Inscriptions at the Old North Burying Ground (from Memento Mori)

The Old North Burying Ground in Ipswich, Massachusetts was established in 1634 upon the founding of the town of the town, and is one of the oldest cemeteries in North America. The Old North Burying Ground is located at the intersection of High Street and Rt 133/1A. View at Google maps.
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Memento Mori, being an Accurate Transcription of the Tombstones, Monuments, Footstones and other Memorials in the Ancient North Burial Yard in the Town of Ipswich,”

Published by the Ipswich Historical Society in 1935

Each inscription in this book is preceded by a letter and number refering to the map and location inf the cemetery of the tombstone. The abbreviations at the end refer to the  initials on the foot stone (F.S.), G.A.R. – Grand Army of the Republic, S.A.R. – Sons of American Revolution, etc.

Old North Churchyard

D – 107 Here lies the bodyes of John and James Abbe, sons of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Tamzon Abbe. John died July the 12th, 1736, in the 8th year of his age. James died August the 30, 1736, in the 2d year of his age. Footstone – Johmn and James Abbe.

D – 102 Here lies Joseph Abbe, the son of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Tamezon Abbe, who died the 25th of August, aged 3? and 19??. (Stone defaced.)

D – 101 Here lies Sarah Abbey, the dafter of Mr. Joseph and Tamiza Abbey, who died January the 5th, 1723, aged 6 weeks. (Footstone) Sarah Abbey.

D – 99 Here lies Sarah Abbe, the drafter of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Tamezon Abbe, who died November the 18, 1726, Aged 2 years, 4 month, and 23 days.

G – 88 Annette Adams – see John G. Caldwell.

G – 139 John Peabody Adams, Sept. 10, 1847 – Feb. 23, 1916. His wife, Helen Todd, December 29, 1849 – Nov. 22, 1933. Jennie Helen, July 6, 1879 – Aug. 17, 1918. (left) George W. Adams, died Nov. 22, 1854, aged 5 years. (Footstone) Father, Mother, Jennie

E – 156 Mary Holt Adams – see Mary Holt Lord.

G – 179 Mary Adams – see Woodbridge Adams.

G – 178 Sarah Adams – see Woodbridge Adams.

C – 27 (stone effaced)  aged 26 ye. (footstone) Simon Adams. N. B. Simon Adams, son of Simon and Hannah, born Oct. 20, 1694, died of smallpox, Dec. 24, 1721. (V. S.)

G – 178 Woodbridge Adams, 1819-1849. His wife, Mary Peabody, 1817-1908. Their daughter, Sarah Adams, 1842-1911.

D – 126 Mr. Nathaniel Addams died April the 11, 1715, in the 74 year of his age.
Now hes gon to eternall rest
God wil him safly keep
All though hes buried
In the dust
In Jesus he doth sleep,
O you his children
That are left
I pray. Let some be found
That do endeavour
To make good
Your foregon, leaders Ground
Grave saint behind
That cannot find
Thy, old, love night, nor
Morn: Pray look aBove, for ther your love
Singing with the First born.

D – 65 (Front) Father, Mother. (Back) Daniel J. Akerman, Born May 11, 1799, Died Nov. 29, 1868. Lucy L. Akerman, Born Mar. 8, 1804, Died Mar. 10, 1882.

H – 15 Edwin F. Akerman, May 25, 1849 – Nov. 12, 1926. His Wife, Isabella Patterson, Mar. 22, 1851-Oct. 14, 1910.

G – 53 Jonathan Akerman died Apr. 25, 1855, AE. 39 y’rs. (My hope is in Christ.) (Footstone) J. A.

D – 65 Lucy L. Akerman – see Daniel J. Akerman.

B – 153 Abby Fisher, wife of Theodore Andrews, born Feb. 22, 1808, died Oct. 6, 1886.

B – 156 Asa Andrews, born May 11, 1762, graduated at Harvard College, 1783, died Jan. 13, 1856, in his 94th year. (Footstone) A. A.

B – 152 Charlotte Andrews, born Aug. 8, 1804, died Mar. 26, 1888.

B – 6 David Andrews, died July 6, 1871, Aged 81. His wife, Mehitable Pearson, died April 4, 1872, aged 79. Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep! From which none ever wake to weep. (Footstone) D. A., M. P. A.

B – 32 In memory of Miss Elisabeth Andrews, relict of Mr. David Andrews, who died July 31, 1808, AEt, 68.
Fairwell my friends a short fairwell
Till we shall meet again above,
In the sweet groves where pleasures dwell
And trees of life bear fruits of love.

B – 33 Erected to the memory of Mrs. Lucy Andrews, wife of Mr. David Andrews, who departed this life March 19th, 1767, in the 40th year of her age. She was a tender wife a kind Mother and an exemplary and joyful Christian. (footstone) Mrs. Lucy Andrews.

Happy the dead who die in Christ,
They from their sins and labors rest;
They from their sins & labors rest;
To the bright mansions of the just.

B – 34 Lydia M. Andrews – see William F. Andrews.

B – 34 Mary W. Andrews – see William F. Andrews.

B – 6 Mehitable P. Andrews – see David Andrews. Sadie B. Andrews died Feb. 24, 1888, aged 20 years, 6 days. She was the daughter of Thomas and Lucy Ann Jewett.

B – 155 Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah S., wife of Theodore Andrews, who died Dec. 21, A. D. 1844, aged 42.

B – 154 Theodore Andrews, born Aug. 20, 1801, Died Feb. 26, 1883.

B – 157 Theodore Henry Andrews, eldest son of Theodore and Sarah S. Andrews, died Jan. 2, 1853, aged 20 years and 8 months.

B – 34 William F. Andrews, Died Aug. 27, 1840, aged 26. Lydia M. Andrews, Died June 19, 1842, aged 25. Mary W. Andrews, Died Feb. 1, 1828, aged 11 months. Children of David and Mehitable Andrews. (footstone) W. F. A., L. M. A., M. W. A.

H- 76 Lydia Annable – see David Francis Dow.

H – 76 Mary P. Annable – se David Francis Dow.

C – 188 Here lies the body of Mr. Benjamin Appleton, who deceased Feb. 12th, 1731, in the 30th year of his age. (footstone) Mr. Benjamin Appleton.

C – 218 Elizabeth Appleton deceased June the 13th, 1703, in the 16 year of her age. (footstone) E. A.

C – 220 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Appleton, the virtuous and pious Consort of Mr. Isaac Appleton, who departed this life April 29th, 1785, Age 75. “Blessed are the Dead that die in the Lord” She left 8 sons and 2 daughters, and 40 Grandchildren. (M. M.) 28 (Footstone) Mrs. Elizabeth Appleton.

C – 187 Mrs. Elizabeth Appleton – see Col. John Appleton.

C – 222 Here lyes buried the body of Maj. Isaac Appleton, who died May the 22d, 1747, in the 83d year of his age. (Footstone) Maj. Isaac Appleton.

C – 219 Memento mori. In memory of Mr. Isaac Appleton, who departed this life Dec. 18th, 1794, In lively hope of a blessed Immortality. AEt at 90. To live is Christ and to died is gain. (Footstone) Mr. I. Appleton. (M. M.) T. Marble, sculptor (Bradford)

C – 221 Here lyeth buried the body of Capt. John Appleton, decd. November the 4th, 1699, in the 77th year of his age. (footstone) J. A.

C – 189 Here lies the body of Mr. John Appleton Sener, who died May the 17th, 1724, in the 64th year of his age. (footstone) Mr. John Appleton Sener.

C – 187 Here Lye the Remains of the Honorable Col. John Appleton, whose fidelity in Several Superiour and very Important Publick Stations in the County and Province War Remarkable and Whose Piety and Usefullness theirin as Allso Priveat Life Were Eminent and Exemplary. He died Sept. the 11, 1739, AEt 87, and Madam Elizabeth Appleton, his Relict, and Eldest Daughter of the late Revd. and Larned President Rogers, Whose Good Understanding, Social Veartues and Christian Graces Were Eminent and very Engaging, still bringing forth fruit in old age. She died March the 13, 1754, AEt. 91, And John Appleton, who died August the 28, 1740, AEt. 7; and Margaret Appleton, who died July 27, 1747, AEt. 22, their Grandchildren and Children of Coll. Daniel Appleton Esqr. and Elizabeth his wife. (footstone) The Honorable Coll. John Appleton Esqr, and Madam Elizabeth Appleton, John Appleton, Margaret Appleton.

C – 88 Erected in Memory of Mr. John Appleton, who died Jan. 4th, 1794, aged 87 years. Who by his exempleary life and conversation in the world evidenced him to be a sincere Christian and humble follower of his Lord and Master Jesus Christ. (Footstone) Mr. John Appleton.

A soul prepar’d needs no delay
The summons come, the saints obey;
Swift was his flight, and short the road,
He clos’d his eyes and saw his God.
The flesh rests here till Jesus come,
And claim the treasure from the Tomb.

C – 90 In memory of Mr. John Appleton, who departed this life April 12th, 1798, age 47 years. (Footstone) Mr. John Appleton.

C – 89 Her lie interred the remains of Mrs. Lucy Appleton, the amiable Consort of Mr. John Appleton, who departed this life on Feb. 24th, 1790, aged 77 years.

“I am the resurrection and the life; he that beleaveth in me tho he were dead yet he shall live.” Companion kind and tender parent dear, Belov’d and mourn’d lies buried here; Her soul from earth too exelent, too high, Flew to its peers above the sky.

(footstone) Mrs. Lucy Appleton.

C – 187 Margaret Appleton-see the Honorable Coll. John Appleton.

C – 160 Here lyeth buried the body of Mary Appleton, the wife of Colonel Samuel Appleton, aged 57 years, deceased, February the 15, 1697.

D -21 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Mary Appleton, widow of Mr. Samuel Appleton, who died June the 9, 1712, and in the 53 years of her age.

C – 186 Here lyes the body of Ms. Prissilla Appleton, wife to Capt. Iohn Appleton, aged 63 years, dyed February the 18, 1697. (footstone) Mrs. Priscilla Appleton.

C – 185 Here lies the body of Mrs. Priscilla Appleton, the wife of Maj. Jsaac Appleton, who died May the 26th 1731, in the 57th year of her age. (footstone) P. Appleton.

C – 190 Here lyeth buried the body of Col. Samuel Appleton, aged 70 years, decd. May the 15th, 1696. (footstone) Coln. Samuel Appleton.

C – 73 Here lyes interred the body of Colonel Samuel Appleton Esqr. who departed this life Oct. 30, MVCCIXV, AEtatis suae LXXI. (Coat of arms.)

C – 81 In memory Mrs. Sarah Appleton, relict of Mr. William Appleton, who died June 12, 1809, AEt. 64. (footstone) Mrs. S. A.

A – 38 Here lies the body of Mr. William Appleton, the son of Mr. Oliuer Appleton, who died April the 8th, 1725, in the 22nd year of his age.

C – 91 In memory of Mr. William Appleton, Obt. Aug. 9, 1807, AEt. 70. (footstone) W. A.

G – 62 Mary B. Archer – see Charles Choate.

B – 62 Emma R. Auger – see George Haskell.

B – 99 Abby J. G., daughter of Warren and Elizabeth J. Averill, died Sept. 29, 1851, AE. 6 y’rs. and 3 mo’s.

B – 30 Benjamin Averill, died Feb. 6, 1841, aged 71. Elizabeth, his wife, died Aug. 30, 1847, aged 73. Also their daughter, Elizabeth, died Aug. 18, 1872, aged 79. (footstone) B. A., E. A.

G – 218 Ella J. Averill – see George H. Smith.

B – 61 (Front) Harriet, wife of William T. Averill, died April 28, 1890, aged 77 yrs, 14 dys. (Back) Wife. Tho’ lost to sight to memory dear.

B – 31 In memory of Miss Lucy Ann Averill, daughter of Mr. Benjamin and Mrs. Elizabeth Averill, obt. Sept. 2, 1824, AEt. 17. Early in life my God hath call’d me home, To sound his praise and bow before his throne. (footstone) L. A. A.

B – 98 Margaret E, daughter of Warren and Elizabeth J. Averill, died Feb. 12, 1851, AE 14 y’rs. (F. S. blank.) – Warren Averall died Dec. 26, 1884, aged 75 years, 5 months.

B – 60 (Front) William T. Averill died July 1, 1881, aged 70 yrs. 2 mos. (back) Husband. Passed across the narrow stream. Arthur, son of Melzer L. and Harriett A. Avery, died Feb. 22, 1854, aged 5 weeks. Sleep on sweet babe And take thy rest, God called thee home He thought it best.

B – 52 Baker Tomb (Through the courtesy of the Cemetery Commissioners, we were enabled to enter this tomb and to copy the following coffin plates. There have been about 15 people buried here.) The bones of a Father reclaimed to his God. 1837. 16th 1841 aged 91. August 6, 1891. Joseph Baker died March 29th, 1846, aged 62 yrs. Mary Baker died July 18th, 1875, aged 87 yrs. Nancy Baker died Aug. 19th, 1840, aged 64 years. Samuel died May – aged ??. Mrs. Sarah Baker, born Jan. 12th, 1745, died March 21st, 1836, aged 91 years.

H – 4 Augusta Baker– see Daniel A. Hodgkins.

D – 60 Here lyes intared what was mortal of Mrs. Anna Baker, wife of Mr. John Baker, and daughter of Mr. John Perkens, who died April the 27, 1716, aged 19 years, and 4 months, wanting one day. (F.S. split.)

G – 199 1861 -1865. Charles H. Baker, Co. A. 1st Batt. Mass. H. A. Feb. 29, 1828 – Nov. 29, 1914. Mary J., his wife, Apr. 2, 1834 – Mar. 25, 1910. Howard E., Mar. 20, 1864 – Feb. 22, 1865. Susan H. Baker, May 2, 1868 – Mar. 5, 1927. (F.S.) Father, Mother, Susan, Howard (G.A.R. Marker.)

E – 178 Erected to the memory of Eliza Baker, who died Sept. 28, 1818, aged 22, also Mary Baker, died Oct. 9, 1818, age 16. Daughter of John and Jane Baker.
The weary here find rest, The righteous sleep in peace; Departed saints in Christ are blest, And all their sorrows cease.

G – 197 Elizabeth Richards Baker – see Stephen Baker.

G – 197 Ellen C. Baker – see Stephen Baker. * George Fowler Baker died July 1, 1900, aged 22 years, 11 months. He was the son of George and Ellen Bailey Fowler Baker.

G – 197 George H. Baker – see Stephen Baker. * George W. Baker died Jan. 17, 1903, aged 64 years, 2 months. He was the son of Samuel W. Baker and Ruth Smith.

G – 199 Howard E. Baker – see Charles H. Baker

C – 225 Here lyeth the body of John Baker, Esqr., who died Aug. the 1, 1734, aged 44 years. (F.S.) John Baker Esqr.

G – 197 John R. Baker – see Stephen Baker.

B – 52 Joseph Baker – see Baker Tomb.

C – 224 Here lies the bodey of Mrs. Mary Baker, relict of John Baker Esqr., decst. March the 26, 1738, aged 40 years, 10 months, and ten days. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Baker.

E – 226 Mary Baker – see Stephen Baker

B – 52 Mary Baker – see Baker Tomb.

E – 178 Mary Baker – see Eliza Baker.

G – 125 Mary Abby, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Baker, died Dec. 15, 1855, aged 20 yrs. One less on earth; One more in Heaven. (F.S.) M.A.B.

G – 199 Mary J. Baker – see Charles H. Baker.

B – 52 Nancy Baker – see Baker Tomb.

C – 178 Here lyeth the body of Mrs. Priscilla Baeker who died Jan. the 2d, 1733/4, aged 85 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Priscilla Baker.

G – 126 Ruth Smith, wife of Samuel W. Baker, born Oct. 1, 1808, died Feb. 5, 1898. Gathered in a good old age to the assembly of the righteous. (F.S.) R. S. B.

B – 52 Samuel Baker – see Baker Tomb.

G – 127 Samuel W. Baker, born Aug. 12, 1807, died Mar. 20, 1876. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe on His gentle breast. (F.S.) S. W. B. (M.M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell.

C – 154 Here lies Mrs. Sarah Baker, wife of Mr. William Baker, died July the 1, 1722, aged 60 years.
The body Sleeps in the dust Till resurrection Of the just, then soul And body meet again And ever with the Lord Remain.

E – 177 Sarah Baker – see Mr. John Rindge.

B – 52 Sarah Baker – see Baker Tomb.

G – 197 (Front) Stephen Baker 1809 – 1868. His wife Elizabeth Richards, 1808-1893. Their sons, John R. Baker, 1835-1894. George H. Baker, 1837-1872. (Base) Baker. (Right) Charles H. Noyes, 1841-1918. His wife, Harriet E. Noyes, 1843-1911. Hattie E. Noyes, 1867-1868. (Base) Noyes. (Left) Edwin Hilton Damon, 1846-1899. His wife, Ellen C. Baker, 1846-1921. Their son, James Damon, 1871-1920. (Base) Damon. (F.S.) J. R. B. (Union Defender marker.) S. B., E.R.B., E.C.D., E.H.D., C.H.B. (Union Defender marker.)

E – 226 Stephen Baker died Feb. 8, 1852, aged 79. Mary Baker, his wife, died Feb. 18, 1854, aged 80.

B – 52 Susan Baker died Aug. 6, 1891, 97 years, 10 months. Widow of Samuel Baker, dau. of Nathaniel and Susan Day Holmes.

G – 199 Susan H. Baker – see Charles H. Baker.

B – 36 Hannah J. Bamford – see Daniel Haskell Jr. * Mary J. Barton – see Mary Jane Smith.

F – 36 James W. Baston – see Jeremiah Prescott.

G – 184 George L, eldest son of Nath. and Abagail Beal died Apr. 18, 1856, aged 8 yrs, 9 mos. (F.S.) G.L.B.

D – 40 Here lies the body of the Reverend Samuel Belcher, a preacher at the Shols many years. He was cal’d to Newbury New-town and ther lived 18 years and he died March the 10, 1714, AEt. 74. (F.S.) Mr. Samuel Belcher.

G – 147 David Berry, August 6, 1808, Jan. 10, 1891. His wife, Amy Berry, October 6, 1800, January 7, 1870. (M. M.) H. P. Smith and Co.

C – 165 Here lyes buried the body of Elizabeth Berry, AEtat. 5 years, died Dec., 1735. Here lyes buried the body of Mary Berry, AEtat 18 months, died Dec. 1735. The daughters of Thomas Berry, Esqr. and Elizabeth, his wife. (F.S.) split. E – M

C – 180 Elizabeth Berry – see Mrs. Elizabeth How.

C – 181 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Martha Berry, wife to Mr. Thomas Berry, Esqr., and daughter of the Revd. Mr. John Rogers and Mrs. Martha, his wife, who decd. Aug. 24th Anno Domni 1727, AEtatis Suae 33. (F.S.) Mrs. Martha Berry.

C -165 Mary Berry – see Elizabeth Berry.

C – 166 Here lyeth buried Thomas Berry, son of Thomas and Margaret Berry, aged 6 weeks, 2 days, died September 28, 1690. (F.S. in pieces) T. Berry.

C – 179 Justitia et Veritas. Here lies Interr’d the remains of the Honorable Thomas Berry Esq. who lived universally beloved and died equally lamented 12th August, 1756, aged 61 years. Sic transit Gloria mundi. (F.S.) The Honorable Thomas Berry Esqr. 1756.

G – 218 Abigail M. Blake – see George H. Smith

H – 66 Annie M. Blake – see John H. Blake

G – 86 (front) Mother, Father. Though Lost to Sight, to Memory Dear. (Back) Asher Blake died Mar. 8, 1885, aged 78 yrs. Sarah, wife of Asher Blake, died Oct. 7, 1881, aged 83 yrs. (G.A.R. marker)

H – 66 Daniel B. Blake – see John H. Blake.

H – 67 (Front) Emma, Nellie. We Shall Meet Them Again. (Back) Emma Frances, died Oct. 2, 1855, AEt. 18 mos, 24 dys. Nellie Frances, died Aug. 25, 1859, AEt. 2 yrs, 7 mos. Children of John H. and Mary E. Blake. (N.B. See also H – 66 – John H. Blake)

H – 66 Emma F. Blake – see John H. Blake.

H – 66 Flora B. Blake – see John H. Blake.

H – 66 (front) John H. Blake, February 22, 1831 – February 2, 1909. His wife, Mary E. Blake, December 12, 1831 – July 21, 1926. (base) Blake. (right) Children of J. H. and M. E. Blake. Flora B. Blake, August 12, 1863 – August 6, 1880. Annie M. Blake, April 8, 1870 – July 7, 1891. Daniel B. Blake, April 19, 1859 – August 24, 1892. (left) Children of J. H. and M. E. Blake. Emma F. Blake, March 7, 1854 – October 2, 1855. Nellie F. Blake, January 20, 1857 – August 25, 1859. (F.S.) Annie, Flora, Daniel, Mother, Father.

G – 87 Margaret S. Blake – see Capt. Joseph W. Willcomb.

E – 68 Mary, wife of James M. Blake, died Apr. 16, 1854, aged 32 y’rs. Great God! How could thy vengeance light so bitterly on one so bright? How could the hand, that gave such charms, blast them again? (F.S.) M. B.

H – 66 Mary E. Blake – see John H. Blake

G – 60 Martha N. Blake – see Martha N. B. Sherburne.

H – 66 Nellie F. Blake – see John H. Blake

H -67 Nellie Frances Blake – see Emma Frances Blake (also H – 66 – John H. Blake).

G – 86 Sarah Blake – see Asher Blake. *Sarah Blake – see Sarah Glasier.

D – 156 Here lies Mrs. Elisabeth Bordman, the wife of Mr. Thomas Bordman, who died the 4th day of Desember, 1718, aged 68 years, 8 months, and 3 days. (F.S.) Mrs. Elisabeth Bordman. D. 1718. R.

C – 145 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Boardman, daughter to Mr. Jacob and Mrs. Martha Boardman, decd. May the 4th, 1736, in the 22d year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Boardman.

C – 200 Here lies buried the body of Mr. Jacob Boardman, who died Nov. 29th, 1756, aged 86 years.

C – 147 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Martha Boardman, wife to Mr. Jacob Boardman, who departed this life June the 17th, A. D. 1740, in the 70th year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Martha Boardman.

C – 142 Here lyes the body of Ms. Sarah Bordman, wife to Mr. Thomas Bordman, died Dec. the 27th, 1725, in the 50th year of her age.

D – 153 Here lies Mr. Thomas Bordman, who died October the 3, 1719, in the 76 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Thomas Bordman.

Here lyes the body of Joseph Bolles, who died May the 17, 1711-12, aged 15 yr, 3 months and 11 days. (This stone in fragments by corner of house at the right of cemetery.)

C – 86 Erected in memory of Mrs. Lucy Bolles, wife of Mr. Charles Bolles, who departed this life April 18th, 1790, aged 68 years. When the great shepherd sounds his sad alarm, all balm is void, no potentate can death disarm; remember kind reader, you’ve a soul to save, life is transitory, and just; here’s the grave. (F.S.) Mrs. Lucy Bolles.

H – 93 Hannah S. Lord Bond – see Abram Lord.

H – 93 James W. Bond – see Abram Lord.

G – 116 Elizabeth Lord Boynton – see Warren Boynton.

G – 115 (front) Howard. “Led by God’s kindly hand, into the shining Land.” (back) W. Howard, son of Warren and Elizabeth B. Boynton, died Dec. 19, 1876, aged 14 yrs, 3 mo’s, and 10 d’ys. (M.M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell.

G – 114 (front) Lizzie and Martha. Ashes for beauty, by the grave is given; Beauty for ashes, is the change for heaven. (back) Lizzie M., died Oct. 26, 1860, aged 26 ds. Martha L., died Aug. 13, 1866, aged 11 ms, 27 ds. Dau’s of Warren and Elizabeth B. Boynton.

G – 116 Lizzie Marion Boynton – see Warren Boynton.

G – 116 – Martha Louise Boynton – see Warren Boynton. See also G – 114 – Lizzie M. Boynton.

G – 116 Warren Boynton, Serg’t. Co. A., 1st Batt. Mass. H. A. 1836-1922. His wife, Elizabeth B. Lord, 1835-1918. Children: 1860 Lizzie Marion 1860, 1862 Warren Howard 1876, 1865 Martha Louise 1866, (G.A.R. marker.)

D – 114 Here the body of Abigail Brackenbury, wife of William Brackenbury, lyes buried, who died July the 20, 1712, aged 33 years, and 2 months, and 3 dayes. (F.S.) A. B.

A – 44 Mrs. Mary, the wife of Mr. William Brackenbury, died Sept. the 13, 1720, aged 35 years.

E – 20 Here lies the body of Capt. John Bracket, of Falmouth, who departed this life Sept. the 28th, 1775, aged 38 years. (F.S.) Capt. John Bracket.

G – 18 Cora Brailey – see Frank Henry Lord.

C – 158 Here lies Doctr. John Bridgham, the son of Mr. Henry and Elizebeth Bridgham, of Boston, died May the 2d, 1721, in the 76 year of his age. (F.S.) Doctr. John Bridgham.

H – 16 Helen P. Brock – see Charles W. White.

H – 38 Abby J. Brockelbank – see William K. Worth

H – 35 Carrie A., daughter of Jeremiah and Mary Brockelbank, died Apr. 7, 1878, aged 27 yrs, 11 mos. Brothers and Sisters, Parents too, Pray do not weep for me, I’m sitting now at Jesus feet, His glorious face I see. (M.M.) Smith and Ferguson, Boston.

H – 36 Jeremiah Brockelbank, June 13, 1818 – Dec. 1, 1906. His wife, Mary Harris, Feb. 24, 1818 – Oct. 9, 1898. (base) Brockelbank.

H – 37 Mary Brockelbank – see George H. Gwinn.

A – 53 In memory of Mary Jane, daughter of Col. John and Nancy Brockelbank, who died June 6, 1841, aged 20 years and 5 months. (F.S.) M. J. B.

G – 180 Conrad H. Brooks died Aug. 25, 1865, aged 31 yrs. Meet me in Heaven.

G – 179 John Caldwell, son of Conrad H. and Emeline C. Brooks, died June 14, 1862, aged 1 yr., 2 mos., and 14 ds. This little shining head we lay, In the Redeemer’s bosom.

H – 61 Ada J. Brown – see Edward Dole.

H – 40 Benj. C. Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

H -40 (front) Charles W. Brown, 1850-1929. His wife, Jannette Lord, 1851-1930. Frank R. Starkey, 1880 – , His wife, Nella M. Brown, 1881 – , (base) Brown. (right) James W. Brown, 1836-1919. His wife, Maria J. Brown, 1843-1926. (back) Daughters; Mary A. Brown died Oct. 15, 1851, aged 21 yrs. Wilhelmina F. Brown, died Jan. 5, 1868, aged 23 yrs. (left) Benj. C. Brown died Feb. 20, 1883, aged 75 yrs, 1 mo. His wife, Mary B. Brown, died Aug. 9, 1896, aged 85 yrs, 7 mos. (base) Brown. (F.S.) M.J.B., J.W.B., (G.A.R. marker) J. L. B., C. W. B.

G – 108 Edward F. Brown – see George A. Lord. * Elizabeth M. Brown died Mar. 19, 1903, aged 72 years, 6 months. She was the widow of William G. Brown and daughter of Ebenezer Caldwell and Elizabeth M. Burnham. * Francis Q. Brown died March 27, 1885, aged 85 years, 7 months.

C – 199 Hannah Brown – see John Brown.

F – 20 Hattie W. Brown – see Asa Lord.

F – 19 (Tomb) Jacob Brown 1848 Ira Worcester (2 Union Defender Markers.)

H – 40 James W. Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

H – 40 Jannette Lord Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

C – 199 Here lyeth the body of John Brown who died April the 9, in the 88 year of his age, 1727. Also Hannah Brown, his wife, died the 7 of November, in the 76 year of her age, 1727.

E – 240 John Brown – see Elisha Newman.

F – 19 Lavinia Allen Brown died Oct. 19, 1908, aged 81 years, 1 month, 2 day. She was the wid. of Jacob Franklin Brown, and dau. of Joseph Cogswell.

H – 40 Maria J. Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

H – 40 Mary Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

F – 22 Mary Abby, wife of John A. Brown, died July 8, 1873, aged 29 yrs, 8 ms. and 22 ds. We have loved thee on earth, May we meet thee in heaven.

F – 20 Mary Abby (Lord) Brown – see Asa Lord.

E -240 Mary A. Brown – see Elisha Newman. * Mary Bickford Brown died Aug. 9, 1896, aged 85 years, 7 months, 4 days. She was the widow of Benjamin Brown and daughter of Jacob and Ann Lord Manning. *Mary Lynde S. Brown died April 27, 1887, aged 72 years, 9 months, she was the daughter of William Dodge and Lucy Rogers Farley Dodge.

D-79 Here lies Mrs. Mehetabel Brown, the wife of Mr. Iames Brown, died August the 29th, 1719, in the 33d year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Mehetabel Brown.

D -154 Here lies Nathanael Brown, son of Mr. John Brown, who died July the 18th, 1719, in the 29 year of his age. (F.S.) Nathaniel Brown.

H -40 Nella M. Brown – see Charles W. Brown.
* Sylvester V. Brown died Jan. 5, 1915, aged 76 years, 10 months, 24 days. He was the son of John Brown and Mary A. Caldwell. (Buried in same grave with Mary A. Caldwell.)

H- 40 Wilhelmina F. Brown – see Charles W. Brown.

D-158 Here lies Cornnet Andrew Buorlay, who died February the 1th, 1718, aged 60 years and 5 months. (F. S.) Cornnet Andrew Buorlay.

C- 8 Here lies the body of John Burley, son of Andrew Burley, Esqr., and Mrs. Lydia Burley, who died Dec. the 26, A.D. 1742, in the 21 year of his age. (F.S.) John Burley.

C- 6 Here lyes interr’d the body of Mrs. Lydia Burley, wife to Andrew Burley Esqr., aged 39 years, decd. August the 25th, 1736.

(N.B. Burnam – see also Burnham.)

C-66 Andrew Burnam – see James Burnam.

C- 69 James Burnam, son to Mr. James and Mrs. Sarah Burnam, aged ten years, decd. March the 12, 1729. (F.S.) J. B.

C-71 Here lyes the body of Mr. James Burnam, decd. June the 30th, 1729, in the 78th year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. James Burnem.

C-67 Here lyes inter’d the body of Mr. James Burnum, decd. March the 12th, 1736, in the 46th year of his age. (F.S.) J. B. 1736.

C-66 2 Sons of Mr. James and Mrs. Hannah Burnam. James Burnam who died Jan. the 2nd, 1738, in the 8th year of his age. Andrew Burnam, who died Jan. the 8th, 1738, in the 4th year of his age. (F.S.) James Burnam, Andrew Burnam.

D-16 Joshua Burnum, son of Mr. Iams and Mary Burnum died Dec. the 22, 1708, aged 15 years.

E-18 Here lyes buried the body of Doc. Joshua Burnam, who departed this life March the 7th, 1762, aged 51 years and 5 months. (F.S.) Doc. Joshua Burnam-1762.

D-157 Mrs. Margaret Burnam – see Thomas Burnam.

C-65 Here lyeth the body of Martha Burnam, daughter of Mr. James and Mrs. Sarah Burnam, who died January the 12th, 1738, in the 16th year of her age. (F.S.) Martha Burnam.

D-171 Mrs. Mary Burnum, wife of Liuet. Thomas Burnum, died March the 27, 1715, aged 92 years. Mother of 15 children and grandmother of 70.

C-70 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Burnam, relict widow of Mr. James Burnam, who died the 10th of Nov., 1733, in the 76 year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Burnham.

C-68 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Sarah Burnam, wife to Mr. James Burnam, Jun., aged 38 years, decd. July the 17, 1728. (F.S.) Mrs. Sarah Burnam, 1727.

D-205 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Susanna Burnam, wife to Doc. Joshua Burnam, who departed this life May the 19th, 1759, in the 29th year of her age. Fresh in the Morn, the Summer Rose hangs wither’d ere ’tis noon; We scarce enjoy the balmy gift, but mourn the pleasure gone. (F.S.) Mrs. Susanna Burnam, 1759.

D-157 Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Thomas Burnam, who departed this life May 10th, 1759, in the 78th year of his age. Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Margaret Burnam, wife to Mr. Thomas Burnam, who died March the 10th, 1759, aged 78 years. Rev. xiv, 13. Blessed are the Dead which Die in the Lord-they rest from their labours; and their works do follow them. (F.S.) Mrs. Margaret Burnam – 1759. Mr. Thomas Burnam – 1759.

B-192 Co. I, 23rd Reg. Post G.A.R. 128. Abraham Burnham, born June 20, 1807, Died April 22, 1891. A patriot and a soldier. Father (base) Erected by his son, Daniel S. Burnham. (G.A.R. marker.) *Asa Burnham died Aug. 23, 1915, aged 80 years, 12 months, 23 days (sic.).

B-195 A. Perkins Burnham, born Sept. 25, 1835, died Dec. 15, 1879. “And they sang a new song, saying Thou art worthy of the book.” “What is the known, to the unknown?” (base) Erected by his brother, Daniel S. Burnham.

B-193 Charlotte Fuller, wife of Abraham Burnham, born Aug. 18, 1806, died September 4, 1900. A daughter of the Revolution. Mother (base) Erected by her son Daniel S. Burnham.

B-194 Charlotte F. Burnham, born June 12, 1833, died April 24, 1888. “Fold her, O Father! in thine arms, and let her henceforth be a messenger of love between our human hearts and thee.” (base) Erected by her brother, Daniel S. Burnham.

B-191 D. S. Burnham, May 9, 1838-January 22, 1904. At Rest.

E-48 In memory of Ebenezer Burnham, died Feb. 6, 1862, aged 90. And his wife, Mary Dodge, died Sept. 11, 1799, aged 27, and of their children, Ebenezer, died Feb. 17, 1824, aged 25. Isaac, died, Aug. 15, 1825, aged 30. Judith, died Aug. 3, 1837, aged 44, and of his second wife, Mrs. Hannah Hale, died March 30, 1838, aged 57. And of their daughter, Mary Abigail, died April 25, 1837, aged 22. (F.S.) E.B.

E-169 In memory of Miss Elizabeth D. Burnham, who died Oct. 20, 1843, aged 50. Lovely in her natural disposition, She was still more lively as a Christian. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.” (F.S.) E. D. B.

E-174 Elizabeth Burnham – see Mrs. Elizabeth Treadwell.

G-58 Frank H., died July 18, 1864, AEt 20 mos, 20 dys. Jennie W., died Sept. 3, 1865, AEt. 11 mos, 15 dys. Infant children of Asa and Jennie T. Burnham. Gone to join the angels in Heaven.

B-199 Hannah, widow of Abraham Burnham, died Nov. 12, 1852, AE. 75. In life respected, and in death lamented. Ah! thou art gone, and we must go; Friends cannot keep up here; By they departure this we know, and o’er thee shed a tear! (M.M.) F. & G., BA.

E-48 Hannah Hale Burnham – see Ebenezer Burnham.

F-32 Isaac E. Burnham died July 9, 1848, aged 24 yrs. He was the only child of Isaac Burnham who died in the East Indies, August 15, 1825, aged 30 yrs.

E-48 Isaac Burnham – see Ebenezer Burnham.

G-58 Jennie W. Burnham – see Frank H. Burnham.

E-48 Judith Burnham – see Ebenezer Burnham.

E-170 In memory of Mrs. Mary Burnham, relict of Major Thomas Burnham, died Nov. 10, 1855, aged 88. Her life was marked with benevolence; yet conscious of numberless defects, she humbly rested her soul on the merit and mercy of her Saviour. (F.S.) M. B.

E-48 Mary Burnham – see Ebenezer Burnham.

G-41 Nellie May Burnham – see Clifford F. Chapman.

D-160 In memory of Mrs. Rebecca Burnham, consort of Maj. Thomas Burnham, and second daughter of Col. Isaac Dodge, who died Jan. 9th, 1795, aged 34 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Rebecca Burnham.

E-24 In memory of Samuel Burnham, son of Major Tho. and Mrs. Rebecca Burnham, who died Feb. 9th, 1787, aged 9 months. (F.S.) S. Burnham.

E-175 In memory of Mr. Samuel Burnham, son of Major Thomas Burnham, and an Officer in the American Army, who departed this life March 15th, 1782, aged 27. War and its objects when alive I sung, But death step’d in; I left the work undone. (S.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) Sam. Burnham.

B-198 Stephen Burnham, born Nov. 9, 1809, Died Jan. 23, 1894. Erected by his nephew, Daniel S. Burnham.

E-217 In memory of Major Thomas Burnham, senr., who departed this life June 30th, 1792, aged 70 years. (S.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) Major Thomas Burnham.

E-171 Sacred to the memory of Major Thomas Burnham, who died March 7, 1833, aged 82. In each domestic and social relation, he was amiable and beloved. He served his country as an Officer in the army of the Revolution, and an Instructor of its rising youth. (S.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) T. B.

E-25 In memory of Thomas Lord Burnham, son of Maj. Thomas and Mrs. Rebecca Burnham, who died Sept. 11th, 1791, aged 17 months. (F.S.) Thomas L. Burnham.

E-76 Capt. Asa Butler, 1806-1893. His wife, Elizabeth Butler, 1813-1875.

D-75 Ida Eureka Butler – see Charles H. Dodge.

E-179 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Joseph Butman, who died June 1, 1815, in the 37 year of his age. Hope wipes the tear from sorrow’s eye, and faith points upward to the sky. The promise guides her ardent flight, and joys unknown to sense, invite these blissful regions to explore, where pleasure blooms to fade no more. (F.S.) Mr. J. B.

G-136 Charles A. Buzzell died Aug. 12, 1881, aged 22 yrs. 6 mos. Sleeping here but not forgotten.

G-138 Charles A. Buzzell – see Isaac Buzzell.

G-135 Father died Aug. 18, 1836, aged 28 yrs. Mother died Feb. 8, 1875, aged 59 yrs., 7 mo. There is sweet rest in Heaven. (back) Isaac Buzzell. Elizabeth Buzzell. (F.S.) I. B., E. B.

G-138 (front) Isaac Buzzell, Mar. 12, 1836-Aug. 9, 1900. His wife, Margaret Buzzell, Oct. 17, 1839-Sept. 5, 1896. (right) Mabel E. Buzzell, May 19, 1860-June 10, 1912. (left) Lizzie Ida Buzzell, Feb. 12, 1873-Sept. 15, 1896. Charles A. Buzzell, Aug. 28, 1869-July 11, 1911. (F.S.) M.B., L.I.B., C.A.B., M.E.B.

G-137 Corpl. Isaac Buzzell, Co. A. 1 Mass. H. A. (G.A.R. marker.)

G-138 Lizzie Ida Buzzell – see Isaac Buzzell.

G-138 Mabel E. Buzzell – see Isaac Buzzell.

G-138 Margaret Buzzell – see Isaac Buzzell.

D-38 Here lies buried the body of Mr. Francis Cagswell, who died Oct. the 28th, 1774, in the 74 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Francis Cagswell. (F.S.) Mrs. Hannah Cagswell.

G-88 Abbie Lord Caldwell – see John G. Caldwell.

E-234 Abraham Caldwell, Mar. 22, 1800-Feb. 4, 1894. I am going home.

G-133 Almira Flint Caldwell – see James Caldwell.

E-69 In affectionate remembrance of Augustine Caldwell, son of Capt. John and Mrs. Eunice Caldwell, who died suddenly at Salem, Oct. 14, 1842, aged 28 years. “Be ye also ready.” (F.S.) A. C.

G-88 Annette Adams Caldwell – see John G. Caldwell.

F-36 Caroline Caldwell – see Jeremiah Prescott.

E-199 Cynthia, wife of Joseph H. Caldwell, died Dec. 10, 1878, AEt. 66 yrs, 5 mos.

F-18 Daniel Caldwell – see Frederic Mitchell.

E-196 Daniel A. Caldwell, died Dec. 19, 1845, AEt. 24 yrs., 9 ms. (F.S.) D.A.C.

F-18 David H. Caldwell – see Frederic Mitchell.

E-240 Ebenezer Caldwell – see Nath’l Caldwell.

G-88 Edward R. Caldwell – see John G. Caldwell.

E-212 Elizabeth Caldwell- see Thomas Caldwell Jr.

A-37 Elizabeth Caldwell- see John and Sarah Haraden Caldwell.

E-162 Elizabeth B. Caldwell – see Joel Caldwell.

G-68 Elizabeth G. Caldwell – see Nathaniel Caldwell. *Elizabeth M. Caldwell – see Elizabeth M. Brown.

E-232 Elizabeth W. Caldwell – see Jacob Caldwell.

F-18 Emeline C. Caldwell – see Frederic Mitchell.

G-158 Emeline Caldwell – see Luther Sutton Caldwell.

G-38 Emeline Caldwell – see Deacon Nath’l R. Farley.

E-233 Esther, daughter of Abr’m and Elizabeth Caldwell, died Nov. 25, 1852, AE. 47 yrs. The sweet remembrance of the just, shall flourish when they sleep in dust.

G-75 Eunice Caldwell – see John Caldwell.

E-209 Mrs. Eunice Caldwell – see Mrs. Eunice Haskell.

E-206 Eunice, wife of Abraham Caldwell, born Aug. 11, 1795, died Jan. 3, 1862. “He giveth his beloved sleep.” John Caldwell, Sept. 14, 1827-Apr. 2, 1860.

G-75 Eunice Stanwood Caldwell – see John Caldwell – see also G-80 Henry Augustine Cowles.

G-82 Eunice Caldwell- see Eunice Caldwell Cowles.

G-71 Frances A. Caldwell – see Tyler Caldwell.

E-195 Francis Caldwell, died Jan. 9, 1863, AEt. 74 yrs., 4 ms. (F.S.) F. C.

E-162 George W. Caldwell – see Joel Caldwell.

A-37 Hannah Caldwell – see John and Sarah Caldwell.

G-39 Hannah Caldwell – see Sylvanus Caldwell.

G-39 Harriet Caldwell – see Sylvanus Caldwell.

E-232 Jacob Caldwell departed this life Feb. 7, 1846, AE. 32 yrs. Elizabeth W., their only child, died Jan. 25, 1846, AE. 19 ms. For all flesh is as grass, and all the glory of man as the flower of grass, the grass withereth away and the flower thereof fadeth away.

G-133 (Front) In memory of James Caldwell, born May 2, 1791; died Nov. 10, 1874, aged 83. Mary Kimball, his wife, born May 4, 1792; died Feb. 8, 1873, aged 81. Good friend for Jesus sake forbeare to dig the dust enclosed here, blessed be he that spares theses stones, and curst be he that moves my bones.-Shakespeare. (base) Caldwell. (right) In memory of Almira Flint, wife of Col. Luther Caldwell, who died in Swansea, Wales, Feb. 3, 1888, aged 59. The sea may roll between us and her grave, the skies may frown or kindly arch above, but every wind that sweeps across the wave, shall bear to her some message of our love.-E. G. Hull. (back) In memory of Mary Elizabeth Caldwell, daughter of James and Mary Caldwell, who died July 5, 1843, aged 17. Not dead but gone before, to that unseen and silent shore! Shall we not meet as heretofore, some summer morning. (left) Susan W. Caldwell, wife of James P. Jewett, who was born Jan 4, 1824, died Jan. 5, 1895, aged 71. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.” (Base) Jewett.

G-111 Janet F. Horne Caldwell – see Joseph N. Caldwell.

E-213 Joanna Caldwell – see Joanna Caldwell Stanwood.

E-162 (back) Joel Caldwell, born Aug. 11, 1824, died Jan. 10, 1883. His wife, Margaret Kimball, born Jan. 26, 1824, died Feb. 24, 1903. (base) Caldwell. (front) Elizabeth B. Caldwell, born May 7, 1827, died Oct. 1, 1827. (left) George W. Caldwell, born Mar. 4, 1821, died Jan. 9, 1896. (right) Lydia Ann Caldwell, born Apr. 22, 1831, died Sept. 9, 1902. (F.S.) George, Joel, Margaret, Lydia.

A-37 (front) In memory of John and Sarah Haraden Caldwell and their daughters. (M.M.) G. F. Witherell, Lowell. (back) Sarah, born 1765, died 1833. Elizabeth, born 1766, died 1770. Elizabeth, wife of John Grow, born 1772, died 1838. Hannah, born 1774, died 1811. Mary, born 1776, died 1861. Susanna, born 1778, died 1844. Lucy, born 1782, died 1868. (F.S.) Caldwell.

E-206 John Caldwell – see Eunice Caldwell.

G-80 John Caldwell – see Henry Augustine Cowles.

G-75 In memory of John Caldwell, Son of Stephen and Abigail Caldwell, born February 26, 1781, died July 29, 1835. Whoso walketh uprightly walketh safely. In memory of Eunice, daughter of Isaac and Eunice Stanwood and wife of John Caldwell, born May 28, 1788; Died February 1, 1865. Her children arise and call her blessed.

E-208 Sacred to the memory of Mr. John Caldwell, who died Sept. 22, 1815, AEt. 67. (S.A.R. marker.)

E-197 Sacred to the memory of Mr. John Caldwell who died Oct. 21, 1837, aged 22. A voice from the grave bids you be wise, and seek a portion beyond the skies; Be ye also ready-death to meet; And prostrate lay at the Savior’s feet. Erected by his affectionate Mother. (F.S.) J. C.

G-88 (front) John G. Caldwell, Feb. 13, 1833 – Oct. 12, 1881. Co. B. 23rd Regt., Mass. Vol. Inf. His wife, Abbie Lord, May 8, 1835-Oct. 8, 1903. (base) Caldwell. (right) Sarah Lord, daughter of Josiah and Elizabeth Lord, Apr. 27, 1833-Feb. 10, 1896. (left) Edward R. Caldwell, son of J. G. and A. L. Caldwell, Apr. 18, 1860-Sept. 16, 1895. Annette Adams, his wife, Apr. 28, 1850. Died at Brownstown, Jamaica, W. I., Mar. 27, 1893. (F.S.) E.R.C., A.L., J.G.C., S.L. (Union Defender marker.)

E-155 John T. Caldwell, died Nov. 11, 1891, AEt. 48 yrs, 6 mos.

E-201 Joseph Caldwell – see Lucy H. Caldwell.

E-198 Joseph H. Caldwell, died May 26, 1882, AEt. 67 yrs., 9 mos.

G-111 (Front) Joseph N. Caldwell, born Aug. 25, 1813, died Jan. 21, 1891. His wife, Janet, F. Horne, born Dec. 25, 1839, died June 11, 1925. (base) Caldwell. (left) Elizabeth H. Thompson, born Nov. 18, 1850, died Oct. 14, 1915. (F.S.) E.H.T., J.N.C., J.H.C.

E-211 Josiah Caldwell died Aug. 19, 1864, aged 83 yrs. “I am the resurrection and the life.”

A-37 Lucy Caldwell – see John and Sarah Caldwell.

E-210 Lucy Caldwell, wife of Josiah Caldwell, died Feb. 4, 1870, aged 72 yrs. 11 mos. “He giveth his beloved sleep.”

