Malahide - Trinity

Trinity Cemetery

Lot 26
Concession 8

Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada

51996 Glencolin Line, Aylmer, ON N5H 2R3, Canada

MA 437
OGS 2579

Gravestone Inscriptions
and
Burials without Monuments

Elgin County Branch OGS

Summer Canada Employment Project

June 1983

Revised July 2002 by James McCallum

Latest Revision 11 August 2015 by Carol Van Harn

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    Trinity Cemetery is located in a community known as Glencolin. Although not much remains today to indicate a “settlement” once existed, the road on which the cemetery and church are located has been named Glencolin Line. Little information is known about the history of the cemetery, but the following account tells a little of the church history and the families who lived in the area.

    A deed dated Oct. 16, 1865 was registered between John & Lydia Bowen and the Trustees of the Canadian Wesleyan New Connection Chapel, Malahide, for ½ acre in the north east part of lot 26, in the Gore between con.7 and 8, for the site of a chapel and burying ground. The original church was frame and was destroyed by fire circa 1900. The 1877 Elgin Co. Historical Atlas shows a church building on this lot, which is on the south side of what is now Glencolin Line. The cemetery is shown across the road. The present brick structure was erected due to the efforts of the forty or more families supporting the church. The cornerstone was laid on Sept. 24, 1900 and the first service was held Jan. 1, 1901. At this time the church was part of the Springfield circuit (with St. John’s Methodist) and probably was affiliated with that congregation prior to this date. The church was closed in 1964. The building and one-half acre property were sold on April 2, 1964 to the Old Colony Mennonite congregation.

    In 1947 on the occasion of the anniversary service, Rev. J. T. White wrote an article in the Aylmer Express, April 27, 1947, which gives some history of the church and lists the forty families with a brief account of each.
TRINITY CHURCH, MALAHIDE, TO KEEP ITS ANNIVERSARY NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON

    Trinity United Church, located on the 8th concession of Malahide, will celebrate an anniversary service on Sunday, April 27, at 3 p.m., when a distinguished clerk, Major the Rev. D. A. Cowan, an ex-padre in the Canadian forces, will be the guest speaker.

    The present red brick structure was erected at the turn of the century - some 47 years ago - after fire had destroyed the frame building. The history of the congregation dates back nearly 100 years. The community has changed much in recent years. A glimpse into the past reveals a picture of 50 years ago that was most enviable. Then there were 40 or more families that gave the church wonderful support. They gathered loyally together for their Sunday service of worship and filled the church. The building committee for the present structure were: John Kelley; Isaac Haney; Thomas Benner; George Roy; Gus. Pound, now of Edmonton, Alberta; Fowler Thomas, now of Detroit; and George Lindsay, of Springfield.

    The former four are all dead. A brief survey of the congregation of 50 years ago is interesting.
Caleb Hunt and family who attended well. They lived on a farm a little east and south of the Jenkins’ farm. A house, the only remaining evidence of the homestead, was burnt last fall.

R. Waite and family of 7 children who seldom missed church service, lived on a farm on the 9th concession now occupied by Arthur Brown.

Thomas Benner, and family of 5 boys - staunch church folk - lived on a farm now part of the T. Jenkins farm. A house, the last remaining evidence of the homestead, was moved away recently.

John Kelley and family who was the church caretaker for years and a loyal attender at services, lived on the farm now occupied by Ralph Dunn.

Washington McKenney, and family of two girls - now Mrs. Luella Pound - church organist for years, and Mrs. Fowler Thomas - great workers in the church - lived on the farm now owned by Mr. Frank Williams.

Fowler Thomas - a member of the building committee, now of Detroit, lived on the present Williams farm.

George Roy and family, whose son Blake, lives in Springfield, lived on a farm on the sideroad, south, on the east side - now a tobacco farm.

John Bowen and family of two lived on a farm across from Gordon Staley’s farm. They were usually at services on Sunday.

John Lindsay and family whose voice was often heard in prayer meetings lived on a farm south and on the east side of the road near the Nesbitt farm. The only evidence of the old farmstead are some apple trees. A daughter - Mrs. F. Sansburn - is still active in Trinity.

Wilson Haney and family of two, likewise, were regular attenders. Mrs. Haney in her 88th year, still lives on the homestead.

George W. Bearss and family of seven were great workers in Sunday School and church. This is now a tobacco farm. The large red brick farm house was built by Mr. Bearss.

Joseph Nesbitt and family of three gave good support to the church. A son, Lorne Nesbitt, lives on the old homestead. The daughters, Mrs. Bert Woodworth and Mrs. M. Simons are still with us.

Samuel Pound and family of six were always at church services. They lived on the farm occupied now by a daughter, Mrs. George Stanfield. Much help was given to the church choir by this family.

Charles Bowen and family lived east on the 8th concession on south side of the road. The farm was recently purchased by Mr. Walsh.

Hiram Laur was Sunday school Superintendent for years. They lived at the end of con. 8, near the gravel pit. Were wonderful church workers.

John Gillett lived on a farm now occupied by Mr. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Gillett have retired to Aylmer.

Webb Woodsworth, father of Bert Woodsworth, lived on a farm on the 8th con, now a tobacco farm. Mrs. Pearl Millard, a daughter, was church organist.

George Lindsay and family of two sons lived on the farm now owned by Mrs. Sansburn. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay are now retired, living in Springfield. Their sons, Osmun and Arnold are Springfield farmers.

Edward Zavitz and family of two lived on a farm south on the sideroad now occupied by Mr. Trim. The Zavitz family supported the church well.

Henry Laur and family lived on the farm now occupied by Thomas Jenkins. He built the large red brick house. They were always at church services.

George Disbrowe and family lived on the farm now occupied by Norman Brooks. Later they moved east to the farm recently sold to Mr. O’Brien. It was from this farm that a son , Bert Disbrowe, retired to Aylmer. They were a very loyal church family.

John Harris, son-in-law to Isaac Haney, lived west of Glencolin corners on the farm now owned by Mr. Weaver. They seldom missed church.

George Thomas [?], son-in-law to James Haney lived on a farm at Glencolin corners. A gaunt cement silo, alone, marks the site of their homestead.

Isaac Haney and family of three daughters lived on the farm across from Willard Brooks. Mr. Haney was a pillar in the church. His father was the first minister in the old frame church. This family is deserving of special mention.

John Porter and family lived on a farm south on the sideroad. The buildings have disappeared. They were also active in Trinity Church. A son - Fred Porter - is living, retired in Springfield.

Samuel Staley, noted for his hospitality and generosity, lived on the farm and built the large farm house now owned by his nephew, Gordon Staley.

John Staley, a brother of Samuel, and father of Gordon, lived where the old sawmill still stands. The farmhouse has gone.

John Chambers and later his son Solon, lived near the church on a farm now occupied by Mr. Knoft.

