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[Transcribed by Dale H. Cook]
347. Hannah, daught. of Mr. Timothy Hayward; she died Sept. 9th, 1807, æt. 5 days.
348. In memory of Mr. Timothy Hayward; he died Octbr ye 17th, 1788, in ye 57th year of his age.
349. In memory of Mrs. Huldah, wife of Mr. Timothy Hayward, who died Sept. 18th, 1807, in her 33d year.
350. In memory of Mr. Barnabas Packard, who died Nov. 7th, 1795, in his 26th year.
351. Daniel Hudson, died January 31, 1731, aged 80 years.
352. In memory of Lieut. Daniel Hudson, who died Feb. 7, 1750, in 74th year of his age.
Down to the dead must all descend;
The saints of God must die;
Good angels guard thy soul to rest,
With Christ to reign on high.
353. Here lies the body of Mrs. Mary Hudson, who died June 28, 1738, in the 63d year of her age.
354. Here lies buried Mrs. Sarah Pratt, ye wife of Mr. Benjn Pratt, who died December 20, 1767, in ye 71st year of her age.
355. Here lies buried Mr. Benjamin Pratt, who died July 5, 1762, in ye 69th year of his age.
356. Here lies buried Miss Susanna Pratt, ye daughter of Mr. Benj. Pratt, who died Dec. 17th, 1761, in ye 23d year of her age.
357. Here lies Mrs. Ann, wife of Mr. Gershom Conant, died Oc. 8th, 1791, in her 82d year.
358. Here lies Mr. Gershom Conant, died March 14th, 1792, in his 78 year.
359. Here lies Jennet, daughter of Mr. William and Mrs. Betsey Mitchell; she died Sep. 19, 1800, aged 5 months.
360. Here lies Jane, daugt of Mr. William Mitchell; she died April 29th, 1802, in her 4th month.
361. Here lies William, Junr, son of Mr. William Mitchell; he died July 3, 1802, in his 7th year.
362. Here lies William, son of Mr. William and Mrs. Betsey Mitchell; he died July 9, 1805, æt. 6 months.
363. Caroline, daugt. of Mr. William and Betsey Mitchell, died Jan. 24, 1808, aged 11 months.
364. Ansel Leonard, 1823.
365. Here lies Deborah, daughter of Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Deborah Leonard, she died Dec. 25, 1795.
366. Sarah, daught. of Mr. Spencer and Mary Leonard, died Feb. 21, 1822, æt. 15 mos.
Here lies the fairest bud of hope
That e're to fondest hope was given;
If thou would'st know its perfect state,
Repent, and seek the flower in heaven.
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