Extracted from
Epitaphs in the Old Burying Ground
of Lexington, Massachusetts
by Francis H. Brown, M. D.
1905

Surnames A - M

[Transcribed by Jane Devlin]




  • Mr. Edwar F. ALLEN, d. 22 Mar 1837, ae 54

  • Sarah Elizabeth, oldest child of Nathaniel K. & Martha P. ALLEN, d. 1 Dec 1810, ae 9 yrs, 6 mos

  • Mrs. Sarah ALLEN, d. 9 Nov 1842, ae 53

  • Mrs. Eunice ARMS, wife of Mr. Richard ARMS, d. 12 Jul 1761, in the 58th year of her age

  • Mr. Richard ARMS, d. 14 Apr 1756, in the 72 year of his age

  • Mrs. Sarah ARMS, wife of Mr. Richard ARMS, d. Apr 1752, abt. the 87th year of her age

  • Tomb dau of 4 - Owned by John AUGUSTUS, J. S. EATON & Harriet A. LAMPEE. Erected in 1811 by Col. Joshua RUSSELL (these names do not occur in Hudson's History of Lexington)

  • Louisa L. BABBIT, wife of Benj. C. BABBITT, d. 1 Nov 1840, ae 28

  • Mrs. Ruth BLODGETT, wife of Mr. James BLODGETT, d. 23 Jan 1818, ae 59

  • Sarah, Anna & Mary BOND. Mary d. 29 Jun 1829, ae 69. Anna, d. 25 Nov 1829, ae 72. Sarah d. 21 Mar 1830, ae 86

  • Mr. Benj'n BOWMAN, son of Mr. John & Mrs. Susanna BOWMAN, d. 17 Feb 1775, in the 19th year of his age (Benjamin(7) BOWMAN, [John(6), John(5), John(4), Francis(3), Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]; baptised 1757, d. 1775)

  • Francis BOWMAN, Esq,, dl 23 Ded 1744, ae 83 (Francis(3) BOWMAN [Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]; b. 15 Sep 1662; m. (1) 26 Jun 1684, Lydia STONE, dau. of Deacon Samuel & Sarah STONE of Cambridge; (2) Ruth, dau. of Rev. Samuel ANGIER, one of the most prominenet men; filled every office in gift in town: Representative; Royal Magistrate, 1720; d. 1744

  • Mr. Francis BOWMAN, son of Joseph BOWMAN, Esq; & Mrs. Phebe his wife, d. 25 Ju 1750, ae 44 yrs. (Francis (4) BOWMAN [Francis(3), Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]; b. 1693; m. (1) 1716 Elizabeth HARRINGTON; (2) Sarah, daughter of John & Sarah (Spring) MASON, widow of William MUNROE; he filled many offices from field driver to Representative; Magistrate for many years)

  • Isaac BOWMAN Esq. d. 18 Jul 1785 in the 93 yhra Mr. Joseph BOWMAN, Jr, d. 25 Dec 1729, ae abt. 32 yrs (Joseph (4) BOWMAN Jr., [Joseph(3), Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]; b. 16 Sep 1697)

  • Mr. John BOWMAN, son of Francis BOWMAN, d.30 Apr 1726 in the 37th yohr

  • BOWMAN Monument: John BOWMAN 1822-1882; Eliza Powell GIDDINGS, 1823-1899; Joseph VANNESS, 1901; Samuel; Sarah (his wife); John; George BOWMAN; Ida VANNESS

  • Joseph BOWMAN, Esq., d. 8 Apr 1762, ae 87 yrs, 11 mos (Joseph BOWMAN(3) [Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]; b. 18 May 1674; m. Phebe ---- d. 1757; one of the leading men in town & Church affairs; Justice of the Peace for many years.)

  • Mrs. Lydia BOWMAN, wife of Lt. Francis BOWMAN, d. 10 Dec 1719, in the 55th year of her age. (1st wife of Francis(3) BOWMAN, Jr.; dau. of Deacon Samuel & Sarah STONE of Cambridge; m. 26 Jun 1684)

  • Mrs. Phebe BOWMAN, wife of Joseph BOWMAN, Esq., d. 20 Dec 1871, in the 79th year of her age

  • Mrs. Ruth BOWMAN, wife of Francis BOWMAN, Esq., & dau of Rev. Mr. Samuel ANGIER of Watertown, d. 25 Jul 1754, in the 71st year of her age

  • Mrs. Sarah BOWMAN, wife of Isaac BOWMAN, Esq., d. 13 Apr 1785, in the 71st year of her age (b. 7 Jun 1714; 2d wife of Isaac BOWMAN, m. 1748; dau of John & Elizabeth (SPRING) MASON; widow of William MUNROE.)

  • Mrs. Sarah BOWMAN, wife of Mr. Thaddeus BOWMAN, d. 3 Dec 1747 in the 33 year of her age (b. abt. 1715; dau of Deacon Joseph & Lydia LORING; m. Thaddeus BOWMAN, 2 Dec 1736)

  • Mrs. Mary BREWER, widow of Lt. John BREWER of Weston, d. 11 Apr 1729, in the 57th year of her age

  • Mrs. Abigail BRIDGE, Relict of Mr. Joseph BRIDGE, d. 13 Dec 1797, ae 95

  • Mrs. Anna BRIDGE, wife of Mr. John BRIDGE, d. 14 Dec 1730, in the 22nd year of her age (Anna BRIDGE, 1st wife of John BRIDGE; dau. of ---- HERRICK of Wentham; died in childbed)

  • Mr. Francis BRIDGE, d. 28 Apr 1796, ae 47 (Francis(4) [Samuel(3), Matthew(2), Matthew(1)]; bapt. 28 Aug 1748; m. Eunice BROWN 1773; lived many years in Winchendon)

  • Mr. Isaac BRIDGE, son of Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Eliot BRIDGE, d. 1 Feb 1769, ae 8 wks, 3 days [Isaac(5) (Joseph(4), Joseph(3), Matthew(2), Matthew(1)]

  • Mr. John BRIDGE, d. 8 Mar 1776, in the 76th year of his age (John BRIDGE(3) [Matthew(2), Matthew(1)]; b. 1 Sep 1700; m. (1) 1730, Anna HERRICK of Wenham; (2) Sarah TIDD; (3) Mary PORTER of Worburn; selectman 1746 & 1756.

  • Mrs. Sarah BRIDGE, wife of Mr. John BRIDGE, d. 14 May 1754, in the 42d year of her age (Sarah BRIDGE b. 19 Nov 1711; dau. of Jospeh & Mary TIDD; 2d wife of John BRIDGE)

  • Mr. Joseph BRIDGE, d. 21 Nov 1778, in the 81st year of his age (Joseph(3) BRIDGE [Matthew(2), Matthew(1)]; m. (1) Abigail CUTLER; (2) Mary -----, abt. 1730)

  • Mrs. Martha BRIDGE, Consort of Mr. Samuel BRIDGE, d. 10 Jun 1793, ae 79 (Martha BRIDGE, dau of Joseph & Phebe BOWMAN; 2nd wife of Samuel BRIDGE; m. 27 Apr 1738)

  • Matthew BRIDGE, Esq., 2nd son of Matthew & Anna BRIDGE, b. at Cambridge, 5 May 1650; d. at this place 29 May 1738, ae 88 yrs. "He was the first of the line born in America and from him the family have all decended. In early life, he came with his father to this place and with him struggled to advance its interst. The First Church, established here by his aid, was sustained during his life and remembered at his death. He served in King Phillip's War in 1675; he joined the ill-fated expedition to Quebec in 1690. At the organizetion of the town in 1712, he was chosen first Selectiman, and for more than five years Treasure of the Town of Lexington. In 1687, he married Abigail, dau of Joseph & Mary RUSSELL. She d. 14 Dec 1722, ae 55 yrs."

  • Melesent BRIDGE, dau of Mr. Joseph & Mrs Abigal BRIDGE, d. 24 Jul 1753, ae 15 yrs, 3 mos, 8 days

  • Mr. Natha'll BRIDGE, son of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Martha BRIDGE, d. 14 Sep 1771, ae 27 yrs, 6 mos (Nathan(5) BRIDGE [Samuel(4), Matthew(3), Matthew(2), John(1)] )

  • Mr. Samuel BRIDGE, d. 8 Jun 1796, ae 86 yrs [Samuel(3) (Matthew(2), Matthew(1)], b. 2 May 1705; m. (1) Susanna REED; (2) Martha BOWMAN)

  • The Children of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Martha BRIDGE: Joshua d. 10 Dec 1761, ae 1 yr. Martha, d. 20 Dec 1760, ae 8 yrs. Joshua d. 20 Dec 1760, ae 16 yrs. James, d. 9 Oct 1760, ae 3 yrs. Frances, d. 20 Nov 1747, ae 2 yrs.

  • Mrs. Susanna BRIDGE, wife of Mr. Samuel BRIDGE, d. 16 Jan 1734/5, in the 24th year of her age. (Susanna REED, 1st wife of Samuel BRIDGE, d. in childbed)

  • Edmund BRIDGES, d. 6 Nov 1856, ae 36 yrs

  • Mrs. Betty, wife of Dea. James BROWN, d. 2 Nov 1837, ae 80 (Betty BROWN; dau of Hammond & Betty (SIMONDS) REED; b. 12 Dec 1757; m. 1780 James BROWN (1758-1821))

  • Mrs Eliot BROWN, wife of Mr. Daniel BROWN, d. 11 Mar 1733, ae 23 yrs, 9 mos (Eliot BROWN, m. abt. 1728 Daniel BROWN; adm. ch. 1734; Hudson says d. 1735 and give adm. ch. as above.)

  • Capt. Francis BROWN d. 21 Apr 1800, ae 63 yrs. (Francis(5) BROWN (James(4), Joseph(3), John(2), John(1)); b. 23 Jan 1738; m. Mary BUCKMAN 1764; captain of Minute Men & Militia; at battle of Lexington; wounded in Lincoln, at Cambridge 17 Jun 1775; his company was ordered to Charlestown Neck, but too late to engage in the battle; elsewhere in Revolutionary War; lived near Pierce's Bridge, where cellar is still to be seen; Later built house & kept tavern in East village on farm still owned by descendants.)

