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Pike River Cemetery
Saint-Pierre-de-Véronne-à-Pike-River, Missisquoi County, Québec

Contributed by David J. Ellis, Feb 28, 2006, last edited Aug 26, 2010 [davidellis2@verizon.net]. Total records = 182.

This cemetery is located in a field 300 meters north of the village store. Access is from Ch. des Rivières.

The earliest burial was in 1828. The cemetery was originally a multi-denominational Protestant cemetery but was associated with the Methodist Church building, which was erected nearby in 1858 and catered to all denominations. That building, but not the cemetery, was sold in 1915 and subsequently dismantled. The cemetery was often referred to in the village as the “Protestant Cemetery” or the “Methodist Cemetery”. The first official name was the “Pike River Burying Ground” and later the “Pike River Protestant Cemetery”. It has also been referred to as the “Cemetery on the Hill”, the “Cemetery in the Field”, or simply the “Old Cemetery” but, contrary to occasional claims, not as the “Loyalist Cemetery”.

Due to township boundary changes, the cemetery has at different times been part of the Township of Stanbridge, of the Seigniory of Noyan, of the municipalities of Notre Dame des Anges and of Saint-Sebastien. A significant change of boundaries between the counties of Iberville and of Missisquoi in 1912 also affected the cemetery. The current ownership was established on the 5th of July 1932 by virtue of the “Loi des Compagnies de Cimetières”, or Bill C17. A more detailed history is held by Compagnie du Vieux Cimetière de Pike River.

This listing was compiled by M. Jef Asnong, a member of the Cemetery Company, by surveying the markers. To supplement damaged or missing markers, it incorporates information from partial listings made in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre and 1960 by Alfred Rousseau. Cross verification against the 1960 listing was performed by David Ellis, a member of the Cemetery Company, and discrepancies found were verified against the actual markers.

Markers are numbered sequentially across all rows from the South West corner to the North West corner, then continuing in the next row. Rows are numbered from West to East. Different faces on the same monument are signified by the letters "A", "B" etc. and different individuals on the same face by ".1", ".2" etc. Some individuals appear more than once, often on a monument and also on an individual marker. When an individual appears on two markers, the information on both markers is not always consistent.

This listing is a joint effort of Jef Asnong and myself in the summer of 2005. The cemetery is in good condition, although in need of some fence work.

- David J. Ellis

Aston, Ann, d. 23 Jul 1853, age: 60 yrs, "Wife of Charles George., "I know that my redeemer liveth, And that he shall stay at the latter day, Upon the earth, and though after, My skin worms destroy, this body, Yet in my flesh shall see God", "The verse, noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, is no longer legible, Row 05, Marker #059
Ayer, John, d. 25 Aug 1848, age: 57 yrs. 2 mos, Row 05, Marker #053
