- Funeral carriage of the past (29 KB)
A horse-drawn funeral carriage - an original that took many a resident of Lamaline and nearby settlements on their last journey to St. Mary's cemetery. The vehicle is parked in the northwest section of the cemetery against the backdrop of St. Mary the Virgin church. Photo by J. Michael, August 1999.
- Selina Hillier, Oct 7, 1857 (33 KB)
Selina Hillier, wife of Samuel King (1858),daughter of Charles Hillier and Susannah Thornhill. From collection of Reginald King, Lamaline, courtesy Violet Hann.
- Clarence Hillier (1897) and wife Martha Bonnell (56 KB)
Pictures like this one produce many memories..(Violet Hann)- Photo courtesy Ella Lorraine Hillier Moore; cca 1954.
- George Stephen King 1868 (6 KB)
George Stephen King of Lamaline, son of Robert 1828, grandson of Stephen 1796. Courtesy Joan King, Burin, NF
- Augustus, Dinah, and Robert John Hillier (10 KB)
L to R: Augustus Hillier (1895)was a quiet man, always pleasant, not a great talker; Dinah (1899) was a lady of many talents and a business head of the family; Robert John (1871), unrelated, spent the last years of his life in Dinah's care. Photo 1950's in Lamaline. Courtesy Ella L. Hillier Moore.
- Emma Hillier and Dean Beck (72 KB)
Emma Hillier (1874), daughter of Charles Hillier and Susannah Thornhill, with husband Dean Beck.From the collection of Reginald King, Lamaline, NF, courtesy Violet Hann.
- James Hillier @ 1815 and wife Ann Bonnell 1815 (13 KB)
James, the third oldest child of John Hillier (1783) is the oldest person in this collection of early photographs. James and Ann had thirteen children, six of whom are shown in photographs on this page. Photo taken cca 1890. From private collection, courtesy Violet Hann.
- Wilfred Bonnell (1899) and Clarence Hillier (1897) (11 KB)
Wilfred (left) and Clarence pose for a teenage portrait in Nova Scotia in 1915. Photo from collection of Ella L. Hillier Morris.
- Alvina Hillier (58 KB)
Alvina Hillier (1877), daughter of Charles Hillier and Susannah Thornhill, with husband Unkn. Fraser.From the collection of Reginald King, Lamaline, NF, courtesy Violet Hann.
- Return to the Roots of Burin Peninsula Hillier (40 KB)
Reunion of several Hillier families on occasion of the 150th anniversary of St. Mary's parish in Lamaline, Aug 1999. From left: Ken Moore; Wayne Hillier; Ella Hillier Moore; Muriel Hillier; Launce Hillier; Hope Hillier Michael; Cyril White; Florence Hillier White. In front of St. Mary The Virgin Church, Lamaline.
- Thomas William Hillier (1859) and family in 1890s (13 KB)
Thomas William Hillier (1859), son of James (@1815), with wife Martha Louise Fairhall (1871) and first child Annie Melissa in the early 1890's. From private collection, courtesy Violet Hann, St.John's, NF
- Jessie Dora Mosher (Malzard?) 1884 (24 KB)
Jesse Dora Mosher (Malzard?), b. 1884, wife of Henry Hillier.Courtesy Garry Hillier, Grand Bank, NF.
- The Twins: Luke Robert and Mark Henry Hillier (13 KB)
Luke Robert Hillier (1862)and Mark Henry Hillier, the twins of Lamaline, grew up and settled in Lamaline. Both were dory fishermen. Their wives were known as Hannah Mark and Hannah Luke.Mark reached the age of 93, Luke the age of 90.Courtesy Violet Hillier Hann.
- Old Homestead, Lamaline (66 KB)
Typical homestead of a fisherman - this one of Robert John Hillier (1876) - as it looked in the 1920s-1950s. Gone today, it stood behind a new structure of a seaweed processing company at northern entrance to Lamaline. (Photo taken cca 1950). Album of Hope Hillier Michael.
- Jane Malzard (1847) of Jersey, Channel Islands (9 KB)
Jane was the daughter of John and Mary Malzard (@1818)of Jersey, C.I. Courtesy Dave De Bourcier, B.C.
- Captain George Malzard 1828 (30 KB)
In 1864 he took the brig "Prospero of Jersey" more than 2000 miles up the Amazon river to Iquitos in Peru.Copy from unnamed book ('Jersey Shipping'? - under research) submitted courtesy M.Mullins.
- St. Mary's Cemetery in Lamaline, Newfoundland (209 KB)
You feel you're walking on cushions of history when passing between the rows of those who witnessed Lamaline's days of the past. The serenity of the place is accentuated by the place of worship, the Church of St. Mary the Virgin.Courtesy Ella Morris, 1999.
- Joseph Foote 1863 (6 KB)
Joseph Foote was the first layman to take the services of the Church each Sunday in the absence of the Clergyman. ...Joseph was an avid fisherman all his life and at the age of 75 was forced to give up trap fishing at the insistence of his sons. ...he continued jigging fish for another eight years until he was prevented going to sea for his own safety... (From Carl Lake).Picture is a copy of photo shown in St. Mary's booklet. (Received from G. Sweet).
- John Hillier 1840 (39 KB)
Known affectionately as "Uncle John", he was devoted to the church and civic activities... (From obituary, St. John's Telegram, April 14, 1928). Courtesy Ella Lorraine Hillier Moore.
- Thomas William Foote 1877 & Mary Ann Hepditch 1879 (20 KB)
They left native Lamaline for better life in Sydney, Nova ScotiaCourtesy George Sweet, Florida.
- Resting place of John Hillier 1783 (130 KB)
John Hillier was buried in St. Mary's cemetery, Lamaline, on June 11, 1863, by Rev. A.E. Gabriel. His wife Deborah followed twelve years later. Their graves are located "...near the fence by the street in the area where the first church of St. Mary the Virgin was built... on the east side of the cemetery. Two indentations are the only marks today..." (Violet Hann). Photo by Peter King, yr. 2000.
- James Hillier 1843-1917 (5 KB)
For many years James operated a store in Lamaline. He turned the store over to his eldest surviving son Joseph years before his death.Photo courtesy of Violet Hann (private collection)
- Phoebe Hillier (1842) (11 KB)
Phoebe Hillier, dau. of James (@1815), granddau. of John Hillier (1783) - the first known descendant of the Hillier line to marry into the Foote line. Husband John Foote (1836). Picture taken in the 1920's.Courtesy George Sweet.
- James Hillier 1843 & Rebecca Bonnell 1857 (12 KB)
L to R: James Hillier with second wife Rebecca Bonnell and son Waldeman 1896; standing: Joseph 1884 and Thomas 1885.Photo courtesy of Violet Hann (private collection)