The foundation stone for
By 1883 it was thought the original
building was unsafe and a Mr. C. Quinn was contracted to build a new church.
The adjoining cemetery shows the name
of many of the earliest settlers in the area many of the names are still known
in the area today.
Many of our Kent, Featherstone, Wiggins and associated families are buried in this churchyard.
There are 17 Unknown graves
The 3 names in yellow have been clarified by Stuart Glennon as being 3 of the unknown graves in this cemetery.
Glennon Patrick died December 1888 Glennon Fanny Maria in December 1918.
Glennon Anne died 30 November1884.
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