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Laskie (Lasquie) Private Cemetery

On the Bedford Wharf Road, Holderville, NB, Right side of road at the top of the Hill, visible from the wharf road. Many field-stone markers, no inscriptions.

 

Stone #

Surname

Inscription

1

Lasquie

Hiram E. Lasquie /1854-1908 /Gone but not forgotten /His wife /Janne /1854-1929

2

Humphrey

Parted /Below /United /Above /In memory of /William Humphrey /Died

/June 14, 1880 /Aged 40 yrs. & 10 Mos. /Also his wife /Henrietta /Died / Nov 9, 1875 /Aged 36 years /Erected by his mother.

3

Holder

Square pillar stone. Inscriptions on West, South and East sides

West Face: John Holder /Died 1872 /Aged 77 Years /Esther /Died 1854 /Aged 55 Years /Rachel M /Aged 17 Years /James A /Aged 3 Years

South Face: George W. /Aged 11 Months /Fred J. /Aged 1 year & 8 Months /Children of L. W. Holder.

East Face: Hester Jane /Wife of /Allen Whitaker /Aged 32 Years

4

Laskie

Broken stone next to Mary T. Laskey; thought to be Jacob T. Laskie. There is a foot-stone with initials J T L

Top of stone is missing /15th Ju /Died /12th Oct. 1882 /Farewell! And shall we meet /In heaven above? /And there in union sweet /Sing of a Saviour’s love.

Margaret Duplisea had recorded: J. Cob…. July 15, 181. - Oct 12, 1882. I feel the J. Cob. was part of the name Jacob.

5

Laskie

In Memory of /Mary T. /Wife of /Jacob T. Laskie /born /March 4, 1811 /Died /Feb. 23, 1887 /Sleep dear mother, sleep /Thy last sweet dreamless sleep /Thy life so pure hath precious memories left /To cheer loved ones who o’er thee weep. S. P. Osgood

Foot-stone M T L

6

Unknown

Several field-stones, some upright, which appear to be markers.

 

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