Farmington, Maine

DIRECTIONS: From Routes 2 & 4,take the Knowlton Corner Road - this is the turn by the Twin Ponds Motel. Go past the large farm on the corner - about a mile out. The road dips, then climbs. At the top of the hill the road levels out. There's a large red cape on the left. The road to this cemetery is on the right, directly across from the red cape. It's a 'woods road' and can be accessed by a 4 x 4. The cemetery is in off the main road about a 1/4 mile - on the left across a stone wall. Trees are cleaned out, but some brush.

Copied by Nancy Porter in October 1998

    Continetal Line Rev War
    b. Oct 25 1753  d. May 24 1827 @74y
    New Military Stone Note: This was erected thru the influence of the
    United Bikers of Maine.
    Old stone on ground broken

KNOWLTON John  d. July 16 1862 @72y 4m 9d
    Polly h.w.  d. May 12 1854 @59y

BLACK MONOLITH STONE.  There is speculation that this is the grave
    of the faithful slave to the Knowlton family "Ceasar"

KNOWLTON Joseph d. Nov 17 1857 @29y 4m 17d
    Sarah R h.w. d. May 9 1858 @26y 6m 6d

  Old slate unreadable stone.
  Head & foot stone of granite - no name, date or initials.

KNOWLTON Russell d. apr 5 1861 @38y 5d
   Clarinda A h.w. d. Oct 14 1859 @26y 4m 8d
   Clarinda, thier dau. d. Jan 30 1861 @1y 10m 15d

KNOWLTON Joshua d. Apr 15 1873 @75y 7m
   Lydia h.w. d. Oct 6 1843 @41y

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