This is one of two old side by side cemeteries, both located at the entrance of Salmon Bay.
This is situated on a site where a little community of seal hunters lived many years ago. Inhabitants of the region still often visit this site during summer.
These cemeteries aren't used anymore, but family members of the deceased still take care of the graves. Cemeteries can only be reach by boat, and if you want to go there, I strongly suggest that somebody who knows the place well, comes with you.
I would like to thank Mr Claude Roberts for bringing me to the site in 2002.
I compiled this transcription in June of 2002.
- Charles Gravel
Aulsworth, Elizabeth, d. 18 May 1901, age: 66yr, w/o Sweet, Thomas, stone lying down
Chalker, Darius, d. 10 Aug 1898, age: 48yr
Driscoll, Jacob, d. 5 Sep 1998, s/o Driscoll, Kim & Jerry
Dunn, Fanny Lucy, b. 1909, d. 1979, w/o Dunn, Edward
Gannete, Anne, d. 11 Jun 1859, age: 26yr
Keats, Emma Catherine, b. 1880, d. 1928, w/o Keats, William
Keats, Faye, b. 31 Dec 1957, d. 11 Jun 1964
Keats, Hollis Samuel, b. 1913, d. 1992, h/o Spingle, Maria, father, grandfather and great grandfather
Keats, James F., b. 1917, d. 1994, from Maggie and child
Keats, William Thomas, b. 1908, d. 1995, h/o Thomas, Edith May
Keats, William, b. 1875, d. 1960, h/o Keats, Emma Catherine
Thomas, Edith May, b. 1910, d. 1969, w/o Keats, William Thomas
1 wooden cross lying down, no inscriptions"
1 wooden cross, no inscriptions"