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Arthur Township

Greenfield Cemetery

 

           

This cemetery is located just outside of Arthur.

Elizabeth Jane LUSK COOPER died 1886 John NOBLE died 1899 GILL Thomas GILL died 1933  
         
Thomas PATTERSON died 1890
Elizabeth
  James PATTERSON died 1898
Isabella EMERSON died 1902
William W PATTERSON died 1896
Arthur PATTERSON died 1923
  Robert J. GIMBLET
         
  S GREY McKEE died 1853 Edith Helen TINDALE died 1909 John BENNETT died 28-Nov-188? (native of Buckinghamshire, England) John BENNETT died 17-Jun-1887 (native of Buckinghamshire, England)
         
Kezia LANGLEY died 1888 (native of Buckinghamshire, England) (wife of Edward MILES died 1887)   William HART died 1911
Isabella CUNNINGHAM died 1911
WILKIE
Charles Ivan died 1913
Clifford Heny died 1916
Lloyd Turner died 1926
Lulu Elizabeth died 1921
Glen Karl died 1928

(These photos represent only a portion of the stones in this cemetery)

Janet Jones

Thanks to Jean for the photos below!

M. Jean (CAIRNS) IBBOTSON George H. Arthur Albert HOPPER
Donna Lee Evangaline HUNT
Lorne Winston SHAW Ross A. SMITH
wife Doris I.
         
 
TERNAN
Grant Chalmer h/o Marlene M. KELLY
    William L. WEBB
Grace M. HOWES
 
         
 

George Frederick GOWLAND 1877-1936
Ethel May ELLIS  1885-1948

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Walter GOWLAND 1917-2000
Beulah M. HART 1921-2000

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John A. HART 1883-1965
Alice LAYBOURNE 1882-1959

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William R. HART 1881-1963
Margaret L. WHITE 1879-1961

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Kenilworth Pioneer Roman Catholic

 

 

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Erin Township

 

Graham Cemetery

 

 

Lot 20 of Concession 11 of Erin Township. This small cemetery in on land once owned by Duncan Graham. He gave the land as a burial ground for his father-in-law, John BLUE, in 1834 and over the years others of his family and friends were buried there. The last burial was in 1962.

 

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Hurren Family Plot

Con 4 Lot 15

 

 

It is located on the south side of concession 4 , two kms west of Highway #24 near the end of a farmers lane way.

William Hurren, died June 10, 1871

James Hurren died Dec 13, 1871 a native of Suffolk, England.

Ruth Peer, wife of James died Nov. 11, 1901

Philip Hurren died January 29, 1876

Susannah Sheller died March 27, 1871

John Wesley infant son of John Weadce ? Died June 6, 1870 aged 6 days.

Mary Jane Hurren died March 12, 1872, 2 years of age.

Thank-you to Susan Leitch who sent these photos. Susan is related to the Hurren family. These photos were taken in July 2001. What a sad way to find a family burial site.

 

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Lang Cemetery

 

 

Located on Lot 22, Concession 10 Erin Township. It is on County Road 23 (9th line)

 

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McMillan Cemetery- Now Erin Pioneer Cemetery

 

 

 

Lot 18, Concession IX, Erin Township, Wellington County

This cemetery stands on a height of land on the west side of County Road #23, overlooking the Town of Erin to the south. The land was originally owned by Donald McMillan, who donated it for a cemetery. Previously there had been a school there until other schools were built in the area and it was discontinued in 1837.

The cemetery gradually fell into disrepair and several efforts were made to restore it. Extensive repairs were made in 1941, 1959 and 1963. It is now, very well maintained by a group of interested volunteers.

 

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McArthur / McAllister Family Cemetery

Con 10 Lot 22

 

 

 

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Memorial Plaque

 

 

Formerly called the McMillan Cemetery after the family who donated the land, it was in use from 1834 to 1935. Here are buried many of Erin's prominent early residents, including Daniel McMillan, known as the founder of Erin Village. It was also the site of the second school built in Erin Township. This cemetery is being preserved to perpetuate the remembrance of these illustrious pioneers buried here.

Erected in 1980 by the Erin Pioneer Cemetery Board with the assistance of the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation.

