 1917 age 22; Also daughter Katie, died March 19, 1916; 14 Years McDONALD; Patrick, 1894 - 1967 age 71; Mary, June 27, 1960 87 years Son: Erected by Patrick. AUGUSTUS; Mary 1902 - 1980, Jerry 1897 - 1979 (One Stone) AUGUSTUS; Julio, July 10 ? in North Sidney AUGUSTUS; Jessie, 1899 - 1981, Dominic, 1902 - 1980 All the AUGUSTUS Graves are in one plot surrounded by a Concrete Retaining Wall. Note: Domonic Agustus stowed away on a schooner leaving Portugal of Penny and Son's eventually Penny's brought over the two other brothers (Jerry and Julio).



Compiled by Bill Crant, June, 1988, July 1999.

Posted April 19, 1999

Page Revised: August 2002 (Don Tate)

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