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Wilson Cemetery, Section X

(rows run north-south; starting at southwest corner)

Row 1:

(marble on granite base - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")
west side:
Jonathan Sherman, died February 9, 1846, Æ. 83 y'rs.
south side
Thankful, wife of J. Sherman, died August 29, 1812, Æ. 41 yrs.
north side:
Jerusha, wife of J. Sherman, died Sept. 27, 1828, Æ. 59 yrs.

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

The grave of Asaph Sherman, who died suddenly 13 Feb. 1835, aged 59 years (marble)

In memory of Asaph Sherman, Esqr., who died July 21, 1810, aged 69 years (slate)

In memory of Mrs. Lucy Sherman, wife of Asaph Sherman, Esq., who departed this life August 13, 1809, aged 65 years. She left 5 children & 49 grandchildren. (slate)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Capt. Joseph Watson, died June 7, 1862, Æ. 99 yrs. (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Betsey, wife of Capt. Joseph Watson, died August 14, 1807, aged 39 years
Sarah, her youngest daughter, [---] (marble - broken and cemented, remainder illegible)

Chloe, wife of Capt. Joseph Watson, died Jan. 2, 1845, aged 55 years (marble)

The grave of Job Adams, who died Oct. 1st, 1804, aged 39 years (marble)

Oramel H. Watson, died May 30, 1875, Æ. 63 yrs., son of Capt. Joseph & Chloe Watson (marble)

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

In memory of the widow Betty Minott, who died October 22, 1806, in the 79 year of her age (slate)

In memory of Capt. Nathaniel Sherman, who died January 3, 1812, aged 79 years (slate - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1776")

In memory of Abigal, wife of Capt. Nathaniel Sherman, who died April 5, 1814, aged 74 (slate)

2 flush granite markers
Daniel Sherman, 1764-1847; Sally, his wife, 1765-1844
Susanna Sherman, 1777-1844

In memory of Jonathan Wilder, died May 23rd, [---]9, Æt. 30 (slate)

Lucy, wife of Warren Ellis, died Sept. 4, 1857, Æ. 74 y's. (marble)

Hon. Warren Ellis, born May 24, 1777, died June 10, 1842 (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Z.C. Ellis, departed this life Sept. 29th, 1827, aged 21 years (marble)

Ellis (granite)
no inscription

Horace H., son of Hon. Warren & Lucy Ellis, died April 15, 1818, aged 1 year, 3 months & 16 days (marble)

Emily, daughter of Hon. Warren & Lucy Ellis, died Dec. 11, 1835, [---] (marble - remainder illegible, sunk into ground)

The grave of Sarah E., wife of Dr. Seth Field, who died March 1, 1831, aged 2[3] years (marble)

Martin (granite)
Elvira Bencroft, wife of Edward Martin, born June 11, 1855, died May 9, 1892
Edward Martin, 1842-1920

flush granite marker
Nina Agnes Annis, 1924

Infant child of Edward & Elvira Martin, died May 8, 1884, [---] (marble - sunk into ground, remainder illegible)

[the following 2 stones are set on a single granite base]

Alvan Carter, died May 22, 1863, Æ. 83 yrs. 7 m's. & 22 d's. (marble)

Betsey, wife of Alvan Carter, died Oct. 4, 1871, Æ. 81 yrs. 2 m's. & 14 d's. (marble)

Col. Benjamin Walker, departed this life on the 11 of May, 1823, aged 72 years (marble)

Eunice, wife of Col. Benj. Walker, died Nov. 11, 1841, aged 80 years (marble)

In memory of Margaett, wife of Benja. Walker, Esqr., died Augst. 14th, 1793, Æt. 40 y; by her side 2 small children (slate)

Willard, son of Orsamus & Adeline Wallace, died April 6, 1811, aged 7 years (marble)

(granite - 2 adjacent markers both read "Veteran 61-65")
Rodolphus L. Estabrook, Mar. 4, 1816 - Jan. 30, 1864
Roxana D..A., his wife, Apr. 19, 1813 - Sept. 16, 1896
George A., their son, member of Co. G, 10th Vt. Vols., Mar. 17,, 1844 - Mar. 18, 1865
Cyrus J. Estabrook, member of Co. I, 10th Vt. Vols., Aug. 18, 1841 - Feb. 2, 1915
Clementine R., his wife, June 1, 1851 - Dec. 19, 1926

E.B. (marble)

Blanchard (granite - adjacent marker reads "Veteran 61-65")
west side:
Asa Blanchard, 1769-1850
Lydia Nichols, wife of Asa Blanchard, 1775-1859
Amos Blanchard, 1791-1836
Dolly Pettengill, wife of Amos Blanchard, 1794-1870
east side:
Lyman Blanchard, 1818-1862
Sarah A., wife of Lyman Blanchard, 1818-1863
William, son of Lyman & Sarah A. Blanchard, 1845-1862
Elnora Blanchard, wife of Orlando M. Gibbs, 1843-1873

Row 2:

In memory of Lucia, daughter of Daniel & Sally Nelson, who died March 21, 1814, aged 4 months (slate)

In memory of Miss Candace, daughter of Eldr. Timothy & Mrs. Phalle Grow, who died in her sleep Feb. 25th, 1806 in the 21st year of her age (slate)

Infant daughter of Col. Nathl. & Deborah H. Sherman, died Sept. 13, 1812, aged 10 days (slate)

In memory of Paul Denison Dean, who departed this life July the 26th, 1810, in the 3th year of his age (slate)

Here rests the remains of Luther Holton, Esq., departed this life Feb. 10, 1809, in his 33d year (slate)

Row 3:

Browning (granite)
west side:
Lucy Browning, daug. of Asaph Sherman, born Aug. 25, 1766, died Aug. 30, 1851
Joseph Browning, born Rutland, Mass., Nov. 21, 1760, died Dec. 26, 1831
east side:
Alfred Browning, son of Joseph & Lucy, died Oct. 8, 1892, Æ. 84 yrs. 3 mos. 3 dys.
His wife, Lucy, daug. of Samuel & Lydia French, died Apr. 16, 1886, Æ. 75 yrs. 6 mos. 15 dys.
Emily, daug. of Joseph & Lucy, died Apr. 21, 1891, Æ. 80 yrs.
Infant son of Alfred & Lucy, died Mar. 15, 1838

Bates (granite)
west side:
Allen Bates, born Nov. 6, 1829, died Sep. 8, 1896, son of Levi & Patty Bates
south side:
Adeliza, wife of Allen Bates, died May 16, 1855, Æ. 21 y's., dau'r. of Alfred & Lucy Browning
east side
Daniel A. Bates, born June 5, 1873, died Feb. 8, 1900
north side:
Lucy, wife of of Allen Bates, born Sep. 29, 1832, died Apr. 4, 1907, dau'r. of Stephen C. & Charlotte Ross

Marcia, daughter of Samuel & Rebecca Harrington, died March 21, 1837, Æ. 4 mo. & 25 d's. (marble)

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

Catherine, wife of Sam'l. Woodward, died Jan. 20, 1821, Æ. 23 y's. (marble)

Nathan Harrington, died July 30, 1828, aged 71 (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Elizabeth, wife of Nathan Harrington, died June 19, 1844, aged 83 years (marble)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Lawson Harrington, died Oct. 29, 1832, Æ. 45 yrs. (marble)

Elizabeth Harrington, born June 16, 1802, died Mar. 26, 1895 (marble)

Mary, dau'r. of Lawson & Elizabeth Harrington, died Mar. 6, 1833, Æ. 8 yrs. (marble)

John Q., son of Lawson & Elizabeth Harrington, died Apr. 6, 1833, Æ. 6 yrs. (marble)

Jennette, dau'r. of Lawson & Elizabeth Harrington, died Jan. 4, 1835, Æ. 5 yrs. (marble)

In memory of Wm. Bartlett, who died Decm. th 9, 1811, aged 20 years (slate)

In memory of Wm. & Meri, son and daughter of John Gale; Wm. died March 16, 181[5], aged 16 days; Meri died May 11, 1814, aged 8 days (slate)

Eunice, wife of [---] Gale, who [---] (slate - sunk into the ground; partly illegible)

Blanchard (marble)
west side:
Hiram Blanchard, born Apr. 23, 1814, died Nov. 18, 1902
his wife, Mary P. Earl, born Dec. 17, 1815, died Mar. 19, 1898
north side:
George W., born Sept. 17, 1835, died July 30, 1836
Hattie, born Mar. 18, 1853, died Sept. 17, 1862
children of Hiram & Mary P. Blanchard
4 small marble markers
Father/Mother/Hattie/George

Nath'l. Cook, died Aug. 6, 1867, Æ. 85 yrs. (marble)

Eunice, wife of Nath'l. Cook, died June 10, 1866, Æ. 84 yrs. (marble)

John W., son of Nathaniel & Eunice Cook, died [---] (marble - sunk into ground; partly illegible)

Charles A., son of A.T. & A.A. Wallace, died Sept. 27, 1868, Æ. 17 m's. (marble)

no inscription (marble)

George P., son of O.M. & D.B. Towne, died June 23, 1879, Æ. 21 y's. (marble)

Clarinda Hoyt, dau. of Nathaniel & Unice Cook, died Jan. 9, 1892, Æ. [73]y's. (marble)

(granite)
west side:
Warren Paine, 1802-1888
Susan Thompson, his wife, 1810-1894
north side:
Origen Bourlis, 1847-1862

Mary Jane, dau. of Joseph & Jane Bucannan, died Mar. 17, 1853, [---] (marble - sunk into ground; partly illegible)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Hiram Shepard, died Oct. 12, 1881, Æ. 78 y's. 3 m's. (marble)

Lura Bixby, wife of Hiram Shepard, died May 24, 1873, Æ. 58 y's. 11 m's. (marble)

Harriet, wife of Hiram Shepard, died Feb. 17, 1843, Æ. 33 y's.
Mary Ann, daughter H. & H. Shepard, died Feb. 21, 1839, Æ. 14 m's. (marble)

Harriet, dau. of H. & H. Shepard, died Mar. 18, 1834, Æ. 3 y's. 6 m's. (marble)

George N., son of Hiram & Harriet Shepard, died May 14, 1855, Æ. 20 y's. 4 mo. (marble)

[the following 4 stones are set on a single granite base]

John B. Shepard, 1900-1981, son of Wilbur and Ida Shepard (granite - adjacent marker reads "World War II")

Ida J. Wood, wife of Wilbur Shepard, died Nov. 8, 1876, Æ. 27 y's. 5 m's. 16 d's. (marble)

Wilbur F., 1848-1925 (granite)

Ida S. Witham, 1857-1948, wife of Wilbur F. Shepard (granite)

Wood (granite)
west side:
Luther P. Wood, 1818-1911
Edna T. Wood, wife of Luther P. Wood, died Dec. 23, 1891, aged 68 yrs.
south side:
Dan T. Wood, died Nov. 21, 1876, aged 23 yrs. 8 mos.
north side:
Corrie E. Wood, wife of Leon M. Rowe, died Oct. 4, 1880, aged 21 years

Dan'l. O'Neal, Co. B, 5th Vt. Inf., [---] (marble - sunk into ground; partly illegible - adjacent marker reads "Veteran 61-65")

Row 4:

In memory of Harriet, daughter of Thomas & Persis Browning, who died March the 19, 1811, aged [8] days (slate)

In memory of Adeliza, daughter of Thomas and Persis Browning, died March 15, 1818, in her 2nd year (slate)

In memory of Lucy S. Browning, who died Oct. the 6th, 1821, aged 12 weeks (slate)

In memory of Matilda, daughter of Thomas & Persis Browning, who died Jan. 25, 1827, aged 21 months (slate)

no inscription (marble)

Browning/Chamberlin (granite)
west side:
Infant daughter, Oct. 31, 1817
Sherman, 1820-1823
Orlana, 1816-1891
south side:
Browning
Harriet, 1814-1814
Adeliza, 1816-1818
Lucy, 1821-1821
Matilda, 1825-1827
Otoline, 1828-1828
east side:
children of Rev. Thomas & Persis Ross Browning
north side:
Chamberlin
Abner Chamberlin, 1785-1834
Susannah, his wife, 1791-1883

G.W. Barnes, Co. E, 8th Mass. Inf. (marble - adjacent marker reads "Department Post 56 G.A.R. Vt.")

no inscription (marble)

no inscription (marble)

Jennie K. Barnes, died Feb. 20, 1888, Æ. 33 yrs. (marble)

Durrell (granite)
west side:
Charles F. Durrell, born April 12, 1832, died May 23, 1893
south side:
Lucia Browning, wife of Charles F. Durrell, born Dec. 10, 1836, died Dec. 28, 1909, daughter of Alfred & Lucy Browning

Sacred to the memory of Lois, wife of Gideon Downing, who died Dec. 22, 1822, aged 36 years & 6 months (slate)

In memory of Molly, wife of Amos Jones, died April 1st, 1804, Æt. 39 (slate)

Amos Jones, died March 16, 1841, aged 68 years (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Rebecca, wife of Jona. Woodward, died March 16, 1824, aged 60 years (marble)

Harvey S. Woodward, died Nov. 4, 1820, Æ. 20 (marble)

Harrington (granite)
west side:
Col. J.D. Harrington, Jan. 24, 1793 - Dec. 20, 1862
Catherine, his wife, Nov. 5, 1796 - March 31, 1863
south side:
Hiram B. Harrington, May 4, 1821 - Aug. 31, 1858
Jennette Harrington, Jan. 10, 1835 - March 31, 1849
north side:
Ira P. Harrington, Oct. 28, 1823 - May 18, 1882

Eli Holden, died June 1, 1842, in the 67 year of his age (marble)

Hannah, wife of Eli Holden, died August 31st, 1840, aged 59 years (marble)

Abigail, wife of Benjamin Holden, died Feb. 12, 1842, in the 90 year of her age (marble)

Margaret E., wife of Martin Y. Blanchard, Aug. 6, 1867, Æ. 21 y's. (marble)

Blanchard (granite)
2 small granite markers
Martin Van Buren, 1837-1893
Alice Adele, 1864-1929

Cooney (granite)
Clarence S. Cooney, Nov. 27, 1864 - Aug. 11, 1923
his wife, Fannie A. Bates, Aug. 5, 1861 - May 19, 1950
Marchant B., Mar. 16, 1889 - Sept. 2, 1889
2 small granite markers
Kimball M. Cooney, 1891-1957; Bessie C. Persons, 1893-1979
M.B.C.

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Humphrey Holt, died Aug. 5, 1864, Æ. 70 y's. & 6 m's. (marble)

Philena, wife of Humphrey Holt, died April 13, 1842, Æ. 37 y's. 2 m's. & 11 d's. (marble)

Caroline, died April 21, 1836, Æ. 1 yr. & 6 ms.
Louise, died April 21, 1833, Æ. 1 mo.
children of Humphrey & Philena Holt (marble)

Melissa A., wife of Gilman S. Dudley & dau'r. of Humphrey & Philena Holt, died July 5, 1875, Æ. 47 y's. & 3 m's., our sister (marble)

Our sister, Harriet S., wife of Henry Young, died Mar. 2, 1885, aged 44 y'rs. & 4 mo's. (granite)

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

Susan A., wife of Calvin Holt, died Dec. 21, 1875, aged 47 y's. 5 m's. 18 d's. (marble)

Husband, Calvin Holt, died May 26, 1897, Æ. 72 yrs. (marble)

Eunice F. Bean, wife of Calvin Holt, died Feb. 26, 1907, Æ. 71 yrs. (marble)

(granite)
Alvin Wood, 1792-1878
his wife, Betsey Wood, 1795-1879

Row 5:

Joseph Sterling, died Oct. 18, 1863, Æ. 94 y's. (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1776")

Lucy, wife of Joseph Sterling, died Jan. 15, 1868, Æ. 91 y's. (marble)

Wilson (granite)
west side:
John Newton Wilson, Dec. 12, 1811 - July 17, 1885
His wife, Elmira Wheaton, Oct. 30, 1816 - Jun. 12, 1898
south side:
Sarah W. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1841 - Apr. 4, 1862
Emily T. Wilson, Jan. 1, 1844 - Apr. 2, 1862
east side:
Albert S. Wilson, Jan. 15, 1859 - Apr. 1, 1862
north side:
Clara I. Wilson, Nov. 7, 1850 - Mar. 31, 1862
Marcia N. Wilson, May 21, 1853 - Mar. 27, 1862

In memory of Joseph Sterlin, who died Jan. 12, 1813, in his 18th year
In memory of Erastus Sterlin, who died Sept. 26,
[--]21, in his 20 year (slate - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1776")

Waters (granite)
west side:
Clark Waters, July 24, 1812 - June 30, 1895
Nancy Holmes, his wife, Nov. 24, 1815 - Feb. 18, 1879
Walter L. Waters, Feb. 14, 1851 - July 3, 1862
Margaret H. Waters, Dec. 8, 1847 - July 15, 1862
south side:
Nettie E. Waters, wife of J.D. Cummings, July 22, 1853 - Aug. 5, 1900
north side:
Collimer G. Waters, infant son, 1849

Roswell Waters, died March 22, 1834, [---] (marble - sunk into ground; partly illegible)

In memory of Betcy, daugh. of Timothy [&] Molly Wat[ers] who died [---] (slate - sunk into ground; part missing)

In memory of Capt. Timothy Waters who died March 20, 1806, in the 51 year of his age (slate - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1776")

Molly Hall, formerly wife of Capt. Timothy Waters, died Sept. 10, 1851, Æ. 92 y's. (marble)

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

[----] Marston Waters, died Dec. 12, 1854, Æ. 67 y's. (marble - broken; top missing)

Marston Waters, died July 31, 1848, Æ. 67 y's. (marble)

no inscription (marble - top broken off and missing)

Little Elvira (marble)

Elvira, wife of G.W. Paige, died May 20, 1841, aged 23 years, 6 months, 24 days; also, Elvira, their daughter, aged 1 year (marble on a granite base)

Abbott (granite)
west side:
Abijah Abbott, Oct. 3, 1773 - Sep. 22, 1822
Abigail Cutting, his wife, Aug. 4, 1773 - Aug. 14, 1838
their children
Zilla Abbott, died Aug. 3, 1804, Æ. 5 mos.
Selina Abbott, died Oct. 11, 1822, Æ. 12 years
Abigail Cuttings remains are interred in Oakwood Cemetery, Waukegan, Ill., in the lot of Hon. A.S. Sherman
south side:
Lemuel Abijah Abbott, Maj. U.S. Army, Aug. 24, 1842 - Feb. 3, 1911
east side:
Richard Flagg Abbott, June 3, 1799 - June 2, 1858
Mary Norris, his wife, Feb. 28, 1817 - Feb. 7, 1887
Fred Lucius Abbott, their son, March 7, 1854 - April 7, 1861
small granite marker with metal plaque
L.A.A. (the plaque reads "Maj. Abbott fought in the Civil War, commanding and leading men to preserve the Union, in about two score battles - 1862 - 1865 - in the Tenth Regt. Vt. Vol. Inf.; was four times wounded; and after, in the Sixth U.S. Cavalry, against Indians on the frontier in protection of helpless families and frontiersmen, in all about twenty years. It was on his recommendation, when in command of Camp Thomas, A.T. 1879, to the government, which it adopted, that the Indians were schooled, elevated and brought to a standard of civilization which took them from the warpath and its atrocities which had shocked the civilized world from the first settlement in America." - adjacent marker reads "Veteran 61-65")
6 small granite markers
M.N./F.L.A./R.F.A./A.A./Z.A./S.A.

Robert Morse, died June 3, 1842, in the 49 year of his age (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Erected to memory of Polly, consort of Robert Morse, who died July 17th, 1824, aged 28 years (marble)

Luther, son of Robert & Polly Morse, died Feb. 7, 1822 (marble)

Warren, son of Robert & Polly Morse, died Sept. 16, 1823 (marble)

[---] 1846, 10 years, 9 months & 6 days (marble - top broken off and missing)

Laura M., daughter of John & Eliza [B.] Campbell, died May 2, 1842, aged 5 years (marble)

Helen H., daughter of John & Eliza Campbell, died June 20, 1843, aged [8] years & 9 months (marble)

In memory of Martha G., wife of Wm. Farwell & daughter of Robert & Phebe Morse, who died Aug. 1, 1849, aged 20 years (marble)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Asahel Earle, died Aug. 2, 1862, Æ. 44 yrs. (marble)

Mary M., wife of Asahel Earle, of Barre, Vt., & second wife of Sylvester L. Gates, of Morristown, Vt., died Aug. 5, 1875, Æ. 55 y's. & 3 m's., dau'r. of Capt. Robert & Mary Morse (marble)

Emily Florence, dau'r. of Asahel & Mary Earle, died Aug. 17, 1862, Æ. 17 yrs. (marble)

Frank M., son of Asahel & Mary Earle, died Aug. 17, 1862, Æ. 11 yrs. (marble)

Carrie, only remaining child of Asahel & Mary M. Earle, died July 3, 1869, aged 10 y's. 2 m's. & 3 d's. (marble)

Bates/Farrar (granite - Masonic emblem - adjacent marker reads "World War I")
Susie J. Bates, 1888-1904
Baby, 1883
Arthur B. Farrar, 1897-1957
Irving W. Bates, 1855-1920
his wife, Cora A. Cheney, 1858-1940
his wife, Beulah B. Farrar, 1890-1983
2 flush granite markers
C.S.C./F.A.C.

Martin/Griffin (granite - adjacent marker reads "Veteran World War")
west side:
Martin
Harriet S., 1872-1960
Frank B., 1868-1937
east side:
Griffin
John C., 1896-1966
Marion G., 1898-1972
2 flush granite markers
John C. Griffin, Massachusetts, Seaman, 6th Battle Squadron, U.S.S. New York, World War I, May 14, 1896 - Aug. 4, 1966
Marion G. Martin, Sept. 30, 1898 - Nov. 12, 1972, wife of John C. Griffin

Little Mary, dau. of H.F. & H.C. Woodward, born Mar. 10, 1866, died Aug. 18, 1866 (marble)

Frank L., [---] (marble on granite base - broken; portion missing)

Polly, wife of Elihu Woodward, died Feb. 11, 1872, Æ. 80 (marble on a granite base)

Row 6:

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Samuel, son of Samuel & Lydia French, died Oct. 15, 1822, in the 5th year of his age (marble)

Lydia, daughter of Samuel & Lydia French, died January 28, 1841, aged 25 years (marble)

Lydia, wife of Samuel French, died Jan. 12, 1850, Æ. 70 yrs. (marble)

Samuel French, died Aug. 25, 1856, Æ. 67 y's. 7 m's. (marble)

Leander French, died Nov. 25, 1859, Æ. 47 y's. 6 mo. (marble)

Eli Boutwell, died Nov. 10, 187[3], Æ. 81 ys.
his wife, Olive, died Nov. 17, 1876, Æ. 84 ys. (marble)

Asa Boutwell, died June 14, 1868, Æ. 88 y's.
his wife, Hannah Carpenter, died June 20, 1819, Æ. 36 y's.
his 2d wife, Polly Carpenter, died Aug. 3, 1847, Æ. 56 y's. (marble on a granite base - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

In memory of Martha, daughter of Mr. Scott and Mrs. Dorathy Boutwell, who died Feb. 26, 1810, aged 2 months (slate)

Lyman, son of Lyman & Hannah Waters, died July 26, 1861, Æ. 22 y's. (marble on a granite base)

Lyman Waters, died Feb. 26, 1838, aged 28 years (marble)

Abigail, daughter of Samuel & Polly Howland, who died Feb. 11, 1815, aged 2 years, 3 m. (slate)

In memory of Daniel Lefavour, son of Samuel & Polly Howland, who died May 1, 1813, aged 3 years (slate)

This stone is to perpetuate the memory of Polly, wife of Samuel Howland, who died June 21, 1816, aged 28 (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

[the following 6 stones are set on a single granite base]

Sarah, wife of Peter Johonnott, died Aug. 29, 1854, Æ. 79 y's. (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Peter Johonnott, died at Solon Mills, Ill., Aug. 29, 1865, Æ. 93 y's. 2 m's. (marble)

Ruth, wife of Peter Johonnott, died Oct. 31, 1807, Æ. 29 y's. (marble)

Albert, son of Peter & Sarah Johonnott, died May 2, 1813, Æ. 1 y'r. 1 mo. (marble)

Sarah M., wife of T.J. Blanchard, died Mar. 9, 1853, Æ. 36 y's. (marble)

Thomas J. Blanchard, died Mar. 29, 1873, Æ. 55 y's. (marble)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Albert J. Blanchard, died Sept. 6, 1877, Æ. 31 y's. (marble)

Peter Johonnott, died Jan. 29, 1867, Æ. 68 y's. 11 m's. (marble)

Nancy, wife of Peter Johonnott, died July 4, 1872, Æ. 70 y's. 5 m's. (marble)

Ellen Maria, dau. of Peter & Nancy Johonnott, died Apr. 20, 1830, Æ. 9 m's. (marble)

Martha Johonnott, died Jan. 11, 1924, Æ. 92 y's. (marble)

Daniel R., son of Daniel & Maria Walker, died Jan'y. 11, 1821, aged 6 weeks (marble)

no inscription (marble)

George H., son of Daniel & Maria Walker, died Feb. 21, 1823, aged 8 months (marble)

[the following 2 stones are set on a single granite base]

[---], died April 1, 184[2], aged 62 years (marble - top broken off and missing)

Polly, wife of Josiah Allen, died Mar. 8, 1868, aged 84 years (marble)

Hannah, wife of Lemuel Williams, died [Apr. --,] 1845, aged 2[0] years (marble - badly eroded)

Caroline O., daug'r. of [E]rastus W. & Lucy H. Stone, died Nov. 29, 1850, Æ. 15 y's. 8 mo's. [---] (marble - sunk into the ground; partly illegible)

Charles A., son of Rufus & Clarissa Badger, died May 11, [---] (marble - sunk into the ground; remainder illegible)

[the following 2 stones are set on a single granite base]

Lois Bigelow, died Jan. 8, 1877, aged 61 y's. 8 m's. & 16 d's. (marble)

Minorice Bigelow, died Nov. 22, 1860, Æ. 46 y's. 8 mo. (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran Mexican War")

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Bigelow (granite)
John W. Bigelow, Feb. 8, 1823 - Aug. 5, 1882
Sarah Huntly, wife of John W. Bigelow, Aug. 20, 1824 - Nov. 20, 1859

Sarah A. Holt, wife of John W. Bigelow, Dec. 1, 1837 - Dec. 2, 1907 (marble)

Charles A., son of John W. & Sarah H. Bigelow, died in Washington, D.C., May 30, 1864, of wounds received in Battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864, Æ. 16 yrs. 8 ms. & 21 ds., a member of Co. E, [17th] Reg't. Vt. Vols. (marble - adjacent marker reads "G.A.R.")

Jennie E., dau'r. of John W. & Sarah A. Bigelow, died Feb. 18, 1877, aged 12 y's. 1 mo. & 10 d's. (granite)

George B. Bigelow, Apr. 3, 1869 - Mar. 16, 1942
his wife, Rena R. Armington, Sept. 11, 1880 - May 5, 1899 (marble)

Orville A., son of [J.P.] & [A.I.] Woodward, died Oct. 22, 1873, [---] (marble on a granite base - badly eroded and difficult to read)

Woodward (marble)
Horace F. Woodward, Sept. 14, 1828 - May 22, 1912
his wife, H. Carrie Lindsey, Nov. 17, 1834 - Sept. 6, 1921

Will E. Woodward, born Nov. 8, 1870, died June 4, 1896 (marble)

Fred E., son of H.F. & H.C. Woodward, born Dec. 2, 1868, died Jan. 28, 1885 (marble)

Row 7:

Boutwell (granite)
Marcus Boutwell, 1830-1903
Susan F. Beal, 1834-1862
Judeth K. Goodrich, 1826-1900
Marcus L. Boutwell, 1861-1862

Marcus L., only child of Marcus & Susan Boutwell, died Aug. 14, 1862, Æ. 9 m's. & 10 d's. (marble)

Marshall Campbell, died Apr. 21, 1900, Æ. 81 yrs. (marble)

George A., son of Marshall & Lucinda Campbell, died Nov. 20, 1860, Æ. 13 yrs. (marble)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Roxana Parker, dau'r. of David & Rhoda Richardson, died April 22, 1827, Æ. 32 y's. (marble)

Delia N., wife of Oel M. Town, died Oct. 27, 1876, aged 62 y's. 4 m's. & 12 d's. (marble)

Rhoda, wife of David Richardson, died Feb. 3, 1814, aged 45 years (marble)

David Richardson, died April 26, 1845, aged [7]8 years & [9] months (marble - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1812")

Lucy, wife of David Richardson, died Sept. 26, 1864, Æ. 85 y's. 7 m's. (marble)

In memory of Jereh G. Sebley, son of Mr. Jereh & Mrs. Mary Sebley, who died Nov. [---] (slate - sunk into the ground; partly illegible)

Downing (granite)
Richard Downing, Aug. 16, 1810 - May 5, 1883
His wife, Mary Paine, Mar. 19, 1811 - Apr. 14, 1851
Mother
Father

In memory of Lucy, wife of Culling S. Calfe, who died in Washington, Oct. 24, 1821, aged 26 (marble)

In memory of Ezra Paine, Jr., son of Ezra & Mehitable Paine, who died May 1, 1811, in his 14 year (slate)

In memory of Candace, daughter of Ezra & Mehitable Paine, who died Jan. 31, 1832, aged 24 years (marble)

Mahittable, wife of Ezra Paine, died March 18, 1841, aged 65 years, leaving 6 children and 18 grand-children (marble)

Ezra Paine, died Oct. 17, 1857, Æ. 87 y's. (marble)

[the following 5 stones are set on a single granite base]

Nahum Nichols, died Sept. 24, 1874, Æ. 82 y's. 11 m's. & 20 d's. (marble)

Anna W., wife of Nahum Nichols, died Oct. 10, 1863, Æ. 69 yrs. (marble)

(stone missing)

Lucy C., daugh. of Nahum Nichols, died April 17, 1855, Æ. 33 y's. (marble)

Martha A., wife of Joel Abbott, died Nov. 17, 1855, Æ. 35 y's., daughter of Nahum Nichols (granite)

Carnes (granite)
Lydia J. Carnes, 1852-1899

(granite)
A.K. Barns, died Jan 16, 1850, Æ. 52
Lois, wife of A.K. Barns, died Aug. 8, 1842, Æ. 48

In memory of my husband, Hiram P. Barnes, died Sept. 17, 1862, Æ. 41 y's. (marble)

[the following 2 stones are set on a single granite base]

Olive P., wife of Lewis Pettengill, died Feb. 14, 1905, aged 82 yr's. 4 mo's. Lewis Pettengill, died Sept. 17, 1895, aged 77 years, 10 months (granite)

Charles S., son of Lewis & Olive Pettengill, died June 19, 1856, aged 17 days (granite)

[the following 3 stones are set on a single granite base]

Thomas B. Nichols, died July 21, 1891, aged 61 years and 4 mo's.
Susan A. Walker, wife of T.B. Nichols, died Mar. 3, 1903, aged 71 yr's. 9 mo's. (granite)

Lucy E., daughter of T.B. & S.A. Nichols, died Jan. 6, 1881, aged 22 yrs. & 9 mos. (granite)

Charles B., son of T.B. & S.A. Nichols, died Jan. 15, 1860, aged 3 mos. (granite)

Nichols (granite - adjacent marker reads "Veteran War 1776")
John, 1783-1857
Lucy, his wife, 1787-1853
Thomas, 1756-1800
Dolly, his wife, 1759-1851

Downing (marble on a granite base)
Friend N. Downing, died July 25, 1873, aged 60 y's. & 22 d's.
Philona C., wife of Friend N. Downing, died Jan. 30, 1857, Æ. 43 yr's.
Catharine, wife of Friend N. Downing, died Jan. 17, 1889, Æ. 59 yrs.

Row 8:

Dudley Sterling, died Mar. 26, 1881, Æ. 77 y's. (marble)

Lavina A., wife of Dudley Sterling, died Sept. 11, 1874, Æ. 65 y's. (marble)

Henry H. Sterling, died Feb. 19, 1868, Æ. 31 y's. 9 m's. (marble)

Elizabeth L. dau'r. of Dudly & Lovina Sterling, died [---] 1862 [---] (marble - sunk into the ground; partly illegible)

flush granite marker
Andrew W. Sterling, 1847-1932

Lorenzo Boutwell, Dec. 29, 180[3] - Feb. 1, 1894
His wife, Parnel B., Mar. 2, 1807 - July 15, 1878 (marble on a granite base)

(marble on a granite base - stone has been broken off and is missing)

Edwin, son of Lorenzo & Parnel Boutwell, died in Moretown, Vt., Mar. 3, 1874, aged 35 y's. 7 m's. 27 d's. (marble)

Martha A., wife of Wm. M. Kinney, died Jan. 6, 18[88], Æ. 16 yrs. (marble)

(marble on a granite base)
Calvin Abbott, died Aug. 15, 1841, Æ. 70 y's.
Lucy, wife of Calvin Abbott, died April 15, 1851, Æ. 70 y's.

(marble on a granite base)
Henry Abbott, died Feb. 7, 1850, Æ. 32 y's.

Mrs. Betsey French, died Feb. 22, 1887, Æ. 84 yrs. (marble)

(granite)[possibly in the French lot]
Ray
Arthur
Gladdys
Clayton

Sophia S. French, Dec 29, 1841 - Oct. 22, 1879 (granite)

James M. Carnes, 1824-1900 (granite)

Betsey L., wife of J.M. Carnes, died Sept. 12, 1888, Æ. 62 y's. (marble)

Elizy J., wife of James M. Carnes, died Aug. 18, 1855, Æ. 38 y's.
Samuel P., son of J.M. & E.J. Carnes, died Aug. 6, 1854, Æ. 5 y's. (marble on a granite base)

Jane L., [---] [of] [---] & [---], died Aug. 1[4], 18[--], Æ. 29 y'rs. (marble)

Lydia, wife of James Carnes, died Mar. 11, 1867, Æ. 74 y's. 5 m's. & 16 d's. (marble)

Carnes (granite)
Emma Wilson, wife, born Jan. 28, 1825, died Apr. 9, 1877
Rodney Carnes, born Aug. 28, 1823, died Dec. 4, 1898

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