E-201 Lucy Henderson, died Sept. 18, 1788, aged 36 y’rs. Mary R. Sweet, died Sept. 19, 1833. Wives of Thomas Caldwell. Their children, Lucy, died Apr. 3, 1822, aged 43. Joseph, drowned Oct. 1838, aged 40. (M.M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell.

F-18 Lucy Mary Caldwell – see Frederic Mitchell.

G-131 (front) Erected by Col. Luther Caldwell, born in Ipswich Sept. 17, 1822, departed this life, Jan. 17, 1903. Married 1st to Almira Flint, Jan. 27, 1846, died Feb. 3, 1888. 2nd to S. Maria Newhall, of Lynn, Dec. 11, 1890. Clerk of New York Ass’y, 1867, Mayor of Elmira, N. Y. 1873-4. Ed. and Prop’t of The Elmira Daily Advertizer, 1867-70. Author of The Life of Anne Bradstreet, 1898. (base) Caldwell. (back) Col. Caldwell Charter Member G. A. R. Post 6 New York State. An Officer in N.Y.S. Volunteers 17th Reg’t in the Civil War. A member of the Convention that named Abraham Lincoln for President 1860. Sec’y of the Convention Called roll of States which named Gen. Grant for President, 1868. Chief Bond Division P. O. Dep’t, President Harrison 1889-93. This stone erected 1902. (Union Defender marker.)

G-158 Luther Sutton Caldwell, 1848-1926. His wife Emeline Caldwell, 1850-1926.

E-194 Lydia, wife of Francis Caldwell, died Oct. 9, 1867. AEt. 82 yrs, 1mo, 14 ds. (F.S.) L. C.

E-162 Lydia Ann Caldwell – see Joel Caldwell.

E-162 Margaret Kimball Caldwell – see Joel Caldwell.

E-235 In memory of Mrs. Margaret Wood Caldwell, wife of Mr. Benjamin Caldwell, who died Dec. 24th, 1788, aged 33 years, 5 months, and 20 days.

G-131 Maria Newhall Caldwell – see Col. Luther Caldwell.

A-37 Mary Caldwell – see John and Sarah Caldwell.

G-133 Mary Caldwell – see James Caldwell.

E-201 Mary Caldwell – see Lucy Henderson Caldwell.

E-240 Mary N. Caldwell – see Nath’l Caldwell.

G-132 Mira E. Caldwell, 1860-1918.

G-68 Nathaniel Caldwell, Nov. 5, 1811 – Mar. 5, 1896. His wife, Susan C., Oct. 18, 1832- Aug. 18, 1861. Their children, Elizabeth G., Jan. 7, 1861-Aug. 8, 1861.

E-240 Nath’l Caldwell died Apr. 23, 1838. AE. 60 y’rs. Mary N., his wife, and dau. of Elisha and Anna R. Newman, died July 29, 1836, AE. 47 y’rs. Their infant dau. died Nov. 5, 1810. Ebenezer, their son, died Feb. 18, 1821, AE, 9 mo’s.

A-37 Sarah Caldwell – see John and Sarah Haraden Caldwell.

E-207 In memory of Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham and Eunice Caldwell, who died May 5, 1842; aged 12 years and 6 months. She was amiable, affectionate and lovely in life, and greatly endeared herself to parents and friends, who deeply deplore her loss. Far, far removed from things of earth, her gentle spirit found a home, with beings of a higher birth to dwell; no more to roam.

G-39 Sarah P. Caldwell – see Sylvanus Caldwell.

E-202 Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Stephen Caldwell, who departed this life Jan. 14th, 1754, in the 31st year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Stephen Caldwell.

G-78 Stephen Caldwell, son of John and Eunice Caldwell, born in Ipswich, Mass. March 18, 1827, died in Avoca, Iowa, January 30, 1900. The memory of the just is blessed.

G-68 Susan C. Caldwell – see Nathaniel Caldwell.

G-133 Susan W. Caldwell – see James Caldwell.

A-37 Susanna Caldwell – see John and Sarah Caldwell.

G-39 (front) Sylvanus Caldwell died Aug. 26, 1864, AEt. 77 y’rs. Hannah Caldwell died Jan. 20, 1864, AEt. 76 yrs. Angels watch the sleeping dust. (base) Caldwell. (right) Harriet Caldwell died Feb. 6, 1870, AEt. 51 yrs. Hannah S. Caldwell died Feb. 21, 1881, AEt. 54 yrs. Sarah P. Caldwell died Sept. 1, 1919, AEt. 86 yrs. (F.S.) Mother, Father, Sarah, Hannah, Harriet.

E-212 Mr. Thomas Caldwell, Jr., obt. May 25, 1824, AEt. 73. Also, Mrs. Elizabeth, his first wife, obt. April 17, 1786, AEt. 39.

E-200 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Thomas Caldwell, who died Dec. 19, 1828, aged 81 years. My flesh shall slumber in the ground, till the last trumpet’s joyful sound; Then burst the chains with sweet surprise and in my Saviour’s image rise.

G-71 (front) Tyler Caldwell, Jan. 1, 1819 – May 27, 1898. His wife, Frances A. Caldwell, Apr. 11, 1823 – Oct. 29, 1876. (base) Caldwell. (right) Daniel D. Wells, 1847-1907. His wife, Olive H. Wells, 1849-1906. (F.S.) T.C., F.A.C., Father, Mother.

B-16 Her lyes what was mortal of Mr. Ioseph Calef who died December the 28, 1707, and in the 36th year of his age. (F.S.) I. C.

C-138 Here lies the body of Mr. Robert Calef who deceased July the 12th, 1730, in the 37 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Robert Calef.

C-141 Samuel Calef, son of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Mary Calef, died Sept. the 11th, 1720, aged 24 years. (F.S.) Samuel Calef. Margaret Calef.

C-159 Here lyes the body of Joseph Capen, son of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Capen, Minister at Topsfield, died at Ipswich the 11 day of Jan. 1704, in the 11th year of his age. Flos floridus morte carpitur.

*-Abbie Carr died June 1, 1902, aged 21 years, 10 months, 13 days. See also H-93 Abram Lord. She was the daughter of John Carr and Louisa Collins of Essex.

A-81 James Casson -see Falconer.

A-39 Abigail A. C., daughter of Mr. Luther Cate, died April 18, 1829, aged 10 months.

D-86 Here lyes the body of Capt. Samuel Chadwell who died February the 2nd, 1714/15, aged 39 years.

G-155 Chandler. Stillman H. Chandler, Sept. 28, 1823 – April 2, 1908. Lucy J. Chandler, nee Treadwell, Nov. 8, 1825-May 19, 1898.

B-108 Annie I. Chapman – see William A. Chapman. * Charles I. Chapman, son of Charles Chapman, died Oct. 1880, aged 41 years. *Charlotte P. Chapman, died June 20, 1896, aged 79 years, 2 months. She was the daughter of Daniel B. and Charlotte (Jeffries) Smith, and the widow of Charles Chapman.

G-41 (front) Clifford F. Chapman, 1869-1928. His wife, Nellie May Burnham, 1863-1918. (base) Chapman. (F.S.) Mother, Father – C.F.C.

G-123 Elisha M. Chapman, March 9, 1855-March 22, 1906. His wife, Elizabeth L. Chapman, June 24, 1865-Feb. 5, 1916.

E-90 Miss Elizabeth Chapman, daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Joanna Chapman; died Sept. 7th, 1797, AEtat, 21. While the dear dust she leaves behind sleeps in thy bosom, sacred tomb! Soft be her bed, her slumbers kind, and all her dreams of Joy to come. (F.S.) Miss E. Chapman.

B-126 Elizabeth, wife of John Chapman, died March 29, 1853, AEt. 69. She opened her heart with wisdom, and on her tongue was the law of kindness. Prompt to perform the duties of her sphere, Her hand industrious and her heart sincere, By all who knew her and her virtues proved, She died lamented as she lived beloved.

E-62 Emeline A., dau. of Joseph and Hannah Chapman, died Dec. 23, 1848, AE. 27 yrs. Erected by her mother. (F.S. blank.)

E-89 Hannah Chapman – see Joseph Chapman Jr.

B-127 John Chapman died, April 9, 1857, aged 76. Our Father’s gone I trust to rest, with spirits of the loved and blest; In Heaven where partings never come, he waits to welcome dear ones home.

G-67 1816 John K. Chapman 1901. 1822 His wife, Rubey D. Linsey, 1866. 1842 His wife, Maria Gardner, 1888. 1869 John G. 1904. (base) Chapman. (F.S.) Mother, Margaret Chapman, 1872-1904.

E-89 In memory of Joseph Chapman Jr. who died May 27, 1841, aged 57. Not lost, but gone before. Hannah, his wife, died Feb. 25, 1878; aged 91 yrs. (F.S.) J. C.

B-110 (front) Luna F., dau. of Thomas T. and Velina M. Chapman, died Sept. 28, 1867, AEt. 7 yrs. 10 ms. (back) Luna. The flower is of earth, but the perfume’s from heaven.

G-67 Margaret Chapman -see John K. Chapman. *Margaret L. Chapman, wife of William Chapman, died Nov. 21, 1889, aged 80 yrs, 10 mos.

G-67 Maria Gardner Chapman – see John K. Chapman.

B-109 Martha V. Chapman – see Thomas Chapman.

F-28 Mary Edner, daughter of Charles W., and Charlotte Chapman, died Nov. 9, 1853, AEt. 9 mo’s, 9 days. Kind parents why those tears, and why those bursting sighs. No weeping here bedims, you little darling’s eyes. Dear parents weep no more, for her you loved so well, for Glories here are ours, and joys we may not tell. (F.S.) M.E.C.

F-26 Nathaniel Chapman died July 12, 1855, AEt. 70 yrs. (F.S.) N. C.

G-41 Nellie May Burnham Chapman – see Clifford F. Chapman.

G-67 Rubey D. Linsey Chapman – see John K. Chapman. * Sally T. Chapman – see Sally T. Lord.

F-25 Sarah Kimball, wife of Nathaniel Chapman, died March 7, 1854, AEt. 64 yrs, 6 mos. (F.S.) S.K.C.

Thomas T. Chapman, died Sept. 6, 1889, aged 63 yrs. Rest, soldier, rest, they work is done, Life’s battle fought, the victory won. (N. B. This stone was copied by T. F. W., no longer existent.)

B-109 Chapman. Thomas Chapman, 1826-1889. Martha V., his wife, 1835-1913. (F.S.) M.V.C. (Union Defender marker.) * William Chapman, son of Jedediah Chapman, died July 24, 1899, aged 86 years, 3 months.

B-108 William A. Chapman, 1855-1928. His wife, Annie I., 1854-1929.

D-53 Here lyeth the body of Aquilla Chase who died March the 17, 1713/14, and in the 26th year of his age.

D-195 Mary Chas, daughter of Aquila and Mary Chas, died March the 10th, 1714/15, aged on year and ten days.

D-186 Sarah Chase died at Yarmouth, Me. Apr. 12, 1874, AEt. 89 yrs, 10 mos. “Rest for the weary.” (F.S.) S. C.

D-172 Mrs. Sarah Cheney of Newbury, wife to Mr. Daniel Cheney, died at Ipswich, October the 26, 1714, aged 69 years. *Arthur Clifton Choat, son of Henry Choat, died Oct. 23, 1891, aged 10 days.

G-62 (front) Charles Choate, 1789-1875. Mary Low Choate, 1789-1883. Edward W. Choate, 1830-1921. Martha R. Choate, 1829-1921. (right) Jonathan L. Choate, Jan. 10, 1825-Jan. 8, 1915. Mary B., wife of J. L. Choate, died June 14, 1850, aged 23 yrs. and 7 mos. John L., infant son of J. L. and M. B. Choate. Louisa, wife of J. L. Choate, died May 1, 1858, aged 37 years. Harry R. Choate, Sept. 27, 1862- Aug. 19, 1864. (left) Lewis Choate, June 9, 1818-Jan. 9, 1897. His wife, Mary B. Archer, Jan. 12, 1834-June 12, 1875. Lydia M., wife of J. H. Dodge, died July 7, 1843, aged 22 years. (F.S.) Lewis Choate. M.R.C., E.W.C., Mary. Louisa. J.L.C. Harry. Father. Mother. Julia. M. Dodge.

G-62 Edward W. Choate – see Charles Choate.

C-211 Elizabeth Choate – see Mrs. Elizabeth Farley.

F-18 Emeline Choate – see Frederic Mitchell.

G-62 Harry H. Choate – see Charles Choate.

C-214 Here lies the remains of the Hon. John Choate Esq. Judge of Probate for the County of Essex and one of his Majesties Council, who departed this life, the 17th of December, 1765, in the 69th year of his age. (F.S.) the Hon. John Choate Esq. 1765.

G-62 John L. Choate – see Charles Choate.

H-41 J. Warren Choate – see Capt. Richard Sutton. * Joseph Warren Choate died Oct. 22, 1909, aged 70 years, 5 months. He was the son of Benjamin Choate and Olive Burnham.

G-62 Jonathan L. Choate – see Charles Choate.

G-62 Lewis Choate – see Charles Choate.

G-61 Lizzie F., dau. of Lewis and Mary B. Choate, died July 30, 1866, aged 9 mos.

G-62 Louisa Choate – see Charles Choate.

G-62 Lydia M. Choate – see Charles Choate.

G-62 Martha R. Choate – see Charles Choate.

G-62a Mary B., wife of Lewis Choate, died June 12, 1875, aged 40 yrs, 4 mos.

G-62 Mary B. Choate, see Charles Choate.

G-62 Mary Low Choate – see Charles Choate.

H-41 Mary Low Choate – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

H-41 Mary E. Sutton Choate – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

C-213 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Miriam Choate widow of the Hon. John Choate Esq. who died March 1st, 1769, aged 747 years. The memory of the Iust is Blessed. (F.S.) Mrs. Miriam Choate.

F-2 In memory of Miss Polly Choate, who died Sept. 14, 1840; aged 70. Thy God was thy ransom, thy guardian and guide, death has no sting, for the Saviour has died. (F.S.) P. C.

C-92 In memory of Mrs. Sarah Choate who died Sept. 15, 1843; aged 77. There is a world above, where parting is unknown-a long eternity of love, formed for the good alone; and faith beholds the dying here, translated to that glorious sphere. (F.S.) S. C.

C-93 In memory of Miss Sarah Choate who died Oct. 2, 1862, aged 72 years and 3 months. (F.S.) S. C.

D-166 Abigail Clark, daughter of George and Elisabeth Clark, who died February the 6, 1715/16, aged 7 months, and 4 days. (F.S.) Abigail Clark.

H-39 Anson L. Clark – see Erastus Clark.

B088 Edward Clark, died Jan. 16, 1864, aged 70 yrs. Sally, wife of Edward Clark, died Oct. 11, 1868, aged 78 yrs. Our Father and Mother.

H-39 (front) Clark. Erastus Clark, 1830-1902. His wife, Mary A. Lord, 1834-1920. (back) Moses Clark, 1800-1890. His wife, Sarah Hobbs, 1807-1878. 1861 Anson L. Clark 1926.

B-87 J. W. Clarke Co. A. I. Batt’n; Mass. H. A. (Union Defender marker.)

H-39 Mary A. Lord Clark – see Erastus Clark.

H-39 Moses Clark – see Erastus Clark.

D-23 Dr. Parker Clark – see Col. John Wainwright tomb.

B-88 Sally Clark – see Edward Clark.

B-7 Here lies Mr. Samuel Clark died September the 22nd, 1721, in the 52nd year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Samuel Clark. 1721.

H-39 Sarah Hobbs Clark – see Erastus Clark.

H-11 Caroline G. Clarke – see George A. Hodgedon.

A-68 In memory of Mrs. Juda, wife of Abraham Closs, who died Dec. 2d, 1820, aged 33. Also her infant child. The dawn of life, had just began, Before she measured out her span. (F.S.) J. C.

G-29 Dolly Varnum Coburn – see Rev. David Tenney Kimball.

G-29 Rachael Rebecca Coburn – see David Tenney Kimball.

F-31 (front) Aaron Cogswell, February 21, 1807-March 10, 1880. A sterling Christian citizen, a wise counselor, and a devoted teacher, his works do follow him. His wife, Hannah B. Stacey, October 29, 1799-May 14, 1890. (base) Cogswell. (left) John Howe Cogswell, June 24, 1837-May 28, 1911. His wife, Frances Abby, April 13, 1837-October 12, 1905. Their daughter, Lucy Kinsman, January 7, 1865-December 31, 1889. (M.M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell. (F.S.) L.K.C., F.A.C., J. H.C., Father-A.C., Mother-H.B.C.

D-1 Elizabeth Cogswell – see Elizabeth Cogswell Farley.

F-19 Lavinia Allen Cogswell – see Lavinia Allen Brown.

F-31 Lucy Kinsman Cogswell – see Aaron Cogswell.

H-71 Ernest M. Cole – see James Griffing.

H-71 Theresa J. Griffing Cole – see James Griffing.

H-92 Abbie Collins – see Daniel O. Collins.

H-92 Daniel O. Collins, 1808-1892. Sarah Lord, his wife, 1809-1884. Their children; Mary Collins, 1852-1919. Abbie Collins, 1843-1922. (base) Collins.

B-145 Lucy, wife of William Collins, died Feb. 6, 1891, aged 72 yrs. Absent but not forgotten.

H-92 Mary Collins-see Daniel O. Collins.

H-92 Sarah Lord Collins – see Daniel O. Collins.

B-146 William Collins died Oct. 14, 1870, aged 56 yrs. Friend after friend departs; who hath not lost a friend? There is no union here of hearts that finds not here an end.

G-134 Alvin T. Conant – see Daniel P. Pingree.

G-134 Jennie Conant – see Daniel P. Pingree.

E-243 Sarah Conant – see Sarah Conant Lummus.

E-49 (back) John W. Condon, 1839-1858. Gustavus Condon, 1850-1863. (left) Patrick Condon, 1805-1889. Elizabeth S. Condon, 1809-1882.

A-81 Peter Conners – see Falconer.

E-180 Fanny M. Cooper – see Fanny M. Cooper Goodhue.

H-52 Abel Courtney died July 27, 1876, aged 71 yrs, 11 mos. Dearest Husband and Father, thou has left us and our loss we deeply feel. But ’tis God that hath bereft us, he can all our sorrows heal.

H-51 Mary L, dau. of Abel and Elizabeth L. Courtney, died Sept. 22, 1851, AE. 5 yrs. This lovely bud so young and fair, called hence by early doom. Just came to show how sweet a flower in paradise should bloom. (F.S.) M.L.C.

G-82 Eunice Caldwell, wife of John Phelps Cowles, February 4, 1811- September 10, 1903. Principal Wheaton Seminary, 1835-1837. Associate Principal, Mr. Holyoke Seminary, 1837-1838. Principal Ipswich Seminary, 1844-1876. Her pupils, inspired to noble Christian lives by her rare intellect, her warm heart, and her intense devotion to God, and her memorial. Thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory. (F.S.) H. H. C. (Union Def. marker.)

G-80 (Front) Cowles. (right) Henry Augustine, son of John P. Cowles and Eunice C. Cowles, born Apr. 30, 1846, died July 14, 1864, for his country in the war of the rebellion. (left) John Caldwell, Feb. 26, 1871-July 29, 1835. Eunice Stanwood, his wife, May 28, 1788 – Feb. 1, 1865.

G-81 John Phelps Cowles, eminent scholar and teacher, born Colebrook, Ct., Jan. 21, 1805; Graduated Yale College 1826, Ordained Princeton, Mass. 1833; Appointed Prof. Hebrew Oberlin, Ohio, 1836. Called to Ipswich Seminary, 1844; Died March 11, 1890. He that overcometh, I will give to him to sit down with me in my throne, as I also overcame, and sat down with my Father in his throne. (M.M.) H. P. Smith and Co., Boston.

G-77 Mary Cowles – see Mary Hall.

G-79 Roxanna Caldwell Cowles, 1841-1921. Thrice welcome home beloved child, inherit endless day.

B-203 In memory of Charlotte A. Cram, who died Dec. 7, 1836; aged 27.

C-44 Here lies buried the body of Mr. Benjamin Crocker who departed this life, April 9th, 1767, in the 75th year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Benjamin Crocker, 1767.

C-21 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Crocker, wife of Dean John Crocker, who departed this life Jan. 12th, A.D. 1803, in the 73d year of her age. “With Christian fortitude she bore the trials of disease and death, and, when frail nature could no more, she patiently resigned her breath. She, being dead, yet speaks aloud to all “Prepare to die, whenever God shal call.” (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Crocker.

B-4 In memory of Miss Elizabeth Crocker, daughter of Dea. John Crocker who died March 17, 1817; aged 44 years. (F.S.) E. C.

C-36 Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Experience Crocker who departed this life Nov. 4th, 1759, in the 67th year of her age.

B-1 Erected to the memory of Dea. John Crocker, who departed this life April 21, 1806, in the 83 year of his age. Cheerful in death I close my eyes to part with every lust, and charge my flesh when it shall rise to leave them in the dust. (F.S.) Dea. J. C.

C-37 In memory of Mr. Joseph Crocker who died Jan. 21, 1813, aged 42 years. (F.S.) J. C.

C-38 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Mary Crocker, wife to Mr. Benjamin Crocker, who departed this life, October 25th, Anno Domni 1734, aged 51 years and 5 ds. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Crocker.

C-20 Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Mehitable Crocker, the wife of Mr. John Crocker, who departed this life July 9th, 1766, in the 39th year of her age.

C-169 Here lyes the body of Mr. Francis Crompton, decd. Dec. the 8th, 1730, in the 64th year of his age.

C-168 Here lyes the body of Mr. Francis Crumpton, aged 29 years, decd. February the 3d, 1732/3. (F.S.) F. C. 1732/3.

E-99 Benjn. Cross, died Sept. 5, 1819, aged 75 yrs. and 1 mo. Death steps as quick and yet no noise it makes, its hand unseen, and yet most sure it takes.

E-101 Erected in memory of Mr. David Cross, who died Dec. 10, 1845; aged 71. Why do we mourn departing friends, or shake at death’s alarms, ’tis but the voice which Jesus sends, to call them to his arms.

G-1 Dudley Cross died April 23, 1859, aged 79. Resurgam. (F.S.) D. C.

E-100 Here lies the body of Elizabeth Cross, the daughter of Mr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Pheb Cross, who died September the 18, 1754, in the 16 year of her age. (F.S.) The child of Mrs. Pheb. Cross.

E-98 Elizabeth, wife of Benj. Cross, died Sept. 14, 1820, aged 78 yrs. and 6 mos. When God commands, tho’ friends repine, your life like me, you must resign.

E-102 In memory of Elizabeth Cross who died June 26, 1847; aged 70. Why do we mourn departing friends, or shake at death’s alarms; ‘Tis but the voice of Jesus sends, to call them to his arms.

G-15 Hannah Cross died Feb. 27, 1864, aged 91. Resurgam.

G-17 Hannah Cross – see Nath’l Cross.

G-16 (front) Father, Mother. (back) John D. Cross, born Sept. 7, 1813; died Oct. 3, 1879. Lydia C., wife of John D. Cross, born July 18, 1813; died Apr. 29, 1887. (M.M.) H. P. S. & Co. Boston.

E-103 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Nathaniel Cross who died March 8, 1820, AEt. 71. How blest is our friend, bereft of all that could burden his mind; How happy the soul that has left these wearisome bodies behind. Yea, Blessed are the Dead that die in the Lord.

G-17 Nath’l Cross died March 8, 1820, aged 71. “He that followeth Justice and Mercy shall find life justice and glory. Hannah Cross died July 18, 1836, aged 87. “Her children rose up and called her blessed.” (F.S.) N. C., H. C.

G-14 Nathaniel Cross died Oct. 13, 1851, AE. 76 yrs. An honest man is the noblest work of God.

G-2 In memory of Mrs. Sally H. Cross, wife of Dudley Cross, who died Sept. 18, 1814, AE. 25 yrs. She was truly lovely. Erected to her memory by her only child J. D. Cross. (F.S. blank.)

C-120 Here lyes the body of Sarah Cross, dau. to Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Sarah Cross, decd. April 18th, 1736, in the 11th year of her age. (F.S.) Sarah Cross.

G-3 1st SGT. Peter Crowley, Co. G. I. Mass. H.A. (Union defender marker.)

H-96 Chas S. Cummings, Co. F. 36 Mass. Inf. Union Defender marker. N. B. He was the son of Thomas Clarkson Cummings and Elizabeth Chapman. He died at the age of 64 years, 3 months. *Elizabeth H. Cummings, widow of Charles Cummings, died March 15, 1898, aged 34 years, 9 months. *Lillian Cummings died July 3, 1890, aged 24 years. She was the daughter of Oliver and Ellen Prevost Cummings.

G-77 Mary Cummings – see Mary Hall. *Mary F. Cummings died March 2, 1901, aged 65 years, 2 months. She was the daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Foster Noyes, and the wife of Charles S. Cummings. *Nellie Cummings, daughter of Charles H. and Lizzie Paul Cummings, died in 1897, aged 1 year. *Wesley Kendall Cummings, son of Charles S. and Mary Noyes Cummings, died April 23, 1901, aged 33 years, 8 months.

H-46 (front) Curtis Damon, born Jan. 5, 1841, died June 15, 1891. Annie Kimball, wife of Curtis Damon, born Jan. 23, 1844, died July 19, 1900. (base) Damon. (right) Arthur C. Damon, 1869 -. His wife, Carrie E. Greenlaw, 1869 -. Their daughter, Grace Foster, 1897-1909. (F.S.) Grace F. Damon. Annie K. Damon. Curtis Damon.

G-197 Edwin Hilton Damon – see Stephen Baker.

G-197 Ellen C. Damon – see Stephen Baker.

G-197 James Damon – see Stephen Baker.

D-202 Elizabeth Damreal – see Elizabeth Smith.

C-78 Here lie the remains of Mrs. Mary Dana, consort of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Dana and eldest daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Staniford. She departed this life May the 14th, 1772. Aged 27 years and 4 months. Unblam’d through life, lamented in her end, a pleasant daughter, sister, wife, and friend. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Dana, 1772.

C-94 In memory of Mrs. Abigail Dane who died Sept. 3d, 1799, aged 82 years. Born Aug. 31, 1717. (F.S.) Mrs. Abigail Dane.

A-40 In memory of Martha, daughter of Jeremiah and Abigail Danforth who died Aug. 11, 1841, aged 5 months. (F.S.) M. D.

G-196 Bessie May. Dau. of E. C. and Emma M. Darling, died May 6, 1873, aged 6 dys. *Emma M. Darling died Dec. 20, 1903, aged 71 years, 2 months, 5 days. She was the widow of Edward Darling and daughter of Benjamin Fewkes and Elizabeth Smith.

G-220 E. C. Darling, Co. E. 16 Mass. Inf. (Union Defender marker.)

B-136 (left) David Davidson, Apr. 1, 1850 -. His wife, Sarah Goodhue, Dec. 24, 1848- June 25, 1931. (base) Davidson. (back) Franklin S. Davidson, Sept. 25, 1875 – Dec. 23, 1921. David, June 26, 1880-July 7, 1880. Samuel J. Jan. 5, 1889 – Mar. 25, 1889. (F.S.) Mother, Franklin.

D-147 Here lies Abigail Dauis, the wife of James Dauis and daughter of Joseph and Rebeckah Metcalf died January the 13th, 1720, in the 33rd year of her age. (F.S.) Abigail Dauis.

H-28 Alden Davis died July 26, 1873, AEt. 62 yrs. 8mos. We meet again.

Iaco Davis (This stone copied by A. H., no longer in the cemetery.)

H-30 Mother. Martha J. Davis, Mar. 10, 1854-Sept. 17, 1909.

H-29 (Front) Robie Safe in the arms of Jesus. (Back) Robert A, son of J. W. and M. J. Davis, died July 7, 1879, aged 3 yrs. 4 mos.

G-23 Erected to the memory of Benjamin Dawson, son of Frederick and Martha E. Dawson, who was drowned Dec. 13, 1853, AE. 13 ys.

G-26 Father. Mother. Benjamin Dawson died May 15, 1861, aged 78 yrs. Martha, his wife, died Sept. 16, 1871, AEt. 84 yrs. 6 mos.

G-21 Elizabeth, wife of William Dawson, died June 22, 1900, aged 83 yrs. Eternal rest grant to her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine on her.

G-7 Frances F, dau. of William and Elizabeth Dawson, died Nov. 9, 1854, AEt. 4 yrs, 6 mos. This lovely bud so young and fair, called hence by early doom; just came to show how sweet a flower in paradise would bloom.

G-22 Frederick Dawson died Nov. 19, 1887, AE 73 yrs., 11 mos.

G-10 (top) George Dawson, 1811-1883. Howard Dawson, 1861-1918. His wife, Sarah Elizabeth, 1829-1904. (front) Dawson. (Back) Abigail H. Sawyer, 1799-1882.

G-8 George W., son of William and Elizabeth Dawson, born Oct. 20, 1856, died Nov. 12, 1876. Our hopes, our prospects melt away, and life is all uncertainty. (M.M.) Baptista and Co. Boston.

G-10 Howard Dawson – see George Dawson.

G-28 Maria A., wife of John Dawson, died June 13, 1859, AE. 30 yrs, 7 mos. I leave the friends, but not alone for my spirit will linger near; Though I go above to that star-lit home, I’ll watch o’er the loved ones here.

G-26 Martha Dawson – see Benjamin Dawson.

G-27 Mary, daughter of Benj. and Martha Dawson, died Aug. 21, 1924, aged 96 years.

G-9 Mary Lizzie, daughter of William and Elizabeth Dawson, born Mar. 16, 1853, died Feb. 4, 1882. Asleep in Jesus. *Ruth Sawyer Dawson, Aug. 26, 1891. 8 mos, 14 days. She was the daughter of Howard and Ellen Levinia Curtis Dawson.

G-10 Sarah Elizabeth Dawson – see George Dawson.

G-20 William Dawson, died July 8, 1872, aged 53 yrs. We have loved thee on earth, may we meet thee in Heaven. (M.M.) G. F. Witherell, Lowell.

E-71 In memory of Mr. Aaron Day who departed this life Aug. 24th, 1790; In the 64th year of his age. Lord, we adore the vast designs, Th’ obscure abyss of providence! Too deep to sound with mortal lines too dark to view with feeble sense. (F.S.) Mr. Aaron Day.

E-23 Mrs. Elizabeth Day- see Mr. Nathaniel Day.

E-192 In memory of Mr. John Day who died June 16, 1842, aged 73.

E-23 In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Day who died Feb. 1st, A.D. 1740, in the 40th year of his age. In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Day, relict of Mr. Nathaniel Day, who died March 28th, A.D. 1772, in the 68th year of her age. “Unactive in the damp and gloomy Grave, beneath this stone, to worms a prey, we sleep,” Unconscious of the world, and all her woes. (F.S.) Mr. Nathaniel Day. Mrs. Elizabeth Day.

E-193 In memory of Mrs. Salome Day, relict of Mr. John Day, who died Dec. 26, 1845, aged 76.

E-72 In memory of Mrs. Sarah Day, wife of Mr. Aaron Day, the daughter of Capt. Frances Goodhue: who departed this Life July 25th, 1783, in the 51st year of her age. Behold and see as you pass by, as you are now so once was I; as I am now so must you be, prepare for death and follow me. (F.S.) Mrs. Sarah Day.

C-227 Here lyes the body of Doc. Philemon Deane who died Oct. the 18th, 1716, aged 70 years. O Lord, by sad and awful stroakes, of man’s mortality, O let us all be put in mind that we are born to dye. Graue saint behind that cannot find thy old loue night nor morn pray look aboue, for thare’s your loue, singing with the first-born. (F.S.) Doctor Philemon Deane.

B-143 Emma Delue – see Henry R. Smith.

D-190 Sacred to the memory of Miss Abigail Dennis who died Jan. 5, 1818, AEt. 51. (F.S.) A. D.

E-110 Eunice Dennis – see William Dennis.

F-6 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Grace Dennis (wife of Mr. Thomas Dennes) who died Oct. the 24, 1686. Aged 50 years. Reader consider and thy Redemer, secke for in this bed a friend of Christ doth sleep.

D-24 Here ly the body of Mrs. Lydia Dennis (wife of Mr. John Dennis) who died June the 10, 1712, and in the 40th year of her age. A tender mother, A prudent wife, At Gods command, resigned her life, and at her flight, let this word fall, submit my friends, now God doth call.

F-8 Here lys the body of Thomas, (son of Mr. Thomas and Grace, Dennis) who died January the 23, 1702/3 and in the 33 year of his age.

F-7 Here lyes buried the body of Thomas Dennis, aged about 68 years, departed this life May the 23d, 1706. (F.S.) T. D.

C-116 Thomas Dennis died Dec. 16, 1862, AEt. 68.

E-236 Here lys the body of William, son of Mr. John and Lydia Dennis, who died November the 11, 1711, aged 14 months and eleven days.

E-110 William Dennis died Jan. 8, 1808, aged 33. Eunice Dennis, his wife, died Dec. 14, 1865, aged 88. (F.S.) W. D., E. D.

D-191 Sacred to the memory of Mr. William Dennis who died Aug. 23, 1819, AEt. 77. (F.S.) W. D.

C-124 Domus Grata. Here lyes the Worshipful Major-General Daniel Denison who Deceased Sept. 20, 1682, in the 70th year of his age. (Coat of Arms) (Union Defender marker.) (Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century marker.)

C-103 Elizabeth Dennison – see Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers.

C-128 Domus Grata. Huic Tumulo mandatur quod erat mortale D. Johannis Denison Armigeri Tribuni Militum Vicarii et de Comitatu Effexiae Vice-comitis. Illustrissimi Danielis Denison Armig. Militaris quondam Praefecti Provincialis et non minus Illustris Richardi Saltonstal Armig. Gubernatori olim a Confiliis (Quorum utroque gaudabat Nov-Anglia Patre ac Patrono semper memorando) pronepotis non Indigni Quippe qui in Collegio Harvardino Liberaliter educates Judicii acumine Singulari dotatus Jurisprudentiam non Vulgarem adeptus AEquanimitate haud acquiparanda praeditus Moribus Socialibus et Christianis Pollens Reipublicae Ornamento fuit Et Fulcimento Dumque viveret bonis omnibus Non imerito dilectus. Et cum Animam efflaret 25 Novbr. 1724, aet. 35. Non mediocrite defletus. Famam reliquit Unguento optimo meliorem. (Coat of Arms.) (N.B. This stone, being much defaced by atmospheric action, was recut recently, and the phrase “et non minus” now reads “et non domus.”)

Translation: Here rests the mortal part of Lieutenant Col. Mr. John Denison, Esquire, Sheriff of Essex County; great-grandson of the most illustrious Daniel Denison, Esq., late Major General in the Province; and also of the not less illustrious Richard Saltenstall, Esq., formerly one of the Governor’s Council, (in each of whom, as in a father and champion ever to be remembered, New England used to delight,) a descendant not unworthy of his ancestry; having been liberally educated at Harvard College, endowed with extraordinary acuteness of judgment, remarkably skilled in jurisprudence, gifted with unequalled steadiness of mind, mighty by his social and Christian character, an ornament and pillar to the state; while he lived, deservedly beloved by all good men, and at his death, Nov. 25th, 1724, in the 35th year of his age, lamented in no common degree. He left a memory more precious than the most fragrant ointment.

C-129 Domus Grata. In memory of John Denison, A. M., only son of Col. John Denison: Grandson to a minster of the same name; and a descendent of the renouned Major-General Daniel Denison. An aimable young man and worthy of his ancestors. His genius, learning and engaging manners, spoke him the future joy and ornament of his native town; But Heaven meant otherwise. He died in his 25th year on the 25th of Aug. 1747. “He cometh forth like a flower and is cut down; He fleeth also as a shadown and continueth not.” (Coat of Arms.) (F.S.) John Denison A. M.

C-35 Here lyes the remains of Mr. John Denison, who departed this life May the 5, 1761, in the 70th year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. John Dennison.

C-47 Here lyes the remains of Mrs. Rebecca Denison, the Dearly Beloved, faithful and obedient Wife of Mr. John Denison, who departed this life May the 4th, 1752, in the 52d year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Rebecca Denison.

B-164 Darius Dickinson died Aug. 16, 1849, AE. 72. My children dear as you pass by, on my cold grave pray cast an eye; as I am now soon you must be, prepare for death and follow me. (F.S.) D. D. *John Dickenson died July 28, 1889, aged 84 years, 5 months. He was the son of Darius and Mary Dickenson.

B-166 Mary Dickinson died Nov. 17, 1860, aged 59 yrs. 3 mos. Peaceful be thy silent slumber. (F.S.) M. D. (M.M.) Davis, N’port.

B-165 Mary, widow of Darius Dickinson, died Feb. 12, 1850, AE. 66. My days are past my hours are fled, and I am numbered with the dead. Go home my friends dry up your tears, I must lie here till Christ appears. (F.S.) M. D. (Front) Father. Beloved – Lamented (back) N. Augustus Dickinson, August 24, 1820-April 3, 1888. (Union defender marker) (N.B. This stone has disappeared. It was copied by T.F.W.) *Nathaniel A. Dickinson died April 3, 1888, aged 67 years, 8 months. He was the son of William and Lydia Foster Dickinson. *Susan D. Dickenson died April 9, 1911, aged 87 years, 4 months. She was the widow of Nathaniel A. Dickenson.

B-104 In memory of J. J. Dieudonne, who died Jan. 5, 1847, aged 29 years.

G-74 Amos Dixson died Oct. 3, 1870, Aet. 67 yrs. 9 mos. Yet again we hope to meet thee, when the day of life is fled then in Heaven, with joy to greet thee where no farewell tear is shed. (F.S.) A. D.

G-73 Mary, wife of Amos Dixson, died Nov. 18, 1875, aged 69 yrs, and 10 mos. We loved thee on earth, may we meet thee in heaven. (F.S.) M. D.

E-26 In memory of Mrs. Abigail Dodge, wife of Capt. Abraham Dodge, who departed this life Nov. 18th, 1781, in the 40th year of her age. An angel’s arm can’t snatch me from the grace, legions of angels can’t confine me there. (F.S.) Mrs. Abigail Dodge.

G-208 Abigail K, wife of Ezekiel Dodge, died Apr. 20, 1869, Aet. 78 yrs, 5 mos. Oh, let our sorrows cease to flow, God has recalled his own; And let our hearts in every woe, still say, “thy will be done.”

G-207 Albert Dodge – see Joseph H. Dodge.

G-36 Ann Phillips Dodge – see Hannah S. Dodge.

F-31 Caroline E. Dodge – see John Perkins.

G-210 Carrie L. Dodge – see Georgie Harris Dodge.

E-231 (front) Our Parents. Home, Rest, and Heaven. (back) Passed away in Christ. Charles Dodge. Aug. 1833, Aet. 40 yrs. Eliza Grow, his wife, April 21, 1872, Aet. 73 yrs. Edward Paul, their son, Mar. 1841, Aet. 20 yrs.

E-230 Charles Dodge – see Ezekial Dodge.

D-75 (front) Dodge. Charles H. Dodge, 1850-1911. His wife, Ida Eureka Butler, 1852-1923. Martha A. Dodge, 1872-. (back) Leonard Dodge, 1818-1896. His wife, Mary E. Holdon, 1824-1879. Leonard, 1845-1908. Lydia Mary, 1846-1931. Margery L. Dodge, 1899-1903. (F.S.) Husband. Wife. Mother. Father. M.L.D.

E-230 Charlotte Dodge – see Ezekial Dodge.

E-231 Edward Paul Dodge – see Charles Dodge.

E-231 Eliza Grow Dodge – see Charles Dodge.

D-204 Elizabeth Dodge – see Col. Isaac Dodge.

B-160 Elizabeth Dodge – see Elizabeth Dodge Lord.

E-173 Elizabeth Dodge – see Elizabeth Treadwell.

E-14 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Ellen Dodge, the virtuous consort of Capt. Thomas Dodge and dau. of William Story Esq., who died March the 9th, 1767, in the 25th year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Ellen Dodge.

E-229 – In memory of Mr. Ezekiel Dodge who departed this life October 4th, 1775, in the 39th year of his age

Companion kind and tender Parent dear

Belov’d and mourn’d lies buried here

His soul for earth too Excellent, too high

Flew to its Peers above the sky

E-230 – Ezekiel Dodge – died July 17, 1826, AEt. 61

Mary, relict of Ezekiel Dodge – died Nov. 21, 1833, AEt. 73

Also their sons and daughters:

John Howard – died Dec. 16, 1818, AEt. 31

Charles – died Aug. 25, 1833, AEt. 40

Ezekiel – died Aug. 20, 1840, AEt. 50

Charlotte – died Aug. 31, 1845, AEt. 48

Mary – died Sep. 26, 1848, AEt. 62

E-201 -(front) MOTHER

Georgie Harris Dodge, May 15, 1841 – March 25, 1916

(back) Children:

1868 – Henry S. – 1872

1871 – Sylvester R. – 1875

1875 – Carrie L. – 1876

1869 – Olive H. – 1880

E12 – Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Hannah Dodge, second amiable consort of Capt. Thomas Dodge and 2nd daughter of Mr. Daniel Staniford; she departed this life Jan. 29th, 1773; In the 27th year of her age.

Unblam’d through life lamented in her end,

A Pleasant daughter, sister, wife, and friend.

(F. S.) Mrs. Hannah Dodge

G-36 -Hannah S., wife of Manning Dodge – died Nov. 23, 1850, AEt. 54

Manning – died Oct. 9, 1835, AEt. 3 y’rs.

Ann Phillips – died Oct. 3, 1838, AEt. 10 yr’s.

Children of Manning and Hannah S. Dodge

G-201 -Henry S. Dodge – see Georgie Harris Dodge

D-75 -Ida Eureka Dodge – see Charles H. Dodge

D-204 -Erected to the memory of Col. Isaac Dodge, who was born March 9th, 1733 – died June 27th, 1785, in the 53rd year of his age

And Mrs. Elizabeth, his wife, who was born March 10th, 1730 – and died Sept. 22nd, 1785, in the 56th year of her age

His mind was open, ardent, and enterprising; He was a kind husband, a tender indulgent father. In his house he was liberal and hospitable: Faithful to his trust, upright in his intentions, in his operations active, persevering and extensive: By which he afforded Employment and subsistence to the industrious and the indigent; contributed to the benefit of the publick, and merited the Character of a useful and valuable member of society. –

His wife was moral, thoughtful, and sofar as her slender health would permit, attentive to the benefit and happiness of her Family. Deeply affected by the death of her husband, and the increasing infirmities of her feeble constitution, she languish’d and, three months after him, expir’d.
Short was their separation; soon rejoin’d In the dark grave, to native dust consigned, They sleep, till death his human prey restore, And earth and skies and time shalt be no more.

E-230 -John Howard Dodge – see Ezekiel Dodge

G-207 -Joseph H. Dodge, December 13, 1812 – April 27, 1860

Albert Dodge, May 4, 1810 – September 5, 1854
Interment at New York
Sons of Ezekial and Abigail K. Dodge

D-75 -Leonard Dodge – see Charles H. Dodge

D-134 -Mrs. Lydia Dodge – died May 31, 1856, Aged 69
I am the resurrection and the life

(F. S.) L.D.

G-37 -Lydia Ann Dodge, daughter of Manning and Hannah S. Dodge, May 9, 1839 – April 29, 1907

(M. M.) H. P. Smith & Co., Boston

G-62 -Lydia M. Choate Dodge – see Charles Choate

G-35 -Manning Dodge – died Oct. 19, 1879, AEt. 78 yrs. 7 mo. and 2 dys.

G-36 -Manning Dodge – see Hannah S. Dodge

G-75 -Margery L. Dodge – see Charles H. Dodge

E-48 -Mary Dodge – see Ebenezer Burham

D-75 -Margery L. Dodge – see Charles H. Dodge

E-230 -Mary Dodge – see Ezekial Dodge

– – -Mary Lynde Dodge – see Mary Lynde S. Brown

E-17 -In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Dodge, A. M., son of Col. Isaac Dodge, who died Jan. 7th, 1792, aged 35 years

(F. S.) Nathaniel Dodge

G-210 – Olive H. Dodge – see Georgie Harris Dodge

G-162 -Priscilla Dodge – see Priscilla Treadwell

E-21 -In memory of Mrs. Rebecca Dodge, who departed this life Oct. 15th, 1794, in the 85th year of her age
She was a kind wife and tender mother.
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.

(F. S.) S.D.

D-160 -Rebecca Dodge – see Mrs. Rebecca Burham

E-15 -Sarah Dodge – Mrs. Sarah Dutch

D-108 -In memory of Miss Sarah Dodge, who died March 25, 1849, Aged 86

(F. S.) S.D.

G-205 -Sarah F. Dodge – see Nehemiah Haskell

G-201 -Sylvester R. Dodge – see Georgie Harris Dodge

E-22 -In memory of Mr. William Dodge, merchant, who died April 11th, A. D. 1777, in the 72nd year of his age. He was a kind Husband and a tender Father

(F. S.) Mr. William Dodge

– – -Mary I. Dolan – died May 15, 1898, aged 2 years
She was the daughter of James and Annie Tibbetts Dolan

H-61 -(front) Edward Dole – died May 30, 1908, aged 72 yrs. 11 mo’s.

Elizabeth E., wife of Edward Dole, died Feb. 17, 1877, aged 43 yr’s, 3 mo’s.

(base) DOLE

(right) Ella L, daughter of Edward and Elizabeth E. Dole, died Dec. 7, 1875, aged 19 yrs. 5 mo’s.

Hallett, only son, Dec. 12, 1857 –

(back) Mary A. – died Dec. 31, 1878, aged 19 years, 2 mo’s.

Ada J., wife of George B. Brown, died 19 years, 2 mo’s.

Daughters of Edward and Elizabeth E. Dole

(F. S.) ELLA MARY ADA MOTHER FATHER

D-170 -Susan Dole – see Susan Dole Jewett

B-85 -In memory of Mrs. Harriet Dorr, wife of Mr. John Dorr, who died Mar. 20, 1846, AEt. 24

H-78 -Albert F., son of David F. and Mary P. Dow, died Oct. 7, 1851, AEt. 10 mos.

H-76 -(front) Sacred to the memory of David Francis Dow, 1820 – 1891

His wife, Mary P. Annable, 1820 – 1881

Children – Albert F. 1851 – Irving 1855 – Grace A. 1863 – 1866

Erected by their sons, Arthur W. and Dana F. Dow

(base) DOW

(back) 1787 – David Dow – 1843

His wife

1790 – Eunice Martin – 1878

Lydia Annable 1811 – 1887

Mary B. wife of David F. Dow 1835 – 1891

(F. S.) M.B.D. FATHER MOTHER E.M.D. D.D. AUNT LYDIA

H-77 -Gracie Annable – died Sept. 3, 1866, aged 3 yrs. 5 mos.

Irving – died May 19, 1855, aged 5 weeks

Children of David F. and Mary P. Dow

We miss them at home and the memory of their names is very Precious

D-178 -Here lies the body of Mr. Jeremiah Dow who died June the 5th, 1723, in the 66th years of his age (F. S. broken in pieces)

G-150 -Matilda Rust Downes – see William Wallis Rust

G-173 -(top) MOTHER FATHER

(front) Annie L. Downing, 1859 – 1926

Benj. D. Downing, 1842 – 1921

(base) DOWNING

(Union Defender marker)

D-72 -Ella Frances, dau. of Josiah and Elizabeth Dudley, died June 16, 1853, AEt. 4 m’s. 11 d’s.

