One other item - on the property to the north is the grave of Isaac Cook Sr., (1757- 1828) a rockpile in the centre of a field, about 150 ft. northwest of the Cape Cod house. Go to Isaac Cook page
|Clindinin||In Memory of Anna Clindinin, died April 28, 1872, aged 66 years.||The Clindinin family had long been on land up the Clindinin Road which begins just a hundred metres south of the cemetery, and which proceeds east from the St. David Ridge Road.|
|Clindinin||Moses Clindinin Died July 22, 1832, ae 52
Sylvester his son ae 15 yrs.
Moses Jr. son of David & Anna Clindinin died Sept. 16 1845, ae 9 yrs & 6 mos.
|Clindinin||Harris Clindinin 1845 - 1903
His wifeMary 1852 - 1922
|Clindinin||Wm Vance Clindinin Died Apr. 25, 1831, ae 55
W. V. C.
|Clindinin||Joseph Clindinin 1809 - 1886
His wife Amelia G. 1810 - 1891
|Clindinin||Children onf Joseph & Mary Clindinin
James P. Died May 22, 1847 aet 14 yrs
Henry A. died Apr. 5, 1848, aet 3 yrs. 8 ms.
Emma E. died Sept. 27, 1842 aet 7 mos
Mary E. died July 5, 1848, aet 7 ms.
|Connick||Connick - William Connick died Mar 22, 1855,
ae. 53 yrs. and his wife Agnes E. died Aug. 24, 1892, ae. 79
Annie M. dau of W. & A. E. connick died Feb. 29, 1848, ae 12 yrs.
|Connick||John Connick, son of James & Hannah Connick, died Oct. 15, 1837, ae 31 yrs. Erected by his brother||Joseph Connick arrived 1760, contracted to a fishing station at Indian Island between Campobello and Deer Isl. Later owned the Hardwood Is. just outside Deer Island (not the one in Passamaquoddy Bay) and sold that island to buy land in St. David. A large and bewildering family.|
|Connick||In memory of James Connick born May 5, 1770,
died Nov. 17, 1838.
also his wife Hannah, born Feb. 26, 1778, died Feb. 26, 1859
|Conrad||James E. Conrad 1869 - 1945
His wife Ida May 1866 - 1948
|Cook||Isaac Cook died Aug. 25, 1887, ae. 86 yrs. 8
His wife Mary died Dec. 2, 1888, ae. 75 yrs. 10 mo.
Children Isaac L. died May 2, 1846, ae. 2 yrs.
Daniel M. died May 28, 1846, ae. 3 yr 11 mos.
Alexander V. Cook 1859 - 1908
Thos. W. Cook 1840 - 1912
|Isaac Cook (Jr.) and his brother Gilbert had split the family land, which was centered on the block to the north of the cemetery. Isaac Jr. took the northern area, near the second house north from the cemetery on the west side. Isaac married Mary Elizabeth Waldron. In the Saxby Gale the roof was blown from their barn|
|Cook||Gilbert Cook, died Apr. 27, 1891, ae 88 yr. 7
Hannah Died Nov 24, 1888 ae 75 yrs. 7 mos.
Their daughters Jane, died Mary 4, 1847, ae. 2 yrs. 2 mos.
Teressa H. died Oct. 2, 1902, ae. 56 yrs. 8 mos.
|Gilbert was the son of Isaac Cook Sr., who had been a continental soldier in the Rev. War, from Medford, MA. Isaac Sr. is buried on the farm to the north. He was liked by Robert Moore, from which he obtained the farm. Gilbert continued to farm the original homestead, and married Hannah Trimble. They had 3 daughters (and adopted Mary J. Slater). The eldest, Caroline, married John V. Johnston and the farm passed to them.|
|Cook||Josephus Cook1837 - 1899
Jennie McKnight, his wife 1836 - 1921
|Josephus Cook was a son of Isaac Cook Jr.|
|Essensa||Essensa, William T. 1886 - 1962
His wife, Dorothy, 1904 - 1960
Lewis J. 1927 - 1961
|The lands of the Essensa family were about 1
mile south of the cemetery, along the west side of the St. David
Ridge Road, at the top of a hill, which locally is called 'Essensa
The Essensa name is one of the many coming from the Kamouraska region to the St. John River Valley. This families routes are likely to be in the Hanwell - Kingsclear area of York Co.
|Essensa||Lewis J. Essensa 1927 - 1961|
|Gillis||William Gillis, a native of the County Armagh, Ireland, died May 11, 1849||The 'Gillis' place was up the diagonal lane which begins almost opposite the cemetery. In the late 1970s the old Cape Cod-style house burned.|
David Gillis 1830 - 1916
Isabell Gillis 1831 - 1904
|Hitchings||Jane, wife of William Hitchings, died May 18,
ae 41 yrs. 7 mos.
