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Kittery and Kittery Point Family Cemeteries

[Earliest date listed: 12 Aug 1720; Newest date listed: 1974]


[56] PETTIGREW PLOT. West side, Wilson Road, at back of field adjacent to Trinity Church driveway, from which there is access.

PETTIGREW,

Ann Augusta, dau. of Thomas and Mary A. PETTIGREW, d. 26 Dec 1880, aged 51 yrs. 10 mos.

Mary Ann, wife of Thomas PETTIGREW, d. 13 May 1888, aged 82 yrs. 9 mos.

Thomas, d. 2 July 1863, aged 59 yrs. 3 das.

Lucretia, widow of Daniel PARKER and Thomas PETTIGREW, d. 3 March 1873, aged 82 yrs.

Cecil A., wife of O. E. PETTIGREW, d. 23 Feb 1909, aged 59 yrs. 5 mos. 13 das.

Owen E., 4 July 1845-21 March 1930. Colby H., Co. G. 7th Me. Inf.


[57] PETTIGREW PLOT. North side, Manson Road, adjacent to above PETTIGREW PLOT.

PETTIGREW,

Thomas J., 16 March 1839-5 Jan 1913.

Faustenah L., wife of Thomas J. PETTIGREW, 25 Dec 1844-21 Oct 1922.

Emma F., dau. of Thomas J. and Faustenah L. PETTIGREW, d. 18 May 1878, aged 10 yrs. 6 mos. das.

Thomas L., son of Thomas J. and Faustenah L. PETTIGREW, d. 6 Sep 1877, aged 13 mos. 19 das.

Henry J., son of Thomas J. and Faustenah L. PETTIGREW, d. 1 Sep 1865, aged 11 mos. 21 das.


[95] PHILBRICK PLOT. To the rear of the Gen. William WHIPPLE birthplace on Whipple Road, facing Portsmouth Harbor. Tomb is marked Jesse PHILBRICK, 1884.

GOODWIN,

Stephen C., d. 5 June 1893, aged 63 yrs. 7 mos.

Mary Abbie, 18 March 1842-29 July 1917.


PHILBRICK,

Jesse, 23 Dec 1809-12 May 1885.

Harrison Jesse, 9 Dec 1840-20 March 1914.

Irene, wife of Jesse PHILBRICK, 28 Oct 1815-12 Sep 1883.

Charles Oliver, d. 13 Nov 1869, aged 32 yrs. 2 mos.

Hannah L., wife of Charles Oliver PHILBRICK, d. 3 Feb 1866, aged 26 yrs.


CROWELL,

George Noyes, 2 June 1849-11 May 1918.


EVERETT,

Annie Irene, 12 Oct 1849-16 Sep 1928


. RICKER,

Jesse Irene WENTWORTH, wife of Charles F. RICKER, 22 May 1882-30 June 1928.


WENTWORTH,

Alice Blunt PHILBRICK, wife of John R. WENTWORTH, 1 Dec 1922.

John Rogers, 23 March 1848-6 Oct 1935.


[116] PICKERNELL PLOT. Adjacent to [102] PARKER PLOT. Fieldstone markers only, one of which marks grave of Revolutionary War Veteran NELSON PICKERNELL


[68] PIERCE PLOT. North side, Picott Road, about one mile north (west side) along discontinued road leading from the rear of the Gooch residence.

PIERCE,

William, Co. K, 13th N. H. Inf.

William, d. 22 May 1837, aged 86 yrs. 7 mos.

Harriet, wife of William PIERCE, d. 30 Nov 1886, aged 86 yrs. 7 mos.


[90] REMICK PLOT. Between Nos. 5 and 7 Bridge Street, on shore/r.r. side of street.

REMICK,

Benjamin, 26 Sep 1753-31 Jan 1837. A hero of the Revolution.

Abigail, wife of Benjamin REMICK, d. 22 Oct 1825, aged 70 yrs. 6 mos.