Fond parents calm your troubled hearts,

O, let your tears be dry;

Though faded now this lovely flower,

She lives beyond the sky.

(F. S.) E.F.D.

(M. M.) F. and Co., Lawrence

G-112 -Anna Wilson Dunnels – see John Manning Dunnels

G-112 -Carrie Manning Dunnels – see John Manning Dunnels

B-149 -Caroline Manning Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

D-106 -Eliza Dunnels – see Eliza Dunnels Pulsifer

B-120 -Elizabeth A., wife of John H. Dunnels, died Feb. 5, 1844, AEt. 35 yr’s.

B-149 -Elisabeth Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

B-151 -George W. – died Apr. 8, 1846, AEt. 15 y’rs.

Ezra P. – died June 14, 1836, AEt. 2 y’s. and 8 m’s.

Children of Amos and Lucy Dunnels

B-121 -Harriet M., dau’t of John H. and Elizabeth Dunnels, died Dec. 6, 1843, AEt. 6 mo’s.

George W., son of John H. and Mary Dunnels, died Aug. 14, 1847, AEt. 6 weeks

SISTERS

B-149 -Henry Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

B-149 -(front) John H. Dunnels – died July 9, 1866, AEt. 56 ys. 4 ms.

Elizabeth Ann his wife – died Feb. 5, 1844, AEt. 35 ys. 4 ms.

Mary Lord, his 2nd wife – died May 2, 1877, AEt. 66 ys, 2 ms.

Mary E. Willcomb – died June 9, 1861, AEt. 29 ys. 5 ms. 14 days

(base) DUNNELS

(right) Henry F. Dunnels, 1835 – 1924

U. S. N., 1861 – 1865

Martha A. Dunnels, 1833 – 1906

Lucy S. Wood, 1840 – 1890

(back) Samuel Dunnels – died Jan. 2, 1840, AEt. 3 mos.

Harriett M. Dunnels – died Dec. 6, 1843, AEt. 6 mos.

George W. Dunnels – died Aug. 14, 1847, AEt. 6 wks.

Caroline A. Dunnels – died Oct. 10, 1849, AEt. 11 mos.

(left) Our Parents

Nath’l Lord was drowned Nov. 14, 1832, AEt. 47 yrs.

Elizabeth W., his wife – died Sept. 7, 1872, AEt. 91 yrs. 3 mos.

Nathaniel Lord, 1818 – 1884

(M. M.) Winter & Smith, Lowell

(F. S.) MOTHER BROTHERS FATHER SISTERS

(G.A. R. marker)

G-112 -CO. K, 2nd Mass. Vol.

John Manning Dunnels – 1838

His wife, Mary Ringe Lord – 1841

William Palfrey Walden – 1863

Carrie Manning Dunnels – 1867

Hilda Louise Walden – 1893

James Edward Richardson – 1868

Anna Wilson Dunnels – 1871

Edward Manning Richardson – 1898

Paul Dunnels Richardson – 1907

(F. S.) J.M.D. Aug. 19, 1912

(G. A. R. marker)

B-149 -Martha A. Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

G-112 -Mary Ringe Lord Dunnels – see John Manning Dunnels

B-149 -Mary Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

B-120 -Samuel Dunnels – see Elizabeth A. Dunnels

B-149 -Samuel Dunnels – see John H. Dunnels

G-159 -(top) DURGIN

(front) Winthrop H. Durgin, 1823 – 1894

Sarah E., his wife, 1835 – 1925

1857 – Sarah Lizzie – 1858

1864 – Albert S. – 1886

Lost at sea

1861 – William F. – 1932

D-91 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Abigail Dutch, widow (of Mr. Samuel) Dutch, who died Nouemr. the 14, 1713, Aged 65

C-85 -Mr. Benjamin Dutch – see Mrs. Sarah Dutch

E-16 -In memory of Daniel Dutch Junr. son of Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Sarah Dutch, who died May 12th, 1791, aged 14 months and 5 days

E-95 -Daniel Dutch – died Oct. 14, 1851, AEt. 86 y’rs.

E-149 -Lucy, wife of Daniel Dutch, died June 27, 1847, AEt. 81

E-96 -Mary, dau. of Daniel Dutch, died July 17, 1865, AEt. 64

C-85 -In memory of Mrs. Sarah Dutch, wife of Mr. Benj. Dutch, who departed this life July 21st, 1748, Aged 68 years

In memory of Mr. Benjamin Dutch who departed this life Nov. 13th, 1760; Aged 80 years

(F. S.) Mr. Benj. Dutch

Mrs. Sarah Dutch

E-15 -Erected in memory of Mrs. Sarah Dutch, wife of Mr. Daniel Dutch, and daughter of Col. Isaac Dodge, who died Feb. 7, 1808, AEt. 42

C-84 -Steven, the son of Mr. Benjamin Dutch, who died October __ 1721 (?)

(F. S.) Steven Dutch

(N. B.) Stone defaced

D-177 -Here lyes the body of John Edwards – Dec’d. April the 15th, 1723, in the 64th year of his age

(F.S. broken)

C-102 -Marie Anne Rogers, wife of Martin Ehrlacher, died Sept. 10, 1868. Aged 78 yrs.

“Time is winging us away

To our eternal home;

Life is but a winters day,

A journey to the tomb.”

H-4 -Amanda Ellis – see Daniel A. Hodgkins

G-213 -Mabelle I. Reed, wife of Alfred H. Ellsworth, Feb. 4, 1871 – Nov. 20, 1900

G-212 -(front) EDDIE SUSIE

They are little graves, – but O, how dear!

For world-wide hopes are buried here;

Our darlings now have passed the heavenly gate,

And there for us these loved ones fondly wait.

(back) Susie T., born June 15, 1874 – died Apr. 26, 1881

Edward K., born May 26, 1871- died Apr. 5, 1881

Children of Capt. Thomas F. and Harriet Ellsworth

D-35 -Here lyes interred the body of John, son to John and Mary Emerson, minister of the Gospel at Portsmouth, aged about 2 months who expired Jan. the 7th, 1713/14

Psalm the 90, vr’s. the 6th, In the morning it flourisheth and groweth up in the evening it is cut down and withereth

D-64 -Here lyes what was mortall of Mrs. Lydia Emerson (widdow to Mr. Nathaniel Emerson) who died August the 13th, 1716, Aged 76 years

D-42 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Nathanael Emerson who died Decemr. the 29, 1712. Aged 83

Coat of Arms

(F. S.) Mr. Nathanael Emerson

B-90 -Fred W. Emerton, Feb. 22, 1853 – Oct. 5, 1931

His wife, Lucy M. Grant, Aug. 1, 1854 – Nov. 19, 1833

EMERTON

(M. M.) Roessler & Sons, Stoneham, Mass.

E-77 -In memory of Daniel Emmons, and his wife Sarah Hodgkins, also their son Daniel

“Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.”

Erected by their daughter, Sarah E. Burnham

(F. S. blank)

E-78 -Capt. Nathaniel P. Emmons – died Feb. 27, 1880, Aged 75 yrs.

“Therefore be ye also ready; for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.”

Dear Brother we miss thee

(F. S.) N.P.E

C-75 -Here lyes buried the body of Capt. Daniel Epes Esquire, who died January the 8th, 1692, Aged aboute 70 years

C-74 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Epes (wife of Capt. Daniel Epes Esqr.) who died May the 7th, 1685, Aged about 61 years

(F. S.) E.E.

H-87 -Abbie M. Hovey, wife of Charles Estes, born March 18, 1821 – died July 12, 1884

Death has brought me home

B-135 – (front) James H. Estes, 1831 – 1874

Eliza A. Estes, 1831 – 1895

(base) ESTES

(right) James Estes, 1806 – 1873

Experience Estes, 1801 – 1872

(left) Charles A. Estes, 1864 – 1899

Sara K. Estes, 1858 – 1929

C-233 -Here lyeth buried the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Eueleth (wife of Mr. Edward Eueleth) who died March the 11th, 1712/13. Aged 32 years

(F. S.) E.E.

(M. M.) 18s.

F-18 -Emeline C. Eveleth – see Sara Glasiar

A-81 -The Brig Falconer was wrecked on Ipswich Beach December 17, 1847. Seventeen of the passengers and crew were lost

Twelve lie buried here in one common grave

Thomas Shaw and his wife

Julia Laskin

Edward Fling

James Casson

Thomas Warren

Thomas Grady

Margaret Hennesy

Peter Conners

George Hayes

John Summers

Isaac Jones

– – -James A. Fall – died Aug. 16, 1902, aged 24 years, 10 months, and 10 days

– – -Lizzie Fall – died Aug. 6, 1887, aged 59 years. She was the daughter of Obediah and Rebecca Stafford of Marblehead

B-163 -Caroline Farley – see Joseph Lord

C-211 -In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Farley, consort to the late Gen. Farley, who died July 6th, 1795, AEt. 69

Daughter of Robert Choate

My Children and friends when these you See remember me

(F. S.) Mrs. E. Farley

C-215 -To the memory of Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Mr. Michael Farley, who died Mar. 27, 1857, AEt. 87 y’s, 6 m’s, and 17 d’s

“Jesus said unto her: I am the resurrection and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.”

D-1 -Elizabeth Cogswell, daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Farley, died Aug. 22, 1866, Aged 63

(F. S.) E.C.F.

G-38 -Emeline Farley – see Deacon Nathl. Farley

D-2 -Eunice, daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Farley, died March 29, 1873, Aged 76

(F. S.) E. F.

C-192 -Sacred to the memory of Jabez Farley Esq. who died April 5, 1836, aged 81

In his family, in the community in which he dwelt, he was respected and beloved. He served his country as an Officer in the army of the Revolution; and her interests were always near his heart

(F. S.) J.F.

A-78 -(front) Joseph K. Farley, July 7, 1806 – May 16, 1847

Mary S. Kimball, his wife, May 23, 1808 – March 16, 1901

Infant son, 1842

(base) FARLEY

(right) Thomas Kimball, 1761 – 1852

Sarah Staniford, his wife, 1768 – 1851

(left) John Staniford, 1780 – 1851

Abigail Staniford, 1776 – 1848

C-193 -Here sleeps with an infant daughter, Mrs. Lucy Farley, the amiable consort of Mr. Jabez Farley, and daughter of the late Rev. Nathanael Rogers, who departed this life July 24th, A. D. 1788, AEt. 29

As vernal storms both tree and fruit destroy,

So death thee, Lucy, and they budding Joy:

Farwel! – for thee each feeling heart shall mourn,

And oft to mind thy friendly soul returne.

(F. S.) Mrs. Lucy Farley

G-187 -Lucy Mary Farley, born July 12, 1797 – died Jan. 11, 1872

G-38 -Lucy R. Farley – see Deacon Nath’l. Farley

D-15 -Here lyeth buried the body of Mrs. Mary Farley, wife of Mr. Michael Farley, who dyed the 21 of October 1712, Aged 38 years

As you are

Soe ware we

As we are

You shall be

C-157 -Mrs. Mary Anne, wife of John E. W. Farley, died April 9, 1840, Aged 25

Sleep – Mary; in thy grave repose

Thy race of life is run –

Thy rest is what the Lord bestows,

And let his will be done.

A little longer I am spared,

And we again shall meet:

May I, like you, be well prepared,

And sit at Jesus feet.

(F. S.) M.A.F.

C-1 -Mary M. Farley – see Manning Tomb

A-78 -Mary S. Kimball Farley – see Joseph K. Farley

C-212 -Erected to the memory of the Hon’bl Michael Farley Esq’r; Major General of the Militia and Sheriff of the County of Essex; Who died June 20th, 1789, AEt. 70

With a mind open, honest and generous With a heart alive to humanity and compassion. He serv’d, for many years, in various stations, private, publick and honourable, his friends, his neighbours and his Country with such integrity, zeal and diligence, as merited an extensive approbation and render’d his death justly regretted.

Here mix’d with earth his ashes must remain,

Till death shall die, and mortals rise again.

(F. S.) Michael Farley Esq’r

C-216 -To the memory of Mr. Michael Farley who died July 13, 1839, aged 78 years, 8 months, and 21 days

“The Lord knoweth the days of the upright; and their inheritance shall be forever”

(F. S.) M.F.

G-38 -(front) Dea. Nath’l. R. Farley, Sept. 2 1814 – May 22, 1897

His wife, Emeline Caldwell, Sept 17, 1826 – June 28, 1905

(base) FARLEY

(right) Nath’l. R. Farley Jr., May 7, 1858 – Jan. 31, 1876

Emeline C. Farley, Oct. 13, 1850 – Aug. 19, 1907

Lucy R. Farley, Nov. 14, 1852 – March 23, 1916

Children of Nath’l. Rogers Farley, 1784 – 1857

and Sarah P. Farley, 1787 – 1869

(F. S.) E.C.F., S.F., L.R.F., N.R.F, Jr., L.R.F., N.R.F, S.P.F., E.C.F., N.R.F.

C-194 -Sacred to the memory of Susanna S. Farley, widow of the late Jabez Farley Esq. and daughter of the late Major Joseph Swasey, departed this life Aug. 8, 1846, Aged 76

Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours: and their works do follow them

(F. S.) S.S.F.

D-12 -Tace Anne S. Farley – died Dec. 24, 1831, AEt. 24

“Sorrow not even as others which have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him”

(F. S.) T.A.S.F.

E-105 -Jacob, son of Jacob M. and Hannah L. Farnum – died Nov. 13, 1822, AEt. 1 yr. 5 mos.

H-26 -Andrew P. Felton, 1822 – 1891

His wife, Lucy S. 1843 –

(G. A. R. marker)

H-25 -Lydia Ann, wife of Andrew P. Felton – died Feb. 24, 1859, aged 26 yrs, 5 mos.

(F. S.) L.A.F.

(Also small stone on lot) OUR BABIES, children of A. P. and L. S. Felton

G-195 -Benjamin Fewkes, born in England, Apr. 13, 1788 – died Dec. 27, 1869, aged 81 yrs.

His virtues dignified his humble birth,

And let his mind above the things of earth

– – – Benjamin F. Fewkes – died April 17, 1915, aged 63 years, 1 month, 12 days

He was the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Wilkins Fewkes

– – -Edwin W. Fewkes – died March 14, 1908, aged 39 years

He was the son of Edwin and Elizabeth M. Wilkins Fewkes

– – -Elizabeth M. Fewkes – died March 12, 1907, aged 78 years, 6 months

She was the daughter of Alexander Wilkins and Jannett McLachin

– – -Emma M. Fewkes – see Emma M. Darling

– – -Hazel Fewkes – died July 2, 1897, aged 7 days

She was the daughter of Edwin and Nettie S. Foss Fewkes

B-190 -(right) Henry J. Fewkes, 1849 – 1890

His wife, Hannah J., 1851 – 1930

(base) FEWKES

– – -Lillian Appleton Fewkes – died Aug. 25, 1907, aged 3 yrs, 3 mos

She was the daughter of Edwin W. and Nettie S. Foss Fewkes

– – -Sarah E. Fewkes – died Mary 7, 1885, aged 55 years, 8 months

G-143 -Charles W. Fish – died Sept. 30, 1865, aged 33 yrs

Rest in peace

(Union Defender marker)

G-142 -Sarah E. Fish – died Jan. 23, 1895, AEt. 64 yrs

B-153 -Abby Fisher – see Abby Fisher Andrews

D-192 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Abraham Fits who died August the 18, 1714, Aged 59 years

(F. S.) Mr. Abraham Fits

D-165 -In memory of Miss Sarah Fitz, obt. Dec. 1, 1828, Aged 71

Oh, death! thou’rt gain to her now.

For Christ was her life when below.

(F. S.) S.F.

A-81 -Edward Fling – see Falconer

G-133 -Almira Flint – see James Caldwell. See also G-131 – Col. Luther Caldwell

B-144 -(front) Clara and George

Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep,

From which none ever wake to weep

(back) Clara M. born June 3, 1860 – died Feb. 27, 1862

George B. M. born Apr. 3, 1862 – died Nov. 5, 1862

Children of Jonathan T. and Margaret Foss

G-165 -(front) Mary Foss, 1801 – 1877

Samuel F. Foss, 1844 – 1901

(base) FOSS

(right) Thomas Wildes, 1802 – 1871

His wife, Eunice Wildes, 1803 – 1894

Lucy Wildes, 1829 – 1904

(base) WILDES

(left) John C. Foss, 1845 – 1907

CO. G, 23rd Mass. Vol. Inf.

His wife, Mary F. Foss, 1844 – 1928

(F. S.) FATHER MOTHER M.F. S.F.F. L.W. E.W. T.W.

(G. A. R. marker)

A-29 -Here lies Mr. Abraham Foster – died December the 25th, 1720, aged 53 years

(F. S.) Mr. Abraham Foster, 1720

H-32 -Edward M. Foster – died Mar. 23, 1922

His wife, Mary E. Foster – died May 9, 1897

(base) FOSTER

B-129 -Eliza Foster – see Eliza Foster Plouff

G-47 -Harriet N. Potter Foster – see Samuel P. Foster

D-17 -Here lyes Dac’n. Iacob Foster who died Iuly the 9th, 1710, in the 75 year of His Age

(F. S.) Jacob Fon.

E-67 -Here lyes the body of Mr. James Foster, who died April 30th, 1751, Aged 68 years and 6 months

D-47 -Here Lies Buried Mary, the Wife of Iacob Foster

Who died April the 12, 1709, AGED 37 years

H-32 -Mary E. Foster – see Edward M. Foster

B-128 -Sally Foster – see Sally Foster Pingree

G-47 -Samuel P. Foster, 1836 – 1906

CO. K, 2nd Reg., Mass. Vol. Infantry

Harriet N. Potter, his wife, 1850 – 1928

(base) FOSTER

(G. A. R. marker)

G-46 -Eben E. Fowler – see John J. Fowler

(front) John J. Fowler, 1839 – 1919

His wife, Mercy A. Fowler, 1842 – 1895

Mary B., 1870 – 1893

(base) FOWLER

(right) Nellie A., 1865 – 1868

John J., 1874 – 1874

(left) Eben E. Fowler, 1841 – 1886

CO. I, 23rd Reg. Mass. Vol.

(G. A. R. marker)

– Mabel C. Fowler – died April 14, 1903, aged 19 years, 1 month

She was the adopted daughter of Joseph and Abbie H. Fowler

G-46 -Mary B. Fowler – see John J. Fowler

G-46 -Mercy A. Fowler – see John J. Fowler

G-46 -Nellie A. Fowler – see John J. Fowler

E-13 -Here lyes intarred what was mortall of Mr. Philip Fowler who died November the 16th, 1715, aged 67, wanting 39 days

C-152 -Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Levi Frisbie who was for thirty years Pastor of the First Church and Congregation in Ipswich

Ingenious, Learned, Eloquent, He able inculcated the precepts of Christianity: Humble, Pious, and Benevolent, He successfully exhibited its amiableness in his life. His gentleness of Disposition, And purity of Morals Inspired Esteem, Reverence, and Affection. In the hight of usefulness, And matured in Virtue, He died Feb. 25, A. D. 1806, Aged 58

(F. S.) L. Frisbie

C-196Erected in memory of Miss Mary Frisbie, the only child of the Rev. Levi Frisbie by Mrs. Zerviah, his late wife, who died April 6th, 1794, Aged 16 years and 11 Mo’s

Ah precious flower! was it the frown

Of Heaven, that cut thee early down?

Or did the hand of severeign love

Raise thee to bloom in Paradise above?

C-150 -Erected in memory of Mrs. Mehetabel Frisbie, relict of the late Rev. Levi Frisbie and daughter of the late Rev. Moses Hale of Newbury. She died April 6, 1828, Aged 77 years

She was distinguished by a sacred regard for the principles and duties of Christianity. Humility, resignation, fortitude, Integrity, Discretion, Industry, and maternal affection were conspicuous traits in her character. To the sick and afflicted she was eminent in affording consolation.

(F. S.) M.F.

C-197 -Erected to the memory of Miss Mehetabel Frisbie, daughter of the late Rev. Levi Frisbie and Mehetabel, his wife, who died May 15, A. D. 1822, Aged 30 years and 6 months

Stop, gentle reader, haste not heedless by,

Let drops of sorrow fill thy pitying eye,

But wisely weep; thy days so swiftly flee,

Soon mourning friends shall pour sad tears for thee.

(F. S.) M.F.

C-198 -Erected to the memory of Miss Sarah Frisbie, daughter of the late Rev. Levi Frisbie and Mehetabel his wife, who died July 23, A. D. 1827, Aged 45 years and 8 months

Children of dust, who read with pensive eye

This lettered Stone, where mortal relics lie;

Think as you sigh, because they live no more,

Soon you shall drop, and be what you deplore.

(F. S.) S.F.

C-195 -Memento Mori

Erected to the memory of Mrs. Zerviah Frisbie, the amiable and virtuous consort, of the Rev’d. Levi Frisbie, who departed this life on the 21st day of Aug’t. A. D. 1778. Aged 31 years and 5 Mon’s

Prudent and meek she pass’d thro’ various woes,

Belov’d by friends, uncensur’d by her foes;

Yet worth like this, could not avail to save

One faour’d mortal from an early Grave;

Chear’d with fresh hopes life’s future bliss to gain,

She drop’d, – and told us all this world is vain.

Peruse ye happy pairs this speaking stone,

And think her fate ere long may be your own.

(F.S.) Mrs. Zerviah Frisbie

B-193 -Charlotte Fuller – see Charlotte F. Burnham.

H-88 -Elizabeth Fuller – see Elizabeth Fuller Hovey.

B-197 -Hannah, wife of Nathaniel Fuller – died Jan. 17, 1861, AEt. 98 ys., 3 ms.

And I give unto them eternal life

E-191 -Hannah Fuller – see James Fuller

E-191 -James Fuller – died Sept. 5, 1842, AEt. 84

Hannah, his wife – died Jan. 6, 1847, AEt. 79

(F. S.) J.F.

H-90 -Lucy Fuller, born Dec. 25, 1792 – died Aug. 12, 1864

Erected by her nephew, Geo. L. Hovey

B-196 -Nathaniel Fuller – died Dec. 30, 1842, AEt. 82

A Revolutionary Soldier

Kind husband now beneath the sod,

Thy form to earth is given;

And when God calleth me away,

May I meet thee in Heaven.

Also his son Capt. Nathaniel Fuller died at sea June 1825, AEt. 34

“Tis sweet to believe of the absent we loved,

If we miss them below, we shall meet them above.”

(S. A. R. marker)

H-89 -Sarah Fuller – see Sarah Fuller Wyatt

B-49 -Susan L. Fuller – see Daniel N. Spiller

E-81 -Elizabeth Gage – died June 8, 1839, AEt. 65

(F. S.) E.G.

A-7 -Elizabeth Gage – see Mrs. Elizabeth G. Lord

E-64 -In memory of Mrs. Abigail Galloway who died Nov. 12, 1806; AEt. 69

Not death, nor hell, my hope shall move

While such a friend is nigh.

(M. M) 2:11, $5

(F. S.) A.G.

E-63 -In memory of Miss Lydia Gallaway who departed this life Novr. 6, 1802, AEt. 27

In the cold mansion of the silent tomb,

How still the solitude! how deep the gloom!

Here sleeps the dust in conscience close confin’d

But far far distant dwells th’ immortal mind

(F. S.) Miss Lydia Gallaway

G-67 -Maria Gardner – see John K. Chapman

C-170 -Here Lyeth Buried the Body of Mrs. Anne Gedney the wife of Co’ll’r. Bartholomew Gedney, Aged 56 years, departed this Life October the 15, 1697

(F. S.) Mrs. Anne Gedney

C-80 -Here lyes the body of Mr. James Gerald, son of Mr. James Gerald of Springfield, who dec’d. December the 21st, 1727, in the 34th year of his age

B-204 -Nethaniel Gerrish, Jan. 17, 1822 – Sept. 6, 1907

Harriet A. Poor, his wife, May 2, 1821 – Mar. 19, 1869

Weep not we are not dead, but sleeping here, in peaceful rest

G-55 -Mary J. Getchell – see Aldred Newton

B-2 -Here lyes the body of David Giddinge, son of Dea. Solomon Giddinge, who died Jan. 7th, 1771, in the 24 year of his age

(F. S.) David Giddinge (behind headstone of Samuel Clark)

C-16 -Benj’n. Glasier – died March 5, 1835, AEt. 72 y’rs.

Deborah, his wife – died Nov. 18, 1843, AEt. 72 y’rs.

(F. S.) B.G. D.G.

C-17 -Elizabeth E., wife of Benjamin Glasier, died Sept. 2, 1847, Aged 27

Also an infant son died Sept. 10, 1847; Aged 3 weeks

(F. S.) E.E.G.

– – -John Joseph Glasier – died Jan. 26, 1902, aged 75 years, 5 months

He was the son of Daniel Glasier and Sally Russell

G-120 -Mary Glasier – see Aaron Rutherford

– – -Mary Eva Glazier, daughter of Charles and Mary Eva Mallard Glazier, died Sept. 22, 1891, aged 12 years, 1 month

G-101 -Richard R. Glasier, Sept. 11, 1859 – Oct. 17, 1929

His wife Lizzie Stone, Nov. 25, 1854 – Apr. 12, 1934

C-232 -Here lyes the body of Sarah Glasiar, the daughter of Mr. Joseph and Mary Eueleth and the wife of Mr. Stephen Glasiar who died March the 19th, 1716, in the 24 year of her age.

(F. S.) Mrs. Sarah Glasiar

– – -Sarah Glasier – died Feb. 26, 1903, aged 70 years, 2 months

She was the widow of John Joseph Glasier, and the daughter of Ashur Blake

– – -Here lyes the body of Stephen Glasiar, the son of Mr. Stephen and Sarah Glasiar, who died March the 23, 1716, Aged 10 dayes

(N. B. This stone has disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

E-188 -In memory of Aaron Goodhue who died Sept. 20, 1847; Aged 86

Also his wife, Mary Goodhue, who died March 10, 1848; Aged 84

(F. S.) A.G. M.G

E-183 -Aaron, son of Aaron and Fanny M. Goodhue, born Aug. 9, 1846; died Oct. 28, 1855

(F. S.) A.G.

E-181 -Aaron Goodhue – died June 10, 1868, AEt. 74 yrs. 2 mos.

E-182 -Abner Goodhue, born Dec. 29, 1849 – died Oct. 29, 1883

D-13 -Here lies the body of Dauid Goodheu, son of Will’m. and Mary Goodheu, died Sept. the 1st, 1713, Aged 10 years

E-185 -David Goodhue – see Mr. Joseph Goodhue

H-62 -MOTHER Dolly E. Goodhue, born Sept. 30, 1854 – died Dec. 6, 1891

FATHER Ephraim Goodhue, born Nov. 24, 1854 – died Mar. 22, 1894

Their son, William, born June 25, 1875 – died June 28, 1875

(base) GOODHUE

C-18 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Dorithy Goodhue, the wife of Mr. Joseph Goodhue Iunier, who died March the 7th, 1725, Aged about 28 years.

(F. S.) Mrs. Dorithy Goodhue

B-136 -Ella M. Goodhue – see Samuel J. Goodhue

H-62 -Ephraim Goodhue – see Dolly E. Goodhue

E-180 -Fanny M. Cooper, wife of Aaron Goodhue, died Feb. 5, 1899, AEt. 89 yrs, 1 mo, 25 dys

(F. S.) A.G.

B-208 -Hannah, dau. of Nathaniel and Mary Goodhue died ____ AEt. 40 y’rs. 7 mo’s. and 5 d’s.

(N. B. Stone badly repaired; line effaced)

E-185 -Here li the body’s, viz,

Mr. Joseph Goodhue, who died Decm’r. the 12, 1759, in the 59th year of his age

Mrs. Mary Goodhue, the Wife of the Above Dec’s. who died Decm’r. the 11th, 1759, in the 59th year of her age

David Goodhue, son of the Above Deceast, who died Dec’r. the 3rd, 1759, in the 23rd year of his age

(F. S.) Mr. Joseph Goodhue Mrs. Mary Goodhue David Goodhue

E-186 -In memory of Mr. Joseph Goodhue who died May 10, 1800, aged 69
Pass on, my friend, dry up your tears,I must lie here, till Christ appears, Death is a debt to nature due;I’ve paid the debt, and so must you

(F. S.) Mr. Joseph Goodhue

E-184 -In memory of Mr. Judah Goodhue who died June 11, 1808; in the 76 year of his age
My feet shall travel all the lengthOf the celestial road,And march with courage in thy strengthTo see my father GodWith heav’nly weapons I have foughtThe battles of the Lord,Finish’d my course and kept the faith,And wait the sure reward

(F. S.) Mr. J. G.

H-63 -(front) MOTHER FATHER AT REST

(back) Manasseh C. Goodhue born Dec. 7, 1821 – died Apr. 4, 1876

Mary, wife of Manasseh C. Goodhue, born Oct. 26, 1826, died May 10, 1887

(Union Defender marker)

(M. M.) H.P.S. & Co. Boston

E-188 -Mary Goodhue – see Aaron Goodhue

H-63 -Mary Goodhue – see Manasseh C. Goodhue

E-185 -Mary Goodhue – see Mr. Joseph Goodhue

B-43 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Mary Goodhue, the wife of Mr. William Goodhue, who died Septemb’r. the 4th, 1729; in the 63 year of her age

B-210 -Mary, wife of Nathaniel Goodhue, died May 10, 1860, AEt. 61 y’rs, 6 mo’s, and 15 d’s

– Mary Goodhue – died May 3, 1887, aged 60 years, 7 months
She was the daughter of John and Ann Mubsy Goodhue

H-64 -Mary P. Goodhue, born Feb. 1, 1824 – died Oct. 14, 1887

At rest

(M. M.) H.P.S. & Co. Boston

B-209 -Nathaniel Goodhue – died Oct. 23, 1875, AEt. 78 yrs. 10 mos.

E-187 -In memory of Mrs. Rachel Goodhue who died April 3, 1812, in the 67 year of her age
The rising morning cant assureThat we shall end the day,For death stands ready at the door,To seize our lives away

(F. S.) R.G.

B-136 -Samuel J. Goodhue, Nov. 10, 1852 – Jan. 19, 1912

His wife Ella M., June 4, 1847 – Mar. 31, 1924

(base) GOODHUE

(F. S.) Little Emma

E-72 -Sarah Goodhue – see Mrs. Sarah Day

B-136 -Sarah Goodhue – see David Davidson

D-103 -Here lies the body of Mr. William Goodhue who died July the 10th, 1722, Aged about 56 years

(F. S.) Mr. William Goodhue

H-62 -William Goodhue – see Dolly E. Goodhue

A-57 -Lucy A. Haskell, Wife of Sylvester Goodwin, born Apr. 13, 1814 – died Apr. 9, 1900
“Her children arise up and call her blessed”

A-58 -(front) Sylvester Goodwin born Apr. 5, 1814 – died Oct. 28, 1886

(back) Children:
George S. born Nov. 29, 1840 – died Apr. 16, 1846
William J. born Sept. 19, 1842 – died Nov. 2, 1886
(Union Defender marker)

D-125 -Here lies the body of Mr. Richard Goss who died January the 24, 1714/15; Aged 52 years
For this departed soul and all the restThat Christ hath purchased thay shall be blest

E-82 -In memory of Abigail Gould, wife of Mager Gould who died Jan. 20, 1797, AEt. 63
“Be followers of them who through faith and patience inherit the promises.”

(F. S.) A.G. 1797

A-48 -In memory of Amos Gould born Dec. 26, 1776 – died June 2, 1850

(F. S.) A.G.

A-46 -Asabel Huntington – died June 16, 1825, Aged 12 years

Charlotte Amelia – died Oct. 30, 1821, Aged 13 months

Children of Mr. Amos Gould

(F. S.) A. H.G.

E-79 -In memory of Capt. Daniel Gould who died May 8, 1811, AEt. 42
He was a man of integrity, enterprise, and industry, and much beloved by his acquaintance

(F. S.) Capt. Daniel Gould

G-120 -Lucy A. Gould – see Aaron A. Rutherford

A-64 -Mrs. Lydia, wife of Thomas Gould – died Sept. 8, 1852, Aged 62
Why should we mourn, why shed a tear,That all her toils are o’er?Her spirit rests where angels dwell,Where death is known no more

(F. S.) L.G.

E-80 -In memory of Mager Gould who died April 30, 1809, AEt. 82
“What man, is there, who liveth, that shall not see death.”
“Who can save himself from going down to the grave, the house appointed for all the living?”

(F. S.) M.G. 1809

– – -Margaret Ann Gould died Oct. 26, 1898, aged 70 years, 10 months
She was the widow of Thomas Gould and the daughter of Ruth W. Hall

A-47 -In memory of Mary Gould, born Nov. 14, 1780 – died July 6, 1825

(F. S.) M.G.

A-49 -In memory of Nellie Hood, wife of Amos Gould, born in Topsfield Apr. 13, 1789 – died in Wenham Oct. 26, 1877

(M. M.) Baptista and Co., Boston

H-44 -Rebecca Gould – see Rebecca Kimball

A-63 -Thomas Gould – died Nov. 1, 1864, Aged 74 yrs.

(F. S.) T.G.

A-81 -Thomas Grady – see Falconer

B-89 -Benjamin F. Grand – died Sept. 14, 1872, Aged 43 years

Hanora, his wife – died Apr. 3, 1865, Aged 32 years

James F. – died Dec. 30, 1859, aged 2 yrs.

Benjamin F. Jr. – died July 12, 1860, Aged 2 ms, 18 ds

Charles A. – died Mar. 25, 1864, Aged 1 year

Sons of Benjamin F. and Hanora Grant

“Rest in peace”

B-89 -Charles A. Grant – see Benjamin F. Grant

B-89 -Hanora Grant – see Benjamin F. Grant

B-91 -James F. son of Banjamin F. and Hannora Grant, died Dec. 30, 1859, aged 2 y’rs., 13 d’ys.

Beautiful and lovely

He were but given

Fair bud on earth

To blossom in heaven

(F. S.) J.F.G.

B-90 -Lucy M. Grant – see Fred W. Emerton

G-34 -Hannah S. Graves – see William H. Graves

E-204 -Moses Graves – died Oct. 22, 1886, AEt. 82

AT REST

(M. M.) H. P. S. & Co.

E-203 -Salley, wife of Moses Graves – died May 20, 1863, AEt. 58

“Precious in the eyes of the Lord in the death of his saints”

(M. M.) Grennell, Lynn

(S. A. R. marker) [Sic.]

E-205 -Sarah A. Graves, wife of Moses Graves, died June 17, 1890, AEt. 67

G-34 -HUSBAND

William H. Graves, October 30, 1821 – March 5, 1890

WIFE

Hannah S. Graves, February 22, 1820 – November 17, 1882

G-33 -William H., Son of William H. and Hannah S. Graves, died Sept. 24, 1853, AEt. 7 mos.

G-214 -GREASLEY

Thomas Greasley, 1827 – 1875

Lucy A., his wife, 1835 – 1918

1874 – Etta D. – 1917

1870 – William D. – 1925

H-46 -Carrie E. Greenlaw – see Curtis Damon

H-71 -(front) James Griffing, born in England, Jan. 23, 1827 – Nov. 17, 1906

His wife, Mary Hannah Wallis, April 15, 1821 – April 1, 1901

At Rest

(base) GRIFFING

(left) Clarence Allen Hatch, May 1, 1850 – Oct. 24, 1920

His wife, Hannah Wallis Griffing, Dec. 23, 1861 –

(back) Ernest M. Cole, Feb. 15, 1854 –

His wife, Theresa J. Griffing, Oct. 24, 1851 –

(right) Mary Adaline Griffing, Wife of Arthur H. Nichols, Aug. 28, 1853 – Dec. 27, 1926

Arthur H. Nichols, Apr. 15, 1849 – Mar. 31, 1933

(F. S.) MOTHER FATHER CLARENCE ADDIE ARTHUR

E-231 -Eliza Grow – see Charles Dodge

A-37 -Elizabeth Grow – see John and Sarah Haraden Caldwell

H-37 -George N. Gwinn, Oct. 1939 – Dec. 25, 1911

His wife, Mary Brockelbank, July 18, 1843 – Oct. 5, 1911

G-200 -Sarah W. Hadley, daughter of John H. and Aroline F. Smith, died Mar. 28, 1896, aged 39 years, 11 months

E-48 -Hannah Hale – see Ebenezer Burham

C-150 -Mehetabel Hale – see Mehetabel Frisbie

G-76 -(front) Adino Brackett Hall, M. D., born at Northfield, N. H., Oct. 17, 1819, died in Boston, Apr. 21, 1880

And when he had served his generation, by the will of God he fell on sleep

(back) Practised Medicine in Kingston and Natick, Mass., 1846 – 1852. In Boston, from Oct. 7, 1854 to April 16, 1880
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these brethren, ye have done it unto me

H-1 -Alice G. Hall – see Eliza C. Hall

H-3 -Edward C. Hall, May 31, 1849 – Nov. 13, 1911

Joanna C. Hall, Nov. 19, 1849 – May 10, 1928

H-1 -Eliza C., wife of William Hall – died Feb. 3, 1866, AEt. 46 yrs. 1 mo.

Alice G. their daughter – died Feb. 21, 1866, AEt. 5 yrs. 2 mos.

(F. S. blank)

H-3 -Joanna C. Hall – see Edward C. Hall

Margaret Ann Hall – see Margaret Ann Gould

G-77 -Mary, wife of Dr. A. B. Hall

(N. B. She married John Cummings after the death of Dr. Hall, and was originally Mary Cowles)

G-223 -Mary E. Hall – see Stephen Jewett

H-2 -William Hall – died Apr. 20, 1891, AEt. 78 yrs.

B-107 -Mary E., daughter of Osborne and Mary P. Ham, died July 27, 1853, AEt. 13 mo’s.

(F. S.) M.E.H.

B-106 -Mary P. wife of Osborne Ham – died Aug. 23, 1853, AEt. 28

The lovely and the beautiful

How soon they fade away;

The hearts we love and cherish most,

First hasten to decay.

B-158 -Here rests what was mortal of Abraham Hammatt who was born in Plymouth of Pilgrim lineage, on the 26th of March, A. D. 1781, and who died in Ipswich August 9th, A. D. 1854, being 73 years of age.
He set life above wealth and having early earned the means of temperate living gave himself to liberal studies. A lover and a scholar in every part of nature; he thereby drew so near to God as to trust him entirely. Wise, gentle and single-hearted, he lived cheerfully, and accepted death without misgiving.

(F. S.) A.H.

B-159 -In memory of Lucy R. F. Hammat, wife of Abraham Hammat, born June 8, 1789 – died March 14, 1876, Aged 87 years

F-12 -Elizabeth Hammond – see Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball

H-95 -Nancy Hancock – see Nancy Hancock Kelley

E-108 -Harriet Harding – see Caroline G. Harris

G-168 -Alice C. Hardy – see Alice C. Hill

G-102 -Caroline A. Hardy – see Otis C. Hardy

G-102 -(front) Otis C. Hardy, 1846 – 1927

His wife, Caroline A. Hardy, 1845 – 1922

(base) HARDY

(right) William Lakeman, 1806 – 1889

His wife, Lydia Woodbury, 1811-1891

(base) LAKEMAN

(back) Children

Nathaniel W., 1835 – 1869

Sarah, 1833 – 1857

Emma J., 1849 – 1858

(Union Defender marker)

Warren H. Hardy – died Sept. 26, 1892, aged 24 years, 7 months, 28 days
He was the son of Warren D. Hardy and Albertine Walton

B-123 -Adaline – died Aug. 4, 1854, AEt. 3 y’s, 8 m’s

Susan M. – died Sept. 18, 1863, AEt. 9 m’s
Children of Thomas and Lucy M. Harris
Happy children now at rest

E-128 -Alice Potter Harris – see Joanna Potter Harris

D-148 -Angie B. Harris – see John D. Harris

Angie B. Harris, wife of John Harris and daughter of James Brown and Judith Herrin, died April 5, 1892, aged 51 years, 8 months

H-54 -Anna Florence Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

Anne L. Harris – died June 3, 1910, aged 68 years, 13 days
She was the wife of Stephen Harris

G-93a -Barbara T. Harris – see Fred B. Harris

Bessie Bell Harris – died Aug. 19, 1897

She was the daughter of Arthur B. and Bessie Bell Harris

G-99 -Caroline B. Harris – see Caroline B. Harris Weber

E-108 -Sacred to the memory of Miss Carolina G. Harris, only daughter of the late Capt. John H. and Mrs. Hannah Harris, who died Feb. 19, 1845, AEt. 39
Receive, O Earth, her faded formIn thy cold bosom let it lie;Safe let it rest from every storm -Soon must it rise no more to die

Also, Capt. John Holmes Harris who was lost at sea, on his passage from Savannah to Boston on the morning of the 23rd of Mar., 1830, AEt. 58

Also, Mrs. Harriet H. Harris, wife of Mr. John H. Harris, and daughter of Mr. Jesse Harding of Haverhill, Mass., who died at Boston Feb. 3, 1845, AEt. 38
She has left this vain world of sorrow and care,The joys of the blest in bright regions to share;She’s gone to that heaven where grief cannot come,And the angels of God have welcomed her home.

(F. S.) C.G.H. J.H.H. H.H.H.

(N. B. This stone no longer existent, copied by T.F.W. A new stone, duplicating it, but without the poetry or Mrs. Harriet Harris, has been set up in its place.)

E-106 -Charles Harris – see Rebecca Harris

G-110 -(front) Daniel R. Harris, Nov. 23, 1821 – Oct. 31, 1904

His wife, Margaret E., April 18, 1826 – Sept. 16, 1857

His wife, Susan N., Mar. 19 – 1814 – Mar. 8, 1892

(base) HARRIS

(right) Henry P. Sutton, Mar. 4, 1843 – Jan. 7, 1916

William Newman, Jan. 15, 1808 – May 7, 1885

(left) Children

Rogers, Apr. 14, 1853 – Oct. 25, 1873

Sarah E., Oct. 23, 1847 – Nov. 10, 1879

Margaret A., July 28, 1850 – May 23, 1901

(F. S.) William, Rogers, Sarah E., Margaret A., Henry P., Margaret E., Susan N., Daniel R.

H-54 -(front) Ebenezer Harris, born Oct. 1, 1803 – died Dec. 27, 1885, aged 82 years, 3 months

His wife, Joanna Harris, born May 23, 1798 – died June 26, 1878

(base) HARRIS

(right) Ebenezer, born Feb. 25, 1828 – died July 22, 1829

Ebenezer, born Aug. 17, 1832 – died Sept. 8, 1835

Lucy Sarah, born Dec. 22, 1829 – Sept. 16, 1875

Children of Ebenezer and Joanna Harris

(back) Anna Florence Harris, born Apr. 4, 1875 – died Oct. 22, 1875

Robert C. Harris, born Sept. 19, 1885 – died Apr. 12, 1904

(left) George Harris, born June 8, 1835 – died Dec. 31, 1912

His wife, Susan Todd, born Mar. 20, 1850 – died Sept. 25, 1920

(Union Defender marker)

(M. M.) Smith and Ferguson, Boston

E-127 -Sacred to the memory of Mr. Edward Harris, who died Sept. 18, 1849, AEt. 64 y’s
Erected by his son John Harris Jr.

(F. S.) E.H.

C-139 -Elizabeth Staniford Harris – see Nathaniel Harris

B-8 -Elizabeth S., daughter of Ephraim B. and Lucy Harris, died April 18, 1839, Aged 16 yrs.

(F. S.) E. S.H.

G-97 -MOTHER FATHER

Emily A. Harris, Nov. 27, 1829 – May 28, 1919

Moses Harris, Aug. 1, 1823 – Feb. 17, 1905

(base) HARRIS

B-9 -Ephraim B. Harris – died Dec. 31, 1870, AEt. 77 yrs.

Lucy, his wife – died Oct. 17, 1870, AEt. 77 yrs.

(F. S.) E.B.H.

(M. M.) Witherell and Co., Lowell

G-98 -Frank Harris, Sgt. U. S. Army, Retired (30 years service) 1863 – 1923
(Spanish War Veteran and American Legion markers)

G-98a -Fred B. Harris, 1864 –

His wife, Barbara E. Thompson, 1875 – 1934

H-54 -George Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

E-107 – Hannah, wife of Capt. John H. Harris, died Jan. 28, 1852, Aged 71 years
We raise this monumental stoneBeside a faithful mother’s grave;She taught us sin and death to shun,And fly to Him whose power can save.

(F. S.) H.H.

E-108 -Harriet H. Harris – see Caroline G. Harris

G-93 -Henry F., son of Moses and Emily A. Harris, died Aug.24, 1870, AEt. 20 yrs. 7 mos.
Gone but not forgotten

G-209a -Henry Sutton, son of Josiah L. and Georgie B. Harris, died March 2, 1872, Aged 3 yrs. 5 mos. and 2 dys.

Isaac T. Harris – died April 14, 1897, aged 82 years, 2 months
He was the son of Edward and Sarah Potter Harris

C-53 -In memory of Mr. James Harris, son of Mr. James and Mrs. Susanna Harris, who died May 19th, 1790, in the 20th year of his age
So active once; the dust is now thy bed,There, mortal thou must soon recline thy head;And sleep till He who holds deaths massy keyShall ope the grave, and let his prisoners free

(F. S.) Mr. James Harris

D-151 -James H. Harris, son of Nathaniel and Sarah W. Harris, died Sept. 30, 1866, Aged 18 years

(G. A. R. marker)

D-148 -James Harris – see John D. Harris

H-54 -Joanna Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

E-128 -Joanna Potter, wife of Edward Harris, born Dec. 28, 1787 – died Feb. 26, 1869

Alice Potter, born Feb. 24, 1808 – died Nov. 4, 1864

(F. S.) J.P. H.

A-15 -Here lieth the body of Mr. John Harris, under sheriff, who died Sept. the 15, 1714, in the 64th yeare of his age.

(F. S.) Mr. John Harris

D-148 -(front) John D. Harris, 1846 – 1920

Angie B., wife of John D. Harris, 1840 – 1893

1843 – Sarah E. Harris – 1918

1844 – Lorinda Harris – 1926

(base) HARRIS

(left) Sarah W. Haskell, 1784 – 1878

(right) Willard Harris, 1856 –

Mary E., his wife, 1858 – 1916

(back) Nathaniel Harris, 1814 – 1893

Sarah W., his wife, 1821 – 1864

Their children:

James, 1846 – 1846

Lydia P., 1850 – 1850

James H., 1848 – 1866

(F. S.) L.H. S.E.H. A.B.H. J.D.H.

E-108 -Capt. John Holmes Harris – see Caroline G. Harris

E-106 – John S. Harris – see Rebecca Harris

G-209 -Josiah L. Harris, born 1845, Jan. 14 – died 1875, June 4

B-148 -Levina Harris, 1838 – 1926

D-148 -Lorinda Harris, see John D. Harris

E-132 -Lucy Harris, daughter of Col. Nathaniel Harris, died May 16, 1872, Aged 65 yrs., 6 mos.
“Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord”

(F. S.) L.H.