  • Georg A. BRIDGES, d. 16 Mar 1858, ae 1 yr, 5 mos

  • John F. BRIDGES, d. 15 Jul 1870, ae 18 yrs, 10 mos

  • Henry True, son of Mr. John S. & Mrs. Sarah BROWN, d. 12 Dec 1827, ae 11 days

  • Mr. Hiram BROWN, d. 10 Oct 1822, ae 25 (Hiram(6) BROWN [James(5), Benjamin(4), Joseph(3), John(2), John(1)]

  • Deacon James BROWN, d. 11 Jun 1768, in the 55th year of his age (James(4) BROWN [Joseph(3), John(2), John(1)]; m. 1735, (1) Jane BOWMAN, she d. 1761; (2) Elizabeth, widow of Hezekiah SMTIH, 1762; he was chosen Deacon 1756 and filled the office til his death, she d. 1774. Two of this name are called Deacon - James, 1713-1768, was son of Joseph & Ruhamah (WELLINGTON); James, 1758-1821, was son of Benjamin & Sarah (READ).)

  • James BROWN, son of Mr. James & Mrs. Jane BROWN, d. 22 Jan 1749/50 in the 5th year of his age

  • Dea. James BROWN, d. 3 Nov 1821, ae 63 (James(5) BROWN [Benjamin(4), Joseph(3), John(2), John(1)]; 1758-1821; m. 178-, Betty REED; adm. ch. 4 Arp 1781)

  • Mrs. Jane BROWN, wife of Deacon James BROWN of Lexington, d. 5 may 1761, in the 48th year of his age (Jane BROWN, wife of James BROWN (1713-1768); dau of Nathaniel(3) BOWMAN [Francis(2), Nathaniel(1)]

  • Mr. Joseph BROWN, Deacon of the Church of Christ in Lexington, d. 11 Jan 1764, in the 86th year of his age (Joseph BROWN, b. 1677; m. in Watertown, 1699, Ruhamah WELLINGTON; removed to Lexington about 1709; adm. ch. 1713; prominent citizen: Deacon, Assessor, Town Clerk, (Mid. Probate Records 2005 give will with signature 22 Nov 1757); cordwainer, mentions wife Ruhamah; sons, William, Benjamin, John, Josiah, Danie, Joseph, James, Jonas. 26 Jun 1759 codicil 3 to Deacons of the Church of Christ in Lexington for the relief of the poor.)

  • Mr. Madison BROWN, d. 27 Feb 1838, ae 31 (Madison(6) BROWN (James(5), Benjamin(4), Joseph(3), John(2), John(1)), b. 1 May 1802; unmarried, found dead in bed.)

  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. Francis BROWN, d. 9 Feb 1825, ae 84 (Mary BROWN, b. 27 Dec 1749; dau of John & Mary (FISKE) BUCKMAN & sister of John BUCKMAN, Jr., of the Buckman Tavern (1775); m. 27 Feb 1749, Francis BROWN)

  • Mrs. Ruhamah BROWN, wife of Dea. Joseph BROWN, d. 15 Jul 1772, ae 92 (Ruhamah BROWN, dau of Benjamin & Elizabeth (SWEETMAN) WELLINGTON of Watertown, m. Dea. Joseph BROWN 1699; they lived together 64 yrs)

  • Mrs. Betsy BRUCE, wife of Mr. James BRUCE & dau of Capt. Daniel & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 19 Feb 1802, ae 30 yrs. (Betsey (HARRINGTON) BRUCE, dau of Daniel HARRINGTON (Robert, Daniel, George); b. 1 Feb 1772, m. 1799 James BRUCE of Woburn)

  • Elizabeth BUCKMAN, dau of Mr. John & Mrs. Mary BUCKMAN, d. 23 Oct 1763, ae 10 yrs, 9 mos (b. 11 Jan 1753, dau of John & Mary (FISKE) BUCKMAN)

  • Mr. John BUCKMAN, d. 17 Feb 1768, in the 51st year of his age (John BUCKMAN, Sr., in Lex. 1740; perhaps from Malden; m. 1739, Mary FISKE, dau of Robert)

  • Mrs. Mary BUCKMAN, wife of Mr. John BUCKMAN, d. 10 Feb 1768, in the 48th year of her age (b. 16 Mar 1720, (Robert, David, David, David); m. 1739, John BUCKMAN, Sr.)

  • Mr. John BUCKMAN d. 21 Dec 1792, in the 48th year of his age (John, Jr., b. 21 Apr 1745; m. 1768, Ruth STONE, kept the Buckman Tavern 1775; in Parker's Company; m. (2) Sarah WELD)

  • John BUCKMAN, son of Mr. John & Mrs. Ruth BUCKMAN, d. 22 Sep 1771, ae 10 days. (John 3d, b. 12 Sep 1771)

  • Mrs. Ruth BUCKMAN, wife of Mr. John BUCKMAN, d. 8 Sep 1778, in the 33d year of her age (b. 26 Nov 1744, dau of Samuel & Jane STONE; m. 1768, John BUCKMAN, Jr.)

  • Mrs. Sarah BUCKMAN, relict of Mr. John BUCKMAN, d. 16 Nov 1801, ae 43 (Sarah (WELD) BUCKMAN, m. 1784; 2d wife of John BUCKMAN, Jr.)

  • Mrs. Mary BURCHSTEED, widow of Dr. John Henry BURCHSTEED of Lynn, d. 13 Nov 1740, ae 73 yrs, 6 mos

  • Thomas J. CALDWELL, d. 9 Apr 1845, ae 75; Anna, his wife, d. 22 Sep 1825, ae 56

  • Elizabeth CARLEY, d. 8 Jun 1719, ae abt. 34 yrs

  • Mrs. Jeane CARLEY, relict of Mr. William CARLEY, d. 12 Jan 1721, ae abt. 70 yrs

  • Mr. William CARLEY, d. 13 May 1719, ae abt. 86 yrs

  • Mrs. Mary CHAMBERS, wife of Capt. William CHAMBERS & dau of Jonathan & Mrs. Abigail HARRINGTON) d. 27 Feb 1776, in the 23d year of her age [Mary, dau of Jonathan HARRINGTON (Robert, Daniel, George)]

  • Abiel CHANDLER, A. B., son of Mr. John & Mrs. Beulah CHANDLER, d. 11 Feb 1799, ae 28. He graduated at Harvard Univ., Jul 1798. [Abiel(5) CHANDLER (John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)], b. 21 Jun 1771; A.B. Harvard, 1798; d. unmarried)

  • Mr. Beulah CHANDLER, wife of Mr. John CHANDLER, d. 9 Feb 1813, ae 83 [Beulah(5) (MERRIAM) CHANDLER; (Joseph(4), Robert(3), Joseph(2), Joseph(1)], b. 2 Aug 1730; m. John CHANDLER 1757)

  • Clara E., d. 8 Mar 1859, ae 4 mos; Lillian L., d. 15 Sep 1859, ae 11 mos; Twin children of Leonard L. & Lucy S. CHANDLER

  • D. CHANDLER, d. 16 Jun 1847, ae 59 yrs; Susanna, wife of Daniel CHANDLER, d. 15 Apr 1866, ae 77 yrs (Daniel CHANDLER (John, John, Samuel, Samuel, Roger), b. 14 Oct 1788; m. 1817, Susana DOWNING; ensign U.S.A., 1812, on Northern frontier; Lieutenant; Superintendent farm school, 5 yrs; House of Industry & Reformation, So. Boston; d. of ship fever)

  • Elizabeth, wife of William CHANDLER, d. 30 Sep 1847, ae 59

  • John CHANDLER, d. 29 Nov 1810, ae 79 (John CHANDLER (Samuel, Samuel, Roger); b. 26 Nov 1731; m. Beulah WELLINGTON 1757; probably lived in Concord (Lincoln); at his marriage recorded in Lextinton; cornet "his Majesty's Blue Troop" under Gov. BERNARD; in Parker's Company 1775; a prominent man; treasurer of the ministerial fund)

  • Mr. Leonar CHANDLER, son of Maj. John & Mrs. Margaret CHANDLER, d. 6 Jul 1825, ae 22 (Leonard CHANDLER (John, John, Samuel, Samuel, Roger), b. 9 Jun 1803)

  • Col. John CHANDLER (no other information)

  • Maj. John CHANDLER, d. 19 Oct 1804, ae 46 yrs (John(5) CHANDLER [John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]; m. Peggy MACK of Salem, 1786, at which place he was living at the time; removed to Lexington next year; member of Parker's company at Cambridge, 10 May & 17 Jun 1775; entered naval service; prisoner at Charleston, S.C., 1780; captain in the militia, 1790; major, 1796; selectman)

  • Mr. Jonas CHANDLER, son of Maj. John & Mrs. Peggy CHANDLER, d. 4 Apr 1814, ae 77 (Jonas CHANDLER (John, John, Samuel, Samuel, Roger); b. 23 Jun 1797; apparently the age 77 should be 17)

  • Margaret, wife of Maj. John CHANDLER, d. 27 Apr 1853, ae 87 yrs ("Peggy" MACK of Salem, m. 1786)

  • Maria H., wife of Nathan CHANDLER, d. 19 Nov 1875, ae 83 (Maria H. (MEAD) CHANDLER, dau of Josiah MEAD; m. 1821)

  • Mrs. Mary CHANDLER, dau of Maj. John & Mrs. Margaret CHANDLER, d. 19 Oct 1818, ae 25 ("Mrs." on her gravestone, but d. unmarried; b. 20 Feb 1794)

  • Mr. Nathan CHANDLER, d. 6 Dec 1700, in the 22 year of his age

  • Nathan CHANDLER, Esq., d. 14 Mar 1837, ae 75 (Nathan(5) CHANDLER [John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]; b. 24 Feb 1762; m. Ruth TIDD 1785; lived on Hancock St., Lt. in Lexington Artillery 1793; selectman for 15 years; senator & councilman)

  • Nathan CHANDLER d. 13 Apr 1879, ae 87 (Nathan(6) CHANDLER [Nathan(5), John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]; b. 3 Mar 1792; m. 1821, Maria F., dau of Josiah MEAD; lived on the old "Tidd Place" on Hancock Street; interested in military matters)

  • Ruth, wife of Nathan CHANDLER, Esq., d. 15 Sep 1846, ae 80 (Ruth (TIDD) CHANDLER (William, Daniel, Daniel); b. 11 Oct 1767; m. Nathan CHANDLER 1785)

  • Miss Sarah CHANDLER, dau of Maj. John & Mrs. Peggy CHANDLER, d. 15 Mar 1815, ae 25

  • Sarah CHANDLER, 27 Feb 1816 - 7 Jun 1899

  • Sarah CHANDLER, d. 27 Aug 1846, ae 26 yrs (Sarah R. CHANDLER (Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Samuel, Roger); b. 30 Sep 1826; d. unmarried)

  • Susan D. CHANDLER, d. 23 Nov 1843, ae 23 yrs (Susan(7) [Daniel(6), John(5), John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]; b. 6 Dec 1810; d. unmarried)

  • Susan W. CHANDLER, widow of Col. John CHANDLER; d. 19 Dec 1863; ae 77 yrs (Susan W. Chandler: Susanna(6) (WHITMORE) REED; dau of Nathan(5) & Mary (PAGE) REED; [William(4), William(3), George(2), William(1)]; b. 10 Dec 1786; m. Col. John CHANDLER (1786-1817)

  • William CHANDLER d. 19 Mar 1870, ae 81 (William CHANDLER (Nathan, John, Samuel, Samuel, Roger); b. 4 Oct 1788; m. (1) 1813, Elizabeth HARRINGTON; (2) 1848, Mrs. Mary LaBART of Lowell, granddaughter of John Munroe; capt. of Lexington Rifle Co.; held may offices)

  • Tryphena H., dau of William & Elizabeth CHANDLER, d. 2 Mar 1830, ae 16 (Tryphenia(7) Harrington CHANDLER [William(6); Nathan(5), John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]; b. 8 Mar 1814

  • Mr. Abijah CHILDS, d. 30 Aug 1808, ae 70 (m. 1763 Sarah, dau of Benjamin & Mary CUTLER of Lexington; he came from Waltham about time of marriage; filled may offices; six of his children d. within 18 days as shown by thier stone; the last of his 7 children d. 3 years after him.)