Asa, their son, ae 7 mos.
|Hitchings||Ernest A., son of Asa & Elizabeth Hitchings, died Sept. 22, 1880, ae. 14 yrs 4 mos.|
|Hitchings||In memory of Mary C., wife of David Hitchings,
died 5 Nov. 1861, aged 54 years.
Also Margaret, their daughter died May 1857, aged 11 yrs.
|Hitchings||David Hitchings Died Sept. 26, 1874, ae 68 yrs.|
|Hutchins||Jack Hutchins 1958 - 1980, beloved brother and friend|
|Johnston||John V. Johnston 1841 - 1911
His wife Caroline A. Cook 1842 - 1912
Mary T. Wife of John W. Spinney 1873 - 1905
|John V Johnston owned the lands adjacent to the
cemtery on the north. He was the son of Richard Johnston and
Elizabeth Mooney of Sorrel Ridge. (The family came from Parish
Tamlaght O'Crilley (Townland Drumane, and previously Drumsaragh)
in Co. Derry in 1835. The V in the name had no meaning whatsoever.
He had been a furniture maker and later a blacksmith.
Mary Theresa Johnston has a famous grandson - Carroll Spinney who created and plays the role of Big Bird on Sesame Street
|Johnston||Johnston, Alvan L. Johnston 1869 - 1950
His wife Edith A. Smith 1878 - 1925
|Alvan was the son of John V. Johnston, also buried in this cemetery, and lived on the same land and farmed it.|
|Johnston||Three unmarked graves of babies, buried behind
a chapel at the north end of the cemetery lands (Church now demolished).
Eldon 1902 - 1904
John Hazen 1904-1905
William Aubrey dates unknown
|John Henry Johnston, son of John V. Johnston, married Gertrude Victoria Sharman, daughter of William Towers Sharman and Ruth Allen who lived Robbinston. But Ruth Allen's mother had been Amy Cook, a daughter of Isaac Cook Sr. - and the Sharman side included both Towers and Sharman families of St. David. John H. Johnston farmed on St. David, then gave up the farm to his brother Alvan Leslie Johnston.|
|Kelso||Charles W. Kelso 1834 -1905
Henrietta A. Mitchell 1836-1931
Alexander M. Robinson 1864-1948
His wife Bessie 1878-1960
Sheldon R. Robinson 1948-1948
|Knop||Mother Maria Knop Mar. 15, 1878 - Jan. 3, 1957|
|Knop||Knop Ernest A. 1904 - 1991
His wife Frieda 1911 - 1992
Their daughter Sonya P. 1943 - 1954
|Ernest Knop emigrated from Germany around 1926. Their daughter Ingrid and husband Bob Tyler still live on St. David Ridge|
|Lindsay||Lindsay, Eldon H. 1892 - 1964
Vida L. 1896 - 1964
|The family lived on the '2nd tier' of farms, to the east of St. David Ridge. The Lindsay Rd. leaves St. David Ridge about 1 1/2 km. below the cemetery. The farm still has beautiful open fields.|
|Lindsay||J. Ronald Lindsay Oct. 7, 1930 - Mar. 26, 1991|
|McCutcheon||McCutcheon||Jim McCutcheon and wife plot, both still alive|
|McGowan||Samuel McGowan died Aug. 23, 1871, aged 71 years
and his wife Jane died May 23, 1836, aged 27 years.
Also their children Robert, Mary, James, Aged each 22 years.
Also James McGowan died May 31, 1872, aged 68 years.
|McKnight||McKnight, Clifford A. McNight - Jan. 28 1924
Lila Maida, nee Murphy, Nov. 5, 1923 - Feb. 5, 1994
Married Dec. 28 1944
Albert A. McKnight 1871 - 1934
Arthur Marks McKnight Dec. 4 1898 - Feb. 10, 1937
|The McKnights farmed down the ridge, in the area just above the junction with the 'Bay Woods Road', which is now called the Back Road. The family still holds this land, and a descendant, Marie McKnight - Whitford and her husband farm in a small way. They also built a new house, the largest on St. David Ridge.|
|McKnight||McKnight, Nicholas Raymond, March 7, 1980|
|McKnight||McKnight, Thomas McKnight 1842 - 1907
Sarah Marks his wife 1846 - 1934
Wilfred, son of Thomas& Sarah McKnight, died Apr. 29, 1875 ae 2 yrs.
Joseph McKnight died Aug. 6, 1871, ae 92 yrs
His wife Eliza died Sept. 30, 1874, ae 75 yrs.
|McLaughlin||Abigail S., daughter of Levi & Mary C. McLaughlin, died April 13, 1851, ae 8 yr. 6 mos.|
|McMorran||Jared Albert McMorran 1952 - 1972||The McMorrans lived up the ridge about 1 km from the cemetery, on the west side, where the road turns. The house by the road was long in disrepair afterwards, and later owners, Brighams built a new house in the late 1970s. The old house was only torn down in 1999|
|McMorran||In loving memory of John Leslie McMorran 1941 - 1962|
|Moore||Josephus Moore Esq. died Feb. 14, 1855, ae. 57
Rebecca Moore Died Apr. 1 1838, ae 34 yrs.