B-9 -Lucy Harris – see Ephraim Harris

– – – Lucy M., wife of Thomas Harris, died Jan. 4, 1853, AEt. 33 yrs, 5 m’s
Gone but not forgotten

(N. B. This stone has disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

B-122 -Lucy M. Harris – see Thomas Harris

H-54 -Lucy Sarah Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

E-130 -Lydia, wife of Col. Nathaniel Harris, died April 20, 1849, AEt. 77 y’rs.

(F. S. blank)

D-148 -Lydia P. Harris – see John D. Harris

G-110 -Margaret Harris – see Daniel R. Harris

G-94 -Martha, Dau. of Moses and Emily A. Harris, died Dec. 19, 1862, AEt. 3 y’rs, 9 mo’s.
Heaven retaineth now our treasure,Earth, the lovely casket keeps;And the sunbeams love to lingerWhere our darling child now sleeps

G-96 -Martha, Dau. of Moses and Emily A. Harris, died Nov. 26, 1874, AEt. 3 yrs, 2 ms.
Gem of our hearth, ourhousehold pride,Could love have saved, thouhadst not died.

G-95 -Martha E., Dau. of Moses and Emily A. Harris, died Aug. 24, 1869. AEt. 1 yr, 8 ms, 19 ds.
Farewell, dearest thou has left usAngels claimed thee as their own;We will meet thee and will greet theeWhen lifes weary day is flown

B-132 -Martha S. Harris – see Edward Plouff Jr.

E-109 -In memory of Mary Ann, wife of Mr. John H. Harris, died Aug. 26, 1847, aged 26 y’rs.
I am at rest, weep not for me,From sin and death I now am free,Transplanted to my home above,I bloom where all is peace and love

(F. S.) M.A.H.

H-36 -Mary Harris – see Jeremiah Brockelbank

E-131 -Mary E. Harris, daughter of Col. Nathaniel and Lydia Harris, died Aug. 20, 1856 Aged 47 years

“He giveth His Beloved Sleep”

(F. S.) M.E. H.

D-148 -Mary E. Harris – see John D. Harris

G-97 -Moses Harris – see Emily A. Harris

E-129 -Col. Nathaniel Harris – died Jan. 22, 1854, AEt. 77 y’rs

(F. S. blank)

C-139 -Nathaniel Harris, born Sept. 22, 1777 – died Dec. 13, 1831, Aged 54

Elizabeth Staniford, his wife, born March 13, 1782 – died Jan. 18, 1873, Aged 91 years, and 10 months

(F. S.) N.H. E.S.H.

D-148 -Nathaniel Harris – see John D. Harris

D-149 -Nathaniel Harris – died Oct. 9, 1893, aged 78 yrs, 10 mos.

E-106 -Rebecca, wife of John Harris Jr., died Feb. 24, 1858, AEt. 46 y’s, 2 m’s

Also their children:

John S. – died Oct. 26, 1840 AEt. 3 1/2 y’s

Charles – died Dec. 11, 1844, AEt. 7 y’s
Beloved wife and mother dearWe feel thy loss and miss thee hereAnd hope thy prayers will answer beThat we in Heaven may share with thee.Thou hast all seasons for thine own, Oh death.

(F. S.) R.H.

C-115 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Remember Harris, wife to Mr. Job Harris, dec’d. April the 1st, 1735, in the 33 year of her age

H-54 -Robert C. Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

G-110 -Rogers Harris – see Daniel R. Harris

E-126 -Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah, wife of Mr. Edward Harris, who died Nov. 2, 1838, Aged 49
She was a discreet wife, and affectionate mother, a faithful friend, and a pious and cheerful Christian.She sleeps in Jesus and is blessedAlso, Thomas, their son, died March 1815, Aged 2 years

(F. S.) S.H.

D-148 -Sarah Harris – see John D. Harris

D-150 -MOTHER

Sarah W. Haskell, wife of Nathaniel Harris, died July 10, 1864, Aged 43 yrs. and 7 mos.
“A noble life! But written notIn any Book of Fame,Among the list of noted onesNone ever saw her Name.For only her own household knewThe virtues she had won,And only they could testifyHow well he work was done.”

(F. S.) S.W.H.

G-110 -Sarah E. Harris – see Daniel R. Harris

B-123 -Susan M. Harris – see Adaline Harris

– – -Susan N. Harris died March 8,1 892, Aged 78 years

She was the widow of Daniel Harris and the daughter of William Newman and Hannah Haskell

B-147 -Susan, wife of Aaron Harris, died Mar. 17, 1844, AEt. 31 yrs.
Hosannah to Jesus on high!Another has enter’d his rest;Another has ‘scap’d to the sky,And lodg’d in Immanuel’s breast;The soul of our sister is gone,To heighten the triumph above;Exaulted to Jesus’ throne,And clasp’d in the arms of his love.

G-110 -Susan N. Harris – see Daniel R. Harris

B-122 -Susan Harris – see Thomas Harris

H-54 -Susan Todd Harris – see Ebenezer Harris

B-122 -Thomas Harris, 1815 – 1890

His wives; Lucy M., 1819 – 1858

Susan, 1830 – 1908

D-148 -Willard Harris – see John D. Harris

D-133 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Abigail Hart, the wife of Mr. Natha’nl Hart, the 3rd, who died August the 17th, 1736, in the 31 year of her age, with fower of her children, uiz, Henry, Abigail, Lydia, and William

(F. S.) Abigail Hart

A-23 -Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Alice Hart (wife to Mr. Thomas Hart), who died June the 8, 1682. Aged about 70 years

D-188 -Here lies Mrs. Elizabeth Hart, the wife of Mr. Georg Hart, died June the 13th, 1722, in the 46th year of her age

A-18 -Hear lies the body of Gorge Hart, son of Capt. Samuel Hart of Portsmouth, who died August the 19th, 1728, in the 19th year of his age

(F. S.) George Hart

C-55 -Hear lies the body of Mrs. Martha Hart, wife of Mr. Georg Hart, died August the 17th, 1723, in the 52 year of her age

(F. S.) Mrs. Martha Hart, 1723

A-19 -Hear lies Mrs. Mary Hart, the wife of Lef’t. Thomas Hart, who died Nouember the 28th, 1689, in the 47th year of her age

(F. S.) Mrs. Mary Hart

A-22 -Here lyes the body of Samuel Hart. dec’d. August the 30th, 1725, in the 80th year of his age

A-21 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Sarah Hart, wife to Mr. Samuel Hart, dec’d. May the 1st, 1727, in the 81 year of her age

A-45 -In memory of Miss Sarah Hart, daughter of Mr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Sarah Hart, who died January 17, 1805, AEt. 65
Here my friends I bid A due,I’ve paid the debt and so must you

(F. S.) Miss Sarah Hart

A-25 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Thomas Hart, who died March the 8th, 1673/4, aged about 67 years

D-159 -Here lies Leftenant Thomas Hart died December the 31, 1717, in the 77 year of his age

(F. S.) Leftenant Thomas Hart

A-20 -Hear lies the body of William Hart, son of Lef’t. Nathanael Hart, who died February the 15, 1732/3, Aged 20 years and 6 months

(F. S.) Mr. William Hart

G-183 -Abigail L. Haskell – see William Haskell

B-180 -Capt. Charles Haskell, 1839 – 1909

A soldier of the Civil War

Hannah Bradstreet, youngest daughter of John and Annis Shatswell, wife of Capt. Charles Haskell, 1840 – 1903
A beloved wife, devoted sister, and sincere friend

(base) HASKELL

(G. A. R. marker)

B-36 -(top) MOTHER FATHER

Daniel Haskell Jr. died Jan. 11, 1866, aged 56 yrs, 6 ms, 3 ds

Edward – died Aug. 25, 1848, age 2 ys, 3 ds

Hannah Jewett, wife of Daniel Haskell, died June 21, 1900, age 87 ys, 2 ms, 7 ds

Hannah J., wife of Charles W. Bamford, died Feb. 14, 1878, age 29 ys, 7 ms, 27 ds

(base) HASKELL

C-33 -Daniel Haskell born Dec. 8, 1778 – died July 30, 1872

(F. S.) D.H.

B-36 -Edward Haskell – see Daniel Haskell Jr.

C-30 -In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Haskell, wife of Lieut. Mark Haskell, who died Sept. 12, 1796, AEt. 55
Happy the day that bursts our mortal chain,
Calls us from exile to our father’s throne,
And readmits us, thro’ the guardian band
Of waiting Angels to the heavenly rest!

(F. S.) Mrs. E. Haskell

B-62 -Emma R. Auger Haskell – see George Haskell

E-209 -In memory of Mrs. Eunice Haskell, who died Feb. 16, 1843, Aged 91
She survived two husbands; the first was Mr. John Caldwell, and the second was Dea. Mark Haskell

F-30 -(Tomb) GEORGE HASKELL
The Hon. George Haskell died Nov. 12, 1889, aged 89 years, 2 months, and 19 days. He was the son of Aaron and Eunice Dodge Haskell

B-62 -(back) George Haskell, born November 8, 1844 – died September 28, 1920

Emma R. Auger, wife of George Haskell, December 16, 1843 – September 1, 1888

(Front) GEORGE EMMA

“Passed across the narrow stream”

COSY

C-54 -In memory of Mrs. Hannah Haskell, wife of Mr. Mark Haskell, who departed this life May 13th, 1783, Aged 62 years
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, that they may rest from their Labours and their works do follow them

(F. S.) Mrs. Hannah Haskell

B-180 -Hannah Bradstreet Shatswell Haskell – see Capt. Charles Haskell

B-36 -Hannah Jewett Haskell – see Daniel Haskell Jr.

C-25 -Hannah P. Haskell – see Hannah P. Haskell Rust

A-56 -Harriett Haskell – see Harriett Haskell Lord

C-26 -In memory of Mrs. Jane Haskell, wife of Dea. Mark Haskell, who died Dec. 6, 1819, AEt. 70

(F. S.) J.H.

C-32 -Lois, wife of Dan’l Haskell, died Feb. 23, 1858, Aged 81 yrs, 21 days
The graves of all the said He bless’dAnd soften’d ev’ry bed;Where should the dying members rest,But with their dying Head?

(F. S.) L.H.

A-57 -Lucy A. Haskell – see Lucy A. Haskell Goodwin

C-29 -Memento Mori

Erected in memory of Mr. Mark Haskell, son of Deacon Mark Haskell, who departed this life, Decr. 3rd, 1783, in the 71st year of his ageThis world’s a shadow; Life a span,Toil, pain and death the lot of man;But grace substantial good supplies,Hope here; and endless bliss above the skies

(F. S.) Mr. Mark Haskell

C-28 -Sacred to the memory of Dea. Mark Haskell, a man of piety and integrity, an exemplary member and judicious officer of the First Church in Ipswich, who deceased March 15, 1825, Aged 81

And his daughter, Sarah Haskell, who deceased May 25, 1841; Aged 65

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints”

(F. S.) M.H. S.H.

C-60 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Martha Haskell, wife to Deacon Mark Haskell, who died May 15th, 1763, in the 73rd year of her age, who was the Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother of 79 Children

(F. S.) Mrs. Martha Haskell

C-31 -In memory of Miss Martha, daughter of Daniel and Louis Haskell, who died Dec. 31, 1843; Aged 37

The sweet remembrance of the just,

Shall flourish when they sleep in dust

(F. S.) M.H.

D-95 -In memory of Mrs. Mary Haskell, wife of Nehemiah Haskell, who died Nov. 13, 1840, aged 37

Also their son Nehemiah who died Jan. 1838, aged 1 week

(F. S.) M.H.

G-206 -(front) MARY

(back) Mary Haskell, daughter of Capt. Nehemiah Haskell, born Oct. 15, 1836; died May 10, 1899

G-205 -(front) MOTHER FATHER

(back) Nehemiah Haskell, December 20, 1799 – March 15, 1880

His wife, Sarah F. Haskell, daughter of Ezekiel and Abigail K. Dodge, September 12, 1815 – October 17, 1892

D-95 -Nehemiah Haskell – see Mrs. Mary Haskell

D-152 -Sarah, wife of the late Jonathan Haskell, died Dec. 24, 1878; Aged 94 yrs

At rest

(F. S.) S.H.

C-28 -Sarah Haskell – see Dea. Mark Haskell

G-205 -Sarah F. Haskell – see Nehemiah Haskell

D-148 -Sarah W. Haskell – see John D. Harris

D-150 -Sarah W. Haskell – see Sarah w. Haskell Harris

G-183 -William Haskell, 1816 – 1883

Abigail L. Haskell, 1822 – 1899

H-71 -Clarence Allen Hatch – see James Griffing

H-71 -Hannah Wallis Griffing Hatch – see James Griffing

H-84 -(Top) MINNIE MAGEL

(front) Minnie Warren, wife of Selden E. Hawthorne, Dec. 14, 1881, Aug. 22, 1902

Magel Fitz Hawthorne, July 27, 1902 – Aug. 21, 1902

– – -Ann Hayes, nee Daley, widow of John W. Hayes, died Jan. 8,1901, aged 55 years

– – -Arthur Hayes died May 6, 1883, aged 19 years, 2 months

A-81 -George Hayes – see Falconer

H-74 -(front) HAYES

John E. Hayes, 1865 – 1913

Henry E. Hayes, 1873 – 1873

James E. Hayes, 1874 – 1892

Gone but not forgotten

(back) Smith E. Hayes, 1835 – 1919

Mary J., his wife, 1832 – 1924

(F. S.) FATHER MOTHER JAMES HENRY JOHN

– – -John W. Hayes died Dec. 24, 1891, aged 58 years, 10 days

He was born in England

G-128 -Sara Very, wife of Samuel Hazeltine, born Dec. 18, 1786 – died April 17, 1865

For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive

(F. S.) S.V.H.

F-17 -Heard Tomb

Albert F. Heard, son of George Heard, died March 26, 1840, aged 56 years, buried in tomb

Augustine Heard died on board S. S. Koenig Albert about Dec. 14, 1905, aged 78 years, buried in Heard Tomb

D-56 -Here lyes the body of Annah Heiard deceased June the 13th, 1709, aged 26 years

C-202 -Here lyes the body of Deborah Heard, wife to Edmund Heard, aged 37 years, dec’d. Aug. the 29th, 1723

– – -Here Lyes the Body of Edmund Heard, aged 67 years 3 ds

Dec’d Dec’r the 28th, 1713

(N. B. This stone disappeared. Copied by A. W. D.)

D-66 -This stone is Erected in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Anna Heard, the amiable Consort of Mr. John Heard, and daughter of William Story Esq., who departed this life June 13th, 1775, in the 30th year of her Age

She was blest with good-sense, a Charitible disposition, and an impartial mind. She was a loving Companion, a kind and tender Parent, and an undissembling Friend; Her mind, from early life, had many impressions of things eternal – Her closing scene was brightened with beams of hope.
“Is death uncertain ? Therefore be thou fixt;Fixt as a centinal, all eye, all ear,All expectation of the coming foe;Lest slumber steal one moment o’er they soul,And Fate surprise thee nodding.”

(F. S.) Mrs. Eliza. Anna Heard

– – -Jane L. Heard, widow of Augustine Heard, died June 19, 1899, aged 68 years, 1 month, and 8 days (Buried in the Heard tomb)

(John Heard died in Florence, Italy, May 2, 1895, buried in Heard tomb. He was the son of Augustine Heard)

D-69 -Nathaniel Heard, the son of Nathaniel and Agness Heard, died Ianuary the 27th, 1718/9, aged 7 years and 11 days

(F. S.) N.H. 1718/9

A-17 -Here lies Samuel Heard of Salsbery, died September the 14, 1720, Aged 20 years and 6 months

(F. S.) Samuel Heard

C-228 -William Heard, son of Daniel and Mary Heard, died April the 9th, 1720, Aged 6 weeks and 2 days

(F. S.) William Heard

D-26 -Here lies William Heard, the son of Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Mary Heard, who died October the 12, 1726, Aged about 5 years

(F. S.) William Heard

E-201 -Lucy Henderson – see Lucy Henderson Caldwell

A-81 -Margaret Hennesey – see Falconer

G-168 -Alice C., wife of Charles W. Hill and dau. of Reuben H. and Elizabeth C. Hardy, died Oct. 6, 1872, AEt. 24 yrs, 2 mos

Gone, but not forgotten

(F. S.) A.C.H.

E-58 -(front) BERTHA

“Transplanted to blossom on the other side”

(back) Bertha Coburn, daughter of Gorham F. and Lizzie S. Hills, died Aug. 1, 1879. Aged 3 yrs, 5 ms, 21 ds

E-57 -Elizabeth Standley Hills – see Gorham F. Hills

E-57 -Gorham F. Hills, 1842 – 1901

His wife, Elizabeth Standley, 1843 – 1924

J. Henry Hills, 1863 – 1893

(base) Hills

H-5 -Mabel Hills – see William H. Hills

– – -Ray Temple Hills, son of Howard S. and Hattie M. Parker Hills, died Aug. 28, 1891, aged 21 days

– – -Ruth Manly Hills, daughter of Howard Hills, died Nov. 20, 1896, aged 3 years, 5 months

H-5 -Sarah A. Hills – see William H. Hills

H-5 -William H. Hills, 1844 – 1916

Sarah A., his wife, 1849 – 1930

Mabel Hills, 1870 – 1879

(base) HILLS

(F. S.) S.A.H. W.H.H. MABEL

G-12 -(front) LIZZIE

“Blessed are the pure of heart”

(back) Mary E. Thurston, wife of Benjamin F. Himes, born Dec. 23, 1850 – died May 21, 1885

A-51 -Mary, Wife of Abraham Hobbs, died Jan. 29, 1852, AEt. 87 y’rs

(F. S. blank)

H-39 -Sarah Hobbs – see Erastus Clark

H-11 -Caroline G. Clarke Hodgdon – see George A. Hodgdon

H-11 -George A. Hodgdon, 1845 – 1919

His wife, Carline G. Clarke, 1845 – 1915

(base) HODGDON

H-9 -Lucy J. Hodgdon – see Lucy J. Hudson

G-141 -Martha S. Hodgdon – see Henry Rutherford

H-10 -Mary A. Hodgdon, July 4, 1836 – Feb. 6, 1917

D-185 -In memory of Mrs. Abigail Hodgkins, Relict of Capt. Thomas Hodgkins, who died Oct. 22, 1837, Aged 87

(F. S.) A.H.

F-20 -Abigail Hodgkins – see Asa Lord

D-181 -Abigail Hodgkins – see Jane Hodgkins

H-4 -Amanda Ellis Hodgkins – see Daniel A. Hodgkins

H-4 -Augusta Baker Hodgkins – see Daniel A. Hodgkins

D-182 -Anna L., wife of Capt. John Hodgkins, died April 21, 1866, AEt. 88 yrs. 11 mos.

(F. S.) A.L.H.

G-129 -In memory of Caroline E., wife of John Hodgkins, born Oct. 1812 – died Dec. 24, 1904

H-4 -Daniel A. Hodgkins, 1839 – 1913

Augusta Baker, his wife, 1839 – 1870

Amanda Ellis, his wife, 1845 –

(base) HODGKINS

(F. S.) D.A.H. A.B.H.

G-19 -FATHER

Daniel L. Hodgkins died March 24, 1883, AEt. 70 yrs.

E-75 -In memory of Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Joseph and Mrs. Sara Hodgkins, who died March 2, 1806, AEt. 18,
Cease weeping friends your streaming tears refrainHush every murmur cheek each rising sigh,At heavens decrees tis sinful to complain,Remember all are mortal born to die.

(F. S.) Miss E. H.

D-46 -George Hodgkins, the son of Daniel and Abigail Hodgkins, died October the 2nd, 1726, in the 4th year of his age.

D-181 -Jane Hodgkins died Sept. 15, 1858, Aged 70

Also her two daughters, Sarah, died Dec. 3, 1832, Aged 21

Abigail, died Oct. 9, 1828, Aged 15
There is rest in Heaven

(F. S.) J.H.

E-85 -Erected to the memory of Colonel Jeseph Hodgkins who died Sept. 25, 1829, aged 86 years
A Soldier and Patriot of the REVOLUTION, He commenced his Military Services as a Lieutenant in Capt. Wade’s Company of minute men, and fought at the Battle of BUNKER’S HILL. He was also in the Battles at Long Island, Haerlem Heights, the White Plains, and Princeton; and at the Capture of Gen. Burgoyne and his Army. After the War of INDEPENDENCE, he served as a Colonel in the Militia and in some of the most important TOWN OFFICES. He was for several years a Member of the Legislature and always enjoyed the Confidence and Esteem of his Fellow Citizens. He was a kind and affectionate Husband and Father; a faithful Friend and an exemplary Christian

(F. S.) J.H.

(S. A. R. marker)

B-59 -Sacred to the Memory of Mr. John Hodgkins who died Sept. 5, 1815, Aged 84 years

Also Mrs. Patience Hodgkins, his wife, who died Nov. 11, 1818, Aged 84 years

(F. S.) J.H. P.H.

D-183 -Capt. John Hodgkins died April 22, 1855, AEt. 81 yrs

(F. S.) J.H.

G-130 -In memory of my Husband, John Hodgkins, born Oct. 26, 1817 – died Aug. 2, 1869
And as we have borne the image of the earthy,we shall also bear the image of the heavenly.It is sown a natural body,It is raised a spiritual body.

E-39 -Lydia Hodgkins – see Lydia Treadwell

E-74 -In memory of Miss Mary Hodgkins, who died May 29, 1794, Aged 12

In memory of Miss Sarah Hodgkins, who died April 5, 1795, Aged 22

Daughters of Col. Jeseph and Mrs. Sarah Hodgkins
Fresh in the morn, the summers roseHangs withering ere tis noon;We scarce enjoy the balmy gift,But mourn the pleasure gone.How short’s the date of human things!How transient are their joys!The flower that in the morning springsThe evening blast destroys.

(F. S.) Miss Mary Hodgkins Miss Sarah Hodgkins

D-180 -Mary Jane Hodgkins, born Sept. 17, 1815, died June 2, 1890

G-18 -MOTHER

Mary W., wife of D. L. Hodgkins, died March 26, 1869, AEt. 56 yrs

B-59 -Mrs. Patience Hodgkins – see Mr. John Hodgkins

E-84 -In memory of Mrs. Sarah Hodgkins, wife of Col. Joseph Hodgekins, who dep’td. this life March 13th, 1803, Aged 53
Pass on, my friends, dry up your tearsHere I must lie till Christ appearsDeath is a debt to nature due,Ive paid the debt and so must you

(F. S.) Mrs. Sarah Hodgkins

D-110 -Sarah Hodgkins, the dau’r. of Daniel and Abigail Hodgkins, died October the 19th, 1726, in the 6th year of her age.

E-74 -Miss Sarah Hodgkins – see Miss Mary Hodgkins

D-181 -Sarah Hodgkins – see Jane Hodgkins

E-77 -Sarah Hodgkins – see Daniel Emmons

D-145 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Thomas Hogkens who died Noue’m. the 16th, 1719, and in the 51 yeare of his age

(F. S.) Thomas Hogkens

D-184 -In Memory of Capt. Thomas Hodgkins who died June 11, 1797, Aged 50

(F. S.) T.H.

G-6 -THOMAS, son of Daniel L. and Mary W. Hodgkins died Dec. 13, 1854, AEt. 17 mo’s, 13 d’s
In his arms who died to save thee,Rest three bright one, till we come.Blessed be the God who gave thee,And who called thee early home.

D-75 -Mary E. Holdon – see Charles H. Dodge

H-12 -(top) MOTHER

(front) Isabella, wife of Thomas Holland, died July 31, 1878, aged 58 y’rs, and 9 mo’s
Gone to her reward

D-130 -Sarah Holland – see Daniel Lord

H-13 -(top) FATHER

(front) Thomas Holland, Jan. 16, 1815 – Dec. 6, 1883

E-253 -Here is interrd the body of Dr. Francis Holms who departed this life May the 12th, 1758, in the 53rd year of his age

(F. S.) Francis Holmes

– – -Mary Holmes died May 13, 1898, aged 80 years and 4 months. She was the daughter of Moses Perkins and Sarah Smith

H-69 -Mary Holmes – see Capt. Joseph Willcomb

B-52 -Susan Homes – see Susan Baker

A-50 -Hannah wife of Jonathan Holt, died Jan. 3, 1852, aged 54 yrs
Let us be weane’d from all below;Let hope our grief dispel;And death but find us traine’d to goWhere our best kindred dwell

(F. S.) H.H.

G-118 -Mary S. Holt – see G. Frank Langdon

E-59 -In Memory of Mrs. Eliza. Homan, Consort of Mr. William Homan, who died Nov4. 18th, 1776, AEt. 27 years

(F. S.) Mrs. Eliz. Homan

E-167 -Erected in memory of Mrs. Susanna Homan, who departed this life April 2nd, 1792, AEt. 66
This humble stone, but tells in numbers rude,Here lies the ashes of the fair and good.

(F. S.) Mrs. Susanna Homan

A-49 -Nellie Hood – see Nellie Hood Gould

G-111 -Janet F. Horne – see Joseph N. Caldwell

G-70 -Faustina M. Horton, 1855 – 1925

H-87 -Abbie M. Hovey – see Abbie M. Hovey Estes

G-167 -Charles F. Hovey – see John Hovey

H-86 -Elizabeth, dau’r. of John and Elizabeth Hovey, died Nov. 8, 1887, aged 25 y’rs.

H-88 -(front) FATHER MOTHER
Death is but a struggle for Immortality

(back) Elizabeth Fuller, wife of John Hovey, born May 5, 1789 – died Aug. 26, 1874

John Hovey, born Nov. 26, 1783 – Oct. 23, 1865

(M. M.) Baptista and Smith, Boston

F-4 -Here lys the body of Francses Houey who died June the 19, 1719, Aged 2 years, 4 months, and 20 days

(M. M.) 10

G-167 -George F. Hovey – see John Hovey

H-85 -George L. Hovey – see Hannah L. Hovey

E-104 -In memory of Mrs. Hannah Hovey, wife of Mr. Francis Hovey, who died April 26, 1802, Aged 53
Pass on, my friend, dry up your tears,I must lie here, till Christ appears;Death is a debt to nature due;I’ve paid the debt, and so must you.

(F. S.) Mrs. Hannah Hovey

H-85 -Hannah L. Hovey, born Sept. 20, 1827 – died Aug. 17, 1905

George L. Hovey, born Nov. 11, 1830 – died Apl. 25, 1909

(base) HOVEY

H-65 -Harriett A. Hovey – see George Russell

– – -John Hovey, Son of Daniel Hovey Jrun’r, Died August the 17, 1720, aged 45 years

(N. B. This stone disappeared, copied by A. C. and A. W. D.)

G-167 -(front) John Hovey, 1811 – 1860

His wife, Mary A., 1828 – 1902

Children: George F., 1848 – 1848

Charles F., 1850 – 1851

(base) HOVEY

(left) Edward W. Morrill, 1850 – 1888

Maud E. Morrill, 1871 – 1871

Infant

(back) Edward W. Morrill, 1827 – 1905

His wife, Elizabeth A., 1823 – 1907

(2 G. A. R. markers)

H-88 -John Hovey – see Elizabeth Fuller Hovey

– – -John Thomas Hovey died Aug. 23, 1913
(He was the son of John Hovey and Mary Ann Carr. He was a Civil War veteran.)

H-65 -Leslie Low Hovey – see George Russell

G-167 -Mary A. Hovey – see John Hovey

C-180 -Here lyes Buried the body of Mrs. Elizabeth How, wife of Mr. Joseph How, and dau’tr. of the late Coll. Berry deceas’d, who departed this life May 16th, 1759, in the 22nd year of her age.

(F. S.) Mrs. Elizabeth How, 1759

E-165 -Here Lyes Buried the body of Mr. Increase How who departed this life Jan’ry. 29th, Anno Dom’i. 1754, in the 74th year of his age

(F. S.) Mr. Increase How, 1754

C-151 -Here lies the body of Joseph How, the son of Mr. Increa’s and Mrs. Mary How, who died January the 30th, 1725/6, Aged 7 years and 4 months

(F. S.) Joseph How

C-167 -Here lyes Buried the Body of Joseph How, M. A., who departed this life March the 26th, 1762, Aged 25 years

(F. S.) Joseph How, M. A. 1762

E-47 -Here lyes the body of John How, son of Mr. Increase and Mrs. Susanna How, who died Aug’st 2nd, A. D. 1752, in the 8th year of his age

G-146 -Mary H. Howard, May 23, 1809 – Feb. 7, 1899
Mother is at rest

D-22 -Hear lys the body of William Hoveard who died Iuly the 25th, 1709, and in the 75 year of his age

(N. B. This stone set in a granite slab, on the back of which is: In memory of Thomas Howard, Emigrant 1634 from Maidstone England, died in Ipswich, Apr. 5, 1686)

G-47 -Sarah E. Howe – see Samuel P. Foster

G-198 -Mrs. Lucy A. Hoyt, died Oct. 11, 1857, aged 27 yrs. and 7 mos.

Erected by J. D.

D-57 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Hubbard, late wife of the Reuerend Mr. William Hubbard, who died February the 28, 1710/11, Aged 53 years

(F. S.) M. H.

– – – Lizzie Huckins died March 13, 1892, she was the daughter of Samuel Combs

H-9 -Lucy J., Daughter of George and Sarah Hodgdon, wife of George W. Hudson, born Nov. 2, 1843 – died Sept. 12, 1877

I am the resurrection and the life

C-144 -Elis’a. Hunt, aged 72 yr’s., deces’d. Feb. 15, 1706
A Tender mother a prudent wife,At God’s command resined her life.

E-224 -John J. Hunt, died Feb. 18, 1849; AEt. 67
How still and peaceful is the grave,Where life’s vain tumult’s pass;Th’ appointed house by heav’ns decreeReceives us all at last.

(M. M.) D. Nichols

E-225 -In Memory of Theodocia Hunt, wife of John J. Hunt, who died Aug. 24, 1840, Aged 59
Men sure would listen, could the dead but speak,And speak they do, nor are their accents weak.Thousands, O Man, now prostrate at they feetBid thee prepare for an eternal state.Taken then their counsel, early seek thy God,And live forever, through the Saviour’s blood.

E-9 -Erected in memory of Hannah Ingersoll, Daughter of Capt. Jonathan and Mrs. Martha Ingersoll, who was born April 2nd, 1779, and died Feb’r. 23rd, 1800; AEt. 21. Not many months after her brother by whose side she continues to sleep in dust until the Resurrection
“Narcissa follows ere his tomb is clos’d,Woes cluster, rare are solitary woes;Her death invades his mournful rights and claims,The grief that started from our lids for him.”

(F. S.) Hannah Ingersoll

E-10 -Erected in memory of Jonathan Ingersoll, Son of Capt. Jonathan and Mrs. Martha Ingersoll, who was born July 26, A. D. 1776. And, having finished the course and received the honors of an education at the University in Cambridge, he gave, by the uncommon purity of his morals, seriousness of his mind, and an early application to business, the promise of public usefulness; but alas ! these pleasing hopes were soon blasted by the arrest of death of the 24th of Dec’r. 1798. AEt. 22.

“Nor can our virtues perish immature;Transplanted from this sublunary bed,To drink a brighter sun and nobler soil,They flourish fair, and put forth all their bloom.”

(F. S.) Jonathan Ingersoll

E-8 -In memory of Mr. Jonathan Ingersoll who died May 20, 1817, AEt. 70

(F. S.) J.I.

E-151 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Sarah Ingersoll, wife of Mr. Ionathan Ingersoll, who died October 6th, 1771, Aged 24 years

C-136 -Caroline Jaques – died June 3, 1859, Aged 43

Her father, Nathan Jacques – died Sept. 19, 1818, Aged 57

Her mother, Mary Jacques – died Jan. 23, 1843, Aged 71

Also an infant brother – died Aug. 4, 1818, Aged 5 days

(F. S.) C.J. N.J. M.J.

D-196 -(top) JEWETT

Aaron Jewett, 1787 – 1850

(F. S.) A.J.

(N. B. This footstone is much older than the headstone. Probably the original headstone was replaced by the present one.)

D-201 -Abigail, wife of Moses Jewett – died Aug. 4, 1836, aged 56 years

Moses Jewett – died April 4, 1849, aged 71 years
Dearest parents you have left us, Here your loss we deeply feel; But tis God that hath bereft us,He can all our sorrows heal.

(M. M.) Hughes and Co., Boston

(F. S.) A.J. M.J.

B-49 -Abigail H. Jewett – see Daniel N. Spiller

B-48 -In memory of Mrs. Abigail L. the affectionate wife of Mr. Daniel Jewett, and Daughter of the late Jonathan Lakeman, who died June 30, 1840, Aged 64
As a wife and mother she was kind and discrete, as a Christian humble and devoted. For forty years she was an exemplary member of the First Church in this town.Lo! where this silent marble weeps,A friend, a wife, a mother sleeps;A heart within who sacred cell,The peacefull virtues loved to dwell.Affection warm and faith sincere,And soft humanity were there.

(F. S.) A.L.J.

G-40 -Annie P. Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

H-41 -Annie Sutton Jewett – see Capt. Richard Sutton

G-40 -Caroline G. Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

G-171 -Charles S. Jewett, 1826 – 1902

His wife, Judeth A., 1826 – 1878

His wife, Mathilda, 1844 – 1893

Erected by Wm. F. Jewett

(G. A. R. marker)

– – -Chester S. Jewett, son of Charles and Alice Burk Jewett, died Sept. 14, 1897, aged 6 mos

B-47 -Mr. Daniel Jewett – died Feb. 6, 1854, Aged 73

(F. S.) D.J.

D-199 -In memory of Mr. David Jewett, who died Nov. 13, 1811, AEt. 21

The Lord is my Shepherd

(F. S.) D.J.

C-153 -In Mem— (stone defaced) Drummer Jewett Esq. who all died in infancy. The first Jedediah died Dec’r. 6th, 1766, AEt. 2 Months

The Second Jedediah died Feb. 15th, 1771, AEt. 14 Months

The Third Jedediah died Sept. 11th, 1773, AEt. 12 Months
Hopeful we sprung, but soon disease and Death Seiz’d our frail bodies and recall’d our breath, Grieve not at Heaven’s decree, but God adore And place your hope on fading things no more.

(F. S.) Jedediah Jedediah Jedediah

– – -Eliza Jewett died Aug. 13, 1910, aged 64 years, 5 months, 15 days
She was the widow of Thomas L. Jewett

E-60 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett the rel’t. to Mr. Ephraim Jewett who died September the 9th, 1752, in the 64 year of her age

(F. S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett

D-194 -In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett, wife of Mr. John C. Jewett, who died June 9, 1805, AEt. 55

(F. S.) E.J.

D-124 -In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth, amiable consort of Mr. Mark R. Jewett, who died Aug. 21, 1835, Aged 33 years
Death is a debt to nature due, I’ve paid that debt and so must you.

(F. S.) E.J.

B-40 -Elizabeth Jewett, Wife of John Jewett, Born Aug. 6, 1773 – died April 16, 1854, Aged 80

D-123 -In memory of two children of Mr. Mark R. and Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett

Elizabeth Anne – died March 16, 1826, Aged 17 months

Mark – died April 29, 1826, Aged 3 years

(F. S.) E.A.J. M.J.

G-83 -Elizabeth Jewett – see Henry Potter

G-40 -Elizabeth B. Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

G-176 -Eunice Jewett – see Eunice Jewett Peabody

G-40 -Hannah Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

B-36 -Hannah Jewett – see Daniel Haskell Jr.

D-200 -Harriet Rogers Jewett – see Mrs. Sarah Jewett

G-40 -Helen F. Jordan Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

G-223 -Henry W. Jewett – see Stephen Jewett

G-40 -(front) Israel K. Jewett, 1799 – 1886

His wife, Lucy A. Treadwell, 1802 – 1891

(base) JEWETT

(right) In Memoriam

Caroline G. Jewett, 1832 – 1833

Richard D. Jewett, 1839 – 1885

His wife, Helen F. Jordan, 1845- 1882

(M. M.) H. P. Smith and Co. Boston

(back) Israel K. Jewett, 1820 – 1885

His wife, Rebecca H. Treadwell, 1824 – 1906

Children of I. K. and R. H. Jewett

Israel K., 1858 – 1858

Annie P., 1860 – 1860

(left) Susan L. Jewett, 1834 – 1863

Albert Russell, 1834 – 1926

His wife, Hannah T. Jewett, 1836 – 1903

Elizabeth B. Jewett, 1842 – 1912

Lucy S. Jewett, 1831 – 1923

(F. S.) ALBERT, HANNAH, ELIZABETH, LUCY, SUSAN, MOTHER, FATHER, BABIES, MOTHER, FATHER

– – -James P. Jewett – died Oct. 12, 1913, aged 88 years, 1 month, 16 days
He was the son of Theodore Jewett and Dorothy Smith

C-153 -Jedediah Jewett (three of them) – see Dummer Jewett Esq.

B-41 -John Jewett, born Aug. 10, 1770 – died June 3, 1844, Aged 73

(M. M.) A. H. LORD

D-198 -John Jewett – see Judith M. Jewett

D-197 -In memory of Mr. John C. Jewett who died Jan. 6, 1811, AEt. 67

(F. S.) J.C.J.

– – -John T. Jewett – died Jan. 11, 1890, aged 17 years, 2 months
He was the son of Thomas L. and Lucy A. Jewett

B-39 -Joseph Jewett, son of John and Elizabeth Jewett, Born Aug. 10, 1806 – Died Oct. 9, 1848, Aged 42

(M. M.) A.H.LORD

G-171 -Judith A. Jewett – see Charles S. Jewett

D-198 -(front) Judith M., Wife of John Jewett, Died July 22, 1841, Aged 45

Mary M., Their Daughter, died Oct. 8, 1831. Aged 13 yrs.

(back) John Jewett, June 17, 1795 – Sept. 9, 1877

(F. S.) J.M.J. M.M.J.

G-170 -Louisa, wife of Edward M. Jewett, died Sept. 20, 1858, AEt. 20 y’rs
Oh may God’s plenteous grace sustainAnd soothe my troubled heart,Though with my loved and vanished oneI thus so early part.

(F. S.) L.J.

(M.M.) Fletcher, Lawrence

G-40 -Lucy Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

B-162 -Lucy Woodbury Jewett, July 28, 1820 – Jan. 24, 1887

G-17a -Margaret J [ewett], 1853 – 1935

D-123 -Mark Jewett – see Elizabeth Ann Jewett

B-38 -Martha Jewett, daughter of John and Elizabeth Jewett, born July 3, 1793 – died Sept. 10, 1865, Aged 72

G-166 -Martha A. Jewett died Dec. 12, 1832, aged 2 years and 7 mons.

(F. S.) Mother

(N.B. Flat stone under bank)

H-56 -Mary Jewett – see Mary Jewett Lane

G-223 -Mary E. Hall Jewett – see Stephen Jewett

D-198 -Mary M. Jewett – see Judith M. Jewett

G-171 -Matilda Jewett – see Charles S. Jewett

D-201 -Moses Jewett – see Abigail Jewett

A-54 Olive Cordelia, Daughter of Thomas L., and Lucy A. Jewett, Died April 18, 1855; Aged 2 y’rs. and 5 mo’s.
Sleep on sweet babe and take thy rest,God called thee home, He thought it best.

(F. S.) O.C.J.

– – -Olive K. Jewett – see Olive K. Kimball

B-37 -Patience L. Jewett, Daughter of John and Elizabeth Jewett, Born March 7, 1800 – Died April 7, 1871, Aged 71

G-40 -Rebecca H. Treadwell Jewell – see Israel K. Jewett

G-40 -Richard D. Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

– – -Sadie B. Jewett – see Sadie Andrews

D200 -Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah, Amiable consort of Mr. Joseph Jewett, who died Sept. 23, 1822; in the 24 year of her age
Also Harriet Rogers, their daughter, who died Oct. 4, 1822, Aged 5 mos. and 18 days
Weep not fond friends, dry up your tears Here we must lie till Christ appears

(F. S.) S.J. H.R.J.

B-42 -Erected in memory of Miss Sarah Jewett, Daughter of John and Elizabeth Jewett, who died Dec. 12, 1824, in the 16 year of her age
Ye youth that oft may view this spot,
Whose health and prospects promise fair
Reflect – soon Death may be your lot;
O then to meet your GOD prepare.

G-223 -(front) Stephen Jewett, 1839 – 1920

His wife, Mary E. Hall, 1846 – 1922

(back) Henry W., 1873

D-170 -(top) JEWETT

(front) Susan Dole, wife of Aaron Jewett, 1783 – 1864

(F. S.) S.J.

(N. B. Marble footstone much older than granite headstone. The latter is probably a replacement)

Susan, widow of Aaron Jewett, died May 7, 1864, Aged 80 yrs. (N. B. This stone disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

G-40 -Susan L. Jewett – see Israel K. Jewett

G-133 -Susan W. Jewett – see James Caldwell

– – -Sylvester P. Jewett – died Nov. 14, 1888, aged 28 years

He was the son of Thomas L. and Lucy A. Jewett

A-55 -T. L. Jewett, CO. I, 23 Mass. Inf.(Union Defender marker) (N. B. He died June 12, 1903, aged 68 years)

H-41 -William H. Jewett – see Capt. Richard Sutton

E-7 – Ella F. wife of William I. Johnson, died Apr. 11, 1877, aged 27 yr’s, 11 mo’s, and 14 dy’s

Willie H., their son died May 27, 1877, aged 5 mo’s

(M. M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell

(F. S.) E.F.J.

H-8 -Joseph Johnson, 1837 – 1919

His wife, Margaret B. Lord, 1836 – 1919

A-81 -Isaac Jones – see Falconer

G-40 -Helen F. Jordan – see Israel K. Jewett

G-109 -(front) Robert Jordan, Sept. 19, 1819 – Aug. 30, 1905

Martha F., wife of Robert Jordan, Sept. 26, 1826 – Nov. 17, 1893

(base) JORDAN

(right) William H. C. Noble, April 1, 1867 – Jan. 15, 1911

(back) Mary E., daughter of R. and M. F. Jordan, Apr. 6, 1850 – Mar. 24, 1928

(left) Robert A., son of R. and M. F. Jordan, Aug. 6, 1861 – Mar. 23, 1862

(F. S.) MOTHER FATHER M.E.J. ETTA W.H.C.N

B-202 -(back) Edward Kavanagh, July 12, 1819 – May 16, 1888

Elizabeth W., wife of Edward Kavanagh, July 12, 1819 – May 16, 1888

(front) FATHER MOTHER

H-95 -Nancy Hancock, wife of William R. Kelley, 1789 – 1857

Their son, the Rev. Charles W. Kelley, 1832 – 1915

F-34 -(tomb) KENDALL 1804

H-14 -Delia Kenney – see John Baird Mitchell

E-1 -Sarah Killam, the wife of Mr. Nathan’l. Killam, who died Nouember the 26, 1736, in 26 year of her age

C-23 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Aaron Kimball, dec’d. February the 12th, 1728/9, in the 37th year of his age

C-24 -Here lies the body of Aaron Kimball, the son of Mr. Aron and Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball, who died Nouember 19, 1731, in the 14 year of his age

G-182 -Capt. Aaron Kimball – died Dec. 22, 1852, aged 72

Mrs. Lucy Kimball, His wife, died Dec. 29, 1867, aged 76

B-71 -(front) Aaron Kimball

(back) Aaron Kimball, May 19, 1837 – March 15, 1895

Son of Capt. Robert and Margaret Kimball

A-80 -Abbie B. Kimball – see Joseph L. Ross

F-15 -Miss Abigail H. Kimball – died Feb. 18, 1844, aged 53 years

Miss Eunice Kimball – died April 27, 1834, aged 33 years

After a life of humble piety, they died in the triumph of faith, in hope of a glorious immortality.

Nor pain, nor grief, nor anxious fear

Invade they bounds. No mortal woes

Can reach the peaceful sleepers here,

While angels watch the soft repose.

The remains of the latter lie in the South Danvers burial ground

They were daughters of Mr. Caleb and Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball

H-45 -Annie Kimball – see Curtis Damon

G-29 -Augustine P. Kimball – see Rev. David Tenney Kimball

D-31 -Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Benjamin Kimball who died May the 28, 1716, aged 45 years

Here lyes his dust until the resurrection of the just.

(F. S.) Mr. Benjamin Kimball

F-11 -Mr. Caleb Kimball, Son of Mr. Benjamin and Mrs. Lydia Kimball, who served his County in her struggle for her Independence, died July 30, 1807, aged 49

“Prepare to meet thy God.”

(S. A. R. marker)

(F. S.) C.K.

F-13 -In Memoriam

Rev. Caleb Kimball died June 19, 1879; Aged 81 yrs

“He now sees the King in His beauty.”

He was blind for fifty years.

B-63 -Daniel Kimball, May 26, 1822 – February 28, 1909

G-29 -(front) Rev. David Tenney Kimball, born in Bradford, Mass., Nov. 23, 1782; Graduated at Harvard College in 1803; Ordained the eleventh Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Ipswich, Oct. 8, 1806; in which relation he died, Feb. 3, 1860, aged 77 years

A fine classical scholar, a vigorous writer, a man of unsullied purity and humble piety, a kind husband, a tender parent, a sincere friend, a faithful pastor.

“When the summons came, catching a glimpse of heaven, he said: The gates of the New Jerusalem are opening, I see within the city.”

(base) KIMBALL

(right) Augustine P. Kimball, son of Rev. D. T. and Mrs. D. V. Kimball, died Aug. 13, 1859, aged 46 years

Rachel Rebecca Coburn – died Jan. 7, 1902, aged 76 years

(left) Dolly Varnum Coburn, born in Dracut, Mass., Oct. 1, 1783, wife of Rev. D. T. Kimball, died Dec. 12, 1873, aged 90 years

Her husband said of her – During my entire ministry she has been my firm, consistent, and devoted helper in Christ Jesus.

Her children arise up and call her blessed.

Levi Frisbie, son of Rev. D. T. and Mrs. D. V. Kimball, died May 9, 1818, aged 2 weeks

A-4 -Sacred to the memory of Mr. Ebenezer Kimball who died July 8, 1826, Aged 71 years

(F. S.) E.K.

A-12 -Ebenezer Kimball – died July 9, 1861; AEt. 69

C-22 -Elizabeth Kimball, dau’r. of Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Eliz’th. Kimball, dyed Sept. the 22nd, 1728, in the 7th year of her age

E-248 -Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball – see Deacon Nathaniel Kimball

E-163 -Elizabeth Kimball – see Elizabeth Kimball Lord

F-12 -Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Caleb Kimball, and daughter of Mr. Philip and Mrs. Elizabeth H. Hammond, died May 14, 1845; Aged 85

She cherished a sincere regard for religion, was faithful and affectionate as a wife and parent, and relied for acceptance with God upon the atonement of Jesus.

Weep not for me, but for thyself let fall

The penitential tear. Prepare in time

Thy judge to meet, and at his awful bar

To render up with joy thy last account.

(F. S.) E.K.

H-42 -Emily O. R. Kimball – see John c. Kimball

B-66 -Eunice S., daughter of Robert and Margaret Kimball, died Nov. 3, 1811, AEt. 18 yrs, 6 mos

Ye youth that oft may view this spot,

Whose health and prospects promise fair,

Reflect, soon death will be your lot,

O, then, to meet your God, prepare.

