Old Linebrook Cemetery

The Old Linebrook Cemetery is at the intersection of Linebook Rd with Newbury Road about 6 miles west of Ipswich center. The cemetery was first used in 1725. Regular burials began in 1768, and only 24 were interred there since the beginning of the 20th Century.

Principal family names include Chapman, Conant, Ellsworth, Foster, Howe, Morse, Perley, and Potter.

Andrews, Daniel Austin b. Feb. 7, 1822 d. Sep. 21, 1824. “In memory of son of Joseph and Eunice Andrews born 2/7/1822 died 9/21/1824 aged 2 years 7 mon 14 days. “Rest here sweet babe until Christ comes and bid thy sleeping dust arise. Then with the blest ecclesiastical throng may thou ascend to paradise.”
Andrews, Eunice Kneeland b. May 11, 1799 d. Oct. 11, 1865. “In memory of son of Joseph and Eunice Andrews born 2/7/1822 died 9/21/1824 aged 2 years 7 mon 14 days. “Rest here sweet babe until Christ comes and bid thy sleeping dust arise. Then with the blest eclestical throng may thou ascend to paradise.”
Andrews, Joseph b. Nov. 11, 1798 d. Aug. 13, 1838
Andrews, Mrs Rachael Burnham b. Aug. 2, 1730 d. Feb. 22, 1809
Caleff, John b. 1800 d. Apr. 5, 1804
Carrell, Capt. Phillip b. Jun. 19, 1778 d. Mar. 25, 1849. “Tread lightly here, this little earthly mound wraps a lovely form to memory dear. Tread lightly here, this spot is hallowed ground, Devoted to friendship and affections dear.”
Chapman, Eliza S. Moulton b. Jun. 16, 1823 d. May 29, 1888
Chapman, Elizabeth b. 1768 d. Dec., 1822
Chapman, Eunice Day b. 1773 d. Dec. 17, 1834
Chapman, John b. unknown d. Jun. 2, 1824
Chapman, Joseph b. 1740 d. Mar. 24, 1826
Chapman, Joseph b. unknown d. unknown
Chapman, Lucy b. unknown d. May 15, 1830
Chapman, Martha Conant b. Jul. 27, 1818 d. Aug. 2, 1840. “Dear as thou wert and justly dear, we would not weep for thee – one thought shall check the starting tear is that thou art free. And this shall faith’s consoling power, the tears of love restrain, oh, who that saw thy parting hour could wish thee here again? Gently the passing spirit fled sustained by grace divine, oh may such grace on us be shed, and make our end like thine.”
Chapman, Mary b. Aug. 2, 1772 d. Sep. 19, 1775. “The rising of the morning can’t assure That we shall end the day For death stands ready at the door To seize our lives away.”
Chapman, Mary Perley b. Mar. 2, 1746 d. Jan. 2, 1821
Chapman, Mehitable Smith b. Mar., 1746 d. Oct. 10, 1831
Chapman, Nabby b. Jul. 13, 1788 d. Apr. 13, 1808. “The rising of the morning can’t assure That we shall end the day For death stands ready at the door To seize our lives away.”
Chapman, Ruth b. 1767 d. Jul. 31, 1799. In memory of the daughter of Mr. Joseph and Mrs.Mary Chapman.
Clapp, Frederick A. b. unknown d. Dec. 3, 1879. Husband. Gone but not forgotten. Æt 33 years 2 mos.
Clapp, Frederick L. b. May 5, 1876 d. Aug. 29, 1896. “Thou art safe in heaven my child. safe with the source of love, the everlasting one.”
Conant, Aaron b. May 13, 1787 d. Dec. 12, 1880
Conant, Abigail b. Jun. 17, 1825 d. Jan. 8, 1844. In memory of daughter of William and Ruth Conant. “On heaven thy best affections place, and Jesus’ footsteps meekly trace, Then he will be thy faithful friend, thy youthful.
Conant, Anna Foster b. Dec. 15, 1788 d. Jul. 13, 1877
Conant, Calvin b. Feb. 21, 1809 d. Jul. 27, 1843
Conant, Charles Augustus b. Jan. 7, 1841 d. Jun. 13, 1905. “The memory of the just is blessed.”
Conant, Cyrus b. Feb. 20, 1811 d. Jul. 5, 1819. “The dear delights we here enjoy, and fondly call our own, are but short favors borrowed now to be repaid anon.”
