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St. Luke's Anglican Churchyard
Placentia & St. Mary's District
(Partial 4 of ~65)

Surname Given Born Died Age Spouse Other Information
COLLINS John   Mar 11, 1867 (?) 72    
COLLINS Samuel   Aug 11, 1851 93    
COLLINS William   Nov 29th 1796 (?) 60 (?)   Near this place lies Intombed the remains of William Collins. A principal planter here who was in life respected and in death lamented.
WELSH Richard   7th October 1770 53rd Year   Here Lies the body of Mr. Richard Welsh ___ carryd ___the xtensiv ___ ever d_d this Harbour & Bay for thirty six years with ye greatest Credit. He died the 7th of October 1770 in the 53 year of his Age. feelingly Lamented by his Planters Deale rs and des

Transcribed by Gary Thistle (March 2007)
Photographed & Copyrighted by Karen Collins (2017)

Page Last Modified: Sunday September 13, 2020 (Don Tate)

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