  • Mr. Isaac CHILDS, d. 20 Nov 1811, ae 34 (Son of Abijah, b. 11 Oct 1777)

  • Mrs. Sarah CHILDS, wife of Mr. Abijah CHILDS, d. 3 Mar 1812, ae 78 (Sarah(4), dau of Benjamin(3) [Thomas(2), James(1)]; b. 17 Jun 1734; m. 1763 Abijah CHILDS)

  • Children of Mr. Abijah & Mrs. Sarah CHILDS: Sarah, d. 28 Aug 1778, ae 13 yrs, 8 mos, 11 dys. Eunice, d. 23 Aug 1778, ae 12 yrs, 3 mos, 8 dys. Abijah d. 6 Sep 1778, ae 11 yrs, 37 dys. Abigail, d. 29 Aug 1778, ae 7 yrs, 7 mos, 11 dys. Benj'a d. 21 Aug 1778, ae 4 yrs, 9 mos, 8 dys. Moses, d. 19 Aug 1778, ae 3 yrs, wanting 8 days.

  • Capt. John CLAPHAM, b. 4 Jan 1761, in the 35 year of his age

  • Jonas CLARKE, Sarah CLARKE, Elizabeth CLARK. See John HANCOCK (Jonas(4) CLARKE [Thomas, John(3), John(2), Hugh(1)]; b. 14 Dec 1730; Harvard College 1752; settled in Lexington 1755; m. 1757 Lucy BOWES, d. 1789, dau of Rev. Nicholas BOWES ofBedford; her mother was Lucy, dau of Rev. John HANCOCK of Lexington.)

  • Abigail SIMONDS, wife of Capt. Michael CROSBY, d. 4 Mar 1886, ae 88 yrs, 11 mos

  • Abigail CUTLER, wife of Thomas CUTLER, d. 19 Feb 1711, ae 65 yrs

  • Mrs. Abigail CUTLER, wife of Mr. Thomas CUTLER, d. 26 Sep 1785 in the 35 year of her age (Abigail CUTLER of Western, now Warren; 1st wife of Thomas CUTLER)

  • Mr. Benjamin CUTLER d. 3 Nov 1776. ad 79 yrs, 3 mos, 29 dys (Benjamin(3) CUTLER [Thomas(2), James(1)]; b. 4 Jul 1797

  • Mrs. Mary CUTLER, wife of Mr. Benjamin CUTLER, d. 6 Nov 1776, ae 75 yrs, 9 mos, 21 days

  • Mr. David CUTLER, d. 4 Dec 1760, ae 55 yrs, 3 mos (David, b.26 Aug 1705; m. Mary, dau of Joseph & Mary TIDD; lived on the old homstead near the Bedford line; constable, selectman, a man of good property; d. of smallpox)

  • Miss Hannah CUTLER, dau of Mr. Benjamin & Mrs. Mary CUTLER, d. 1 Oct 1805, ae 76 (b. 27 Dec 1729)

  • Mrs. Mary CUTLER, wife of Mr. David CUTLER, d. 25 May 1797, in the 93 year of her age (dau of Joseph & Mary TIDD)

  • Miss Mary CUTTLER, dau of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Nabby CUTTLER, d. 16 May 1819, ae 44 (Mary(6) CUTLER [Thomas(5), David(4), Thomas(3), Thomas(2), James(1)]

  • Mrs. Sarah CUTLER, wife of Mr. Thomas CUTLER, d. 10 Jan 1750, in the 69th year of her age (dau of Samuel & Dorcas STONE)

  • Mr. Thomac (sic) CUTTLER, d. 3 Jul 1812, ae 70 (Thomas CUTLER (David, Thomas); b. 5 May1742; m. (1) Abigail REED of Western (Warren); (2) Elizabeth WHITE, dau of Moses HARRINGTON)

  • Mr. John CUTLER, d. 20 Nov 1747, in the 48th year of his age

  • Margaret A. CUTTER, dau of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Nancy CUTTER, d. 18 Jun 1814, ae 4 yrs, 7 mos

  • Mrs. Hannah DANFORD, wife of Mr. John DANFORD, d. 3 Mar 1725, in the 28th year of her age

  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Nathan DUDLEY, d. 26 Jan 1847, ae 75 yrs, 8 mos (Hannah DUDLEY, widow of N. LANE; 2d wife of Nathan DUDLEY)

  • John Wm. DUDLEY, son of Mr. John & Mrs. Esther Eliza DUDLEY, d. 20 Jan 1818, ae 2 yrs, 2 mos, 5 days

  • Mr. Nathan DUDLEY, d. 17 Jul 1835, ae 80 (Nathan(5) DUDLEY [Joseph(4), Joseph(3), Joseph(2), Francis(1)]; b. 15 Jul 1755; m. (1) Sarah MUNROE of Lincoln, 1771; (2) Mrs. Hannah LANE

  • Nathan DUDLEY, son of Lt. Nathan & Mrs. Hannah DUDLEY, d. 9 Aug 1813, ae 3 yrs, 11 days (Nathan(6) DUDLEY [Nathan(5), Joseph(4), Joseph(3), Joseph(2), Francis(1)], b. 29 Jul 1810)

  • Mrs. Sarah DUDLEY, wife of Lt. Nathan DUDLEY, d. 16 Jan 1801, in the 37 year of her age. Also 2 children of Lt. Nathan & Mrs. Sarah DUDLEY, Nathaniel d. 3 Feb 1795, ae 6 yrs; Rebecah d. 12 Apr 1795, ae 8 mos. (Sarah DUDLEY of Lincoln; m. 1786 Nathan DUDLEY as his 1st wife)

  • Theodore Otis, son of Eben W. & Rebecca M. DUGAN, d. 12 Aug 1849, ae 8 mos

  • Capt. Joseph EASTERBROOK (son of Rev. Mr. Joseph EASTERBROOK of Concord), Deacon of ye Church of Christ in Lexington, d. 24 Sep 1733, ae 65 (Joseph EASTERBROOK, b. 1669, son of Rev. Joseph EASTERBROOK; m. (1) Millicent WOODIS (WOODHOUSE); (2) Widow Hannah LORING of Hingham; 1st settled in Hingham; dismissed to church in Lexington 1710; an active & influential citizen, deacon 1716, held many offices.)

  • Margret CHANDLER, wife of Joseph EATON, b. 15 Jan1793, d. 11 Oct 1873 (Margaret(6) (CHANDLER) EATON; [John(5), John(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Roger(1)]

  • J. S. EATON (no dates)

  • Elizabeth, wife of George P. ELLIOT, d. 9 Jan 1835, ae 33 yrs

  • Elizabeth ELLIOT, 1802-1835; Elizabeth ELLIOT ___ - 1835 (sic)

  • Elizabeth T., dau of George P. & Elizabeth ELLIOT, d. 2 may 1835, ae 3 mos, 27 dys

  • Mr. James ELLIS, d. 16 Apr 1842, ae 53. Mrs. Mary ELLIS, d. 14 Jun 1845, ae 53. Mary ELLIS, John ELLIS, Richard ELLIS, children of James & Mary ELLIS

  • Mr. Benjamin ESTABROOK, 1st Pastor of ye Church of Christ in this place, son of Rev. Mr. Joseph ESTABROOK, pastor of ye Church in Concord, d. 22 Jul 1697, ae 26 yrs, 5 mos. (b. 24 Feb 1671; A. B. Harvard, 1960; settled over 1st Church in Cambridge Farms, 6 Oct 1696; m. 1693, Abigaik, dau of Rev. Samuel WILLARD of the Old South Church in Boston; his widow m. Rev. Samuel TREAT of Eastham)

  • Mr. Benj'a ESTABROOK, d. 8 Mar 1803, ae 74 yrs (Benjamin(4) ESTABROOK [Joseph(3), Joseph(2), Joseph(1)]; b. 20 Dec 1729, m. Hannah HUBBARD of Concord; coroner & Justice of the Peace; in Ticonderoga campaign 1776)

  • Mrs. Hannah ESTABROOK, wife of Mr. Benj'a ESTABROOK, d. 12 Jan 1803, ae 67 yrs

  • Deacon Joseph ESTABROOK, Jr., d. 19 Aug 1740, in the 50th year of his age (Joseph ESTABROOK (Joseph, Joseph); b. 10 Oct 1690; m. 1713 (1) Submit RORING, (2) 1719, --- -----; captain of militia company; deacon; filled various offices; his widow m. Capt. Benjamin REED & d. 1774

  • Mr. Joseph ESTABROOK, son of Deacon Joseph & Mrs. Hannah ESTABROOK, d. 30 Nov 1747, in the 28th year of his age (b. 9 Apr 1720)

  • Samuel ESTABROOK, student of Harvard College, son of Dea. Jospeh & Mrs. Hannah ESTABROOK, d. 14 Jul 1754, in the 20th year of his age (Samuel(4) [Joseph(3), Joseph(2), Joseph(1)]; b. 25 Jun 1735; he did not graduate at Harvard College)

  • Mrs. Submit ESTABROOK, wife of Mr. Joseph ESTABROOK, d. 31 Mar 1718, ae 26 yrs, 7 mos. Also 2 young children.

