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Picture on Left Photographed by Debbie Frazer (2007)
Picture on Right Photographed by Joan and Ken Hotson (2010)
TICKLE COVE ANGLICAN CEMETERY
|SURNAME||GIVEN||DATE OF BIRTH||DATE OF DEATH||AGE||INSCRIPTION|
|BURDEN||Mary||Sept 20th 1937||97 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of Mary Burden beloved wife of James Burden,
She is gone but not forgotten
Never shall he memory fade
Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger
Beyond the grave where she is laid.
|CANDOW||Archibald C.||March 10th 1907||53 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of Archibald Candow Beloved Husband of Sarah Candow|
|CANDOW||Emily||July 23rd 1906||22 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of Emily Beloved Wife of Robert Candow. Also our darling
|CANDOW||Archibald||July 23rd 1906||4 Mos||Tis Hard to break the tender cord
When Love has bound the heart
Tis hard so hard to speak the words
We must forever part.
|CANDOW||Grace MacDonald||Jan 5th 1862||13 Yrs
|Sacred to the Memory of Grace MacDonald. Daughter of David and Ann Candow.
Who departed this life on Sabbath Morn.
Blessed are the Pure in Heart
For They Shall See God Matthew V.VIII
Now with Triumphal Palm they stand before the Throne on High. And serve the God they love amidst the glories of the sky. His presence fills each heart with joy tunes every mouth to sing. By day, by night, the sacred courts with glad hosannahs ring.
|CANDOW||Sarah||June 13th 1919||72 Yrs||IhS
Erected by Edgar Candow in memory of his mother Sarah. Beloved Wife of Archibald Candow.
No Night of Sorrow None of Pain
But Perfect Peace and Rest
Redeemed and Saved She Sweetly Sleeps
Upon Her Saviours Breast
|CROSS||Jesse||Sept 14th 1925||59 Yrs
|Peace Perfect Peace. In Loving Memory of Jesse.
Beloved Husband of Grace A. Cross
However our lives may last
Whatever lands we may view
Whatever joy or grief be ours
We will always think of you.
|CROSS||Rhoda||June 3rd 1860||10 Yrs
|Sacred to the memory of Rhoda
Daughter of John and Jane Cross
This lovely bud so young and fair
Called hence by early doom
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In Paradise may bloom
|CROSS||William Thomas||Nov 4th 1913||41 Yrs
|A Member of True Blue L.O.L. No. 36 L.O.A.
Why should we mourn departed friends
A one we love so dear
His place is vacant in our home
Which can never be filled
God in his wisdom has recalled
The boon his love had given
And though the body slumbers here
His soul is safe in heaven
|CROSS||William John||Sept 6th 1925||22 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of William John Cross.
You suffered much You murmured not
We watched you day by day
Until at last with broken hearts
We saw you pass away.
|MUGGRIDGE||Richard||Nov 25th 1907||80 Yrs 7 Mos||In Loving memory of Richard Muggridge, Beloved Husband of Elizabeth Muggridge
His toil is past
His work is done
He fought the fight
The victory won
|PRINCE||John||Sept 29th 1855||79 Yrs||Sacred to the memory of John Prince
Unreadable at break in stone
Also his wife Mary
Together in their Father's House
With joyful hearts they go
And dwell forever with the Lord
Beyound the reach of woe
|PRINCE||Robert||April 10th 1864||49 Yrs||Sacred to the memory of Robert Prince
The dead in Christ shall rise first
|RUSSELL||Benjamin||Sept 4th 1900||45 Yrs||In Memory of Benjamin Russell
He is gone .....Unreadable information where break was repaired
Where I must someday stand
In hope to meet his sprit there
And clasp his friendly hand.
|RUSSELL||Ida Jane||Dec 21st 1906||20 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of Ida Jane, Beloved Wife of Frederick Russell.
