The data presented for this cemetery is extracted (with minor corrections) from the booklet Gone But Not Forgotten, by Thomas Lloyd; it is used with the kind permission of the City of Norwich which had authorized the work. Since the survey was limited to recording the markers and stones present only, Lloyd did not attempt to verify or research the burials. Hence, there are some 3 burials he recorded as "unknown" where either the headstone was missing or unreadable.
In the data given below, a column is included that is headed "location". This is a reference to the author's system of gridlines that is used to identify a unique 20'x20' square area within the cemetery. These locations are included to give the researcher an idea of where a grave is placed in relations to others. A family, for instance, will usually be buried within a small area, whereas others with a similar surname will probably be some distance away. In a similar vein, a husband and wife may share a "double headstone;" families may be listed on monuments, etc.
|Name||Location||Age||Date of Death||Marker||Comment|
|Benjamin, Betsey||N2W2||44||1 Feb 1833||Marble||Monument|
|Benjamin, Charlotte||N2W2||30||22 Mar 1812||Marble||Monument|
|Benjamin, Emily||N1E1||17||20 Feb 1880||Marble|
|Benjamin, Huldah||N2W2||32||17 Aug 1829||Marble||Monument|
|Benjamin, Samuel||N2W2||79||7 Nov 1863||Marble||Monument|
|Benjamin, Hannah||N3W2||5||20 Sep 1829||Marble|
|Brown, Harriet||N2W2||16||17 Jan 1850||Marble|
|Brown, Moses W.||N2W2||2||20 Oct 1838||Marble|
|Brown, Nancy||N2W2||10 mo||25 Dec 1828||Marble|
|Cole, David||N3W1||74||5 Feb 1891||Marble|
|Cole, Mary||N2W2||76||25 Jun 1895||Marble|
|Cole, Mary Ann||N2W2||36||12 July 1859||Marble|
|Samson, Ester W.||N1W2||29||20 Sept 1847||Marble|
|Sahw, Armbnia||N3W1||26||13 Jul 1850||Marble|
|Waleben, Mary C.||N2W2||2 mo||21 Jul 1836||Schist|
|Wales, Edwin L.||S2W2||3||28 Aug 1862||Marble||Double Stone|
|Wales, Emmons L.||S2W2||1||14 Aug 1852||Marble||Double Stone|
Although every effort has been made to transcribe the data correctly, errors can creep in. Please address any corrections to [email protected].