Beartschi, Christian, b. 1922, d. 1993, "Jesus is the Way, And the Truth and the Life, No one comes to the Father, Except through Him" John 14:6 , Row 11, Marker #137
Best, Abbie M., b. 10 Sep 1890, d. 4 Jan 1895, Gone to the Land of Love, Where angels will care for thee, Row 01, Marker #004:B.2
Best, Catharine J., d. 21 May 1873, age: 35 yrs. 1 mos, Wife of George Miller, "Gone but not forgotten", "Broken marker. The husband's name, noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau, is no longer present, Row 02, Marker #010
Best, Woren C., b. Aug 1889, d. Aug 1890, Darling Baby has gone before us, Row 01, Marker #004:B.1
Bird, Jane, d. 7 Dec 1886, age: 79 yrs. 3 mos, Wife of John Stewart. Erected by her nephew H. Fairfield, Row 09, Marker #111
Bird, Margueret, d. 29 Jan 1887, age: 71 yrs. 5 mos, Wife of James Fairfield. Erected by her son H. Fairfield, "Broken marker. The name and relationship to James Fairfield, noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau, is no longer present, Row 09, Marker #108
Blakely, Mary L. I., d. 13 Feb 1864, age: 2 yrs. 2 mos, Daughter of B. I. & Ruth Blakely. "Behold the com...", Row 08, Marker #086
Blakley, Maggie, d. 1871, age: 19 yrs, Daughter of Edward Blakley, Marker missing but noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre., Marker #139
Blakley, Rachel, b. 19 Sep 1804, d. 5 Feb 1890, Wife of John B. Phelps., "Happy in the Lord", Row 06, Marker #068
Blakley, Tilley, d. 20 Feb 1847, age: 79 yrs, "Say ye to the rich trou, That it shall be well within, For they shall eat the fruit of their doing.", Isaiah 8 c. 10 v, Replacement marker, Row 08, Marker #093
Blakley, Zacheus, d. 22 Oct 1846, age: 75 yrs, "Mark the perfect man, and behold the truth", Row 08, Marker #088
Boomhover, Sophronia, d. 20 May 1858, age: 55 yrs, Wife of Francis Percy Sr, Row 09, Marker #095:A.2
Boomhower, Hannah M., d. 29 May 1860, age: 91 yrs, Wife of Jacob Boomhower. In her 92nd year, Row 09, Marker #096
Boomhower, Jacob, d. 15 Jan 1841, age: 75 yrs. 7 days, In memory of. "Watch therefore for you know neither the day nor the hour wherin the son of man cometh.", "Replacement marker. David Ellis states, inscription was added when marker replaced, Row 09, Marker #097
Buck, Mary, d. 7 Sep 1893, age: 90 yrs. 10 mos. 11 days, Wife of James Percy, Row 04, Marker #041
Chamberlin, George, d. 1 Jan 1839, age: 20 yrs. 7 mos, "From Vermont. "In health and strength who he cut down Leaving parents and a large circle of brothers and sisters to mourn his loss, shall not the judge of all the earth do right.", Row 10, Marker #120
Chamberlin, Mary, d. 26 May 1840, age: 17 yrs. 4 mos, "From Vermont. "For a brief space did her heavenly Parent permit her to gladden earth with her joyous presence. Early, suddenly she passed away much beloved, much lamented.", Replacement marker, Row 10, Marker #119
Cheesman, Ida L., d. 11 Mar 1866, age: 6 mos. 23 days, Daughter of Wm. & M. Cheesman, "Gone to the better land", Row 08, Marker #090
Cochrane, Alexander, b. 1 May 1819, d. 21 Oct 1874, Husband of Ann Ewing, Row 04, Marker #034:A.1
Cochrane, Alexander, b. 10 Jan 1851, d. 16 Mar 1865, Child of A. & A. E. Cochrane, Row 04, Marker #034:B.1