 

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Mimosa Disciple Cemetery

 

 

David H. MATTHEWS 1870-1955
Rebecca CAWTHRA 1872-1933
Nancy CAWTHRA 1902
David S. AWREY 1912
John CAWTHRA 186? Isaiah CAWTHRA
Lucinda CAWTHRA
Eliza Jane CAWTHRA
Henery MATTHEWS 1858-1927
Mary E. CAWTHRA 1864-1942
Hubert C. MATTHEWS 1894-1923
Nellie C. MATTHEWS 1889-1890

 

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Mimosa Union Cemetery

 

 

 
Mary ROBERTSON
Albert E. AWREY
Ethel G. McDOUGALL
Eliza A. SARGENT (w/o Geo. H. AWREY) 1894 Gideon D. AWREY
Margaret REID
Charles H. ROSZELL
Hannah AWREY
 

 

 

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Pleasant View Cemetery

 

Located on Lot 30, Concession 10, Erin Township. It is on the 9th line, about 10 km. north of Erin Village.

 

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Providence Cemetery

Con 9, Lot 1

 

It is located on the border of Erin township and Halton Hills. The plaque on the gate reads," Providence Chapel burial grounds, Erin Township . Earliest recorded burial 1813

 

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Maryborough Township

Drayton Pioneer Cemetery

This is the Drayton Pioneer Cemetery which is on the top of the hill leaving town on the east on county road 10. It is at the edge of the parking lot of the Dutch Reformed Church. This stone which dominates the site is that of  the step-father of my great-grandmother.

Thanks to Betty Audet for the photo and information!

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St. James Anglican Pioneer Cemetery

 

the following description is taken from the "History of Maryborough Township 1851 - 1976"
St. James Cemetery
One of the early burying grounds in the township of Maryborough was established by the congregation of St. James Anglican Church at the time they erected their first church on the northern outskirts of the village of Rothsay.

For many years St. James Cemetery has been unused.  Today the many tombstones dating back to as early as the year 1858 have been placed in a cairn by the roadside as a fitting memorial to many of the brave and courageous men and women who settled the area many years ago.

 

  Herbert Geo. ELLIOTT John & Willbert ELLIOTT William ELLIOTT 28-Apr-1872 (native of Ireland) William ELLIOTT (native of Ireland)

 

 

 

 

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Medill Cemetery
and

St. John's
Cemetery

 

These two cemeteries were combined are located just outside Moorefield.  There is no marker at the site to explain what the name of the cemetery was. The following descriptions are taken from the "History of Maryborough Township 1851 - 1976"

The Medill Cemetery
In the year 1853, William and Joseph Medill built a small Baptist Church on their farms, Lot 14, Con. 9 of Maryborough and established a cemetery in the churchyard.
Both William and Joseph Medill were active in Municipal affairs.  William was a member of the first township council, holding the office of reeve and deputy reeve.  Joseph was the township treasurer for approximately thirty years.
For many years the small burying groun lay in a neglected state.  In 1970 the headstones were moved and relocated in St. John Anglican cemetery on the 8th Concession.  Today the Medill Cemetery is unmarked and uncared for.

St. Johns Cemetery
St. Johns Cemetery was established by the Anglican Church on the eastern corner of Lot 10 on the 8th concession, on land deeded to the Bishop of Niagara by John King who at the time of his death in 1861 was buried in the cemetery.
The tombstone of Mrs. Francis Morgan, the mother of twelve children, died at the age of thirty-seven in the year 1860.
In 1970 the tombstones of St. Johns Cemetery, combined with stones moved from the Medill burying ground, were arranged to form a memorial cairn.

 

  Christian JOHNSTON DREWERY DREWERY

 

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Minto Township

 

Drew Cemetery

 

 

The Anglican cemetery of Drew is one of the oldest in the district. Under the supervision of Minto Township Council it was reclaimed in 1931. In pioneer days the cemetery was adjacent to the Anglican Church until 1905, when the Church was moved to Lot 18, Concession 16.

Ten graves are known to exist in this cemetery.

 

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Drew-North Salem Cemetery - Con. 18

 

 

The Crown reserved the property for this cemetery on Concession 18 and it was operated by three trustees . After the first World War the Salem Community expressed their patriotism by erecting a cenotaph in the cemetery in memory of the 14 young men who died in the conflict.

The names are: G.D. Adair, C. Baker, A.H. Ellis, D.E. Howes M.D., B. Kennedy, S. Lawrence, M. A Matthews, C. J. Matthews, W. T. Reeve, E. H. Scase, V. Slinger, B.S. Small, F. Small, and W. Adair.