Conant, Daniel b. Mar. 11, 1806 d. Aug. 13, 1882
Conant, Elizabeth Foster b. Mar. 26, 1785 d. Oct. 2, 1844
Conant, Elizabeth Potter b. 1725 d. Mar. 28, 1798
Conant, Elizabeth b. Feb. 13, 1815 d. Feb. 10, 1817. “My dearest friends pray come and see, no age from death can set you free. My God has called my spirit home, prepare for death your turn must be.”
Conant, Elizabeth b. May 14, 1809 d. Feb. 19, 1810. “So fades the lovely blooming flower, frail smiling, solace of an hour, So soon our transient comforts fly, and pleasure only blooms to die.”
Conant, Gilbert b. Aug. 1, 1804 d. Mar. 21, 1885. “From the benighted world dear father passed away, to dwell with Christ above in every lasting way.”
Conant, Gilbert Roger b. Aug. 19, 1832 d. Oct. 19, 1859. “He’s gone. The voyage of human life is o’er, and weeping friends shall see his face no more. Far from the tenderest objects of his love, he dies to find a happier world above as around this monument his friends appear to embalm his precious memory with tears.”
Conant, Hannah Conant b. Apr. 8, 1816 d. May 20, 1889
Conant, Hetty Merriam b. Apr. 12, 1793 d. Dec. 17, 1878
Conant, Ida M. b. Jan. 26, 1860 d. Feb. 16, 1860
Conant, Irene Foster b. 1809 d. Feb. 28, 1838. “[NOR] of prey nor flowery plains nor earthly joys nor earthly pains, shall hold my feet nor force my stay when Christ invites my soul away. In memory of wife of Daniel
Conant, Israel b. 1775 d. Nov. 22, 1849
Conant, John Batchelder b. Apr. 11, 1819 d. Jul. 25, 1841. “Weep not for him you so much loved his earthly suffering now I am above [_] no more.”
Conant, Joseph b. Jun. 14, 1790 d. Jun. 14, 1870
Conant, Joseph b. Nov. 6, 1811 d. Oct. 20, 1885
Conant, Julia W. Morse b. May 31, 1814 d. Apr. 12, 1897
Conant, Lavinia Foster b. Feb., 1807 d. Mar. 7, 1870. “Gently the passing spirit fled sustained by grace divine, oh may such grace on us be shed, and make our end like thine.”
Conant, Lois b. Nov. 29, 1819 d. Oct. 22, 1834
Conant, Lot b. Nov. 21, 1746 d. May 25, 1831
Conant, Lucy Hobbs Foster b. Nov. 17, 1811 d. Nov. 12, 1886
Conant, Martha Potter b. Nov. 16, 1800 d. Jan. 5, 1830. “Nor pain nor grief nor [conscious or anxious] fear invade thy bounds no mortal woes can reach the peaceful sleepers here while angels watch their soft repose.”
Conant, Martha Perley b. Jun. 18, 1811 d. Apr. 11, 1894
Conant, Martha A. Gould b. Feb. 13, 1793 d. Jan. 13, 1854
Conant, Mary Perkins b. 1746 d. Nov. 28, 1831. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.”
Conant, Mary Simpson b. Mar. 7, 1820 d. Oct. 23, 1901
Conant, Matta b. 1782 d. Dec. 2, 1798. It’s a loud call unto us all For to prepare to die Let us make haste for time doth waite and Death is drawing nigh.”
Conant, Ruth Foster b. Aug. 30, 1781 d. Apr. 13, 1859. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.”
Conant, Samuel b. Apr. 1, 1808 d. Dec. 31, 1888
Conant, Sarah Chapman b. 1774 d. May 22, 1804
Conant, William b. 1772 d. Nov. 19, 1858. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.”
Conant, William b. 1785 d. Jul. 11, 1851
Conant, William b. Sep. 23, 1747 d. May 11, 1826. “Alas was brittle clay that made our bodies first, and every month and every day tis mouldering back to dust.”
Conant, William b. Mar. 8, 1721 d. Jul. 1, 1784. “They die in Jeƒus and are bleƒt. How kind their ƒlumbers are. From suffering and from ƒins releaƒed and freed from every snare.”
