First Catholic Church Cemetery estabished 1833. About 144 graves here many marked by a stone (rock) without names, set on a cement block base. Cemetery overlooks Mabou Harbour, almost across the water from the present day Catholic Church & cemetery. Nancy MacDonnell email@example.com recorded all stones.
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x Jenneit McDonald, d. 28 Apr. 1846, 26 yrs. husband- Alexander Beaton, d. 6 Jan. 1841 3 of their children x Donald Morrison, d. 15 Sept 1835, 76 yrs. x Neil McPhee, d. 1836, 51 yrs. Angus McPhee d. 1846, 25 yrs. x Lex R. Beaton (Alexander?) s/o Finley Beaton, Coal Mines born Lochaber, N. Britain, died 4 July 1831, 34 yrs. x Murdoch McPherson 1756-1826 wife- Catherine 1785-1865 Jessie 1799-1875 John 1886, 8 days old. (erected by H.A. McPherson) x Erected by Ronald McDonald in memory of Mary Beaton, his wife, a Native of Mabou, who departed this life Sept. 20, 1841, 19 yrs. x Angus Campbell, Native of Lochaber, Inverness Sheraer (shire?), Scotland died Feb. 18, 1846, 60 yrs. erected by his Espouse Catherine Campbell, Black River x D. M. (carved in a rock)
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