The Middle Greenfield Cemetery was first added to Find A Grave from a cemetery transcription published in Northern Carleton County, New Brunswick, Cemeteries, Volume 1 by George H. Hayward.
61 MIDDLE GREENFIELD, Parish of Wicklow: From Rte 110, 2.6 km (1.6 miles) north on the Greenfield road, cemetery is beside the road on the right; data recorded by George and Maxine Hayward, 14 Oct 1987.
61 001 KINNEY A Arthur 1905-1981
61 002 KINNEY Andrew J 1864-1941
61 002 KINNEY Henrietta D 1876-1947
61 003 KINNEY Anne Amelia, w/o Alexander N 1848-1931
61 003 KINNEY Alexander N 1848-1894
61 004 KINNEY James A 1874-1943
61 004 KINNEY Effie M, w/o James A 1879-1964
61 005 BROWN Ella M 1884-1972
61 006 KINNEY Amy A, w/o Clarence J d 15 Aug 1911, ae 30y
61 006 KINNEY Sarah E, w/o Daniel E d 18 Nov 1901, ae 59y
61 006 KINNEY Mildred, inf d/o Clarence & Amy d ae 6m (no dates)
61 006 KINNEY Clarence J, see KINNEY, Amy A
61 006 KINNEY Daniel E, see KINNEY, Sarah E
61 007 GIBERSON C Alvan 1874-1959
61 007 GIBERSON Mary E Kinney, w/o C Alvan 1878-1963
61 007 KINNEY Mary E, see GIBERSON, Mary E
61 008 KINNEY Andrew Hood 1825-1912
61 008 KINNEY Mary Jane, w/o Andrew Hood 1843-1917
61 008 KINNEY Thomas O, s/o Andrew & Mary J 1880-1956
61 009 BROOKS Henry B 1907-1968
61 009 BROOKS Lida P 1904-1969
61 010 KINNEY Thomas O 1822-1910
A second transcription was given with unknown connection to the first cemetery named Middle Greenfield by Hayward.
62 MIDDLE GREENFIELD, Parish of Wicklow: Reproduction of a listing donated to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick in the 1970s, entitled "In Woods, Greenfield"; location, date, donar and data recorder unknown. This list was used to create memorials in a separate cemetery.
62 MIDDLE GREENFIELD Cemetery matches the Pioneer Cemetery. See cemetery picture added by Duane Crabtree, which is for the Pioneer Cemetery.
At the time of the NB Bicentennial in 1984 there were articles in the Hartland Paper about the Pioneer Cemetery and plans to restore it. They received so much grief from the local tenants of the time that they gave up but it was named Pioneer then and probably well before that.
Pioneer was the first cemetery created for the first pioneers that settled Greenfield. 4 of Israel and Susannah Kinney's 7 sons are buried there, as well as some of their offspring and others that originally settled Greenfield and hold the oldest stone dates in Greenfield. Therefore, Pioneer is a more appropriate designation than "in the woods." The Middle Greenfield in the field "by the side of the road", holds the 2nd and 3rd generations of these pioneers as well as a couple more recent contemporaries.
Both of these cemeteries are located on the original 300 acre land grant/purchase of Andrew Kinney, the wooded Pioneer on the very southerly edge abutting John Kilpatrick's land grant.
Thanks to Jerry Kuntz (Anonymous) and Duane Crabtree for additional information and helping me find the correct location of the cemeteries.
GPS Coordinates: 46.47113, -67.63288
- Added: 26 Nov 2016
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2628609
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