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Fairfield Cemetery Headstone 2-9


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Media Type:
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Item Type:
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Description:
Illegible headstone located at the Fairfield Cemetery. The surname Smith appears in the inscription and the date of death appears to be March 10, 1886, aged 5 months. It is the ninth headstone in the second range. Given the proximity of the headstones and matching surname it is possible that this person was the child of H. Lafayette Smith and Isabella Smith as well as the sibling of the child buried where the tenth headstone is located.
Notes:
Range 2-9
Inscriptions:
[Illegible]

SMITH
DIED
[MAR 10, 1886]
[AGED 5 MOS]

[Illegible]
Date of Publication:
1886
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Illegible
Local identifier:
2010CM058
Collection:
Cemeteries of Brant County
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0550663601855 Longitude: -80.4102446909332
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Fairfield Cemetery Headstone 2-9


Illegible headstone located at the Fairfield Cemetery. The surname Smith appears in the inscription and the date of death appears to be March 10, 1886, aged 5 months. It is the ninth headstone in the second range. Given the proximity of the headstones and matching surname it is possible that this person was the child of H. Lafayette Smith and Isabella Smith as well as the sibling of the child buried where the tenth headstone is located.