Large upright sand-stone, arched top. Sacred / to / the memory / of / Emma Isabella Humble LEIGHTON, / died November 6th 1857, / aged 9 years. / Also Mary LEIGHTON, mother of the above / who died 28. September 1872, aged 66 / also Elizabeth LEES, daughter of the above / born 14. Nov. 1836, died 13. April 1876. / Also Robert Gibson LEIGHTON, / second son of William LEIGHTON, and the above / Mary LEIGHTON, / born 7th October 1842, died 24th April 1879. / Onboard the S.S. Africa, on his way home from / Lagos to Liverpool, and was on the same day / buried at sea off Whydah. / Also Captn Charles William LEES, / (Second Officer) / grandson of Captn William Humble LEIGHTON, / of this port, born 2. April 1861, / lost in Gibraltar Bay through the foundering / of S.S. Utopia, 17. March 1891. / Severed only *till He come.* / Also Capt. William Humble LEIGHTON, / husband of the above Mary Gibson LEIGHTON, / born 19th October 1809, / died 25th September 1897. / Also William Robert LEIGHTON, / eldest son of the above, / born 1840, died 1906. / Interred in Amble, Northumberland.
Large upright sand-stone, upward curved pointed top with a finial and small flowers on its shoulders. Erected / by / John McCAPPIN, / to / the memory of / his beloved daughter / Hessy Garland McCAPPIN, / who departed this life November 25th 1858, / aged 22 years. / Also of / Isabella Wilson McCAPPIN, / the beloved daughter of the above, / who departed this life June 28th 1860, / aged 20 years. / Also William James McCAPPIN, / the beloved son of the above / who departed this life June 28th 1866, / aged 32 years. / Also Jane, / the beloved wife of the above / John McCAPPIN, / who departed this life 28th January 1871, / aged 72 years. / Also the above John McCAPPIN, / who departed this life 18th January 1875, / aged 67 years.
Large sand-stone, round top, lying flat on its back. In memory of / John, / son of John and Hannah HADDON, / who died August 31st 1840, aged 15 months / and was interred in the Necropolis, Low Hill. / Also Mary Lindsay HADDON, / daughter of the above, / who died April 5th 1842, aged 17 months. / And was interred at Stoak, near Chester. / Also Sarah Carson HAMILTON, / wife of William HAMILTON, / and daughter of the above, / who died April 14th 1868, aged 36 years. / And was interred here. / Also John HADDON, / father of the above / who died at Maxwelltown, N.B. August 3rd 1878, / in his 74th year. / Also Hannah, / wife of the above John HADDON, / who died December 14th 1878, / in her 70th year. / Not more with silver hairs than virtue crowned, / the good old pair take up this spot of ground; / tread in their steps and you will surely find, / their rest above, below their peace of mind. / Also Edward Lindsay HADDON, / son of the above John and Hannah HADDON, / who died 12th May 1882, / in his 53rd year. / *In the midst of life we are in death.*
Large white stone, lying flat on its face and overgrown.
Large sand-stone, lying flat on its face and overgrown.
Large upright square, grey marble column on a tiered base, surmounted by an urn. In loving memory of / Mary, / widow of the Hon: William H. STEEVES, / of St: John, New Brunswick, / who died the 22nd June 1889, / aged 75 years. / Also their son, / Howard Douglas STEEVES, M.D. / died 18th July 1878. / Aged 29 years. / Also Martha, / daughter of the above, / and wife of T. H. ROTHWELL, / who died 7th Feby 1902.