Samuel Young and family kept the post office at Glencolin corners. Their home was on a lot across from the house now occupied by Wellington Church. An old pump, alone, marks the sight of their homestead. They attended Trinity. Glen Young, the hardware merchant of Springfield, is a grandson.

Wallace Newell and family lived on a farm on the 9th con., now owned by his son Clayton and his mother. This family attended Trinity and were a great help.

Ellison McKenney and family lived on a farm now owned by his daughter, Mrs. Grace Faw. Ellison Jr. is a son. The family attended Trinity.

Herbert Newell and family lived at the east end of the 8th con., on the south side of the road. The Newell family were greatly interested in the church choir. Mr. Newell is retired living in Aylmer.

Edgar Houghton and large family were good church workers. They lived on the 8th con., on the farm recently occupied by the late William Shepherd. This family supported the church to the limit both morally and financially.

Charles Lindsay and family lived on a farm east on the 9th con., on north side of the road. All the farm buildings have disappeared. Mrs. George E. Combs of Springfield is a daughter. They were good church folk.

George Pound lived on his 9th con. farm where his widow Luella Pound still lives. In her younger years Mrs. Pound was church organist both in the old and new church.

Rolls Waite - son of Rodmond Waite - lived on the farm now owned by Charles Anger. This family were members of Trinity and attended well.

Wid Firby recently deceased in Aylmer, lived east of Kilmer school on the 8th con. Mrs. Firby was President of Trinity W. A. for years, and they attended well.

Thomas Firby and family lived east of Kilmer school on north side of the road. Mrs. Firby was a charter member of Trinity W. A. She was a very faithful member of the church and noted for her hospitality.

Ernest Dell and family lived on the farm 2 miles east of Trinity, now owned by Earl Franklin. They now live in Aylmer. And are lovingly remembered for their interest in Trinity Church. These all died in the faith, having served their God and generation as staunch pioneers.

Ministers who have served Trinity congregation during the last 80 years are

 Revs. J. N. Elliott; W. D. Hughson; J. T. Davis; Albert Kennedy; W. G. Brown; T. R. McNair; R. E. Hamilton; George Thompson; W. Fansher; R. C. Parsons; A. G. Going; John Veale; John Morrison; J. F. Edwards; W. H. Butt; George Andrews; E. W. Edwards; J. F. Reycraft; George Jewitt; Dr. Barnby; Waldemar Williams; C. W. DeWitt Cosens; A. M. Grant; George Morley; Harry Royle; Ross R. Hare, and the present minister is Joseph T. White of Springfield.

Trinity will be at home to all who remember her with love and affection, and all who wish to attend another anniversary celebration on Sunday, April 27th , 3 p.m., Harry West, George Heipleh, Bert Woodworth, George Stanfield, Mrs. Earl Hayward and Mrs. F. Sansburn, members of the Church Board and on behalf of the congregation bid you a hearty welcome.

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.01 Pink granite; birds, guitar, cherub (east); musical notes (west)
east - Together Forever / PHILLIPS / Melvin H. / “Mel” / Feb. 13, 1926 / Oct. 25, 1999 / Muriel K. / NEFF / Mar. 19, 1933 /

west - In Loving Memory / PHILLIPS / Clarence / Hugh “Skip” / July 29, 1959 - / beloved son

1. White marble rectangular stone; hand holding open bible motif, with inscription: Rev. XIV.13

John STRONG - Trinity Cemetery, Malahide, Elgin, Ontario, Canada

In memory of / John STRONG / who died / Aug. 19, 1877 / aged / 64 years / & 17 days / [verse illegible]

2. White marble rectangular stone; two weeping willows and monument motif; hands shaking motif;

Gone but not forgotten / In / memory of / Margaret / wife of / John STRONG / died Jun. 5, 1872 / AE 57 yrs 4 mos / [first two lines of verse illegible] / Till death shall close my earthly / Our friendship to renew /

3. Black granite; rose motif

PAGET 

/ James E. / 1897 - 1984 / his wife / Beatrice CORLESS / 1899 - 1972 / K. “Mac” PAGET / 1928 - /
3.1 Black granite

PARSONS


/ Stanley (Pat) / Mar. 8, 1903 / Nov. 4, 1983 / his wife / Stella PAGET / May 5, 1905 / Mar. 6, 1987 /

footstones: Pat, Stella

4. Red granite

Richard WILCOX / 1837 - 1917 / Rosanna COLLVER / his wife / 1847 - 1926 / Evelyn G. LAUR / 1872 - 1956 / WILCOX /

5. Fence post

6. Marble

Henry LAUR / 1850 - 1939 /

7. Red granite on white granite base

FLAGG 

/ Stanley 1930 - 1959 / son of George / 1894 - 1973 / Bessie / 1900 - 1991 /

footstone: Stanley

8. Black granite on white granite base

KILMER 

/ Leonard Clayton / 1882 - 1954 / Ida Gertrude / his wife / 1880 - 1965 / buried in Otter Valley Cemetery /
9. Double headstone

Thomas KILMER / died / July 4, 1845 / aged 84 years / Margaret / wife of / Thomas KILMER / died May 10, 1858 / aged 90 years / Precious is the sight of the Lord / ___is the death of his saints /

10. Marble on cement base

KILMER 

/ John / KILMER / 1837 - 1894 / Sarah Ann / KILMER / 1843 - 1900 / Hannah Edna KILMER / their daughter / 1867 - 1888 /
11. Marble

FLAGG 

/ Michael / FLAGG / died / Jan. 30, 1918 / aged / 49 yrs 7 ms /
12. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow motif

In memory of / Sarah / beloved wife of / David FLAGG / died Sep. 17, 1904 / age 36 y’rs / 7 m’s 11 d’s / Once in our happy pleasant home / Thy form we all could see / But now in solitude we watch / And sigh and weep for thee / But soon we’ll have a heavenly home / A home so bright and fair / And O, we’ll see thee ever then / Dwell with thee ever there / Powell & Son / London /

13. White marble rectangular stone

In memory of / Martha Jane / wife of / David FLAGG / who died / June 17, 1887 / aged / 33 yrs 10 mos & 14 days / [verse illegible]

14. White marble rectangular stone; rose motif

In memory of / Julia / dau of / David & Martha / FLAGG / who died / July 18, 1884 / aged 5 m’s 1 day / Sleep on dear child and / take thy rest in Jesus / arms, forever blest /

15. Cross vault obelisk
Southeast - In memory / of / Wm Clarence / died / July 30, 1888 / aged 2 y’rs 1 mo / & 10 days / Albert / died / Sept. 19, 1889 / aged / 4 mo’s & 4 ds / children of / Alfred & Mary WINTERS /

Northeast - Ella May / died / Sept. 8, 1894 / aged / 4 m’s & 21 ds / Too good for / earth God / called her / home