Conant, William Foster b. Jul. 17, 1802 d. May 7, 1886. “The memory of the just is blessed.”
Conant, William M. b. Mar. 15, 1818 d. Jan. 2, 1906
Conant, William P. b. Nov. 8, 1829 d. Jan. 17, 1830. “Nor pain nor grief nor anxious fear invade thy bounds. no mortal woes can reach the peaceful sleepers here, while angels watch
Dodge, Abbie L. b. 1860 d. Mar. 27, 1860
Dodge, Andrew b. Sep. 19, 1835 d. Oct. 31, 1921. “Here lies his body in this cold womb of mother earth a solemn tomb. It is the house prepared for all both rich and poor and great and small. Why then repine in groans and fears when friends depart and leave us here. Since Christ the head of our salvation has smoothed the way by expiation.”
Dodge, Andrew b. 1771 d. Sep. 22, 1828. “Here lies his body in this cold womb of mother earth a solem tomb. It is the house prepared for all both rich and poor and great and small. Why then repine in groans and fears when friends depart and leave us here. Since Christ the head of our salvation has smoothed the way by expiation.”
Dodge, Andrew D. b. Mar. 20, 1830 d. Jan. 7, 1833
Dodge, Betell b. unknown d. Jun. 27, 1833
Dodge, Cornelia b. Aug., 1855 d. Sep. 17, 1856
Dodge, Elizabeth “Betsey” Dane b. Sep. 22, 1772 d. Dec. 22, 1861. “Sweetly she sleeps beneath the sod released from pain. Her precious dust in the care of God shall rise to live again.”
Dodge, Katharine Shepard b. Jul. 11, 1837 d. Feb. 24, 1840
Dodge, Livermore b. Mar. 30, 1814 d. Jan. 16, 1850. “Life is but a vapor.”
Dodge, Luke b. 1853 d. Dec. 10, 1853
Dodge, Maria Perley b. Mar. 10, 1799 d. Sep. 1, 1852. “Our mother, prompt to perform the duties of her sphere, her hands industrious and her heart sincere, by all who knew her and her virtues proved, she died lamented as she lived beloved.”
Dodge, Ruth Emily Brown b. Apr. 9, 1833 d. Sep. 24, 1903
Dodge, Samuel D. b. Mar. 1, 1832 d. Nov. 3, 1834
Dodge, Samuel Dane b. Mar. 23, 1799 d. May 24, 1860
Ellsworth, Daniel b. May 11, 1767 d. Dec. 22, 1849. “Their day is over their work is done.”
Ellsworth, Dorcas Foster b. Jun. 27, 1776 d. Jan. 19, 1866. “Tis finished the conflict is passed, The heaven born spirit is fled. Her wish is accomplished at last and now she’s entombed with the dead. The months of affliction are o’er the days and the nights of distress We see her in anguish no more, she has formed a happy release.”
Ellsworth, Dorcas b. Dec. 12, 1816 d. Aug. 16, 1836
Ellsworth, Hannah b. Oct. 16, 1756 d. Apr. 15, 1837
Ellsworth, Hiram b. Oct. 22, 1801 d. Oct. 17, 1859. “There remainth therefore rest to the people of God.”
Ellsworth, Jeremiah b. May 16, 1803 d. Oct. 28, 1886
Ellsworth, Lois Bean b. Dec. 19, 1805 d. Dec. 31, 1886. “Though lost to sight, to memory dear.”
Ellsworth, Olive F. Chapman b. 1807 d. Sep. 17, 1861. “The dear delights we here enjoy And fondly call our own Are but short favors borrowed now To be repaid anon.”
Ellsworth, Sarah b. Aug. 3, 1758 d. Mar. 11, 1844
Foster, Allen b. Dec. 25, 1779 d. Aug. 30, 1805
Foster, Apphia b. Jan. 6, 1740 d. Aug. 12, 1824
Foster, Cynthia Andrews b. Sep. 24, 1804 d. May 27, 1881
Foster, David A. b. unknown d. Sep. 13, 1848
Foster, David Calvin b. Mar. 28, 1846 d. Sep. 12, 1857. “Short was the stay of him we mourned for Jesus took the angels home, his body rests beneath the sod but his pure spirit rests with God. Fond parents letting eyes be dry, for still your loved one lives on high. His voice to songs of praise is given amid.”
