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Cudmore Private Cemetery

NE 14-18-28-W2, RM Caron #162

 

2 Cudmore children in the mid 1880’s

Both children were boys who died as infants, they remained unnamed and were buried in the fireguard around the Cudmore’s homestead NE 14-18-28-W2 in the Westview District.

The parents were Evered Cudmore born Ontario and Alice Cudmore nee Turner, born in England.

The information was provided by Mrs. A Maynard of Moose Jaw, a daughter of Evered and Alice Cudmore, who was born in 1897, the boys were her brothers.

This information was obtained by Bernie Eresman 10 June 1975

 

Alice Turner and Everard John Cudmore were married in East York, Ontario on 18 March 1884

Alice Turner (1865-1931) and Everard Cudmore (1861-1946) are buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

 

Sask Vital Statistics, Children of Alice Turner & Everard John Cudmore

1885 March 30, Birth of John James Cudmore, Westview, SK, Died 25 June 1897, buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

1888 May 24, Birth of Albert Everard Cudmore, Died 1 July 1901, buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

1889 November 9, Birth of Harrietta Amelia Cudmore, married Wilbur Perkins, she died in 1980 in Ontario

1893 June 7, Birth George Ernest Cudmore, Died 5 May 1912

1895 April 15, Birth William Henry Cudmore, Killed in WWI, Sept 1918

1897 February 9, Birth of Alice May Cudmore, married Alfred Maynard, she died in 1987 and is buried in Rosedale, Moose Jaw, SK

1899 April 1, Birth of Edward Richard Cudmore, married Catherine Carmichael, he died 27 March 1994 and is buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

1901 April 10, Birth of Martha Elizabeth Cudmore, Died 7 May 1912

1903 March 27, Birth of Verde Vivian Cudmore, Died 6 May 1912, buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

1907 January 25, Birth of Charles Robert Cudmore, Died 30 April 1912, buried in Moose Jaw City Cemetery

Out of the 12 children born only 3 lived to adulthood, the deaths in 1912 were from spinal meningitis, which the doctor said was an after-effect of the measles.

It’s presumed the 2 children buried on the farm must have been born between 1885-1887

Source of information

E-health Saskatchewan

History Book “From Buffalo Trails to Blacktop”  page174-175

Moose Jaw Cemetery

 

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