Samuel H., 14 Feb 1785-21 July 1864. A soldier of 1812. [Erected by Oliver Philbrick REMICK]


[94] REMICK PLOT. North side, Whipple Road, near the residence of Elmer BURNHAM.

REMICK,

George, son of John and Eunice M. REMICK, d. 8 Oct 1853, aged 10 mos.

Willard P., son of John and Eunice M. REMICK, d. 15 Oct 1851, aged 3 mos.


[117] REMICK PLOT. Between 12 and 14 Mendum Avenue.


[81] RICE PLOT. South side of Prince Avenue.

RICE,

Samuel, d. 27 Nov 1791, aged 69 yrs.

Elizabeth, wife of Samuel RICE, d. 27 Feb 1812, aged 88 yrs.

George W., eldest son of the last John and Elizabeth RICE, Portsmouth, 7 Oct 1816-Newton, Mass., 8 Sep 1881

. Marie Eloise, dau. of George W. and M. Eloise RICE, 9 Dec 1846-11 Aug 1865.

Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of John and Elizabeth RICE, 24 Dec 1826-6 July 1851.

Olive Caroline, dau. of John and Elizabeth RICE, 3 Feb 1818-15 Sep 1848.

John, son of Alexander and Sarah RICE, 21 Jan 1788-23 April 1871.

Alexander, 18 April 1800-12 Feb 1876.

Alexander, Esq., d. 20 April 1836, aged 76 yrs.

Sarah, wife of Alexander RICE, d. 29 Oct 1836, aged 73 yrs. Erected by their children, 1838.

Elizabeth S., 30 May 1772-3 March 1858.


BADGER,

Elizabeth, wife of William BADGER, dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth RICE, d. 19 July 1801, aged 39 yrs.

Mary, wife of William BADGER, dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth RICE, d. 11 Nov 1819, aged 56 yrs.


JAMES,

Betsey, d. 8 Aug 1816, aged 31 yrs.


CHASE,

Joshua T., d. 4 April 1849, aged 75 yrs.

Nancy, widow of Joshua T. CHASE, dau. of Rev. Joseph and Hannah LITCHFIELD, d. 1 April 1853, aged 79 yrs.


WELLS,

Rebecca, widow of Hon. Nathaniel WELLS, dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth RICE, d. 22 Dec 1836, aged 84 yrs.


RICHARDSON,

Marcia A., wife of John A. RICHARDSON, dau. of Alexander and Sarah RICE, 24 May 1803-8 Oct 1832.

Marcia, dau. of John and Marcia RICHARDSON, 7 Dec 1830-28 April 1862.


CUTTS,

Augustus, U.S.N., d. 13 June 1829, aged 36 yrs.


[10] SAFFORD PLOT. Located on right, at end of Hoyt's Island Lane.

SAFFORD.

In memory of Rev. Moses SAFFORD, 1771-1816, a founder and first pastor of the First Christian Church, and his wife Sarah MITCHELL, 1766-1845. Erected by their great grandchildren, 1925.

Rev. Moses, d. 28 April 1816, aged 45 yrs. Sarah, wife of Rev. Moses SAFFORD, d. 7 July 1845, aged 68 yrs


. MITCHELL,

Abigail, wife of Roger MITCHELL, d. 17 Dec 1815, aged 70 yrs. Roger, d. 10 May 1817.


SEAWARD,

Joannah, wife of Joseph SEAWARD, d. 14 Dec 1831, aged 25 yrs.


[50] SANBORN PLOT. North side, Manson road, just west of junction with Stevenson Rd adjacent to [48] STEVENSON PLOT.

LAMBERT,

Ralph J. W., eldest child of W. M. and C. H. LAMBERT, d. 15 Aug 1877, aged 2 yrs. 2 das.


SANBORN,

J. Alden, 1862-1894.

William M., 1850-1926.

Clara Helena, wife of William M. SANBORN, 1851-1834 [1934?].