  • Excellency William EUSTIS, b. at Cambridge, 10 Jun 1753, d. in Boston, 6 Feb 1825. "He served his country as a surgeon through the revolutionary war.. he successively filled the distinguished places of Secretary of War of the United State, Envoy extraordinary & Minister plenipotentiary at the Court of the Netherlands, Representative to the National Congress & Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts... This monument is erected by his mourning widow Caroline Langdon EUSTIS"

  • Caroline L. EUSTIS, dau of Hon. Woodbury LANGDON, of Portsmouth, N.H., Widow of Gov. EUSTIS, d. 12 Oct 1865, ae 84

  • Mrs. Elizabeth EUSTIS, wife of Mr. Benjamin EUSTIS, Late of Boston, d. 30 May 1775, in the 48th year of her age

  • Almira R., wife of Thomas FABER, d. 4 Oct 1882, ae 37 yrs, 3 days

  • Mr. Joseph FASSET, d. 14 Aug 1775, in the 54th year of his age. Mary FASSET, dau of Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Amittai FASSETT, d. 19 Aug 1753 in the 18 year of her age. Also, Lt. Joseph FASSET, their son, d. at ye Lake, 16 Sep 1758, ae 29 yrs (Joseph FASSETT (Joseph); b. 6 Dec 1701; m. Amity abt. 1726; she m. (2) John PAGE of Bedford. The son, Joseph, was killed in the French-Indian War.)

  • Mrs. Elizabeth FESSENDEN, wife of Mr. Thomas FESSENDEN, d. 13 Aug 1773, ae 25 yrs.

  • Mrs. Elizabeth FESSENDEN (no dates)

  • Mrs. Hannah FESSENDEN, wife of the late Mr. Thomas FESSENDEN, d. 22 Oct 1768, in the 52 year of her age (Hannah (PRENTICE) FESSENDEN, m. 1735, Thomas FESSENDEN

  • Mr. Thomas FESSENDEN, d. 22 Jul 1768, in the 59th year of his age (Thomas(3) FESSENDEN [Thomas(2), Nicholas(1)], m. 1735 Hannah PRENTICE

  • Mr. Benjamin FISK, d. 1 Feb 1785 in the 43d year of his age (Benjamin FISK, son of Ebenezer; b. 10 Aug 1742; in 1767 m. Rebecca HOW of Concord; she m. (2) Lt. William MERRIAM of Bedford)

  • Mrs. Bithiah FISK, wife of Lt. Ebenezer FISK, d. 10 Nov 1774, in the 74th year of her age (Bethiah(3) (MUZZY) FISK; [Benjamin(2), Benjamin(1)]; bapt. Jun 1701, 2d wife of Ebenezer FISK)

  • Lt. David FISK, d. 14 Feb 1710, ae 87 (David(2) FISK [David(1)], b. 1624; prominent citizen; m. (1) Lydia COOPER; (2) Seaborn WILSON of Boston; held various offices; called Lieutenant; lived on Hancock St. There were three of this name: David(1), immigrant 1636, Watertown 1637; David(2), 1624-1710; David(3), 1648-1729)

  • David FISK, d. 14 Feb 1710, ae 87 yrs, & his Descendants. Erected by Benjamin FISK, 1856

  • Mr. David FISK, d. 23 Oct 1729, ae 79 yrs, 6 mos (David(3) FISK [David(2), David(1)]; b. 1 Sep 1648; subscriber to meeting-house 1692)

  • Lt. Ebenezer FISK, d. 19 Dec 1775, in the 85th year of his age (Ebenezer(4) [David(3), David(2), David(1)]; m. (1) Grace HARRINGTON of Watertown; (2) Bethiah, dau of Benjamin & Sarah MUZZY; filled many offices in the town; lived on Concord Road near Fisk Hill; at his house HAYWARD of Acton met a British soldier, between whom shots were exchanged, with fatal effect on both sides.)

  • Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Joseph FISK, d. 6 Mar 1849, ae 76 yrs (Elizabeth(7) (STONE) FISK; [Jonas(6), Jonas(5)' Samuel(4), Samuel(3), Samuel(2), Gregory(1)]; b. 13 Nov 1770)

  • Franklin FISKE, d. 23 MAr 1868, ae 63 (Franklin FISK, son of Joseph & Elizabeth (STONE); b. 16 Oct 1804; m. 1839 Hannah PETERS of Newport, N.H.)

  • Mrs. Grace FISK, wife of Mr. Ebenezer FISK, d. 29 Jul 1721, ae 26 yrs, 11 mos, 25 dys (Grace (HARRINGTON) FISK of Watertown; m. 1718, Ebenezer FISK of Watertown)

  • Dr. Joseph FISK, Surgeon in the Revolutionary Army & member of the Mass. Cincinnati Society, d. 25 Sep 1837, ae 84 yrs (Joseph FISK, m. 1794 Elizabeth STONE, b. 13 Nov 1752; she d. 6 Mar 1841; surgeon Continental Army, member of the Cincinnati; member Massachusetts Medical Society.)

  • Dr. Robort FISK, d. 18 Apr 1752, in the 73 year of his age (Robert(4) FISK [David(3), David(2), David(1)]; m. 1718 Mary STIMPSON of Reading; was a physician and probably the first in Lexington)

  • Mrs. Sarah, wife of Mr. Charles FLANDERS, d. 25 Oct 1837, ae 25 yrs

  • Samuel FRANCIS, d. 16 Jan 1836, ae 71

  • Mary Jane, dau of George & Mary FRASER, d. 21 Aug 1838, ae 1 yr, 2 mos

  • Col. John GARDNER, d. 28 Feb 1817, ae 30

  • Elizabeth GEARFIELD, d. 25 Sep 1700 in the 22 year of her age

  • Elizabet Bridge GERRY, b. 18 Jan 1814, d. 7 Mar 1888; widow of Nath'l H. GERRY, dau of Dr. Thomas & Hannah (BRIDGE) WHITCOMB, d. 1842, ae 71. The estate was give to the Bridge Charitable Fund of Lexington

  • Nathaniel H. GERRY, d. 5 Jan 1869, ae 53 yrs, 11 mos

  • Eliza Powell GIDDENS - see John BOWMAN

  • Mr. Joseph GOODNOW, d. 18 May 1829, ae 26 yrs

  • Mrs. Lydia GOVE, wife of Mr. Jonathan GOVE, d. 18 Apr 1740, in the 57 year of her age

  • Elisabeth GREEN, dau of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Esther GREEN, d. 10 Jun 1750, in the 24 year of her age (b. 22 Jun 1727; adm. ch. 7 Nov 1742)

  • Mr. Samuel GREEN, d. 10 Aug 1759, in the 63 year of his age (Samuel GREEN, m. Esther ----; prob. from Woburn; came to Lexington abt. 1718; employed in 1720 to ring the bell, sweep the meeting house & keep the key)

  • Mrs. Bethiah GRIMES, wife of Mr. William GRIMES, d. 15 Mar 1772, in the 49th year of her age

  • George GRIMES, d. 28 Jul 1716, ae 76 yrs

  • William GRIMES, d. 1 Jun 1719, in the 43d year of his age (m. Mary ----; adm. ch. 30 Jun 1717)

  • Mr. William GRIMES, d. 3 Nov 1766, in the 60th year of his age (m. Bethiah who d. 15 Mar 1772)

  • Rev. John HANCOCK, b. 1671, d. 1752 - Rev. Jonas CLARKE, b. 1730, d. 1805. They rest with theirs and a part of their children in the vault below. Sarah CLARKE, b. 10 Nov 1774, d. 20 Jun 1843, ae 69 yrs. Elizabeth CLARKE, b. 24 Jun 1763, d. 22 Apr 1844, ae 80 yrs. (John HANCOCK, b. Dec 1671, Harvard College 1689; minister at Lexington 1689-1752; m. Elizabeth CLARK, dau of Rev. Thomas (1652-1704; Harvard College 1670) & Mary CLARK of Chelmsford. His son Thomas (1703-1774) was the merchant of Boston; built the house for his father, now the Hancock-Clarke house.) Rev. John of Lexington also has a son, Rev. John of Braintree (1702-1744, Harvard College 1719; he m. Mary H., widow of Samuel H. THAXTER of Hingham and had son John, heir to his uncle Thomas, & signer of the Declaration.) Clarianna, dau of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Clarissa HARDY, d. 23 May 1883, ae 4 yrs

  • Mrs. Abigail, wife of Robert HARRINGTON, Esq., d. 15 Aug 1778, in the 58th year of her age (Abigail (MASON) HARRINGTON, dau of Daniel & Experience MASON of Newton; 1st wife of Robert HARRINGTON)

  • Abigail HARRINGTON, dau of Mr. Robert, Jr., & Mrs. Abigail HARRINGTON, d. 7 Sep 1753, ae 3 yrs, 8 mos, 4 dys

  • Mrs. Anna, Relict of Mr. Robert HARRINGTON, d. 26 Oct 1777, in the 86th year of her age (Anna (HARRINGTON) HARRINGTON; dau of Samuel & Grace; m. 1711 Robert HARRINGTON)

  • Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, wife of Capt. Daniel HARRINGTON, d. 26 Oct 1811, ae 71 yrs (Anna (MUNROE) HARRINGTON; dau of Robert & Ann (STONE) MUNROE; b. 30 Oct 1740; m. 1760 Daniel HARRINGTON)

  • Abijah(7) HARRINGTOn 1804-1893 (Nathan(6), Daniel(5), Robert(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2) George(1); b. 3 Sep 1804)

  • Caroline M. HARRINGTON, 1 Oct 1829 - 5 Oct 1888 (Caroline M. HARRINGTON (Nathan, Nathan, Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George), b. 1 Oct 1829)

  • Charles HARRINGTON, son of Mr. Jonathan & Mrs. Abigail HARRINGTON, d. 24 Mar 1761, ae 4 mos, 9 dys (Charles HARRINGTON (Jonathan, Robert, Daniel, George); b. 15 Nov 1760)

  • Clarissa HARRINGTON, d. 16 Feb 1866, ae 76 yrs

  • Capt. Daniel HARRINGTON, d. 27 Sep 1818, ae 79 yrs (Daniel(5) HARRINGTON [Robert(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1)]; m. 1760, Anna MUNROE; clerk of Parker's Company 1775; minuteman at Lexington; prominent man & filled various positions of honor & trust)

  • Dennis HARRINGTON, d. 11 Aug 1810, ae 44 yrs (Dennis HARRINGTON [Levi(6), Daniel(5), Robert(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1)]; d. unmarried)

  • Daniel HARRINGTON, son of Mr. Daniel & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 22 Aug 1767, ae 2 yrs, 10 mos, 4 dys

  • Daniel HARRINGTON, Jr., son of Capt. Daniel & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 26 Jun 1795, ae 27

  • Mr. Daniel HARRINGTON, d. 5 OCt 1826, ae 30 (Daniel(7) HARRINGTON (Daniel(6), Nathan(5), Daniel(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1)]; b. 26 Aug 1769; m. 1824 Hannah JACOBS, she m. (2) --- BROOKS)

  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Nathan HARRINGTON, d. 26 Jun 1835, ae 70

