Nathaniel Cameron, nephew of Nathaniel Cameron

Cameron

In memory of Nathaniel Cameron 1831-1919; Mary Jean, wife of Nathaniel Cameron, 1831-1897; and Mary Agnes Cameron, born July 22, 1870, died Dec. 22, 1882, 12 years, a grandchild.

Footstones: “M.A.C." and "H.L."

This lot, which contained four stones, now has one large new stone inscribed on two sides. It was claimed by Mary Jane Cameron for herself and relatives and was enclosed with stone posts and chain situate in the upper part, bounded north by Alexander Cumming’s lot and on the south by the F.A.H. Straton lot. It was marked by a large stone monument to her father and mother. It was purchased from Henry Chestnut.

Nathaniel Cameron, a butcher, was a nephew of Nathaniel Cameron (1798-1879), who had also been a butcher. His wife, Mary Jane, together with her sister, Helen Little, had a fashionable millinery shop on Queen Street. Their father, John Little, served on Fredericton Exhibition committees in the l850s.

In memory of John Little, died July 27th, 1861, aged 61 years; also his wife, Christena, died Oct. 14th, 1863, aged 66 years, and their daughter Christena, died Nov. 13th, 1837, aged 3 years. Helen Little born Jan. 28th, 1837, died May 10th, 1891, 55 years.

In 1865-66, Archibald and John Little were farmers on the Royal Road. John Little and his family came from Scotland. His wife had been married previously, and they brought her family with them. One son, Joseph Thorburn, remained in Scotland, but Robert Thorburn and a younger sister, Elizabeth, came to New Brunswick with their mother. Robert Thorburn eventually settled in Stanley and had a very large family.

In memory of Robert Ross died May 27th, 1871 aged 33 years. Also James G.T. Ross died Feb. 15th,1866, aged 24 years. Elizabeth T. Ross died Aug. 11, 1859, aged 14 years. Children of Robert and Elizabeth Ross.

Mary Ross, widow of Robert Ross, born 1772, died June 9th, 1858, aged 86 years.

Elizabeth Thorburn married Robert Ross, a fireman in Fredericton. Three of her children and her mother-in-law, Mary, are buried here. Mary Ross came from England to New Brunswick with her children. It is believed that Jessie Ross, aged 40, of Scotland, also is buried here in an unmarked grave.