Sarah E., dau. of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 21 Sep 1855-31 Dec 1855.

Andrew L., {twin} son of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 19 Dec 1863-25 Jan 1864.

Arthur L., {twin} son of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 19 Dec 1863-26 Jan 1864.

Edward E., son of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 19 Aug 1865-28 Sep 1865.

Ernest, son of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 12 June 1869-18 Sep 1869.

Mary L., dau. of Joshua H. and Sarah E. SANBORN, 19 Aug 1891, aged 33 yrs. 5 mos.

Joshua H., 6 Oct 1823-21 March 1871.

Sarah E., wife of Joshua H. SANBORN, d. 5 April 1886, aged 56 yrs. 10 mos.


MANSON,

William, 22 Jan 1794-5 June 1880.

Patience B., wife of William MANSON, 7 Jan 1792-13 Nov 1869.


LIBBEY,

Seth, 10 Jan 1820-25 Nov 1861.

Hannah B., 11 Aug 1821-16 Dec 1838.


[8] SEAWARD PLOT. Located on Gerrish Island at the end of Pocahontas Way, in yard of Warren Delano residence. (Note: Some of these stones have variant spellings: SEAWARD, SEWARD, SEAWARDS, SOWARD)

SEAWARD,

William, d. 8 Oct 1842, aged 48 yrs.

Elizabeth, wife of William SEAWARD, d. 21 Aug 1857, aged 62 yrs.

Abigail, wife of William SEAWARD, d. 2 March 1815, aged 43 yrs.

Joel, son of William and Sally SEAWARD, d. 18 Feb 1858, aged 39 yrs.

Lydia A., d. 29 July 1848, aged 26 yrs.

Olive L., dau. of William and Elizabeth SEAWARD, d. 23 Jan 1849, aged 22 yrs.

Martha, dau. of William and Elizabeth SEAWARD, d. 27 Sep 1842, aged 2 yrs.


[118] SEAWARD PLOT. South side of Chauncey Creek Road, about one hundred yards short of Gerrish Island Lane. Flag marks Revolutionary War verteran Richard Seaward's burial site. The Seaward family lot in the First Baptist Church yard includes his inscription.


[55] SHAPLEIGH PLOT. South side, Manson Road, near Wilson Road, three hundred yards back of 11 Wilson Road, beyond former horse ring.

SHAPLEIGH,

Dennis F., only son of Nicholas and Elizabeth SHAPLEIGH, b. Eliot, 14 Aug 1803, d. Kittery, 10 July 1882.

Ruth P., wife of Dennis F. SHAPLEIGH, 27 Oct 1796-1 Dec 1884.

Harriet H., dau. of Dennis and Ruth SHAPLEIGH, 29 March 1826-2 Feb 1889.

Dennis M., 1 June 1838-9 Nov 1921.

Annie E., 24 Jan 1844-24 Dec 1901.

Annie E., dau. of D. M. and A. E. SHAPLEIGH, d. 13 Aug 1865, aged 1 yr. 3 mos.


PIERCE,

Christine, dau. of William and Harriet PIERCE, 20 Sep 1839-9 Aug 1927.


[131] SPANISH PRISONERS PLOT. One east shore of Seavey's Island, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Those buried there were disinterred and returned to Spain in 1916.


[59] SPINNEY PLOT. North side, Martin Road, next to [58] COLE PLOT.

SPINNEY,

John, d. 10 March 1843, aged 85 yrs.

Abigail, wife of John SPINNEY, d. 5 Dec 1835, aged 75 yrs. Erected by Sarah SPINNEY. STAPLES,

Joseph, d. 18 Feb 1866, aged 86 yrs. 6 mos.

Lucy HARRIS, wife of Joseph STAPLES, d. 17 Aug 1863, aged 89 yrs.


[62] SPINNEY PLOT. On east end of Oak Terrace, next to [61] KEEN PLOT just off southbound Route #1 By-pass. Surrounded by iron fence with inscription N. E. Spinney, 1885.

SPINNEY,

Sarah, d. 10 April 1856, aged 71 yrs. 6 mos. John, d. 17 Dec 1847, aged 52 yrs.

Nicholas [Father], d. 1 June 1845, aged 62 yrs. 5 mos.

Eleanor O. [Mother], wife of Nicholas SPINNEY, d. 29 Sep 1896, aged 93 yrs. 9 mos.

Alice, 13 Sep 1789-2 April 1875.


[88] SPINNEY PLOT. North side of Spinney Way, halfway between Dennett and Old Dennett Roads (upper section of latter).

SPINNEY,

Lucy, wife of Mark SPINNEY, d. 12 Nov 1833, aged 36.

Sophia, wife of Mark SPINNEY, d. 6 March 1853, aged 59 yrs.

Henrietta. dau. of Mark and Lucy SPINNEY, d. 18 Aug 1826, aged 3 yrs. 19 das.

Horace P., son of Mark and Lucy SPINNEY, d. 6 June 1826, aged 4 mos.


[48] STEVENSON PLOT. North side, Manson Road, just west of junction with Stevenson Road.

STEVENSON,

Augustus, 1835-1916.

Alice A., wife of Augustus STEVENSON, 1834-1906.

Lucy S., dau. of Augustus and Alice A. STEVENSON, 1859-1861.

Frank, son of Augustus and Alice A. STEVENSON, 1871-1871.

Mary E., dau. of Augustus and Alice A. STEVENSON, 1874-1878.

Clara E., dau. of Augustus and Alice A. STEVENSON, 1856-1881.

Alice F., dau. of Augustus and Alice A. STEVENSON, 1863-1882.

James F., 1867-1902.

Morah J., wife of James F. STEVENSON, 1878-1900.

Wilbur F., U.S.N., Chf. Carp., 1869-Cavite, Phil. Isl., 1908.

James, 1810-1853.

Caroline, wife of James STEVENSON, 1811-1897.

Dolly A., dau. of James and Caroline STEVENSON, 1837-1852.


MANSON,

Daniel. LAMBERT, Ida A., 1857-1889.

Edith M., 1885-1886.


[19] STIMSON PLOT. West side, Boush Street, Admiralty Village, Kittery, between 35 and 37 Bouch St. in woods behind houses but near street.

STIMSON,

Oliver T., son of Charles and Eliza STIMSON, d. New Orleans, La., 15 Aug 1864, aged 31 yrs. 5 mos. 10 das.

David S., son of Charles and Eliza STIMSON, accidentally killed at the Kittery Navy Yard, 13 Nov 1842, aged 19 yrs. 9 mos. 13 das.

Naomi C., dau. of Charles and Eliza STIMSON, d. 31 Jan 1842, aged 3 yrs. 5 mos.

Charles, 20 June 1794-17 Jan 1868.

Eliza [Mother], wife of Charles STIMSON, 1801-1872.


[4] THAXTER-LAIGHTON PLOT. Appledore Island, Isles of Shoals. (Oscar LAIGHTON name and dates added from Thaxter, Sandpiper.)

LAIGHTON,

Thomas B. [1804-1866], d. 18 May 1866, aged 61.

Cedric, 4 Sep 1840-5 June 1899.

Oscar, 30 June 1839-4 April 1939.


THAXTER,

Celia, 29 June 1835-26 Aug 1894.


[126] TOWN FARM. Kittery's potters' field, where paupers used to be buried, on wood road about a quarter mile east of Haley Road.


[96] TREFETHEN-BAILEY PLOT. At right, near top of driveway at 153 Whipple Road.

BAILEY,

George W., 1856-1932.

Henrieta M., wife of George W. BAILEY, 1857-1925.

Ephraim T., son of Joseph H. and Lucy F. BAILEY, d. 13 Jan 1857, aged 17 yrs. 3 mos.

Lucy F., wife of Joseph H. BAILEY, 13 Sep 1823-3 Aug 1897.

Joseph F., 26 Sep 1822-23 May 1894.


FRISBEE,

Abram, d. 13 April 1894, aged 72 yrs. 10 mos.

Martha T., 1831-1898.


GOODALE,

Joseph W., 1828-1863.


KEEN,

J. F., 10th N. H. Inf. HAMMOND,

Rozan, dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth HAMMOND, d. 22 March 1855, aged 5 yrs. 6 mos.


WEEKS,

James H., 1834-1900.


TREFETHEN,

Jane C., widow of Capt. Thomas H. TREFETHEN, d. 28 July 1869, aged 81 yrs. 7 mos.

Capt. Thomas H., d. 11 June 1854, aged 65 yrs.

Thomas, d. 16 Dec 1865, aged 39 yrs. 5 mos. 5 das.

Annah Beller, dau. of Thomas and Lydia TREFETHEN, d. 18 Jan 1871, aged 16 yrs. 2 mos. 1 day.


WEEKS,

Lydia A., widow of Thomas TREFETHEN, wife of James H. WEEKS, 1829-1902.


[49] UNKNOWN PLOT. Within stone wall behind end of southern wing of Bradstreet Apartments building on south side of Norton Road beyond Miller Road on right. No inscriptions or fieldstones visible. Entry to stone-walled enclosure is on side opposite from building; stone wall is unstable.


[125] UNKNOWN PLOT. Appears on an 1858 property map of Badger Island, in Registry of Probate, York County, at Alfred, file No. 20460 (reproduction at Kittery Historical and Naval Museum).


[128] UNKNOWN PLOT. In yard of 55 Tenney Hill Road. May be a Riley burial, since one Riley built the house, according to Herman Conley, neighbor.


[130] UNKNOWN PLOT. Rear of 18 Newson Avenue.


[113] WALDRON-WEEKS PLOT. About two hundred yards north of Charles Hill Road.


[16] WEEKS PLOT. South side of Bartlett Road.

WEEKS,

John, 1782-1866.

Eunice, 1788-1858.

Samuel D., 1827-1874.

John J., 1816-1842.

Eunice, 1824-1845.

Nancy M., 1829-1876.

Anna J., 1855-1857.

Elmer E., 1862-1864.

Abbie Jane, 1840-1844.


DANFORTH,

Moses, 1827-1903.

Lavinia, wife of Moses DANFORTH, 1820-1901.


[17] WEEKS PLOT. North side of Bartlett Road, two hundred yards beyond its junction with Miller Road. Fieldstones mark other graves.

WEEKS,

Nancy, d. 21 Dec 1852, aged 69 yrs.


[73] WELCH PLOT. North side, Post Road (Route 1) at rear of the Homestead Convalescent Home.

WELCH,

George W. [Father], d. 15 March 1857, aged 52 yrs. 5 mos.

Catherine J. [Mother], wife of George W. WELCH, d. 7 April 1890, aged 82 yrs. 11 mos.

Julia A., dau. of George W. and Catherine J. WELCH, d. 15 April 1867, aged 19 yrs. 3 mos.


[36] WENTWORTH/PARKER PLOT. West side, Wentworth Street on alley on the right side of the Dry Cleaners across from the Rice Public Library. Front and side next to Dry Cleaners were destroyed in 1963 by previous owner, in spite of protests. Formerly called DAME Cemetery. Includes family tomb of Civil War Bvt.-Brig. Gen. Mark F. Wentworth. {Dates of Patience's death don't seem to correspond with the ages and death dates of her children?}

PARKER,

Margaret A., dau. of Lyman and Patience PARKER, d. 18 Dec 1862, aged 25 yrs.

Daniel, son of Lyman and Patience PARKER, d. 12 Dec 1858, aged 19 yrs. 3 mos.

Lyman, d. 5 Feb 1849, aged 45 yrs.