  • Ellen Maria, dau of Nathl. & Clarissa HARRINGTON, 1 Jul 1819 - 4 Feb 1895 (Ellen Maria HARRINGTON (Nathaniel, Levi, Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George)

  • Eusebia HARRINGTON, dau of Mr. Daniel & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 5 Oct 1775, ae 20 mos, 15 days. (Eusebia HARRINGTON, dau of Daniel & Anna (MUNROE); b. 22 Jan 1774)

  • F. M. HARRINGTON, d. 6 Feb 1876, ae 58 yrs, 6 mos (Fra----- M. HARRINGTON, (Nathaniel, Levi, Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George), b. 6 Jun 1817, twice married

  • Mrs. Grace, dau of Mr. Robert & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 9 Apr 1759, in the 29th year of her age (Grace HARRINGTON (Robert, Daniel, George); bapt. 4 Dec 1729; d. unmarried)

  • Mr. Jonathan HARRINGTON, d. 14 Sep 1809, ae 87 yrs, 5 mos. Erected in 1811 by his children. (Jonathan(4) HARRINGTON, b. 21 May 1723 (Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1)]; father of Jonathan, "the last survivor," who was buried in the same tomb; m. 1750 Mrs. Abigail DUNSTER, she d. 1776; (2) Mrs. Lydia MULLIKEN, widow of Nathaniel, d. 1783; selectman, committee of correspondence; his daughter Rebecca m. Edmund MUNROE 1769; parents of Pamela, who m. James BROWN)

  • Levi HARRINGTON, d. 29 Jul 1846, ae 86 yrs (Levi HARRINGTON (Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George); b. 9 Nov 1760; m. 1784, Rebecca, dau of Nathaniel & Lydia MULLIKEN)

  • Mrs. Lydia HARRINGTON, wife of Mr. Nathaniel MULLIKEN, d. 13 Nov 1785, ae 57 yrs. (Lydia (STONE) HARRINGTON, dau of John & Mary (REED) STONE; m. 1751 (1) Nathaniel MULLIKEN, (2) 1777, Jonathan HARRINGTON; her house was burned by the British 1775; she lost at that time 431.)

  • Miss Lydia HARRINGTON, dau of Capt. Daniel & Mrs. Anna HARRINGTON, d. 20 Sep 1803, ae 23 yrs (Lydia(6) HARRINGTON [Daniel(5), Robert(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1)]; bapt. 10 Dec 1780; d. unmarried)

  • Martha I., wife of Nathan HARRINGTON, d. 13 Nov 1852, ae 55 (dau. of Josiah MEAD, m. 1824)

  • Mrs. Mary HARRINGTON, wife of Mr. Abijah HARRINGTON, d. 27 Feb 1822, ae 62 (Mary (RAYMOND) HARRINGTON, m. 1784)

  • More HARRINGTON, youngest son of Mr. Jonathan HARRINGTON, Jr., & Mrs. Sally his wife, d. 16 Sep 1802, ae 15 mos. (More(6) HARRINGTON [Jonathan(5), Jonathan(4), Robert(3), Daniel(2), George(1); b. 23 Jun 1801

  • Nancy HARRINGTON, d. 22 May 1871, ae 83 yrs

  • Mr. Moses HARRINGTON, d. 11 Jan 1787, ae 77 yrs (Moses(4) HARRINGTON (John, John, George); b. 6 Jan 1710; m. Martha -----)

  • Mr. Nathan HARRINGTON, d. 29 Jun 1837, ae 75 (Nathan HARRINGTON (Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George), b. 29 Apr 1782, m. Elizabeth PHELPS)

  • Nathan HARRINGTON, d. 13 Nov 1843, ae 52 (Nathan(7) HARRINGTON (Nathan, Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George); m. Martha I. MEAD; capt. in Lexington artillery

  • Nathaniel HARRINGTON, d. 8 Jun 1839, ae 53 yrs (Nathaniel HARRINGTON (Levi, Daniel, Robert, Robert, Daniel, George); b. 3 Jan 1786; m. 1815 Clarissa MEAD)

  • Rebecca HARRINGTON, d. 7 May 1832, ae 2 yrs

  • Rebecca H., wife of Levi HARRINGTON, d. 5 Sep 1820, ae 59 yrs (dau. of Nathaniel & Lydia MULLIKEN; m. 1784)

  • Mr. Robert HARRINGTON, d. 5 Feb 1774, ae 89 (Robert(3) HARRINGTON (Daniel, George); b. 2 Jul 1686; m. 1711 Anna HARRINGTON of Watertown, dau of Samuel & Grace; blacksmith & settled in Lexington)

  • Robert HARRINGTON, Esq., d. 30 May 1793, ae 74 (Robert(4) HARRINGTON (Robert, Daniel, George), b. 26 Apr 1719; m. (1) Abigail MASON; (2) 1781 Chloe TRASK; filled many offices; known as "Ensign"; selectman for many years, chairman of Board during Revolution; magistrate, representative)

  • Susan, wife of Franklin M. HARRINGTON, d. 20 Feb 1858, ae 38 yrs (Susan (WILEY) HARRINGTON; m. 1847; 1st wife of Franklin M. HARRINGTON)

  • Tryphena HARRINGTON, dau of Capt. Nathan & Mrs. Betsy HARRINGTON, d. 24 Feb 1802, 7 yrs & --- mos

  • William, son of William & Nabby HARRINGTON, d. 26 Feb 1827, ae 11

  • William HERINGTON, son of John & Elizabeth HERINGTON, d. 27 Apr 1717, ae 9 wks, 2 dys. (William HERINGTON (HERRINGTON) (John, John, George); son of Jon & Elizabeth (CUTTER) HARRINGTON)

  • Ellen A. HASTINGS, d. 4 Mar 1866, ae 25 yrs

  • Mrs. Lydia, wife of Maj. Samuel HASTINGS, d. 5 Apr 1829, ae 71 (dau of Thomas & Lydia (SCOTT) NELSON of Lincoln; m. 1778)

  • Isaac HASTINGS, Esq., "One of the Patroits who resisted the British forces on Lexington Common 19 Apr 1775", d. 2 Jul 1830, ae 75 yrs. Sarah, his wife, d. 14 Mar 1833, ae 74 yrs (Isaac HASTINGS (Samuel, Samuel, John, Thomas); b. in Lexington 26 Dec 1755; m. 1781 Sarah (b. 9 Dec 1761), dau of Phinehas & Mary (WELLINGTON) STEARNS; deacon & leading member of the church 1808; minuteman 1775 & at the capture of Burgoyne; his daughter was Maria, wife of of William H. CARY)

  • Leonard HASTINGS, son of Isaac, Esq., & Mrs. Sarah HASTINGS, d. 10 Nov 1802, ae 8 yrs, 2 mos, 4 dys

  • Mrs. Lydia HASTINGS, wife of Mr. Samuel HASTINGS, d. 10 Nov 1802, ae 70 yrs (dau of Daniel & Hepzibah (REED) TIDD; m. 1755 Samuel HASTINGS)

  • Maj. Samuel HASTINGS, a Revolutionary soldier, d. 8 Jan 1834, ae 76 yrs.

  • Lydia NELSON, his wife, d. 5 Apr 1829, ae 71 yrs

  • Lydia HASTINGS, their dau., d. 23 Jun 1823, ae 43 yrs

  • Samuel HASTINGS, their son, d. Sep 1798, ae 17 yrs

  • Samuel 2d HASTINGS, their son, d. 2 Oct 1802, ae 3 yrs

  • Dorcas HASTINGS, their dau., d. 6 Aug 1857, ae 72 yrs (Dorcas(6) (HASTINGS) MARRETT (Samuel, Samuel, Samuel, John, Thomas); b. 27 Jun 1786; m. 1810 Rev. Daniel MARRETT of Standish, Maine)

  • Jonathan HASTINGS, their son, d. 14 Aug 1865, ae 78 yrs

  • Thomas HASTINGS, their son, d. 14 Aug 1865, ae 78 yrs (Thomas HASTINGS, b. 27 May 1787, m. (1) Mary ROBBINS; (2) Marth LIVERMORE; a trader in East Cambridge where he d. 1865)

  • Mary HASTINGS, their daughter (no dates)

  • Oliver HASTINGS, their son, (no dates)

  • Hepzibah HASTINGS, their daughter (no dates) (m. 1813 Peter WELLINGTON; b. 24 May 1793

  • Harriet HASTINGS, their daughter, d. 22 Jul 1876, ae 81 yrs (b. 12 Jul 1795; m. 1819 Elias SMITH)

  • James HASTINGS, their son, d. 22 May 1869, ae 71 yrs (b. 5 Oct 1797; m. 1821 Sally MEAD of Lexington; moved to Brattleboro and returned to Lexington)

  • Mr. Samuel HASTINGS, d. 7 Feb 1820, ae 99 yrs (Samuel(4) (Samuel, John, Thomas); b. 30 Mar 1731; m. 1755 Lydia TIDD, who d. 1802; settled in the southwest part of Lexington; minuteman 1775; with army at Cambridge)

  • Major Samuel HASTINGS, d. 8 Jan 1834, ae 76 (Samuel(5) (Samuel, Samuel, John, Thomas); b. 11 Jul 1757; m. 1778 Lydia NELSON of Lincoln, dau of Thomas & Lydia (SCOTT) NELSON)

  • Sarah M. HASTINGS, b. 3 Oct 1829, d. 22 Jun 1842 (dau of Samuel & Lydia (NELSON) HASTINGS)

  • John S., son of Samuel & Mary Ann HOLMES, d. 2 Jan 1852, ae 22 (Grandson of John SMILES)

  • Mr. John HUSE, d. 15 Dec 1721, ae 68 yrs

  • Mrs. Ruby HUSE, wife of Mr. John HUSE, d. 12 Jan 1720, ae 70

  • Mary, wife of Hamilton HUTCHINS, Esq., of Concord, N.H., d. 1 Dec 1843, ae 27 yrs

  • Baby - Ralph P. HYLAND, d. 28 Jul 1890, ae 3 mos, 22 dys

  • Mrs. Lydia INGRAHAM, wife of Capt. Nehemiah I. INGRAHAM, d. 9 Jun 1823, ae 43

  • Elinor E., dau of Mr. John & Mrs. Emily JOHNSON, d. 3 Mar 1829, ae 1 yr, 10 mos, 13 dys

  • Philenia, wife of David JOHNSON, d. 7 Dec 1870, ae 88 yrs, 7 mos (dau of John MUNROE, m. 2 Feb 1804)

  • David JOHNSON, d. 27 Oct 1860, ae 83 yrs, 6 mos

  • Elizabeth KRR, dau of Mr. John & Mrs. Eliz'h KRR, d. 4 Feb 1753, in the 17th year of her age