Cochrane, Alexander, d. 16 Mar 1865, age: 14 yrs. 2 mos. 6 days, Son of Alex & Ann Cochrane, "The precious dust beneath that stone, Shall at the call of Jesus rise, To meet the bridegroom in the skies, That day we meet again", Row 04, Marker #033
Cochrane, Margaret Ann, b. 17 May 1854, d. 4 Mar 1872, Child of A. & A. E. Cochrane, Row 04, Marker #034:B.2
Cohrane, , b. 1856, d. 1939, Daughter of M. E. Cochrane, Row 04, Marker #034:B.3
Conklin, Lovina, d. 20 Oct 1876, age: 78 yrs, Wife of Elihu Spear, Row 04, Marker #046
Craige, Ann, d. 13 Mar 1847, age: 54 yrs, Wife of John Stewart. In memory of. In the 55th year of her age. A native from Scotland, Replacement marker, Row 09, Marker #113
Crilly, Robert, b. 1 Jun 1849, d. 10 Dec 1852, Son of William & Martha Crilly, Row 04, Marker #032:B.1
Crilly, William Jr., b. 18 Jul 1840, d. 28 Feb 1903, Row 04, Marker #032:C.1
Crilly, William, b. 18 Jan 1805, d. 9 Jun 1887, Row 04, Marker #032:A.1
Demers, Sohpia, d. 14 Mar 1884, age: 72 yrs, Wife of John Racine, "Broken marker. Sophia Demers, noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, is no longer present, Row 03, Marker #022:A.2
Ellis, A. H., no dates, Row 09, Marker #098
Ellis, Almira H., d. 16 Feb 1892, age: 81 yrs, Wife of A. L. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:A.3
Ellis, Benjamin, d. 24 Feb 1857, age: 73 yrs, Row 09, Marker #103:C.1
Ellis, Hannah Ide, d. 26 Aug 1862, age: 78 yrs, Wife of B. E, Row 09, Marker #103:C.2
Ellison, Ada Agnes, b. 24 Mar 1878, d. 6 Dec 1962, Wife of William Robert Howie, Row 04, Marker #026:A.2
Erwin, William, d. 20 Jun 1883, age: 28 yrs, Row 02, Marker #015
Ewing, Alice May, b. 20 Jul 1914, d. 5 Aug 1967, Row 11, Marker #134:A.3
Ewing, Ann L., b. 7 Oct 1861, d. 2 Oct 1913, Wife of Willard L. Smith, "Jesus came and took her home", Row 11, Marker #129:A.2
Ewing, Ann, b. 16 Jul 1819, d. 16 Jan 1910, Wife of Alexander Cochrane, Row 04, Marker #034:A.2
Ewing, Eleanor Leona, b. 24 Sep 1888, d. 17 Apr 1962, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing. Wife of A. N. Risk, Row 05, Marker #062:B.4
Ewing, Elizabeth J., b. 28 Jan 1866, d. 30 May 1936, Wife of Willard L. Smith, Row 11, Marker #129:A.3
Ewing, Elizabeth, b. 1832, d. 1866, Wife of Alexander Watson, Row 04, Marker #031:A.2
Ewing, Ellen, b. 19 Mar 1863, d. 8 Sep 1881, Daughter of Francis & Janet Ewing, Row 05, Marker #056:A.3
Ewing, Eric Holmes, b. 2 Jan 1897, d. 18 Oct 1913, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:B.3
Ewing, Esther Beatrice, b. 2 Jan 1887, d. 4 Mar 1968, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:B.5
Ewing, Francis, b. 8 Feb 1825, d. 23 Jul 1879, Something illegible is writen after the surname, Row 05, Marker #056:A.1
Ewing, Frank Leopold, b. 24 Dec 1883, d. 24 Sep 1970, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:B.6
Ewing, Frank, b. 10 Mar 1856, d. 21 Mar 1904, Row 05, Marker #061:B.1
Ewing, Grace Irene, b. 27 Sep 1890, d. , Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing. Wife of Reuben T. Cooke, Row 05, Marker #062:B.7
Ewing, Harold Earl, b. 2 Jan 1897, d. 29 Sep 1915, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:B.2
