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Matthew, Uriah Bertram (Bertie)
B: 11 Jun 1872, PEI
D: 10 Mar 1904, Age 32, PEI (Bright's disease)
M: 12 Oct 1892, Mathilda Croaker, PEI

Buried: Cemetery in North Wiltshire. Shown on same stone with parents William J. Matthews and his wife, Eliza Clow. The cemetery in North Wiltshire shows the following headstone per PEI archives: "In memory of U. Birtram Matthew died 10 Mar 1904 / AET 82 / Father let thy grace be given that we may meet in Heaven"

FN: William John Matthew
MN: Elizabeth Ann Clow

Children of Uriah Matthew and Mathilda Croaker:

1. Silas Wilfred Matthew
B: 16 Mar 1895, PEI
D: 21 Apr 1975, Age 80, Humboldt, MN. Buried: Joe River Cemetery
M: 04 Dec 1918, Nellie May Turner, St. Vincent, Mn. b. 23 Jul 1897

The United Church of Canada at Cornwall, PEI reported:

Uriah and Eliza B. Matthew, Merchant, Souris:

1. Bessie Batteral Matthew
B: 14 Dec 1872
C: 17 May 1874, by G. O. Heustis

2. Eliza Gertrude Matthew
B: 09 Dec 1873
C: 17 May 1874, by G. O. Heustis


Uriah and Mary Ann Hughes Matthew, Farmer, Pleasant Grove

1881 census shows:

Uriah b. 1846 Age 35

Mary Ann b. 1850 Age 31

Sarah b. 1801 Age 80


1. Charlotte Elizabeth Matthews
B: 09 May 1876
C: 17 May 1876 by J. C. Berrie
1881 Census shows her as 5 yrs of age. Religion - Methodist Origin - English.

2. John Matthews
B: 1879

3. Charles Matthews
B: 1880


Another tombstone found in the cemetery in Sherwood, P. E. I. said that Uriah Matthew was born 10 April 1816 in Devonshire, England and died 17 Dec 1882. His wife's tombstone is next to his and she was Jane Maria Bernard who died 17 Feb 1889 , aet 57.

The above Uriah may have been brother or related to William John Matthew who was also born in Devonshire, England twelve years later (23 Aug 1828).

Stone nearest the road

Malinda Mathew ( that's how it was spelled ! )

wife of

Henry D. White

died Dec 17, 1893

AET 28

Blessed are the

pure in heart for

they shall see God


beside that stone...

In Memory Of

U Bertram Matthew


Mar 10, 1904

AET 82

Father let thy grace be given

That we may meet in heaven

Cemetery information from:

Nancy & Fred <>