16. Double headstone

Little / Anna M. / died / Feb. 19, 1880 / aged / 10 mo’s / Little / Willie / died / Feb. 25, 1879 / aged / 4 mo / children of W. & E. NICHOL /

17. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow motif

In memory of / Eliza E. / wife of / Caleb B. HUNT / died / March 2, 1889 / aged / 55 yrs 11 mos & 5 dys / Rev. XIV.13 /

18. Column with double cement base
Southwest - Sarah J. BRICKLEY / beloved wife of / J. E. LEARN / born / Aug. 29, 1844 / died / Feb. 6, 1928 / A Good Mother /

Southeast - In / memory of / J. E. LEARN / who died / Aug. 23, 1894 / aged / 51 ys 8 ms / & 28 ds / His many virtues form the / noble of monumental to his memory / LEARN /

Northwest - In / memory of / Asa LEARN / 1812 - 1902 /

Northeast - In / memory of / Elizabeth / wife of / Asa LEARN / who died / June 24, 1884 / aged / 64 y’rs 5 m’s / & 28 d’s / Her words by _____ are shrined and sainted / Her deeds forever dear / Her form by memory deftly painted / ________ sweetly hear /

19. Red granite ground stone

William KILMER / 1878 - 1948 / his wife / Mabel KILMER / 1880 - 1973 /

20. Marble ground stone

Alice / 1888 - 1946 /

21. Marble ground stone

Frank / 1884 - 1965 /

22. Red granite on red granite base; rose motif

BURDGE 

/ Francis R. / 1892 - 1975 / his wife / Rose / 1897 - 1959 /
23. Grey marble

Thomas Edmund / KILMER / 1849 - 1923 / Eliza Jane / his wife / 1852 - 1882 /

24. Double headstone; two weeping willows; hands shaking motif; stone fallen in ground [illegible in 2002]
In memory / of Bor___ / KILMER / who died / Jan. 19, 1899 / aged / _____ / In memory of / John KILMER / who died / Aug 2_, 1878 / [rest illegible] /
[NOTE:  Deborah BEARSS bn 12 Aug 1811, died 19 January 1893, d/o Daniel BEARSS and Ann STEELE - John B. KILMER bn 7 Dec 1808, died 27 Aug 1879, s/o Thomas KILMER and Margaret CHRYSLER - TF and CVH November 2009]
25. Obelisk on cement base; open book motif on top; gates opening under archway motif on south east face
Southeast - Julia M. / wife of / Ervin / E. LAUR / died / May 10, 1893 / in her / 34th year /

Northwest - Lovila / wife of / Ervin / E. LAUR / died / Aug. 9, 1909 / aged / 44 y’s

Northeast - Atkinson / Simcoe

26. Block of cement in ground - no stone [probably a plot marker]

27. White marble rectangular stone; broken off at top; fallen in ground
[first part missing] / dau of / John H. & Hannah E. / LAUR / died / Mar. 23, 1875 / AE 11 yrs 1 mo & 23 ds / She has gone to heaven before us / But she turns and waves her hand / Pointing to the glories o’er us / In that happy Spirit land /

[Note: the 1871 Malahide census shows a daughter Josephine, age 7, which fits with the age of the above daughter ]

28. White marble rectangular stone; broken in half; hand holding book motif

John H. LAUR / died / Oct. 3, 1878 / aged 43 y’rs 3 mo’s / & 17 ds / [words illegible] companion and father though has left us / And thy loss we deeply feel / And tis God that hath bereft us / Christ can all our sorrows heal / J. R. Hutchinson, Aylmer

29. White marble rectangular stone; two weeping willows; hand holding open book motif; stone fallen in ground

John H. / son of / John H. & Hannah E. / LAUR / died Oct. 22, 1878 / aged 17 y’rs 11 m’s / Hutchinson, Aylmer /

30. White marble rectangular stone, cement base; two weeping willows; hand holding open book motif

Mary E. / wife of / Kelley HAGGEDONE / dau of / John H. & Hannah E. / LAUR / died Dec. 6, 1893 / aged 26 years / 6 mo’s & 17 d’s / Tis sweet to visit her grave / And dwell on scenes long since gone by / To treasure [rest illegible]

31. Block of stone - [probably a plot marker]

32. Grey marble rectangular stone with cement base

Farewell / In / memory of / Minerva / wife of / Wm. E. LAUR / died / Jan. 6, 1894 / aged / 37 years / & 27 days / tis sweet to visit now her grave / And dwell on scenes long since gone by / To treasure thought of one so dear / And learn to feel that all must die /

33. Red granite on cement base

William E. / LAUR / 1854 - 1929 /

34. Small stone with cement base

My little / son / Willie ROY /

35. White marble rectangular stone, cement base; two weeping willows; hand holding open book motif

In / memory of / Amos / son of / Gideon & Eleanor / ROY / died Sept. 3, 1881 / in his 31st year / Gone but not forgotten /

36. White marble rectangular stone; cement base

In memory of / Eleanor / wife of / Gideon ROY / died / June 3, 1895 / aged 73 years / & 11 mo’s / Farewell to you dear children all / From you a mother Christ doth call / Mourn not for me, it is in vain / To call me to your sight again /

37. White marble rectangular stone; broken [flat in ground in 2002]

In / memory of / Gideon ROY / who died / June 18, 1888 / aged [rest missing]

38. White marble rectangular stone; rose motif [in ground, part missing]

___acher / son of / _____as & Sarah C. / KILMER / died Nov. 15, 1871 / aged 2 m’s 15 d’s / ___________of earth / And called him home /

39. Footstone: C. K.

40. Footstone [no name] -

Father / Our precious to our / hearts has gone. The / voice we loved is stilled. The place made vacant / in our home can never / more be filled / ___________/ Our father in his wisdom / called the boon his love / had given. And though / on earth the body lies / The soul is safe in / Heaven

41. Grey stone; double base; open book on top; gates and path motif
West - Thy will be done / At rest / In memory of / Abram KILMER / who died / Feb. 2, 1900 / aged 72 years / Mary Jane KILMER / died Nov. 4, 1901 / aged 68 ys 5 ms 20 ds

North - Edith / KILMER / died / Sep. 8, 1875 / 1 month / & 10 d’ys / James E. / KILMER / died / Nov. 5, 1875 / age 13 y’rs / 3 m’s & 7 d’s /