In 1965 the men of the Church cleaned up the cemetery and set the stones on a base. Wallace Matthews erected a flag a the cenotaph.

Salem Methodist Church (North) - Con. 18, Lot 27

From 1894-1968, this cemetery was located on the Normanby-Minto Townline.

The Church was dedicated as The Salem Methodist Church in September, 1894 and in 1925 became a United Church. Ministers were: Rev. Savage, McLean, Chrown, Walker, Seibim, Philips, Bell, Kistles, Exhert, Smitherman, Taylor, Eyer, Evans, Kaer, Stewwart, McLellan, Burgess, Mercer, Moote, Watt, Moot, Falconbridge, Truax, Brand and E.J. Whetham.

The Ladies Aid was organized in 1910 and on December 25, 1917 the parsonage burned down and was rebuilt thanks to funding by the Ladies Aid group.

After 74 years of ministry, Salem Church was closed in 1968. The closing service was held June 6, 1968 with the last minister, Roy Harwood, preaching.

A memorial Cairn was built by Donald and Wayne Shannon incorporating the orginal stone engraved Methodist Church Salem 1894.

 

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Jerusalem Cemetery - Con. 14, Lot 26

 

 

Names on the monuments are: Andrew Howes; Sophrona Carroll (nee Price); Jane Reading also J. H. Reading; Eva W. Stiles; Janet Watson; and William Henry.

 

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St. Thomas Roman Catholic Con 12 Lot 7&8

 

 

St. Thomas R. C. Cemetery: Con: 12 Lot 7&8 –Minto Township In 1854, John Page and Jeremiah Burke each donated five acres each for a log church to be built and also to serve as a cemetery. The Church was closed in 1865 when Mount Forest built their own Church. It would not be until 1930 that Harriston would once again have its own Catholic Church. The date of the closing of this cemetery is unknown

 

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Nichol Township

 

Ponsonby Cemetery

 

I took the two pictures April 21, 2001, as part of our family reunion activities.  The dedication marker faces the highway, i.e., I was standing near the highway and was able to take the view from that location.  As you can see, the gathered stones are collected into a concrete, slanted base to the right of the dedication marker as viewed from the road. I took a picture of the only stone that seemed to relate to my family.  It did not occur to me that I might run across your fine site.  The wording on the stone is as follows:  

 

William J. / Son of / GEORGE & MARY ANN / ARISS(.) / died / Mar. 17, 1877; / Aged 4 Yr's 10 / Mo's & 16 Dy's / We loved this little one / And would have wished him stay. / But let our Father's will be done; / He shines in endless day. / WATSON & LAMBERT ELORA  

 

    
The stone now appears to have said: " In memory of Margaret Ann HOWSE wife of George BROWN / d 12 Jul 1886 ae 27 Yrs".
(Photo taken July 2004)
     

 

This stone is set to my viewing right of that of Joseph HADLEY and is that of Charlotte NEWMAN. This stone is broken and we could not read clearly the name of her husband; however, we interpreted the stone to read: In Memory of / Charlotte / wife of / ____ Newman / who died Octb 20 / 1875 / Aged 72 Years / Native of / Northamptonshire / ENGLAND.  This was followed by a 4 line epitaph which we did not transcribe and concluded with (?) / Elora.  Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as: In memory of Charlotte wife of John Newman who died 20 Oct 1875 ae 72 Years / Native of / Northamptonshire / England
 

This stone is set to my viewing right of that of Thomas HOWSE and is that of Joseph HADLEY.  Sue and I read the inscription to be: In memory of / Joseph Hadley / who died / Jan 25 1878 / aged 67 years / Matilda / wife of the above / died June 5, 18__ (?).  Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as: In memory of Thomas LASBY who died Jan 25 1878 / ae 67 years / Matilda wife of the above who died June 5 / 1854 ae 36 yrs
 

This photo is of me, James Barry Ariss, and of the stone to my viewing right of that of Ann HOWSE which is that of Thomas HOWSE.  Sue and I read the inscription to be: In Memory of / Thomas Howse / who died Oct' 7 / 1874 / Aged 86 Years / Native of / Northamptonshire / ENGLAND / He's gone: the loved & cherished one / Like some bright star he passed away / Death claimed his victim and he sank / Calm as the sun's expiring ray / Douglas & Brown / Elora.  Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as: In memory of Thomas HOWSE who died Oct 7 1874 / ae 86 years Native of Northamptonshire / England
 

     


 

This stone is set to my viewing right of that of Martin MARTIN and is that of Ann HOWSE.  Sue and I read the inscription to be: (?) Ann (?) Howse / wife of Thomas Howse / Dec 17, 1880 / AGED / 92 Years.  Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as: In memory of Ann Howse sister of Thomas & James / died 17 Dec 1880 ae 92 yrs.
 