Their daughter Frances Caroline died Nov. 19, 1836, ae. 26 dys.
|Moore||In memory of Ann H. Moore, died Dec. 16, 1870 aged 66 years & 6 mos.|
|Moore||Witter D. Moore died April 22, 1829, ae 34 yrs
George Moore, died May1, 1823, ae 23 yrs 6 mos
Nancy Moore died Sept. 20, 1818, ae. 3 yrs
Hannah Moore, died Jan 28, 1821
|Moore||John Moore died Mar 1 1832, ae 62
Also his wife Hannah died Dec. 4, 1847, ae 73
Natives of New Boston, NH
|The Moores of Moores Mills were members of the Cape Ann Association, and played a major role in the development of the community of Upper St. David and Moores Mills.|
|Moore||In memory of Aseneth Moore, died Augl 17, 1881, ae. 76 yrs.|
|Morrison||Morrison, W. Frankliln 1867 - 1948 - a father|
|Murphy||James Murphy, died Aug. 12, 1890 ae 65 yrs 27
His wife Elizabeth C. died Sept. 8, 1893 ae 62 yrs. 6 mos.
Ella A. died Mar. 10, 1906 ae 47 yrs. 8 mos., wife of Franklin A. Milbery, 1857 - 1938
Eva A. died Feb. 5, 1864, ae. 5 yrs. 6 mos. 30 ds.
Mary died June 28, 1865, ae. 1 mo 12 dys.
|James Murphy married Elizabeth Cook, daughter of Isaac Cook Jr., and they farmed on what became known as the 'Murphy Road'.|
|Murphy||Melva O. (Murphy) 1899 - 1966|
|Orr||Erected by Thomas H. Orr In fond memory of His wife Nettie Morrison, died Aug. 20, 1887 ae. 29 yrs.|
|Palmer||Maria, wife of James Palmer, died Oct. 18, 1850, ae 42 yr. 4 mos.|
|Perkins||Perkins, Sedgefield 1871 - 1901
Clara 1855 - 1871
Children of John and Parmelia Perkins
|Perkins||James Perkins died Dec. 24, 1849, aged 75 years
His wife Sarah died Jan. 10 1858, aged 75 years
their son Henry Alfred Died July 11, 1836, aged 17 years
|Prange||Prange, Otto Richard Franz, Feb. 2 1905 - June
His wife Margarete Elfreda Gertrude (Zielske) July 1 1910 - Dec 1, 1932
|Otto Prange and his wife, along withthe Knopps, emigrated from Germany around 1926, and took up land opposite each other on St. David Ridge.|
|Robinson||Robinson, Charles E. May 29, 1911 - March 15,
Ethel C. Apr. 5, 1916 -
Married 3 Apr. 1941
|Robinson||Robinson - William A. and wife Letitia C.
|Slater||Sacred to the memory of John Slater, died Aug.
4, 1865, ae. 64 yr.
Also his son John
|Smith||In Memory of Moses Smith, born 24th June 1799, died Feb. 23, 1848|
|Trimble||William Trimble died July 28, 1877, ae. 70 yrs.
also his wife Eliza, died Sept. 1, 1887, ae. 78 yrs.
|Robert Trimble and wife, with 5 children, had arrived from Ireland in 1819. William was one of them. A sister, Hannah, married Gilbert Cook on the ridge. The original family farm was towards the lower end of the ridge, but I believe William Trimble had land a little south of the cemetery on the east side, in the 'second tier back' of farms. (see old maps, and lanes like Lindsay Road).|
|Trimble||In memory of Robert Trimble, died Apr. 10, 1861,
ae 89 yr. also his wife Hannah died Dec. 4, 1860 age 96
also their son John died 18... aged 6 Native of Armagh, Ireland
|Trimble||In memory of Joseph Trimble died May 13, 1870, ae 72 yr. 9 mos. Native of Armagh, Ireland|
|Trimble||Sacred to the memory of Wesley Trimble who died Aug. 17, 1874, aged 23 yrs.|
George Frederick Arthur
June 24, 1908 - Dec. 13, 1998
married Aug. 2, 1939
Mar. 14, 1915 -
|George Tuddenham was from England, and built up the farm which is based on the house that is next north of the cemetery, on the EAST side of the road. He married Adelaide St. Thomas, who was brought up on a farm about 1 1/2 km down the ridge, on the west side. The family farm was based principally on blueberries and Christmas trees. A sister of Adelaide, Marguerite, married Elston Johnston, living directly across the road from the Tuddenham farm.|
Feb. 3 1977 - Feb.
|Wilson||John Wilson died Oct 1848 ae 44 yr.
and his wife Ann died Nov 1890 aged 84 yr.
Agnes, daughter of John & Ann Wilson Died Jan. 1877 ae 7 yrs.