Church / Denomination: Uigg Baptist Church
Established in 1829. This is one of two cemeteries in Uigg. Many of the people buried in this cemetery were born on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. The cemetery is adjacent to the Uigg Baptist Church. It is well kept with a nice sign. There is no fence. All the stones are legible.
Directions: From Charlottetown, take the Trans Canada Highway (Route 1) for about 20 km to Route 3. Take Route 3 toward Montague for about 8 km. Watch for Route 24 on your right. Continue on Route 24 and you will come to Uigg and see the cemetery on your right.
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This is one of two cemeteries in Uigg. Many of the people buried in this cemetery were born on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. The cemetery is adjacent to the Uigg Baptist Church. It is well kept with a nice sign. There is no fence. All the stones are legible.
|CAMERON, Alex spouse|
|CAMERON, Alexander 1785 - 1845|
|CAMERON, Catherine (MacLeod) 1795 - 1882|
|CAMERON, William 1815 - 1840|
|COBB, Florence 1916 - 2001|
|COBB, Marguerite A. 1900 - 1984|
|CUMMINGS, James 1856 - 1920|
|CUMMINGS, Lottie (Nicholson) 1871 - 1953|
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