  • Herbert S. LAWRENCE, d. 1 Aug 1856, ae 33 yrs, 7 mos

  • Mrs. Anna LAWRENCE, wife of Mr. John LAWRENCE, d. 19 Dec 1732, in the 63rd year of her age (Anna (TARBELL) LAWRENCE, m. in Groton 1687 John LAWRENCE; adm. ch. 1699)

  • Miss Anna LAWRENCE, d. 4 Apr 1845, ae 84 (Anna(6) LAWRENCE (Bezaleel, Jonathan, John, Nathaniel, John), b. 17 May 1761)

  • Benjamin LAWRENCE, wife of Mr. Jonathan & Mrs. Elizabeth LAWRENCE, d. 19 Jun 1753, ae 2 yrs, 9 mos (Benjamin(5) LAWRENCE (Jonathan, John, Nathaniel, John); b. 13 Sep 1750; d. 1753)

  • Anna LAWRENCE, dau of Mr. Jonathan & Mrs. Elizabeth LAWRENCE, d. 18 Jul 1753, ae 7 yrs, 9 mos. (b. 19 Mar 1746)

  • Miss Bethiah LAWRENCE, dau of Mr. Bazaleel & Mrs. Sarah LAWRENCE, d. 19 Aug 1801, in the 34th year of her age (b. 25 Sep 1767)

  • Mr. Bezaleel LAWRENCE, d. 6 Feb 1797, in the 61st year of his age (Bezaleel(5) LAWRENCE (Jonathan, John, Nathaniel, John); b. 13 Apr 1736; m. 1758 Sarah MUZZY)

  • Mrs. Elisabeth LAWRENCE, relict of Mr. Jonathan LAWRENCE, d. 4 Jul 1790, ae 83 yrs (Elizabeth (SWAIN) LAWRENCE; m. 1727)

  • Isaac W. LAWRENCE, d. 18 Nov 1843, ae 47 yrs (Isaac W. LAWRENCE (Phinehas, George); b. in Watertown 30 Jan 1797; m. Mary PARKER

  • Mary P., wife of Isaac W. LAWRENCE, 26 Dec 1794 - 30 Nov 1881

  • Mr. John LAWRENCE, d. 12 Mar 1746/7, ae 79 yrs, 7 mos, 11 dys (John LAWRENCE (Nathaniel, John); b. 29 Jul 1667; m. 1687 Anna TARBELL of Groton; blacksmith & farmer; removed to Cambridge Farms, 1699; assessor, constable, selectman)

  • Mr. Jonathan LAWRENCE, d. 19 Mar 1773, in the 68th year of his age (Jonathan LAWRENCE (John, Nathaniel, John); bapt. 24 Feb 1706; m. 1727 Elizabeth SWAIN of Lexington; settled first in Sudbury; afterward in Framingham; returned in 1740; held many offices)

  • Deacon Nathaniel LAWRENCE, formerly of Groton, d. at Lexington, 14 Apr 1724, in the 85th year of his age (son of John, b. 15 Oct 1639 at Groton; Lexington 1701; m. 1661 Sarah, dau of John & Hannah MORSE of Dedham, (2) Hannah; deacon, representative)

  • Mrs. Sarah LAWRENCE, wife of Mr. Bezaleel LAWRENCE, d. 4 Feb 1819, ae 81 (dau of Amos & Esther (GREEN) MUZZY, b. 30 Mar 1737)

  • Theodore M. LAWRENCE, d. 18 Jan 1888, ae 51 yrs, 13 dys

  • Harriet A. LAMPEE (see John AUGUSTUS (tomb))

  • Mrs. Hephzibah LeBARON, d. 14 Nov 1845, ae 80 yrs, 4 mso

  • Col. Joseph F., LeBARON, d. 16 May 1885, ae 82 yrs, 1 mo, 9 dys

  • Louisa S., dau of Mr. Joseph F. & Mrs Phebe L. LaBARON, d. 25 Aug 1840, ae 10 mos

  • Phebe L., wife of Col. Joseph LeBARON, d. 16 Apr 1862, ae 56 yrs, 9 mos

  • Sherebiah LIBBY, son of Sherbiah & Elizabeth LIBBY, d. 29 Aug 1709, ae 16 yrs, 7 mos, 24 dys

  • Mr. Benjamin LOCK, 2d, d. 19 Oct 1829, ae 61 (Benjamin(5) LOCK (Amos, Joseph, Joseph, William); m. (1) 1808 Betsey LAWRENCE; (2) Sally MARRETT; Hudson gives him Benjamin Amos)

  • Mrs. Betsey, wife of Mr. Benjamin LOCK, d. 16 Mar 1823, ae 48 (Betsey (LAWRENCE) LOCKE; m. Benjamin Amos LOCKE 1808 as his 1st wife)

  • James Adna LOCKE, son of James LOCKE, d. 5 Apr 1817, ae 2 yrs, 7 mos (James(6) Adna LOCKE (James, Amos, Joseph, Joseph, William); b. 18 Sep 1814

  • Mrs. Jemina LOCK, relict of Mr. William LOCK, d. 16 Nov 1782, in the 90th year of her age

  • Mrs. Jerusha, wife of Mr. Reuben LOCKE, d. 15 Nov 1833, ae 89 (dau of Reuben & Esther (WYMAN) RICHARDSON)

  • Louisa M., wife of Lewis LOCKE, d. 19 Dec 1843, ae 28 yrs

  • Miss Mehitable LOCKE, d. 3 Oct 1841, ae 67 (Mehitable LOCKE (Reuben, Stephen, Joseph, William); b. 27 Mar 1775, d. unmarried)

  • Mary LOCK, wife of William LOCK, d. 21 Feb 1710, ae 21 yrs, 1 mo, 16 dys. Also a son b. 11 Mar 1709 buried by her & a daughter buried with her.

  • Mr. Reuben LOCKE, d. 28 Jan 1823, ae 75 (Reuben LOCKE (Stephen, Joseph, William); b. 16 Mar 1749; m. Jerusha RICHARDSON)

  • Ruth LOCK, wife of Samuel LOCK, d. 17 Dec 1714, in the 37 year of her age

  • Mr. Thomas LOCKE, d. suddenly 21 Feb 1792, in the 70th year of his age (Thomas LOCKE (William, William, William); b. 27 Oct 1722; carpenter; Revolutionary soldier; m. 1751 Rebecca, dau of John LAWRENCE of Woburn; his widow m. (2) 1795 Noah EATON)

  • Mrs. Sally LOCKE, d. 4 Sep 1863, ae 73 yrs, 11 mos (Sally (MARRETT) LOCKE; b. 1 Oct 1780; m. 1823 (as 2nd wife) Benjamin A. LOCKE)

  • Mr. William LOCKE, d. 26 Jan 1767, in the 83d year of his age (William LOCKE (William, William); b. 28 Jun 1684; m. (1) Mary ----; (2) Jemima, dau of Philip RUSSELL; lived in 2d precinct of Woburn; incorporated as Burlington 1799; but part of his farm was annexed to Lexington; adm. ch. 1716

  • Lt. Thomas LOCKE, a Soldier of the Revolution, d. 19 Feb 1831, ae 78 yrs. Also, his wife, Abigail GOWEN, d. 21 Mar 1850, ae 91 yrs

  • John LORING, son of Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Lydia LORING, d. 18 Dec 1717, ae 4 mos, 7 dys (John, LORING (Joseph, Joseph, Thomas); bapt. 17 Aug 1717)

  • Deacon Joseph LORING, d. 4 Jul 1746, in the 63 year of his age (Joseph LORING (Joseph, Thomas); b. 29 Sep 1684; m. Lydia (b. 17 May 1685) dau of David FISKE of Cambridge Farms; probably came from Hingham abt. 1706; bouth 90 acres of land of John POULTER; one of the subscribers for purchase of Common 1711; adm. ch. 1708; Deacon 1743; constable 1714; treasurer 1725-6)

  • Dea. Joseph LORING, d. 13 Sep 1787, ae 74 yrs. Served as Deacon of the Church of Christ in Lexington 31 yrs. (Joseph (4) LORING (Joseph, Joseph, Thomas); bapt. 21 Aug 1713; m. 1736 Kezia GOVE; Deacon 1756; his house opposite the Town Hall was destroyed by the British 1775; damage 720)

  • Mrs. Kezia LORING, Relict of Dea. Jospeh LORING, d. 16 Sep 1789, ae 75 yrs. (Kezia (GOVE) LORING; m. 1736 Joseph LORING, he d. 13 Sep 1787)

  • Mr. Aamos MARRETT d. 28 Mar 1805, ae 66 yrs (Amos(5) MARRETT (Amos, Edward, John, Thomas); b. 4 Feb 1738; m. 1760 Abigail TIDD of Lexington, dau of Daniel & Hepzibah (REED); probably lived in Cambridge 5 or 6 yrs after marraige; adm. ch. from Cambridge 1771; in Parker's company 1775 and in the Jerseys 3 months in 1776)

  • Two sons & daughter of Mr. Amos & Mrs. Abigail MARRETT: Mr. John MARRETT d. 17 Dec 1797, in the 23d year of his age; Miss Betty MARRETT d. 3 Nov 1797, in the 24th year of her age; Mr. Thomas MARRETT, student at Harvard College, d. 6 Jul 1798, in the 21st year of his age

  • Mr. Amos MARRETT d. 10 Nov 1824, ae 61 (Amos(6) MARRETT, Jr., (Amos, Amos, Edward, John, Thomas); m. 28 Dec 1786, Martha or Patty REED)

  • Abigail MARRETT d. 6 Apr 1854, ae 58 yrs, 7 mos

  • John MARRETT d. 9 Aug 1858, ae 55 yrs (John MARRETT (Amos, Amos, Amos, Edward, John, Thomas); b. 17 Oct 1803, d. unmarried)

  • Martha, wife of Amos MARRETT, d. 16 Oct 1849, ae 85 (Martha (REED) MARRETT, dau of Hammond & Betty (SIMONDS) REED, b. 5 Dec 1765, m. 1786 Amos MARRETT)

  • Mary Louis MARRETT, d. 20 Nov 1851, ae 18

  • Mrs. Ruth MARRETT, dau of Mr. Amos & Mrs. Mary MARRETT, of Cambridge, d. 2 May 1766, ae 31 yrs (Ruth MARRETT (Amos, Edward, John, Thomas); b. 30 Apr 1739; d. in Newton, unmarried)

  • Samuel MASON, son of Col. David & Mrs. Hannh MASON, d. 3 Aug 1776 in the 16th year of his age

  • Franklin MEAD, dau of Mr. Josiah & Mrs. Sally MEAD, d. 2 Oct 1805, ae 2 yrs, 2 mos

