76 BRIDGEWATER,  

[Transcribed by Dale H. Cook]

                       In early life by death must fall
                       The blooming rose which bid so fair,
                       From parents gone, and is no more.

   201.   In memory of Edmund Hobart, who deceasd Jany ye 11th, 1744, in ye 31st year of his age.

   202.   In memory of Deacn Thomas Hayward, who decd March ye 23d, 1741, in ye 67th year of his age.

   203.   In memory of Miss Bethia Hayward, died May 19th, 1827, in her 70th year.   (Dau. of Seth Hayward).
                       My time is spent, my days are past,
                       Eternity must count the rest;
                       My glass is out, my race is run,
                       The holy will of God is done.

   204.   In memory of Mr. Azariah Hayward; he died Jan 30th, 1802, in his 53d year.
            In memory of Mrs. Azariah Hayward; she died Jan. 24th, 1802, in her 56th year.

   205.   In memory of Lieut. Barzillia Hayward; he died Nov. 13th, 1801, in his 24th year.   Also in memory of Mrs. Malleson Hayward; she died Nov. 16th, 1801, in her 26th year.

   206.   In memory of Maleson, daugtr of Mr. Seth Hayward and Mrs Tabitha, his wife, who died Augst ye 12th, 1775, in ye 14th year of her age.

   207.   Memento Mori. In memory Mrs. Lydia, daugtr of Mr. Seth Hayward and Mrs. Tabitha, his wife, who died Augst ye 29th, 1779, in ye 25th year of her age.
                       Reader stand still, and spend a tear,
                       Think on the dust that slumbers here,
                       And when you read the state of me,
                       Think on the glass that runs for thee

   208.   Memento Mori.   In memory of Mr. Seth Hayward, who died Sept. ye 11th, 1778, in the 57th year of his age.
                       My time is spent, my days are past.
                       Eternity must count the rest;
                       Mv glass is out, my race is run,
                       The holy will of God is done.

   209.   In memory of Mrs. Tabitha Hayward, wife of Mr. Seth Hayward, who died March 15, 1789, in the 64th year of her age.
                       My friends draw near, and drop a tear,
                       In this dark grave I lie;
                       Ah! think of me when this you see,
                       And be prepared to die.

   210.   Memento Mori.   In memory of Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Joseph Leonard, who died March the 29th, A. D. 1770, in the 75th year of her age.

   211.
                       The voice said: Cry all flesh is grass.   Isaiah, 40th.

 

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