F-15 -Miss Eunice Kimball – see Miss Abigail Kimball

E-158 -Eunice Kimball – see Eunice Lord

B-64 -Hannah L. Kimball, March 1, 1828 – June 26, 1911

A-33 -Hannah Ross Kimball – see Josiah Kimball

A-1 -Harrison, son of John and Rebecca Kimball, died Oct. 21, 1843; AEt. 2 y’rs, 5 mo’

(F. S.) H.K.

A-36 -Henry, son of Josiah and Hannah Kimball, died Sept. 24, 1842; AEt. 19 y’rs, 8 mo

(F. S.) H.K.

A-35 -In Memory of Capt. Jeremiah Kimball who died 1831, Feb. 1 – Aged 80 years, 7 months, and 14 days

“The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him.”

“So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hears unto wisdom.”

H-45 -John Kimball, Father, born Feb. 22, 1800 – died May 17, 1876

He remembered well and is well remembered.

H-42 -John C. Kimball, Ipswich, May 23, 1832 –

Pastorates in Beverly, Mass., Olympia, W. T., Newport, R. I., Hartford, CT., Sharon, Mass.

Chaplain 8 Mass. Reg’t. In The Union War

He preached Of Faith, Hope, Love and Doing Good.

Active Alike In Home, School, Society and Church.

All that He Preached, She Lived.

Greenfield, Mass., Oct. 16, 1902

Emily O. Richardson, Alstead, N. H., Sept. 3, 18__

(married) Feb. 1, 1860

Greenfield, Mass. Oct. 16, 1902

(base) KIMBALL

(F. S.) John Emily

(Union Defender Marker)

B-70 -(front) John W. Kimball; January 26, 1840 – January 23, 1884

Son of Cap. Robert and Margaret Kimball

(Back) John W. Kimball

A-33 -Josiah Kimball; June 22, 1786 – December 6, 1868

His wife, Hannah Ross, September 19, 1787 – February 3, 1878

(M. M.) H.P.S. & Co.

G-29 -Levi Frisbie Kimball – see Rev. David Tenney Kimball

A-34 -In Memory of Mrs. Lois Kimball, Consort of Capt. Jeremiah Kimball, who died 1825, December 7; aged 72 years

“The sweet remembrance of the just

Shall flourish when they sleep in dust.”

(F. S.) L.K.

D-87 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Lucey Kimball, wife of Mr. Caleb Kimball, who died August the 13, 1714, Aged 47

G-182 -Mrs. Lucy Kimball – see Capt. Aaron Kimball

D-83 -Lucey Kimball – see Lucey Kinsman

B-69 -Lucy Sarah Kimball – see Robert Kimball

F-16 -In Memory of Mrs. Lydia Kimball, wife of Mr. Benjamin Kimball, who died August 2, 1805, AEt. 71

Weep not for me my pains are o’er

We soon shall meet to part no more.

(F. S.) Mrs. Lydia Kimball

F-14 -Miss Lydia Kimball, Daughter of Mr. Caleb and Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball, died Sept. 16, 1834, Aged 48

For many years she adorned her profession of religion by a life of consistant piety, and died in expectation of a blissful immorality.

Peace to this sacred spot, where sweetly rest

Her precious dust, till Jesus bid it rise

In beauty unsurpassed, and mount with him

To glory everlasting in the skies.

D-84 -Sacred to the memory of Lydia Kimball who died Sept. 16, 1834, Aged 48 years

B-68 -Margaret, wife of Capt. Robert Kimball, died July 20, 1873, Aged 78 years

“A devoted Mother.”

E-162 -Margaret Kimball – see Joel Caldwell

G-133 -Mary Kimball – see James Caldwell

E-176 -Mary Kimball – see Mr. Daniel Rindge

A-78 -Mary S. Kimball – see Joseph K. Farley

B-28 -Miss Nancy Kimball, born Dec. 27, 1784 – died March 10, 1858

E-248 -In memory of Deacon Nathaniel Kimball, of the South Church, died June 3, 1819, Aged 86

Also Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball, his Consort, died Oct. 28, 1819; Aged 83

In faithful love, full threescore years they pass’d;

True friends to all; respected to the last;

In hope they parted, soon to meet again,

“Cloth’d with white robes;” released from every pain.

(F. S.) N.K. E.K.

E-247 -This Monument is erected to the memory of 4 children of Deacon Nath’l. and Mrs. Elisa. Kimbal

An infant Son, still-born, Oct. 31st, 1757

David Died Jan’ry. 16th, 1761, Aged 3 weeks and 5 days

Elizabeth Died Aug’t. 17th, 1764, Aged 3 weeks and 6 days

Aaron, Died Sept. 10th, 1779, Aged 5 weeks and 4 days, a twin

(F. S.) An Infant David Aaron Elisa.

E-249 -In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Kimball who died Aug. 2, 1820, aged 61

(F. S.) N.K.

– – -Olive K. Kimball died March 7, 1887, aged 33 years, 9 months, 3 days

She was the daughter of Thomas L. and Lucy A. Jewett

H-44 -Rebecca Kimball, MOTHER, born Dec. 16, 1804, Rebecca Gould, died Dec. 15, 1888

She loved much and was much beloved.

(M. M.) H. P. Smith & Co., Boston

H-43 -Rebecca Kimball, Aunt, born May 1, 1802 – died Sept. 16, 1882

Now the life of pain is done,

Now the life of peace begun;

Father, give the wearied one

Rest forever more.

D-16 -Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Richard Kimball who died May the 26, 1716, Aged 50 years

As you are so were we

But as we are so you will be.

(F. S.) Mr. Richard Kimball

(M. M. on F. S.) M. by E.L.

– – -Here lies buried the body of Mr. Robert Kimball who died May the 26, 1716, aged 50 years

As you are so

Were we, but

As we are so

You shall be.

(N. B. This stone disappeared, copied by A. H.)

B-65 -Robert, son of Robert and Margaret Kimball, died Nov. 15, 1844, AEt. 25 y’rs

Beneath this stone so feebly reared,

Dear Robert gently sleeps.

Here shall the sighs of grief be heard

For here his friends will weep.

B-67 -Capt. Robert Kimball – died July 13, 1857; Aged 67 years

A Father beloved

B-69 – (Front) Robert Kimball, January 6, 1819 – January 20, 1819

Lucy Sarah Kimball, December 26, 1832 – March 15, 1840

Children of Capt. Robert and Margaret Kimball

(back) Robbie and Sadie

F-25 -Sarah Kimball – see Sarah Kimball Chapman

A-11 -Sarah L., Wife of Ebenezer Kimball, died April 8, 1854; AEt. 71

Yet again we hope to meet thee,

When the day of life is fled;

There in heaven with joy to meet thee,

Where no farewell tear is shed.

(F. S.) S.L.K.

(M. M.) T. Warren, Lowell

A-78 -Sarah Staniford Kimball – see Joseph K. Farley

A-2 -Sacred To The Memory of Stephen Kimball, who departed this life Sept. 28, 1828; aged 32 years

An honest man’s the noblest work of God.

(F. S.) S.K.

A-78 -Thomas Kimball – see Joseph K Farley

C-127 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Abigail Kinsman wife

of Mr. Ion Kinsman Iun’r., who died Decem’r.

23rd, 1772, in the 35th year of her age.

Those also who sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.

(F. S.) A.K.

E-73 -Hannah Kinsman – see Samuel Kinsman

C-106 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Hannah Kinsman, wife to Mr. John Kinsman, who died May 1753, in the ___ year of he ___.

(F. S.) Mrs. Hannah Kinsman

(N. B. Inscription partly reconstructed from fragments found under Dension slab)

C-82 -John Kinsman – see Margaret Thurston

D-83 -Lucey Kinsman, who was daughter of Mr. Caleb Kimball, and wife of Stephen Kinsman, died February the 22, 1715/16, aged 23 years

E-35 -In memory of Mrs. Priscilla Kinsman, a virtuous consort of Capt. Nathaniel Kinsman, who departed this life Jan. 10th, A. D. 1786, AEt. 37

How tim’rous nature dreads death’s cold embrace,

And shrinks aghast, till Jesus shows his face!

What courage then his rod and staff can bring;

An thou, destroying monster, where’s thy sting.

(F. S.) Mrs. Priscilla Kinsman

D-78 -Hear lies Rebekah Kinsman, the dafter of Mr. Robert and Rebekah Kinsman, died December the 17, 1719, in the 14th year of her age.

(F. S.) Rebekah Kinsman

D-52 -Here lieth buried the body of Quartermaster Robert Kinsman who died February the 19, 1712, Aged 83 years

E-73 -Samuel Kinsman – died Apr. 8, 1860, AEt. 74 y’s, 8 m’s

Hannah Kinsman, his wife, died Sept. 5, 1859, AEt. 75 y’s, 6 m’s

Unveil thy boson faithful tomb,

Take this new treasure to thy trust,

And give these sacred relics room,

To slumber in the silent dust.

(M. M.) I. Fletcher, Lawrence

(F. S.) S.K. H.K.

D-44 -In memory of Mrs. Sarah Kinsman, wife of Mr. Michael Kinsman, who died Feb’r. 4th, 1782, Aged 35 years, 11 months, and 17 days.

(F. S.) Mrs. Sarah Kinsman

C-41 -Here lyes Buried the Body of Mrs. Susanna Kinsman, wife to Lieu’t. Joseph Kinsman, who departed this life Nov’br. 9th, Ann’o. Dom’i. 1734, Aetats Suae 60.

(F. S.) Mrs. Susanna Kinsman

D-6 -In memory of Mr. Joseph Knight, late from Newbury Port, who died Nov’r. 20, 1798, AEt. 40

Thus, at high noon, earth’s fairest prospects end.

The children weep, Eliza mourns her friend.

But see, a Greater comes each love to claim;

Give it, and dry your tears; He lives the Same.

(F. S.) Joseph Knight 1798

(M. M.) 10.50

G-169 -(front) Mary E., dau. of Jacob and Judith A. Knights, died Oct. 15, 1848, AEt. 3 y’s and 3 m’s

This lovely bud has passed away in paradise to bloom.

(M. M.) T. Fletcher

(back) Judith M., died July 5, 1856, AEt. 9 mo’s

Jacob E. – died Dec. 9, 1857, AEt. 5 mo’s

Children of Charles S. and Judith A. Jewett

Buds plucked from earth to boom in Heaven.

E-190 -Mrs. Abigail, wife of Thomas Knowlton, Deceased Oct. 9, 1820, AEt. 61

Who were happy in life and in death

Were resigned to the will of the Lord.

(F. S.) A.K.

H-48 -(front) JOHN EMMA

The mother gave in tears and pain,

The flowers she most did love,

She knew she should find them all again,

In the fields of light above.

Of such is the kingdom of Heaven.

(back) Emma O., born Mar. 20, 1877 – died Aug. 16, 1877

John E., born Mar. 20, 1877 – died Aug. 19, 1877

Children of G. W. and O. J. Knowlton

A-8 -Here lies the body of Deacon Nathaniel Knowlton who died September the 24th, 1726, in the 69 year of his age

(F. S.) Deacon Nath’l. Knowlton

E-189 -Dea. Thomas Knowlton, Deceased Feb. 13, 1832 AEt. 71

More than thirty years he sustained the office of deacon in the first Church in Ipswich with honesty and fidelity; and he was justly held in high estimation, as a man of faith, prayer, and benevolence.

Blessed are the dead who life in the Lord.

(F. S.) T.K.

B-111 -This stone was erected by the young men of Ipswich as a tribute of respect to the memory of William C. Knox, who died May 10, 1816; aged 22 years.

‘Twas not for him who sleeps beneath,

This plain memento’ given

‘Twas not to bring him back to earth,

Or raise him up to Heaven.

‘Twas for your sake dear reader thou;

Who now stand o’er his grave,

And in submission gently bow,

To him who took, but gave.

Remember they Creator now

To him thy days he given

That when thy head shall lie as low

Thou’lt find a home in Heaven.

(F. S.) W.C.K.

D-109 -Martha, the daughter of John and Martha Laighton, died April the 3, 1710, and in the 15 year of her age

D-132 -Here lyes the body of Sarah Laighton, daughter of Mr. Jacob Perkins and wife to John Laighton, died March the 1, 1716, Aged 19 years, 2 months, 5 days

(F. S.) Sarah Laighton

B-48 -Abigail L. Lakeman – see Mrs. Abigail L. Jewett

D-136 -Daniel L. Lakeman – see Lydia Lakeman

D-135 -E. L., AEt. 48, 1657

D-137 -In memory of Mr. Ebenezer Lakeman, who died Aug. 31, 1838, Aged 56

Hark ! the voice of reason cries,

God lives, whilst thy parent dies;

‘Tis pleasing truth, let grief be staid;

Nature’s debts must all be paid.

(F. S.) E.L.

B-18 -Ebenezer Lakeman, died Aug. 8, 1852, AEt. 35 y’rs, 6 m’s

Lowly here beneath the sod,

His form to earth is given,

But his spirit freed from clay,

Has wing’d its way to Heaven.

(F. S.) E.L.

F-3 -Elizabeth Lakeman – see Widow Elizabeth Perkins

G-102 -Emma J. Lakeman – see Otis C. Hardy

B-14 -In memory of Miss Hannah Lakeman, Daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Mary Lakeman, who died Dec’r. 24, 1801, AEt. 21

Pass on, my friends, dry up your tears,

I must lie here, till Christ appears;

Death is a debt to nature due;

I’ve paid the debt, and so must you.

(F. S.) Hannah Lakeman

F-5 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Hannah Lakeman, wife to Mr. Solomon Lakeman, dec’d. Sep’tr. the 22nd, 1732, in the 36th year of her age

B-78 -Here lyes the body of John Lakeman, son to Mr. Silvanus and Mrs. Mary Lakeman, who died Nov’r. the 1st, 1743, in the 20th year of his age

(F. S.) John Lakeman

D-111 -Joseph Lakeman, son of Mr. Tobias and Mrs. Margaret Lakeman, aged 3 months, dec’d. Oct’r. the 10th, 1726

D-143 -Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Lydia Lakeman, wife of Mr. Richard Lakeman, died Oct’r. 22nd, 1762, Aged 39 years, wanting one day

D-136 -Lydia, wife of Ebenezer Lakeman, died Nov. 12, 1863, AEt. 82 y’rs, 6 mos

“There is rest for the aged.”

Daniel L., youngest son of Ebenezer and Lydia Lakeman, died in Lexington, June 21, 1854, AEt. 41 yrs.

(F. S.) L.L.

G-102 -Lydia Woodbury Lakeman – see Otis Hardy

D-203 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Margaret Lakeman, wife of Mr. William Lakeman, who died March the 24, 1716, Aged 59 years

(F. S.) Mrs. Margret Lakeman

G-63 -Martha Lakeman, wife of Richard Lakeman, born July 22, 1811 – died Jan. 22, 1892

G-64 -Martha A. Lakeman – see Capt. Richard Lakeman

B-100 -Here lyes the body of Mary Lakeman, Dau’r. to Mr. Sylvanus and Mrs. Mary Lakeman, dec’d. Nov’r. the 15, 1732, in the 17th year of her age

B-15 -In Memory of Mrs. Mary Lakeman, wife of Mr. John Lakeman, who died Nov. 3, 1803, AEt. 63

Weep not for me my pains are o’er,

We soon shall meet to part no more.

(F. S.) Mrs. M. Lakeman

D-140 -In Memory of Mrs. Mary Lakeman, wife of Capt. Richard Lakeman, Died Aug. 21, 1821, AEt. 75

Behold and see as you pass by

As you are now so once was I

As I am now so you must be

Prepare for death and follow me.

(F. S.) M.L.

G-102 -Nathaniel W. Lakeman – see Otis C. Hardy

C-236 -Here lyes the body of Rebekah, daughter of Mr. Silvanus and Mary Lakeman, died August the 1st, 1719, Aged 7 months and 5 days

(F. S.) Rebekah Lakeman

D-104 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Rebecca Lakeman, wife to Mr. Archalaus Lakeman, aged 34 years, dec’d. May the 28, 1723

D-141 -Sacred to the memory of Capt. Richard Lakeman, who died 16 December 1841; in the 93 year of his age

Kind angels watch the sleeping dust,

Till Jesus comes to raise the just;

Then may he wake with sweet surprise,

And in his Saviour’s image rise.

(F. S.) R.L.

B-17 -Richard Lakeman, Died at sea, Oct. 29, 1810, Aged 30 y’rs

Sarah, his widow, died Sept. 13, 1853, Aged 90 y’rs. and 6 mos.

Those friends lamented are not dead,

Though dark to us the road they tread.

We soon shall follow to that shore,

Where they have only gone before.

(M. M.) F. and G. Law

(F. S.) R.L. S.L.

G-64 -Capt. Richard Lakeman, born Sept. 27, 1811 – died Apr. 16, 1874

Martha A., Dau. of Richard and Martha Lakeman, born Mar. 23, 1853, aged 10 mos., 16 ds.

I am the Lord trust in me.

D-112 -Sarah Lakeman, dau’r. to Mr. Tobias and Mrs. Margaret Lakeman, aged 4 years and 4 mo., dec’d. October the 16th, 1728

G-102 -Sarah Lakeman – see Otis C. Hardy

A-80 -Sarah Lakeman – see Joseph L. Ross

B-17 -Sarah Lakeman – see Richard Lakeman

B-13 -Sarah Lakeman – see William Lakeman

D-138 -Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah D. Lakeman who died 6 February 1838; Aged 72 years

Wife of Capt. Richard Lakeman

Soon shall the great archangel’s voice,

Make all, that die in Christ, rejoice;

May we like her be found prepar’d

To meet our Saviour’s great reward.

(F. S.) S.D.L.

A-73 -Susan W. Lakeman – see David Russell

D-198a -Tobias and Margaret Lakeman buried a child January the 12, 1716/17, Aged 15 days, nam’d Susana

B-13 -William Lakeman died Feb’y. 4, 1851, AEt. 84

Sarah W., his wife, died Sept. 6, 1853, AEt. 82

(F. S.) W.L. S.W.L.

(N. B. This stone disappeared since 1933)

C-5 -Here lys the body of William Lakeman who Died January the 24, 1707, Aged 56 years

(F. S.) W.L.

G-102 -William Lakeman – see Otis C. Hardy

A-82 -In Memory of Abigail Lord, Daughter of William and Maria Lamson, who died Aug. 31, 1838, Aged 15 months and 9 days

Sweet lovely babe ! it sleeps in death,

It withered in the bud;

‘Twas only sent to show the earth,

The fairest World of God.

A-83 -In memory of Charles W., son of Wm. and Maria Lamson, who died in Lowell, May 10, 1847, AEt. 2 yrs and 6 mos

Welcome, dear babe, to Jesu’s breast,

Forever there in joy to rest.

(F. S.) C. W.L.

(M. M.) D. Nichols

H-58 -Georgia Lane, June 18, 1836 – November 9, 1892

Mary Ann Lane, January 13, 1820 – December 26, 1906

(base) LANE

H-60 -George Lane – see Lizzie F. Lane

H-57 -John Lane, born May 8, 1798 – died December 25, 1879

H-59 -John Lane, born February 26, 1825 – died December 13, 1880

H-60 -Lizzie F. Lane, died May 26, 1853, AEt. 24 y’rs

Joseph J. Lane, died at Bellville, Ill., June 17, 1849, AEt. 28 y’rs

“There’s not an hour, or day, or dreaming night, but I am with thee;

there’s not a wind but whispers of thy name,

and not a flower that sleeps beneath the moon,

but in its hues of fragrance tells a tale of thee.”

Also George, son of John and Mary Lane, died Mar. 29, 1835, AEt. 5 m’s

(F. S.) L.F.L.

H-56 -Mary Jewett, wife of John Lane, born Feb. 7, 1797 – died June 2, 1875

In life beloved

In death lamented

H-58 -Mary Ann Lane – see Georgia Lane

G-118 -G. Frank Langdon, 1861 – 1921

His wife, Mary S. Holt

Marion H. Langdon, 1889 – 1890

G-117 -Geo. W. Langdon, Nov. 1, 1830 – Nov. 24, 1902

Corpl. CO. A, 1st Batt’n. Mass. H. A.

His wife, Martha W. Lord, June 14, 1831 – Aug. 12, 1864

(Union Defender)

B-102 -In memory of Mr. Stephen Lawry, Late of Friendship in the District of Maine, who was Shipwreck’d and drown’d on Ipswich bar, Nov. 6, 1807, AEt. 34

E-5 -Miss Hannah Leatherland – see Mr. William Leatherland

E-3 -Jacob Leatherland – died Dec. 11, 1878; Aged 75 yrs

E-5 -In Memory of Mr. William Leatherland who died July 31, 1829; Aged 64 years

Also on his right 2 children:

Mr. Moses Leatherland – died June 5, 1824; Aged 28 years

Miss Hannah Leatherland – died Sept. 5, 1824; Aged 19 years

(F. S.) W.L. M.L. H.L.

E-4 -William Leatherland – died May 7, 1870, Aged 80 yr’s, 4 mo’s

(Union Defender marker)

C-131 -Mary Leverett – see Mrs. Mary Rogers

G-67 -Rubey D. Lindsey – see John K. Chapman

D-97 -Hear lies Mr. Isaac Litelehal died April the 4th, 1718, in the 58 year of his age

(F. S.) Mr. Isaac Litelehal

D-129 -Aaron Lord died March 24, 1811; AEt. 78 yr’s and 10 mo’s

Hannah Lord, his wife, died June 29, 1812; AEt. 78 yr’s and 9 mo’s

(F. S.) A.L. H.L.

G-119 -Aaron Lord, 1840 – 1921

His wife, Catherin E. Underhill, 1844 – 1930

(base) LORD

B-73 -Aaron P. Lord died Feb. 29, A. D. 1872, AEt. 77

G-88 -Abbie Lord – see John G. Caldwell

Abbie L. Lord died Dec. 8, 1911, aged 62 years, 3 months, 10 days

She was the daughter of Thomas Warren Lord

F-20 -Abby Berley Lord – see Asa Lord

F-24 -In memory of Abby Burley, daughter of Asa and Abigail Lord, who died Oct. 15, 1835, aged 4 years

Weep not for the babe

Which thou could’st not save,

Oh, give it with joy

To the GOD who first gave;

For firm is the promise

The Saviour has given,

Who said that “of such

Is the kingdom of Heaven”

E-146 -Abigail, Dau’r. of Nath’l. and Lucy Lord, Born May 3, 1791 – Died April 15, 1878

E-65 -Sacred to the memory of Abigail, wife of Deacon Moses Lord, died Sept. 26, 1837, Aged 70 years

They sleep in Jesus

F-20 -Abigail H. Lord – see Asa Lord

E-161 -In memory of Mr. Abraham Lord who died May 16, 1809, AEt. 58

(F. S.) Mr. A.L.

– – -Abraham Lord died March 15, 1888, aged 83 years, 11 months, 20 days

He was the son of Eben and Elizabeth Kimball Lord

H-93 -(front) Abram Lord, born 1805, Apr. 1 – died 1888, Mar. 19

Susan L., wife of Abram Lord, born 1802, Dec. 29 – died 1867, Jan. 13

“He giveth his beloved sleep”

(base) LORD

(right) James W. Bond, 1834 – 1909

His wife, Hannah S. Lord, 1840 – 1934

(base) BOND

(M. M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell

(back) Abbie Carr, 1880 – 1902

(left) Abram, born 1835, Feb. 9 – died 1871, June 8

Lucy Jane, born 1837, May 5 – died 1860, Mar. 18

Susan Caroline, born 1844, Sept. 1 – died 1861, Nov. 23

Children of Abram and Susan L. Lord

“With Christ which is far better”

G-103 -Addie A. died June 25, 1867, AEt. 9 mo’s.

Also an infant died July 5, 1858

Children of Asa and Lydia M. Lord

Our buds of hope though blighted here,

Will blossom in a brighter sphere

Where death can never come.

(M. M.) J. Fletcher

F-20 -Annie Louise Lord – see Asa Lord

F-20 -(front) Asa Lord, September 25, 177 – October 16, 1888

Abigail H. Lord, wife of Asa Lord, September 26, 1801 – January 1, 1899

(base) LORD

(right) Mary Abby Lord, wife of John A. Brown, October 16, 1843 – July 9, 1873

Hattie W. Brown, February 20, 1873 – October 16, 1893

(M. M.) H. P. Smith and Co., Boston

(back) Children of Asa and Abigail H. Lord

Abby Berley, June 7, 1831 – October 15, 1835

Francis Edwin, March 8, 1840 – November 19, 1841

(back) Thomas H. Lord, March 3, 1829 – February 10, 1916

His wife, Lucretia S. Lord, March 22, 1829 – July 24, 1921

Lucy Ann Lord, December 13, 1826 – December 27, 1915

Annie Louise Lord, February 6, 1862 – November 4, 1900

(F. S.) L.A.L. L.S.L. T.H.L. MOTHER FATHER ANNIE HATTIE

G-106 -FATHER

Asa Lord born Sept. 24, 1825 – died Feb. 27, 1884

D-127 -This monument is erected to the Memory of Deacon Caleb Lord who died May 28, 1804, in the 79th year of his age; a truly exemplary Christian

A soul prepar’d needs no delays;

The commons comes, the soul obeys,

Swift was his flight, and short the road,

He clos’d his eyes and saw his God.

(F. S.) Dea. C. Lord

G-108 -Caleb Lord – see George A. Lord

G-108 -Caroline E. Lord – see George A. Lord

B-163 -Caroline Farley Lord – see Joseph Lord

H-20 -Carrie A. Lord – see Carrie A. Lord Sampson

G-119 -Catherine Underhill Lord – see Aaron Lord

– – -Charles B. Lord died Sept. 15, 1893, aged 15 days

He was the son of Charles B. Lord and Florence Holmes

G-124 -Charles R. Lord – see Maynard Russell

G-107 -(front) CHARLIE

(back) Charles W. Lord, born May 1, 1862 – Feb. 21, 1889

(M. M.) H.P.S. & Co.

G-18 -Cora Brailey Lord – see Frank Henry Lord

D-117 -In Memory of Mr. Daniel Lord who departed this life Jan’ry. 5, 1780, aged 52

Farwel dear friend, a short farewell,

Till we shall meet again above

In the sweet Groves where Pleasures Dwell

Where trees of life bear fruits of love.

(F. S.) Daniel Lord

D-130 -Daniel Lord – Died March 4, 1816, Aged 48 yrs.

Sarah Holland, his wife, died May 5, 1852, Aged 83 yrs. 11 mos.

B-24 -In Memory of Capt. Daniel Lord who died Feb. 15, 1844, Aged 76

With poverty of spirit blest,

Rest, happy saint, in Jesus rest;

A sinner saved, through grace forgiven,

Redeem’d from earth, to reign in heaven

(F. S.) D.L.

B-20 -Daniel Lord Jr. – died Sept. 6, 1868, Aged 76 yrs

D-122 -Daniel Gould Lord – see Mrs. Ruth G. Lord

C-117 -David A. Lord – see Lucy Russell

A-56 -David Wells Lord – see Harriett Haskell Lord

D-118 -Erected in Memory of Mr. Ebenezer Lord who died Nov. 24, 1843, Aged 78

And his wife, Mrs. Lydia Lord, who died Aug. 12, 1808, Aged 34

(F. S.) E.L. L.L.

B-173 -Eddie Archer, Son of Luther and Sarah E. Lord, died Oct. 11, 1869, Aged 10 mo’s, and 22 d’s

“He shall gather the Lambs with arm, and carry them in His bosom.”

B-51 -Edmund B. Lord – see Joshua Lord

G-92 -Eliza H. Lord – see Walter E. Lord

G-30 -Eliza M. Lord – see Mark H. Lord

E-141 -In memory of Miss Elizabeth Lord, eldest daughter of Mr. Nath’l. and Mrs. Eliz’a. Lord, who departed this life Oct. 13, 1801, AEt. 58

Our dying friends come o’er us like a cloud

To damp our brainless ardors; and abate

That glare of life, which often blinds the wise.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Smitten friends.

Are angels sent on errands full of love,

For us they languish and for us they die,

And shall they languish, shall they die in vain.

(F. S.) Miss Elizabeth Lord

G-91 -Sacred to memory of Elizabeth Lord, wife of Josiah Lord, and daughter of William and Elizabeth Lummus, who died May 30, 1828; aged 30

G-89 -Elizabeth, 2nd wife of Josiah Lord, died Feb. 21, 1865, Aged 70 yrs

(M. M.) G. F. Witherell

E-142 -Mrs. Elizabeth Lord – see Mr. Nathaniel Lord

G-116 -Elizabeth B. Lord – see Warren Boynton

B-160 -In memory of Elizabeth Dodge Lord, wife of Capt. John Lord, born October 8, 1808 – died September 21, 1876

Sleep here in peace!

This is the gate for thee to walk immortal;

This is the entrance to the pearly portal;

The pathway trod by saints and sages olden,

Whose feet now walk Jerusalem the golden!

Sleep here in peace!

A-7 -This Monument is Erected in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth G. Lord, The amiable and affectionate Consort of Capt. John Lord 3rd, and daughter of Major Thomas Gage of Rowley. She was born 1795, August 31, And died 1830, January 1. She lived the life of a Christian, And died a Christian’s peaceful and happy death. Here lie her mortal remains; And by their side Those of her two children, whom, by reason of long absences, Their father never saw.

Mary Elizabeth Lord, Born 1825, Mar. 16 – died 1826, Sept. 22, and Elizabeth Treadwell Lord, Born 1828, May 11 – died 1829, Sept. 28

Survivors, mourning the loss of a dear companion and friend,

And the early departure of her tender babes,

Rejoice in hope, that their spirits are with their GOD and SAVIOR

D-122 -Elizabeth Gould Lord – see Mrs. Ruth G. Lord

E-163 -Elizabeth Kimball, wife of Levi Lord, died Mar. 11, 1854, AEt. 58 yrs

My children dear as you pass by,

On my cold grave pray cast an eye;

As I am now, soon you must be,

Prepare for death and follow me.

(M. M.) A. H. Lord, Salem

E-139 -Elizabeth Merrill, 2nd wife of Isaac Lord, died Sept. 3, 1868, AEt. 81 yrs

H-23 -Elizabeth S., wife of Jeremiah Lord, died Aug. 10, 1849, AEt. 42 y’rs

B-175 -Elizabeth S. Lord – see Mary and Elizabeth Seward Lord

A-7 -Elizabeth Treadwell Lord – see Mrs. Elizabeth G. Lord

A-9 -Elizabeth T. Lord – see Capt. John Lord

B-149 -Elizabeth W. Lord – see Nath’l. Lord

G-108 -Elizabeth Lord – see George A. Lord

B-161 -(front) Emmeeline K. Lord, Born Jan. 14, 1850 – Died Apr. 16, 1883

(back) Emmeline

(Union Defender marker)

B-22 -Enoch Lord died Feb. 13, 1885, Aged 84 yrs

A-6 -Esther Lord – see William D. Lord

E-158 -“Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies.”

Eunice, second daughter of Capt. Jeremiah and Mrs. Lois Kimball And for more than 32 years the Beloved wife of Nathaniel Lord Jr., was born 1778, August 8; married 1804, December 20; a member of the South Church nearly 38 years. After suffering, with Christian patience and resignation, a distressing disease, she slept in Jesus, on the morning of his day, 1837, April 9, Aged nearly 59 years.

“Her children rise up, and call her blessed;

Her husband also, and he praiseth her.”

A-30 -Eunice Lord – see Aaron Smith

B-137 -Ezra W., son of Ezra W. and Lydia A. Lord, died Aug. 18, 1848; Aged 21 mo’s

Sleep on dear child and take thy rest,

God called thee home, he thought it best.

B-139 -FATHER Ezra W. Lord, Born June 23, 1817 – Died May 31, 1880

F-23 -Francis Edwin, son of Asa and Abigail H. Lord, died Nov. 19, 1841, aged 20 months

“Of such is the kingdom of heaven”

F-20 -Francis Edwin Lord – see Asa Lord

G-18 -Frank Campbell Lord – see Frank Henry Lord

G-18 -(front) Frank Henry Lord, born Dec. 31, 1844 – died Dec. 20, 1917

His wife, Cora Brailey, born June 17, 1847 – died May 16, 1919

(base) LORD

(left) Children of Frank H. and Cora B. Lord

Frank Campbell, born May 6, 1873 – died Mar. 26, 1894

Stella Harris, born May 6, 1873 – died Aug. 15, 1873

(F. S.) MOTHER FATHER FRANK C. STELLA H.

G-108 -(front) George A. Lord, 1824 – 1911

His wife, Lucy Sarah, 1826 – 1879

Edward F. Brown, 1853 – 1932

(base) LORD

(right) George A. Lord, born Oct. 24, 1824 – died April 14, 1911

Lucy Sarah, wife of George A. Lord, born Sept. 30, 1826 – died May 18, 1879

(left) Caleb Lord, Nov. 2, 1802 – May 9, 1896

His wife, Elizabeth Lord, Oct. 9, 1804 – Mar. 21, 1886

Caroline E. Lord, Aug. 10, 1827 – May 27, 1909

(F. S.) C.E.L. E.L. C.L. E.F.B. L.S.L. G.A.L.

G-181 -(front) BOWIE

(back) 1825 – George C. Lord – 1885

His wife: 1827 – Martha A. – 1881

(base) LORD

G-172 -(top) MOTHER FATHER

(front) George E. Lord, 1832 – 1905

Lucy A. Lord, 1834 – 1904

(base) LORD

(G. A. R. marker)

A-56 -George Edwin Lord – see Harriett Haskell Lord

– – -George F. Lord died Sept. 3, 1883, aged 34 years, 5 months

– – -George M. Lord died March 8, 1911, aged 60 years, 1 month, and 11 days

He was the son of George Calvin and Martha C. Lord

A-65 -George T., son of Josiah and Mary J. Lord, died Oct. 16, 1846, AEt. 1 y’r, 4 mo’s

A-66 -George T., son of Josiah and Mary J. Lord, died Sept. 3, 1883, Aged 34 yrs

B-163 -Gustavus Farley Lord – see Joseph Lord

B-27 -Hannah Lord died Sept. 27, 1817, Aged 12 years

(F. S.) H.L.

B-25 -Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Hannah Lord, wife of Capt. Daniel Lord, who departed this life Oct. 6, 1817, Aged 45 years

Also of their daughter, Hannah Lord, who died Sept. 27, 1817, Aged 12 years

(F. S.) H.L. H.L.

D-129 -Hannah Lord – see Aaron Lord

C-117 -Hannah Lord – see Lucy Russell

C-118 -Hannah B., daughter of John Lord 3rd, and Hannah Lord, died July 18, 1846, Aged 21

But hopeless she did not, for pure was her love

And strong was her faith in a Savior above.

B-92 -Hannah, wife of Capt. John Lord, Jr. – died Aug. 13, 1849, aged 64 years

H-21 -Hannah D. wife of Jeremiah Lord – died Sept. 26, 1882, aged 81 years

H-93 -Hannah S. Lord – see Abram Lord

B-23 -Hannah Treadwell, Wife of Capt. Daniel Lord, died March 22, 1865, aged 85

She sleeps in Jesus

(F. S.) H.T.L.

A-56 -Harriett Augusta Lord – see Harriett Haskell Lord

A-56 -(front) Harriet Haskell, Wife of David W. Lord, and Daughter of Daniel and Lois Haskell, Born Feb. 9, 1811 – Died Mar. 1, 1869

David Wells Lord, Died Oct. 4, 1887, Aged 75 yrs., 1 mo.

(back) Harriett Augusta, Born May 2, 1837- Died Jan. 3, 1841

Twins, boy and girl, Born March 3, 1842 – Died March 3, 1842

Henry Kimball, Born Nov. 15, 1845 – Died Aug. 23, 1848

George Edwin, Born Jan. 13, 1849 – Died Nov. 18, 1865

Children of David W. and Harriett H. Lord

B-163 -Harvey Mackay Lord – see Joseph Lord

A-56 -Henry Kimball Lord – see Harriett Haskell Lord

C-117 -Herbert Lord – see Lucy Russell

E-143 -Isaac, 5th child of Nathaniel and Eunice Lord, born 1814, July 2 – died 1816, April 1

“He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down.”

H-31 -Isaac Lord, Jan. 28, 1882 – Jan. 23, 1893

E-157 -Isaac Lord died Sept. 6, 1828, AEt. 75 y’rs and 2 mo’s

Susan, his wife, died April 6, 1841, AEt. 86 y’rs. 6 m’s

E-138 -Isaac Lord died Mar. 13, 1848, AEt. 71 y’rs

Sarah, his wife, died Sept. 8, 1831, AEt. 52 y’rs

– – -Isaac Lord, son of Levi Lord and Elizabeth Kimball Lord, died Jan. 23, 1893, aged 77 years, 11 months, 26 days

H-40 -Jannette Lord – see Charles W. Brown

H-22 -Capt. Jeremiah Lord, died March 12, 1868, aged 69 yrs and 5 mos

For I know that my Redeemer liveth.

A-9 -Capt. John Lord died Dec. 3, 1852, Aged 88 y’rs

Elizabeth T. died Oct. 18, 1813, Aged 23 y’rs

Margaret died March 12, 1827, Aged 20 y’rs

Daughters of John and Lucy Lord

(M. M.) Fletcher, Lawrence

(F. S.) J.L.

– – -John Lord died June 1907, aged 71 years

He was the son of Capt. John Lord and Elizabeth Dodge

G-124 -John F. Lord – see Maynard Russell

B-163 -(front) Joseph Lord, August 15, 1798 – July 12, 1852

Caroline Farley, his wife, October 15, 1797 – March 20, 1860

(base) LORD

(right) Children of J. and C. F. Lord

Gustavus Farley, July 31, 1836 – May 12, 1837

Harvey Mackay, July 29, 1839 – October 28, 1865

Lucy Slade, July 12, 1834 – May 11, 1927

(left) Children of J. and C. F. Lord

Joseph, infant son, January 17, 1829

Caroline Farley, April 15, 1831 – February 13, 1849

Joseph Maynard, March 1, 1833 – died at Shanghai, China, February 15, 1855

B-163 -Joseph Lord – see Joseph Lord

G-124 -Joseph H. Lord – see Maynard Russell

B-51 -Joshua Lord – died Oct. 13, 1848; AEt. 41 y’rs and 9 mo’s

Also two Children of Joshua and Martha Lord:

Moses W. – died Sept. 25, 1848; Aged 11 years;

Edmund B. – died Sept. 15, 1848; Aged 18 months

(F. S.) M.W.L. J.L. E.B.L.

A-32 -Erected in memory of Mr. Josiah Lord, who died June 1, 1831, Aged 44

(F. S.) J.L.

G-90 -Josiah Lord – died Dec. 6, 1873, aged 78 yrs

(M. M.) G. F. Witherell

A-74 -Josiah Lord 3rd – Died November 27, 1897, Aged 76 yrs 10 mos

G-92 -Kate L. Lord – see Walter E. Lord

E-164 -Levi Lord – died Oct. 15, 1873, AEt. 79 yrs

E-160 -Louisa Choate, second daughter and third child of Nathaniel and Eunice Lord, Born July 9, 1810 – Died December 13, 1872

Steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord

F-20 -Lucretia S. Lord – see Asa Lord

E-150 -Erected in Memory of Mrs. Lucy Ford, wife of Mr. Joseph Lord, with her infant Child, who died April 14th, 1787, Aged 23 years and 7 months

Farewell, my friends! and all that once was mine,

The Grave that binds my flesh could ne’er my soul confine;

Heav’n is my home and I must hast above,

There with my babe to reap or Saviours love.

(F. S.) Mrs. Lucy Lord

E-144 -In memory of Mrs. Lucy Lord, relict of Mr. Nathaniel Lord, who died June 8, 1838, Aged 82

A-10 -Lucy, Consort of Capt. John Lord, died Sept. 29, 1848, AEt. 79 y’rs

We hope to meet her in heaven

(F. S. blank)

G-172 -Lucy A. Lord – see George E. Lord

– – -Lucy Ann Lord – died Dec. 27, 1915, aged 89 years, 9 days

She was the daughter of Asa and Abbie Hodgkins Lord

See also F-20 – Asa Lord

G-124 -Lucy M. Lord – see Maynard Russell

H-93 -Lucy Jane Lord – see Abram Lord

G-108 -Lucy Sarah Lord – see George A. Lord

B-163 -Lucy Slade Lord – see Joseph Lord

B-172 -(front) Luella, Daughter of Luther and Mary Lord

(back) Luella Lord, died Mar. 4, 1887, Aged 32 yrs, 4 mos, 2 dys

B-176 -(front) LUTHER LORD

(back) Luther Lord died Apr. 12, 1903, aged 83 yrs 7 mos 14 dys

B-174 -Luther, son of Luther and Mary Lord, died Nov. 20, 1850, AEt. 6 weeks

Loved was this little flower when given,

Now may it dwell with Christ in Heaven.

(M. M.) F. & G., La

D-118 -Mrs. Lydia Lord – see Mr. Ebenezer Lord

B-140 -MOTHER

Lydia A. Lord, wife of Ezra W. Lord, born Nov. 19, 1818 – died Mar. 3, 1902

G-105 -MOTHER

Lydia M. wife of Asa Lord, 2nd, died Feb. 28, 1869, aged 38 years and 6 months

Nellie A., their daughter, died Oct. 4, 1867, aged 2 years and 5 months

“The memory of her name is ever precious.”

D-168 -Mrs. Margaret, wife of Capt. Nath’l. Lord, died July 22, 1817, AEt. 45 y’rs and 4 mo’s

(F. S.) M.L.

D-169 -Margaret Lord, Daughter of Capt. Nathaniel and Margaret Lord, Died April 4, 1871, Aged 66 yrs and 6 months

When clouds and shadows are all gone

How bright will the coming morn.

(F. S.) M.L.

A-9 -Margaret Lord – see Capt. John Lord

G-113 -Margaret B. Lord – see Henry F. Russell

H-8 -Margaret B. Lord – see Joseph Johnson

G-30 -Mark H. Lord – died June 15, 1863, aged 45 yrs

Eliza M. Lord – died March 29, 1863, aged 43 yrs

(F. S.) J.H.L. C.W.L.

G-181 -Martha A. Lord – see George C. Lord

B-50 -MOTHER

Martha Willett, Wife of Joshua Lord, Born Dec. 1, 1809 – Died July 29, 1884

Another brow the sprit’s crown to wear.

G-117 -Martha W. Lord – see Geo. W. Langdon

D-88 -Mary, widow of Ebenezer Lord, Died Jan. 30, 1847, AEt. 66

(M. M.) F. & G., La’.

(F. S.) M.L.

D-146 -Here lyes the Body of Mrs. Mary Lord, wife to Mr. Caleb Lord, who Died May 4th, 1772, Aged 45 years

C-201 -In memory of Mrs. Mary Lord consort of Doct’r. Josiah Lord, and daugh’r. of Doct’r. Joseph Manning, who died Dece’r. the 28th, 1776, Aged 26 Years

She was Uneversely beloved and Equely Lemented.

Beneath this Hospitable shade,

In the Calm Regions of the dead,

Lays low; Death’s Prisoner detain’d,

A tender sympathizing friend,

A kind companion ever dear,

Pause, Reader, and let fall a tear;

On the dear urn that lies below

And Learn, What man is loath to know,

Where Life’s most daz’ling Prospects rise

The scene concludes in, – Here He Lies.

(F. S.) Mrs. Mary Lord

E-159 -Mary, first daughter and second child of Nathaniel and Eunice Lord, born 1807, July 17, died 1846, March 11

“Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”

F-20 -Mary Abbie Lord – see Asa Lord

H-39 -Mary A. Lord – see Erastus Clark

G-84 -(front) MOTHER SHE HAS GONE TO HER LOVED ONE

(back) Mary E. M. Wallis, wife of Thomas W. Lord, November 6, 1821 – October 15, 1897

(F. S.) Warren

B-174 -(front) Mary and Elizabeth Seward, wives of Luther Lord

(back) Mary, died Dec. 5, 1857, Aged 36 yrs, 1 mo 19 dys

Elizabeth, died Apr. 12, 1863, Aged 43 yrs, 4 mos, 26 dys

H-19 -Mary Eliza Lord, Feb. 9, 1828 – Feb. 3, 1904

A-7 -Mary Elizabeth Lord – see Mrs. Elizabeth G. Lord

E-156 -Mary Holt, daughter of John and Dorcas Adams, and second wife of Nathaniel Lord, Junior, Born in Andover, Mass., 1793, November 4 – Died in Schenectady, N. Y., 1868, January 23

“Thy faith hath saved thee.”

(M. M.) H.P. Smith and Co., Boston

A-75 -Mary J., wife of Josiah Lord, Died Jan. 9, 1887, Aged 70 yrs

A-31 -MOTHER

Mary Radford, wife of Josiah Lord, Died Feb. 23, 1864, Aged 74 yrs

How we loved her

G-112 -Mary Ringe Lord – see John Manning Dunnels

E-66 -Sacred to the memory of Deacon Moses Lord died Jan. 30, 1834, Aged 73 yrs

In whom was no guile

B-51 -Moses W. Lord – see Joshua Lord

D-128 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Nathaniel Lord, who died August 10th, 1770; Aged 83 years

(F. S.) Mr. Nathaniel Lord

E-157 -Nathaniel, Son of Isaac and Susanna Lord, born 1780, September 25, a graduate of Harvard College, 1798 – Died 1852, October 16

For more than thirty five years Register of Probate for the County of Essex. Always faithful and conscientious in the discharge of all his duties as a Christian and a Patriot. A kind and devoted father, this stone is raised by the gratitude and affection of his children.

E-148 -Erected in memory of Mr. Nathaniel Lord Jun’r. who departed this life Sept. 22nd, 1794, in the 73rd year of his age

Beneath this stone death’s pris’ner lies,

The stone shall move, the prissner rise;

When Jesus with almighty word,

Calls his dead saints to meet the Lord.

So sleep the saints, and cease to groan,

When sin and death have done their worst,

Christ hath a glory like his own,

Which waits to cloath their wakeing dust.

(F. S.) Mr. Nathaniel Lord Jun’r

E-142 -Mr. Nathaniel Lord, AEt. 82, Died July 16, 1800

Mrs. Elizabeth Lord, AEt. 84, Died Jan. 18, 1798

Leaving a numerous offspring to lament their loss.

So all must die; the aged and the youth

Must victims fall to nature’s law supreme!

Children and friends, come, learn the solemn truth,

The longest life on earth is but a dream.

When parents go, let us prepare to die,

Let us in time forsake enjoyments vain,

Secure a richer portion in the sky,

And death will liberate our souls from pain.

E-145 -Sacred to the memory of Mr. Nathaniel Lord, Obt. Suddenly, Dec. 2, 1817, AEt. 65

That life is long that answers life’s great end,

And that we see in this departing friend.

(S. F.) N.L.

B-149 -(left) Our Parents

Nath’l Lord was drowned, Nov. 14, 1832, AEt. 47 ys

Elizabeth W., his wife, died Sept. 7, 1872, AEt. 91 ys, 5 ms

Nathaniel Lord, 1818 – 1884

B-150 -Nathaniel Lord CO. D 2 Mss. Inf.

