INSCRIPTIONS ON THE GRAVESTONES
IN THE GRAVE YARDS OF NORTHAMPTON,
AND OF OTHER TOWNS IN THE VALLEY OF THE CONNECTICUT
AS SPRINGFIELD, AMHERST, HADLEY, HATFIELD, DEERFIELD, &C
TRANSCRIBED BY THOMAS BRIDGMAN, 1850

[Transcribed by Jane Devlin]




[Transcriber's note:-- names, dates & genealogical data have been extracted from the stones. Extraneous text such as "In Memory Of", &c have been omitted. -- jd]

EPITAPHS - NORTHAMPTON
  • CAP E G 8y
    D M 8
    1683 or 1685
    [It is suppoed to have been Capt. E. GRAY (or Elisha GRAVES) d. 8 May 1683 or 1685. Oldest monument in the Old Burying Ground.]
  • Thomas HOSMER, d. 12 Apr 1687, ae 83 yrs
  • Lt. William CLARK, d. 19 Jul 1690, ae 81 yrs
  • C. H. d. Jul 1690, ae 17 yrs
  • T. H.
  • Lt. John LIMAN, d. 20 Aug 1690, ae 66 yrs
  • Major Aaron COOK, d. 5 Sep 1690, ae 80 (89?) yrs
  • I. K.
  • Joseph LIMAN, son of John LIMAN, d. 18 Feb 1691, ae 21 yrs
  • Mr. Henry BURT, d. 26 Sep 1735, ae 75 yrs
  • Deacon Jonathan HUNT, d. 29 Sep 1691, ae 51 yrs
  • Moses LYMON d. 28 Feb 1701, in the 38 year of his age
  • Experance Parsons daughter of E. B. & H. A. WRIGHT, d. 5 Jun 1715, in the 20th year of her age
  • Benjamin KING, of Northampton, d. 20 Jan 1718, in the 44th year of his age
  • Wait, wife of Moses PERSONS, d. 9 Sep 1731, ae 20 yrs
  • Mr. John HUNT, d. 15 Apr 1713, in the 45th year of his age
  • Samvet BARTLETT, d. 26 Feb 1711, in the 73 year of his age
  • Sarah BARTLETT d. 17 Jan 1716, in the 67 year of her age
  • Decon Medad PVMRY d. 30 Dec 1716 in the 79 year of his age
  • Katron SHELDON d. 9 Nov 1727, ae 16 yrs
  • Simeon JUDD
  • Deacon Samuel ALLIN, d. 29 Mar 1789, in the 64th year of his age [Father of Joseph A. & Grandfather of Rev. Thomas A. of Pittsfield, Mass., Rev. Solomon A. of Northampton, Mass., & Rev. Moses A., who d. at Savannah in the Revolutionary War.]
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Ebenez'er WRIGHT, d. 15 Apr 1748, ae 65 yrs
  • B. K.
  • Mr. Nath'll CURTIS, d. 18 Aug 1749, --- year of ---
  • Mr. Amos LOOMIS d. 10 Sep 1756 in the 25 year of his age
  • Mercy CLARK, wife of Joseph CLARK & daughter of Ebenezer & Mary WRIGHT, d. 14 Feb 1735, in the 22 year of her age. [First person that died in Northampton, West Precinct]
  • Mrs. Rachel, wife of Mr. Grd-- ---ARK, d. 7 Sep 1_49 in the 26 year of her age
  • Mr. Thomas JUDD, d. 31 Dec 1749, in the 59 year of his age
  • Lt. John MILLER, d. 30 Apr 1758, ae 58 yrs
  • Ensign Noah ST---- [Stone broken]
  • Mrs. Hannah, Relict of Lt. John MILLER, d. 16 Nvo 1762, in the 62 year of her age
  • Joseph BASCOM, d. 15 Feb 1749/50, ae 12 yrs
  • Mr. Ebenezer WAIT, d. 4 Nov 1755, in the 44th year of his age
  • Capt. Preserved CLAP, d. 11 Oct 1757, in the 83d year of his age
  • Nathanie ALEXANDER d. 10 Nov 1725, ae 49 yrs. John, his Son
  • Mrs. Mehetabel, widow of Preserved CLAP, d. 1 Oct 1767 in the 85 year of her age
  • Rev. John HOOKER, d. of the small pox, 6 Feb 1777, in the 19th yr of his ministry
  • Eunice LYMAN, daughter of Benjamin & Thankful LYMAN of North hampton, d. 1 Jun 1720 in the 14 year of her age
  • M. L.
  • Abigail, wife of Nath'l PHELPS, d. Jan 1723/4, ae 27 yrs
  • Abigail, wife of Samv'l FAIREFIELD, d. 13 Jan 1726, ae 27 & Prudence FAIRFIELD d. 20 Jan 1726, ae 13 days
  • Abraham MILLER d. 7 Feb 1727, ae 58 yrs
  • Sarah, wife of Capt. John PERSONS, d. 15 Apr 1728, ae 69 yrs
