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(Old) Deloraine


Pioneer Village near the site of the region's Land Titles Office (Newcomb's Hollow) in 1880.



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The region in 1884 - before the town moved a few km north to the railway (1887).


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OLD DELORAINE CEMETERY

(First row – east side)

Row 1    - William Alberts
    - William George Stone
-    Rosetta Ellen Alberts
-    Myrtle Jane Stone
-    John H. Alberts
-    Thomas Stone
-    Mrs. W. H. Alberts
-    Ewan Alfred Alberts


Row 2  -    Thomas W. Alberts

-    Margaret Innis – wife of John Lochead

Row 3 - 

Agnes McGregor – wife of John Muir

Row 4 -   

Charlotte Lillian Harvey – wife of G. T. Gould
   

Row 5 -    

Sarah Passmore – wife of Alfred Dugmore
-    Annie M. – wife of Wm. H. Stovin
-    John Stovin
-    John Vogt
-    Ella – daughter of Charles H. & J. T. Robinson
-    Wm. H. Disher )
-    Eliza Disher     )  all one stone
-    Arthur Disher   )


Row 6 -    

 John Renton
-    Thomas Woods
-    Annie Mary Bright – wife of Stanley McGill )
-    Lily McGill-Truax                  )  on one stone
-    Asa Elmore McGill

Row 7  -    

Arthur Hugh – son of Wm. & Sarah Urie

Row 8  -   

 Hugh Urie
-    Aubrey – son of C. J. & M. Clerihue


Row 9 -    

Ethel Gertrude Rickard – wife of Morton Naylor
-    Mary Morton – wife of Robert Russell


Row 10 -   

Melissa Tweedie – wife of Alex Craig

Row 11 -   

George & Annie Rickard


Row 12 –

Annie – wife of William Hainsworth
-    William Hainsworth

Row 13 - 

Gertie – daughter of A. R. & C. Renton
-    Myrtle,  Eva K., Albert J. – children of Albert and Alice Gage
-    Alice – wife of Albert Gage )
-    R. A. E. Gage            )  one stone
-    Robert – son of Robt & Frances Tritton
-    Mary – wife of James E. Maynard

-    C. F. Gilhuly :

This headstone  commemorates three people - Charles, his brother William Alfred, and W.A.'s daughter Verna.

C.F. Gilhuly (Charles Frederick) 1855-1887;
William Alfred Gilhuly 1857-1896;
Verna May Gilhuly 1894-1895. Verna May's panel also notes that she is the beloved
daughter of Wm & Mary H. but it's abbreviated - "Bel'd Dau'r of..." 


The bottom of the stone on Charles' panel reads:
Death's but a path that must be trod
If man would ever pass to God (along with the gates to heaven)
(The author isn't acknowledged but Google says it is Thomas Parnell.)


-    Edward Boden aus Bremen
-    Duncan & Naomi Jane McLaren
-    John Huges
-    Kate – daughter of D. & K. Steedsman