Sarah, dau. of Lyman and Patience PARKER, d. 21 March 1846, aged 19 yrs. [dates are uncertain as inscr. is nearly illeg.]

Patience, wife of Lyman PARKER, d. 26 Dec 18[39?], aged 37 yrs.

Hiram, son of Lyman and Patience PARKER, d. 25 Feb 1846, aged 13 mos.


KEEN,

Lydia, d. 8 Sep 1857, aged 79 yrs. Jeremiah, d. 13 Dec 1835, aged 60 yrs.


FERNALD,

Laura J., wife of W. H. FERNALD, d. 20 May 1853, aged 19 yrs.


GRAVES,

Anna Rebecca, dau. of Joseph and Mary P. GRAVES, d. 1 Sep 1848, aged 19 yrs. 9 mos.

Joseph, d. 28 Jan 1858, aged 66 yrs. 9 mos. 8 das.

Mary P., wife of Joseph GRAVES, d. 30 Sep 1863, aged 65 yrs. 5 mos.


WENTWORTH,

Gen. Mark F., d. 12 July 1897, aged 77 yrs. 3 mos. Inscription on tomb: M. F. W., 1863.

Eliza J., wife of Gen. Mark F. WENTWORTH, d. 25 Feb 1883, aged 63 yrs. 7 mos.

Annie E., d. 11 Dec 1862, aged 15 yrs. 11 mos.


[12] WILLEY PLOT. On right at end of Thorner's Lane,Badger's Island, within stone wall.

SEAVEY,

William Harrison, d. 18 Sep 1914.

Elizabeth S., d. 19 Nov 1910.


LITTLEFIELD,

Daniel, d. 29 Dec 1900, aged 78 yrs.

Henrietta J., wife of Daniel LITTLEFIELD, d. 9 Oct 1902.


WILLEY,

Olivia A., dau. of Zebulon and Mary WILLEY, d. 5 Oct 1909.

William A., son of Zebulon and Mary WILLEY, d. 25 Dec 1907.

Lucy F., dau. of Zebulon and Mary WILLEY, d. 6 Oct 1902.

Mary, wife of Zebulon WILLEY, d. 9 July 1818, aged 43 yrs.

Samuel, son of Zebulon and Mary WILLEY, d. 23 July 1818, aged 14 das.

Elizabeth P., dau. of Zebulon and Mary WILLEY, 18 June 1816-3 Sep 1897.

Mary Ellen, dau. of John and Lydia WILLEY, d. 29 July 1848, aged 21 yrs.

John, d. 2 Sep 1830, aged 30 yrs.

Eliza Ann, wife of Jacob Willey, d. 7 March 1848, aged 42 yrs.

Jacob, d. 11 March 18-2 [prob. 1852], aged 40 yrs.

Horace J., son of Jacob WILLEY, 18 Sep 1839-27 Nov 1912.

Elizabeth Ann, wife of Horace J. WILLEY, 1 May 1840-16 Jan 1910.

Benning, d. 2 June 1857, aged 50 yrs. 6 mos.

Joseph E., only son of Benning and Sarah WILLEY, d. at sea, 18 Nov 1853, aged 20 yrs. 3 mos.


HANSCOM,

Lydia, wife of Samuel HANSCOM, 10 April 1804-9 Jan 1892.


[99] WILLIAMS PLOT. On Williams Avenue, beyond R. W. Traip Academy.

WILLIAMS,

Deacon Washington [Husband], d. 4 May 1892, aged 63 yrs. 5 mos.

Richard H., son of Deacon Richard and Susan WILLIAMS, d. 13 March 1880, aged 13 yrs. 4 das.

Deacon Richard, d. 27 June 1897, aged 70 yrs. 8 mos. 7 das.

Susan, wife of Deacon Richard WILLIAMS, d. 30 June 1895, aged 69 yrs.

Arthur [Father], d. 15 Dec 1904, aged 81 yrs. 7 mos.

