CROUSEVILLE

PIONEER

CEMETERY

 

Old Parsons Road

Crouseville, Maine

 

 

 

 

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Compiled by

 

Harry Umphrey

Winfield Donovan

Gwen McBurnie

Elaine Snell

Mike McBurnie

Roguer Crouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2006

 

 

 


 

 

Introduction

 

 

 

Pioneer families came up the Aroostook River, mostly from New Brunswick, and settled in the area that is now known as Crouseville, Maine. Some of the early pioneers included the families of Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie, Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill, Stephen and Charlotte Harris, Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse, Jeremiah and Esther (Christie) Crouse, William and Prudence (Churchill) Crouse, Abraham and Caroline (Christie) Crouse, Henry and Esther (Crouse) Russell, William and Abigail (Burt) Clark, and Rev. Moses and Octavia (Haynes) Corliss.

 

Each of these families (except the family of William and Abigail Clark) buried loved ones in this cemetery. Many were victims of the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic.

 

The first permanent Crouseville settlers were the family of Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie. Joshua purchased his land from William Dalton in February 1827. Their farm was just west of this cemetery. The second Crouseville school, built around 1861, was known as the Christie School because it was located on the Christie farm. Seven known extended family members are memorialized in this cemetery, including Joshua and Deborah themselves. Their son Duncan, a drowning victim, was the first known burial in this cemetery. Son Aaron died in the Civil War. Daughter Caroline and son Thomas died in the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic. Daughter Hepzibeth was buried here in 1863.

 

Pioneers Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill permanently settled in the Crouseville area in 1839. Nathaniel had lived on other parts of the Aroostook River as early as 1823. Five known members of their family are buried in this cemetery, including Nathaniel and Melinda. Their children,  Prudence, George and Asenath all died in the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic.

 

The family of pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse arrived on April 5, 1851, from Keswick Ridge, York Co., New Brunswick, and settled permanently on the north bank of the Aroostook River. Eight members of their extended family are buried in this cemetery. All died in the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic.

 

The family of pioneers William and Abigail (Burt) Clark arrived on May 4, 1853, from Keswick Ridge, York Co., New Brunswick, to settle permanently near this cemetery. Miraculously their family was spared any deaths from the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic.

 

 In close proximity to this cemetery was the location of the first Crouseville school known as the Citizen’s School, started between 1853 and 1861. This school was taught by William and Abigail Clark’s oldest child, Miss Sarah Clark, at a salary of $1.00 a week.

 

 Two of William and Abigail Clark’s daughters married men widowed by the 1862 Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic. Bethiah Clark married Abraham Crouse, after his first wife Caroline passed away, and Lucy Clark married William Crouse, after his first wife Prudence passed away. Both Caroline and Prudence are buried in this cemetery.

 

The diphtheria epidemic swept into the Crouseville area from upriver communities around January 1862 and lasted until around June 1862. The following are the known victims of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic buried in this cemetery. They are listed chronologically by their death date.

 

 

 

Ann Russell                                         Feb. 9, 1862              Age 7 years, 10 months, 8 days.

     Lucinda Crouse                                  Feb. 21, 1862            Age 16 years, 6 months, 23 days.

Hannah Russell                                   Feb. 27, 1862            Age 2 years, 11 months, 23 days.

George W. Churchill                           Feb. 27, 1862            Age 19 years, 11 months.

     Huldah Crouse                                   Mar. 6, 1862             Age 14 years, 10 months, 10 days.

Harris Russell                                      Mar. 7, 1862             Age 3 years, 10 months, 13 days.

Hepsibeth F. Harris                             Mar. 8, 1862                 Age 3 years, 6 months.

Asenath (Churchill) Sharpe                  Mar. 16, 1862           Age 18 years, 1 month.

Caroline A.M.F.(Christie) Crouse       Mar. 23, 1862           Age 21 years, 2 months, 11 days.

Thomas Christie                                  May 15, 1862            Age about 14 years.

Prudence (Churchill) Crouse                  May 19, 1862            Age 22 years, 3 months.

