Honourable Archibald Fitz Randolph of Nova Scotia and “Frogmore”


Here, between the Colter and Hawkins plots, there is a square lot surrounded by a handsome cast-iron fence. There are no gravestones but one large tree grows in the middle. This lot belonged to Archibald Fitz Randolph (1833-1902), who resided at "Frogmore" in 1871. The remains of those buried and the stones were removed to the newer Forest Hill Cemetery, which was incorporated in 1873.

Canadian Parliamentary Companion, 1885:

Randolph, Hon. Archibald Fitz. Grandfather, many years a member of the L.C. Nova Scotia. Born in Digby, N.S., 24th July 1833 and educated at the grammar school there. Married 9th Sept. 1858. Alminia Donaldson, daughter of Wm. Turnbull, merchant, Bridgeport, N.S. Went to Fredericton, N.B. in 1852 and became a merchant. A manager of the Peoples Bank, Fredericton since 1864. Was a director of the Fredericton Railway Co. Appointed to the L.C. 25th May, 1882. A Liberal Conservative — Fredericton, N.B.

Capt. Walter Godwin Hawkins, 15th Regiment of Foot


Unmarked grave.

Sacred to the memory of Walter Godwin Hawkins, Captain, Fifteenth Regt. of Foot. Died May 28th, 1863, Fredericton, N.B. aged 27 years, in whose memory his brother officers erected a monument in token of their esteem and affection in his Parish Church, St. Martins, Dorsetshire, England.

New Brunswick Reporter, Fredericton, NB, 29 May 1863:

Members of Solomon Lodge, No. 764 are requested to be at their lodge room Saturday for the purpose of attending the funeral of their late brother, Captain Hawkins, by order of A.M. [signed] Alex MacPherson, Secretary, Fredericton (York County) May 29.