Foster, Ebenezer Peabody b. Aug. 11, 1817 d. Aug. 29, 1849. . “Be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not, the son of man cometh.”
Foster, Eunice Pingree b. Oct. 26, 1779 d. Feb. 24, 1865. “Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see”
Foster, Gorham b. 1851 d. 1880
Foster, Gorham Parsons b. Mar. 15, 1818 d. Nov. 5, 1851
Foster, Harriet M. b. Jun. 13, 1848 d. Aug. 31, 1929 Foster, Hetty. b 1783 d. 1861. “In the midst of life we are in death and ere this day is gone, the God that gives us life and breath may call our spirit home.”
Foster, John b. Jun. 27, 1777 d. Jun. 24, 1841. “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.”
Foster, Jonathan b. Oct. 11, 1787 d. Dec. 1, 1866. “Gone but not forgotten.”
Foster, Jonathan b. 1753 d. Jan. 17, 1836
Foster, Joseph b. Jun. 30, 1819 d. Dec. 8, 1861. “Asleep in Jesus Oh how sweet To be for such a slumber meet With holy confidence sing That death has lost its venomed sting.”
Foster, Lewis P. b. Jun., 1848 d. Mar. 16, 1866
Foster, Lucy b. Jan. 13, 1781 d. Sep. 16, 1800. “In memory of Miƒs Lucy Foƒter daugr of Mr, Allen & Mrs. Lucy Foƒter who died Sept 16, 1800 aged 19 years 8 months and 3 days.”
Foster, Lucy Lummus b. 1758 d. Apr. 19, 1850
Foster, Lydia Batchelder Perkins b. Apr. 24, 1810 d. Jan. 22, 1888. “Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.”
Foster, Mary Lancaster b. Feb. 10, 1760 d. Dec. 13, 1833
Foster, Mary Foster b. 1787 d. Oct. 10, 1822. “Let this world engage no more, Behold the gaping tomb. It bids us seize the present hour, tomorrow death may come.” “Softly sleep in death’s cold slumber Thou whose form we oft have seen Quickly passes and few in number Have thy days of suffering been.”
Foster, Mary “Polly” Fuller b. Nov. 28, 1765 d. Apr. 1, 1825
Foster, Mary Jane b. Oct. 14, 1845 d. Nov. 28, 1847
Foster, Mary Towne b. Aug. 22, 1843 d. Sep. 8, 1872
Foster, Mehitable b. unknown d. May 23, 1843
Foster, Mehitable “Hitty” Dole b. Jul. 16, 1783 d. Aug. 28, 1861
Foster, Nabby Hobbs b. Sep. 26, 1779 d. Sep. 22, 1857
Foster, Philemon b. Feb. 5, 1779 d. Nov. 26, 1845
Foster, Deacon Philemon b. Feb. 17, 1737 d. May 10, 1818
Foster, Phineas b. Jul. 14, 1796 d. Oct. 12, 1811
Foster, Ruth Perley b. Oct. 29, 1747 d. Apr. 12, 1834. “Reader, be ye also ready.”
Foster, Samuel b. 1800 d. Jan. 4, 1869. . “Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.”
Foster, Thomas b. Nov., 1805 d. Apr. 7, 1806
Foster, Thomas b. Mar. 27, 1766 d. Aug. 15, 1846
Fowler, Debby Dorman b. May 18, 1782 d. Feb. 25, 1805. “Snatch’d from this world while in her fond care From a kind husband and infant dear Parents and friends lament as she departs and still her memory lives in all their hearts.”
Fowler, Gilbert b. Feb. 2, 1789 d. Apr. 16, 1804. “Death like an overflowing stream sweeps us away our life’s a dream an empty tale, a morning flower cut down and withered in an hour.”
Fowler, John b. 1712 d. Sep. 9, 1803
Fowler, Mercy Howe b. Mar. 3, 1714 d. Oct. 24, 1773
Fowler, Perkins b. Dec. 29, 1783 d. Mar. 6, 1804. “Teach us O Lord how frail is man, and kindly lengthen out our span Till a wise care of piety fit us to die and dwell with thee.”