This stone is set to my viewing right of that of Margaret Ann HOWSE and is that of Martin MARTIN.  The inscription reads: SACRED / to the memory of / MARTIN MARTIN / died 30th Mar 1872 / Aged 84 Years / A native of / Sussex, England
 

The first is set to my viewing right of that of Charlotte NEWMAN and is that of George HOWSE. This inscription we interpreted to read: In Memory of / GEORGE / son of / Thomas Howse / who died / June 16, 1858 / AE __39 years / also his daughter / MARY / wife of Daniel Peckover / died Feb 17, 1855 / AE 32 Years
Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as:  In Memory of George son of Thomas HOWSE who died 16 / June 1858 ae 39 yrs / Also his dau MARY wife of Daniel PECKOVER / died 17 Feb 1855 ae 32 years

The second is set to my viewing right of that of George HOWSE and is that of Levi PATMORE.  The inscription reads: In memory of / LEVI PATMORE / who died July 1st / 1872 / Aged 55 years 4 mo / Douglas & Brown / Elora
     


 
Is of the right hand end of the tombstones of the upper course and the stone is probably that of Mary LASBY.  The inscription was difficult to interpret, but we read it to be: In remembrance / Mary / -- - / Joseph / ___ / who died Dec 31, 1876 / aged 28 yrs 8 / mos & 25 dys
This was followed by an epitaph which we did not transcribe.
Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as:  In Memory of Mary beloved wife of Joseph LASBY / who died Dec 31 1876 / ae 28 yrs 8 mos 25 dys

 
This stone is at the right hand end of the tombstones of the lower course and is "below" that of Mary Lasby and is that of Joseph HALL.  The inscription reads: In memory of / JOSEPH HALL / Feby 7th 1801 / Aged 41 years
Davidson / Guelph
Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as:  In memory of Joseph HALL died Beb'y 7th 1861 / ae 41 years
This stone is set to my viewing left of that of Joseph HALL and is that of Elizabeth HORTON.  Sue and I read the inscription as: In memory of / ELIZABETH HORTON / Beloved wife of / George BYA, / who died Oct 30, 1851 / AE 57 years / also their son / GEORGE / died Mar 25 1859 / AE 28 years / NATIVES OF AYNHO / NORTH HAMPTONSHIRE / ENGLAND
Marjorie Dow recorded the inscription as: In memory of Elizabeth HORTON beloved wife of / George BYE who died Oct 20, 1851 / ae 57 years / Also their son George died Mar 25 1859 / ae 28 years / Natives of Aynho, North Hamptonshire / England

 

Please contact Jim Ariss if you have ARISS connections at cincyariss@aol.com

Additional information: ...As Sue and I found some of the stones to be in poor condition, while others were in remarkably good condition, we found it necessary to supplement our recording of the etchings on the stone with information from "BRANCH NOTES, Volume VIII, Number 2, of the Waterloo-Wellington Branch of O.G.S."
     The additional information was contained in an article from those "BRANCH NOTES" submitted by my 4th cousin, Marjorie Ruth Dow, nee Martin.  Marjorie's article was titled: "Monumental Inscriptions Ponsonby Cemetery".  She notes the location of the cemetery as "Lot 1 Concession VI On Elora Road north of Marden, being the township line between Nichol and Pilkington Townships.  Ponsonby was a preaching point on the Bethany Circuit (Pilkington Township) of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, now United Church of Canada.  Bethany is aligned with the Elora Pastoral Charge of the U.C.C."  Marjorie further notes the usage of the original cemetery to be from 1843 to 1890 and that her data was recorded in 1979.
     As the "first" stone had survived as separate pieces, Marjorie observes: "(Note: Stone badly weathered in 1979 -- wording provided by Mrs. Maisie (Clifford) HOWSE, Ariss, Ontario, who copied same in 1966.)