Louisa D. Crouse                                June 6, 1862              Age 5 years, 2 months, 13 days.


 

Crouseville, Maine 1877
 

 

The Crouseville Pioneer Cemetery is located on the south side of the Aroostook

River near where it reads “W. Clark”.

 

 

 

MODERN DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Presque Isle, Maine, travel west on Parsons Road for approximately four miles. Take a right onto Nomacca Drive, a dirt road. Go approximately one-half mile on this flat road, passing Camp Nomacca along the way. Just before reaching Munson Hill, the cemetery is on the left.


 

Cemetery Grounds

 

 

The rows start from the west side of the cemetery and read left to right (north to south). None of the rows are actually marked on the cemetery grounds. Some rows have only one known burial. Several known burials currently do not have headstones.

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 1

 

 

 

1.        Clara E. Lovely

           Jan. 3, 1858 – Mar. 31, 1889

      Age 31 years, 2 months, 28 days.

       Wife of G. W. Lovely.

 

 

                                                “She Sleeps In Jesus”

 

 

 

 

 

2.        Margarett E. Day

           Oct. 29, 1821 – Aug. 10, 1904

      Age 82 years, 9 months, 12 days.

       Wife of James Day.

             

 

                       “MOTHER
                                    Margarett E.”

                                                “Home is not home for Mother is not there

                                                Dark is the room empty is her chair.

                                                Now will she rest from her labor and care

Til that morning so fair.”

 

 

 

 

 

3.        John C. Harris

           ca. 1823 – Oct. 8, 1860

      Age 37 years.

 

 

                                                “A husband dear, a father kind

                                                 Fixture …” (there was more, but it was covered by a repair)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stephen and Charlotte Harris were early Crouseville pioneers, settling permanently around 1840 on the south bank of the Aroostook River, just upriver (west) of Crouse Island and just downriver (east) of Hickey Island.

Hickey Island was named for Crouseville pioneer John Hickey who settled permanently in 1827, the same year as Crouseville pioneer Joshua Christie, only later in the year. Crouse Island, hugging the south bank of  the Aroostook River, is directly across from the Crouseville village center. The next island downriver (east) is Churchill Island, named for Crouseville pioneer Nathaniel Churchill.

 

 

 

4.        Charlotte Harris
ca. 1815 – Aug. 10, 1863

     Age 48 years.

Wife of Crouseville pioneer Stephen Harris.

Stephen and Charlotte Harris were early Crouseville pioneers, settling permanently around 1840.

 

 

 

 

 

5.        Hepsibeth F. Harris

      1858 – Mar. 8, 1862
 Age 3 years, 6 months

 Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

 Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Stephen and Charlotte Harris.

 

 

“This little girl child”

                                                “The gem shines bright in heaven …”

(there was more, but it was covered by a repair)

 

 

 

 

 

6.        Charles H. Harris
(?) – Sept. 6, 1878

 

 

 

 

 

7.        Stephen Harris
ca. 1817 – Feb. 26, 1865

     Age 47 years.

Husband of Crouseville pioneer Charlotte Harris.

 

 

 

 


8.        Ebenezer Estey
Nov. 1797 – May 13, 1869

       Age 71 years, 6 months.

       Known informally as "Eben".

       Husband of Ann (Woodworth) Estey (She moved to Minnesota with her son, Daniel, in September 1874 and lived to be 97.)

 

 

            (Above his name is the engraving of a hand pointing heavenward with the following inscription.)

 

                  “Yonder is my home”

 

 

(Below his name is the following inscription.)

 

                  “Blessed are they that have part in the first resurrection”

 

 

 

 

 

9.      Bertie (no last name, possibly a Harris)
Apr. 15, 1875 – Oct. 31, 1878 

      Age 3 years, 6 months, 16 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 2

 

 

 

On August 20, 1861 Mr. Isiah Sharpe and Miss Asenath A. Churchill recorded their official ”Intention of  Marriage” with the town clerk. Asenath and Isiah were married less than seven months before Asenath passed away.