Huldah M., wife of Arthur WILLIAMS, d. 4 Jan 1901, aged 77 yrs. 7 mos.


WILLIAMS,

Abigail M., wife of Joseph WILLIAMS, d. 20 Nov 1895, aged 81 yrs.

Joseph, d. 20 Jan 1898, aged 83 yrs.

Sarah, wife of Richard WILLIAMS, d. 8 March 1864, aged 74 yrs. 3 mos.

Richard, d. 18 Jan 1864, aged 78 yrs. 2 mos. Joseph B., d. 7 July 1865, aged 25 yrs.


LEAVITT,

G. Weston, 1852-1905.

Ella M. WILLIAMS, wife of G. Weston LEAVITT, 1858-1930.


TAYLOR,

Allen C., 1839-1914.

Annie A. WILLIAMS, wife of Allen C. TAYLOR, 1851-1931.

George A., son of Allen C. and Annie A. TAYLOR, 1880-1897.

Arthur C., son of Allen C. and Annie A. TAYLOR, 1883-1889.

Arthur W., son of Allen C. and Annie A. TAYLOR, d. 24 Jan 1889, aged 5 yrs. 3 mos.


[25] WILSON PLOT. Crockett's Neck Road, near Small residence, east of junction with Bond Road.

WILSON,

Mary O., dau. of John and Sarah WILSON, d. 1 June 1830, aged 1 yr. 6 mos.

Thirston, son of John and Sarah WILSON, d. 31 March 1842, aged 3 yrs.

Charles H., son of John and Sarah WILSON, d. 4 Jan 1840, aged 21 das.


WILSON,

John, d. 16 Sep 1864, aged 73 yrs. 6 mos. [Also listed as buried in the [24] BELLAMY PLOT.]

Sarah, wife of John WILSON, d. 8 July 1872, aged 76 yrs. 2 mos. [Also listed as buried in the [24] BELLAMY PLOT.]


BELLAMY,

Ann, d. 29 Dec 1868, aged 66 yrs. 3 mos.


FERNALD,

Josephine H., dau. of Amerin W. and Susan FERNALD, d. 19 July 1848, aged 3 yrs.

Benjamin F., son of Amerin W. and Susan FERNALD, d. 21 Dec 1851 aged 14 mos.

Susan R., wife of A. W. FERNALD, d. 26 May 1871, aged 50 yrs. 9 mos.

Almerin {or Amerin?} W., d. 6 April 1880, aged 61 yrs. 8 mos.


HUTCHINGS,

Paul W., 18 Nov 1876-15 April 1891.

Frederick E., son of Charles E. and Martha HUTCHINS, d. 17 June 1889, aged 21 yrs. 11 mos. 13 das.

Charles Maurice, son of Charles E. and Martha J. HUTCHINS, d. 14 Feb 1860, aged 21 das.


[35] WILSON PLOT. East side, Fernald Road, at end of long driveway. Information provided by Lorraine Palmer, 18 Fernald Rd., Kittery, ME 03904.

WILSON,

Susannah, widow of Edmund WILSON, d. 3 Jan 1834, aged 88 yrs.


[42] WILSON PLOT. West side, Haley Road, on point of land on Spruce Creek owned by Moulton, adjacent to the [41] HALEY PLOT.

WILSON,

Betsey, widow of Aaron WILSON, d. 26 Sep 1841, aged 83 yrs.

Aaron, d. 17 June 1825, aged 77 yrs.


[114] WOOD ISLAND PLOT. Site of Kittery/Portsmouth pesthouse during 18th and 19th century epidemics. No inscriptions or markers.


[40] WRIGHT PLOT. West side, Haley Road, near former G. L. Maggison residence.

WRIGHT,

Lavinia J., wife of Amos WRIGHT, d. 29 Feb 1875, aged 28 yrs. 5 mos.


WILSON,

Alvin, d. 30 Aug 1864, aged 9 yrs. 5 mos.


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