Item 32022191066915.jpg - St. Ann's Cemetery

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St. Ann's Cemetery

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CA ON00131 -32022191066915.jpg

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  • 1951-05-05 (Creation)
    Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

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8 x 10 in. b&w photographic print

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Caption: "St. Ann's Pioneers Rest Here - Burials in the historic old St. Ann's Cemetery date back to 1797, perhaps even earlier than that. One little monument bears this inscription: "In memory of Ann, daughter of John and Charity Kennedy, who died February 10, 1797, aged six years, 11 months, and 10 days." A column marks the burial place of the Rev. D. W. Eastman, father of the Presbyterian Church in the Niagara and Gore districts, who died in 1865 at the age of 87 years."

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Bruce Murdoch Collection. Hamilton Spectator Collection. Local History & Archives. Hamilton Public Library

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Copyright © 2011 Hamilton Public Library. May not be reproduced without permission of Hamilton Public Library

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May not be reproduced without permission of Hamilton Public Library and Hamilton Spectator.

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Finding aid : Spectator negative collection, 1939-1983 / prepared by Margaret Houghton.

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St. Ann's Pioneers Rest Here

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Murdoch, Bruce. "Bismarck, St. Ann's Interesting Wayside Hamlets In Lincoln County." Hamilton Spectator 5 May 1951, p. 21 : Print.

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