Located beside the lighthouse at the swinging bridge on the Canso Causeway, Port Hastings; earlier known as Belhace's Point, then MacMillan's Point, finally as Nicholson's Point to about 1955 when the building of the Canso Causeway & Canal ended residential occupation of the site.
Information from Headstones recorded by Nancy MacDonnell firstname.lastname@example.org June 7, 1995. The few headstones remaining are very weather-worn.
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Douce Elizabeth Bel---? [from MacDougall's 'History of Inverness County' book Douce Elizabeth Belhace, died 1795, 6 yrs., 8 months. born Island of Jersey, daughter of Philip Belhace & Douce Hubert] Nicholas ? James Skinner died 1888, 28 yrs. _____? top of stone missing, 21 yrs. Christina Skinner d.1832 ?, 52 yrs, 2 yrs, 2 mos. ? Charles J. Fox, 65 yrs. 1824? Mary Fox, 1880, 32 yrs. headstone top missing Angus [Paint or Grant?] other stone markers, no names or dates now readable.
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Created 22 November 1998