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Sivier's Island, Notre Dame Bay

 

 

Notes: Sivier's Island is also spelled Sceviours Island. According to the 1921 Census, there were 55 people living there. Cadet Fennemore was a Salvation Army Officer from the Great Northern Pennisula who was stationed on Sivier's Island. She died during the winter and the conditions were too bad to take her off, so she was buried there. This is the only grave on the island with a headstone and it is fenced in. There are probably at least 5 more people buried in this cemetery. To get to the cemetery you have to go into Eastern Harbour on Sivier's Island.

 

 
SurName Given Name Birth Death
FENNEMORE, Cadet Jessie December 19, 1902 December 31, 1920

This page transcribed by Boyce & Gail Stryde (July 19, 2000)

Page Revised: August 2002 (Don Tate)

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