in Point de Bute Cemetery,
Point de Bute, Highway 16, N.B.
This stone commemorates the Yorkshire immigration to this area in 1772-1775, and the ongoing contribution which these settlers made and their descendants continue to make.
Marker placed by Yorkshire descendants in 1975.
On the Yorkshire immigration see also Yorkshire 2000 .
Top: 1775-1975. In memory of the settlers who came to the Chignecto isthmus in the Yorkshire immigration 1772-1775.
Sides:  They subdued the land and were fruitful.
 Here stays good Yorkshire.
 Howard L. Trueman 1897-1992 / Winnifred Lewis 1896-1980 / Albert W. Trueman 1902 / Jean Miller 1903 / Edith Lewis 1903-1985, second wife of Howard L. Trueman.
 Louise Vanduyn Trueman 1904 / Hon. Capt. Alfred Seaman 1910-1944, Canadian Military Cemetery, Beny-sur-Mer, France.
For resources relating to the Yorkshire Settlers, see Yorkshire Immigration .
Hamilton, Bill, "Here stays good Yorkshire," Sackville Tribune-Post , 26 July 2000.
For a list of all interments in this cemetery see Point de Bute Methodist Cemetery on Find A Grave web site.
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