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|176||Records in a Small Cemetery at North Plympton|
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GRAVESTONE RECORDS IN A SMALL CEMETERY
IN THE NORTH VILLAGE OF
Communicated by STANLEY W. SMITH
IN May, 1907, the writer, with the assistance of Messrs. John W. Willard, Edward H. Whorf and William J. Ham, copied and verified all inscriptions dated prior to 1851, with a few of later date, found in a small cemetery in the North Village of Plympton, Mass., near the boundary line between Plympton and Kingston. These copies were presented to the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, and all genealogical data in the inscriptions will be found in the following abstracts.
Mary L., daughter of Isaac and Mary, born 13 April, 1809; died 7 May, 1809.
Harvey, died 14 December, 1840, in his 50th year.
Joseph, died 16 May, 1840, in his 85th year.
Mary, widow of Joseph, died 26 June, 1843, aged 79 years.
Addie F.,* daughter of E. B. and R. V., aged 9 months. [No date.]
Charles E.,* son of E. B. and R. V., died 18 November, 1851, aged 9 months.
Flora M.,* daughter of E. B. and R. V., died 28 August, 1853, aged 3 months.
Frances E.,* daughter of E. B. and R. V., died 4 January, 1850, aged 18 days.
Mercy D., daughter of Seneca and Mary, died 21 October, 1839, in her 19th year.
Samuel, died 19 June, 1843, aged 79 years.
* All four on one stone.
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