(Union Defender marker)

G-105 -Nellie A. Lord – see Lydia M. Lord

C-11 -Philip Lord, born Sept. 1, 1792 – died Oct. 10, 1836

He possessed every characteristic which was becoming an honest man and a true Christian.

(F. S.) P.L.

D-32 -Priscilla Lord DIED May 5, 1856, aged 61

(F. S.) P.L.

G-104 -(front) RHODA

(back) Rhoda E., wife of Nathaniel H. Lord, born June 28, 1861 – died Jan. 29, 1888

(M. M.) H. P. S. and Co.

B-138 -Richard H. Lord – see Mrs. Sarah Lord

– – -Robert Lord died April 10, 1904, aged 62 years, 6 months

He was the son of Capt. John Lord and Elizabeth Dodge

D-122 -In memory of Ruth G. Lord who died Feb. 1, 1832, Aged 70 years

Also two of her children:

Daniel Gould, died Feb. 9, 1802, Aged 5 years

Elizabeth Gould, died Feb. 20, 1802, Aged 2 years

– – -Sally T. Lord, widow of Wm. A. Lord and daughter of John Chapman and Elizabeth Treadwell Chapman, died July 9, 1892, aged 87 years

E-29 -Samuel Lord, Died at sea, Jan. 10, 1818, Aged 35 yrs

Susanna P. Lord, Died at Lyn, May 3, 1866, aged 87 yrs

Her sister, Lucy Savory, died Oct. 27, 1838, aged 72 years

Rest, loved ones, rest.

(back) Our Father and Mother

(F. S. blank)

E-147 -Erected in Memory of Mrs. Sarah Lord, relict of Mr. Nathaniel Lord, who departed this life October 4th, 1787, Aged 73 years

Slight not those joys Heav’n’s bounty doth bestow,

Pursing what was never found below:

So many ills in stormy life abound,

In Heav’n alone true happiness is found.

(Mrs. Sarah Lord)

F-10 -In memory of Mrs. Sarah Lord who died Sept. 10, 1839, aged 69

H-24 -Erected in memory of Mrs. Sarah Lord, wife of Mr. Jeremiah Lord, who died Dec. 18, 1840, aged 39

Also their son, Richard H. Lord, died Sept. 29, 1839, aged 2 years

E-138 -Sarah Lord – see Isaac Lord

G-88 -Sarah Lord – see John G. Caldwell

H-92 -Sarah Lord – see Daniel O. Collins

B-142 -There is rest in Heaven

Sarah E. Lord, DIED Sept. 8, 1855, AEt. 33 y’rs

Dearest sister, thou hast left us,

Here thy loss we deeply feel;

But ’tis God that hath bereft us,

He can all our sorrows heal.

Yet again we hope to meet thee,

When the day of life is fled;

Then in Heaven, with joy to greet thee,

Where no farewell tear is shed.

D-130 -Sarah Holland Lord – see Daniel Lord

B-207 -Sarah S., wife of Daniel Lord, died September 18, 1862, AEt. 40 y’rs, 8 m’s

(M. M.) J. R. Winter

B-72 -Sarah Sawyer, wife of Aaron P. Lord, died June 22, A. D. 1896, AEt. 95

(M. M.) H. P. Smith and Co., Boston

B-125 -MOTHER

Sally T. Lord, wife of William Lord, born June 13, 1805 – died July 7, 1892

A precious one from us is gone;

A voice we loved is stilled;

A place is vacant in our home,

Which never can be filled.

G-18 -Stella Harris Lord – see Frank Henry Lord

E-137 -Susan Lord – see Isaac Lord

B-21 -Susan M., wife of Daniel Lord, died Oct. 25, 1846, Aged 44 yrs

C-10 -There is Rest in Heaven

Susan, wife of Philip Lord, born Jan. 16, 1798, died Jan. 22, 1851

She was a devoted Christian adorning her profession

by a well ordered life and conversation.

(F. S.) S.L.

H-92 -Susan Lord – see Abram Lord

B-74 -Susan E. S., daughter of Aaron P. and Sarah S. Lord, died Dec. 20, 1840, AEt. 16 y’rs

(F. S.) S.E.S.L.

B-141 -Susan C. Lord, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary Lord, born May 28, 1825 – died May 9, 1904

B-26 -Susan Safford Lord – see Susan Safford Waite

B-29 -Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Susannah Lord, wife of Mr. Daniel Lord, who died Sept. 16, 1828, aged 88 years

(F. S.) S.L.

E-29 -Susanna P. Lord – see Samuel Lord

C-12 -Thomas, son of Capt. David Lord, died by a fatal accident Sept. 27th, 1802, AEt. 16

“Blame none” he cries “the hour is come”

“It is my Maker calls me home”

Resign him then, with all beside,

And in a faithful God confide.

(F. S.) T.L. 1802

F-20 -Thomas H. Lord – see Asa Lord

G-85 -(front) FATHER AT REST

(back) Thomas W. Lord, December 8, 1823 – July 19, 1893

(G. A. R. marker)

G-92 -(front) Walter E. Lord, Jan. 22, 1856 – Dec. 14, 1908

Kate L., wife of Walter E. Lord, April 16, 1855 – Sept. 14, 1889

(base) LORD

(left) William L. Lord, Dec. 24, 1823 – July 1, 1892

His wife, Eliza H., Mar. 13, 1827 – Aug. 18, 1874

(F. S.) Eliza H. William L. Kate L. Walter E.

– – -FATHER

William Lord, Born Oct. 28, 1804 – Died Sept. 7, 1881

“For He that is entered into his rest,

He also hath ceased from his own works,

as God did from his.”

(N. B. This stone has disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

A-6 -William D., died Sept. 19, 1841, AEt. 2 y’rs, 1 mo., and 17 days

Esther, died July 22, 1843, AEt. 9 days

Children of John and E. D. Lord

(F. S. blank)

G-92 -William L. Lord – see Walter E. Lord

D-155 -Here lies Mr. John Louell who died February the 4th, 1718/9, in the 71 year of his age

(F. S.) Mr. John Louell

D-68 -Here lies Mr. Thomas Louell who was born the 2nd of February, 1649, and died August the 11th, 1718, Aged 68 years, 6 months, and 9 days

(F. S.) Mr. Thomas Louell

– – -Christie Low, wife of Nathaniel Low and daughter of Hector and Mary McLoid McLean, died May 9, 1894, aged 27 years, 7 months

C-130 -Here lies Daniel Low, the son of Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Susanna Low, died August the 24, 1721, was one year and 4 months old

D-73 -Elizabeth K., wife of Jacob S. Lowe, died Sept. 23, 1879, Aged 48 years, 1 mo, and 3 ds

Dearest Mother, thou hast left us,

Here thy loss we deeply feel,

But ’tis God that hath bereft us,

He can all our sorrows heal.

Yet again we hope to meet thee,

Where no farewell tear is shed,

Then in Heaven, with joy to meet thee,

Where no farewell tear is used.

B-185 -Hannah, wife of Jacob Low, Born Dec. 9, 1803 – Died Mar. 18, 1888

B-184 -MY HUSBAND, Jacob Low, Born Feb. 22, 1808 – Died Oct. 8, 1874

(M. M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell

D-74 -Jacob S. Lowe died May 10, 1869 – AEt. 43 yrs, 3 mos, and 8 days

Such is the Christians parting hour

So peacefully he sinks to rest;

When faith, endued from heaven with power,

Sustains and cheers his languid breast.

(M. M.) Wittherell, Lowell

– – -Jacob Story Lowe, son of Jacob Lowe, died Nov. 2, 1889, aged 80 years, 6 months, and 14 days

G-62 -Mary Low – see Charles Choate

H-65 -Nancy S. Low – see George Russell

A-43 -In memory of Mrs. Sarah Low, Relict of Mr. Peter Low, who died Jan. 26, 1806, AEt. 66

(F. S.) Mrs. S. Low

H-34 -Winthrop Low – see Capt. Thomas Sweet

D-54 -1719 – Mr. Thomas Lull

(F. S.) Thomas Lull

(N. B. Probably both are footstones)

D-76 – Hear lies the body of Thomas Lull who died December 31, 1719, aged 82 years 2 months and 14 days

(F. S.) Thomas Lull

D-90Here lieth the body of Thomas Lull who died February the 11, 1713/14, and in the 53 yeare of his age.

(F. S.) Thomas Lull

E-251 -In memory of Mrs. Anna Lummus, relict of Mr. Daniel Lummus, who died Jan. 16, 1830; Aged 79 years

(F. S.) A.L.

E-242 -FATHER Abraham Lummus Died Aug. 2, 1881, AEt. 800 yrs

E-237 -Bessie E. Lummus – see John Lummus

E-245 -Charles, son of Abraham and Sarah Lummus, died May 6, 1842, AEt. 3 yrs. 5 mos.

E-250 -In memory of Mr. Daniel Lummus who died November 8, 1812; Aged 65 years

(F. S.) D.L.

E-227 -In memory of Mr. Daniel Lummus who died Oct. 7, 1843, Aged 69

E-254 -Sacred to the Memory of Elizabeth Lummus, wife of William Lummus, who died April 16, 1846; Aged 73

(F. S.) E.L.

E-224 -Elizabeth, Daughter of Abraham and Sarah Lummus, Born Nov. 10, 1828 – died June 24, 1864

Sister, thou wast mild and lovely

Gentle as the summer breeze

Pleasant as the air of evening

When it floats among the trees.

G-91 -Elizabeth Lummus – see Elizabeth Lord

E-237 -Frederick R. Lummus – see John Lummus

E-238 -FATHER

John Lummus, Born Oct. 12, 1795 – Died Dec. 27, 1877

Pass from earth unto life.

E-237 -(front) 1836 – John Lummus – 1911

his wife

1850 – Letitia Nelson – 1906

1873 – Bessie E. – 1875

1874 – Frederick R. – 1876

1879 – Josie B. – 1884

1888 – Sadie B. – 1889

(base) LUMMUS

E-241 -Mary Abbie, Daughter of Abraham and Sarah Conant Lummus, born October 21, 1849, died June 6, 1925

E-237 -Sadie B. Lummus – see John Lummus

E-243 -Sarah Conant, Wife of Abraham Lummus, Born May 7, 1804 – Died Jan. 5, 1872

Mother! the light in our home has grown dim,

For thy bright presence no more is within,

Now, mid the throng of the pure and the blest,

Thou art forever, forever at rest.

E-246 -Sarah, dau. of Abraham and Sarah Lummus, died Dec. 19, 1854, AEt. 19 yrs.

E-239 -MOTHER

Sarah, wife of John Lummus, Born May 31, 1801 – Died July 22, 1864

God giveth his beloved sleep.

E-237 -Sarah E. Lummus – see John Twombly

E-254 -Sacred to the memory of William Lummus who died June 25, 1837; Aged 69

(F. S.) W.L.

Willie B. Lummus, died May 16, 1873, Aged 1 year, 10 mos, 14 dys

Nellie A. Lummus, died, Aged 3 yrs, 5 dys

(N. B. This or these stones disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

E-255 -FRIENDSHIP, LOVE AND TRUTH

Erected by Fraternity Lodge, No. 118, I. O. O. F., in memory of their Brother, Wm. Lummus, Jr. Esq. who closed a life of unsullied integrity and active benevolence at Salem, Mass. Feb. 27, 1850; Aged 56 years

(F. S.) W.L.

A-81 -Julia Luskin – see Falconer

– – -Ellen Lydston, wife of George Lydston, and daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth McDugal Stewart, died Aug. 3, 1898, aged 21 years, 10 months

E-94 -Mary Lynde – see Mrs. Mary Lynde Smith

A-53 -Sacred to the memory of Emeline Mann, Born Sept. 16, 1830 – Died Nov. 30, 1852

(F. S.) E.M.

C-1 -(tomb) MANNING
(Contains by estimation, twenty bodies. The following coffin plates were found when the tomb was opened for repairs)

Abby P. Manning, Obt. June 9th, 1830, AEt. 91 years

Elizabeth H. Manning, died July 20th, 1831, aged 23 years

Joseph Manning, died Feb. 23rd, 1844, aged 76 years

Mary M. Farley, born Aug. 14th, 1781 – died July 17th, 1864

B-95 -Anna L., wife of Capt. Jacob Manning, born Oct. 10, 1784 – died March 19, 1853

B-105 -Benj. W. Manning – see Eliza A. Manning

B-119 -Caroline A. – AEt. 1 day

William E. – AEt. 11 mo’s, 11 d’s

Children of L. W. and C. A. Manning

Sleep, my babes, thou loved and blest,

I would not break they peaceful rest.

(F. S.) C. and W.

B-93 -Delia F. Manning – see Joseph S. Manning

B-105 -Eliza A. – died Jan. 18, 1844, AEt. 6 weeks

Benj. W. – died Sept. 29, 1844

Children of Benj. W. and Emma C. Manning

We have loved them on Earth

May we meet them in Heaven.

C-49 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Manning, the wife of Mr. John Manning, who died Decem’b. the 22, 1738, in the 33 year of her age.

(F. S.) Elizabeth Manning

C-87 -Elizabeth Manning – see Doctr. Joseph Manning

C-1 -Elizabeth H. Manning – see Manning Tomb

B-96 -Capt. Jacob Manning, Born July 30, 1784 – Died Aug. 16, 1852

B-12 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Jane Manning, the wife of Mr. John Manning, who died July the 13, 1832, Aged 24 years and 5 months

C-1 -Joseph Manning – see Manning Tomb

C-87 -Erected to the memory of Doct’r. Joseph Manning and Elizabeth, his amiable Partner in Life upwards of 46 years who died Jan’ry. 30th, 1779, in the 71st year of her age. He mourned her lose until the 8th of May, 1784, and then died in the 80th year of his Age

The toile of life and pangs of death are o’er And care and pain and sickness are no more They both were Plain and unaffected in the Manners, steady and Resaulte in their Conduct Humane, temperate, Just, and Bountiful. Death can’t disjoin, whom Christ hath join’d in Love Life leads to death and death to life above. In Heaven’s a happier place, frail things dispise, Live well to gain in futer life the prize. And all our Bones shall say, Lord, who is like thee.

(F. S.) Doct’r. Joseph and Mrs. Elizabeth Manning

B-93 -MANNING

Joseph S. Manning, April 13, 1845 – April 27, 1905

A volunteer soldier, CO. K 29th Mass. Inf.

Delia F. his wife, October 14, 1845 – Jan. 5, 1931

(F. S.) Aunt Dell

(Union Defender marker)

F-21 -Mrs. Louisa Manning died Sept. 5, 1871, aged 68 yrs. 10 mos.
He giveth his beloved sleep.

C-1 -Mary Farley Manning – see Manning Tomb

C-201 -Mary Manning – see Mrs. Mary Lord

– – -Mary B. Manning – see Mary Bickford Brown

B-94 -Nath’l. L. Manning Esq., born Aug. 13, 1808 – Died Dec. 5, 1871

C-146 -Here lyes Buried the body of Mrs. Priscilla Manning, Vertuous and dearest wife to Mr. Joseph Manning, who departed this life January the 11th, 1730, in the 23rd year of her age

(F. S.) Mrs. Priscilla Manning

C-208 -Sarah Manning – see Sarah McKean

E-11 -Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Thomas Manning who departed this life May the 14th, 1737, in the 73rd year of his age

(F. S. blank)

H-75 -Thos. Manning, CO. G, 2 Mass. Inf.
(Union Defender marker)

– – -William Manning died April 9, 1898

B-119 -William E. Manning – see Caroline A. Manning

C-174 -James S. Marble, August 15, 1808 – May 10, 1880
His wife, Emily Marble, November 15, 1806 – May 17, 1879
Their daughter, Sarah E. Marble, January 26, 1832 – July 31, 1922

(base) MARBLE

(F. S.) S.E.M. E.M. J.S.M.

H-76 -Eunice Martin – see David Francis Dow

F-29 -(front) NELLIE E. MATHER

(back) Nellie, daughter of Joshua K. and Sarah A. Mather, died Nov. 17, 1874, aged 13 yrs, 7 mos
Who will be the next to praise His name?

C-182 – Here lyes the body of Mrs. Susannah Mayhew, dau’r. to Coll’o. Zacheus Mayhew and Susannah, his wife, dec’d. Aug’t. 28th, 1734, in the 20th year of her age

B-19 -Alexander McDole – Died Mar. 11, 1877, AEt. 79 yrs.
“Lo, soft remembrance drops a pious tear; And holy friendship stands a mourner here.”

(F. S.) A.Mc.

(M. M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell

C-208 -Erected in memory of Mrs. Sarah McKean, wife of Mr. William McKean and dau’r. of Doct’r. Jo’s. Manning, who departed this life May 15th, 1776, AEtatis 33
How loved how valued, once avails the not, To whom Related or by whom begot, A heap of dust alone Remains of thee, ‘Tis all thou art and all the Proud shall be. Survey this well ye fair ones and believe, The grave may terrify but cant Deceive, Yet Vertue still against decay can arm, And even lend mortality a Charm.

Also Sarah McKean, dau’r. of Mr. Will’m. and Mrs. Sarah McKean, born June 24, 1771, departed this life Octo’r. 6th, 1775

(F. S.) Mrs. Sarah McKean, also her dau’r. Sarah McKean

– – -Christie McLean – see Christie Low

C-3 -Sarah Medcalf, the dau’r. of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Sarah Medcalf, dyed Nov’r. the 17th, 1728, in the 6th year of her age

B-103 -Sacred to the memory of Capt. Joseph Melcher, youngest son of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Mary Melcher of Brunswick, who perished in a storm Nov’r. 7th, 1802, on Ipswich Bar, in the 21st year of his age.

Amidst the raging billows drove, My life to save in vain I strove; And soon my strength began to flee, I perish’d in the Cruel sea. My weeping friends, your silence keep, When to my Grave you come to weep; Prepare to follow me you must, And mingle with your native dust.

(F. S.) Capt. Joseph Melcher

E-139 – Elizabeth Merrill – see Elizabeth Merrill Lord

D-147 -Abigail Metcalf – see Abigail Davis

C-4 -Here lies Ruth Metcalf, wife of Joseph Metcalf, died April the 22, 1721, Aged 39 years

F-36 -Albert Mills – see Jeremiah Prescott

F-36 -Caroline Mills – see Jeremiah Prescott

F-36 -Edwin Mills – see Jeremiah Prescott

F-18 -Ann W. Mitchell – see Frederick Mitchell

H-14 -Delia Kenney Mitchell – see John Baird Mitchell

F-18 -(tomb) 1836

Frederic Mitchell, 1789 – 1880

His wife, Louisa Tozer, 1788 – 1866

His wife, Ann W. Mitchell, 1812- 1890

David H. Caldwell, 1804 – 1868

His wife, Emeline Choate, 1803 – 1892

Their children:

Daniel, 1829 – 1838

Lucy Mary, 1832 – 1835

Emeline C. Eveleth, 1827 – 1872

H-14 -John Baird Mitchell, 1830 – 1913

His wife Delia (Kenney) Mitchell, 1838 – 1911

Their son, William Arthur Mitchell, 1858 – 1920

(base) MITCHELL

(N. B. Mable Mitchell recently buried on the lot)

G-25 -Catherine Morley died Jan. 10, 1892, AEt. 82 yrs, 7 mos, 22 dys

E-28 -G. W. Morley, CO. D, 48 Mass. Inf.

(Union Defender marker)

E-27 -(front) John Morley, born June 4, 1800 – died Mar. 23, 1888

His two wives:

Susan, born Jan. 31, 1809 – died Oct. 27, 1862

Mary, born May 15, 1800 – died Oct. 8, 1877

(back) Susan, born Mar. 28, 1834 – died Nov. 8, 1834

John T., born Dec. 26, 1845 – died Aug. 30, 1846

George W., born July 5, 1843 – died July 19, 1863

Children of John and Susan Morley

(F. S.) J.M.

G-24 -My Husband

Thomas Morley died June 5, 1870, AEt. 66 yrs, 3 mos

There is rest in Heaven

G-167 -Edward W. Morrill – see John Hovey

G-167 -Elizabeth A. Morrill – see John Hovey

G-167 -Maude E. Morrill – see John Hovey

F-1 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Daniel Moulton, Dec’d Sep’tr. the 10th, 1730, in the 27th year of his age

– – -Mary Abbie Mylord, daughter of John Philbrook, died August 11, 1890, aged 39 years, 9 months

– – -Mary Musby – see Mary Goodhue

D-82 -Here lyes the body of Martha Nason, the daughter of Mr. Willaby and Esther Nason, who died May the 22, 1716, in the 21 year of her age

(F. S.) Martha Nason

E-237 -Letitia Nelson – see John Lummus

G-131 -Maria Newhall – see Col. Luther Caldwell

E-240 -Anna R. Newman – see Elisha Newman

D-62 -Benjamin Newman, died Jan. 29, 1802, aged 83 yrs 10 mos

“The Lord is my Shepherd.”

D-29 -B. Brainard, Son of Benj, and Sarah L. Newman, died May 12, 1872, Aged 26 y’rs and 5 mo’s

“Simply to thy Cross I cling.”

(F. S.) B.B.N
(Union Defender marker)

C-57 -Charles Eugene, Only Child of Samuel and Catherine A. Newman, died Oct. 19, 1845; Aged 14 months
He sparkled, and exhaled, and went to heaven.

(F. S.) C.E.N.

E-240 -Elisha Newman, died Jan. 7, 1826, AEt. 81 y’rs

Anna R., his wife, died Sept. 7, 1811, AEt. 64 y’rs

John Brown, died Oct. 16, 1839, AEt. 28 y’rs

Mary A., his wife, died May 27, 1881, AEt. 65 y’rs

C-52 -In memory of Mrs. Hannah Newman, wife of Mr. Samuel Newman, who died June 28, 1901, AEt. 60
Pass on, my friends, dry up your tears I must lie here, till Christ appears; Death is a debt to nature due; I’ve paid the debt, and so must you.

(F. S.) Mrs. Hannah Newman

C-51 -In memory of Mark Newman of Andover, youngest son of Mrk and Sarah Newman, who died at Ipswich, Sept’r. 10 A.D. 1805, AEt. 14 months

(F. S.) M. Newman

E-240 -Mary N. Newman – see Nath’l. Caldwell

D-30 -S. Annie, Dau. of Benj. and Sarah L. Newman, died April 25, 1912, aged 49 y’rs and 7 days
“Rock of ages, cleft for me.”

D-63 -Sarah L., wife of Benj. Newman, died Mar. 31, 1870, Aged 46 y’rs

“Jesus, lover of my soul.”

(M. M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell

(F. S.) S.L.N.

G-110 -William Newman – see Daniel R. Harris

D-142 -Erected in memory of Mr. John Newmarch who died Sep. 25, A. D. 1812; Aged 40
Has death another trophy won? And is a father dead? Behold a family bereaved, And weeping for their head!

(F. S.) J. N.

G-55 -Aldred Newton died Jan. 7, 1859, aged 66 y’rs

Anna, his wife, died Jan. 19, 1878, aged 81 y’rs, 6 mo’s

Mary J. Getchell, their dau’r., died Jan. 15, 1864, aged 28 y’rs, 6 mo’s

(F. S.) A.N. A.N. M.J.G.

H-71 -Arthur H. Nichols – see James Griffing

H-71 -Mary Adaline Griffing Nichols – see Griffing

G-109 -William H. C. Noble – see Robert Jordan

H-94 -Ann M. Nodman, 1806 – 1888

Caroline Norman, 1843 – 1893

D-19 -Here Lyes buried the body of Mrs. Marcy Norton,

Wife to Deacon Thomas Norton, who dec’d. Janu’ry 6, 1728, in the 55th year of her age

(F. S.) Mrs. Marcy Norton

D-20 -Here lyes buried the body of Deacon Thomas Norton, who departed this life July the 13th, Anno Domni 1744, in the 71st year of his age

Soundness of Judgement, Steadiness of Mind, Plainess of Heart, Friendship to Humane Kind, Courtesie, Patience, Humility, A strict, but unaffected Piety; Zeal for the Publick Good, the Church’s Peace, And beauteous Order did whilst living grace The worthy Gentleman whose dear Remains This Sepulchre in Darkness now Contains.

(F. S.) Deacon Thomas North, 1744

A-41 -Susan Elizabeth, Daughter of Daniel P. and Sally Nourse, died Dec. 22, 1840, Aged 2 years and 5 months
Dear Susan E. thou now art fled, Thy lovely smile no more we see, But still within thy parent’s breasts Thy little imagette will be.

(F. S.) S.E.N.

G-197 -Charles H. Noyes – see Stephen Baker

F-35 -This Tomb built June 1802, the property of Daniel Noyes Esq.

(S. A. R. marker)

C-210 -Erected in memory of Daniel Noyes Jun’r., born Sept. 11th, 1764, and died Decem’r. 9th, 1789

And Joseph Noyes born March 25th, 1770, and died Sept. 30th, 1775

Both sons of Daniel Noyes Esq’r. and Mrs. Sarah, his wife

(F. S.) Daniel Noyes Jun’r. Joseph Noyes

G-197 -Harriet E. Noyes – see Stephen Baker

G-197 -Hattie E. Noyes – see Stephen Baker

C-210 -Joseph Noyes – see Daniel Noyes Jr.

– – -Mary F. Noyes – see Mary F. Cummings

C-209 -Erected in memory of Miss Sarah Noyes, Daughter of Daniel Noyes Esq’r. and Mrs. Sarah, his wife, who died March 28th, 1792, AEtatis 19

So vanishes our state, so pass our days; So life but opens now, and now decays; The cradle and the tomb, alas! so nigh; To live is scarce distinguish’d from to die.

(F. S.) Miss Sarah Noyes

B-183 -Caroline, wife of Henry L. Ordway, Died Nov. 29, 1864, AEt. 25 y’rs

Otis Low, their son, died Jan. 29, 1855, AEt. 12 weeks

G-100 -Eva T., wife of George E. Packard, Born June 4, 1871 – died May 29, 1903

(base) PACKARD

H-15 -Isabella Patterson – see Edwin F. Akerman

G-176 -Eunice Jewett, wife of Moses Peabody died Feb. 10, 1903, aged 90 yrs, 3 ms, and 16 days
Sweet rest beyond the river.

C-19 -Here lyes buried the body of Mary Peabody deceased Sept. 2th, 1736, in the tenth year of her age

(F. S.) Mary Peabody

– – -Mary Peabody – see Mary Peabody Adams

G-178 -Mary Peabody – see Woodbridge Adams

G-175 -Moses Peabody died Nov. 5, 1876, aged 60 yrs, 6 ms, and 27 days
The memory of the just is blessed

G-177 -M. Willie, only son of Moses and Eunice J. Peabody, died June 29, 1859, AEt. 13 yrs. 5 ms, 14 ds
We miss thee at home.

G-174 -Polly Peabody – see Ezekial Peabody

D-175 -Here lys the bodys of Thomas and Sarah Pears the children of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Sarah Pears who died October the 16, 1736, Sarah in the 10 and Thomas in the 5 year of there age.

(F. S.) Sarah and Thomas Pears

E-88 -In Memory of Mr. Enoch Pearson who died March 8, 1813, Aged 74 years
Belov’d esteem’d, respected in his life, Prudent, discreet, retir’d from scenes of strife, On life’s wide stage his part he acted well, And virtues friends lamented when he fell Widow and children, friends and neighbours mourn, And with affection’s tears bedew his urn.

(F. S.) E.P.

E-86 -Sacred to the memory of Enoch Pearson who died Dec. 10, 1843; aged 72

(F. S.) E.P.

E-87 -Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Eunice Pearson Relict of the late Mr. Enoch Pearson Obt. June 30, 1840, Aged 89
Our labours done, securely laid In this our last retreat, Unheeded o’er our silent dust, The storms of life shall beat.

(F. S.) E.P.

E-125 -In Memory of Mrs. Joanna, wife of Capt. Stephen Pearson Jr. who died June 22, 1825; Aged 26 years

(F. S.) J. P.

B-6 -Mehitable Pearson – see David Andrews

E-124 -Stephen Pearson Jr. died Aug. 2, 1849, aged 30

(F. S.) S.P.

C-7 -Here lyes buried the body of Ensign John Pengry dec’d. Aug’t. the 22nd, 1732, in the 49th year of his age

(F. S.) John Pengry

D-139 -Here lyes buried the body of Abraham Perkiens (son of Mr. Abraham Perkiens) who died February 14 : 1718. Aged 32 years

(F. S.) Mr. Abraham Perkiens

C-235 -Here lyes the body of Mr. Abraham Perkins aged 82 years – Died April the 28th, 1722

(F. S.) Mr. Abraham Perkins

E-42 -Abraham Perkins died Nov. 2, 1849, aged 96 years

(S. A. R. marker)

D-60 -Anna Perkens – see Anna Baker

Here Lies the Body of Capt. Bemsley Perkins, who died July the 23, 1720, in the 45 year of his age.

(N. B. This stone has disappeared, copied by A. W. D.)

F-31 -Caroline E. Dodge Perkins – see John Perkins

F-31 -Carrie E. Perkins – see John Perkins

C-15 -Here lies the body of Mrs. Elisabeth Pearkins, the wife of Mr. Jacob Pearkins, who died September the 26, 1732 in the 43 year of her age

F-3 -In memory of the Widow, Elizabeth Perkins, consort of Mr. John Perkins and daugh’r. of Mr. John and Mrs. Mary Lakeman, who departed this life Aug’t. 25, 1799, AEt. 26

Death first her partner snatch’d away,
She mourn’d the cruel, fatal blow;
But short her grief, she could not stay,
Her summons came and she must go.
Her tender babe and parents dear
Lament the soon repeated stroke;
But, parents, friends, dry up each tear,
Be still, and know, ’twas God that spoke.

(F. S.) Elizabeth Perkins

A-24 -Jacob Perkins died November the 12th 1705 in the 44th year of his age

D-77 -Hear lies Mr. Jacob Perkins who died Nouember the 26th, 1719, in the 74th year of his age

(F. S.) Mr. Jacob Perkins

F-31 -John Perkins, born July 13, 1825 – died Mar. 27, 1896

His wife, Caroline E. Dodge, born Dec. 5, 1825 – died Oct. 5, 1909

Carrie E., born Apr. 18, 1859 – died Mar. 10, 1876

Carrie E., born Sept. 18, 1856 – died Oct. 19, 1856

Dau’rs of John and Caroline E. Perkins

(base) PERKINS

(F. S.) BABY CARRIE

G-54 -MOTHER

Louisa A. M. Perkins, born Sept. 8, 1820 – died Dec. 23, 1896

Tho’ from out this bourn of time and place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face, When I have crossed the Bar: – Tennyson

C-234 -Here lies the body of Lucey Perkins daughter of Capt. Beamsly Perkins and Mrs. Hannah, his wife, who died Novem’r. the 3, 1712, Being 25 days old

(F. S.) Lucey Perkins

C-123 -Mrs. Martha Perkins, wife of Mr. Matthew Perkins, died Sept. the 3, 1720; Aged 29 years

(F. S.) Mrs. Martha Perkins

C-237 -Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Perkins, wife to Mr. Stephin Perkins, aged 35 years, 3 mo. and 2 days – died Janr’y. the 17th, 1718/19

(F. S.) Mrs. Mary Perkins

D-189 -In memory of Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Abraham Perkins who died April 20, 1828, AEt. 74

(F. S.) M.P.

– – -Mary Perkins – see Mary Holmes

A-16 -Here lies the bodey of Capt. Mathew Pirkens deced’t. Aprel the 19, 1738 in the 73 year of his age

(F. S.) Capt. Mathew Pirkens

G-122 -MY FATHER

Nath’l. Charles Perkins – died Dec. 23, 1879, aged 58 yrs, 7 mos
At Rest
(Union Defender marker)

D-132 -Sarah Perkins – see Sarah Laighton

G-121 -Sarah R., wife of Nathaniel C. Perkins, died Apr. 27, 1857, AEt. 36 y’s and 6 m’s

Sarah E., their dau., died June 8, 1857, AEt. 6 w’ks
Beloved wife and mother dear We feel thy loss and miss thee here And hope thy prayers will answer’d be That we in Heaven may share with thee.

(M. M.) T. Fletcher, Lawrence

(F. S.) S.R.P.

C-50 -Warren Perkins – Died Dec. 6, 1849, Aged 37 years
Oh, sweet be his slumber, by sadness unbroken;
Though he has left us forever, we shall not forget;
For the heart we once loved is fond memories’ token,
Which again brings him back and he lives with us yet.

(F. S.) W.P.

C-25 -Mary J. Pettengill – see Hannah Haskell Rust

B-115 -Abby Philbrook – see Mary Ellen Philbrook

B-116 -Catherine, wife of Capt. Wm. Philbrook, died May 22, 1848, Aged 68 y’rs

B-114 -Frank, son of John J. and Mary A. Philbrook, Died Sept. 11, 1848, AEt. 2 y’rs, 7 m’s

B-112 -John J. Philbrook – Died July 5, 1894, Aged 79 years
A precious one from us has gone A voice we loped is stilled.

B-113 -Mary A., wife of John J. Philbrook, died Oct, 22, 1887, Aged 74 yrs
“Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep.”

– – -Mary Abby Philbrook – see Mary Abby Mylord

B-115 -Mary Ellen, died Aug. 12, 1843, AEt. 9 mo’s

Abby, died Mar. 11, 1846, AEt. 2 y’s, 2 m’s
daughters of John J. and Mary A. Philbrook
Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the Kingdom of heaven.

B-118 -Mercy Thomas, 2nd wife of Capt. William Philbrook, Died Mar. 13, 1881, Aged 83 yrs

B-117 -Capt. William Philbrook – died Dec. 13, 1861, AEt. 77 yrs

– – -Abigail H. Phillips – see Abigail H. Smith

C-226 -In Memory of Miss Abigail Pickard, daug’r. of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Abigail Pickard, who died June 21st, 1786. Aged 18 years

Also in memory of 5 infants Sweet babies, in pain and sorrow born, And from the bosom early torn! But Oh thou Child so long belov’d, Still must the heart for three be mov’d.

D-89 -Here is interested what was mortall of David Pickerd, son of Mr. John and Mrs. Joanna Pickerd, died March the 2, 1713/14. Aged 20 years, 10 months, and 26 days

H-83 -Sarah A. Pinder – see Sarah Pinder Sherburne

H-6 -Aaron Pingree

Margie MOTHER FATHER

G-134 -(front) Daniel P. Pingree, born Mar. 7, 1807 – died Nov. 13, 1888.

Sarah F., wife of Daniel P. Pingree, born Feb. 24, 1807 – died Aug. 27, 1888

(base) PINGREE

(right) Alvin T. Conant, CO. H. 40th Regt. Mass. Vols.

born Dec. 1, 1826 – died at Folly Island, N. C., Oct. 26, 1863

(left) Jennie Conant, born Apr. 10, 1855 – died June 6, 1876

(F. S.) JENNIE, In loving remembrance, born April 10, 1856, died June 6, 1876
MOTHER FATHER
(Union Defender marker)

– – -John Pingree – died Aug. 2, 1884, aged 82 years

B-128 -Sally Foster, wife of Jewett Pingree, died May 14, 1854, AEt. 37 y’rs, 4 mo’s

(F. S.) S.F.P.

G-134 -Sarah F. Pingree – see Daniel P. Pingree

– – -Lilliam H. Pitman, daughter of Alfred and Maggie Pitman, died Jan.9, 1892, aged 2 weeks

B-134 -(front) CARRIE

A babe thou wast

But an angel now.

(back) Daughter of Edward and Martha L. Plouff, born Jan. 22, 1870 – died June 6, 1870

B-130 -(front) FATHER Thou has left us, thy memory never.

(back) Edward Plouff, Born Apr. 25, 1814 – Died May 8, 1891

B-132 -Edward Plouff Jr., Jan. 13, 1840 – Sept. 8, 1897

CO D, 48th Reg’t Mass, Vol Inf.

His wife, Martha S. Harris, Sept. 27, 1843 – Jan. 25, 1920

(base) PLOUFF

(F. S.) MOTHER FATHER

(G. A. R. marker)

B-132 -Edward Plouff Jr., CO. D, 48th Reg’t., Mass. Vol. Inf.

B-129 -(front) MOTHER Rest, loved Mother, we will meet Thee, in thy new and happy home.

(back) Eliza Foster, wife of Edward Plouff, born Mar. 6, 1805 – died Mar. 20, 1887

B-131 -Jno. W. Plouff, CO. D, 48 Mass Inf.

(G. A. R. marker)

B-132 -Martha S. Harris Plouff – see Edward Plouff Jr.

G-72 -Wm. Plummber, CO. D, 48 Mass. Inf.
(Union Defender marker)

A-87 -Benjamin L. Poor – Died Mar. 24, 1883, Aged 54 yrs
(Union Defender marker)

A-84 -George M. Poor – Died Feb. 19, 1876, Aged 40 yrs, 10 mos

B-204 -Harriet A. Poor – see Nethaniel Gerrish

A-85 -Melzerd Poor – Died Feb. 13, 1881, Aged 81 yrs, 3 mos
(Union Defender marker)

A-86 -Mary, wife of Melzerd Poor, Died Sept. 26, 1884; Aged 83 yrs, 5 mos

D-144 -In Memory of Deacon Aaron Potter Esq’r. who died June 2nd, 1775, Aged 76 years and 8 months

Behold and see as you pass by, As you are now so once was I, As I am now so you must be, Prepare for death and follow me.

(F. S.) Aaron Potter, Esq.

A-13 -In memory of Mrs. Abigail Potter, wife of Mr. John Potter, who died May 23d, 1802, Aged 40 years
She was a kind wife and a tender mother, Believe, and take the promis’d rest; Obey, and be forever blest. The sweet remembrance of the just Shall flourish when she sleeps in dust.

(F. S.) Mrs. Abigail Potter

E-128 -Alice Potter – see Joanna Potter Harris

B-46 -Daniel H. Potter – see Perkins Potter

B-44 -Sacred to the memory of Daniel J. Potter, Private of CO. A, 14th Reg’t Mass. Volunteers, who departed this life at Fort Albany, Va. Nov. 26, 1861. Aged 22 years, where he had to serve his Country in her hour of trouble. The members of his company have caused this monument to be placed here as a token of their marked respect and esteem. As a soldier he was always at his post of duty, and beloved as a companion. As he lived a Christian, so he died.

Rest, loved one rest; amid our grief, Our earnest prayers arise, That all who loved him here on earth, May meet him in the skies.

(F. S.) D.J.P.

(Union Defender marker)

D-115 -Here lys buried Mrs. Elizabeth Potter who died March the 10, 1712 aged 83 years
a tender mother a prudent Wife at God’s command resigned her Life

(F. S.) E.P.

G-83 -Elizabeth Jewett Potter – see Henry Potter

G-47 -Harriett N. Potter – see Samuel P. Foster

G-83 -(front) Henry Potter, born Sept. 9, 1806 – died Feb. 28, 1856

His wife, Elizabeth Jewett, born Aug. 27, 1806 – died Aug. 19, 1887

(base) POTTER

(left) John H. Trow, born Apr. 3, 1829 – died May 28, 1860

His wife, Susan M. Potter, born Mar. 2, 1832 – died Feb. 25, 1895

(F. S.) WIFE HUSBAND MOTHER FATHER

E-128 -Joanna Potter – see Joanna Potter Harris

D-70 -Here lyes the body of Mr. John Potter dec’d. Sept. the 9th, 1718, in the 66th year of his age

(F. S.) J.P.

A-14 -In memory of Mr. John Potter who died November 7, 1800. Aged 70
Reader, attend to every call, Obey each warning voice, that cries, “prepare,” For every grave speaks loud to all, “Away from earth, there’s no abiding there.”

(F. S.) Mr. John Potter Mr. Samuel Potter

B-45 -Mary A., wife of Perkins Potter, Died Dec. 9, 1902, AEt. 92 y’rs, 2 mo’s
I cannot make it seem a day to dread, When from this dear earth I shall journey on To the still dearer country of the dead.

D-67 -Here lys buried the body of Moses Potter dec’d. Feb’y. the 23rd, 1717, in the 13 year of his age

B-46 -Perkins Potter – Died May 11, 1857, AEt. 53 y’rs
We have laid him here beneath the green sod, With hearts near breaking yet trusting in God; But the spirit we have lived ad cherished here, We hope to meet in a happier sphere.

Daniel H., son of Perkins and Mary A. Potter, died Apr. 22, 1836, AEt. 2 y’rs

(F. S.) D.P.

(M. M.) I. F. Fletcher, Lawrence

D-71 -Here lyes the body of Sarah Potter dau’r. to Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Sarah Potter, dec’d. April the 7th, 1736, in the 14th year of her age

(F. S.) S.P.

G-83 -Susan M. Potter – see Henry Potter

F-36 -(front) Jeremiah Prescott, 1812 – 1894

Caroline Caldwell Prescott, 1816 – 1898

(back) Edwin Mills, 1841 – 1917

His wife, Caroline W. Prescott, 1848 – 1928

Albert Mills, 1877 – 1877

(right) James W. Baston, 1906 – 1926

(F. S.) A.M. C.C.P. J.P. C.W.M. E.M. J.W.B.

(G. A. R. marker)

G-150 -Maria Rust Preston – see William Wallis Rust

G- 244 -PROCTOR

Alton E. Proctor, 1845 – 1923, Corp’l. CO. H, 2nd Reg’t. Mass. H. A.

Anna C., his wife, 1859 – 1929

G. N. W., 1880 – 1881

(Union Defender marker)

D-106 -(front) MOTHER SISTER

(back) Eliza Dunnels, Wife of William Pulsifer, Born Dec. 24, 1807 – Died Mar. 28, 1846

D-105 -Mrs. S. Pulsifer, 1831

(N. B. probably a footstone)

G-151 -Elizabeth S. Quimby, wife of James Quimby, born March 14, 1882 – Passed away Nov. 10, 1880
She made all around her, happy.

G-152 -My Husband, James Quimby, died Dec. 9, 1856, aged 38 yrs. 7 mos.
Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep, From which none ever wake to weep.

A-31 -Mary Radford – see Mary Radford Lord

B-190 -Mary Raynes – see Robert Stone

H-79 -(top) FATHER

(front) Ernest H. Reed, April 25, 1858 – April 11, 1891

(M. M.) H. P. Smith & Co., Boston

G-213 -Mabelle I. Reed – see Mabelle I. Reed Ellsworth

H-80 -MOTHER

Mary E. Sherburne, wife of Ernest H. Reed, April 23, 1858 – June 12, 1896

B-211 -Daniel, son of Daniel and Mary Richards, died June 24, 1849, aged 1 yr.

Sleep lovely babe it sleeps in death, It withered in the bud, It was only sent to show the earth The fairest works of God.

G-197 -Elizabeth Richards – see Stephen Baker

B-212 -Mary Jane daut. of Daniel and Mary F. Richards, died Aug. 8, 1848, aged 2 yrs.
In his arms who died to save thee, Rest the bright one till we come; Blessed be the God who gave thee And who called thee early home.

G-112 -Anna Wilson Dunnels Richardson – see John Manning Dunnels

G-112 -Edward Manning Richardson – see John Manning Dunnels

H-42 -Emily O. Richardson – see John C. Kimball

G-112 -James Edward Richardson – see John Manning Dunnels

G-112 -Paul Dunnels Richardson – see John Manning Dunnels

C-173 -Mrs. Irving Rigby, Died Dec. 2, 1878, Aged 45 yrs. 1 mo. 7 dys.

C-171 -In loving memory of Sarah Rigby, Born in Manchester, N. H. January 28, 1863 – Died in Florida, July 3, 1924

C-172 -Thomas Rigby – Died Aug. 22, 1884. Aged 56 yrs. 5 mos.

E-176 -Mr. Daniel Rindge, Born Jan. 26, 1721 – died Aug. 9, 1800

E-46 -Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Daniel Rindge, Aged 84 years, Dec’d. Nov’r. the 30th, 1738

(F. S.) Mr. Daniel Rindge

E-177 -Mr. John Rindge, Born Sept. 24, 1759 – Died Oct. 18, 1801

Mrs. Sarah Baker, his wife. Born Dec. 29, 1766 – Died Oct. 17, 1824

Mr. John Rindge, their son, died at sea Oct. 18, 1817, Aged 28 years

(F. S.) J.R. S.B.R.

E-176 -Mary Kimball Rindge – see Daniel Rindge

E-177 -Sarah Baker Rindge – see John Rindge

C-104 -Here Lyes buried the body of Daniel Rogers Esq’r. who dec’d. December the 1st, 1722, AEt. 56
Turbidus, ad Laetos Solari Lumine Portus, Sollicitos Nautas per mare fert Aquilo; Me Borealis Agens Nitidum super Aetheris Axem Justitiae Solis Luce beavit Hyems.

(F. S.) Daniel Rogers Esq’r.

C-100 -Daniel Rogers Esq. Died Sept. 23, 1816, AEt. 81

The grave’s soft bed his sacred dust contains, And with its God the soul in bliss remains, Faith was his bark, incessant prayer his oars, And hope his gale: that from these mortal shores Through death’s rough wave to heaven his spirit bore To enjoy his triumph, and to sigh no more.

(F. S.) D.R.

C-103 -Here Lyes Interr’d the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, relict of Mr. John Rogers (sometime) President of Harvard Colledge; and Daughter of Major-General Daniel Dennison of Ipswich, Who dec’d. July the 13th 1723 in the 82nd Year of her age.

(F. S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers

C-164 -Here lies buried the Body of Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers virtuous consort of Mr. Daniel Rogers of Ipswich and dau’r. of Mr. Will’m. and Mrs. Eliz’th. Simpkins of Boston who departed this life July 195h, A. D. 1765 in the 38th year of her age.

(F. S.) E.R. Elizabeth dau’r. of Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Eliz’th. Rogers, AEt. 14 mo.

C-98 -In Memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers amiable Consort of Mr. Daniel Rogers and daughter of the Rev’d. Mr. Nathaniel Rogers, who died Sept. the 22nd, A. D. 1774, in the 39th year of her age.

(F. S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers

C-187 -Elizabeth Rogers – see Coll. John Appleton

C-58 -Here lies Henry Rogers who died October the 22, 1721, in the 23 year of his age.

(F. S.) Henry Rogers

C-62 Here lies the body of Henry, the son of Mr. Benjamin and Susannah Roger, who died April the 14, 1723. Aged two months.

C-193 Lucy Rogers – see Mrs. Lucy Farley.

E-33 In memory of Mrs. Margaret Rogers, wife of Mr. William M. Rogers and daughter of Capt. Ammi R. Smith, who in firm hope for a glorious immortality departed this life Feb. 27, 1819, AEt. 33; uttering her last words, “Heaven opens on my eyes; my ears with songs Seraphic ring.” Also William, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, died Feb. 24, 1817 AEt. 21 days. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. (F.S.) M. R.

C-102 Marie Anne Rogers – see Marie Anne Rogers Ehrlacher.

C-101 Miss Martha Rogers born Jan. 29, 1785, died August 26, 1849. Friend after friend departs; Who hath not lost a friend! There is no union here of hearts, that finds not here an end. (M.M.) H. Brown, Salem. (F.S.) M. R.

D-5 Martha Rogers – see Martha Rogers Treadwell.

C-181 Martha Rogers – see Mrs. Martha Berry.