42. Cross vault obelisk with urn on top; white marble on double cement and marble base
northwest - Sarah / died Nov. 17, 1870 / AE 3 m’s 17 d’s / Jessey / died Aug. 14, 1872 / AE 1 y’s 10 m 6 d / Charles / died June 8, 1873 / AE 2 mo’s / Ada Estella / died Mar. 11, 1874 / AE 10 mo’s / children of William & Sophronia / KILMER /

northeast - In / memory of / Sophronia / KILMER / who died / July 8, 1887 / aged / 47 ys 2 ms / & 9 dys / He cannot tell who next may fall / Beneath thy chast’ning rod / One must be but let us all / Prepare to meet our God /

southeast - In / memory of / Wm. KILMER / who died / July 18, 1884 / aged 47 years / & 9 mo’s / A friend from our household gone / A voice we loved is stilled / A place is vacant at our home / Which never can be filled / KILMER

43. Short obelisk; white marble on cement base

ROY


/ Sarah J. / ROY / died / Nov. 5, 1925 / in her 66th year / Daniel B. / ROY / died / Jan. 25, 1927 / in his 83rd year /
44. Obelisk with urn on top; red granite, 8 ft. high, cement base
Northwest - In / memory of / Hiram / LAUR / died / Aug. 5, 1930 / aged 71 y’rs / Alma / wife of / Hiram LAUR / died Feb. 11, 1898 / aged 21 y’rs

Southwest - In / memory of / George LAUR / who died / Feb. 21, 1897 / aged / 72 years / Lidia Ann / his wife / died Nov. 12, 1895 / aged 72 y’rs / At rest /

Southeast - LAUR

45. White marble obelisk; stone fallen in ground; two birds, two weeping willows, hand clasped motif

In / memory of / Willie / son of George & Lydia A. / LAUR / died / Nov. 12, 1868 / AE 3 ys & 5 ms / Weep not for me my parents dear / I am not dead but sleeping here / I was not yours but God’s alone / He loved me best and took me home / J. W. Smyth / London

46. Obelisk with urn broken off; marble and double cement base
Southwest - Rosannah / wife of / Geo. W. BEARSS / born / Aug. 29, 1853 / died / Aug. 13, 1919 / George W. / BEARSS / born / Oct. 27, 1852 / died / July 18, 1930 /

Southeast - In / memory of / Erld / died / July 25, 1895 / Herald M. / died / Mar. 1, / 1896 / age 7 mo’s / & 5 days / twin children of G. W. & Rose BEARSS / BEARSS /

Northwest - Albert G. / SUMMERS / 1887 - 1947 / his wife / Ida / BEARSS / 1885 - 1968/

47. Black granite on granite base

LAUR 

/ Murray / 1891 - 1981 / Josephine / 1894 - 1975 / son Sheldon / 1913 - 1943 / daughter Irene SYKES 1915 - 2001 /
47.1 Black granite [no surname or dates]

Irene / loving mother / of / June, Wayne / & Joanne /

48. Red granite

Sheldon / LAUR / 1913 - 1943 /

49. Cross vault obelisk, ornament on top missing; marble and double cement base
Southeast - George LAUR / [not cut] - 1918 / LAUR

Northeast - Thos. D. LAUR / died / Feb. 16, 1875 / in his / 4th year / Josephine LAUR / died / Mar. 23, 1875 / in her / 12th year / Atkinson Co. / Simcoe /

Northwest - John H. LAUR / died / Oct. 3, 1878 / in his / 44th year / Hannah E. DENNIS / his wife died / Apr. 15, 1910 / in her / 71st year /

Southwest - Mary E. LAUR / wife of / Kelly HAGADONE / died / Dec. 6, 1893 / in her / 27th year / John H. LAUR Jr. / died / Oct. 22, 1878 / in his / 18th year /

50. Holy Bible with inscription “ Holy Bible”
East - archway and gates opening motif - At rest / Mary Anne / dau of / Wm W. & Charlotte / KILMER / died Apr. 13, 1897 / age 1 mo 10 d’s / This lovely flower to us / a while was given / transplanted now it bri- / ghtly blooms in heaven / KILMER / H & T, Aylmer /

West - In / memory of / Jno. Nelson KILMER / who died / Sept. 6th 1895 / aged / 52 y’rs 5 mo’s / & 28 days / Our father / Margaret / wife of / Nelson KILMER / died Mar. 12, 1911 / in her 70th year /

51. Marble stone with urn on top of a roof held by four pillars on a palace styled structure
East - In memory of / John McKENNEY / who died / Sept. 2, 1886 / aged 68 y’s 4 mos / & 17 ds / McKENNEY

West - In memory of / Ann / beloved wife of / John McKENNEY / died Nov. 18, 1884 / aged 55 y’rs /

52. Sculpted tree stump of stone with open book on top
Left - In memory of / Washington / McKENNEY / who died / June 7, 1897 / aged / 60 years / 6 m’s 28 d’s / Thy will be done / Right - In memory of / Nancy E. / McKENNEY / who died / June 3, 1912 / in her / 69th year / I will not / leave you / comfortless /

On branches: Inazella, Luella, infant

53.

In memory of / John V. STALEY / died Jan. 8, 1904 / in his 75th year / I came to the spot where the lone pilgrim lay / and pensively stood by his tomb / When in a low whisper I heard something say / How sweetly I sleep here alone / STALEY /

54. Red granite [surname only]

WILLIAMS

55. Red granite on granite base

Geo. Arthur DISBROWE / born Lincolnshire, England / May 20, 1855 - Apr. 11, 1932 / his wife / Melissa Ann MONTEITH / Aug. 22, 1859 - May 3, 1945 / DISBROWE /

56. Red granite on granite base
West - Edith ST. CLAIR / wife of / Elston W. BAMBRICK / 1897 - 1922 / BAMBRICK /

East - Alva V. ST. CLAIR / 1861 - 1930 / his wife / M. Edith POUND / 1873 - 1953 / parents of / S. Andrew J. ST. CLAIR / 1895 - 1974 / A. M. Edith E. ST. CLAIR / 1897 - 1922 / Claudia STALEY / 1902 - 1961 / ST. CLAIR /

57. Cross vault obelisk, red granite on cement base
South - Margaret / wife of / John M. / ANDERSON / 1874 - 1913 / Mary ANDERSON / 1870 - 1933 / ANDERSON /

East - John M. ANDERSON / 1875 - 1932 /

58. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow motif

Hulda MANNING / wife of Wm. CORLESS / Apr. 21, 1871 / May 11, 1936 /

58.1 Black granite ground stone

CORLESS 

/ William / CORLESS / 1869 - 1953 / Hulda / MANNING / 1871 - 1936 /
59. Ground stone

James BOLTON / 1885 - 1942 /

 [Note: Also buried in this cemetery, but without a marker, is Edith Ellen WHITCROFT , wife of James BOLTON, born January 20, 1885, died August 23, 1956. The location of her burial is not known; it could be beside her husband, or with her sister Rachel STALEY (see stone # 90) - information supplied by relative James L. McCallum]

60. Ground stone - Bob

61. Open Bible with “Asleep in Jesus” inscribed
East - gates opening under archway motif - In memory of / Barney FAW / died Mar. 11, 1912 / in his 37th year / Grace FAW / 1871 - 1963 / FAW

South - E. Ray FAW / 1906 - 1979 /

62. Red granite on cement base
Asleep / in Jesus / Barbara / McKENNEY / 1842 - 1914 / Ellison / McKENNEY / 1834 - 1919 / McKENNEY / Hutchinson, Aylmer

[Ellison McKenney died July 15 1919 - PS & CVH, July 2006]

63. Marble

McKENNEY


/ Murtie B. / McKENNEY / died / April 2, 1910 / in her 41st yr / daughter of / Ellison McKENNEY / S. W. Laird, Ingersoll /
64. Marble on double cement base
East - Blessed are the dead / In / memory of / John / LINDSAY / died / Mar. 5, 1918 / in his / 84th year / In / memory of / Margaret / wife of / John LINDSAY / died / Mar. 16, 1907 / aged 69 y’rs / 8 m’s 16 d’s / Blessed are the dead / who die in the Lord / LINDSAY

West - William O. MILLS / 1879 - 1949 / his wife / Emma LINDSAY / 1887 - 1973 / Lawrence MILLS / 1905 - 1990 /

65. Marble

In loving / memory of / Helen M. / dau of / John E. & Bertha / LINDSAY / died / Sept. 11, 1906 / age 1 year / & 7 days / Our Baby /

66. Completely broken off

67. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow ; fallen in ground

In / memory of / Catharine LINDSAY / who died / Oct. 22, 1884 / age / [broken off]

68. Fallen in ground; broken and illegible

69. White marble rectangular stone

In / memory of / Matilda BROOKS / died / Feb’y 6, 1904 / aged / 74 years / Sister thou art gone to rest / We will not weep to thee / For thou art now where oft / on earth. Thy spirit longed to be / H & T, Aylmer /

70. White marble rectangular stone; roses motif

In / memory of / Mary Ann / McLAIN / who died / Mar. 13, 1907 / aged / 80 years / Gone but not forgotten /

71. Granite ground stone

Viola LINDSAY / 1875 - 1961

72. Granite ground stone

Charles / LINDSAY / 1847 - 1932 /

73. Granite ground stone

Eliza Jane / LINDSAY / 1845 - 1918 /

74. White marble rectangular stone; flower motif

Etta Marilla / dau of / James & Dianna / KILMER / died Sep. 9, 1873 / AE 5 ms & 11 d’s

75. White marble rectangular stone; rose motif [nearly illegible in 2002]

Charles W. / son of / Chas. & Sarah / KILMER / died _____9, 187_ /

76. White marble rectangular stone; rose motif [nearly illegible in 2002]
Bertha / dau of / Chas. & _____ / KILMER / ________ 1876 /

[Note: a death registration (#2340-77) gives the date of death for Bertha KILMER as September 5, 1876 ]

77. Cross vault obelisk, marble urn, broken off
South - In / memory of / William / NESBITT / who died / Aug. 6, 1898 / aged / 84 years / NESBITT /
West - Betsy / wife of / William / NESBITT / died / Nov. 18, 1900 / aged / 77 years /

North - Ross / son of / S. D. & Elizabeth / NESBITT / died / Mar. 13, 1890 / age 1 year / 3 m’s 23 d’s /

78. Cross vault obelisk, urn
South - Charles / LINDSAY / born / Mar. 22, 1847 / died / Dec. 5, 1932 / LINDSAY /

North - Thomas / died / Oct. 16, 1879 / aged / 4 months / & 3 days / Lominea / died / Feb. 21, 1877 / aged 3 mos / D. W____ & Co. Delhi /

Southwest - Eliza Jane / wife of / Chas. LINDSAY / born / April 28, 1845 / died / Apr. 25, 1918 /

Northwest - In / memory of / Wm. Melvin / son of / Chas. & Eliza J. / LINDSAY / died / Nov. 8, 1892 / aged / 20 y’rs / 4 mo’s / & 17 days /

79. Red granite stone on granite base
East - John R. NESBITT / 1855 - 1928 / John O. NESBITT / 1881 - 1891 / Samuel D. NESBITT / 1863 - 1936 / NESBITT

West - Edward D. LAUR / 1831 - 1915 / Nancy J. LAUR / 1834 - 1915 / John BROOKS / 1831 - 1904 /

80. Grey stone on base
East - In loving memory / Jabez MARTIN / July 27, 1859 / Dec. 7, 1938 / his wife / Naomi THOMAS / Dec. 17, 1866 / June 23, 1942 / Peace / THOMAS /

West - In / memory of / Mary Jane / beloved wife of / Joseph THOMAS / died / May 25, 1896 / in her / 58th year / In / memory of / Joseph THOMAS / died / Mar. 17, 1913 / in his / 77th year / Asleep / in / Jesus /

81. Grey marble on marble and cement base
East - Gothic “B” ; path & gates motif ; In memory of / Mary A. wife of John A. BOWEN / 1863 - 1919 / John A. BOWEN / 1853 - 1940 / BOWEN /

West - Francis H. BOWEN / 1886 - 1887 / Cora M. BOWEN / 1893 - 1907 / Vera V. HERMAN / May 24, 1900 / Dec. 30, 1988 /

82. Grey marble rectangular stone [in front of #81 ]

Frankie / infant son of / John A. & Alfretta / BOWEN / who died / Dec. 20, 1887 / age / 1 yr 7 ms / & 11 ds / We loved this tender little one / And would have wished him stay / But let our Father’s will be done / He shines in endless day /

83. Red granite on white granite base
East - McKENNEY / Ellison / 1878 - 1954 / his wife / Ellen Gladys / Amy STOKES / 1897 - 1973 /

West - Olive STOKES / 1882 - 1964 / Rose STOKES / 1893 - 1975 / Vera Louella / 1931 - 1990 / daughter of / Ellison & Ellen /

Footstone: Ellison

84. Red granite on white granite base

ANGER 

/ Charles M. / 1879 - 1960 / wife / Gertrude / 1888 - 1969 / Anderson Monument Works / Aylmer Ont. /

Footstone: Gertie, Charlie

85. Red granite, flat headstone

Susie ANGER / 1881 - 1959 /

86. Black granite on white granite base
East - Margaret PAGET / NORTON / 1910 - 1944 / Joseph PAGET / 1865 - 1953 / Ada E. his wife / 1875 - 1962 / PAGET

West - H. J. PAGET / 1901 - 1969 /

Footstones: Father, Mother, Margaret

87. Red granite on white granite base

Andrew Wilson HANEY / 1851 - 1923 / Mary E. BAIN / his wife / 1859 - 1949 / L. Earl HANEY / 1895 - 1967 / HANEY