Hardy, Nathaniel K. b. Nov. 15, 1849 d. Jun. 20, 1904
Hart, John Henry b. Dec. 12, 1866 d. Dec. 13, 1904
Hart, Maryetta Hayden b. Mar. 22, 1842 d. Oct. 10, 1869
Hodgkins, Sally b. 1788 d. Jan. 18, 1838
How, Abraham b. Jun. 27, 1686 d. Mar. 6, 1770. Here lyes the body of Mr. Abraham How who died March 6, 1770 aged 84 years “and departed life in full assurance of faith and came to the grave as a shock of corn in his seaƒon.”
How, Hepzibah Andrews b. 1691 d. Apr. 13, 1753. Here lyes the body of Mrs. Hephzibah How wife of Abraham How who died April 13th, 1753 and meekly resigned her soul unto God in whose presence there is full ness of joy and at whose right hand are rivers of pleasure for evermore.
How, Lucy Appleton b. 1731 d. Oct. 22, 1824. “In the 93 year of her age sacred to the memory of relict of the late Dea. Abraham Howe who departed this life. Tir’d with the labors and the cares, a tedious train of more than ninety years, life lost its joys and lost its comforts too, when death arrived he bade the world adieu.”
Howe, Aaron b. Apr. 8, 1768 d. Nov. 11, 1855. “Be ye also ready.”
Howe, Abel b. Sep. 3, 1786 d. Sep. 24, 1855. When I lie buried deep in dust, My flesh shall be thy care, These with thy limbs with the I trust.
Howe, Abel Spofford b. Jan. 18, 1822 d. Dec. 10, 1907
Howe, Capt Abraham b. Sep. 18, 1754 d. Jan. 8, 1795. In memory of Capt. Abraham Howe who departed this life January 8, 1795 in the 41st year of his age. Father I give my spirit up, and trustful in thy hand, my dying flesh shall rest in hope, and rise.
Howe, Deacon Abraham b. Jan. 2, 1725 d. Nov. 5, 1797. “When I can read my title clear to mansions in the skies, I bid farewell to every fear and hellish then…” “Soul engage hurld at Satan’s rage a frowning world like a wild deluge come storms of sorrow fall, may I but safely reach my home, my God my heav’n my all, there shall I bathe my weary soul in seas of heavenly rest and not a wave of trouble roll acroƒs my peaceful breƒt.”
Howe, Eliza Perley b. 1799 d. Apr. 27, 1882. Wife of Aaron Howe. Faithful in all the relations of life, seeking others’ good rather than her own, she always made home happy.
Howe, Elizabeth b. Apr. 17, 1767 d. Aug. 24, 1796. “Why should we tremble to convey their bodies to the tomb, their the dear flesh of Jesus lay, and left a long perfume.”
Howe, Emerson b. Nov. 23, 1813 d. Sep. 1, 1885
Howe, Hannah Emerson b. 1746 d. Feb. 7, 1828. ‘Tis but sleep that makes our flesh decay, the soul kind guardian angels keep, till the last rising day.
Howe, John b. Oct. 8, 1756 d. Jan. 13, 1781. “Although his body lies in this cold grave, the earth too narrow for his ƒoulks repoƒe, He’s wing’d for heaven and took a hasty flight for crowns of glory in ye realms of light.”
Howe, John Leavitt b. Dec. 29, 1855 d. Dec. 18, 1902. Met death in performance of his duty. Dear son thou hast gone and left us, and thy loss we deeply feel. But ’tis God that has bereft us,
Howe, Lucy Foster b. 1779 d. Nov. 16, 1841
Howe, Margaret Bixby b. 1783 d. Jul. 21, 1868
Howe, Mark b. Jul. 5, 1777 d. Jan. 13, 1853
Howe, Mark b. May 1, 1773 d. Jul. 13, 1776. Here lies the body of Mark Howe son of Capt Abraham and Mrs. Lucy Howe who died July 13, 1776 in the 4th year of his age. “Here lies Mark Howe who lately died with two dear brothers near his side.”
Howe, Mary Jane Leavitt b. 1828 d. Feb. 9, 1908
Howe, Nathaniel b. Sep. 16, 1739 d. Mar. 27, 1809. In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Howe. The sweet remembrance of the just, like a green root revives and bears a train of blessings for his heirs, when dying nature sleeps in dust.
Howe, Ruth Conant b. Dec. 10, 1814 d. 1902
Jewett, Amos b. Jul. 31, 1755 d. Dec. 28, 1775. “In the 21st year of his age here lies the body of Mr. Amos Jewett, son of Mr. Amos and Mrs. Jane Jewett.”