Ewing, Hazel Eileen, b. 13 Feb 1907, d. 10 Feb 1956, Row 11, Marker #134:A.2
Ewing, Helen Maria, b. 1905, d. 1980, Row 11, Marker #134:B.3
Ewing, James, d. 13 Oct 1876, age: 91 yrs, In the 92nd year of his age, Row 04, Marker #035
Ewing, John Clare, b. 17 Jul 1885, d. 5 May 1915, Child of M. H. & A. J. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:B.1
Ewing, John, b. 18 Sep 1821, d. 21 Jan 1914, Row 05, Marker #061:A.1
Ewing, Lena Enola, b. 1901, d. 1993, Row 11, Marker #134:A.4
Ewing, Margaret E., b. 1912, d. 1987, In loving memory, Row 05, Marker #063:A.2
Ewing, Margaret, b. 10 Mar 1817, d. 22 Feb 1917, "Wife of Wm. Graham, "Rest dearest woman and take the repose, God called whom Jesus chose»", Row 02, Marker #007:A.2
Ewing, Mary Jane, d. 10 Oct 1845, age: 18 yrs, Daughter of James & Jane Ewing, "Broken and repaired marker. Date of death, noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau, is no longer present, Row 04, Marker #037
Ewing, Mathew H., b. 9 Jul 1854, d. 19 Mar 1931, Husband of Almeda H. Holmes, Row 05, Marker #062:A.1
Ewing, Samuel, b. 1869, d. 1936, Row 11, Marker #134:B.1
Ewing, Walter Guy, b. 29 Dec 1899, d. 1 Jan 1900, Row 11, Marker #134:A.1
Farmer, John F., d. 31 Aug 1897, age: 55 yrs, "Be ye alsow ready", Row 10, Marker #122
Ferris, George, d. 5 Sep 1885, age: 62 yrs. 4 mos, Holy Bible, "Anchored safe where storms are on", Row 02, Marker #014
Fontaine, Joseph A., b. 1912, d. 1980, Row 05, Marker #063:A.1
Forbes, Alex E., d. 13 Dec 1884, age: 30 yrs. 6 mos, Row 02, Marker #006
Forbes, John, d. 28 Apr 1889, age: 82 yrs, Row 02, Marker #005
Forbes, Robert K., d. 3 Aug 1885, age: 34 yrs, Marker missing but noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre. M. Alfred Rousseau noted the marker in 1960 but only the name., Marker #140
Fraser, Margaret, b. 6 Oct 1870, d. 16 May 1875, Daughter of William & Mary Fraser, Row 08, Marker #091
Gall, George Frederick, d. 27 Aug 1878, age: 1 mos. 9 days, "Son of Archibald & Janet Gall. A native of Midlothian, Scotland.", Row 04, Marker #024:A.2
Gasser, Anne-Elisabeth, b. 1954, d. 1999, Row 11, Marker #136:A.2
Gasser, Ernst, b. 31 Oct 1903, d. 19 Dec 1984, Row 11, Marker #135:A.1
Gasser, Susie, b. 1957, d. 1989, Row 11, Marker #136:A.1
George, Charles 2, d. 11 Apr 1835, age: 5 days, Child of Charles & Ann George, Row 05, Marker #057:D.2
George, Charles, d. 1 Dec 1875, age: 88 yrs. 6 mos, Masonic emblem, Row 05, Marker #060
George, Charles, d. 5 Feb 1835, age: 2 yrs, Child of Charles & Ann George, Row 05, Marker #057:B.1
George, Eleanor, b. 6 Feb 1827, d. 9 Nov 1891, Wife of John Ewing, Row 05, Marker #061:A.2
George, Eliza, d. 1 Dec 1835, age: 13 yrs, Child of Charles & Ann George, Row 05, Marker #057:C.1
George, Issabella, d. 13 Mar 1850, age: 21 yrs, "Wife of John Herdman, "Behold my friends as you pass by, As you are now, so once I was, As I am now, you soon shall be, Prepare for death, and follow me.", [Signed: illegible name].", Row 05, Marker #058
George, Mathew, d. 2 Feb 1833, age: 9 yrs, Child of Charles & Ann George, Row 05, Marker #057:A.1
Graham, James E., b. 9 Aug 1858, d. 25 Jan 1884, Row 02, Marker #007:B.1
Graham, James E., b. 9 Aug 1859, d. 25 Jan 1884, Son of Wm. & Margaret Graham, Row 01, Marker #003