 

 

10.      Asenath A. (Churchill) Sharpe
Feb. 1844 – Mar. 16, 1862      

     Age 18 years, 1 month.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

She was a daughter of Crouseville pioneers Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill.

Wife of Isiah Sharpe.

 

 

                                                “From sickness pain and sorrow free …”

                                                (there was more, but it was covered by a repair)

 

An important key to the future of Crouseville were the two families of Nathaniel Churchill. Nathaniel’s first set of children were with his first wife, Gerushia Freeman, whom he married July 30, 1822. Tragically she died May 20, 1833 from complications following the birth of her last child, Samuel.

Nathaniel and Gerushia, with their family, moved to Washburn, Maine, in 1825, after coming to the Aroostook River area as early as 1823. They then moved downriver from Crouseville to Oake Island by 1831.

Nathaniel’s second set of children were with his second wife, Melinda Hoyt, whom Nathaniel married on July 28, 1836. Nathaniel and Melinda brought their family to Crouseville as permanent settlers in 1839. They built a frame house on the north bank of the Aroostook River near Churchill Island at Rum Rapids. Churchill Island is just downriver (east) of Crouse Island and just upriver (west) of Bull Island.

 

 

11.      Nathaniel Churchill                                             “Gerushia his wife

      May 9, 1799 – Oct. 9, 1861                               b. July 24, 1803    d. May 20, 1833”
Age 62 years.

Nathaniel likely did not die from diphtheria, since the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic came after his death.

Husband of Crouseville pioneer Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill.

The name of Nathaniel’s first wife, Gerushia, is on the stone, however she is buried in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

According to Arvard Crouse (whose grandmother, Caroline A. M. F. (Christie) Crouse, is buried in this cemetery) the headstone for Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill was originally in the center of the cemetery.

 

Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill are on the same headstone.

 

12.      Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill                                                “Melinda    2nd wife  d. Oct. 17, 1886 AE  79 yrs”

      ca. 1807 – Oct. 17, 1886

Age 79 years.

Second wife of Crouseville pioneer Nathaniel Churchill.

              Three children of Nathaniel and Melinda Churchill are buried in this cemetery:  Prudence (Churchill) Crouse, George W. Churchill, and Asenath (Churchill) Sharpe.

 

 

 

 

 

13.      Aaron Christy (Christie)

      ca. 1837 – Dec. 25, 1861

Age about 24 years.

Died of typhoid fever on Christmas Day while serving in the Union Army during the Civil War.

Son of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

 

Brothers Aaron and Thomas Christie are on the same headstone.

 

14.      Thomas Christy (Christie)  

      ca. 1848 – May 15, 1862

Age about 14 years.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

Son of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

 

 

“Sacred to the Memory of

                                                Aaron and Thomas

Sons of Joshua and Deborah Christie

                                                Aaron entered his country’s service in which he

Contracted Typhoid fever and died Dec. 25, 1861

at the Coulton Hospital Louisiana …”

                                                (there was more, but it was covered by a repair)

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.      Duncan Cristy (Christie)

      ca. 1831 – Dec. 18, 1857

(broken headstone)

Age 26 years.

Earliest known burial in the cemetery.

Duncan drowned in the Aroostook River at Rum Rapids in Crouseville, Maine. He possibly fell through the river ice.

Son of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

“Drowned, at Salmon Brook, Dec. 18th, Duncan Christy, aged 26 years.”

 –Aroostook Pioneer, Dec. 22, 1857, page 2.

      (Salmon Brook was an early name for the area around Crouseville, Maine.)

 

 

(On Duncan’s stone his surname is spelled “Cristy” instead of the traditional “Christy”. Descendants modernized their surname to “Christie”.)

 

 

 

“He felt thy worth yet scarcely knew,

How pure a light thy spirit shed,

Until it faded from our view,

And thou wert numbered with the dead.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.      Hepzibeth (Christie) Haynes
Mar. 1838 – Oct. 12, 1863

Age 25 years, 7 months.