 

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Peel Township

Bethel Cemetery

 

Art Ernest FAIR Paul G. SCHRAMM
Clara A. CRAIG
George Emerson EATON Allen G. D. ELLIS
Elizabeth M. SMITH
John G. McQUEEN
Hazel I. FORD
         
Charles LONG
Florence DRURY
James DRURY
Amy C. BOULDING
Herbert W. CLARK
Bethea BLYTH
Merle MORRISON
Clarence J. CLARKE
George W. SMITH
Margaret J. MITCHELL
William J. McWATERS
         
Adam Joshua CULP
Elizabeth McCLOSKIE
Susan Loria CULP
Annie Edith E. CULP
Frederick CULP
Mary TUTTLE
Irene CULP
Gordon CULP
William A. HUTCHISON
Mary J. DENSMORE
Richard WINTER
wife Rachel Ann
Archibald SMITH
Mary M. HOWATT
         
 
Abram CANN
Isabella PATTERSON
Lavina JAMIESON
Fanny BERT Kenneth N. GOLEM
Joyce G. REEVES
Nellie ANDREWS
Arthur COX
 

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Drayton Cemetery

 

Roxxa McDOUGALL
Kenneth HOWDEN

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Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Church &Cemetery

                   

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Hope Crescent Cemetery

 

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John STEPHENSON
Abigail GOULD
George B. STEPHENSON
Eliza ISAAC
Rev. W. E. S. JAMES
Abigail STEPHENSON
Rev. George I. STEPHENSON
Dell Kathleen LOCKE
William L. WEBB
Grace M. HOWES

 

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Mount Carmel Cemetery

 

Samuel YOUNG
Martha Jane HEWITT
Jessie Margaret HEWITT
Peter Morrison MILNE

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Mount Hebron Cemetery

John SAUNDERS
Florence H. COLLINGRIDGE
John Tannock NEIL
Emmelia Francis BUSCHLEN
Anthony BUSCHLEN
Mary FARMER
Hubert MITCHELL
Margaret ANDERSON
Alice SPURRELL
James JOHNSTON
Henrietta JOHNSTON
John A. JOHNSTON
Elsie JOHNSTON
         
William GREIG
Emma CLEGG
Bessie Greig HYSLOP
Margaret Jemima JACKSON George EMERSON
Margaret FRASER
James ISLES
Mary Ann ALLISON (Native of Alloa Scotland)
John C. MITCHELL
         
George HUDSON Eliza ROBINSON w/o J. T. COPE Daniel HALLMAN
Ada BAILEY w/o W. F. CARLAW
Margaret w/o James A. MITCHELL George GRAHAM
Barbara FRAZER
Archie GRAHAM
Mary PEDDIE
         
 
Andrew MURDOCH
George MURDOCH
Charles MURDOCH
and inf children
Hugh CAMERON
Margaret BURNSIDE
James CAMERON
J. M. CAMERON
Margaret ARMSTRONG w/o Andrew MURDOCK THOMSON  

 

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Peel Anglican Cemetery

This cemetery is located just outside of Glen Allen.

 

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St. Matthews Cemetery

 

John H. ELLIS
Laura MacDONALD
Arvennia ELLIS
Marven E. ELLIS h/o Grace SKERRITT
Ross Norman FERRIER
Bruce George FERRIER
Oliver LANGDON
Mae A. LITTLE
Gertrude Irene MORPHY
Oscar Ernest BOWMAN
Harman BOWMAN
Gwendolen Gertrude FRITZ
Gary Wayne MARSHALL
         
Oliver R. MARSHALL
W. Marna GRIFFITHS
Bruce ANDERSON
Isabel HARRIS
Patricia Mae ANDERSON
Mona Jean ANDERSON
James S. MARTIN
Mary L. JEFFERY
John R. MARTIN
Jessie L. JEFFERY
Ft. Sgt. John R. MARTIN
Thomas Jeffery MARTIN
Violet E. M. BENDER
Donald SHAW
Richard J. CAMMIDGE
Catharine WILKIE
         
Hugh LITTLE
Flora Ann McNABB
Frederick G. LITTLE
Alice G. WARMINGTON
William JOHNSTON
Margaret Ann WART
John C. BOULDING
Elizabeth A. DRURY
Charles Frederick BOULDING
Lewis E. HALPENNY
Annie M. RAFTER
Howard M. HALPENNY
James N. JONES
Margaret BENHAM
         