Kneeland, Elizabeth b. 1772 d. Jan. 27, 1829. “Here lies a kind and faithful wife, and fond and tender mother dear, who eschewed evil all her life, and was of vicious habits clear.”
Lavalette, Charles C. b. Aug. 25, 1836 d. Apr. 30, 1881
Lavalette, Lois E. b. 1867 d. 1867
Lavalette, Phillip C. b. Sep. 2, 1868 d. Oct. 1, 1868
Mitchell, Louisa b. 1788 d. 1866
Mooar, Freddie Judson b. Nov. 27, 1859 d. Mar. 30, 1860. “Our precious babe has gone to heaven so bright and fair, there all is peace and joy and love, to dwell with Jesus there.”
Morse, Child 127b. unknown d. unknown
Morse, Daniel b. Oct. 12, 1770 d. Feb. 22, 1771
Morse, Huldah Smith b. 1743 d. Jan. 11, 1820. “Three children with these parents lay, to rise with them another day, in Milford’s yard another sleeps, three yet remains there loss to weep.”
Morse, Ruth Worth b. Feb. 12, 1784 d. Jan. 1, 1850. “We have loved them on earth, may we meet them in heaven.
Morse, Deacon Timothy, Jr b. Nov. 30, 1783 d. Aug. 7, 1848. “We have loved them on earth, may we meet them in heaven
Morse, Deacon Timothy b. Sep. 27, 1743 d. Mar. 1, 1824. “Three children with these parents lay, to rise with them another day, in Milford’s yard another sleeps, three yet remains there loss to weep.”
Moulton, Sarah Carroll b. Aug. 9, 1823 d. Jul. 23, 1851
Palmer, John b. unknown d. Aug. 13, 1842
Parley, John b. Sep. 28, 1669 d. May 2, 1725
Peabody, Alonzo P. b. Jun., 1840 d. Dec. 1, 1858. “He sleeps in Jesus and is blest, how sweet his slumbers are, from suffering and from sin released, and free from every care.”
Peabody, Emory S. b. 1841 d. Aug. 5, 1868. “Fair rose his son of life for such has last set at noon, his master must have loved him much to call him home so soon.”
Peabody, Eunice F. Conant b. Dec. 13, 1813 d. Jun. 8, 1887
Peabody, John b. Oct. 23, 1811 d. Jan. 7, 1889
Peabody, Maria J. Dodge b. Sep. 11, 1852 d. Mar. 15, 1918
Perley, Abraham b. Oct. 23, 1793 d. Nov. 25, 1861
Perley, Allen b. May 9, 1718 d. Oct. 14, 1804. “My children all come view my grave Prepare to follow me And if your peace be made with God then happy you shall be.”
Perley, Allen b. Mar. 13, 1763 d. Jun. 24, 1843. “Kind father thou hast left us and thy loss with deeply feel but tis God that has bereft us, he can all our sorrows heal, how loved, how valued once, awaits thee not to whom related or by whom forgot, a heap of dust alone remains of thee.”
Perley, Almira Johnson b. Mar. 16, 1819 d. Nov. 24, 1907
Perley, Andrew Jackson b. Mar. 24, 1833 d. May 11, 1840. “The long and patient sorrow are all past, thy suffering clay has found repose at last. The quiet stone that covers not thy tomb awhile may shroud the shadows with its gloom, but faith’s kind hand shall roll that stone away, and lie thy presence to immortal day.”
Perley, Augustus Monroe b. Dec. 30, 1816 d. Apr. 21, 1891. “Tis hard to break the ender cord when love has found the heart, tis hard so hard to speak the words we must forever part.”
Perley, Carrie b. Oct., 1864 d. Feb. 5, 1868
Perley, David b. May 10, 1776 d. Aug. 14, 1851
Perley, Dolly Scott b. Jun. 5, 1787 d. Feb. 7, 1871. “The memory of the just is blessed.”
Perley, Edith Florence b. Jun. 7, 1874 d. Oct. 27, 1959
Perley, Edwin G. b. Aug. 27, 1866 d. May 27, 1872
Perley, Eliza Howe b. May 15, 1819 d. May 5, 1915
Perley, Elizabeth Perley b. Apr. 20, 1798 d. Jan. 5, 1873. “A worthy woman devoted to her own, charitable to all: her memory is dear.”