C-105 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Rogers daughter of Daniel Rogers Esq. and Mrs. Sarah, His wife, who decd. Oct. the 9th, 1723, AEt 21. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Rogers.

C-131 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Rogers the excellent consort to the Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Rogers and dau. of the Hon. (and Rev. Mr. John Leverett Esq.) who died June the 25th, 1757 AEt. 55. John xi, 25. Jesus said unto her I am the Resurrection and the Life; he that believeth in me, tho’ he were Dead yet shall he live. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Rogers.

C-99 Mary Rogers, relict of Daniel Rogers Esq. died Aug. 2, 1832, AEt. 86. Happy the dead who die in Christ; They from their cares and labours rest their holy works do follow them to the bright mansions of the blest. (F.S.) M. R.

C-191 Here lyes the body of Nathaniel (son of Mr. Daniel and Sarah Rogers) who died August the 31, 1712, aged —– (stone defaced)

C-156 In memory of the Rev. Nathaniel Rogers; who was more than 47 years, a faithful and beloved Pastor of the fist Church and Congregation in this place; Colleague of the first 18 years, with his venerable Father, the Rev. John Rogers of precious memory, whose dust lies near: Alone in office after, until death translated him to the high reward of his labors. He slept in Jesus, May 10th, A.D. 1775, AEt. 74. A mind profoundly great; a heart that felt the ties of nature, friendship and humanity; Distinguished wisdom, dignity of manners, these marked the man; but with superior grace the Christian shone, in faith and heavenly zeal, sweet peace, true goodness, and prevailing prayer. Dear Man of God! with what strong agonies he wresteled for his flock-and for the world! and like Apollos mighty in the Scriptures, opened the mysteries of love divine and the great name of Jesus! Warm from his lips the heavenly doctrine fell; and numbers rescued from the jaws of hell, shall hail him blest in realm of light unknown. And add immortal luster to his crown. (F.S.) Rev. Nathaniel Rogers.

C-126 Here lies buried the body of Richard Rogers of Ipswich Esq. Son of the Rev. Mr. John Rogers of Ipswich, who departed this life Nov. the 26th 1742 AEt. 39. (F.S.) R. R.

C-132 Here lies the body of Mrs. Sarah Rogers, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Rogers, who departed this life Dec. 21st, 1772, in the 39th year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Sarah Rogers, 1772.

E-33 William Rogers – see Mrs. Margaret Rogers.

B-190 Mary J. Rollins – see Robert Stone.

D-45 Here lies Mrs. Anne Roper, the wife of Mr. John Roper, died September the 4, 1721, aged 60 years and 14 days. (F.S.) blank.

D-176 Here lies what was mortal of Iohn Ropper who died November the 27th, 1709, and in the 60 year of his age.

A-77 Aaron P. Ross died Jan. 13, 1887, aged 87 yrs. 2 mos.

A-80 Abagail B. Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

A-59 Abigail Ross – see Thomas S. Ross.

G-221 (front) Albert. Mother, I am with you all. (back) Albert W., son of Nathan B. and Jane C. Ross past to Spirit Life Nov. 12, 1882, AE. 22 yrs. and 2 ds.

B-57 Ann M. dau. of B. K. and Martha A. Ross died Sept. 4, 1846, AE. 2 mos. 14 ds. (F.S.) A.M.R.

B-56 Benj. F. son of B. K. and Martha A. Ross died Mar. 8, 1845, AE. 2 mos. (F.S.) B. F. R.

A-80 Betsey Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

B-58 – Eliza Ross – see John Warner Ross.

B-187 Ella Ross, daughter of Wm. W. and Mary Ann Ross, died Sept. 15, 1849, aged 15 mos. and 15 days.

A-60 Elizabeth B. dau. of Thomas S. and Abigail Ross, died Dec. 9, 1843, AE. 18.

G-222 (front) Frankie. Weep not, our darling is an angel now; A Heavenly diadem upon his brow, he faded from us mid the spring time flowers, but dwells to day within immortal bowers. (back) Frankie C., son of Nathan B. and Jane C. Ross, passed away May 26, 1872, aged 1 year, 16 days.

A-33 Hannah Ross – see Josiah Kimball.

B-186 Hannah Ross – see Jeremiah Ross.

A-61 Hannah, wife of Thomas Ross, died Nov. 21, 1850, AE. 88 yrs.

A-80 James and John Ross (twins) – see Joseph L. Ross.

B-186 Jeremiah Ross died Jan. 19, 1834, AE. 66. Hannah, his widow, died Jan. 1, 1852. AE. 81. We miss them here. They have done with earth and gone to receive their reward.

A-80 John T. Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

B-58 Father. Mother. John Warner Ross (lost at sea) 1814-1850. His wife, Eliza Ross, 1818-1890. Erected by their daughter, Lizzie L. Hanscom.

A-80 (front) Joseph L. Ross, 1766-1850. His wife, Mary Willcomb, 1775-1865. (base) Ross. (left) Children of J. L. and M. W. Ross; Mary W. 1796-1882. Joseph L. 1798-1879. James and John, twin sons, 1799-1799. Abagail B. 1801-1810. Samuel 1803-1856. John T. 1810-1874. (right) Abbie B., wife of Eben Kimball, 1814-1886. (back) Samuel Ross, 1740-1799. His wife, Sarah Lakeman, 1738-1821. Children of S. and S. L. Ross. Lydia, 1763-1838. Betsey, 1768-1838. Polly, 1779-1827.

B-182 Joseph W. Ross was drowned Aug. 4, 1841, AE. 47 yrs. Sarah, his wife, died Sept. 18, 1843. AE. 47 yrs.

A-80 Lydia Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

A-76 Lydia H., wife of Aaron P. Ross, died Dec. 2, 1882, aged 82 yrs. 2 mos.

A-80 Mary W. Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

A-80 Polly Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

A-80 Samuel Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

B-182 Sarah Ross – see Joseph W. Ross.

A-80 Sarah Lakeman Ross – see Joseph L. Ross.

B-55 Stephen B. son of B. K. and Martha A. Ross died April 20, 1844, AE. 2 yrs. 10 ms. and 9 days. (F.S.) S. B. R.

A-62 Thomas Ross died Oct. 25, 1841, AE. 86. (S.A.R. marker.)

A-59 Thomas S. Ross died Aug. 12, 1838, aged 48. Also his wife Abigail, died Nov. 4, 1834, aged 38.

G-188 Katie Wardwell, daughter of Rev. L. S. and T. W. Rowland, born Oct. 27, 1865; died June 13, 1877. The First Born.

G-189 Tace Wardwell, wife of Rev. L. S. Rowland, born Ipswich, Apr. 15, 1835, died Saratoga, N.Y. Mar. 23, 1873.

G-40 Albert Russell – see Israel K. Jewett.

H-47 Ann M. Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

H-47 Annie E. Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

E-123 In memory of Caroline Augusta, daughter of Ebenr. and Mary S. Russell who died Oct. 2, 1841; aged 15 yrs, 9 mos. and 20 days. Weep not for me, she calmly said, as with a smile, her spirit fled.

B-35 Catharine Russell – see Henry Russell.

E-113 Sacred to the memory of Daniel Russell who departed this life Dec. 29, 1837, aged 70 years. He left this world, his toils are o’er, free from all sorrow, grief, and pain; to us he will return no more, be we shall meet with him again. (M.M.) Wm. Harlow Jr. Boston. (F.S.) D. R.

E-117 Daniel Russell died Dec. 11, 1849; AEt. 56. Ye fleeting streams of earth farwell, your springs of joy are dry my soul now seeks another home. A brighter world on high. Farewell ye friends whose tender care has long engaged my love; Your fond embrace I now exchange for better friends above. (F.S.) D. R.

E-119 In memory of Daniel A., son of Daniel and Mary Russell, who died June 24, 1834, aged 1 year, 9 months, and 18 days. Life’s morning sun shone bright and gay, the future, seemed with flowers spread; but clouds obsqur’d thy early day, and cherished hopes took wings and fled. (F.S.) D. A. R.

H-47 (front) Daniel S. Russell, October 9, 1825, February 6, 1888. His wife, Ann M. Russell, August 30, 1822, September 23, 1903. (base) Russell. (right) Children of D. S. and A. M. Russell. Edwin Q., July 4, 1851, March 15, 1853. Samuel B., September 5, 1849, July 6, 1857. Annie E., April 22, 1854, January 22, 1880. (left) William Russell, 1795-1836. His wife, Martha S. Russell, 1795-1875. (M.M.) H. P. Smith & Co., Boston.

A-73 (front) David Russell, born Dec. 18, 1808, died Dec. 2, 1879. At Rest. His wife, Susan W. Lakeman, born Sept. 16, 1812, died Feb. 21, 1888. (base) Russell. (right) Children of D. and S. W. Russell. Lucy S. born Aug. 23, 1848, died Aug. 23, 1850. Sarah W. L. born Aug. 1, 1853, died Aug. 27, 1862. (back) Children – George H. born Aug. 18, 1851, died Nov. 10, 1891. Susan M. Russell wife of Augustine Brown. Born Feb. 8, 1846, Died Oct. 12, 1917. (left) John W. Russell, 1842-1930. His wife Emma D. Lamson, 1845-1928.

E-122 In memory of Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer and Mary S. Russell, who died June 10, 1822; aged 17 days.

E-121 In memory of Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer and Mary S. Russell, who died Oct. 8, 1838; aged 16 years and 23 days. Beneath this stone so feebly reared, dear Eben gently sleeps; Here shall the sighs of grief be heard, for here his friends will weep.

H-47 Edwin Q. Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

G-124 Eliza H. Russell – see Maynard Russell.

B-133 Elizabeth, 1901 – 1908, daughter of A. T. and A. F. Russell.

H-65 (front) George Russell died Apr. 4, 1884, aged 60 yrs. His wife Nancy S. died Mar. 28, 1884, aged 55 yrs. Their daughter, Nellie, died Mar. 20, 1858, aged 3 mos. (base) Russell. (right) William H. Russell M. D., Feb. 22, 1860-June 7, 1909. God knows why. His wife, Harriett A., Sept. 12, 1852, Dec. 8, 1915. (left) Leslie Low Hovey died Apr. 13, 1902, aged 4 yrs. 2 mos. It was Gods Will.

A-73 George H. Russell – see David Russell.

G-40 Hannah T. Jewett Russell – see Israel K. Jewett.

E-118 Harriet Russell died Jan. 24, 1853, AEt. 22 yrs. 7 mos. And when you come to view my grave, and sorrow’s cup runs o’er; Remember soon we meet again, in Heaven to part no more. (F.S.) H. R.

H-65 Harriett A. Russell – see George Russell. *Harriett C. Russell died Feb. 25, 1906, aged 31 years, 5 months, and 7 days. She was the daughter of John Russell.

B-35 Beneath this stone rests the remains of Henry Russell and Catharine his wife. He died Dec. 16, 1843, aged 86; She on the following day, aged 78. He was a Soldier of The American Revolution, simple in manners, pure in morals, industrious, virtuous, pious. She was faithful and affectionate in all the relations of life. Patience, fortitude, resignation, unshaken trust in God and the promises of the Saviour, sustained and consoled her through a long and painful illness; and her end was serene and peaceful. Their youngest son, from sentiments of filial affection has erected this stone to their memory. (S.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) H. R., C. R.

G-113 (front) Henry F. Russell, Apr. 26, 1831- Sept. 29, 1901. His wife, Margaret B. Lord, Aug. 17, 1833-Aug. 1, 1909. (base) Russell. (right) George W. Starkey, June 7, 1859-July 3, 1916. (base) Starkey. (back) Children of G. W. and A. W. Starkey. Pearl Manning, Apr. 8, 1884-Apr. 13, 1884. Margaret Madeline July 28, 1897-Aug. 14, 1897. (F.S.) Father, H.F.R., Mother, M.B.L., G.W.S., Madeline, Pearl. (Union Defender marker.)

E-120 In memory of James Monroe, son of Ebenr. and Mary S. Russell, who died May 4, 1830; aged 20 mos. and 17 days.

F-27 J. W. Russell, Co. F. 14 Me. Inf. (G. A. R. marker.)

C-117 Lucy Russell, 1805-1870. Hannah Lord Sherburne, 1802-1879. David A. Lord, 1826-1861. Herbert Lord, 1859-1860.

A-73 Lucy S. Russell – see David Russell.

A-67 Lucy S. dau. of David and Susan Russell, died Aug. 23, 1850 AEt. 2 yrs. We have loved her on earth, and we’ll meet her in heaven. (F.S.) L.S.R.

G-113 Margaret B. Lord Russell – see Henry Russell.

H-47 Martha S. Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

G-62 Martha Russell – see Charles Choate.

G-124 (front) Maynard Russell, born Oct.10, 1834; died June 7, 1921. Eliza A., wife of Maynard Russell, born Dec. 26, 1833; died May 8, 1879. (base) Russell. (right) Joseph H. Lord, born Jan. 16, 1820; died Jan. 9, 1899. Lucy M. Lord, born May 25, 1822; died Jan. 11, 1899. John F. Lord, born Dec. 2, 1845; died Oct. 26, 1900. (base) Lord. (back) Charles R. Lord, born Aug. 25, 1849; died Dec. 8, 1879. (F.S.) Mother. Father.

H-65 Nancy S. Russell – see George Russell.

H-65 Nellie Russell – see George Russell.

H-47 Samuel B. Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

E-111 Sacred to the memory of Sarah Russell, wife of Daniel Russell, who departed this life July 4, 1841, aged 66 years. Sleep, mother, sleep, in slumber blest, it joys my heart to se thee rest: Unfelt in sleep, thy load of sorrow, breathes free and thoughtless of tomorrow. (F.S.) S.R.

A-73 Sarah W. L. Russell – see David Russell.

G-204 Susan M. Russell – see Susan Mary Russell Smith.

A-73 Susan W. Lakeman Russell – see David Russell.

H-47 William Russell – see Daniel S. Russell.

H-65 William H. Russell – see George Russell.

G-150 Hannah Jane Rust – see William Wallis Rust.

C-25 Hannah P. Haskell died Dec. 15, 1827, aged 20 yrs. 2 mos. Mary J. Pettengill died Feb. 24, 1839, aged 30 yrs. 4 mos. Wives of William W. Rust.

F-9 Sacred to the memory of Mary Rust, born Nov. 27, 1770, died April 10, 1825. To my mother, Richard Sutton Rust.

G-150 Mary Caldwell Rust – see William Wallis Rust.

C-25 Mary J. Pettengill Rust – see Hannah Haskell Rust.

G-150 William Wallis Rust, 1804-1885. Mary Caldwell Rust, 1810-1884. Hannah Jane Rust, 1845-1910. Matilda Rust Downes, 1834-1884. Maria Rust Preston, 1850-1932. (base) Rust. (F.S.) H.J.R., M.R.O., M.R.P., M.C.R., W.W.R.

G-120 (front) Aaron A. Rutherford, 1831-1911. His wife, Lucy A. Gould, 1830-1909. (base) Rutherford. (right) John Rutherford, 1790-1874. His wife, Mary Glasier, 1794-1884. (left) Henry W. Rutherford, 1872-1873. Annie L. Rutherford, 1870-1889.

G-140 Ann. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry and Martha S. Rutherford, died Feb. 16, 1854, AE. 1 yr. 10 ms. Rest, little loved one, rest we would not mourn for thee, for thou are now among the blest where we will meet with thee. (M.M.) T. Fletcher, Lawrence.

G-120 Annie L. Rutherford – see Aaron Rutherford.

D-28 (front) Rutherford. (back) Daniel Rogers Rutherford, Feb. 28, 1824-Feb. 19, 1893. His wife, Lucy Maria, Feb. 21, 1826-Oct. 4, 1891. *George Rutherford died Sept. 6, 1912, aged 61 years, 9 months. He was the son of Samuel and Martha Dole Rutherford.

G-141 Grace M. Rutherford – see Henry Rutherford.

G-141 Henry Rutherford, 1829-1867. His wife, Martha S. Hodgdon, 1834-1910. Grace M. Rutherford, 1863-1887.

G-120 Henry W. Rutherford – see Aaron Rutherford.

G-120 John Rutherford – see Aaron Rutherford.

G-120 Lucy A. Gould Rutherford – see Aaron Rutherford.

D-28 Lucy Maria Rutherford – see Daniel Rogers Rutherford.

G-145 Martha J. Rutherford, Nov. 12, 1831, June 28, 1899. At Rest. Erected by her sister, Mary A. Clark.

G-141 Martha S. Hodgdon Rutherford – see Henry Rutherford.

G-120 Mary Glasier Rutherford – see Aaron Rutherford.

G-144 Samuel P. Rutherford, Apr. 7, 1826; July 20, 1897. Gone, but not forgotten.

*Alonzo Safford died June 6, 1898, aged 23 years. He was the son of Jacob C. and Emma Jane Mitchell Safford.

B-11 Sacred to the memory of Ebenezer Safford who departed this life Aug. 24, 1815, aged 67 years. (F.S.) E. S.

D-113 Here lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Safford the 3d wife of Mr. Daniel Safford who departed this life Dec. the 21st, 1777, aged 65 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Safford, 1777. *Jacob Safford died May 23, 1907, aged 67 years, 11 months, and 24 days. He was the son of James Safford and Peley Cheever Safford. *Jane Augusta Safford died July 31, 1905, aged 74 years. She was the daughter of James and Pelee Cheever Safford.

B-10 Miss Lucy Safford died March 12, 1851, aged 76. (F.S.) L. S.

D-116 Sara Safford (daughter of John and Sara Safford) who died Iuly the 21, 1712, aged 47 years. Reader consider and stand in aw, doe not sin keep Gods law.

H-20 Carrie A. Lord, wife of Edward Sampson, July 18, 1842-Apr. 28, 1895.

E-29 Lucy Savory – see Samuel Lord.

G-10 Abigail H. Sawyer – see George Dawson.

B-77 Elizabeth Sawyer died Nov. 10, 1842, AEt. 85 yrs.

B-75 Sacred to the memory of James Brown Sawyer, who died Sept. 6, 1840, aged 81 yrs. (F.S.) J. R. S.

B-72 Sarah Sawyer – see Sarah Sawyer Lord.

B-76 Susanna Sawyer died Nov. 23, 1825, AT. 71 yrs. (M.M.) A. H. Lord, Salem.

C-175 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Martha Sayer, wife of Joseph Sayer Esq. died Sept. the 6, 1738 in the 32d year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Martha Sayer.

*Elmira L. Scott died Apr. 13, 1895, aged 85 years, 10 months. She was the widow of Perley Scott and the daughter of William and Polly Hovey Stone.

A-5 Elizabeth Seward – see Moses Seward.

B-175 Elizabeth Seward – see Mary and Elizabeth Seward Lord.

B-175 Mary Seward – see Mary and Elizabeth Seward Lord.

A-5 Moses Seward died July 4, 1821, aged 27 years. Also his wife, Elizabeth Seward, died Sept. 9, 1861. Aged 65 years. “Blessed are the dead-that have died in the Lord.” (F.S.) M.S., E.S.

B-179 Mother. Annis, wife of John Shatswell, died Oct. 3, 1872, AEt. 71 yrs. 5 mos. and 15 dys. Fold her O Father in thine arms and let her henceforth be.

E-152 In memory of Mrs. Mary Shatswell wife of Mr. Nath. Shatswell, who departed this life May, 13th, 1786; In the 26th year of her age. Behold all you that do pass by, As you are now so once was I; As I am now so you must be, prepare for death and follow me. (F.S.) Mrs. Mary Shatswell.

B-177 Mary White Shatswell – see Nathaniel Shatswell.

E-154 Mr. Nathaniel Shatswell died Dec. 16, 1824, AEt. 65. This spot contains the ashes of the just, who sought no honors, who betrayed no trust. This truth he prov’d, in every path he trod, an honest man’s the noblest work of God.

B-177 (left) Nathaniel Shatswell, Col. 1st. Mass. H.A., Nov. 26, 1834-Dec. 14, 1905. His wife, Mary White, Apr. 7, 1835-Feb. 7, 1898. (base) Shatswell. (right) John Shatswell, 1803-1873. Annis Shatswell, 1801-1872. (F.S.) N.S., M.W.S. (G.A.R. marker.)

D-119 Sacred to the memory of Moses Shatswell who died March 26, 1845; AE. 76 yrs. Dust to its narrow house beneath, soul to its place on high, they that have seen thy look in death, no more may fear to die. (F.S.) blank.

D-120 Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah, wife of Moses Shatswell, who died Sept. 14, 1838; aged 70. Nor art nor virtue could redeem from death nor anxious love prolong her lab’ring breath; conjugal bands asunder must be torn, and thou, surviving partner, left to mourn; But let her virtues now your grief suppress, and wait reluctant till you meet in bliss. (F.S.) S.S.

D-121 In memory of Miss Sarah Shatswell, daughter of Mr. Moses and Mrs. Sarah Shatswell, who died Nov. 5, 1821, AEt. 26. In youthful bloom my sorrows end, adieu vain world, farewell my friends, in Jesus’ arms I lay my head, and take my place among the dead.

G-148 (front) Mother. (back) Almira L. Shattuck, born Aug. 22, 1833, died Dec. 25, 1913. *James Shattuck died Mar. 20, 1885, aged 40 years.

G-149 (front) Father. None knew him but to love, none names him but to praise. (back) Milton B. Shattuck, born Mar. 17, 1829; died May 29, 1884. (Union Defender marker.)

A-81 Thomas Shaw and his wife – see Falconer.

G-56 God is love, In Heaven there’s rest. Abraham C. Sherburne died Mar. 28, 1855, AEt. 40 yrs. (F.S.) A. C. S.

G-57 At evening time it shall be light. Elizabeth, wife of Abraham C. Sherburne, died April 9, 1876, aged 80 yrs. An affectionate mother, and true friend, beloved on earth, now rejoiceth in the sunlight of eternal love.

G-59 Geo. W. Sherburne, Co. D. 48 Mass. Inf. (G.A.R. marker.) (N.B. He died March 14, 1909, aged 71 years, 10 months.)

C-117 Hannah Lord Sherburne – see Lucy Russell.

H-82 John T. Sherburn died March 9, 1900, aged 74 yrs., 4 mos. At Rest. (G.A.R. marker.)

G-60 Lizzie Sherburne – see Martha A. Blake Sherburne.

H-81 Louise J., wife of John T. Sherburne died July 9, 1902, aged 67 years.

G-60 (front) Mother At Rest. (back) Martha N. Blake, wife of George W. Sherburne, 1838-1884. Lizzie, 1864-1864. Lizzie E., 1866-1877. (F.S.) Lizzie. Lizzie E.

H-80 Mary E. Sherburne – see Mary E. Sherburne Reed.

H-83 Mother. Sarah A. Pinder, wife of John T. Sherburne, 1827-1874. (F.S.) S. S.

D-51 David Simons, son of David and Jean Simons, died March the 11th, 1714/15, aged 1 year, 10 months, and 16 days. (F.S.) David Simons.

C-164 Elizabeth Simpkins – see Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers.

A-30 Aaron Smith, born Sept. 16, 1763, died Nov. 9, 1849. Eunice Lord, his wife, born Aug. 5, 1770, died Mar. 18, 1825.

D-96 Aaron Smith – see Capt. Samuel Smith.

B-170 Abbie H., wife of Samuel R. Smith, died August 18, 1890, aged 80 years, 11 months, 5 days. * Abigail H. Smith, widow of Rogers Smith and daughter of Nathaniel and Margaret Buckman Phillips, died Aug. 18, 1890, aged 81 years. (N.B. Possibly the same as the above.)

G-218 Addie Warren Smith – see George H. Smith.

E-31 In memory of Ammi R. Smith Esq. who died January 28th, 1836, aged 71 years. In every relation in life, just honorable, and affectionate; His highest praise – a Christian. Affection will cherish his memory. (F.S.) A. R. S.

C-34 In memory of Mr. Andrew Smith who departed this life July 23d, 1797, aged 40 years. When will that glorious morning rise when the last Trumpet sounds, and call the Nations to the skies, from underneath the ground? (F.S.) Mr. And. Smith. (S.A.R. marker.)

G-201 Mother. Aroline F. wife of John H. Smith, born Jan. 15, 1831, died Aug. 22, 1867. (F.S.) Baby.

G-160 (front) Benjamin Smith. (back) Benjamin H. Smith, born Sept. 20, 1825, died Oct. 5, 1881.

G-161 Father. Benjamin Smith died Dec. 17, 1850, aged 55 yrs. Mother. Lucy Smith, died Dec. 8, 1883, aged 89 yrs., 10 mos. There is rest for the weary.

E-228 Dea. Charles Smith died Aug. 17, 1867, AEt. 66 yrs, 6 mo., and 11ds. In that pure home of tearless joy, Earth’s parted friends shall meet, with smiles of love that never fade, and blessedness complete. (F.S.) blank.

B-143 Charles H. Smith – see Henry R. Smith. *Charles W. Smith died Sept. 29, 1910, aged 75 years, 9 months, and 19 days. He was the son of John Smith and Hannah Lord, a veteran of the Civil War. *Charlotte P. Smith – see Charlotte P. Chapman.

E-6 Daniel Smith died Aug. 16, 1870, AEt. 86 yrs, 9 mos. (F.S.) D. S.

G-218 Edward P. Smith – see George H. Smith.

D-96 Edward Smith – see Capt. Samuel Smith. *Edward P. Smith died Aug. 14, 1888, aged 56 years, 8 months. He was the son of Daniel B. and Charlotte Smith.

D-202 Here lies the body of Elizabeth Smith, who was daughter of Mr. John Damreal and wife of Anthony Smith, who died January the 4, 1715/16. Aged 26 years.

D-163 Here lies the body of Mrs. Elisebeth Smith, the wife of Mr. Daniel Smith, who deceased May the 14th, 1717, in the 40th year of her age. They that dye in the Lord are blest for all there sorrows they do rest and are of endless joyes possest. (F.S.) Mrs. Elisabeth Smith.

E-7 Elizabeth Smith, died Dec. 8, 1863. AEt. 74 yrs. “Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.” (F.S.) E. S.

G-218 Ella J. Averill Smith – see George H. Smith.

B-143 Emma D. Smith – see Henry R. Smith.

G-185 Emma F. Smith – see Joseph Smith Jr.

B-3 Ephraim Smith (son of Thomas and Martha Smith) died Sept. the 4, 1720, aged 28 years. (F.S.) Ephraim Smith.

E-61 Ephraim Jewett Smith (two of them) – see children of Mr. Nathaniel Smith. *Ethel Adel Smith, daughter of Harry P. and Flotie S. Elder Smith, died Sept. 16, 1890, aged 4 yrs., 10 months.

G-43 Eunice J. Smith died December 25, 1859. AEt. 31 yrs., 6 mos. In heaven there is rest.

G-162 Eunice K. Smith – see Wm. H. Smith.

A-30 Eunice Lord Smith – see Aaron Smith.

D-85 Ezekial Smith – see Moses Smith.

G-218 (front) George H. Smith, March 31, 1855-December 6, 1917. His wife, Ella J. Averill, April 7, 1856-January 23, 1902. (base) Smith. (left) John Warren, August 23, 1802-October 18, 1879. His wife, Abigail M. Blake, September 17, 1803-December 13, 1893. Their son, Jesse Warren, September 7, 1837-June 18, 1916. (right) Edward P. Smith, December 14, 1831-August 14, 1888. His wife, Addie Warren, May 10, 1835-December 13, 1859. (F.S.) A.W.S., E.P.S., Mother. E.J.A.S., Father. G.H.S., (Union Defender marker.)

B-168 A bud, plucked by God to bloom in Heaven. In memory of George Phillips, youngest son of Samuel R. and Abbie H. Smith, who died Jan. 23, 1849, aged 3 years, 7 months.

G-185 George W. Smith – see Joseph Smith Jr.

D-34 Gilburt Smith, son of Ebenezer and Mary Smith, died April the 9th, 1716, aged 28 days.

D-179 Here lies Mrs. Hanah Smith, wife of Mr. Richard Smith, died May the 9th, 1722, in the 80th years of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Hannah Smith.

E-92 Mrs. Hannah Smith – see Mr. Nathaniel Smith.

D-96 Hannah Smith – see Capt. Samuel Smith.

G-185 Harriet Smith – see Joseph Smith Jr.

G-203 (front) Husband (back) Harrison Smith, September 7, 1829, October 29, 1894. (M.M.) H. P. Smith and Co., Boston.

B-143 (front) Henry R. Smith, Dec. 10, 1842 – Jan. 20, 1915. Corp. Co. 1, 19th Regt. Mass. Vols. His wife, Emma Delue, Mar. 21, 1853-June 10, 1929. (back) Charles H. Smith, son of Henry R. and Emma D. Smith, July 7, 1876-Aug. 28, 1876. (Union Defender marker.)

D-10 In memory of Mr. Jacob Smith who died March 4th, 1789, aged 92 years. Also Mrs. Lydia, his wife, who died March 17th, 1772, aged 76 years. Happy exchange to part with all below for worlds of bliss, where joys unceasing flow. (F.S.) Mr. Jacob and Mrs. Lydia Smith. *James Smith, son of James and Elizabeth Smith, died June 27, 1888, aged 60 years.

G-44 Husband. James C. Smith, September 30, 1852 – June 6, 1891.

G-42 James W. Smith – see John W. Smith.

D-93 Here lyes the body of Iohn Smith (son of Mr. Richard Smith) who died May the 20th, 1713, AEtates 36. For this departed soul and all the rest that Christ hath purchased, they shall be blest those must transgress, the rules of charity who do object, or in the least deny, that this immortal soul, is now convey’d to heaven’s Glory, by the Angels aide.

D-92 John Smith, son of John Smith, died April the 6, 1714, aged 8 months. (F.S.) John Smith the child of God with much patience bore the rod.

D-94 Here lyes buried the Body of Capt. John Smith who departed this life July the 11th, 1768, in 62d year of his age. (F.S.) Capt. John Smith.

G-164 Jno. A. Smith, Co. A. 1 Mass. Cav. (Union Defender Marker.)

G-162 John A. Smith – see Wm. H. Smith.

G-202 Father. John H. Smith, a native of Ipswich, born April 8, 1819, died May 25, 1882.

G-42 (front) John W. Smith died Monday, May 6, 1889, aged 73 yrs, 3 mos. Lucy A. Smith died Tuesday, July 2, 1889, aged 71 yrs., 10 mos., and 3 days. (base) Smith. (right) James W. Smith, Nov. 23, 1843-Feb. 19, 1895. (N.B. Joseph Smith died May 16, 1881, at the age of 98 years, 4 months. Lucy L., his daughter, died Sept. 4, 1890, at the age of 67 years. Both were buried on the easterly side of the central path, and on the northerly side of the stone erected to the memory of Aaron Kimball, 17–. This information from work of T.F.W.)

G-185 (front) Joseph Smith Jr., Nov. 11, 1816-Dec. 29, 1894. His wife, Harriet N. Smith, April. 21, 1816-July 1, 1901. (base) Smith. (right) Harriet A. Smith, Dec. 11, 1845-Nov. 21, 1874. (back) George W. Smith, Sept. 18, 1853-April 27, 1913. His wife, Emma F. Smith, July 7, 1856-Aug. 23, 1927. (F.S.) Mother. E.F.S., Father. G.W.S., Harriet A., Father. Mother.

G-190 Josephine P., wife of George W. Smith, died Dec. 9, 1877, aged 20 yrs, and 4 mos. Yet again we hope to meet thee when the day of life is fled, then in Heaven with joy to greet thee, where no farewell tear is shed. (M.M.) Moran and Dutton, Lowell.

E-91 Tribute of affection to the memory of Miss Lois C. Smith, daughter of Nath. and Mary Smith, who died Oct. 1805, aged 21 years. Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Mary Smith, wife of Mr. Nath. Smith, who died March 29, 1808. Aged 63 years. (F.S.) L.C.S., M.S.

B-171 Lucy, dau. of Capt. Ammi R. and Sarah Smith, Sept. 26, 1817-Feb. 8, 1903.

G-161 Lucy Smith – see Benjamin Smith. *Lucy Smith, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Lord Smith, died Sept. 4, 1890, aged 67 years, 5 months. See Joseph Smith (No number).

G-42 Lucy A. Smith – see John W. Smith.

G-162 Lucy Ann Smith – see Wm. H. Smith.

E-97 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Lydia Smith, the wife of James Smith, who departed this life August 18, 1768, aged 25 years and 7 months. (F.S.) Lydia Smith.

D-11 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Lydia Smith, wife of Mr. Jacob Smith, who died March 17th, 1772, in the 77th year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Lydia Smith.

D-10 Mrs. Lydia Smith – see Mr. Jacob Smith.

E-33 Margaret Smith – see Mrs. Margaret Rogers.

D-27 Here lyes the body of Mary Smith, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary Smith, who died March the 23, 1718. Aged seven weeks and two days. (F.S.) Mary Smith.

E-91 Mrs. Mary Smith – see Miss Lois C. Smith.

G-45 Mary A., wife of James C. Smith, died Oct. 2, 1883, aged 29 yrs, 3 mos. *Mary Jane Smith, daughter of Richmond Barton, died Oct. 15, 1910, aged 73 years, 4 months, 8 days.

E-94 Mrs. Mary Lynde Smith, wife of Dr. Nath. Smith, died Nov. 11, 1817, aged 73 years. (M.M.) A. Carey. (F.S.) M.L.S.

D-85 (front) Moses Smith, son of Daniel Smith, died April the 18th, 1715, aged 3 years, 6 months, and 28 days. (back) Ezekial Smith, son of Daniel Smith, died April the 12th, 1712, aged 3 months and 6 days.

D-174 In memory of Mr. Moses Smith who died March 19, 1829; aged 81 years. No earthly friend could longer save my mortal body from the grave; nor can the grace confine me here when Christ in judgement doth appear. (F.S.) M.S.

E-92 In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Smith, who departed this life Sept. 17th, 1762, in the 51st year of his age. In memory of Mrs. Hannah Smith, relict of Mr. Nath. Smith, who departed this life July 30th, 1781, in the 64th year of her age. (F.S.) Mr. Nath. Smith. Mrs. Hannah Smith.

E-61 This Monument is erected in memory of 3 children of Mr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Mary Smith. An infant daughter 6 hours old, born April 15th, 1769. 1st Ephraim Jewett Smith died Nov. 7th, 1778, aged 18 months. 2d Ephraim Jewett Smith died Oct. 30, 1783, aged 21 months. (F.S.) An infant, 1st Eph. J. Smith, 2d Eph. J. Smith.

E-93 In memory of Doctor Nathaniel Smith, who died in Newburyport, November 25, 1823, aged 53 years. An angel’s arm can’t snatch me from the grave; Legions of angels can’t confine me there. (F.S.) N. S. *Nathaniel P. Smith died July 19, 1884, aged 57 years.

C-177 Here lies Mrs. Prudence Smith, the wife of Mr. Stephen Smith, died July the 14, 1721, in the 34th year of her age.

D-193 Here lyes the body of Mr. Richard Smith aged 85 years, died Sept. the 24, 1714.

D-173 Ruth, wife of Moses Smith, died Dec. 24, 1844, AE. 94. Mourn not for me, dry up your tears, I must lie here, till Christ appears. (F.S.) R. S.

G-126 Ruth Smith – see Ruth Smith Baker.

D-96 Capt. Samuel Smith found a watery grave July 1806, aged 44 yrs. Hannah, widow of Capt. Samuel Smith, died Aug. 22, 1834, aged 64 yrs. Also their children: Samuel, found a watery grave, 1811, aged 22 yrs. Aaron found a watery grave, 1819, aged 23 yrs. Edward, found a watery grave, 1828, aged 21 yrs. (F.S.) blank.

B-169 Samuel R. Smith, died March 5, 1876, aged 74 years, 10 months.

D-55 Sarah Smith, daughter of John Smith, died April the 23, 1714, in the 5 year of her age. (F.S.) blank.

E-32 Beneath this cold clod lies the mortal part of Mrs. Sarah Smith, the amiable consort of Capt. Ammi Smith, who departed this life Aug. the 18th, 1797, aged 31 years. Farewell surviving friends, my sun went down at noon, prepare yourselves for death for you must follow soon. (F.S.) Mrs. Sarah Smith.

E-30 Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah Smith, wife of Ammi R. Smith, who died April 23, 1849; aged 76 years. A devoted wife, an affectionate Mother, a humble Christian. (M.M.) A. Carey, Boston. (F.S.) S. S.

G-200 Sarah W. Smith – see Sarah W. Hadley.

B-5 Here lyes buried the body of Sary, daughter of Thomas and Martha Smith, who died August the 19, 1704, and in the 18 year of her age.

E-252 Susan D., wife of Dea. Charles Smith, died June 18, 1861, AEt. 57 yrs. 7 mos. Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleep! From which none ever wake to weep: A calm and undisturbed repose, Unbroken by the last of foes.

G-204 Susan M. Russell, wife of Harrison Smith, born Aug. 23, 1826; died May 28, 1871.

E-166 Here lies interred the body of Mrs. Susanna Smith, wife of Capt. John Smith, who departed this life Dec. 26th, 1781, aged 82. Why should we mourn departed friends? Or shake at death’s alarms? ‘Tis but the voice that Jesus sends to call them to his arms. Are we not tending upward too as fast as time can move? Nor would we wish the hours more slow to keep us from our Love. Why should ye tremble to convey their bodies to the tomb? There the dear flesh of Jesus lay and left a long perfume. The graves of all his saints he blessed and softened every bed: Where should the dying members rest but with the dying Head? (F.S.) Mrs. Susanna Smith.

G-162 Thomas R. Smith – see Wm. H. Smith.

G-163 T. R. Smith, Co. A. Mass. H. A. (Union Defender marker.)

G-162 (front) Wm. H. Smith, 1826-1917. Eunice K. Smith, 1824-1908. (base) Smith. (back) Lucy Ann Smith, 1828-1858. John A. Smith, Co. A. 1st Mass Cavalry, 1833-1864. Thomas R. Smith, Co. A. 1st Mass Heavy Artillery, 1834-1868.

C-217 Charles Souther- see Mary Souther.

C-217 In memory of Mary, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Souther, who died Oct. 31, 1826, aged 24 years, 4 mos. Happy the heart by grace inclined, early to leave the world behind, and follow wisdom; now she knows, the heaven that from religion grows. Also, Charles, son of Timothy and Eliza P. Souther, who died Oct. 20, 1825, aged 7 mos. So faids the lovely blooming flower. (F.S.) M.S., C.S.

D-39 Here lyes buried the body of Nathaniel Souther who departed this life June the 10th, 1768, in the 46th years of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Nathaniel Souther.

D-41 Here lies the remains of Mr. Timothy Souther who departed this life Aug. 5th, 1766, in the 27th year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Timothy Souther, 1766.

*Jannie Spencer-see Jannie Spencer Stewart.

B-49 Abigail H. Jewett Spiller – see Daniel L. Spiller.

B-49 Sister. Abigail H. Jewett, wife of John Spiller, born Sept. 3, 1804, died May 31, 1876. At Rest. (F.S.) A.H.S., Hannah N., daughter of Daniel N. and Susan Spiller, died Nov. 2, 1849; AEt. 23. I’ll bid you now a last farewell; With loving breaking heart, I trust in heaven we soon shall meet and never more will part. (N.B.) This stone disappeared, copied by T. F. W. Stone No. A -30 Daniel Spiller, in the Highlands cemetery, covers part of the inscription.)

G-69 David Spiller – see John H. Varrell. “Thy will be done.”

B-101 Hannah Spiller – see Thomas Spiller.

H-*Harriett M. Spiller – see Capt. Richard R. Weymouth.

E-19 Hepsebah Spiller – see Hepsebah Spiller Standley. *John Spiller died Dec. 4, 1883, aged 85 years, 1 month.

B-101 Thomas Spiller died March 7, 1844, AEt. 88. Hannah, his wife, died July 13, 1849, AEt. 86. And as we have borne the Image of the earthy, we shall also bear the Image of the Heavenly. (M.M.) B. Day, Lowell. (F.S.) T.S. and H. S.

G-69 Susan Spiller – see John H. Varrell.

B-49 Susan L. Fuller Spiller – see Daniel N. Spiller.

C-163 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Sarah Stace, the wife of Capt. Simon Stace, who died the 21 of November, 1711, aged 74 years. (F.S.) S.S.

F-31 Hannah B. Stacey – see Aaron Cogswell.

C-162 Here lyes buried the body of Capt. Simon Stace aged about 63 years, Decd. October the 27, 1699. (F.S.) blank.

E-134 Erected in memory of Susanna Stacey, who departed his life Oct. 25th, 1775, aged 10 years, the only daughter of Capt. George and Mrs. Susanna Stacey. Naked as from the Earth we came, and crept to Life at first, we to the Earth return again; and mingle with our dust. The dear delights we here enjoy, and fondly call our own, are but short favours borrowed now, to be repay’d anon. Tis God that lifts our Comforts high, or sinks them in the grave; He gives and blessed be his Name, he takes but what he gave. (F.S.) Susanna Stacey.

D-100 Here lies William Stacy, the son of Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Margret Stacy, who died the 29th of March, 1726, aged 3 months and 17 days.

*Lizzie Stafford – see Lizzie Fall.

E-218 Elizabeth Stalker died May 15, 1852, aged 76 yrs. Erected by her sister. (F.S.) E. S.

E-221 Eunice B., dau. of John and Mary R. H. Stalker. Died Sept. 21, 1851, AE. 1 yr. 1 mo. (F.S.) blank.

E-220 Hannah, wife of John Stalker, died Aug. 21, 1842, AE. 45 yrs. Sylvanus H., son of John and Mary R. H. Stalker, died Nov. 22, 1847, AE. 5 weeks.

E-222 John Stalker, died May 20, 1866, AEt. 67 yrs. (F.S.) J. S. So he giveth his beloved sleep.

E-223 John N. Stalker died Feb. 14, 1909, aged 72 yrs., 6 mos., 17 days.

E-219 Sacred to the memory of Robert Stalker, who died Feb. 15, 1838, aged 73. The soul that’s filled with virtue’s light, shines brightest in affliction’s night; The sweet rememberance of the just shall flourish when they sleep in dust.

E-220 Sylvanus H. Stalker – see Hannah Stalker.

E-57 Elizabeth Standley – see Gorham F. Hills.

E-19 Mother. Hepsebah Spiller, wife of Joseph Standley, 1809-1896. Beloved.

A-78 Abigail Staniford – see Joseph K. Farley.

C-76 Abigail Staniford – see Jeremiah Staniford.

C-77 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Ebeneezer Staniford, who died March 17, 1817, AEt. 48. The gloomy graves a peaceful home, the weary here find rest, their toils and sufferings all are o’er, here Satan can’t molest.

H-27 Edward S. Staniford – see James Staniford.

C-139 Elizabeth Staniford – see Nathaniel Harris.

G-4 (front) Evangeline. (back) Evangeline C., daughter of George E. and Melissa A. Staniford, born Mar. 6, 1863, died Feb. 14, 1886.

H-27 George Staniford – see James Staniford.

C-137 Hannah Stanford, dau. to Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Hannah Stanford, decd. March the 15th, 1729, in the 9th year of her age.

E-12 Hannah Stanniford – see Hannah Dodge.

C-13 In memory of Capt. James Staniford, who departed this life, April 6th, 1781, in the 39th year of his age. An angel’s arm can’t snatch me from the grave, legions of angels can’t confine me there. (F.S.) Capt. James Staniford.

H-27 (front) Staniford. (right) James Staniford, January 19, 1803, December 7, 1878. His wife, Mary Sweet, July 7, 1805, March 18, 1878. (back) Children of James and Mary Staniford. Edward S., Feb. 6, 1836-Aug. 14, 1840. George, Sept. 13, 1838-Aug. 19, 1840. William P., Oct. 8, 1843-Oct. 27, 1851. Sarah F., Jan. 12, 1850-Oct. 31, 1851. (left) Maria Staniford, Aug. 18, 1828-Mar. 27, 1900. Mary Jane Staniford, June 6, 1833-Nov. 19, 1916. (F.S.) M.S.S., J.S., M.S.

C-97 In Memory of Capt. Jeremiah Staniford who departed this life June 20, 1801, AE. 79. “Mild, modest, candid, faithful to his trust, a friend a tender father sleeps in dust; Yet shall his mind beyond the rage of time, forever flourish in a happier clime, whose never fading joys no tongue can tell, where everlasting youth and beauty dwell; Where pain and sorrow never more shall move, but all is pleasure, harmony and love.” (F.S.) Capt. Jeremiah Staniford.

C-76 Jeremiah Staniford died Mar. 1, 1816, aged 65 yrs. Mary his wife, died Sept. 24, 1850, aged 94 yrs. Abigail, their youngest daughter, died July 8, 1880, aged 82 yrs. The memory of the just is blessed.

C-140 John Stanford, son to Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Hannah Stanford, aged 18 years and 2 mo, Decd. June the 29d, 1727. (F.S.) J.S. 1727.

C-155 Here lyes buried the body of Deacon John Staniford, aged 82 years, decd. May the 27th, 1730.

A-78 John Staniford – see Joseph K. Farley.

C-79 John Staniford, son of Thomas and Mary Staniford, died April 20, 1849, aged 34. The dust shall return to the earth as it was, and the spirit to God, who gave it. (F.S.) J. S.

H-27 Maria Staniford – see James Staniford.

C-134 Mary Staniford, dau. to Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Hannah Stanford, aged 17 years and 1 mo. Decd. Dec. the 13th, 1729. (F.S.) M. S. 1729.

C-78 Mary Staniford – see Mrs. Mary Dana.

C-76 Mary Staniford – see Jeremiah Staniford.

C-133 Mary Staniford – see Thomas Staniford.

H-27 Mary Staniford – see James Staniford.

G-5 Melissa A. Staniford, born Jan. 8, 1843; died July 31, 1876. Fear thou not; for I am with thee; be not dismayed; for I am thy God, I will strengthen thee: yea, I will help thee; yea I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness. Isaiah 41, chap. 10 verse.

C-135 Sarah Stanford, dau. to the Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Hannah Stanford, decd. March the 31st, 1729, in the 5th year of her age.

C-95 Mrs. Sarah Staniford – see Capt. Thomas Staniford.

A-78 Sarah Staniford – see Joseph K. Farley.

H-27 Sarah F. Staniford – see James Staniford.

C-96 Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Thomas Staniford who departed this life Aug. the 23d, 1740, in the 60th year of his age. (F.S.) M. Thomas Staniford.

C-95 As runs the glass, our life doth pass. In memory of Capt. Thomas Staniford and Mrs. Sarah Staniford, his Consort; who liv’d esteemed, died lamented, and in their death were but a short time divided. He departed Aug. 13th, A.D. 1778, A.E. 68. She five weeks after, Sept., 18th, AEt. 63. Ask not what tears a child, a friend, shall pay; “They mourn the dead who live as they desire. We read their monument: we sigh; and while we sigh, we sink and are what we depolr’d: lamenting or lamented all our lot!” (F.S.) Capt. Thos. and Mrs. Sarah Staniford.

C-133 Thomas Staniford died Jan. 11, 1843, aged 77. Also his wife, Mary, died Nov. 10, 1836. Aged 59. Our record is on high. (F.S.) T.S., M.S.

H-27 William P. Staniford – see James Staniford.

