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Upper Kintore Cemetery

Upper Kintore, Victoria County, N.B.

 

(Directions: The Upper Kintore Cemetery is located 31.4 km. south of the Village of Plaster Rock, traveling on Route 390 to Arthurette, crossing the bridge at Arthurette, and traveling on Route 109 a further 10 km., then turning left onto the Scotch Colony Road for 6.8 km. The cemetery is located just above the Upper Kintore United Church  on a hill overlooking the main road, across the road  from the Melvin Barclay farm)

GPS Co-ordinates: N 46 42 45", W 67 35 07

Transcribed by Ruth Todd and Patty Corey, Sept., 2006, updated to September, 2011.

 

Some history and background can be found here:

http://scotchcolony.ca/2016/08/22/upper-kintore-memorial-service-21-aug-2016/

 

(Unmarked graves are included at the end of this transcription)

 

Anderson, Alex P., 1903 1980, his wife Rebecca E. W. Barclay, 1896 1983

Anderson, Catherine (Smith), mother, 1908-2003

Anderson, G. Peter, 1950-1987, his wife Paula K. Oliver

Anderson, George, 1868 1923; his wife, Emily Meadows, 1876 1929; their daughter, Annie Emily, 1905 1924.

Anderson, Gordon Pringle, 1914-2004, father

Anderson, James McN, Aug 16, 1901 May 22, 1996; his wife, Annie V. Sullivan, July 3, 1903 July 7,  1991.

Anderson, Jennie, wife of George Anderson, died June 4, 1899, aged 32 years.

 

Barclay, G. Melvin, Nov. 22, 1931-Nov. 2, 2010; Argologist, B.Sc.(Agr); M.Sc., P.AG, F.A.I.C.

Barclay, Gail, 1959

Barclay, George S., 1933-  ; his wife Gail E., 1943-  .

Barclay, George Watt, 1855-1942, his wife Elizabeth L. Mavor, 1864-1921, daughter Frances Catharine, 1901-1902, son Stanley Thomas 1904- 1923

Barclay, James W., 1893 1977; his wife, Ethel W. Flewwelling, 1900 1974; son, Malcolm J.L., 1934 1937.

Barclay, Leslie M., 1894-1957, his wife Myra A. Robinson, 1895-1973

Barclay, Rebecca E. W., see stone of Alex Anderson

Brown, Sarah J, wife of Thomas J. Brown, June 28, 1874 Oct. 28, 1914.

 

Campbell, Harriet, see stone of William Phillips

Carle, Jean Patterson, 1870 1912.

Chapman, Helen, see stone of Francis Christie

Chapman, Laura May, see stone of Nimrod DeMerchant

Christie, Archibald Murray, 1914-2004, his wife Helen Brooks MacDonald, 1913-1997, married July 3, 1954

Christie, Francis A., 1890-1971, his wife Helen Chapman, 1893-1978

Christie, Jean S., see stone of Herbert Corey

Christie, John 1876 1920; his wife, Mary A Phillips, 1877- 1960; daughter, Isabel M. Christie, 1906 1958.

Christie, William W., Died  April 24, 1922, aged 78 years; his wife Isabella, May 8, 1929, aged 80 years; Archibald M., died Oct. 15, 1898, aged 16 years; Elizabeth C, died Oct. 17, 1903, aged 17 years; John, died Nov. 21, 1920, aged 44 years.

Corey, Herbert G., June 28, 1905-April 7, 1995, his wife Jean S. Christie, June 7, 1907-Feb. 6, 1999, infant son John Judson, May 17, 1926-May 17, 1926

Cumming, Thomas, July 7, 1824 Feb. 15, 1910; his wife, Mary Jack, Dec. 16, 1830- July 15, 1875; his wife, Betsy Hutchin, July 4, 1836 Sept. 5, 1910; Mary, Dec 4, 1858 May 19, 1882; Helen, June 15, 1864 Aug. 24, 1881; Elizabeth, June 2, 1866 Feb. 14, 1891.