  • Mr. Hopstill MEAD d. 9 Aug 1750, in the 69 year of his age (son of David, m. 1707, Elizabeth HASTINGS; prob. lived in the limits of Waltham; adm. ch. in Lexington 1742)

  • Mrs. Sarah MEED, wife of Mr. Israel MEED, d. 22 Jun 1745, in the 37th year of her age

  • Mr. Josiah MEED, d. 5 Jul 1829, in his 67 yr (Josiah MEED (Matthew, David, David); b. 18 Oct 1781; m. 12 May 1789 Sally, dau of Joseph & Sarah (BALDWIN) LOCKE; she was b. 27 May 1766

  • Mrs. Sally, wife of Mr. Josiah MEAD, d. 2 Sep 1839, ae 73

  • Mrs. Abigail MERIAM, wife of Mr. Robert MERIAM, d. 6 Jun 1717, ae abt. 42 yrs (Abigail MERIAM, wife of Robert (Joseph, Joseph); adm. ch. 1698)

  • Benjamin MERIAM, Jr., b. 8 Jun 1737, d. 1 Feb 1806 (Benjamin MERIAM, Jr., (Benjamin, John, Joseph, Joseph); b. 8 Jun 1737; d. in Pelham 1 Feb 1806. m. Ginger PORTER, she was b. abt. 1741)

  • Ginger Porter MERIAM, b. 1741, d. 7 Mar 1817

  • Emelina MERIAM d. 24 Mar 1869, ae 68 yrs

  • Mr. David MERIAM, son of Mr. Thomas MERIAM, d. 15 Dec 1743, in the 33d year of his age

  • Eliza MERIAM, d. 17 Feb 1868, ae 75 yrs

  • Mr. Isaac MERIAM, son of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Mary MERIAM, d. 19 Apr 1741, in the 27 year of his age

  • Deacon John MERIAM d. 21 May 1727 in the 65th year of his age (John MERIAM (Joseph, Joseph); m. 1688, Mary WHEELER of Concord; subscriber to the meeting-house 1692; adm. ch. 1696; Deacon; one of the most prominent men of the parish & town; lived in the southwest part of town)

  • John P. MERIAM, d. 25 Jun 1859, ae 68 (John Parkhurst MERIAM (Rufus, Benjamin, Benjamin, John, Joseph, Joseph); was colonel in militia; d. unmarried

  • Jonathan MERRIAM, son of Mr. Robert & Mrs. Abigail MERIAM, d. 20 Feb 1738/9 in the 34th year of his age (Jonathan MERIAM (Robert, Joseph, Joseph); b. 25 Jul 1705)

  • Ensign Joseph MERIAM, d. 14 Nov 1847, in the 49th year of his age (Joseph MERIAM (Robert, Joseph, Joseph); b. 13 May 1797; m. 1718 Mary BRUCE of Weston; adm. ch. 1719; constable & tythingman)

  • Lydia MERIAM d. 29 Dec 1690, ae 32 yrs (Lydia MERIAM (Joseph, Joseph); b. 3 Aug 1656; d. unmarried)

  • Martha MERIAM d. 8 Jun 1863, ae 75 yrs

  • Martha, wife of Rufus MERIAM, d. 8 May 1849, ae 83 (dau of Joshua & Martha (BOWERS) SIMONDS; b. 1 Oct 1766; m. 1785

  • Widow Mary MERIAM, Relict of Deacon John MERIAM, d. 26 Dec 1747, in the 75th year of her age (Mary (WHEELER) MERIAM , of Concord)

  • Mrs. Mary MERIAM, wife of Mr. Thomas MERIAM, d. 29 Sep 1756, in the 81 year of her age

  • Mary MERIAM, 1798-1890

  • Mr. Robert MERIAM, d. 20 Feb 1717, ae abt. 50 yrs (Robert MERRIAM (Joseph, Joseph); b. 17 Dec 1667, m. Abigail; subscriber to the church in 1692; probably not a permanent resident; assessor 1700; subscriber for purchase of Common)

  • Robert MERIAM, son of Robert & Abigail MERIAM, d. 30 Jun 1713, ae 10 yrs

  • Robert MERIAM, son of Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Mary MERIAM, d. 11 Jun 1749, in the 4th year of his age

  • Rufus MERIAM d. 7 May 1847, ae 85 (Rufus MERIAM (Benjamin, Benjamin, John, Joseph, Joseph); m. Martha SIMONDS; first postmaster of Lexington & kept public house for a long series of years)

  • Rufus MERIAM d. 31 Dec 1868, ae 79 (Rufus MERIAM (Rufus, Benjamin, Benjamin, John, Joseph, Joseph); b. 11 Sep 1789

  • Mrs. Ruth MERIAM, dau of Dea. John & Mrs. Mary MERIAM, d. 22 Apr 1749, in the 51 year of her age

  • Sarah MERIAM, wife of Joseph MERIAM, d. 5 Apr 1704, ae 71 (dau of Deacon Gregory STONE; m. 1653 Joseph MERIAM (Joseph); he d. 1677; his gravestone is oldest in Concord)

  • Sarah, dau of Robert & Abigail MERIAM, d. 8 Jul 1713, ae 3 yrs (Sarah MERIAM (Robert, Joseph, Joseph)

  • Simon MERIAM, son of Thom's & Mrs. Mary MERIAM, d. 8 Feb 1747, in the 39th year of his age

  • Mr. Thomas MERIAM, d. 15 Aug 1738, in the 66th year of his age (Thomas MERIAM (Joseph, Joseph); m. Mary HAYWOOD of Concord; one of the original members of church in Lexington formed in 1696; constable, selectman; lived in southwest part of town; she d. 29 Sep 1756. Simon, David & Thomas were their sons)

  • Mr. William MERIAM, d. 21 Jun 1735, ae 22 yrs, 9 mos (William MERIAM (John, Joseph, Joseph); b. Sep 1712

  • Erected by Eliza Farwell HOWES to the memory of her father William MERIMAN, d. 25 Jan 1830, ae 46 yrs; Also three uncles: Benjamin HMERIAM, d. 22 Mar 1812, a 53 yrs; George MERIAM, d. 16 Feb 1839, ae 68 yrs, Nathaniel MERIAM, d. 16 Jul 1847, ae 68 yrs. (Meriam - four brothers, William, Benjamin, George & Nathan (Benjamin, Benjamin, William, Joseph, Joseph). William a trader in Cambridgeport, b. bt. 1784. Benjamin b. 23 Mar 1764. George b. in Boston 7 May 1771; went to Kentucky, then to Nachez, Miss., where he died. Nathan, b. 3 Oct 1780; went ot Louisiana; became sheriff, Judge & President of Senate)

  • Miss Philenia MIXER, d. 23 Dec 1834, ae 27

  • Mr. Charles MOOR, son of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Mary MOOR, d. 12 FNvo 1757, in the 23d year of his age

  • Isaac MOOR, son of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Mary MOOR, d. 12 Apr 1752 in the 14th year of his age

  • Mrs. Mary MOORE, wife of Mr. Thomas MOOR, d. 11 Nov 1782, in the 84th year of her age

  • Mr. Thomas MOORE, d. 17 Jul 1767, in the 68th year of his age (Thomas MOORE; m. Mary; appeared before church 1724)

  • Octavia, wife of Wm. R. MORSE, b. 16 Jul 1840, d. 15 Nov 1875

  • Charles, son of Mr. John, Jr. & Susanna MULLIKEN, d. 8 Dec 1821, ae 5 yrs, 2 mos

  • Elizabeth, dau of Capt. Isaac & Mary MULLIKEN, d. 6 Nov 1820, ae 1 yr, 7 mos

  • Elizabeth R., dau of Mr. John, Jr., & Mrs. Susanna MULLIKEN, d. 18 Aug 1825, ae 1 yr, 9 mos

  • Miss Faustina MULLIKIN, dau of John, Esq., & Mrs. Lydia MULLIKEN, d. 25 Apr 1815, ae 22 (b. 30 Apr 1793)

  • John MULLIKEN, Esq., d. 9 Mar 1840, ae 85 (John MULLIKEN (Nathaniel, Benjamin); m. Lydia, dau of Thomas WHITING of Concord; adm. ch. 1787; selectman, town clerk, treasurer & magistrate)

  • Miss Lucy MULLIKEN, dau of John, Esq., & Mrs. Lydia MULLIKEN, d. 6 Jul 1805, ae 20 (b. 30 Mar 1785; d. unmarried)

  • Mrs. Lydia MULLIKEN, wife of John MULLIKEN, Esq., d. 15 Nov 1825, ae 58 (Lydia (BEMIS) MULLIKEN fo Weston, dau of John & Hannah; m. 1762 John MULLIKEN

  • Miss Lydia MULLIKEN, dau of John, Esq., & Lydia MULLIKEN, d. 14 Oct 1811, ae 24

  • Mr. Nathaniel MULLIKEN, d. 23 Nov 1767, in the 45th year of his age (son of Benjamin, b. 1722; m. 1751 Lydia, dau of John & Mary (REED) STONE; came to Lexington about time of marriage; tythingman; she m. (2) Jona HARRINGTON & d. 1783)

  • Mr. NATHANAEL MULLIKEN, son of Mr. Nathaniel & Mrs. Lydia MULLIKEN, d. 6 Feb 1776, in the 24th year of his age (Nathaniel MULLIKEN (Nathaniel, Benjamin); b. 30 Mar 1752; d. unmarried)

  • Amos MONRO, son of William & Mrs. Rebecca MUNRO, d. 5 Jul 1765, ae 19 yrs (MUNRO: This name appears as MUNRO, MUNROE, MONRO, MUNROW. The name of the clan in Scotland, from which all members of the family are derived, through George, 10th Baron of Fowlis, is given as MUNRO; & Sir Hector MUNRO, the lineal descendant, 29th Baron & 11th Baronet, adopts this spelling. All epitaphs of the family are catalogued as MUNRO. Hugh, 3rd son of Geroge, 10th Baron of Fowlis, married Eva, dau of Maclean II of Urquhart, chief of the clan THERLAICH. Wiliam, son of Robert of Aldre, was taken prisoner at the battle of Worchester and banished, with three other MUNROs, to the plantations of New England)

  • Mrs. Anna MUNRO, wife of Capt. William MUNRO, d. 2 Jan 1781, in the 30th year of her age (dau of Benjamin & Anna (PARKER) SMITH; b. 21 Mar 1743; 1st wife of Wm. MUNRO)

  • Mr. Daniel MUNROE, d. 1 Feb 1734 in the 57th year of his age (Daniel MUNROE (William); adm. ch. 1728; m. Dority ---)

