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Myrtle Edna Kerns

Female 1880 - 1943  (63 years)


Eaton, Case D. (1881 - 1946)

Eaton, Case D. (1881 - 1946)

Eaton / Myrtle Edna Kerns) / 1880 - 1943 / wife of / Case D. Eaton / 1881 - 1946

[foot stone] Eaton / James A. Melvin / born Apr. 16, 1942 / aged 10 mos. / son of James & Geraldine

Owner/SourceBarry Reynolds
Date25 September 2002
Linked toCase Donald Eaton; James A. Melvin Eaton; Myrtle Edna Kerns

Carlisle United Church Cemetery, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada

Notes: In 1926 the Eaton / Van Duzen family held a reunion in Carlisle. Click here
to go to newspaper accounts of that reunion.

There are notes about Carlisle and Progreston and also a History of Carlisle United Church on this site.

Carlisle United Church Cemetery

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Carlisle United Church
3Carlisle United Church Carlisle United Church
Carlisle United Church
4Carlisle United Church - 
Eaton Memorial Carlisle United Church - Eaton Memorial
Memorial Unveiled in the Carlisle Cemetery at the 1926 Reunion  
5Carlisle United Church - Eaton Memorial Carlisle United Church - Eaton Memorial
"John Eaton, Born 1773 Died 1837 His Wife Catharine Vanduzen, Born 1786, Died 1874

"John Eaton settled in Burford, l796; Saltfleet, 1809; Carlisle, 1826

"Records directly connect him with Francis Eaton who landed at Plymouth, Mass., on the Mayflower, 1620. He served in the Battle of Stoney Creek, 1813. Many of his descendants served in the Great War, 1914-1918. He. founded. the. Methodist church, Carlisle. Was local preacher.

"His wife Catharine, a cousin of Laura Second, helped build the First Carlisle Methodist church, 1852.

"Hundreds of relatives gathered here, July 17, 1926, to honor their memories, and praise God for His providence." 
6Carlisle United Church Cemetery Carlisle United Church Cemetery
7Carlisle United Church Cemetery Carlisle United Church Cemetery
8Carlisle's Church and Cemetery Carlisle's Church and Cemetery
9Memorial Tablet Memorial Tablet
The memorial tablet to John and Catherine Eaton. Those in the foreground around the monument are: Left to Right, Ambrose Eaton, Fawcett Eaton, Mrs. John Eaton Washburn, John G. Eaton, Thomas Eaton and Albert Gingrich. 

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