40. Hugh Alexander Sr.37 was born in 1794/5 in County Antrim, Ireland.39 He died on 23 February 1848 at the age of 53 in Charlotte Co., New Brunswick.39 He was buried after 23 February 1848 in Old Oak Bay Cemetery, St. David Parish, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.39 Hugh was Scottish.42 The following from a scanned photo on Arnold Krause' website:
Old Church of England Cemetery - St. David's Ridge
Located about 200 metres up the Back Road west of Oak Bay (Route 755) heading up onto St. David's Ridge. This cemetery is bounded on three sides by an old stone wall. Many of the tombsotnes are down and perhaps some are under the soil. An eaqrlier undated transcription was used to help identify the names particularly in the case of footstones. The earliest date of death was that of Anna Humphrys, May 9, 1809. The last internment was that of Eliza Yougn in 1909.
This cemtery is presented in an alphabetical listing due to physical problems existing there (heavy growth of trees, stones mostly down and out of place, etc.) A grid plan of stones which was done by an earlier transcriber is also attached; the numbers which follow some stones refer to this grid.
ALEXANDER, Hugh Died Feb, 23, 1848, age 53 years. A native of Co. ...9
41. Ann McAuley37,123,195 was born about January 1796 in County Antrim, Ireland.39,123,195 She immigrated in 1823 to Ireland.39,123 She lived in St. David, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada in 1851.123 Ann lived with her son David's family in St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada in 1861.195 She died on 1 June 1869 at the age of 73 in St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada.39 She was buried after 1 June 1869 in Old Oak Bay Cemetery, St. David Parish, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.39 Ann was Scottish.42 "Anna McAulen?"
1851 Census, St. David Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p59