QUEEN STREET CEMETERY - Ontario - canada
Queen Street Cemetery
Compiled Autumn 1969
1) Mabel Olive, daughter of James and Margaret Richie died ?, age 2 yrs. 3 mons.
2) Austin Miller - Oct. 27, 1882 to Sept. 5, 1900.
3) Ethel McKissock, daughter of Thomas and Mary died Mar. 21, 1901, age 3yrs. 4 moms.
Henry McKissock - born Dec. 19, 1871 - died Mar. 3, 1902
4) Catherine - died Mar. 28, 1895, age 17.
Lucy - died Aug. 24, 1888, age 5 mons.
James Beatty - died Aug. 27, 1900, age 41 yrs.
5) Nellie Wesley, wife of L.K. Hale died Dec. 22, 1899, age 28 yrs. 4 mons. 25 days.
6) Martha Jane, wife of Marcus Lee Hillman died Jan. 2, 1900, age 32 yrs. 2mons. 2 days.
7) Gilpin (? first name) died Jan. 24, 1888, age 7 yrs. 11 mons. 10 days. " A mother's hope, a father's joy, Death's hand hath here laid low. God gave and took our darling boy, to His command we bow." Meaford.
8) Violet E.P., daughter of John and Elizabeth Rosie died July 22, 1900.
9) William Boyne, son of John and Elizabeth Harness born July 12, 1904 - died June 22, 1905.
10) Elizabeth Amos, wife of Richard Lambert died Feb. 26, 1906, age 87 yrs. 8 mons.
11) Albert Lorne Lambert died July 26, 1911, age 26 yrs. 9 mons. 6 days.
12) Charles Ironside 1844 - 1898.
13) George Ironside died July 14, 1863, age 57 yrs.
14) Mary Ironside died Dec. 24, 1900, age 62.
15) Annie Ironside 1810 - 1902
16) Annie, widow of William Hood died Aug. 21, 1891, age 30 yrs. 9 mons.
17) Olive Irene Beck born Jan. 25, 1896, - died July 14, 1896.
18) Myrtha Velma, daughter of Gilbert and Margaret Lidstone died Mar. 1, 1899, age 1 yr. 11 mons.
19) Regina Dubois born Mar. 17, 1881 - died July 15, 1899.
21) Alexander Boyd died May 9, 1896, age 32 yrs. 6 mons.
22) John Clarence, infant son of George A. and Ella M. Boyd died mar. 12, 1896, age 6 mons.
23) Vernon J. McGillivray ? born May 2, 1892 - died Aug. 16, 1892.
24) Donald McGillivay, railway conductor of British Columbia died May 22, 1900, age 43 yrs.
25) George H. Kennedy died Mar. 7, 1891, age 34 yrs.
26) Bertha Grable, wife of G.S. Butterfield born May 15, 1862 - died Oct. 2, 1894.
27) ? Girl died Mar. 11, 1895, age 19 yrs. 4 mons. Mother died Dec. 14, 1884, age 37 yrs.
28) Reginald A., only son of W.R. and M. Ferris born Nov. 19, 1878 - died Aug. 5, 1888.
29) William, husband of Mary Gillispie died July ?, 1904 or 1894.
30) Alexander William McKay, son of the late Col. W. McKay Hon. Hudson's Bay Company. died April 6, 1877, age 78 yrs.
31) Sarah E. Strand died Nov. 22 1879, age 30 yrs.
32) Henry Pilgram born London, Sept. 9, 1812 - died Mar. 6, 1889.
33) Sadie Ethel, infant daughter of Wm. A. and Rebecca McCullum. died Feb. 8, 1890, age 6 mons.
34) Daughter of J.G. and Mary Jane Butchard
35) James Bennetts born Truan, Cornwall, Dec. 10, 1810 - died Trelawn, S.S. Marie, Mar. 18, 1875.
36) Thomas Caughlan Ralph died Jan. 7, 1887, age 61 yrs. 6 mons.
37) Sarah, widow of Archibald Ralph died Mar. 12, 1900, age 42 yrs. 16 days.
38) John Morris Savage, Col. of Royal Artillery died Oct. 9, 1871?.
39) Anne Savage - Mar. 18, ??.
QUEEN STREET CEMETERY MAY GET HERITAGE TAG
The Old Town Cemetery on Queen Street may soon become Sault Ste. Marie's first piece of land to be given heritage designation. City councillors endorsed the designation Monday. It now goes through three to six-month process before becoming officially protected from charge. The designation will ensure that the small plot of land just east of Pine Street isn't altered or the graves removed. It will also permit the city to apply for provincial funding to restore some of the decayed tombstones. If approved it will mark the first time the city has designated a piece of land as historical significant. There are currently 20 buildings in the Sault that are protected under the Ontario Heritage Act. The cemetery holds the remains of about 175 of the city's early pioneers. Names like Burden, Brown Simpson and Ironside featured prominently on the weathered stones. Possibly the most noted name in the small plot is David Pim. The first English settler other then government officials or Hudson's Bay Co. officers, died in 1870 at the age of 43. Another is Col. John Savage, the first registrar of the judicial district of Algoma. Appointed by John A. Macdonald, he lived in Sault, Michigan before finding residence on the Canadian side. He died in 1876 at the age of 76. The cemetery has sustained years of neglect and vandalism. The Sault Horticulture Society maintained the grounds in the 1960s and 1970s and a restoration project was conducted by the Historical Sites Board in 1983. Aside from those buried, the cemetery is a good example of a nineteenth century and early twentieth century municipal cemetery in a Northern Ontario community, said a report from the local architectural conservation advisory board (LACAC). It's been used as a final resting place since 1863 when George Ironside, the Indian superintendent, was buried there. The property was owned by Joseph Wilson, the custom collector. Until 1914, when the last burial was recorded, the Queen Street Cemetery was the municipal cemetery. The city purchased the privately owned Greenwood Cemetery in 1920 from John Dawson for the new municipal cemetery. The Queen Street site is also known as the Protestant cemetery with records coming from the St. Luke's Cathedral and Central United Church. The Catholic cemetery was on the site of Boston Motors before moved.
source:Newspaper article - By Ross Marowits, Sault Star Sault Ste. Marie, ON 27 Apr. 1994
Till we meet again -Regards -edmondsallan