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SALVAGE

CEMETERY,

BONAVISTA BAY DISTRICT,
NEWFOUNDLAND

One of the oldest communities in Bonavista Bay, Salvage has five graveyards.
The oldest of these is on Burden's Point, just inside of Salvage Harbour,
and it has eleven readable (or partially readable) headstones.

# SURNAME GIVEN BORN DIED AGE INFO
1. DYKE Edward   Feb. 1, 1865 56? years  
             
2. DYKE ????       (Actually only KE visible)
             
3 DYKE .William        
             
4. BROWN John       son of Thomas and Caroline BROWN d. Dec.29, 1860
             
5. TRIM Mary   29 Dec., 1859 66 years In memory of
             
6. BROWN Jane   who departed this life Nov. 6, 1837? 32 years Sacred to the memory of beloved wife of Joseph BROWN
NOTE:
7, 8 and 9 all contained within a two-foot high iron fence.
7. BURDEN David   March 26, 1861 7 mo. In memory of son of James & Elizabeth BURDEN
7 BURDEN Hannah   Sept. 29, 1865 11 their daughter
8. BURDEN Joseph   1852   Sacred to the memory of son of James & Elizabeth BURDEN
9. BURDEN Susanna   Sept. 2, 1886 3 mo. daughter of James & Elizabeth BURDEN
             
10. KELLEGREW Mary   March ,1866 19 daughter of Edward KELLEGREW teacher under the c & c? Church society Sacred to the memory of
   
11. Sacred to the memory of J___?)__ _______ ________ Native of ________ shire
(This may be James R. Sheldon, Salvage=s first teacher, who died here about 1830. A local retired NF Power employee says he saw Sheldon=s headstone here in 1970.)

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

Page Last Modified: Tuesday February 19, 2019 (Don Tate)

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