Because the original slate stones from the beach at Agwanis are crumbling in the ground, we installed a stone of polished Vermont granite with the names of Eratus and Evalyn, their four daughters and the daughters' husbands.
|Eratus Edwin Howard||1868-1934|
|Evalyn Isobel Peverley||1878-1953|
|Harriet Jane Howard||1907-1957|
|m. C. L. Bryson|
|m. J. S. Saunders, m. D. F. Macorquodale|
|m. J. C. Merrett|
|Alma Clavering Howard||1913-1984|
|m. P. W. Rolleston, m. M. Ebert|
We also made stones of Quebec granite with the first names of those who are buried on the plot, and placed them at the heads of the graves.
We also scattered Alma's ashes on the plot and at the small cemetery plot on Agwanis.
Present were (l to r) Lucinda Lyman, Hazel Howard, Susan Rolleston, Francis Rolleston, Paddy Rolleston, Brian Merrett, Rev. Topping, Mary Ann Mongeau, and Tim Merrett.