|Lorraine, Eileen, and Max showing me the St. Mark's Cemetery.|
|Buried and broken headstone in the cemetery. Date of stone unknown.|
|Two rocks thought to show the 'head' and 'foot' of a grave.|
A final photo before signing off: here is a broken headstone that is now under the careful watch of the this New Perlican Heritage Society. This was pulled from the local garden of Percy Critch. It is thought to be a headstone from 1758 for a woman named Jane London-- a fascinating find to say the least!