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Image from page 213 of "Marlborough, Massachusetts, burial ground inscriptions: Old Common, Spring Hill, and Brigham cemeteries" (1908)

Identifier: marlboroughmassa00rice

Title: Marlborough, Massachusetts, burial ground inscriptions: Old Common, Spring Hill, and Brigham cemeteries

Year: 1908 (1900s)

Authors: Rice, Franklin P., comp Maynard, George

Subjects: Epitaphs -- Massachusetts Marlborough

Publisher: Worcester, Mass., F.P. Rice, Trustee of the Fund

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

 

 

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,1859, I iEt. 46 yrs. [Front:] My Wife [Reverse :] 64. Sarah E. | wife of | Edward Dove, | diedFeb. 17, 1879, I JE. 34 yrs. 11 mos. | & 5 ds. Bunton. [ Ur»j a?id Willow Tree. ] Gc^—66. In memory of 1 Children | of Capt.Thomas and | Mrs. Catharine Dunton. Mary R. | died Dec. 3, 1821, | Aged 6 ms. Abraham D. | died Oct. 29, 1835, | Aged i yr. &8 ms. Cease Thy regrets, fond Parents cease,Thy Infants dwell in joy and peace,They are free from care, grief or pain.To them thy loss is perfect gain. Footstone: M. R. D. | A. D. D. [ Urn and Willow Tree. ] 67. To the memory of | Bent Fay, | Born May24, 1798; I Died July 24, 183 i. In childhood and in early youth he knew. The light of life, the light of reason too ; But just as manhood was unfolding fair. His reason fled, and left him to despair. Reader, twas sad ; yet such may be thy fate; Then reason justly, ere it be too late : Discharge all duty in thy present sphere. For theres no work, device, nor knowledge here. Footstone: B. F.

 

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PHOTO. liV F. P. KICK. X<, Type of Slati-: Stones Erected After 1825 (Brigham Cemetery) BRIGHAM CEMETERY. I9I [ Urn and Willow Tree. ] 68. In memory of I Hephsibah, | Wife of | JosiahFay, I who died | Aug. 19, 1853, | Rt. 86. The law commands and makes us knowWhat duty to our God we owe,But tis the gospel must reveal,Where lies our strength to do his will. Footstone: H. F. [Her maiden name was Collins.] \lJrn and Willow Tree.\ 69. Memorial of | Josiah Fay, | Born June 10,1758; I Died Feb. 18, 1845. Make no mourning for the dead ; for | they shall hear the voice of the Sonof I man and come forth. Footstone: J. F. JFelton. \lJrn and Willow Trees.\ 70. In memory of | Mrs. | Betsy, | wife of |Mr. George Felton, j who died | Dec. 11, 1828, |^t. 34. Farewell my Child and partner dear,No earthly ties can hold me hear :The Soverign calls I must obey.And fly from earth and friends away. Footstone: B. F. [She was Betsy Hunting of Hubbardston.] [ Urn and Willow Tree. ] 71. In I memory of | Mr

 

 

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