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Old Brador Bay Cemetery
Brador Bay, Duplessis, Quebec
Contributed by Charles Gravel, Jan 27, 2006, last edited Jan 31, 2006. [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 5.
This cemetery is located at the east entrance of Brador Bay Village, behind the first row of houses along the oceanshore. It can not be seen from the road 138.
Old Brador Bay Cemetery is an old Anglican cemetery which is not used anymore. It was used by people of Brador Bay when most of people lived into the bay, very close to the sea.
There were 4 wooden crosses with no inscriptions and 2 areas surrounded with a fence, with no inscriptions when I compiled this transcription in September of 2000.
- Charles Gravel
Biass, Mr William, d. 11 Dec 1845, age: 45yr, Master of the ship Sir Walter Scott of Hull **
Dickep, Adelarde, d. 25 ??? 1835, age: 2yr 05mo, deathdate partly unreadable
Etheridge, George Charles, d. 7 Oct 1950, age: 68yr, h/o Suzanna
Kendell, Sarah, b. 26 Jul 1820, d. 18 Aug 1859, age: 39yr, w/o Jones, Samuel, Born in England, died at Brador
Yarn, Dale, b. 1959, d. 1963, d/o Yarn, Douglas & Lena
** "By his bereaved and afflicted widow he was unhappy wrecked at Bradore off the coast of Labrador on the 11th of December 1845 and after having endured severe sufferings through exposure on a raft together with 13 of his crew and one female passenger he perished at the age of 45 years"
Deaths & Obituary Notices: Newspapers 1690-Present