Some more flat markers:
Many of the older markers are just simple with the family name shown. Muir is a name of historical significance, one of the first mining families to arrive on Vancouver Island in 1848 (on the ship Harpooner).
Here is a very old, and simple marker. Alexander is likely the father of John Shaw, for whom a school was named.
Here's an old and delicate marker. (sorry about the goose-poop)
I'm assuming that Joseph was one of Mark Bate's sons.
Here's a family tragedy: 3 members killed at same time. Wife and 2 young sons.
And here's the tribute marker: