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Wilson Cemetery, Section I

(Note: rows run east-west; starting at northernmost row, east end)

Row 1:

Krelinger (granite)
Joseph Krelinger, Jan. 6, 1842 - July 28, 1904
Mary, his wife, July 18, 1850 - Dec. 16, 1907
Fred Krelinger, Jan. 25, 1878 - Dec. 25, 1923

Waterman (granite)
George W. Waterman, born Mar. 30, 1823, died July 1, 1899
G. Warner Waterman, born May 14, 1862, died Aug. 11, 1865
Sarah Kimball Waterman, born Feb. 11, 1830, died Oct. 14, 1896
Cora E. Waterman, born July 9, 1859, died Nov. 11, 1860
flush granite marker
Florence J., 1880-1950
Charlie W., 1868-1933

Wark (granite)
William Wark, April 1, 1854 - Dec. 15, 1912
his wife, Mary Hogge, June 8, 1859 - Oct. 15, 1902

Taplin (granite)
Carl, 1861-1926
Addie, 1864-1936

Taplin (granite)
Catherine R., 1897-1962
Alonzo G., 1889-1962

Kendall/Ferris (granite - Masonic emblem)
Kendall
Harold E., 1901-1959
Alice M., 1901-1970
Ferris
Fred R., 1899-1967, Vet. World War II (adjacent marker reads "World War II")
Horace C., 1903-1978

Walters (granite)
Andrew M., 1898-1965
Vyvian L., 1903-1980

Murray (granite)
John N., 1908-1984
Avis R., 1910-____

Smith (granite - adjacent marker reads "Veteran, First World War")
Levi Isacc, born Jan. 23, 1897, died Dec. 25, 1961
Ina Emery, born April 23, 1901
2 flush granite markers
Levi I. Smith, Jan. 23, 1897 - Dec. 25, 1961
Ina E. Smith, April 23, 1901 - April 24, 1988


Row 2:

Webster (granite)
east side:
Agnes H., daughter of D.D. & S.C. Webster, Jan. 2, 1879 - Jan. 30, 1899
south side:
Daniel D. Webster, Apr. 28, 1855 - Jan. 25, 1925
wife, Susan C. Maker, Apr. 26, 1859 - Oct. 6, 1910

McLaughlin (granite)
James McLaughlin, 1867-1941
his wife, Charlotte M. Doherty, 1868-1900

Effie (granite) [this appears to be in the Smith lot]

flush granite marker
Ralph N. Smith, D.D.S., 1897-1959 (2 adjacent markers read "World War One Veteran" and "B.P.O.E.")

Gauthier/Bisson (granite - adjacent marker reads "F.L.T./I.O.O.F./57")
5 flush granite markers
Kenneth H., 1919-1937
Rachel Bisson, nee Gauthier, 1921-1998
Emily L., 1870-1910
Fred B., 1871-1934
Roland Bisson, 1919-____

Robie/Roark (granite)
4 flush granite markers
James Williams Roark, Nov. 5, 1889 - June 12, 1975
Edith Grace Robie, Oct. 25, 1894 - Aug. 14, 1986
Allie A. Robie, Sept. 18, 1871 - Oct. 6, 1945
Charles C. Robie, June 9, 1862 - Feb. 18, 1952


Wilfore (granite)
Nelson R., 1906-1977 (adjacent marker reads "World War II")
Rose C., 1903-1961
flush granite marker
Rose C. Wilfore, 1903-1961

Dean (granite)
Harold E., 1917-____
Dorothy C., 1927-____
flush granite marker
Angus A. Murray, Dec. 10, 1915 - Aug. 20, 1990 (adjacent marker reads "World War 1941-1945")

Jackson (granite - adjacent marker reads "Veteran 61-65")
John M., 1884-1961

Raycraft (granite)
Allen H. Raycraft, 1902-1963
Elma C. Raycraft, 1904-1967

Row 3:

Kathrine D. Campbel, born Dec. 26, 1896, died Aug. 18, 1897 (granite)


Wood (granite)
Timothy Wood, born Apr. 20, 1850 at Groby, Leicestersihre, England, died May 10, 1904 at East Barre, Vt.

Poirier (granite)
C. Grace, 1910-1971
Arthur G., 1901-1991 (adjacent marker reads "World War 1917-1918/US")

Stratton (granite)
Gordon C. Stratton, Sept. 18, 1887 - April 12, 1965
his wife, Bernice Sterling, March 3, 1897 - April 13, 1986

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