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           St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery

Village of Bromont, Shefford County.  Bromont was formerly known as West Shefford

 

St. John's Anglican" in Bromont.  They had a 100th anniversary celebration there at the graves of Capt and Mrs. John Savage in 1921, who the cemetery is named after.  Capt Savage was the first settler in West Shefford along with his followers.  In 1976, during an equestrian event in which Princess Ann was a contestant in Canada, Queen Elizabeth and his sons, Prince Charles, Edward, and Andrew visited the Church during services with the Rev. G. P. Edmonston.  

St. John's Cemetery in Bromont named after Capt John Savage, Loyalist.

Thomas E. Booth b. 1836 d. 1905 his wife Jemima Ann Booth b. 1846 d. 1939
 

 

Horatio Bell b. 1811 d. 1862

wife Jane Booth (dau of Richard Booth and Mary Byrne) b. 1821 d. 1900.

 

 
 
Hugh Booth b. 1799 d. 1870 wife Jane b. 1815 d. 1886.
 

 

Catherine Taylor , beloved wife of Thomas Booth, d. July 4, 1878 age 74 yrs.

 

George A. Booth b. 1881 d. 1960 his wife Lillian Heatherington b. 1883 d. 1967

 

George Savage d. Aug 18, 1882 age 58 yrs.
Samuel Bell b.Jan 25 1804 d May 29 1898 and son Judson Bell (hard to read) son of Samuel Bell and Nancy  Ketzeback Kennison Samuel Bell d. May 12, 1905 age 60 son of Samuel Bell and Nancy Kennison. 

 

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