William R. MARTIN
Alice Mae HUGHES
Robert H. MARTIN
Iva P. McTAVISH
Frederick J. SHAW
Agnes J. MARTIN
Alice Mary GAMBLE
George Lloyd GOULDING
Amy Eliza McCONNELL
Lewis H. MARTIN
Emma Rose ROONEY
Clarence A. MARTIN
         
Robert T. WORKMAN
Elizabeth J. TROUGHTON
Francis J. TROUGHTON
Mary M. WORKMAN
D. S. M. T. Whitney
Ruth Elva BROWNLEE
Lloyd A. BROWNLEE
L. Elva SMITH
John M. SAUNDERS
Janet A. WALKER
Ida J. BELL
Andrew ROBINSON
Etta PRIOR
         
David ROBINSON
Louisa J. GIBSON
Grace Louisa ROBINSON
Thomas SMART
Charlotte I. DAY
Duncan D. SAUNDERS J. Alexander COLE
Ann Eliza MITCHELL
Elwood C. ROBERTSON
Helen E.
         
Lincoln S. SMALL
Wilha R. KYLE
Gordon K. SMAL
Frieda M. COOK
Wallace W. SHORTT
Margaret Pearl SIME
Dolly R. GOWLING
Duncan GILLIES
James TUCKER
Mary E. STEWART
Edith Lilly CORT
Arthur Herbert HOLYOAKE

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St. Paul's Cemetery

 

James N. JONES
Margaret BENHAM
William HART
Isabella CUNNINGHAM
Jane LOWRY William HOLLIS (native of Wright England) Henry W. FULLER
Edith STEPHENS
         
Stephen H. BENNETT
Alvira STILLWELL
Albert CARTLIDGE
Hannah NEWBY
Alexander McLEAN
Margaret HODGSON
Rufus A. MARTIN
Mary A. McLANAGHAN
John A. MARTIN
Margaret M. MITCHELL
         
Abram JACKSON
Emma Amanda BRIDGE
Annie THOMPSON
George SMEETH
Robert GILES
Martha
Mary Jane CAMERON w/o William PAULIN
Marguerite PAULIN
John Cameron PAULIN
         
Francis SIM
Catherine McTAVISH
Agnes SIM
Mabel M. CARLAW
Emma E. CARLAW
Olive Mabel JEFFERY
Alice Maud JEFFERY
William COX
Eliza CAMPBELL
Abel LANGDON
wife Mary
         
Herbert HADLAND
Mary J. McGAUGHEY
William H. HADLAND
Mary Louise
Mary E. CAMPBELL
George H. MORDEN
Susan E. BROWN
McLEAN
wife Margaret COWAN
John MEREDITH
Mary Ann LEWIS
         
Robert SIVELL
Delila HARPER
Robert CORRIE
wife Sarah
William CORRIE
John CORRIE
Mary A. GOULD
John CARBIN
Eliza BRIDGE
Frederick CARBIN
TERNAN
Grant Chalmer
Marlene M. KELLY
         
 
Henry W. FULLER
Edith STEPHENS
Joseph ELLIOTT
Elizabeth CODE
George R. ELLIOTT
David HENRY
Emily PALLISTER
Fred HENRY
Eliza A. HENRY
John MEREDITH  

 

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Victoria Drayton Cemetery - Section A

Robert BRUNKARD
Elizabeth LOVE
George H. STONE
Mary STUBBS
James LOVE Christian F. M. SCHROEDER
wife Mary Ann
William SCHROEDER
Maitland C. SCHROEDER
Mina N. SCHROEDER
Edward DALES (native of Yorkshire England)
Roxanna POWELL
Lillian HAMBLY w/o Sidney McDOUGALL
         
Orlon Blake HENRY A. C. WOODMAN Charles W. LOWES
Louisa DORNAN
Ida L. LOWES
Lottie E. LOWES
Alexander LOVE Isabella BROADWOOD
James BRAIDWOOD
James HUSSEY
Mary J. BRAIDWOOD
James HUSSEY
Ormonde I. HUSSEY
Larene BEEMER
         
John HAIGHT
Elizabeth EMES
Watson HAMBLETON
Rhoda HEIGHT
Nixon WALKER
Rosannah HAIGHT
Ormiston Z. HENRY
Sarah C. WALKER
D. Marguerite WEYAND
Thomas TOWRISS
Rebecca Annie HUGHES
         