E-215 Sacred to the memory of Adeline, daughter of Mr. Isaac and Mrs. Joanna Stanwood, who died March 22, 1830, aged 10 weeks. Of such is the kingdom of Heaven.

B-84 Ebenr. Stanwood died July 19, 1851, AE. 66 yrs. “He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.” (F.S.) blank.

B-54 Ella F. died Aug. 24, 1851, AE. 3 yrs, dau. of E. and M. L. Stanwood. (F.S.) E. F.

E-70 Eunice Stanwood – see Isaac Stanwood.

G-75 Eunice Stanwood – see John Caldwell. See also G-80 Henry Augustine Cowles.

B-82 Eunice H. Stanwood died Feb. 21, 1913, aged 92 yrs. 4 mos. 15 dys. Mehitable F. Stanwood, died Mar. 20, 1913, aged 88 yrs. 4 mos. 29 dys.

B-81 Mrs. Harriet, wife of Stephen Stanwood, died Aug. 28, 1845, aged 43 years. Also four of their children, an infant died May 24, 1834. Henry Lyman, died Sept. 18, 1836, aged 16 mos. William Henry, died June 20, 1841, aged 13 mos. Lydia, died May 7, 1848, aged 10 yrs. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.” (F.S.) H. S.

E-214 Dea. Isaac Stanwood, born Sept. 21, 1783, died Oct. 8, 1867, AE. 84 yrs.

E-70 Capt. Isaac Stanwood, died Oct. 15, 1821, AEt. 66. Also his wife, Eunice Stanwood, died Feb. 3, 1840, AEt. 82. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the Life; he that believeth in me though he were dead yet shall he live.” (M.M.) J. Pallen, Augusta. (F.S.) I.S., E. S.

E-216 Isaac Augustus, son of Isaac and Joanna Stanwood, died April 25, 1840, aged 23 years.

E-213 Joanna Caldwell, wife of Dea. Isaac Stanwood, born April 6, 1789, died April 12, 1872, AEt. 83 yrs.

B-53 John Henry died Sept. 17, 1846, aged 14 mos, 17 dys. Also an infant son died Aug. 10, 1847, aged 13 days. Sons of Ebin. Jr. and M. L. Stanwood. Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. (F.S.) J. H. S.

B-81 Lydia Stanwood – see Mrs. Harriet Stanwood.

B-82 Mehitable F. Stanwood – see Eunice H. Stanwood.

B-83 Sarah Stanwood, wife of Eben. Stanwood, born June 26, 1790, died Aug. 13, 1872. Forever with the Lord. (F.S.) S. S.

B-80 Stephen Stanwood died Oct. 27, 1854, AE. 52 yrs. They rest from their labors and their works do follow them. (F.S.) S. S. (M.M.) T. Fletcher, Lowell.

C-9 In memory of Mrs. Sukey Stanwood, wife of Mr. Jacob Stanwood, who died Nov. 12, 1811, AEt. 24. The sweet remembrance of the just, shall flourish when they sleep in dust. (F.S.) S. S.

B-81 William Henry Stanwood – see Mrs. Harriet Stanwood.

H-40 Frank R. Starkey – see Charles W. Brown.

G-113 George W. Starkey – see Henry F. Russell.

H-40 Nella M. Brown Starkey – see Charles W. Brown.

G-113 Margaret Madeline Starkey – see Henry F. Russell.

G-113 Pearl Manning Starkey – see Henry F. Russell.

D-187 In memory of Hephzibah Steel, dau. of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Hephzibah Steel, who died March 18, 1874, aged 18 months. Earley in life my God hath call’d me home, to sound his praise and bow before his throne. (F.S.) Hephzibah Steel.

*-Ellen Stewart – see Ellen Lydston. *Jannie Spencer Stewart, wife of Duncan Stewart, and daughter of Adam and Elyce McCarthy Spencer, died Apr. 17, 1901, aged 26 years, 11 months.

C-176 Here lyeth the body of William Stewart, aged about 44 years. Dyed August the 5th, 1693. (F.S.) William Stewart. *Elmira L. Stone-see Elmira L. Scott.

B-190 Emma S. Stone- see Robert Stone.

B-189 Hannah Stone- see Robert Stone. *Lorenzo R. T. Stone, son of William Stone and Mary Lakeman Stone, died June 7, 1892, aged 44 years, 10 months.

B-188 R. Henry, son of Robert and Mary J. Stone, died June 9, 1849, AE. 2 yrs. and 4 m.

B-190 (front) Robert Stone, 1823-1908. His wife, Mary J. Rollins, 1827-1904. Robert H. Stone, 1847-1849. Infant daughter, 1853. (base) Stone. (left) Mary Raynes, 1774-1858. Robert Stone, 1796-1825. Hannah Stone, 1799-1875. Robert R. Stone, 1860-1900. (back) Stone. Emma S., 1849-1921. Herbert M. Stone, 1870-1921.

B-189 Father. Robert Stone died Apr. 7, 1825, aged 28 yrs, 6 mos. A kind husband. Mother. Hannah, wife of Robert Stone, died Dec. 6, 1875, aged 76 yrs, 4 mos, and 8 days. Asleep in Jesus. (F.S.) R.S., H.S.

D-66 Elizabeth Anna Story – see Mrs. Elizabeth Anna Heard.

E-14 Ellen Story – see Mrs. Ellen Dodge.

C-223 In memory of Mrs. Joanna Story consort of William Story, Esq. ob. 16th July, 1775, AEt. 58. She was meek in her disposition, sincere in her friendship, and to the needy liberal; An excellent step mother, and most devout Christian. The angels call, they call me from above and bid me hasten to the realms of love, my soul with transport hears the happy doom; I come, ye gentle messengers, I come. (F.S.) Mrs. Joanna Story.

A-81 John Summers – see Falconer.

E-237 Sarah E. Summers – see John Twombly.

H-41 Annie Sutton – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

E-115 In memory of Mrs. Elisabeth Sutton, wife of Mr. Richard Sutton, who died Oct. 29, 1805, AEt. 69. Mr children and friends when these you see, remember me. (F.S.) Mrs. E. Sutton.

G-110 Henry P. Sutton- see Daniel R. Harris.

H-41 Mary Sutton – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

H-41 Perry Sutton – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

E-112 In memory of Mrs. Rebecca, relict of Mr. Richard Sutton who died March 22, 1839. Aged 85. (F.S.) R. S.

H-41 (front) Capt. Richard Sutton, 1813-1876. His wife, Mary Low Choate, 1816-1896. Susan E. Sutton, 1851-1929. (base) Sutton. (right) Perry Sutton, 1845-1848. William H. Jewett, 1851-. His wife, Annie Sutton, 1847-1929. His wife, Mary E. Sutton, 1840-1908. (back) J. Warren Choate, 1837-1909.

E-114 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Richard Sutton, who died Dec. 12, 1825, aged 89 years. (F.S.) R.S. (S.A.R. marker.)

H-41 Susan E. Sutton – see Capt. Richard Sutton.

E-136 Maj. Joseph Swasey obt. April 1, 1816. AEt. 66. Mrs. Susanna, his wife, obt. March 31, 1821. AEt. 75. Blessed are the Just who die in the Lord. (F.S.) J.S., S. S.

E-133 In memory of Mary Swasey second daughter of Maj. Joseph and Mrs. Susanna Swasey, who departed this life Nov. 5th, 1779, aged 7 years. Early in life my God hath called me home, to sound his praise, and bow before his Throne.

E-135 Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Samuel Swasey who departed this life October the 7th, 1760, aged 47 years. (F.S.) Mr. Samuel Swasey, 1760.

E-136 Susanna Swasey – see Maj. Joseph Swasey.

C-194 Susanna Swasey – see Susanna S. Farley.

E-83 Aaron Sweet died April 30, 1829, aged 55. Sarah, his wife, died April 3, 1848, aged 72. (M.M.) I. L. Davis, N’port. (F.S.) A. S.

G-216 Aaron Sweet died Sept. 20, 1859, AE. 67. (F.S.) A. S.

G-215 Abigail H., wife of Aaron Sweet, died Dec. 10, 1884, AE. 86.

G-217 Benja. Sweet died Dec. 22, 1830, AE. 84. Elizabeth, his widow died Jan. 4, 1844, AE. 86. (F.S.) B. S.

H-27 Mary Sweet – see James Staniford.

E-201 Mary R. Sweet – see Lucy Henderson Caldwell.

E-83 Sarah Sweet – see Aaron Sweet.

G-31 Sarah Sweet – see Capt. William Willcomb.

H-34 Sarah Low Sweet – see Capt. Thomas Sweet. *Thomas Sweet, son of Benjamin and Sarah Sweet, died Jan. 16, 1886, aged 71 years, 8 months.

H-34 (front) Capt. Thomas Sweet, died Jan. 16, 1886, aged 72 years. Sarah Low, died Aug. 13, 1886, aged 97 yrs. (right) Winthrop Low, died May 30, 1899, aged 67 yrs, 8 mos. Co. K. 2d Regt. M.V.M. “Unseen, yet I am with you.” (Union Defender marker.)

D-37 Here lies buried the body of the Rev. Mr. Timothy Symmes who departed this mortal life April the 6th, A.D. 1756, in the 41st year of his age. (F.S.) 1752 the Rev. Mr. Timothy Symmes.

D-50 Here the body of Ewnis, the daughter of David and Ieane Symonds, who died Sept. the 16th, 1712, aged 2 years and 8 months.

C-14 Memento Mori. The relict of Samuel Symonds Esquire, Mrs. Rebeckah Symonds, decd. July the 21, 1695, in the 79th year of her age. A mem’y blest thou hast and shalt th’o’ here in dust, Thou matron pious prudent grave and just. (F.S.) Rebecca Symonds.

B-206 Priscilla L., wife of Walter F. Tarlton, died Nov. 23, 1885, aged 50 yrs.

B-205 Walter F. Tarlton died June 19, 1887, aged 52 yrs. (G.A.R. marker.)

*-Albert Tenney died April 24, 1915, aged 74 years, 2 months. He was the son of Jacob and Caroline Cram Tenney, and was a veteran of the Civil War.

B-201 Caroline C. Tenney – see Jacob B. Tenney.

B-201 Edward Tenney – see Jacob B. Tenney.

B-201 Elizabeth Tenney – see Jacob B. Tenney.

B-201 (front) Jacob B. Tenney, April 1, 1807- July 17, 1886. His wife, Caroline C. Tenney, January 25, 1808-April 1, 1889. (base) Tenney. (left) Children of J. D. and C. C. Tenney. John Ellis, April 23, 1833- May 22, 1833. Elizabeth, April 8, 1828-May 23, 1838. Edward, September 26, 1839-March 6, 1840. (F.S.) Father. Mother. John. Edward. Lizzie.

B-201 John Ellis Tenney – see Jacob B. Tenney.

B-200 Jno. E. Tenney, Co. H. 3 Mass. L.A. (G.A.R. marker.)

B-118 Mercy Thomas – see Mercy Thomas Philbrook.

G-93a Barbara E. Thompson – see Fred B. Harris.

G-111 Elizabeth H. Thompson – see Joseph N. Caldwell.

D-9 Here lies what was mortal of Mrs. Eunice Thornton, wife of Mr. Timothy Thornton, who died Sept. 13th, 1784, in the 55th years of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Eunice Thornton.

C-83 In memory of Daniel Thurston who died April 29, 1817, aged 72. The memory of the just is blessed. (F.S.) D. T.

C-82 Daniel Thurston – see Margaret Thurston.

G-13 (front) George. Thou hast left us, thy memory never. (back) George, son of Timothy J. and Rebeccas Thurston, died Sept. 14, 1871, aged 17 yrs. 1 mo. and 17 dys. (M.M.) Witherell & Co., Lowell.

C-82 Margaret Thurston died Feb. 7, 1822, AEt. 75. and her two husbands, John Kinsman died June 22, 1785, AEt. 48. Daniel Thurston died April 29, 1817, AEt. 72. (F.S.) M.T., J.K., D.T.

G-12 Mary E. Thurston – see Mary E. Thurston Hines.

G-71 Rebecca Thurston, 1826-1917.

A-69 (front) John. Nellie. (back) Nellie L. died Oct. 29, 1881, AE. 11 yrs. 6 ms. John F. died Feb. 19, 1870, AE. 10 yrs. 6 ms. Children of Rose and J. L. Tibbetts.

A-72 (front) Father. (back) John L. Tibbetts died Nov. 14, 1893, aged 74 yrs. 11 mos. 14 dys. (G.A.R. marker.)

A-70 (front) Pauline. (back) Born Apr. 5, 1892, died Sept. 2, 1892. Sleep on my babe, thy loved and blest, I would not break, thy peaceful rest. (N.B. Probably Tibbetts, being between two stones of that name.)

A-71 (front) Mother. (back) Rose A. Tibbetts, died Oct. 24, 1893, aged 53 yrs. 10 mos. 24 dys.

*-Lewis Titcomb died June 19, 1884, aged 81 years.

H-53 Mary G. Todd, Dec. 19, 1862-July 25, 1918.

H-54 Susan Todd -see Ebenezer Harris.

G-50 Adaline M. Tozer – see William S. Tozer.

G-52 John M. Tozer – see Josiah Tozer.

G-52 Josiah Tozer died July 18, 1867, AEt. 19 yrs. 5 mos. John M. Tozer died at Newport News Va., Oct. 20, 1863, AEt. 20 yrs. 8 mos. A member of Co. I. 23 Reg. Mass. Vols. (G.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) J. T.

F-18 Louiza Tozer – see Frederick Mitchell.

G-49 Mary Eliza, wife of William H. Tozer, died Aug. 19, 1873, AEt. 36 yrs., 4 mos., and 5 days. None knew her but to love, none named her but to praise. (M.M.) G. E. Witherell Lowell. *Phoebe Tozer died Jan. 7, 1915, aged 73 years, 4 months, and 13 days.

G-51 In memory of Susan Story, daughter of Wm. S. and Adaline M. Tozer, who died Oct. 10, 1840; aged 4 years. Thy little feet no more on earth, shall ramble midst its sweets, but kiss the flowers of heavenly birth, or tread the golden streets. *Susan Story Tozer, daughter of William S. and Adaline Mears Tozer, died Dec. 17, 1890, aged 48 years.

G-48 Sergt. Wm. H. Tozer, Co. K. 2 Mass. Inf. (Union Defender marker.) (N.B. He died Mar. 31, 1900, aged 64 years, 11 months.)

G-50 William S. Tozer died Aug. 12, 1860, AEt. 56 yrs. Adaline M., his wife, died Sept. 9 ,1870, AEt. 65 yrs.

F-33 (tomb) Treadwell, 1810. (About twelve bodies estimated to have been buried in this tomb.) The following coffin plates were found and read. Moses Treadwell died July 4, 1869, aged 60 years. Polly Treadwell died Oct. 7, 1853, aged 83 years.

B-181 Arthur J. Treadwell – see Nathaniel Treadwell. Clarinda Treadwell – see Elizabeth Treadwell.

E-38 In memory of Mr. Elisha Treadwell who died Dec. 19, 1792, AEt. 39. Strike, sovereign Lord, for all thy ways are just, and lay the friend, the father, low in dust. But, oh, sustain a widow’s fainting heart. And from the mothers children ne’er depart. (F.S.) Mr. E. Treadwell.

C-143 Hear lies the body of Mr. Elisha Treadwell, son of Mr. Iohn Tredwell, how died September the 24th, 1732, in the 22 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Elisha Treadwell.

D-8 In memory of Eliza, wife of Jacob Treadwell, and daughter of John White mert. deacd., who departed this life Aug. 20, 1801, aged 47. (F.S.) Eliza Treadwell.

E-174 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Treadwell, wife of Mr. Jabez Treadwell Jr., the eldest Daughter of Major Thomas Burnham, who departed this life Aug. 25th, 1782, aged 37. Grace marked her steps, and tenderness her mind. (F.S.) Eliz. Treadwell.

E-173 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Treadwell, consort of Capt. Jabez Treadwell, and eldest daughter of Col. Isaac Dodge, who departed this life Oct. 19, 1793, Aged 35 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Eliza. Treadwell. (F.S.) Mrs. Eliza. Treadwell.

D-4 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Treadwell, wife of Mr. Aaron Treadwell Jr., who died June 15, 1811, AEt. 39. Great God, I own thy sentence just, and nature must decay; I yield my body to the dust, to dwell with fellow clay. (F.S.) E. T. Died Sept. 30, 1849, Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Mary A. Treadwell, aged 1 yr. 18 dys. Died Jan. 9, 1852, Clarinda, daughter of Samuel and Mary A. Treadwell, aged 10 m. 6 ds. Mary F., dau. of N. and E. C. Treadwell, died May 8, 1850. AEt. 3 mos. and 10 ds. May 8, 1850. AEt. 3 mos. and 10 days. (N.B. This stone disappeared, copied by T. F. W.)

C-203 Elizabeth Treadwell – see Nathaniel Treadwell.

B-181 Emeline C. Treadwell – see Nathaniel Treadwell.

D-7 In memory of Mrs. Hannah Treadwell, relect of Capt. Nathaniel Treadwell, who died July 6th, 1792, aged 87 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord; for they rest from their labours and their works do follow them. (F.S.) Mrs. Hannah Treadwell.

B-23 Hannah Treadwell – see Hannah Treadwell Lord.

C-206 In memory of Mr. Jabez Treadwell who departed this life 22d day of Dec. 1781, in the 67th year of his age. “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them.” (F.S.) Jabez Treadwell.

E-172 Erected to the memory of Capt. Jabez Treadwell who died January 13th, 1803, aged 63. (F.S.) Capt. Jabez Treadwell.

C-149 Here lies the body of Mr. John Tredwell who died December the 16, 1727, in the 58 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. John Tredwell.

E-36 Underneath are the remains of Mr. John Treadwell who departed his life April 29th, 1782, in the 75th year of his age. An angel’s arm can’t snatch me from the grave, legions of angels can’t confine me there. (F.S.) John Treadwell.

G-40 Lucy A. Treadwell – see Israel K. Jewett.

G-155 Lucy J. Treadwell – see Stillman H. Chandler.

E-39 Lydia Hodgkins, widow of Elisha Treadwell, and last of the late Col. Joseph Hodgkins, died June 21, 1833, AEt. 78. “Christ hath abolished death.” (M.M.) D. Nichols, Lowell, 1849.

C-148 Here lies the body of Mrs. Martha Tredwell, the dafter of Mr. John Tredwell, who died October 27, 1727, in the 22 year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Martha Tredwell.

D-5 In memory of Mrs. Martha Treadwell, the amiable consort of Mr. Jacob Treadwell, the dau. of the Venerable Mr. Nathaniel Rogers of blessed memory. She departed this life Oct. 27th, 1780, in the 40th year of her age. Snatch’d in thy prime! and when fair fortune smiled; and when high favored earth’s fresh opening joys; and when blind man pronounced thy bliss complete. O death all-eloquent! well dost thou show, what bubbles are our brightest hopes below. (F.S.) Mrs. Martha Treadwell, 1780.

E-40 In memory of Miss Mary Treadwell, daughter of Mr. Elisha Treadwell who died June 25, 1804, AEt. 21. Her piety in sweet submission shone: Faith, love, humility, were all her own: Give God the praise, for all by him were given, nor mourn her happy lot her early heavn. (F.S.) Mrs. M. Treadwell. Mary F. Treadwell – see Elizabeth Treadwell.

C-204 Erected to the memory of Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Nath. Treadwell, who died Jan. 15, 1832, aged 81 years. (F.S.) M. T.

B-181 Mary F. Treadwell – see Nathaniel Treadwell.

E-34 In memory of Mrs. Mehetabel Treadwell, the amiable consort; and for a few fleeting years the kind and prudent partner; the pleasing and consoling companion of the Hon. John Treadwell Esq. She departed from this, in hope of a better life; July 2, 1786, AEt. 44. The fashion of this world passeth away. Set your affections on things above, not on things on the earth. (F.S.) Mrs. Mehetabel Treadwell. *Micajah Treadwell died May 21, 1883, aged 79 years, 10 months.

C-207 Here lies the body of Mr. Nathaniel Treadwell who died August the 17th, 1723, in the 47 year of his age. Here lyes the body of Mr. Nathaniel Treadwell, aged 88 years decd. Jan. the 11th, 1726/7. (N.B. This stone disappeared, copied by A. H.)

D-3 Erected in memory of Capt. Nathaniel Treadwell who was born Sept.10th, 1700, and having acquir’d and supported the Character, of a prudent upright and serious Christian, died Feb. the 1st, 1777, aged 77 years. Nor wealth, nor Friends, nor Piety can save, One mortal from the all devouring Grave. Yet Faith and hope in Christ who rose, may sing, Grave! where’s thy conquest! where O death they sting. (F.S.) Capt. Nathaniel Treadwell.

C-205 Erected to the memory of Mr. Nath. Treadwell died Jan. 2, 1822, AEt. 69. (S.A.R. marker.) (F.S.) N. T.

C-203 Nathaniel Treadwell lost at sea February 1821, aged 33 yrs. Elizabeth, his wife, died August 11, 1872, aged 85 yrs. 9 mos. Nathaniel Treadwell, died Feb. 18, 1858, Ae. 36 yrs. 11 mos. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” Artie, Arthur J., twin son of Nathaniel and Emeline C. Treadwell born May 24, 1858, died April 26, 1868. (N.B. This stone disappeared, copied by T. F. W. The following stone probably replaces it.)

B-181 1821 Nathaniel 1858. His wife, 1821 Emeline C. 1904. 1850 Mary F. 1850. 1858 Arthur J. 1868. 1854 Nathaniel Wm. 1924. 1847 Susan E. 1932. (base) Treadwell.

B-181 Nathaniel Wm. Treadwell-see Nathaniel Treadwell.

D-162 Erected in memory of Mrs. Priscilla Treadwell, wife of Mr. Nethanael Treadwell and third daughter of the late Col. Isaac Dodge, who departed this life April 15th, 1796, in the 34th year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Priscilla Treadwell.

E-37 In memory of Mrs. Priscilla Treadwell, relect of Mr. John Treadwell, who died July 3, 1803, AEt. 79. Weep not for me my pains are o’er, we soon shall meet to part no more. (F.S.) Mrs. P. T.

G-40 Rebecca R. Treadwell – see Israel K. Jewett.

G-156 (front) Mother. (back) Sarah B. Treadwell, died Nov. 21, 1884, AEt. 67 yrs.

G-153 Our Mother. Welcome Treadwell, Passed away June 2, 1883, AEt. 90 yrs. 6 mos. We rejoice dear mother, that thine is the favored lot, to hold sweet convers with angels.

G-154 Our Father. Capt. William Treadwell, Passed away Sept. 30, 1870, AEt. 79 yrs. 7 mos. Thou lost to sight awhile, safe, safe Heaven. (M.M.) G. E. Witherell, Lowell.

G-157 (front) Father. (back) William F. Treadwell, died Sept. 3, 1895, AEt. 79 yrs.

G-83 John H. Trow – see Henry Potter.

G-83 Susan M. Potter Trow – see Henry Potter.

E-168 – Here lies the body of Mr. Judah Trumble who died September the 29, 1751, in the 76 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Judah Trumble.

B-86 (front) Mary Tucker, died in Haverhill, May 12, 1866, aged 71 yrs. (back) In memory of Grandma. He’ll never quench the smoking flax, but raise it to a flame; The bruised reed he never breaks, nor scorns the meanest name. Matt. 12, 20.

D-131 Here lyes the body of Mr. John Tuttle, who died February the 27, 1715/16, aged 49 years, 10 months and 5 days. When the messenger was sent of God. He soon submitted to his rod. (F.S.) blank.

C-45 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Sarah Tutel, who died January the 24, 1732, and in the 86 year of her age. (F.S.) Sarah Tutel.

C-46 Here lies the body of Mrs. Susannah Tuttel, who died July the 17, 1737, aged 61 years.

C-61 Here lyes the body of Mr. William Tutle, decd. December the 10th, 1726, in the 22d year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. William Tutle.

E-237 (back) 1812 John Twombly 1889. His wife 1837 Sarah E. Lummus 1920. (base) Twombly. (G.A.R. marker.)

H-55 David Morey Tyler, 1837-1896. Harriett Willcomb, his wife, 1841-1918. (base) Tyler. (back) Clara Louise Tyler, 1871-1874. Lizzie Marion Tyler, 1873-1874. Emily Wheeler Tyler, 1865-1928. (F.S.) Father. Mother. Clara. Lizzie. C.T., L.T. *James S. Tyler died Mar. 1, 1894, aged 61 years, 9 months. He was the son of James Tyler and Mary Morey Tyler.

G-119 Catherine E. Underhill – see Aaron Lord.

G-31 Laura P. Underhill – see Capt. William Willcomb.

D-14 Here lies the body of Mary Uran, daughter of William and Martha Uran, died January the 7, 1713, aged on year and 6 moths. (F.S.) Mary Uran.

E-2 Here lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Uan Bebber, the wife of Mr. Isaac Uan Bebber, deceased the 12 day of August, 1737, aged 23 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Van Bebber.

G-69 (front) John H. Varrell Dec. 1819-Oct. 1881. His wife Catherine B. June 1816-Mar. 1894. Their son, John, July 1841-Feb. 1842. (base) Varrell. (right) Susan Spiller Mar. 1788-Nov. 1875. Her son, David, June 1808-Nov. 1811. (F.S.) C.B.V., J.H.V., J. V., S.S., D. S.

G-128 Sarah Very – see Sarah V. Hazeltine.

D-164 (footstone?) Abigail Wade.

C-183 Here lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Wade who died January the 5, 1726, aged 76 years. (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Wade. *Hannah F. Wade died April 26, 1884, aged 74 years, 5 months.

D-33 Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Jane Wade, the wife of Jonathan Wade Esq. who departed this life March 2d, 1752, aged 77 years. (F.S.) Jane Wade, 1752.

D-36 Here lies buried the body of Jonathan Wade Esq. who departed this life Feb. 19th, 1749, aged 77 years. (F.S.) Jonathan Wade Esq. 1749.

C-184 Here lyeth interred the body of Lt. Col. Thomas Wade Esq. decd. the 4th of October, 1696, in the 46 year of his age. (F.S.) Lt. Col. Thomas Wade Esq.

E-44 Here lies the body of Capt. Thomas Wade desest the 5th 1737/8 aged 64 years. (F.S.) Capt. Thomas Wade.

D-59 Here lies entombed the body of Colonel Francis Wainright Esq. who died August the 3d, 1711, AEt. 47. And his virtuous consort, Mrs. Sarah Wainright, who died March the 16th, 1709, AEt. 38. With three of their youngest children, John, Francis, and John, who died in their infancy.

D-23 Col. John Wainwright Tomb. (N.B.) In 1880, this tomb, supposedly of Col. John Wainwright, which extends underground beneath the blank slab, D-23, was opened and Arthur Dow examined it. He found the following information on coffin lids: C.W. 1731 [Christiana Wainwright] S. W. AE. 37, 1773 [Samuel Wainwright] V.W. 1773. P. C. AE. 80, 1798. [Dr. Parker Clark, husband of Elisabeth Wainwright.] M. W. 44 -D, –A.R. 1763. [Mary Wainwright.] (A.W. D., Ipswich Antiquarian Papers, March, 1881.)

C-2 In memory of Mrs. Eunice Wait, wife of Mr. John Wait, who departed this life March 24th, 1785, in the 36th year of her age. She was distinguished by a sentimental mind, a cheerful innocence, an open generous heart, naturally inspiring heart-felt regard in others: Amiable in all relations, great in her friendships: Substantial piety, and a triumphant death, crouned the whole. “Vain world, farwel to you; Heaven is my native air. I bid my friends a short adieu, impatient to be there. (F.S.) Mrs. Eunice Wait.

D-98 Hannah Waite – see Mary Waite.

C-229 Here lies John Waite, the son of Mr. John and Sarah Waite, who died August the 8th, 1717, aged 14 months and 25 days.

C-230 Here lies John Wait, the son of Mr. John and Sarah Wait, died December the 27, 1721, in the 5th year of his age.

C-231 Here lies the body of John Wait, son of Mr. John and Mrs. Sarah Wait who died October 22, 1726, aged 3 years 1 month, 14 days. Sarah Wait who died October 22, 1726, aged 3 years 1 month, 14 days.

D-98 Mary Waite died Apr. 18, 1871, aged 75 yrs. Hannah Waite died Mar. 19, 1876, aged 80 yrs. William Waite died Apr. 9, 1876, aged 85 yrs. (F.S.) M.W., H.W., W. W.

B-26 Susan Safford Waite, the amiable and affectionate wife of Abram D. Wait, and daughter of Capt. Daniel Lord, died June 11, 1834, aged 26 years. Rest, lovely Saint from ills to come; In gentle slumbers and an early tomb, the fairest graces that enrich the mind, rose with they youth and were in thee consigned. Disease alas! that brought thee to the dust, spoiled the fair structure, and dislodged its guest, but thy sweet spirit rests in realms above, forever safe through a Redeemers love. (F.S.) S. S. W.

D-18 Thomas Waite died Feb. 21, 1854, aged 65 yrs. (F.S.) T. W.

D-98 William Waite – see Mary Waite.

G-112 Carrie Manning Dunnels Walden – see John Manning Dunnels.

G-112 Hilda Louise Walden – see John Manning Dunnels.

G-112 William Palfrey Walden- see John Manning Dunnels.

A-3 Betsey, wife of Aaron Wallis, whose spirit took its flight for a better world Sept. 8, 1840, AE. 42. (F.S.) B. W.

C-62 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Allis Wallis, the wife of Mr. Samuel Wallis who decd. October the 5th, 1733, in the 57th year of her age. (F.S.) A. W. 1733.

C-107 Here lyes buried the body of Mrs. Anna Wallis, wife to Mr. Samuel Wallis, who decd. Sept. 15th, Anno Domi 1728 in the 61st year of her age. (F.S.) Mrs. Anna Wallis.

C-110 In memory of Mrs. Eunice Wallis, wife of Mr. Robert Wallis, who died Nov. 27, 1813, AEt. 77.

H-71 Hannah Wallis – see James Griffing.

C-113 Mrs. Hannah Wallis – see Mr. Robert Wallis.

C-63 Here lies the body of Joanna Wallis, dafter to Doc. Samuel and Sarah Wallis, who died October the 11th, 1739, in the 22 year of her age. (F.S.) Joanna Wallis.

C-48 Here lies the body of Mr. Joseph Wallis, who died February the 16th, 1740, in the 31 year of his age.

D-58 Here lyes the body of Mary, daughter of Mr. Samuel and Anna Wallis who died August the 16th, 1714, and in the 13 year of her age.

C-64 Here lies the body of Mary Wallis, dafter of Doc. Samuel and Mrs. Sarah Wallis, died August the 22, 1736, in the 17 year of her age. (F.S.) Mary Wallis.

G-84 Mary E. M. Wallis – see Mary E. M. W. Lord.

H-71 Mary Hannah Wallis – see James Griffing.

D-43 Here lyes the body of Insign Nicolas Walles, who died February the 1st, 1710/11, and in the 78 year of his age.

C-113 In memory of Mr. Robert Wallis, who departed this life June 21st, 1775, aged 72 years. Also Mrs. Hannah Wallis, relict of Mr. Robert Wallis, who departed this life Dec. 9th, 1792 aged 83 years. (F.S.) Mr. Robert Wallis. Mrs. Hannah Wallis.

C-109 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Robert Wallis who died Jan. 9, 1824, aged 87. (S.A.R. marker.) (M.M.) 6:0

C-114 Here lies the body of Mr. Samuel Wallies who died August the 8, 1737, in the 74 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. Samuel Wallis.

C-108 Here lyes buried the body of Doc. Samuel Wallis who decd. October 16, Anno Domi 1728, in the 38th year of his age. (F.S.) Doc. Wallis.

D-167 Sarah, dau. to Doc. and Sarah Walis who died October the 4th, 1715, aged 7 months.

C-111 Theresa, wife of William Wallis, died Apr. 4, 1851, AE. 73 yrs. (F.S.) blank.

C-112 William Wallis died Feb. 24, 1851, AE. 85 yrs.

A-79 (front) William A. Walton Oct. 27, 1828 – Sept. 22, 1892. At Rest. His wife Eliza A. Walton, Dec. 19, 1828-June 1, 1918. (back) Anna Eliza Walton, Sept. 29, 1855-Oct. 1, 1857.

C-161 Here lyes the body of John Ward, son of the late Rev. Mr. Robert Ward of Wenham, and by his Former wife, Priscilla, dau. of the Hon. John Appleton Esq. who died July 15th, 1783 in the 10th year of his age. (F.S.) John Ward.

G-186 Amy Susan Wardwell, born Ipswich, August 8, 1837, died Salem June 14, 1807.

G-192 Amy S. wife of Moses Wardwell, died Apr. 12, 1852, AE. 50 yrs. This mortal shall put on Immortality.

G-191 In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann W., wife of Mr. Moses Wardwell, who died Aug. 6, 1831, aged 24 years. My dearest friends who sigh with grief sincere, and on this drop oft the silent tear, Oh! hear my voice amid this mournful gloom, repent and rise to share immortal bloom.

G-194 Jabez F. Wardwell, born May 25, 1833, died Dec. 8, 1885.

G-193 Moses Wardwell, born Feb. 3, 1798; died Apr. 5, 1880.

G-189 Tace Wardwell – see Tace Wardwell Rowland.

E-56 In memory of Mr. Caleb Warner, who departed this life March 10th, 1774, in the 67th year of his age. “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, that they may rest form their labours and their works do follow them.” (F.S.) Caleb Warner.

E-54 Sacred to the memory of Mr. Daniel Warner, Son of Mr. William and Mrs. Susan Warner who died June 4, 1820, aged 25 years. (F.S.) D. W.

E-55 Memento Mori. Erected in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Warner, the relict of Mr. Caleb Warner, who departed this life Jan. 28th, 1787, aged 70 years, 9 months, and 6 days. Retire my friends dry up your tears, here I must lie ’till Christ appears. (F.S.) Mrs. Elizabeth Warner.

C-216a Elizabeth Warner: Age 50; Decd. May 6th, 1692.

E-51 George F. son of Stephen and Lucy M. Warner, died Feb. 8, 1843, AE. 3 yrs. (F.S.) Blank.

E-50 Georgiana A., dau. of Daniel A. and Lucy A. Warner, died Jan. 2, 1852, AE. 3 yrs, 10 mos. (F.S.) G.A.W.

G-65 Lucy M. Warner- see Stephen Warner.

G-65 Sarah L. Warner – see Stephen Warner.

G-65 (front) Stephen Warner, 1792-May 17 – 1854 -Aug. 16. Lucy M. Warner, 1804-May 17 – 1888-Mar. 27. “The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance.” (right) Sarah L., wife of John Warner, June 20, 1831; Feb. 12, 1864. Jesus my precious Saviour! Tell everybody to love Him, He saved me, He will save you. “Fold her O Father in Thine arms, And let her henceforth be, a messenger of love between our human hearts and Thee.”

B-79 Stephen Warner, died Aug. 16, 1854, aged 62 yrs. 3 mos.

E-52 In memory of Mrs. Susannah Warner, wife of William Warner, who died May 21, 1841, aged 86. (F.S.) S. W.

E-53 In memory of William Warner who died Sept. 13, 1827, aged 71 years. (F.S.) W. W.

G-218 Abigail M. Blake Warren – see George H. Smith.

G-218 Addie Warren – see George H. Smith.

G-218 Jesse Warren – see George H. Smith.

G-218 John Warren – see George H. Smith.

A-81 Thomas Warren – see Falconer.

H-71 James W. Watts, died Jan. 31, 1871, AEt. 32 yrs. 8mo. and 16 ds. None knew him but to love, None named him but to praise. (Union Defender marker.) (M.M.) G. F. Witherell, Lowell.

H-72 James Waymouth, son of James H. and Laura A. Watts, died Dec. 26, 1866. AEt. 7 mos. 5 ds. God has called our darling one, to dwell wit him above; But ah how hard it is to part, with on so dearly loved.

G-99 Caroline E. Harris, wife of J. William Webber, 1856-1929.

H-68 (front) Carrie. Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven. (back) Carrie Isabelle, daughter of James N. and Clara L. Webber, died May 1, 1879, aged 10 mos. 1 dy.

H-69 Clara L. Webber – see Capt. Joseph Willcomb. *Eliza Webber died Oct. 12, 1885, aged 31 years, 6 months.

H-70 (front) Jimmie. James C., son of J. F. and L. H. Webber, April 23, 1892, Sept. 6, 1897. (back) And the Mother, gave with tears and pain the child she dearly loved. But she knew she would find her Jimmie again, in the fields of light above.

H-69 James N. Webber – see Capt. Joseph Willcomb.

H-73 Moses Webber, Co. K. 2 Mass. Inf. (G.A.R. marker.) *Susan M. Webber, daughter of Capt. Joseph Willcomb and Mary Holmes Willcomb, died October 30, 1894, aged 64 years , 11 months. (N.B. on lost of H-73. Moses Webber, her husband.)

B-97 Elizabeth, wife of James M. Wellington, departed this life Dec. 9, 1844, AE. 26 yrs. Sarah E., youngest child of James M. and Elizabeth Wellington, died Aug. 15, 1844, AE. 5 mos. and 2 days. May they rest in peace. (F.S.) blank.

G-71 Daniel D. Wells- see Tyler Caldwell.

C-56 Here lies Mrs. Mary Wells, wife of Mr. Nathanael Wells, died August the 19, 1721, aged 52 years.

D-161 Here lyes buried the body of Mr. Nathaniel Wells, who died October the 13, 1717, aged 48 years. (F.S.) Mr. Nathaniel Wells.

D-49 In memory of Capt. Nathaniel Wells, who departed this life May 27th, 1790, in the 92d year of his age. (F.S.) Capt. Nathaniel Wells.

G-71 Olive H. Wells – see Tyler Caldwell.

C-72 Here lyes the body of Sarah Wells, wife of Capt. Nathaniel Wells, who died July 5th, 1772, in the 67th year of her age. (F.S.) Sarah Wells.

D-48 Susan Wells, died March 13, 1854, AEt. 82. (F.S.) S. W.

*-Joan Weymouth, daughter of William and Elizabeth Kimball Lummus, died May 19, 1894, aged 90 years, 8 months.

H -? Capt. Richard R. Welmouth died July 22, 1907, aged 79 years, 5 mos. His wife, Harriet M. Spiller. Their daughter, Addie B. Weymouth.

C-39 Here lyes buried the body of Major John Whipple who decd. June the 12th, 1722, in the 65th year of his age.

C-42 Here lyeth the body of Katharine Whipple, aged 17 years, died Aug. the 16, 1702.

C-40 Here lyest the body of Mrs. Ketherine Whipple, late wife of Maj. John Whipple, who died January the 15, 1720/21. Aged 63. (F.S.) Mrs. Ketherin Whipple.

C-43 Here lyes what was mortal of Mrs Sarah Whipple, daughter of Major John Whipple and Catherain, his wife, who died July the 4, 1713. Aged 20 years and 6 months. (F.S.) Mrs. Sarah Whipple.

H-16 (front) Charles W. White, Apr. 4, 1844-Apr. 6 1902. (base) White. (right) Susie L., wife of Charles W. White, July, 1846, Jan. 1876. (back) Helen P. Brock, Aug. 24, 1839-Apr. 2, 1906. (left) Wm. White, Dec. 1815-Aug. 1880. Mary A., his wife, June, 1813-April 1897. (Union Defender marker.)

D-8 Eliza White – see Eliza Treadwell.

B-177 Mary White – see Nathaniel Shatswell.

H-16 Mary A. White – see Charles W. White.

H-17 Mary F. only daughter of Wm. and Mary A. White, died Feb. 13, 1860, aged 18 yrs. 5 mos. The grave is not our “loved one’s home.” Not where she lies. Her spirit evermore shall roam in paradise. Sweet angel girl! Thou wert not given, long here to dwell. from earth’s rude blasts thou’rt safe in Heaven. (F.S.) M .F.W.

H-16 Susie L. White – see Charles W. White.

H-16 Wm. White- see Charles W. White.

G-165 Eunice Wildes – see Mary Foss.

G-165 Lucy Wildes – see Mary Foss. *Solomon Wildes died Feb. 22, 1895, aged 70 years and 6 days. He was the son of Thomas and Eunice Foster Wildes.

G-165 Thomas Wildes – see Mary Foss.

H-50 Elizabeth B., wife of James H. Wiley, born Sept. 15, 1832, died June 6, 1876. Her last words the way is dark, but light beyond, my Jesus is there, precious Saviour, he is my friend.

H-49 James H. Wiley, born Oct. 17, 1827; died Nov. 14, 1892. He has called fro many a loved one, we have seen them leave our side, with our Saviour we shall meet them, when we too have crossed the tide. *Olive J. Wiley died June, 1907, aged 39 years.

*-Elizabeth M. Wilkins-see Elizabeth Fewkes.

C-174 Adelia F. Willcomb – see Charles S. Willcomb.

C-174 Charles S. Willcomb, April 11, 1837-June 2, 1913. His wife, Adelia F. Willcomb. Their children; Marion E. Willcomb, July 28, 1880; November 25, 1895. Winifred H. Willcomb, December 23, 1872; August 7, 1903. (base) Willcomb. (F.S.) W.H.W., M.E.W., A.F.W., C. S.W.

H-69 Clara Willcomb – see Capt. Joseph Willcomb.

G-87 Eva A. Willcomb – see Capt. Joseph Willcomb.

H-69 Francis H. M. Willcomb- see Capt. Joseph Willcomb.

H-55 Harriett Willcomb – see David Morey Tyler.

G-31 John Willcomb- see Capt. William Willcomb.

H-69 (front) Capt. Joseph Willcomb, Dec. 4, 1801-May 17, 1876. His wife, Mary Willcomb, Aug. 6, 1801-July 28, 1891. Their son, Francis H. M. Willcomb, Oct. 8, 1836-Feb. 3, 1877. (base) Willcomb. (right) James N. Webber, Feb. 28, 1834-Feb. 23, 1908. His wife, Clara L. Willcomb, Jan. 20, 1839-Mar. 7, 1923. (back) Arthur W. Webber, Oct. 6, 1867-June 20, 1933. (F.S.) Father. Mother. Brother. Mother. C.L.W., Father. J.N.W., Arthur.

G-87 (front) Willcomb. (back) Capt. Joseph W. Willcomb, Oct. 18, 1827-July 13, 1902. His wife, Margaret S. Blake, Sept. 2, 1834-April 10, 1913. Their daughter, Eva A. Willcomb, June 24, 1863-Feb. 27, 1922.

G-31 Laura P. Underhill Willcomb- see Capt. William Willcomb.

G-87 Margaret S. Blake Willcomb- see Capt. Joseph W. Willcomb.

C-174 Marion E. Willcomb – see Charles S. Willcomb.

H-69 Mary Willcomb- see Capt. Joseph Willcomb.

A-80 Mary Willcomb – see Joseph L. Ross. *Minnie Adaline Willcomb, wife of Winfred Willcomb and daughter of Hollis and Melissa Hill, died Nov. 6 1896, aged 23 years, 8 months. *Minnie S. Willcomb, died Nov. 15, 1896, aged M.A. Hill Willcomb, died Nov. 15, 1896, aged 1 month.

G-31 Nellie L. Willcomb- see Capt. William Willcomb.

E-41 Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah Willcomb who departed this life Dec. 10, 1829, aged 85 years. That life is best that answers life’s best end, and this we see in our departed friend. (F.S.) S. W.

G-31 Sarah E. Willcomb – see Capt. William Willcomb.

G-31 Susan D. Willcomb- see Capt. William Willcomb. *Susan Mary Willcomb – see Susan Mary Webber.

G-31 (front) Capt. William Willcomb, 1797-1852. His wife, Sarah Sweet, 1801-1865. William Willcomb, 1836-1897. His wife, Laura P. Underhill, 1836-1909. (right) Children of W. and S.S. Willcomb. William A. 1828-1835. John E., 1831-1832. John S., 1833-1858. William, 1836-1897. Sarah S., 1838-1859. (back) Willie L., 1886-1889. (left) Children of W. and L. P. Willcomb. Nellie L., 1865-1865. W. Howard, 1863-1889.

E-43 In memory of Capt. William Willcomb who departed this life April 23, 1809, AEt. 40. Farewell my friends dry up your tears, I must lye here till Christ appears. (F.S.) W. W.

G-32 Wm. Willcomb died Oct. 3, 1852, AE. 55 yrs. (F.S.) Blank.

G-31 William Willcomb – see Capt. William Willcomb.

G-31 W. Howard Willcomb-see Capt. William Willcomb. *William Loring Willcomb died Mar. 16, 1889, aged 3 years, 11 days. He was the son of Wilbur H. and Mabel A. Willcomb.

C-174 Winfred H. Willcomb-see Charles S. Willcomb.

B-50 Martha Willett – see Martha Willett Lord.

E-45 Here lies the body of Abigail Wise, dafter to Mr. Henry and Mrs Mary Wise, who died March 28, 1742 in the 6th year of her age. (F.S.) Abigail Wise.

E-49 (front) John Wise 1775-1867. Lucy S. Wise 1780-1813. Hannah G. Wise 1770-1854. (right) Lucy S. Wise 1811-1885. (Union Defender marker.)

C-125 Here lyes the body of Mrs. Mary Wise, the wife of Mr. John Wise decd. October the 18th, 1725, in the 28 year of her age.

A-27 Hasel Elpony Wood, widow of Obadiah Wood, died November the 27, 1714, aged 78 years. Wright blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.

A-26 Here lyeth the body of James Wood, who died December the 16, 1708, and in the 34 year of his age.

C-121 (front) John Wood, son of John Wood and Mary Wood, died December the 29, 1712. Aged 15 weeks. (back) Margret, the daughter of John and Mary Wood, died August the 4th, 1714, aged 8 months and 8 days. (F.S.) John Wood. Margret Wood.

C-119 Here lies the body of Mr. John Wood, who died August the 22, A.D. 1751, in the 66 year of his age. (F.S.) Mr. John Wood.

B-149 Lucy S. Wood – see Henry F. Dunnels.

C-122 Here lies the body of Mrs. Mary Wood, wife to Mr. John Wood, decd. Sept. the 23d, 1726, in the 37 year of her age.

G-121 Margret Wood- see John Wood.

E-235 Marg. Wood – see Marg. Wood Caldwell.

B-163 Mrs. Judith, died Jan. 1, 1849, aged 68, wife of Edward Woodbury of Newburyport, he died June 7, 1834, aged 43, on his passage home from N. Orleans.

B-162 Lucy Woodbury – see Lucy Woodbury Jewett.

G-102 Lydia Woodbury – see Otis C. Hardy.

*-Anice B. Worcester died Apr. 28, 1885, aged 22 years, 4 months.

F-19 (tomb) Ira Worcester, Jacob Brown, 1848. (Union Defender marker.) *James T. Worcester, son of Ira and Sarah Worcester, died May 13, 1889, aged 47 years. (Buried in Tomb.)

A-42 Mary Ann, daughter of Ira and Ruth G. Worcester, died March 22, 1838, aged 9 mo. and 15 d. Ere sin could blight, or sorrow fade, death came with kindly care, the opening bud to Heaven conveyed, and made it blossom there. (F.S.) M.A.W.