88. White marble cross on double cement base

Cpt. / L. E. HANEY / R 169897 / served / in / 2nd World / War / 1895 - 1967 /

89. Red granite on cement base

Mae FALKINS / wife of / L. Earl HANEY / 1895 - 1975 /

90. Red granite on granite base
West - STALEY / Samuel STALEY / born Feb. 21, 1844 - died Jan. 4, 1937 / Louisa E. / beloved wife of / Samuel STALEY / born July 21, 1843 - died May 9, 1929 /

East - John M. STALEY / 1829 - 1895 / Elizabeth STALEY / his wife / 1854 - 1930 / J. Gordon STALEY / 1876 - 1952 / his wife / Rachel STALEY / 1871 - 1941 /

[NOTE: Stone for John M. STALEY, Death certificate # 7121, died March 30 1896 - PS & CVH August 2006]

91. Stone

Lizzie WEVER / 1873 - 1959 /

92. Marble

James WEVER / 1865 - 1949 /

93. White Marble

Ephraim KOYLE / 1844 - 1912 /

94. White marble rectangular stone; lamb sleeping motif

In / memory of / Robert / son of / Isaac & Annie YOUNG / died Dec. 13, 1873 / aged 31 y’rs 10 mos /

95. Double stone

Left - Annie YOUNG / died / Nov. 23, 1908 / in her / 79th year / Right - Isaac YOUNG / died / May 20, 1903 / in his / 84th year / YOUNG /

96. White marble rectangular stone - fallen in ground; finger pointing upwards motif [illegible in 2002]

In / memory of / Daniel BEARSS / who died / Mar. 9, 1877 / [rest of stone broken off]

97. White marble rectangular stone; broken in half; finger pointing upwards motif

In / memory of / Peter F. / son of / John & Lydia BOWEN / who died / Jan. 15, 1879 / aged / 20 y’s 7 m’s & 20 d’s / _________ is in his ______ / His _____ to songs of praise / [rest illegible]

98. White marble rectangular stone; finger pointing upwards motif [illegible in 2002]

In / memory of / George BOWEN / who died / Jan. 25, 1872 / aged / 28 yrs / 2 ms & 17 ds /

99. White marble rectangular stone; hand holding Bible; Holy Bible

In memory of / Roxanna / wife of / Cornelius E. BOWEN / died Oct. 5, 1880 / aged / 80 years / [verse illegible, except “God with thee”] /

100. White marble rectangular stone

In memory of / Lydia / wife of / John BOWEN / who died / Oct. 19, 1898 / aged 78 y’rs / 2 m’s 26 d’s / Behold a tender mother’s gone / [line illegible] / She’s gone to her eternal home / To number with the dead /

101. White marble rectangular stone

In memory of / John BOWEN / who died / June 5, 1886 / aged / 67 y’rs 8 mo’s / & 5 days / [verse illegible]

102. Grey granite on cement base

KELLEY

/ John KELLEY / 1827 - 1913 / Elizabeth KELLEY / 1837 - 1920 / their son Frank / 1863 - 1938 / Ida E. DILTS, his wife / 1863 - 1944 /
103. Grey granite ground stone

FAW

/ Reta W. / TREMAIN / 1908 - 2004 / mother / Warren W. / FAW / 1909 - 2013 / father /
104. Grey granite ground stone
Grandfather / Dell BOWEN / 1888 - 1965 /

footstone: Dell

105. Grey granite
At rest / Martha M. BOWEN / died Feb. 26th / 1908 / aged / 48 years / Cornelius E. BOWEN / died Feb. 22nd , 1928 / aged 62 years / C. Delbert BOWEN / 1888 - 1965 / his wife / Flossie M. BOWEN / 1892 - 1977 / Hutchinson Aylmer

footstone: Flossie

106. Stone

In memory of / Permelea / wife of / Ebenezer KELLY / who died / Sept. 8, 1895 / in the 78th year / of her age / In memory of / Ebenezer KELLY / who died / Feb. 13, 1903 / in the 84th year / of his age / At rest / KELLY /

107. White marble rectangular stone; two weeping willows; finger pointing; [illegible in 2002] Rest /

Left - [illegible] / died / Feb. 25, 18__ / aged / 93 y’rs 9 mo’s / & 11 days / Right - Mary / [illegible] / died / Mar. 3, 1881 / aged / 87 y’rs 11 mo’s / & 19 days / Our parents here ________ / The dearest _______ / But though the ______ /

108. Broken off at top

[missing] died / Oct. 9, 1885 / aged 1 yr 6 ms 13 ds / dau of Cornelius & Martha / BOWEN / A little flower of love / That blossomed but to die / Transplanted now above / To bloom with God on high /

109. White marble rectangular stone; fallen in ground; dove motif

In / memory of / Mary M. / dau of John & Lydia / BOWEN / died / Nov. 13, 1858 / AE 3 ys 5 m / & 21 ds / Her mother & her father here / Her sisters, brothers, friends _______ / We all have lost her merry dear / Our Mary’s gone / J. W. Smyth / London /

110. Cross vault obelisk; marble on cement base
Southwest - fern motif; In memory of / G. A. GAVITT / died / Sept. 17, 1896 / aged / 26 years / & 6 mo’s / Gone but not / forgotten / GAVITT /

Northwest - hand holding flower motif; Sylvia A. / wife of / C. C. BATES / 1863 - 1926 / A kind and / loving wife /

111. White marble rectangular stone

In memory of / Charles / Lorne / who died / July 12, 1886 / AE 3 m’s 5 d / son of / Sylvia BOWEN / Suffer little Lorne to come / unto me, and forbid him [rest illegible] /

112. White marble rectangular stone; lamb sleeping motif [nearly illegible]

In memory of / Christian J.[?] BEARSS [?] or BOWEN [?] / who died / Aug. 8, 1858 / aged 2 weeks / & 3 days / [verse illegible] / J. R. Hughes, St. Thomas /

113. Double stone; rose motif

Left - In memory of / Welthy Ann / who died / Aug. 15, 1871 / aged 1 day / Right - In memory of / Sarah Jane / who died / Feb. 13, 1873 / aged 5 ms & 22 ds / children of John N. & Welthy Ann BEARSS /

114. White marble rectangular stone; two weeping willows; finger pointing upwards; hands shaking motif
There is rest in Heaven / In / memory of / Welthy Ann / wife of / John N. BEARSS / [illegible] / aged 23 yrs 5 ms / & 20 days / [verse illegible] /

[Note: death registration for Wealthy Ann BEARSS gives date of death as Jan. 14, 1873]

115. Obelisk; 10 ft red granite; double cement base
Southwest - In / memory / of / Daniel POUND / who died / Dec. 27, 1893 / aged / 56 y’rs 7 mo’s / & 9 days / Mary / his wife / died Dec. 1, 1902 / aged / 59 y’rs 4 mo’s / & 7 days / POUND /