Perley, Esther Burpee b. Mar. 28, 1764 d. Feb. 4, 1853. “My children all come view my grave Prepare to follow me And if your peace is made with God How happy you shall be.”
Perley, Hattie b. 1848 d. Apr. 3, 1911
Perley, Jacob 20b. Aug. 12, 1775 d. May 21, 1829. “Children of dust who read with pensive eye These lettered stone where mortal relics lie; Thing as you sigh, because they live no more. Soon you shall drop, and be what you deplore.”
Perley, John b. Feb. 6, 1768 d. Aug. 20, 1858
Perley, John b. Apr. 7, 1737 d. Nov. 30, 1822. “A tender husband a father dear, a much lamented friend lies here, when Christ returns to call him forth, the rising day will know his worth.”
Perley, Joseph B. b. Sep. 28, 1791 d. Apr. 10, 1885
Perley, Laura Elizabeth Pearson b. Dec. 29, 1841 d. Aug. 17, 1926. “Faithful to the Lord”
Perley, Lawrence 20b. Oct. 13, 1879 d. Sep. 12, 1880
Perley, Lydia Perley b. May 18, 1741 d. Aug. 10, 1804. “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.”
Perley, Lydia Maria Pearson b. Oct. 19, 1838 d. Jun. 12, 1880
Perley, Lyman Howe b. Jul. 20, 1862 d. May 27, 1933
Perley, Martha Fowler b. Nov. 1, 1738 d. Sep. 3, 1819. “When God is nigh my faith is strong In Jesus I have put my trust Be glad my heart rejoice my tongue My dying flesh shall rest in hope.”
Perley, Martha Mary Conant b. Oct. 18, 1833 d. Aug. 13, 1863. “Long on Jordan’s banks she waited, listening for the welcome call, firm in the faith and with joy elated, in her Lord her life, her all.”
Perley, Martin Van Buren b. Nov. 26, 1835 d. Sep. 3, 1926. “My redeemer liveth”
Perley, Mary “Polly” Potter b. 1775 d. Dec. 3, 1854
Perley, Mary Perley b. Dec. 26, 1800 d. Nov. 16, 1824. “She was a mother kind and bright In whom her children took fond delight Her soul to unknown worlds is fled Her aged form lies with the dead.”
Perley, Mehetable Dwinnel b. Apr. 3, 1775 d. Nov. 26, 1836 Perley, Monroe Proctor b. Nov. 24, 1847 d. Mar. 29, 1903. “Forever and forever here, we all may rest without a fear, silence or din may reign around, naught can disturb this peace profound, if in either space we find a place where souls may live forever, let’s hope good and bad may all be glad, and earthly bonds break never.”
Perley, Samuel b. Oct., 1841 d. Sep. 5, 1863. “And lo a voice from heaven saying this is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased.”
Perley, Sarah b. Dec. 11, 1772 d. Nov. 19, 1858. “Prepare to meet thy God.”
Perley, Silas b. Oct. 24, 1800 d. Aug. 22, 1861. “Be ye ready for in such an hour as ye think not the son of man cometh.”
Perley, Stephen b. Oct. 22, 1807 d. Sep. 19, 1877. “Dear wife grieve no more for me, dear children grieve no more, believe that I am happier far than when with you before.”
Perley, Van Herbert b. Nov. 4, 1869 d. Dec. 3, 1896. “He rests in peace.”
Perley, Warren Healy b. Oct. 7, 1862 d. Jun. 5, 1884
Perley, William Perkins b. Jan. 7, 1814 d. Dec. 27, 1885. “A precious one from us has gone, a voice we loved is still, a place is vacant in our home, which never can be filled, God in his wisdom has recalled the boom his love has given, and altho’ the body moulders here, the soul is safe in heaven.”
Perley, Winfield A. b. Jun. 6, 1851 d. Sep. 28, 1923. “It is sweet to rest beside those we love.”