Graham, Jane P., b. 1856, d. 1954, Row 02, Marker #007:C.1
Graham, William, b. 17 Mar 1809, d. 23 Jul 1883, "Restored marker. The verse, noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau, is no longer present, Row 02, Marker #007:A.1
Graham, William, b. 17 Mar 1809, d. 23 Jul 1883, Row 01, Marker #002
Grilly, Sarah L., b. 12 Aug 1842, d. 3 Mar 1914, Wife of Henry Spear, Row 04, Marker #044:A.2
Henderson, Asenath, d. 2 Jul 1860, age: 31 yrs. 5 mos. 27 days, Wife of John Henderson, Broken marker, Row 04, Marker #043
Hogle, Ada J., b. 3 Feb 1854, d. Dec 1857, Daughter of L. A. H. & M. J. Hogle, Broken marker. Illegible verse, Row 06, Marker #066
Hogle, Amanda, no dates, Infant daughter of L. A. H. Hogle, Row 06, Marker #064:A.2
Hogle, John B., b. 27 Apr 1863, d. 9 Sep 1864, Son of L. A. H. & M. J. Hogle, Row 06, Marker #065
Hogle, L. A. H., b. 21 Jul 1831, d. 31 May 1892, Isolated monument between rows, Row 07, Marker #085
Hogle, Maraby, no dates, Infant daughter of L. A. H. Hogle, Row 06, Marker #064:A.1
Holmes, Almeda J., b. 1 Jul 1857, d. 26 Jan 1942, Wife of Mathew H. Ewing, Row 05, Marker #062:A.2
Holmes, Esther Victoria, b. 1869, d. 1948, Wife of Samuel Ewing, Row 11, Marker #134:B.2
Hoskin, Arlin, d. 26 Feb 1848, age: 41 yrs. 11 mos. 17 days, Marker missing but noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre. M. Alfred Rousseau noted the marker in 1960 with an incomplete inscription., Marker #141
Howie, Alexander C., d. 16 Dec 1860, age: 33 yrs, Son of James & Jane Howie, Row 05, Marker #050
Howie, Edward, d. 12 Sep 1862, Son of A. C. & R. D. Howie, Row 05, Marker #051
Howie, Georgiana V., b. 3 Jun 1867, d. 4 Jun 1883, Daughter of Thomas & Jane F. Howie, Row 04, Marker #023:B.1
Howie, Georgiana V., d. 4 Jun 1883, age: 16 yrs, "Daughter of T. & J. F. Howie., "Them also which sleep, in Jesus, will God, bring with him." 1, Thess 4-14.", Row 05, Marker #047
Howie, James, d. 26 May 1880, age: 90 yrs, One line illegible. "A native of Aberdeen Scotland", Row 05, Marker #048
Howie, Thomas Francis, b. 5 May 1877, d. 20 Sep 1950, In loving memory of, Row 04, Marker #025
Howie, Thomas, b. 20 Jun 1831, d. 1 May 1902, Row 04, Marker #023:A.1
Howie, William Robert, b. 3 Dec 1871, d. 25 Mar 1944, Husband of Ada Agnes Ellison, Row 04, Marker #026:A.1
Kapp, Frieda, b. 8 Jul 1907, d. 15 Nov 1990, Wife of Ernst Gasser, Row 11, Marker #135:A.2
Leslie, Eva Esther, d. 7 Oct 1869, Daughter of William & Mary Leslie, Broken marker, Row 02, Marker #009
Linhorokin , A. R., d. 26 Feb 1846, age: 41 yrs. 11 mos, Row 09, Marker #094
Manning, Nancy A., d. 5 Dec 1882, age: 55 yrs. 7 mos. 4 days, Wife of George Ferris, "Life has no sorrows that, Heaven cannot heal", Row 02, Marker #013
McCormick, Martha, b. 8 Mar 1807, d. 17 Jul 1886, Wife of William Crilly, Row 04, Marker #032:A.2
McDonald, Janet, b. 3 Jan 1833, d. 27 Aug 1911, Wife of Francis Ewing, Row 05, Marker #056:A.2
McLaren, John, d. 4 Dec 1858, age: 33 yrs, Native of Scotland, Row 09, Marker #114
McMillan, Jane Francis, b. 9 Aug 1840, d. 15 Nov 1922, Wife of Thomas Howie, Row 04, Marker #023:A.2
Miller, Elvira, d. 3 Nov 18~9, age: 49 yrs, Marker missing but noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau., Marker #142
