Webster Photographs
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Webster Photographs

The Websters were based in Castine, Maine, and before that in Deer Isle and Cape Elizabeth. Many were buried in small family graveyards that are now on private land. Cousin Robert Webster was so kind to invite me to visit and tour the old family properties and gravesides so that many of the stones can now be shown here. Thanks, Bob!

Where more than one photo in a family exists, names in bold represent my direct line.

Click on a name to take you to a page of photographs.

John Webster of Ipswich, England
John Webster
John Webster
Andrew Webster

Prudence Andrew Capt. Ebenezer Webster Daniel

Andrew Joseph Webster Anna John Ebenezer Nathaniel Deborah Mary Sarah

John x Sally Anna Ebenezer Mercy Mary Page Andrew Joseph Webster Lydia Betsy W

Joseph Jr./III Ira Julia Ann Littleton Lois Frances "Fannie" Albert Thomas "Hillman" Capt. Edward Eugene Webster

Emery Herbert Webster Harvey x Infant x

Harry G. WebsterOwen C. WebsterLinnie M. WebsterHoward E? WebsterBeulah Randall WebsterDwight R. WebsterDonald E. WebsterThomas F. WebsterNina E. WebsterMartha N. WebsterLewis B. WebsterLloyd W. WebsterArthur G. Webster

Frances May Cole
Edna Evelyn Cole
David Oliver Cole

Kathrine Ann Cole
Charles Douglas Cole

Because the Webster Family Cemetery in Penobscot, Maine is on private property and far from the road--and so special and important to our family--please see other photographs of the cemetery below:

Webster Family Cemetery

There were also many more Webster family and affiliated stones at various family cemeteries in the Penobscot/Castine area; there were also other stones the Mount Pleasant Cemetery in South Portland, Maine. Please see photographs of these other stones below:

Farnham Devereux and Bowden Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Webster Stones