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Tapley Cemetery
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Tapley Cemetery
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Tapley Cemetery
Brantford Twp, Brant County, Ontario, Canada

Contributed by Murray E. Fair, Nov 14, 2003 [murrayfair@rogers.com]. Total records = 10.

From the intersection of Highway # 24 & Highway # 53, traffic lights, travel west on Highway # 53, 1.6 km, to Cleaver Road, turn left and travel south 1.2 km, on Cleaver Road, to Godby Road, turn left and travel east on Godby Road 0.4 km. The cemetery is on the south side of Godby Road.

This small cemetery is inactive and is very old with only a few stones. The stones have been placed in a single row and embedded in a concrete foundation in the centre of the graveyard. A few stones are broken off, probably by vandals. The cemetery is under the jurisdiction of The Corporation of the County Of Brant. It does not appear to be maintained to any degree.

I walked this cemetery in Oct, 2003, and read the inscription on each tombstone that could be read.

- Murray E. Fair

Lounsbury, Mary E., d. 1 Feb 1843, 3 mons, 11 dys, dau/o John & Margaret Lounsbury
Springsteed, Mary Ann, d. 20 Mar 1849, 39 yrs, 12 dys, w/o Jacob Springsteed
Tapley, ??, d. 11 Oct 1811, 1 yr
Tapley, Albert, d. 12 ?? 1814, son/o Samuel & Mary Tapley
Tapley, Almon?, d. 21 Aug 1819, 1 yr, 3 mons
Tapley, Eliza, d. 5 Oct 1841, 13 yrs, dau/o Samuel & Mary Tapley
Tapley, Mary, d. 26 Sep 1841, 36 yrs, w/o Samuel Tapley
Tapley, Ollie, d. 21 Aug 1819, 2 yrs, 10 mons
Tapley, Sam’l, d. 19 Jan 1870, 72 yrs
Tapley, Samuel, d. 15 Jan 1810, 18 mons, son/o Samuel & Mary Tapley

Misc:
There is a stone with the first name missing, the family name appears to end with the letters “rnieilly”, the remainder reads: “of New Brunswick who died Dec. 31 1841, Aged 14 years ?? m’s 14 d’s.”
Another stone which is laying flat on the concrete foundation, and all that can be read is: “In memory of”. The remainder of the stone is missing.

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