Northwest - Albert POUND / 1874 - 1911 / J. Wesley POUND / 1866 - 1947 /

Southeast - Ella J. HOLCOMBE / SCHOOLEY / June 7, 1878 / Nov. 15, 1965 / J. Wilson HOLCOMBE / Aug. 31, 1880 / Jan. 30, 1920 / husband of Ella POUND / Kenneth W. P. HOLCOMBE / Feb. 7, 1913 / May 21, 1980 /

Northeast - Theresa A. / died / Nov. 21st, 1871 / aged 2 y’rs / 3 mo’s & 28 days / Annie L. / died / Jan. 27, 1882 / age 6 m’s 26 d’s / children of / Daniel & Mary / POUND

116. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow; lamb sleeping motif

Caroline RAISON / died / Nov. 6, 1863 / AE 2 ys 3 ms / & 27 dys / Suffer little children to / come unto me and forbid / them not /

117. Red granite ground stone

Mother / Iva L. WEBSTER / 1909 - 1955 /

118. Cross vault obelisk with urn
Southwest - In / memory of / Nancy Ann / wife of / Daniel / BEARSS / died / Dec. 11, 1897 / aged 63 y’rs / & 6 mo’s / Gone but not forgotten / BEARSS / H & T, Aylmer /

Southeast - In / memory of / Daniel / BEARSS / died / Nov. 19, 1904 / aged 80 y’s / 3 mo’s / & 1 day /

Northwest - Daniel / Beecher / BEARSS / 1872 - 1951 / Mary L. / his wife / 1872 - 1958 /

Northeast - In / memory of / Lloyd Milton / BEARSS / died / Dec. 25, 1897 / age 9 ms 22 ds / Iva L. WEBSTER / 1909 - 1955 /

119. Cross vault obelisk
Northeast - Zeruah / Pearl / died / Feb. 16, 1881 / aged / 2y’rs / 3 ms / 24 ds / A little flower of love / That blossomed but to die / Transplanted now above / to bloom with God on high / KOYLE [on base]

Southeast - Minerva [?] / died / Dec. 29 [?] / 188- [?] / aged [?] yr / 2 m’s / 17 d’s /

[note: there is a death registration for Manerva KOYLE, who died in Aylmer on Dec. 29, 1887 (registration #3949 - 90) ]

120. White marble rectangular stone; cement base; flower motif
In memory of / Florence E. / dau of / [rest illegible] [possibly says dau of [?] & John KILMER [?] /

[note - there is a death registration for a Florence KILMER, who died in Malahide on Feb. 21, 1878 (registration # 2553 - 78) ]

121.

My son / In memory of / Lewis E. KILMER / who died / July 10, 1880 / aged / 24 y’rs 5 mo’s / & 28 days / [verse illegible]

122. White marble rectangular stone; cement base; clasped hands motif

We hope to meet again / In memory of / Annie I. / wife of / Elwyn KILMER / who died / July 13, 1882 / aged 24 y’rs / 6 m’s & 2 d’s / [verse illegible]

123. Marble block; cement base

Ellen D. KOYLE / 1854 - 1890 /

124. Red granite; cement base
West - ZAVITZ / Lena May / 1893 - 1971 / Delos / 1894 - 1970 / Donald, 1932 - 1938 /
East - Guy 1932 - 1993 / May 1949 - /

footstones: Donald, Mother, Father

125. Black granite cement base

CHURCH 

/ Alta E. 1917 - 1998 / W. H. Bill / 1899 - 1993 /
126. Red granite; white granite base
West - MIDDLETON / James Albert / 1850 - 1932 / Pricilla STILWELL / 1864 - 1947 / Edward L. / 1897 - 1980 /

East - MIDDLETON / Mary J. DETTON / wife of / Jas. A. MIDDLETON / 1857 - 1883 / Austin J. / died 1875 /

127. White marble flat headstone; cement base [not visible in 2002]

Frank A. / MIDDLETON / 1900 - 1953 /

128. Red granite cement base

VOELKEL 

/ wife of William / (nee) Annie STALEY / 1892 - 1961 /
129. Obelisk, 12 foot marble
Southwest - lodge symbol - Gone but not forgotten / In / memory of / Isaac CHAMBERS / died / Nov. 7, 1868 / AE 65 yrs 8ms & 15 ds /

Northwest - There is rest in Heaven / In / memory of / Anna / wife of / Isaac CHAMBERS / who died / Nov. 26, 1896 / aged / 92 ys 10 ms 28 ds /

Northeast - James / born / Mar. 8, 1846 / died / Apr. 14, 1846 / Stephen / born / Nov. 15, 1827 / died / Dec. 26, 1828 /

130. Red granite on cement base
West - John CHAMBERS / 1832 - 1916 / Eliza Jane / wife of the above / 1842 - 1906 / CHAMBERS / Hutchinson, Aylmer /

East - Solon CHAMBERS / 1862 - 1954 / his wife / Ella May SUMMERS / 1870 - 1957 / Irene Maude / CHAMBERS / 1905 - 1980 /

Footstones: Irene, Solon, Ella May

130.1 Black granite ground stone [behind #125]

Glenda / TILLOTSON / Mar. 7, 1945 / June 23, 1994 /

131. Ground stone [not visible in 2002]

James A. McINTOSH / 1863 - 1936 /

132. Marble on double cement base

In memory of / Elisha ANGER / who died / Dec. 22, 1886 / aged 74 years/ Deborah / wife of / Elisha ANGER / died Aug. 21, 1898 / aged 73 years / ANGER / H & T, Aylmer /

133. White marble rectangular stone; top 3/4 broken off ; fallen in ground; broken into many pieces [no names left]

134. White marble rectangular stone; hand holding book motif

In / memory of / George KILMER / who died / July 2, 1878 / aged / 77 yrs & 5 ms / A loving friend a husband / [last three lines illegible]

135. White marble rectangular stone - broken off at top
[missing] / May 21, 1872 / AE 68 y’s 6 m’s / & 4 d’s / ________/ ________ / from suffering and from _____ / And freed from every care /

[note: this stone is undoubtedly for John LINDSAY, who died May 20, 1872, husband of Martha, see stone #136 - information supplied by relative James L. McCallum]

136. White marble rectangular stone; finger pointing upwards

Mother / Sacred to the memory of / our dear mother / Martha LINDSAY / died / Mar 14, 1884 / AE 77 yrs 1 mo / & 14 ds / She made home happy /

137. White marble rectangular stone; hands clasped motif

In memory of / Mary A. / wife of / Wm. CRAWFORD / who died / Nov. 11, 1882 / aged / 72 y’rs 8 mo’s /

138. Cross vault obelisk; marble
Southwest - Wm. CRAWFORD / died / Jan. 9, 1867 / aged / 65 years / Mary A. / wife of / the above / died / Nov. 11, 1882 / aged 72 years / & 8 mo’s / CRAWFORD /

