Tombstone Tuesday- Christiansted Cemetery, St. Croix

Of all the children of George Anthony Bough; the Patriarch of the Bough Family of the USVI, only two were not buried in the Christiansted Cemetery, St. Croix.

Christiansted Cemetery, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

Bough Family Record
Names, date of birth, date of death, of the children of
George Anthony Bough. (born 1806 and buried 1856 in St. Croix, DWI)

1. Edward Curtis Bough – Born 1829, died in St. Croix, 1861
2. George Anthony Bough – Born 1831, died in St Croix, 1884
3. Mary Elizabeth Bough – Born 1837, died in St. Croix, 1913
4. David Welbrin Bough – Born 1839, died in St Croix, 1906
5. Benjamin Curtis Bough- Born 1841, died in St. Croix, 1875
6. Esram Bough – Born 1846 died in St. Croix, 1900
7. Aaron Bough -Born 1846 died in St. Croix, 1884
8. Joseph Bough- Born 1849 died in St. Croix, bet 1870- 1880
9. James Bough – Born 1854 died in St. Croix, before 1880
10. Peter Walter Bough -Born 1855 born died in New York before 1930
11. Harold Gustavus Bough- Born 1856 –died Portsmouth, Virginia, 1941

Source: church, vital statistics, burial, and census records of danish west indies.

  6 comments for “Tombstone Tuesday- Christiansted Cemetery, St. Croix

  1. March 5, 2013 at 9:06 pm

    Shelley, this is a beautiful cemetery! Did you take this photo? Do you by chance have photos of some of the individual tombstones? I ask because I would love to read some of the inscriptions! Is this the Bough Family Cemetery? Where is this cemetery located?

    LOL!! I guess you can tell I have lots of questions for you about this interesting burial site. Thanks for sharing this one with us!

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    • March 5, 2013 at 11:21 pm

      Liv,
      I really enjoy taking pictures. This past sunday I took so many pictures of the cemetery and finally settled for this photo. The photo shows a portion of the Historical Danish section of the public cemetery. My family members are buried in the historical section as well as throughout the cemetery. The cemetery is located in the Town of Christiansted eastern side of the island of St. Croix. Under tombstone tuesday I posted a few insccriptions however if you go to http://www.dkconsultateusvi.com, there you will find a complete listing of cemetery photos and inscriptions for both St. Croix and St. Thomas.

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  2. March 5, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    How long has your family been in St. Croix? What a well-tended cemetery. Also a beautiful lead photo — from where in St. Croix was it taken. I’m fairly ignorant about the Danish West Indies, but these photos are really appealing. And thank you for your comments on my blog!

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    • March 5, 2013 at 11:40 pm

      Thank you Mariann for your visit and for always sharing genea information. This historical danish cemetery is located in Christiansted, St. Croix. This portion of the public cemetery continues to be supported through the Danish Government and private donations.

      I have been able to trace the maternal side (Bough) of my family to the latter part of the 18th century in St. Croix, Danish West Indies now the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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