ICTOU ISLAND PIONEER CEMETERY



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MacCallum
Donald MacCallum
died December 27, 1880
age 98 years
Malcolm MacCallum
died February 19,1853
age 63 years
Ann MacCallum
died June 1, 1870
age 80 years
natives of Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland

MacDonald
Catherine MacDonald
relict of late Donald MacDonald
native of Mull, Scotland
died September 21, 1859
age 80 years

Creighton
Charles Creighton
a native of Pictou, Nova Scotia
died April 1, 1865
age 26 years

McCallum
Catherine McDonald
wife of Laughlin McCallum
native of Mull, Argyllshire, Scotland
died April 15, 1887
age 82 years
Laughlin McCallum
1823--1912

MacCallum
Muriel Rosabelle MacCallum
1935--1939
daughter of Roy and Catherine MacCallum

MacCallum
Daniel MacCallum
April 18, 1849--December 22, 1914
wife
Susanah Robertson
October 2, 1852--January 8, 1916

Captain Robert McDonald
a native of Pictou Island
1838--1893
who sailed six years as officer
on the missionary ship DaySpring,
drowned off Pictou Island while under employ of
William McClure who has erected this stone

MacFarlane
Robert
1870--1956
wife
Margaret MacCallum
1871--1930
daughter and son
Annie Jessie
1907--1932
Clarence Leopold
1918--1936

MacFarlane
Andrew MacFarlane
1855--no death entry
wife
Flora MacPherson
1863--1931
daughters
Mary Catherine
1894--1927
Mae C.R.N.
1908--1932

MacDonald
Angus H. MacDonald
a native of Little Sands, P.E.I.
1866--1938
wife
Adeline MacFarlane
1868--1950
son
Robert
1908
age 3 months

MacDonald
Colin MacDonald
1861--19--
only dashes on above death date
wife
Charlotte C. MacLean
1873--1927

Munroe
James Alexander Munroe
1880--1924
wife
Mamie SophiaMacLean
1890--1941

Munroe
Frank A. Munroe
December 2, 1920--March 14, 1974

Editor's note: Considering the average age of the stones in this cemetery and it's proximity to the salty sea air -- it's remarkable that so many stones were still readable. The remoteness of the island has saved a large portion of it's history!

A very few of the numbers on the headstones were unreadable due to age, but that has been duly noted with a question mark. The listed stones with entries of *first face*, etc., are meant to signify stones that had inscriptions on one or more sides.

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