  • Harriot, dau of John & Charlotte MUNROE, d. 2 Feb 1835, ae 19 yrs

  • Mr. David MUNROE d. 13 Jun 1764 in the 55th year of his age (David MUNROE (William, William); m. 1733 Abigail, dau of Benjamin & Lydia (BROWN) WELLINGTON; in Capt BLODGETT's company at Fort William Henry 1757; corporal French War, 1760)

  • Mr. Ebanezer MUNROE, d. 21 Aug 1826, ae 82 (Ebenezer MUNROE (Robert, George, William); m. 1771, Martha, dau of Benjamin & Anna (PARKER) SMITH; at Battle of Lexington in 1775 & in Jerseys 1776)

  • Ebenezer MUNROE, Jr., son of Mr. Ebenezer & Mrs. Martha MUNROE, d. 6 Jun 1798, ae 21 yrs, 4 mos (Ebenezer MUNROE, Jr. (Ebenezer, Robert, George, William); b. 22 Feb 1777)

  • Mrs. Elizabeth MUNROO, wife of Mr. William MUNROO & formerly wife of Mr. Edward WYER of Charlestown, d. 14 Dec 1715, ae 79 yrs (Elizabeth (WYER) MUNRO, 3rd wife of Wm. MUNRO)

  • Miss Elizabeth MONRO, dau of Mr. Marrett & Mrs. Deliverance MONRO, d. 28 Apr 1759, in the 20th year of her age

  • Mr. Enoch MUNROE, d. 18 May 1814, ae 26 yrs (b. 9 Sep 1787, d. in Boston)

  • Mr. George MUNROE, d. 17 Jan 1746/7, ae 73 yrs (George MUNROE (William); m. Sarah, called "Sergeant George")

  • George Otis, son of Otis & Sophia MUNROE, d. 15 Aug 1837, ae 16 mos

  • Mr. John MUNRO d. 27 Apr 1768 in the 32d year of his age - Footstone: Lt. John MUNROE

  • Hannah MUNROO, wife of John MUNROO, d. 14 Apr 1716, ae 42 yrs, 4 mos, 19 dys

  • Mr. John MONROE, d. 3 Apr 1831, ae 82 (John MUNROE (Robert, George, William); b. 15 Jun 1748; m. Rebecca WELLINGTON; minuteman 1775; lived on Woburn Street)

  • John MUNROE, d. 17 Feb 1865, ae 79 yrs 10 mos; Charlotte, his wife, d. 13 Feb 1872, ae 78 yrs, 5 mos

  • Children of John & Charlotte MUNROW: Harriet, d. 2 Feb 1835, ae 19 yrs. Jonas, d. 15 Aug 1843, ae 24 yrs. Oliver, d. 4 May 1857, ae 31 yrs.

  • John H. MUNROE, d. 15 Jul 1874, ae 61 yrs

  • Mary E., wife of John H. MUNROE, d. 21 May 1844, ae 31 yrs

  • Jane, wife of John H. MUNROW, d. 13 Sep 1854, ae 30 yrs

  • FATHER; MOTHER; OLIVER; JOHN H.; JANE H.; MARY E.

  • Lt. Jonas MUNRO, d. 7 Nov 1765, in the 58th year of his age (bapt. 22 Nov 1707; m. (1) 1734 Joanna, dau of Joseph & Margret (REED) LOCKE; (2) 1750, Rebecca WATTS of Chelsea)

  • Jonas MUNROE d. 15 Aug 1843, ae 25 (Jonas MUNROE (John, Ebenezer, Robert, George, William); b. 10 Sep 1819)

  • Jonathan MUNROE, d. 20 Aug 1724, in the 26th year of his age (Jonathan MUNROE (John, William); bapt. 12 Mar 1699)

  • Mrs. Martha MUNROE d. 14 Oct 1834, ae 89 yrs, 6 mos (Martha MUNROE (Benjamin, Thomas, Thomas, John); b. 19 Apr 1745, m. Ebenezer MUNROE)

  • Mary MUNROO, wife of William, MUNROO, d. Aug 1692, ae 41 yrs (m. abt. 1672, had 9 children)

  • Mary MUNROE, wife of William MUNROE, d. 26 Jun 1713, ae 33 yrs, 3 mos

  • Pamelia MUNRO, dau of Lt. Edmund & Mrs. Rebeckah MUNRO, d. 29 Sep 1770, ae 1 yr, 2 mos (b. 17 Sep 1769, mother was Rebecca (HARRINGTON))

  • Mrs. Rebeckah MUNRO, dau of Mr. William & Mrs. Rebeckah MUNRO, d. 6 Sep 1767 in the 26 year of her age (Rebecca (William, George, William); b. 12 Jan 1712; d. unmarried)

  • Rebeckah, wife of John MONROE, d. 6 Feb 1838 (dau of Thomas & Margaret WELLINGTON of Waltham)

  • Mrs. Sarah MUNROE, widow of Mr. George MUNROE, d. 4 Dec 1752, in the 75th year of her age

  • Tomb No. 2 Erected by Col. William MUNRO, 1811

  • Mr. William MUNROE, d. 27 Jan 1717/18, ae abt. 92 yrs (William MUNROE, the immigrant; b. in Scotland abt. 1625)

  • Mr. william MUNRO, d. 2 Jan 1759, in the 92nd year of his age (William Munroe (William); b. 10 Oct 1669; m. (1) Mary, dau of Thomas CUTLER; (2) Johannah, dau of Philip & Johanna RUSSELL; called "Ensign Roe"; constable, assessor; selectman. His wife, Mary (CUTLER) MUNROE, had seven children.)

  • Mr. William MUNROE, d. 18 Aug 1747, in the 44th year of his age. He was the first buried in this Burying Place. ( William MUNROE (William, William); m. Sarah, dau of John & Elizabeth (SPRING) MASON)

  • Mr. William MUNRO, d. 10 Jul 1778, ae 79 yrs (William MUNRO (George, William); b. 6 Jan 1700; m. 1736 REbecca, dau of James & Sarah (CUTTER) LOCKE; killed by a cart falling on him.)

  • Mr. Amos MUZZY, d. 26 Jun 1752 in the 53 year of his age (Amos MUZZY (Benjamin, Benjamin); m. 1743, Esther, dau of Samuel & Esther GREEN; had large property)

  • Miss Esther MUZZY, dau of Mr. Amos MUZZY, d. 9 Oct 1789, in the 53rd year of her age

  • MUZZY Tomb
    • Mrs. Abigail MUZZY, wife of Mr. Amos MUZZY, d. 15 Mar 1803, ae 58 (Abigail (BOWERS) MUZZY; 1st wife of Amos MUZZY, m. 1764) Mrs. Abigail MUZZY, 2nd wife of Mr. Amos MUZZY, d. 18 Feb 1814 (Abigail, widow of Capt. Joseph SMITH; 2d wife of Amos MUZZY)

    • The N. west corner of tomb is reserved for Mr. Amos MUZZY & Wives and no other corpse to be laid there.

    • Mr. Amos MUZZY, d. 10 Dec 1822, ae 83 (Amos MUZZY (Amos, Benjamin, Benjamin); b. 24 May 1741; m. (1) Abigail BOWERS, (2) Abigail SMITH

    • John PARKHURST, b. in Chelmsford, 1741; d. at Lexington, 9 Jul 1812, ae 77; Also Elizabeth PARKHURST, his wife, b. at Billerica 15 Mar 1739; d. at Lexington, 15 Ju 1822 (Amos MUZZY Tomb -- John Parkhurst prob. from Joseph PARKHURST of Chelmsford; was in campaign of White Plains 1766; m. 1763, Elizabeth BOWERS of Billerica)


  • Mr. Benjamin MUZZY, d. 5 May 1739, in the 76th year of his age

  • Mr. Benjamin MUZZY, d. 19 Jan 1764, in the 84th year of his age (Benjamin(3) MUZZY (Benjamin, Benjamin))

  • Mrs. Patience MUZZY, wife of Mr. Benjamin MUZZY, d. 7 Oct 1767 in the 80th year of her age

  • Elizabeth READ, widow of Ebenezer MUZZY, d. 12 Mar 1846, ae 91 yrs, 6 mos (dau of Joshua & Susannah READ)

  • Mr. Ebenezer MUZZY, d. 29 Mar 1804, ae 55 (Ebenezer MUZZY (John, Benjamin, Benjamin, Benjamin); m. 1714 Betty REED; began life in Lexington; removed to Rindge N.H.; returned to Lexington)

  • Mrs. Elizabeth MUZZY, wife of Mr. John MUZZY, d. 21 Feb 1722, ae 33 yrs, 2 mos

  • Mr. Isaac MUZZY, d. 1 Aug 1842, ae 67 (Isaac(6) MUZZY (Ebenezer, John, Benjamin, Benjamin, Benjamin); b. 5 Apr 1775; m. Mary BOUTELLE of Malden)

  • Mr. John MUZZY, d. 29 Jan 1824, ae 70, of the small pox

  • Mrs. Mary MUZZY, wife of Mr. John MUZZY, d. 9 Mar 1758, in the 66th year of her age

  • Mary, widow of Mr. Isaac MUZZY, d. Aug 1849, ae 71

  • Mr. John MUZZY, d. 29 Mar 1768, in the 83d year of his age (John(3) MUZZY (Benjamin, Benjamin); b. 1685; m. 3 times)

  • Mr. John MUZZEY, b. 22 Jun 1780, d. 4 Dec 1843 (John(6) MUZZEY (John, John, Benjamin, Benjamin, Benjamin); m. 1811 Rebecca, dau of Seth & Mary (FEARING) LINCOLN of Hingham)

  • Mr. Rebecca MUZZY, wife of Mr. John MUZZY, d. 12 Jul 1731, ae 49 yrs

  • Mrs. Rebeccah, wife of Mr. John MUZZY, d. 14 Jan 1839, ae 35

  • Jonas M. MUZZEY, d. 10 Dec 1846, ae 64

  • Mrs. Rebeckah MUZZY, wife of Mr. John MUZZY, d. 22 Jan 1771 in the 47th year of her age (Rebeckah (INGHAM) MUZZY, m. (2) John(3) MUZZY (Benjamin, Benjamin))

  • Mr. Thaddeus MUZZY, drowned in Boston Harbor, 16 Jun 1815, ae 31 (Thaddeus MUZZY (Ebenezer, John, Benjamin, Benjamin, Benjamin); m. Mrs. Mary PATCH of Boston, where they lived)

  • Mrs. Mary MUZZY, Relict of Mr. Thaddeus MUZZY, d. in Boston, 7 Dec 1816, ae 32

  • Thomas B. MUZZY, d. 28 Nov 1840, ae 33

  • William's grave (MUZZEY) [no dates]

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