John A. TOWRISS
Bertha L. WOOLEY
Ivan B. TOWRISS
Charlse W. FLATH
Maria E. BURROWS
Janet HADDOW
William R. HADDOW
Alexander NICHOLSON
Caroline STILES
JOHNSTON
Mary Norma Aleandrina
sister of Samuel James GRENVILLE
         
Sarah HODGE w/o John SHORT Joseph HANLEY James L. ROE
ELizabeth J. DIEBEL
Elzetta M. DIEBEL
Jacob SCHIECK
Ada HAWKINS
Birdie Mary SMITH
         
William T. WHALE
Eliza GROSE
Wesley L. WHALE
Viola A. WHALE
Rev. James Walker
Shilton
McALISTER
Eliza J. SMITH
Arthur Coles WHALE
John Lyonoal RUSTON
John Earl RUSTON
Nita L. MILLS
         
  John R. TOWRISS
Mary E. GOULDING
M. Arline TOWRISS
Cecil BERRY
Johnnie E. TOWRISS
William FLEWWELLING
Frances Alice Louisa SNOW
William FLEWWELLING
SPURRELL HODGE
         
     
HODGE William LOWES
Annie HILL
Lulu B. McNABB
James W. LOWES

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Victoria Drayton Cemetery - Section B

Augusta M. NOECKER John A. NOECKER
Wilhelmina NOECKER
Augusta M. NOECKER
John A. NOECKER Louis A. NOECKER Edward GREEN
George GREEN
Annie PEARCE
Roy P. GREEN
Eva Grace GREEN
         
Earl Montrose ELLIS Rev. William J. ELLIS
Jennie IRVINE
Andrew ELLIS Ruby Deans LONGMAN
Ethel Mae (LONGMAN) ROE
Roy M. ROE
Lina B. (HOOD) NOECKER
         
K. Otto NOECKER
wife ? WOOD
Louis Alvin NOECKER
Louise Christine KRAUTER
Geraldine (WOODMAN) NOECKER Silas ARMSTRONG
Emma Matilda NOECKER
Hulda C. LOWES
J. Earl LOWES
Richard S. LOWES
Ann BRETT
         
William CRAGG
Sarah WOOD
Sarah J. CRAGG
Charles H. CRAIG
Leiland W. CRAGG John W. CRAGG
Minnie NORRIS
Henry IRVINE
Mary E. SHAVER
Florence HEFKEY
Brock PHILP
         
Emerson C. McBETH
Jean M. WOOLEY
William NOECKER
Sarah BLACK
NOECKER
Dickenson FLETCHER
wife Sarah M.
Catherine FLETCHER
Walter J. BILLINGS Ralph CLOSE
Mary McROBB
         
UDY
HICKS
Annie UDY
William John UDY
Nellie UDY
George W. DOUGLAS
Bertha J. SCHIECK
Thomas ELLIOTT
Emma HOLIDAY
Mary RICHARDSON
William H. ELLIOTT
Robert Minto ELLIOTT
William Edgar ELLIOTT
Thomas ARMSTRONG
         
David PEACOCK Susan J. (DALES) PEACOCK C. Howard COWEN
Cora E. BELL
inf son
Mark COWEN
Henry STURTRIDGE
Annie CRAGG
Bee F. STURTRIDGE
Stanley WHALE
Agnes Ann CLOSE
         
         
         

 

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Victoria Drayton Cemetery - Section C

 
Stanley C. BYE
Aleda A. FARROW

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Hugh McNABB
Charlotte CAMPBELL
Alexander McNABB
Sheila V. VALENTINE
James A. VALENTINE
Hugh Duncan McNABB

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John McNABB
Fred J. WILSON
Elizabeth A. McNABB
Archie McNABB

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James R. WILSON
Ila G. CHERREY
Carl F. WILSON

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Victoria Drayton Cemetery - Section D

 

Ann Eliza MANEER
(w/o Thomas WILSON)

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Parmer WITHERS
Elizabeth J. WILSON

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Robert GILLRIE
Eliza WILSON
Sussex GILLRIE
Lavina McLACHLAN

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Zion Hill United Church Cemetery

 

Thomas WILSON Robert WILSON
William WILSON

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