Miller, Lovina J., b. 14 Apr 1861, d. 4 Apr 1896, Wife of Joseph A. Best, "Gone but not forgotten", Row 01, Marker #004:A.1
Miller, Luke, b. 23 May 1828, d. 26 Feb 1888, "No pains, no griefs, no anxious fear, Can reach our loved one sleeping here", Row 02, Marker #012
Parks, Sarah, d. 5 Mar 1858, age: 67 yrs, Wife of Tilley Blakley, Broken and fallen marker, Row 08, Marker #092
Pepper, Eliza, d. 15 Feb 1845, age: 50 yrs, Wife of James Watson, "Broken marker. Death date and age, noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, is no longer present, Row 04, Marker #027:A.2
Perault, Jane, b. 12 Oct 1838, d. 22 Jul 1910, Wife of Francis Percy, Row 10, Marker #116:A.2
Percy, Ada S., b. 4 Sep 1863, d. 4 Jan 1880, Daughter of Francis & Jane Percy, Row 10, Marker #116:B.1
Percy, Ada S., d. 4 Jan 1880, age: 16 yrs. 4 mos, Daughter of Francis & Jane Percy., Father ~~ in Heaven, "Gone but not forgotten", Row 10, Marker #115
Percy, Cyrus John, d. 5 Mar 1841, age: 10 mos, Infant son of James & Mary Percy, Row 04, Marker #038
Percy, Francis Sr., d. 28 May 1888, age: 84 yrs, Husband of Sophronia Boomhover, Replacement marker, Row 09, Marker #095:A.1
Percy, Francis, b. 17 Nov 1835, d. 27 Feb 1893, Row 10, Marker #116:A.1
Percy, Huldah, d. 27 May 1903, Infant daughter of A. F. & J. M. Percy, Row 10, Marker #116:C.1
Percy, James, d. 27 Jul 1884, age: 83 yrs. 2 mos. 16 days, Row 04, Marker #040
Percy, Jane, d. 6 Dec 1860, age: 72 yrs, Wife of James Ewing, "Age, noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, is no longer visible, Row 04, Marker #036
Percy, Sarah, d. 2 Mar 1841, age: 8 yrs, Daughter of James & Mary Percy. In the 9th year of her age, Row 04, Marker #039:A.1
Percy, William L., d. 4 Mar 1841, age: 6 yrs, Son of James & Mary Percy. In the 7th year of his age., "Prepare to meet thou God", "Date of death, noted in 1960 by M. Alfred Rousseau, was misrecorded, Row 04, Marker #039:A.2
Phelps, Albert B., d. 23 Apr 1852, age: 9 yrs, Son of John B. & Rachel Phelps, Row 06, Marker #067
Phelps, Elnathan, d. 20 Oct 1858, age: 63 yrs. 15 days, Row 08, Marker #089
Phelps, John B., b. 5 Jun 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883, "All is well", Row 06, Marker #069
Racine, John, d. 15 Sep 1869, age: 66 yrs, Row 03, Marker #022:A.1
Risk, Allan Naismith, b. 4 Mar 1890, d. 12 Oct 1967, Row 05, Marker #062:B.8
Ross, Jane, d. 18 Aug 1869, age: 75 yrs, Wife of James Howie, "Broken marker. Death date and age, noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, is no longer present, Row 05, Marker #049
Sawyer, Zacheus B., d. 28 Apr 1845, age: 11 yrs. 10 mos. 9 days, Son of Victor M. & Mercy M. Sawyer. "A kind and dutyfull boy, In heaven doth repose, A father’s hope and mother’s joy, Called from this world of woes", Row 08, Marker #087
Smith, E. J., no dates, Square, flat stone, Row 11, Marker #133
Smith, Gordon Earle, b. 30 May 1888, d. 22 Aug 1888, Row 11, Marker #129:C.1
Smith, Gordon Earle, d. 22 Aug 1888, age: 3 mos, Son of W. L. & A. Smith, "Square, flat stone, Row 11, Marker #131
Smith, Iona, b. 21 Jan 1894, d. 7 Aug 1894, Row 11, Marker #129:C.2