 

DeMerchant, Earle R., born July 26, 1923, died May 10. 1942

DeMerchant, Ernest E., 1892-1984, his wife Olive Mae Pimlott, 1893-1975

DeMerchant, Lewis Ernest, 1919-1983

DeMerchant, Nimrod Sutton, 1929-2000, his wife Laura May Chapman, B.Sc., B.Ed., M.Ed., 1930-    (And never, never be afraid to die for I am waiting for you in the sky)

 

Farquhar, husband Joseph E., 1919 - , wife Dorothy E., 1922-2005

Farquhar, James, 1830 1922; his wife, Margaret Ross, 1837 1924, ECHT Scotland; son, William C, 1875 1878.

Farquhar, John Farquhar, 1873-1962, his wife Bessie R. Porter, 1883-197?

Farquhar, Joseph E., 1919 - ; his wife Dorothy E., 1922-2005; married August 7, 1946.

Farquhar, Katheleen M., see stone of Wilfred La Forest

Findlay, James, 1829-1914

Findlay, Jane, 1895-1899

Flewelling, Ethel W., see stone of James Barclay

 

Gallop, Harold G., 1899-1983, married 1923, Dorothy J. Wright, 1903-1981

Gendall, Richard G, 1849 1932, his wife, Catherine Jane, 1849 1904; James Ralph, 1871 1904; Harriet, 1873 1906; Edward, 1884 1907; Percy, 1888 1905; Cressie, 1886 1905; Robert Stewart, 1876 1877.

Gordon, James Arthur, 1845 1895; Nellie, 1884 1901; Alexander, 1875 1904.

Gordon, James Arthur, killed in action at Monchy, France, Sept. 2, 1918, aged 24 years.

 

Hutchin, Betsy, see stone of Thomas Cumming

 

Innes, Donald, born 1841, died 1926, Elizabeth Innes, born 1841, died 1823, John F. Innes, born April 14, 1869, died Oct. 26, 1911, Margaret Innes Shaw, 1881-1918, Charles 1864-1934, James D., 1877 1943

 

LaForest, Wilfred J, 1910 1994; his wife, Kathleen M. Farquhar, 1909 1992, also Legion marker, Carl & York Regt., C.A.

Lewis, Annie Patterson, R.N., wife of Charles Watson Lewis, 1872 1960.

 

Marr, James, born Nov. 22, 1821, died Sept. 3, 1892, Mary C., his wife born Dec. 11, 1824, died Dec. 16, 1891

Martin (name only)

Martin, Henry N., 1938 -, Marita E. DeMerchant, 1937-2002, married Oct. 15, 1959

Martin, Mary A. A., 1879-1919

Mavor, Elizabeth L., see stone of George Barclay

Meadows, Emily, see stone of George Anderson

Middleton, John B., 1921-2006; his wife Edith L., 1922-2004.

Milne, John W,  April 30, 1835 July 11, 1906; his wife, Jane Philip, Oct. 12, 1840 Nov. 21, 1891.

Mowbray, Forest, 1880 1956.

Mowbray, Lawrence F, 1919 1978.

Murray, Arch, Aug. 15, 1819 July 16, 1879; his wife, Asa Murray, Dec. 12, 1824 Feb. 12, 1877. (Not sure of the first names)

 

Oliver, Paula K., see stone of Peter Anderson

 

Patterson, Ervin Milton, November 17, 1896 July 19, 1970

Patterson, Mary A, 1865 1907.

Philip, Andrew, Died 1918, born in Scotland.

Phillips, Alexander, 1844 1918; his wife, Jean S., 1845 1918; Alexander Jr., 1880 1964.

Phillips, Mary A., see stone of John Christie

Phillips, William S, June 20, 1884 July 2, 1918; his wife, Harriet Campbell, 1889 1964.

