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Episcopal Church Of The Holy Spirit Cemetery


Safety Harbor, FL


Location: 601 Phillippe Parkway

Notes: The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit is the oldest continuous mission in the Diocese of Southwest Florida, probably the oldest in Florida. The church and its cemetery was constructed on property donated by Pinellas pioneer Captain James Felix Tucker and his wife Virginia Bailey Tucker in 1912. The interments were recorded by Pinellas Genealogy Society Chairperson Lesleigh Laite Butts on December 1, 1998. Cemetery and headstones were photographed and many photos of those interred were obtained. This index was provided by the Pinellas Genealogy Society.

Contributed by Lesleigh Laite Butts, (toolaite@winstream.net).


Name

Birth

Death

Comments

BAILEY, Burton Bellamy

1852

1936

Row 2 #6, "IN HIS WORD IS MY TRUST"

BOOTH, Elizabeth G.

Oct 25 1861

Nov 12 1922

Row 2 #12

BOOTH, George

Nov 27 1857

Nov 25 1922

Row 2 #11, Masonic Symbol at head of stone

BROWN, Horace A.

1924

1996

Interred in Columbarium

CAMPBELL, James Thomas

Jul 03 1927

Dec 1985

B6, Interred in Columbarium

DAVIS, Helen F.

Nov 12 1900

Dec 1985

B7, Interred in Columbarium

DAVIS, Stewart L., Sr.

1898

Jul 1987

B8, Interred in Columbarium

DOLLARD, Oakley J.

1928

1994

B12, Interred in Columbarium

FRYAR, Charles A.

1858

1922

Row 2 #10

GLINSKY, Emelia Gambal

Jan 25 1902

Sep 1980

A6, Interred in Columbarium

GOODRICH, Eugenia L.

1870

Oct 26 1944

Row 2 #7, "WITH THY SAINTS FOREVERMORE"

HARLAN, Elizabeth A.

Nov 11 1920

May 1984

Interred in Columbarium

HECHT, Edward

Mar 15 1908

Aug 1976

A4, Interred in Columbarium

HECHT, Mildred Brenner

Jun 20 1908

Mar 1981

A4, Interred in Columbarium

HOOD, Virginia Bailey

Oct 17 1895

Mar 1977

Row 3 #5, "LEAVE WE NOW THY SERVANT SLEEPING"

HOOD, William Roy

Mar 10 1897

Apr 1966

Row 3 #4, "FATHER, IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING"

KNAPIK, Carol W.

1949

1998

Interred in Columbarium

KUCK, Henry

1941

1998

Interred in Columbarium

MacKENZIE, Edward Spencer

1858

1932

Row 3 #2, "I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH"

MacKENZIE, Eliza Bailey

1865

1957

Row 3 #3, "YES, I SHALL SEE HIM FACE TO FACE"

MacKENZIE, Ethel Fryar

1885

1933

Row 2 #9

NIGHTINGALE, Carol P.

1947

1992

Interred in Columbarium

NUTTER, Richard,

 

Jan 24 1990

A2, Interred in Columbarium

Nutter, Ruth W. Feb 21 1906

Jun 13 1984

Interred in

PEDIGO, Eba Booth

1894

Apr 26 1961

Row 2 #

POPPLER, Lillian F.

Apr 10 1862

Aug 22 1918

Row 1 #2, "On stone with Michael A. Poppler", Wife of M.A. Poppler, "THEY ARE NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPING"

POPPLER, Michael A.

Mar 08 1859

Apr 12 1923

Row 1 #1, "THEY ARE NOT DEAD BUT

REILLY, Louis H.

1916

1995

B3, Interred in Columbarium

SELFRIDGE, Harry L.

Feb 13 1902

Mar 13 1988

Interred in Columbarium, Disinterred and moved to New Hampshire before 28 Apr 1990 when Marion Selfridge died.

SINCLAIR, Rosalie Tucker

1878

Feb 13 1964

Row 2 #3, "FOREVER AMEN"

SINCLAIR, William E.

1874

1929

Row 2 #2, "LOVE ABIDETH", "Born in Liverpool, England"

TUCKER, James F.

1840

1913

Row 2 #4, "Large upright cross-, "CAPTAIN 9th FLA. REGIMENT, ARMY of NORTHERN VA C.S.A.; "GRANT HIM, O LORD, ETERNAL PEACE"" Footstone with Southern Cross of Honor with initials J.F.T. below cross. Middle of cross "DEO VINDICE 1861-1865"

TUCKER, Susan Hartridge

1882

1975

Row 3 #1, "OH LORD, MY STRENGTH AND MY REDEEMER"

TUCKER, Virginia Bailey

1876

Jun 15 1961

Row 2 #8, "LET NOT YOUR HEART BE TROUBLED"

TUCKER, Virginia H.

1844

1931

Row 2 #5, "MAY LIGHT PERPETUAL SHINE UPON THEM"

TUCKER, William Pelham

1867

Oct 06 1961

Row 2 #1, "THY WILL BE DONE", "Cross on Stone"