My God anf Father while I stray
Away from home of life's rough way
When in bloom God thought it best
To call me home to be at rest.
|RUSSELL||Jane||March 28th 1888||78 Yrs||IN MEMORIAM
To die is to gain
Thy Will be done
|RUSSELL||Robert||July 20th 1891||80 Yrs|
|RUSSELL||William||Sept 23rd 1926||85 Yrs||In Memory of William Russell [Although name is listed on this headstone, William Russell is actually buried next to his granddaughter Josephine, in an unmarked grave]|
|RUSSELL||Elizabeth||March 21st 1960||98 Yrs||Just as I am wityhout plea
But that thy blood was shed for me
And that thou biddest me come to thee
O Lamb of God I come
|[RUSSELL]||[William]||[September 23, 1926]||[unmarked grave] [husband of Elizabeth Russell (died March 21, 1960)] [This is the actual grave of William Russell, although his name is listed on the headstone above, with his wife Elizabeth]|
|[RUSSELL]||[Josephine]||||||[unmarked grave] [granddaughter of William Russell; stillborn]|
|SKEFFINGTON||Adam||Aug 17th 1911||73 Yrs||In Loving Memory of Our Beloved Father
They are gone but not forgotten
Never shall their memory fade
Scattered thoughts will never linger
Round the grave where they are laid
Erected by their Sons
|SKEFFINGTON||Jane||Oct 18th 1911||68 Yrs||Also Our Dear Mother|
|SKEFFINGTON||Rhoda||Oct 21, 1920||52 Yrs||Columnar monument featuring an urn on top and at the top of one side
of the column a carve design with two columns, each on a three-tiered base
arched overhead on both sides with a four sectioned arch below which are
the numbers 2 1/2. Likely the designation of some affiliation to an organization
Also of his Wife Rhoda Skeffington
Thou shalt Quicken me again
And shalt bring
Me up from the depths of the earth
|SKEFFINGTON||John||Sept 21, 1920||57 Yrs||In Memory of John Skeffington
Them which also sleep
In Jesus will God
|Bring with him
|TAYLOR||Beatrice Blanche||May 22nd 1924||20 Yrs
|Erected to the memory of Beatrice Blanche Beloved Daughter of Alfred
and Elizabeth Taylor
We shall sleep but not forever
There will be a glorious dawn
We shall meet to part no more
On that Resureection Morn
|TAYLOR||Chesley||March 13th ??||In Loving memory of Chesley, Darling Child of James and Dorcas Taylor
Too good for earth
God called him home
|TAYLOR||Dorcas||April 11, 1970||62 Yrs
|In Loving Memory of a dear wife and mother
We shall meet again
Ever remembered Ever Loved
|TAYLOR||Jemima||They shall be mine saith the Lord
In that day when I make my jewels
Erected by their sisters
|TAYLOR||Mary||Mar 22, 1926||71 1/2 Years||Daughters of the Late Robert and Annie Taylor|
|TAYLOR||John||Dec 27th 1894||74 Yrs||In Memory of John Taylor|
|TAYLOR||Mary||Oct 24, 1857||63 Yrs||Sacre to the meory of Mary, wife of William Taylor
Unable to read verse.
|TAYLOR||Robert||Nov 17th 1912||85 Yrs
|In Loving Memoryu of our Father and Mother|
|TAYLOR||Annie||Oct 6th 1876||40 Yrs||Weep not that their race is run
God grant we may rest as calmly
When our work like theirs is done
Erected by their daughters
|TAYLOR||Susan||Jan 15, 1857||31 Yrs||Wife of John Taylor
Through the heart that sorrow chideth
Sink in anguish and in care
Yet if patience still abideth
Hope shall paint her rainbow there
|VIEW||#2||View of Cemetery|
Original Transcription by: William Warren (2001)
Updated by Debbie Fraser to include John Prince and view of cemetery photos (August 2007)
Updated by Joan and Ken Hotson with remaining photos and inscriptions (August 2010)
Additions by Herman Russell (February 2014)
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