Wife of Peter Haynes.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

 

 

 

                                           “Who fell asleep in Jesus

                                            Oct. 12, 1863     AE  25 yrs  7 mo”

 

 

                                                “Again death’s hand of cruel power

                                                Has called a choice and lovely flower.

A wife and mother young and fair

                                                The cruel monster would not spare.

Built in hope beyond the tomb

For Christ the Lord is coming soon.

Heaven’s gates shall then fly open wide

The master gathers home his bride.”

 

 

 

 


The first permanent pioneer settlers of Crouseville were Joshua and Dorothy (Estey) Christie, who lived on the south bank of the Aroostook River. Joshua first settled his property in February 1827. The Christie family played a key role in the establishment of Crouseville.

Joshua was from Keswick Ridge, York County, New Brunswick, and a first cousin to Hepzibah “Hepsy” Clark who married Gould Crouse, a lumberman. Sometime between 1842 and 1851, Gould and Hepsy Crouse moved their family a few miles from New Zealand, York County, New Brunswick, to Keswick Ridge.

Gould had made the winter trips from his home on Keswick Ridge to the Aroostook River area to harvest the timber before he came to settle permanently with his family on April 5, 1851. He likely worked at times with his sons, Jeremiah, Abraham and William, as they grew older, as well as with Henry Russell, the future husband of Esther Crouse (Gould and Hepsy’s daughter). They would have lodged with Joshua Christie’s family and likely worked an agreement to harvest timber on his property. Their focus would have been the manufacture of cedar shakes, but they probably harvested whatever timber was in demand.

Crouseville was named for Gould and Hepzibah Crouse’s family. Gould and Hepzibah are buried in Crouseville Cemetery, located on the north side of the Aroostook River.

 

 

17.      Joshua Christy (Christie)
Sept. 28, 1797 – Apr 8, 1882

Age 84 years.

Husband of Crouseville pioneer Deborah (Estey) Christie.

 

 

18.      Deborah (Estey) Christy (Christie)
ca. 1804 – July 1, 1885

Age about 81 years.

      Wife of Crouseville pioneer Joshua Christie.

 

 

 

 

Lucinda and Huldah were the two children of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse that died in the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862. Gould and Hepzibah lived on the north side of the Aroostook River.

In 1945 a fourteen year old local boy was helping his father farm. One day he had the task of driving their small Ford tractor to Presque Isle to have weights put on it. Driving back, likely as fast as the little tractor could go, to the great consternation of the boy, he lost control and ended up capsized in the middle of this cemetery, snapping in half one of the headstones, possibly this one.

 

19.      Lucinda Crouse
July 29, 1845 – Feb. 21, 1862

     Age 16 years, 6 months, 23 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

Sisters Lucinda and Huldah Crouse are on the same (broken) headstone.

 

 

20.      Huldah Crouse
Apr. 24, 1847 – Mar. 6, 1862

     Age 14 years, 10 months, 10 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

                       “Lucinda

        D. Feb. 21, 1862  AE 16 yrs.

            We lay thee here to rest

           And take thy last repose.

       To rise again among the blest

            As thy dear Savior rose.”

 

                         “Huldah

                 D. March 6, 1862

              14 yrs. 10 mo. 10 days.

     (Stone broken in half at this point)

Children of Gould and Hepzibeth Crouse

            More fondly we loved her

                Than language can tell

            Stern death has removed her

                   But yet all is well”

 

 

 

 

 

21.      Caroline A. M. F. (Christie) Crouse
Jan. 12, 1841 – Mar. 23, 1862

     Age 21 years, 2  months, 11 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

She left two small children, Arthur and Caroline “Carrie” Crouse.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

First wife of Crouseville pioneer Abraham Crouse.

Abraham was the son of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

                Abraham’s second wife was Bethiah Clark, the daughter of Crouseville pioneers, William and Abigail (Burt) Clark.

                Abraham, who commonly went by “Abram”, had a total of 17 children by his two wives.

 

 

“Her soul was peaceful and serene

Nor terror in her look was seen.

Her Savior’s smile dispersed the gloom

And smoothed her passage to the tomb.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 3

 

 

 

Ann, Harris and Hannah Russell succumbed to diphtheria within a month of each other. They were the children of Crouseville pioneers, Henry and Esther (Crouse) Russell. Henry and Esther lived on the north bank of the Aroostook River. Henry was a lumberman and worked with Gould Crouse, and his sons Jeremiah, Abraham and William. Esther was a daughter of Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

22.      Ann Russell
Apr. 1, 1854 – Feb. 9, 1862
(currently unmarked grave)

Age 7 years, 10 months, 8 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.
Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Henry and Esther (Crouse) Russell.

          Esther was the daughter of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

 

 

 

23.      Hannah Russell
Mar 4, 1859 – Feb. 27, 1862
(currently unmarked grave)

Age 2 years, 11 months, 23 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.
Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Henry and Esther (Crouse) Russell.

Esther was the daughter of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

 

 

 

24.      George W. Churchill
1842 – Feb. 27, 1862
(currently unmarked grave)

Age 19  years, 11 months.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

Son of Crouseville pioneers Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill.

 

 

 

 

 

25.      Harris Russell
Apr. 22, 1858 – Mar. 7, 1862
(currently unmarked grave)

Age 3 years, 10 months, 13 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.
Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Henry and Esther (Crouse) Russell.

Esther was the daughter of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

 

 

 

 

 

26.      Prudence (Churchill) Crouse
Feb. 1840 – May 19, 1862
(currently unmarked grave)

Age 22 years, 3 months.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

She left one small child, Nelson Crouse.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Nathaniel and Melinda (Hoyt) Churchill.

First wife of Crouseville pioneer William G. Crouse.

William was the son of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

                William’s second wife was Lucy Clark, the daughter of Crouseville pioneers, William and Abigail (Burt) Clark.

 

Louisa D. Crouse was the only child of Crouseville pioneers Jeremiah and Esther (Christie) Crouse that died in the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862. Jeremiah and Esther lived on the north side of the Aroostook River.

 

27.      Louisa D. Crouse
Mar. 24, 1857 – June 6, 1862

     Age 5 years, 2 months, 13 days.

Victim of the Crouseville Diphtheria Epidemic of 1862.

Daughter of Crouseville pioneers Jeremiah and Esther (Christie) Crouse.

Jeremiah was the son of Crouseville pioneers Gould and Hepzibah (Clark) Crouse.

Esther was the daughter of Crouseville pioneers Joshua and Deborah (Estey) Christie.

 

 

                                                “March 24, 1857 – June 6, 1862

                                                              Age 5 yrs 3 mo”

 

“She’s on the Savior’s bosom laid.

And feels no sorrow there.

She’s by a heavenly parent fed.

And needs no more our care.”

 

 

 

 

 

28.      Debbie L. Munson
Mar. 23, 1881 – Jan 18, 1897

      Age 15 years, 9 months, 26 days.

        Daughter of W. J. and C. E. Munson.

 

 

“Dau. of W. J. & C. E Munson

                                                                      died

                                                               Jan 18, 1897

   AE 15 yrs., 9 mo.  26 days”

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 4

 

 

 

29.      Cora J. (Munson) Simmons
1868 – Oct. 5, 1904

     Age 35 years, 10 months.

      Wife of Ferd Simmons.

 

                       “Wife of

                   Ferd Simmons

                                                Died Oct. 5 1904   AE 35 yrs. 10 Mo.

                                                                  Asleep in Jesus”

 

 

ROW 5

 

 

 

30.      Pearl A. Munson
May 1887 – Sept. 16, 1901

     Age 14 years, 4 months.

      Daughter of W. J. and C. E. Munson.

 

 

      “Daughter of

W. J. & C. E. Munson

  Died Sept. 16, 1901

                                                    AE 14 Yrs 4 mo.