Smith, Iona, d. 7 Aug 1894, age: 6 mos, Daughter of W. L. & A. Smith, Row 11, Marker #130
Smith, Lewis E., b. 8 Dec 1889, d. 25 Feb 1917, "Son of W. L. & A. L. Smith. Flight Lieut. Killed in aerial action. Buried at Saargemunde, Loraine.", Row 11, Marker #129:B.1
Smith, Luther L., b. 11 Sep 1837, d. 28 May 1930, In loving remembrance. "At rest", Row 11, Marker #127
Smith, W. L., no dates, Square, flat stone, Row 11, Marker #132
Smith, Willard L., b. 23 Aug 1861, d. 22 Apr 1953, Row 11, Marker #129:A.1
Spear, Elihu, d. 23 Jun 1875, "Broken marker, base missing, Row 04, Marker #045
Spear, Henry, b. 22 Nov 1830, d. 30 Mar 1905, Sacred to the memory of "Asleep in the Lord ...", Row 04, Marker #044:A.1
Spear, Ibry C, d. 12 Oct 1849, age: 27 yrs, In the 28th year of …, This marker situated in the middle of a row of small flat stones numbers 70 to 80 in this inventory, Row 06, Marker #075
Spears, David, d. 5 May 1835, age: 27 yrs, Sacred to the memory of the Revn. David Spears, Row 06, Marker #084
Spears, Hannah, d. 27 Jun 1839, age: 50 yrs, Wife of Moses Spears, Row 06, Marker #082
Spears, Philip, d. 15 Dec 1828, age: 11 mos, Son of Moses & Hannah Spears. Illegible verse, Broken and fallen marker, Row 06, Marker #081
Spears, Rhoda, d. 9 May 1839, age: 13 yrs, "Daughter of Moses & Hannah Spears,.", Row 06, Marker #083
Stewart, John, d. 26 Apr 1872, age: 78 yrs, "Deceased was a native of Renfrewshire, Scotland, And a resident of this country 51 years.", Row 09, Marker #112
Storz, Frederic, b. 1873, d. 1950, Row 11, Marker #126
Stracham, Catharine, d. 18 Jan 1860, age: 2 yrs. 10 mos. 18 days, Daughter of John & Mary Stracham, Row 10, Marker #125
Taylor, A. L., d. 23 Apr 1880, age: 75 yrs, "This tall marker, number 103, and nine small markers, numbers 98 to 102 and 104 to 107 in this listing, are grouped and enclosed with metal piping in a small lot, Row 09, Marker #103:A.1
Taylor, A. L., no dates, Row 09, Marker #104
Taylor, Adelaide C., d. 10 Mar 1849, age: 10 mos, Child of A. L. & A. H. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:B.3
Taylor, Ann E. J., d. 7 Jul 1887, age: 44 yrs, Wife of Luther L. Smith. In loving remembrance. "At rest", Row 11, Marker #128
Taylor, Ann E., d. 8 Jun 1841, age: 10 mos, Child of A. L. & A. H. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:B.1
Taylor, Henry, d. 30 Dec 1842, age: 8 mos, Child of A. L. & A. H. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:B.2
Taylor, Infant, d. 11 Sep 1837, daughter of A. L. & A. H. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:D.2
Taylor, Infant, d. 5 Jan 1839, son of A. L. & A. H. Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:D.3
Taylor, Wm. Elisha, no dates, age: 18 yrs, Son of A. L. & Ann Taylor, Row 09, Marker #103:D.1
Therrien, Edmond, d. 7 Feb 1865, age: 22 yrs, En mémoire de Edmond Therrien, Décédé heureux dans la foi en Jésus, Row 03, Marker #021:A.1
Therrien, Rosalie, d. 3 Apr 1866, age: 22 yrs, "Décédée dans le plein triomphe de la foi en son sauveur, Celui qui croit en moi, Encore qu’il est mort, Vivra, "Jean chap. 11, vers 25.", Row 03, Marker #021:A.2
Turnbull, Ellen, d. 26 Feb 1879, age: 46 yrs, Row 03, Marker #018
