The gravesite is located down the south slope, a short distance east of the back of the church and close to the south fencing. The stone is an upright rose granite with lettering for Arthur and Johanna facing east while William’s is on the west side of the stone. ...
This four plot gravesite is located on the south side of the old St. James church about halfway along the length of the building. It is a rose granite slanted pillow-style stone, not an upright.
Alfred Edward Rose
Alfred Edward Rose born 27January 1892 in Halifax Nova Scotia to James Valentine Rose of Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire, England and Sarah Jane Conrod of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, a descendant of the Conrad, Conrod line that came from Kleinheubach, Holy Roman Empire, to Halifax in 1751. He was tenth in a family of twelve. ...
Translation of Icelandic on the stone is:
In loving memory of Katrin Kristin Brandsdottir
This is a five plot gravesite is located in the second row west of the main entrance to the old church. There are seven burials in this site. ...
These stories are about our citizens, the people who are immortalized on the headstones on our grounds. The stories are written by their families, to keep the history of their loved ones, as well as St James and Winnipeg, alive.