At the junction of US2 & SR-17 in Mexico, Maine
(flag) denotes a military affiliation
This record is set up alphabetically by Surname,
not by row or lot as the stones appear in the cemetery.
KNAPP Elwin C. 1911 - 1981 Mary E., his wife 1920 - 1988 (black granite stone) MERRILL Moses MERRILL Susan, his wife d. 2-21-1846 ----- So fades the lovely blooming flower, Frail smiles the sorrows of an hour, So soon our transient comforts, Fly and pleasure only blooms to die. PHELPS Samuel d. 11-30-1838 age 80y A native of Pembroke, N.H. (A Revolutionery) (slate stone with weeping willow & urn) RICHARDSON Benjamin RICHARDSON Ruth P., his wife d. 2-8-183_ age 30y (white marble stone) STOCKBRIDGE John, Lieut. d. 8-23-1820 age 63y A nonest man is the noblest work of God (slate stone with weeping willow & urn) ----- Mrs. Mary d. 1-5-1841 age 84y Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord (slate stone with weeping willow & urn) STOCKBRIDGE Lebbeus L. STOCKBRIDGE Abigail, his wife d. 2-19-1840 age 27y Their Inf. son d. 2-19-1840 ----- The time was once my youthful friend, I lived & bloomed like thee; The time will come, tis hastening on, When you must fade like me. ----- Flora G., their dau. d. 10-1-1841 age 5y 6m ----- Asca A., their dau. d. 9-15-1810 age 3y 6m STOWE Lenna (see Norman E. YOUNG, Sr. lot) WHITE Joseph (small marker - nodates) YOUNG Norman E., Sr. 3-1-1906 - 6-22-1938 (Father) ----- Lenna STOWE, his wife 11-3-1911 - (Mother) Donald S., their son 1935 - 1988 (ADR3 U.S.Navy) James Scott 6-21-1963 - 9-22-1984 (Grandson) (all flat markers)
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