Turnbull, John, d. 3 Feb 1868, age: 86 yrs, Row 03, Marker #019
Turnbull, Mary Jane, d. 2 Mar 1880, age: 41 yrs, Row 03, Marker #017
Walker, Janet, d. 18 Jul 1878, age: 42 yrs, Wife of Archibald Gall, Row 04, Marker #024:A.1
Watson, Alexander, b. 1830, d. 1914, Row 04, Marker #031:A.1
Watson, Colin Campbell, d. 21 Aug 1866, age: 1 yrs. 2 mos. 6 days, Son of A. & E. Watson, Row 04, Marker #030
Watson, Elisabeth J., d. 1 Dec 1881, age: 30 yrs, In her 31st year, Row 04, Marker #028:A.2
Watson, Ellen E., d. 18 Apr 1888, age: 25 yrs. 9 mos. 27 days, Daughter of A. & A. M. Watson, Row 03, Marker #020
Watson, James, d. 16 Mar 1854, age: 66 yrs, Row 04, Marker #027:A.1
Watson, Jessie T., d. 14 Feb 1882, age: 54 yrs, In her 55th year, Row 04, Marker #028:A.1
Watson, William, d. 5 Jun 1866, age: 86 yrs. 4 mos. 9 days, "A native of Lanarkshire, Scotland, "Ever honest and true", Row 04, Marker #029
Whitney, Bethiah, d. 13 Jun 1866, age: 72 yrs, Wife of John Ayer, Row 05, Marker #052
Willard, Eli, d. 12 Nov 1841, age: 80 yrs. 4 mos, Replaced marker, Row 03, Marker #016
Williams, Alban, d. 18 May 1839, Son of Edward & Ann Williams, Marker missing but noted in 1927 by M. Pierre A. Saint-Pierre, Marker #138
Winters, F. Frances S., d. 28 Jun 1868, age: 21 yrs, Daughter of G. C. & M. E. Winters, Row 10, Marker #123
Winters, Margret B., d. 14 Jan 1861, Daughter of G. C. & M. E. Winters, Illegible verse, Row 10, Marker #124
Woodbury, Ann, d. 19 Feb 1833, age: 27 yrs, Wife of A. L. T, Row 09, Marker #103:A.2

Misc:
??, Adelaide, no dates, Row 09, Marker #099
??, Allan, no dates, Row 06, Marker #077
??, Ann, no dates, Row 09, Marker #102
??, Earl, no dates, Row 06, Marker #074
??, Edward, d. 12 Oct 1879, age: 5 yrs. 10 mos, Row 09, Marker #109
??, Eleanor, no dates, Row 06, Marker #076
??, Eric, no dates, Row 06, Marker #072
??, Esther, no dates, Row 06, Marker #078
??, Father, no dates, Row 06, Marker #070
??, Frank, no dates, Row 06, Marker #079
??, H. Ida, no dates, Row 09, Marker #107
??, Henrietta J., d. 1 May 1847, Row 05, Marker #054:A.2
??, Henry, no dates, Row 09, Marker #101
??, Infants, no dates, Row 09, Marker #100
??, Irene, no dates, Row 06, Marker #080
??, Jack, no dates, Row 06, Marker #073
??, Josephine A., d. 3 May 1848, age: 1 yrs. 1 mos, Row 05, Marker #054:A.1
??, Mary Jane, no dates, "Gone is little Mary Jane, From her mother and me, An angel loved her when she smiled, She was Mary Jane, our only child", Row 01, Marker #001
??, Mother, no dates, Row 05, Marker #055
??, Mother, no dates, Row 06, Marker #071
??, Reuben, no dates, "For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again even so the also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.", Row 02, Marker #011
??, William, no dates, Row 09, Marker #106
A small, round, flat stone with flowers behind marker number 108, Row 09, Marker #110
Broken and illegible marker, Row 10, Marker #118
Broken marker, only base remaining, Row 10, Marker #121
Broken marker, only the base remains, Row 04, Marker #042
Marker missing, only the base remains, Row 02, Marker #008
Marker with no inscription, Row 10, Marker #117
no stone, Row 09, Marker #105

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