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DATE OF BIRTH
DATE OF DEATH
|DALTON||ALFREDA SANSOM||1882||1975||Wife of Samuel Dalton. Within the Father's keeping, We find our own at last.|
|GOODYEAR||ALICE MAUDE||Nov 24,1893||May 14,1969||Our dear Mother. For all of us she did her best, May God frant her eternal rest.|
|REID||ANNA||May 10th 1916||64 years||Beloved wife of William Reid. I know that my Redeemer liveth, Whom I shall see and mine eyes shall behold Him.|
|SINCLAIR||CHRISTINA||Nov 16th 1940||81 years||Wife of Joseph Sinclair. Dearest mother thou hast left us, And your loss we deeply feel, But 'tis God who hast bereft us, He shall all our sorrows heal.|
|GOODYEAR||ELEAZAR||Mar 29,1920||48 years||Beloved husband of Hannah Goodyear. When the day of….remainder unreadable|
|STONE||EMMANUEL WESLEY||June 18th 1925||June 20th 1925||Safe in the arms of Jesus.|
|REID, GEORGE||EPHRAIM||May 5th 1901||18 years||Beloved son of William & Anna Reid. Fairest loved one we have laid thee, In the….remainder unreadable|
|GOODYEAR||HANNAH||Nov 30th 1958||79 years||A dear Mother. Sleep on dear one, your work is o'er, Your willing hands will toil no more, But oh how kind you were and true, No friend on earth we'll find like you. Erected by the family.|
|THISTLE||HARRY||Sept 4,1924||4 years|
|GOODYEAR||JAMES||September 28,1929||55 years||Beloved husband of Maud Goodyear. Rest dear husband, thy work is o'er, Thy willing hands will toil no more, Thy kindly voice will no more speak, Rest dear husband and take thy sleep. Erected by wife & children.|
|DALTON||JOHN||March 26,1913||54 years||Beloved husband of Minnie Dalton. The golden gates were opened wide, A gentle voice said come, While angels from the other side, Welcomed our loved one home.|
|SINCLAIR||JOSEPH||May 30th 1921||68 1/2 yrs||Beloved husband of Christina Sinclair. Silently at night the stars are shining, On this lone and silent grave, Where thou lies my dearest loved one, Whom we loved but could not save.|
|DALTON||JULIA MAUD||June 13th 1908||26 years||Lo! Where the silent marble weeps, A friend, a wife, a mother sleeps. A heart within whose sacred cell, The peaceful virtues loved to dwell.|
|DALTON||SAMUEL||June 25th 1877||Sept 30th 1956||Father in thy gracious keeping, Leave we now Thy servant sleeping.|
|LUTHER||SIMEON||June 22nd 1906||28 years|
|DALTON||THOMAS||Jan 7,1927||82 years|
|DALTON||ELIZABETH||March 20,1890||44 years||His wife. When the day of toil is done, When the race of life is run, Father grant Thy wearied ones, Rest forever more.|
|REID||TOBIAS||Aug 24th 1904||25 years||Beloved husband of Sarah Reid. One precious to our hears has gone, The voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled.|
|REID||WILLIAM G||Sept 14th 1931||77 years||Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away.|
Photographed and Contributed by Judy Oldford
Transcribed by: Mary Rawlinson (2005)Page Last Modified: Friday March 22, 2013 (Don Tate)
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