HALIFAX COUNTY, NOVA SCOTIA
REDMOND CEMETERY
Route 333, Seabright
Transcribed by George Newbury

During the settling of John Umlah's will the cemetery is mentioned:

It describes a 90 acre piece of land with a reserve of one acre "as a burying ground forever for him (John Umlach) and his deceased wife where they are both interred."

Headstone listings include the following surnames as of August 1998.

HAMLOW, JOHNSON, MAHAR, REDMOND and UMLAH.


 
REDMOND Harold 1899 - 1975
  his wife Grace W. 1912 -
  dau Sheila Mae 1939 - 1940
     
REDMOND William T. d Feb 15, 1910 84 yrs
  Father  
     
REDMOND Mary d Sep 1840 50 yrs
  Erected by her husband James  
     
REDMOND John E. 1896 - 1951
  Amanda 1907 - 1984
     
REDMOND Edward 1856 - 1934
  his wife Alice M. 1955 - 1932
     
REDMOND David d Aug 22, 1870 42 yrs
  his wife Emily I. d Dec 10, 1908 76 yrs
  Fanny A. d Jan 2, 1865 3 yrs
  Mary E. d Jul 2, 1867 9 yrs
  Elizabeth F. d Aug 22, 1877 8 yrs
  David L. d Apr 17, 1886 18 yrs
     
REDMOND John R. 1893 - 1894
  Richard E. 1881 - 1912
  Edward C. or G. 1890 - 1931
  William E. 1882 - 1884
  Clarence R. 1889 - 1890
     
JOHNSON Charlotte d May 19, 1849 67 yrs
  wife of Jacob  
     
REDMOND Nancy d Jun 29, 1848 80 yrs
  wife of the late Thomas  
     
REDMOND Warden Wesley 1895 - 1988
     
MAHAR Isabel d Jun 10, 1895 57 yrs
  Mother  
  wife of William  
     
UMLAH Eleanor d Feb 5, 1897 90 yrs
broken stone Parents  
  wife of ? d ? 1883 ?9 yrs
  Erected by their son John  
     
UMLAH John d Oct 26, 1849 95 yrs
     
HAMLOW Isabella d May 21, 1813 78 yrs
  wife of John d. 1821
     
UMLAH John R. Nov 28, 1852 - Mar 26, 1910


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