Northwest - Wm / James / CRAWFORD / died / Mar. 27, 1894 / aged / 52 y’rs 1 mo / Sarah M. / wife of / the above / died / Sept. 1889 / aged / 38 years /

Northeast - Anna J. / dau of / Wm & Mary A. / CRAWFORD / died / June 2, 1876 / aged / 27 y’rs 6 m’s / Delhi Marble Works /

138.1 Red granite ground stone

Irevine GROGAN / 1901 - 1992 /

139. Red granite ground stone

R.C.M.B. / Lac. T.L. GROGAN / 1900 - 1965 /

140. Red granite on cement base

Beloved husband / and father / Thomas L. GROGAN / 1939 - 1976 /

141. White marble rectangular stone; weeping willow on cement base

In / memory of / George / son of / Thomas & Elizabeth / SMART / who died / April 19, 1876 / aged 32 years/ [verse illegible]

142. Red granite on cement base
West - Gothic “W” - William Henry / WILES / 1859 - 1918 / Mary S. M. WILES / 1860 - 1935 / WILES /

North - Maggie Maud / dau of W. H. & M.S.M. / WILES / died Nov. 3, 1886 / aged 4 ys 4 ms 28 ds /

East - David A. BARTLEY / 1879 - 1972 / Bertha N. WILES / his wife / 1880 - 1950 /

The following stones, Nos. 143 to 152, could not be found in 2002.

143. White marble rectangular stone; lamb motif

Robert A. / son of / Foster & Margt. / NEWELL

144. Cement base only

145. Cement base only

146. White marble rectangular stone; hands clasped motif; broken

In / memory of / Annie J. / wife of F. W. FERO /

147. Broken stone; only bottom & base remain

148. Base only

149. Broken stone [?]

MIDDLETON 

/ died Feb. 6, 1870 / aged 3 y’s 9 m’s /
150. Cross vault obelisk; broken stone
West - In / memory of / James / Albert / MIDDLETON / died / June 1, 1932 / aged 82 yrs /

South - In / memory of / Mary J. / wife of / J. MIDDLETON / who died / Feb. 8, 1883 / aged / 26 y’s 10 m’s / & 18 days /

East - In / memory of / Priscilla / STILWELL / wife of / J. MIDDLETON / 1864 - 1947 /

151. Base only

152. Large base only

Burials without Monuments

BAIN - St Thomas Daily Times, 11 April 1913, Page 4, c3 - Died - Joseph BAIN, 80th year, Apr 9, father-in-law of A. W. HANEY.  Funeral April 11 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH March 2007

BAIN - Allen Funeral Home Record - William L. BAIN, 72 years, April 29 1929.  Buried May 2 1929 in Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - JM & CVH January 2010

BEARSS - St Thomas Times Journal, 4 March 1942, Page 11, c4 - Died - Mrs Sarah Jane BEARSS, nee LAUR, 87 years, Mar 2, daughter of George LAUR; widow of Benjamin BEARSS; sister-in-law of Mrs Henry LAUR.  Funeral March 4 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH July 2006

BLISS - St Thomas Evening Journal, 27 April 1908, Page 8, c1 - Funeral - Isaac BLISS, Apr 25 to Trinity Cemetery.  Mrs Isaac BLISS, Mr & Mrs HERSLEY and Cora BLISS attended.  No monument found - CVH December 2007

FLAGG - St Thomas Times Journal, 17 March 1921, Page 8, c1 - Died - David FLAGG, 87th year, Mar 16, father of Mrs Charles PORTER, Mrs Ernest CAMPBELL and George FLAGG.  funeral March 19 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH November 2006

 HALL - St Thomas Times Journal, 25 June 1929, Page 7, c2 - Died - Mrs Della HALL, June 22, daughter of James WILSON; wife of Mahlon HALL. Burial Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH January 2005

HALL - St Thomas Times Journal, 14 November 1929, Page 7, c1 - Died - Mahlon HALL, 60th year, Nov 13, brother of Mrs Henry WALKER,  Mrs Ira WALKER, Mrs M. TAYLOR and Everett HALL. Burial Trinity Cemetery. No monument found - CVH March 2005

HUNT - St Thomas Journal, 3 May 1916, Page 6, c3 - Died - Caleb HUNT, 89th year, Apr 27, husband of Mrs Frank FIRBY; father of Mrs Clarence BEAM, Mrs Will TRIM, David, Elias and Albert HUNT; grandfather of Clare HUNT.  Funeral April 30 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH February 2007

KOYL - Aylmer Express, 20 August 1891, pg 5 - Died - Peter KOYL, 77 years, father of Ransom KOYL.  Buried Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - JK & CVH September 2006

LAUR - St Thomas Times Journal, 19 January 1955, Page 6, c6 - Died -  Mrs Sarah Jane LAUR, 87 years, Jan 17.  Funeral January 20 to Trinity Cemetery, Glencolin.  No monument found - CVH July 2012

NESBITT - St Thomas Times Journal, 21 May 1926, Page 3, c1 - Died - Maxina Georgina NESBITT, 2nd year, May 20, daughter of Harvey NESBITT; sister of Samuel, Leone and Marion NESBITT.  Funeral May 22 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH November 2005

NOELS - St Thomas Times Journal, 23 April 1928, Page 7, c4 - Died - Mrs Amanda NOELS, 78th year, Apr 22, widow of Stephen NOELS; mother of Beecher NOELS; sister of Mrs BEARSE, Hiram and Henry LAUR.  Funeral April 24 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH June 2006

WEAVER - Allen Funeral Home Record - James WEAVER, 84 years, March 19 1929.  Buried March 19 1929 in Trinity Cemetery

WEAVER - St Thomas Times Journal, 2 February 1959, Page 7, c2 - Died - Mrs Elizabeth WEAVER, nee WALKER, 85 years, Feb 2, daughter of John & Julia WALKER; widow of James B. WEAVER; sister of Mrs Sarah ST. MARIE.  Funeral February 4 to Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH February 2014

WILLIAMS - St Thomas Times Journal, 14 February 1929, Page 16, c6 - Died - Francis Edward Wood WILLIAMS, 2 months, Feb 13, , infant son of F. E. WILLIAMS; brother of Maude and Mary WILLIAMS.  Funeral February 15 to Trinity Cemetery, Glencolin.  No monument found - CVH June 2009

WILLIAMS - St Thomas Times Journal, 2 January 1947, Page 7, c3 - Funeral - Mrs Frank WILLIAMS.  From the Atkinson Funeral Home December 30 1946 to Glencolin Trinity Cemetery.  No monument found - CVH August 2004

 Article in Aylmer Express - 20 Aug 2014

Room Found for Burials at Trinity Cemetery

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