On Thursday, Louisa, widow of the late Thomas Beamish, aged 72 years. Funeral from her late residence, 20 Dresden Row, on Sunday, at 4½ o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are requested to attend without further notice.She too was buried in Camp Hill cemetery --in a plot with Amelia Beamish (d. 1844) and her daughter Maria Beamish (d. 1851).
—Acadian Recorder, Fri., 2 April 1869.
A lane running north and south (which looks like an extension of Carleton St.) divides the cemetery in half. In the very northwest corner of the eastern half is the plot where Louisa is buried.
She has no marker, but the plot is easily identified by the presence of two very old and forlorn-looking stones which, inclining forward and perhaps slightly towards each other, seem to stand apart from the others in the immediate vicinity. These, bearing inscriptions almost worn away by the ravages of time, mark the graves of Maria and her mother. When Harriet died, in 1872 at age 84, she was buried in this same plot.