Pimlott, Olive Mae, see stone of Ernest DeMerchant

 

Robinson, Myra, see stone of Leslie Barclay

 

Sharpe, Evelyn A., see stone of Cyril Tatlock

Smith, J. Arthur 1912 1987; his wife, Margaret E. Mowbray, 1922 1993.

Smith, Walter, 1941-2010 (white cross)

Sullivan, Annie V., see stone of James Anderson

 

Tatlock, Cyril W., June 9, 1906 Jan. 26, 1988, his wife Evelyn A. Sharpe, Feb. 6, 1910 Sept. 9, 1986

 

Watson, James William, 1876 1891; Daniel Fiske, 1891 1891.

Winter, Elizabeth Ramsey, 1876 1970; Arthur Robertson, 1889 1971.

Winter, James Winter, 1846 1914; his wife, Margaret Stewart, 1853 1921. New Settlers from Scotland.

Wright, Dorothy J., see stone of Harold Gallop

 

 

Unmarked graves:

 

The following names were submitted by Garth Farquhar, August, 2016, and have been compiled from the cemetery records:

 

Anderson, Jane, first wife of George Anderson, is buried with John and Jane Milne, her parents (PANB has her date of death as Nov. 21, 1891)

Anderson, Mrs. (first burial in the cemetery)

Anderson, Peter (different than G. Peter)

Connon, John

DeMerchant, Hazel ( a daughter of Ernest and Olive)

Fraser, John C.

Gordon, George

Hutcheon, James

Light, Mrs. (first name unknown)

Martin, Alexander, Sr.

Mowbray, Mrs. Forest

Patterson, Alex

Patterson, Alexander

Patterson, James (and his wife)

Robertson, William

Sargefield, Burton

Sheppard, William

Stevenson, Joseph

 

 A Short History of Upper Kintore United Church

 

(the following has been copied from a church bulletin dated  September 1st, 1968, the 75th Anniversary and Memorial Service of Upper Kintore United Church. This copy of the bulletin had been preserved by Florence and Elizabeth Corey of the Scotch Colony)

 

1. The Church building was dedicated on September 3, 1893, by the Rev. Mr. Bruce of Saint John, N.B.. The Rev. A. Fulton Johnson labored in the Colony from July, 1890 to October, 1892, and Rev. Gordon Pringle served from Nov. 1892 until May, 1893, this being his first term of service in the Colony.

2. The elders present on Dedication Day were: - Thos. Watt, David Lowe, John McPhail, Donald Innes, Alex. Matheson, and Peter Ledingham.

3. At this Dedication Service a baby was baptized with the name of James Watt Barclay, son of Mr. & Mrs. George W. Barclay, by the Rev. Mr. Bruce. That infant is now the senior Elder of the Scotch Colony.

4. Miss Elsie Innes is the last living survivor, who came over from Scotland in May, 1874on S. S. Sidonian, with a passenger list of 219, who settled in Upper Kintore, Bon Accord and S. Tilley. She is now 95 years of age, and resides in a Rest Home, Portland, Oregon.

5. Mr. George W. Barclay served as Precentor at Upper Kintore from 1877 to 1906, and he used a tuning fork.

6. In 1908, Miss Rebecca Barclay began playing the organ. In 1922, she changed her name to Mrs. Rebecca Anderson, but continued playing the organ until now.

7. The 50th Anniversary was held September 6, 1943. The Rev. Dr. A. D. Archibald being preacher, and Rev. Dr. G. C. Pringle, Moderator. Elders present: George McPhail, J. W. Barclay, Sweton F. Mavor, and John Farquhar.

 

"H. W. Emerson wrote: " The use of history is to give value to the present hour and its duty."

From the story of the past, the noble purposes, the weaknesses and the courage of our forefathers, we may learn the course we must take today, and gain courage and strength from their example, to "run the race set before us". "

 

 

 

For comments/questions on this transcription, contact:

 

Ruth Todd,    retodd_42@hotmail.com , or

Patty Corey,  coreypg@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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