Pickard, Children 1b. unknown d. unknown
Pingry, Eliza Morse b. Dec. 28, 1771 d. Jul. 31, 1848
Plouff, Mary Foster b. Dec. 25, 1827 d. Apr. 26, 1915
Plummer, Salome b. 1796 d. Dec. 23, 1850
Potter, Albert E. b. 1842 d. Aug. 30, 1850
Potter, Deacon Anthony b. 1756 d. Jun. 22, 1791
Potter, Elizabeth Perkins b. May 7, 1739 d. May 24, 1781. “Health basks upon thy brow, but death’s cold victim see, soon thou must be as I do now, and others gaze on thee.”
Potter, Ezekiel b. May 16, 1721 d. Jun. 29, 1801. “Hark from the tomb a solemn sound is heard, it rises from the ground, the voice is God and must be heard, and we be lost if not prepared.”
Potter, Ezekiel b. 1743 d. Jan. 18, 1832. “Health basks upon thy brow, but death’s cold victim see, soon thou must be as I do now, and others gaze on thee.”
Potter, Ezekiel P. b. Apr. 8, 1811 d. Mar. 7, 1895
Potter, Hannah b. 1748 d. Aug. 9, 1826. “Health basks upon thy brow, but death’s cold victim see, soon thou must be as I do now, and others gaze on thee.”
Potter, Harriet Nourse b. Dec. 22, 1801 d. Jun. 22, 1832
Potter, John b. Nov. 24, 1798 d. Aug. 30, 1850
Potter, Lydia b. 1754 d. Sep. 21, 1771. “Here lies the body of Lydia Potter daughter of Mr. Ezekiel Potter and Mrs. Mary Potter who died September 21, 1771 aged 17 years 7 months. “Depart ye friends dry up your ter’s, I must lye here til Christ appears.”
Potter, Martha b. 1731 d. Jun. 12, 1803
Potter, Mary Cummins b. 1720 d. Nov. 16, 1806. “God has laid up in Heaven for me a crown which cannot fade. That righteous judge on that great day will place it on my head.”
Potter, Mary Gage Foster b. Sep. 24, 1819 d. Oct. 10, 1872. “Her spirit took its upward flight to realms of beauty love and light, to greet the loved ones gone before, to know no pains no parting more.”
Potter, Mary Jane b. 1847 d. Oct. 14, 1851
Potter, Nathaniel b. 1773 d. May 27, 1851. “The family goes secure to bed with no presage import, no painful breast no aching head, disturb their midnight rest.”
Potter, Nathaniel b. Jan., 1748 d. Sep. 26, 1771. “Here lied the body of Nathaniel Potter son of Ezekiel Potter and Mrs. Mary Potter who died. “Come mortal man cast an eye read thy doom and prepare to die.”
Potter, Phebe Symonds b. Jul. 31, 1779 d. Aug. 10, 1859
Ross, Adam b. Oct. 5, 1752 d. Mar. 21, 1828
Ross, Jeremiah b. Jul., 1754 d. Apr. 24, 1843
Ross, Timothy b. Jul. 31, 1751 d. Jan. 15, 1844
Scott, Benjamin b. Dec. 25, 1753 d. Mar. 12, 1809. “A husband kind a husband dear, a sincere friend lies buried here.”
Scott, Martha Perley b. Jul. 30, 1759 d. Jun. 8, 1833. . “Dearest mother thou hast left us Here thy loss we deeply feel But tis God that has bereft us He can all our sorrows heal.”
Simmons, Elizabeth b. Dec. 20, 1716 d. Dec. 8, 1768
Smith, Asiah 127b. unknown d. unknown
Smith, Elisabeth Smith b. 1714 d. Mar. 27, 1776
Smith, Harriet b. 1827 d. 1917
Smith, James b. 1739 d. Oct. 28, 1805. “And must this body die, this mortal frame decay, and must these active limbs of mine lie mouldering in the clay.”
Smith, Jemima How b. Feb. 6, 1716 d. Jan. 20, 1795. “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.”
Smith, Jemima Foster b. Apr. 15, 1742 d. Dec. 14, 1779. “And must this body die, this mortal frame decay, and must these active limbs of mine lie mouldering in the clay.”
Smith, Jeremiah b. 1712 d. May 24, 1795
Smith, John b. 1823 d. 1900
Swain, Linda C. Lavalette b. Nov. 3, 1871 d. 1919
White, Dorothy b. 1808 d. Dec. 10, 1843. “Farewell my friends and children dear, if aught on earth could keep me here, it would be my love for you. But Jesus calls my soul away and he forbids me longer stay.”