    Asleep in Jesus”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 6

 

 

 

Fredrick’s parents were Rev. Moses Woodbury and Octavia Ann (Haynes) Corliss. Rev. Moses Corliss lived in Lowell, Massachusetts, until 1859. He was a travelling missionary who came to Crouseville in 1860, accompanied by Elder Benjamin Spaulding, an Adventist. They traveled on foot out of Presque Isle, Maine, and called along the way at private homes to distribute religious tracts. In Crouseville they stopped at the home of Job and Annie (Crouse) Churchill, where they found rest and welcome.

In the resulting meetings in Crouseville, Brother Spaulding did most of the preaching, but Moses Corliss had the satisfaction of baptizing five converts. With Spaulding’s help Moses was able to organize a church group in Crouseville. This would lead to the building of the Crouseville Advent Christian Church in the mid-1880’s. The church would become the focal point for the Crouseville community to the present day.

 William Churchill, the energetic son of Job and Annie, was later to be the founder and pastor of most of the Advent churches in northern Maine.

The family of Moses and Octavia Corliss lived on Old Parsons Road just east of the cemetery on, or near, land now known as Camp Nomacca (earlier called Aroostook Valley Park).

The story has been told that Freddie’s mother went outside to hang laundry. It was wintertime and cold. Freddie lay down by the door and cried because he had to stay inside. He became sweaty from crying, contracted pneumonia, and died.

 

               

31.      Fredrick Woodbury Corliss
Sept. 8, 1864 – Winter 1866/1867
(currently unmarked grave)

The missing small black marble stone read “FREDDIE” 1866 (or 1867). It was located along the southern edge of the cemetery.

Age 2 years.

Oldest child of Rev. Moses Woodbury  and Octavia Ann (Haynes) Corliss.

Fredrick’s sister, Serena May Corliss, married Arthur Wellsley Crouse, the son of Abraham and Caroline A. M. F. (Christie)

Crouse. Caroline is also buried in this cemetery.

 

 

ROW 7

 

 

 

32.      Sarah H. Munson
Dec. 24, 1847 – Aug. 3, 1884

     Age 36 years, 7 months, 10 days.

Wife of Andrew M. Munson.

 

 

 

 

 

33.      Andrew M. Munson
June 10, 1848 – Nov. 17, 1908

     Age 60 years, 5 months, 7 days.

Last known burial in the cemetery.

Husband of Sarah H. Munson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A long ago cemetery restoration effort resulted in many of the earlier headstones being

 moved from their original locations.

 

 

Harry Umphrey, who married Hepsie Crouse, set up a trust fund with the city of Washburn, Maine, for the maintenance of this cemetery.




NAME                                                     ROW

C

Christie, Aaron.............................................. 2

Christie, Deborah (Estey)............................... 2

Christie, Duncan............................................ 2

Christie, Joshua............................................. 2

Christie, Thomas........................................... 2

Churchill, George W..................................... 3

Churchill, Melinda (Hoyt).............................. 2

Churchill, Nathaniel....................................... 2

Corliss, Fredrick Woodbury......................... 6

Crouse, Caroline A. M. F. (Christie)............. 2

Crouse, Huldah............................................. 2

Crouse, Louisa D......................................... 3

Crouse, Lucinda........................................... 2

Crouse, Prudence (Churchill)........................ 3

D

Day, Margarett E.......................................... 1

E

Estey, Ebenzer.............................................. 1

H

Harris, Charles H.......................................... 1

Harris, Charlotte........................................... 1

Harris, Hepsibeth F....................................... 1

Harris, John C............................................... 1

Harris, Stephen............................................. 1

Haynes, Hepzibeth (Christie)......................... 2

L

Lovely, Clara E............................................. 1

M

Munson, Andrew M..................................... 7

Munson, Debbie L....................................... 3

Munson, Pearl A.......................................... 5

Munson, Sarah H......................................... 7

R

Russell, Ann................................................. 3

Russell, Hannah............................................ 3

Russell, Harris.............................................. 3

S

Sharpe, Asenath (Churchill)........................... 2

Simmons, Cora J. (Munson).......................... 4

U

unknown, Bertie............................................ 1


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