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                                  Broadmarsh Congregational

Land for the church and money donated to help costs was given by William Gunn (1800-1868) who was police magistrate in the area at the time.  He also gave 3 acres at Broadmarsh for the building of St. Augustine’s.  

At the present time the building is in a very dilapidated state.

 

Headstones in this cemetery were photographed 11 August 2004

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Brown Janet Gunn  Joan Enid Harper Glenn Lee Lewis Coraline May Unknown
  Gunn Catherine Harper Violet May Lewis George William Unknown 2

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Gunn Charles Kenneth Holmes Amy Flower Littlechild Catherine Louisa  
Findlay Ruby Gunn Charles Holmes Eliza Jane Campbell Littlechild John Elliott

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Findlay William Alexander Gunn George Eric Holmes Hector   Webster Kenneth William Gordon
  Gunn Grace Ethel Holmes Lillian Gertrude

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Webster Mildred
  Gunn Isabella Holmes Richard Read Katherine Lade Wilson William Henry Harry
  Gunn Iva Charles Cameron     Wilton Sylvia
  Gunn Julia

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  Gunn Margaret Johnston Alan Hyland Thurlow Joseph  
  Gunn Mary Stuart Johnston Doris Gertrude   Webster Kenneth William Gordon
  Gunn Rupert Richard William Johnston Grace Gertrude    
  Gunn William Keith Johnston Henry Edward    
  Gunn William Johnston Walter Leslie    

 

 

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