  • Capt. John PERSONS d. 19 Apr 1728, ae 79 yrs
  • Pelatiah HOLBROOK d. 12 Nov 1738, in the 22 year of his age
  • Eben'r STRONG d. 9 Jun 1725, ae 17 yrs
  • Benjamin KING of Northampton, d. 20 Jan 1718, in the 44th year of his age
  • Hannah, wife of Elia'm KING, d. 10 Oct 1723, ae 27 yrs
  • Ebener BURT d. Jun 1728, ae 5 yrs
  • Mr. Eben'r STRONG d. 12 Nov 1729, ae 59 yrs
  • Aaron STRONG d. 2 Aug 1732, ae 12 yrs, Eben'r son
  • Rev. Mr. Solomon STODDARD, A. M., "Sometime fellow of Harvard College, Pastor of ye Church in Northampton, N. E., for near 60 years," d. 11 Feb 1729, in the 86 (?) year of his age
  • Samuell WRIGHT d. 7 Oct 1732, ae 49 yr, Sam;l Son
  • Sarah, wife of Mr. Sam'l WRIGHT, d. 4 Apr 1732, ae 76 yrs
  • Mr. Sam'l CLARK d. 5 Aug 1729, ae near 76 yrs "who bury'd 4 sons & 5 daughters"
  • Lt. John PARSONS, d. 14 Sep 1746, in the 73 year of his age
  • Joseph PARSONS, Esq., d. 29 Nov 1722 (or 1729) in the 83d year of his age
  • Lidia, wife of Josep HAWLEY, Esq., d. 28 Oct 1732 in the 76th year of her age
  • Lt. Joseph HAWLEY d. 1 Jun 1735 in the 53d year of his age
  • Hon. Joseph HAWLEY, Esq., d. 10 Mar 1788, monument erected by Joseph CLARK
  • Mrs. Rebeka HAWLEY, d. 2 Jan 1766, in the 81st year of her age. Widow of Mr. Joseph HALEY dec'd & daughter of Rev. So'l STODDARD
  • Ebe'r EDWARDS d. 11 Oct 1723, ae 2 yrs
  • Mr. William JUDD d. 6 May 1755 in the 57 year of his age
  • De'con Thos SHELDEN d. 7 'Ivae' 1775, ae 63 yrs
  • John PARSONS, Esq., d. 29 Nov 1729, ae 83 yrs
  • Mrs. Elisebeth PARSONS, Relick of Joseph PARSONS, d. 11 May 1736, ae 89 yrs
  • Capt. Ebenezer PARSONS, d. 1 Jul 1744, in the 69th year of his age
  • Mr. Moses PARS--- d. 3 Jan 1745/6, ae 37 yrs
  • Mrs. Mercy, wife of Capt. Ebenezer PARSONS, d. 1 Nov 1753, ae 68 yrs
  • Eunice, daughter of Moses PARSONS, d. 17 Apr 1755 in the 18 year of her age
  • Mr. Benjamin ALVORD, d. 22 Oct 1772, ae 77 yrs
  • Gideon STEBBENS, son of Lt. Benjamin & Mrs. Mary STEBBENS, d. 6 Apr 1734, ae 20 yrs
  • Mr. Daniel ALEXANDER d. 29 Apr 1752, in his 42 yr
  • Mary PERSONS d. 9 May 1723, ae ----
  • Mary, wife of Sam PHELPS d. 29 Nov 1729, ae 44 yrs
  • Mr. Samuel PHELPS d. 9 Dec 1745, ae 65 yrs
  • Mr. John ALEXANDER d. 31 Dec 1733, in the 89th year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah ALEXANDER d. 3 Nov 1732, in the 83d year of her age
  • Mr. John ALEXANDER d. 24 Jun 1748/9, ae 77 yrs
  • Mrs. Rebeckah CLARK, daughter of Deacon Josiah & Mrs. Mary CLARK, d. 11 Apr 1776 in the 22d year of her age
  • Mr. Samuel KING d. 31 Dec 1733 in the 44th year of his age
  • Mrs. Hannah KING, d. 13 Feb 1732/3 in the 40th year of her age
  • Martha, wife of Ithamer CLARK, d. 27 Jun 1744, in the 29th year of her age
  • Mary PERSONS, d. 2 Sep 1718, ae --- & --- days
  • Mis Marths, daughter of Lt. Gideon LYMAN, d. 28 Feb 1753, ae 19 yrs
  • Mrs. Catherine LYMAN, consort of Gideon LYMAN, Esq., d. 15 Mar 1791, in the 90th year of her age
  • Mr. Zadok LYMAN d. 14 Oct 1754, ae 35 yrs
  • Gideon LYMAN, Esq., d. 3 Apr 1775, ae 75 yrs
  • Mrs. Sarah CLARK, Consort of Mr. William CLARK, d. 25 Nov 1798, in the 75th year of her age
  • Mr. Ebenezer PRESCOTT, d. in Dorchester, 15 Oct 1776 in the 60th year of his age & Mrs. Jerusha PRESCOTT, wife of Mr. Ebenezer PRESCOTT, d. in this Town, 15 Oct 1779, in the 56th year of her age
  • Mrs. Rachel BARNARD, wife of Mr. Abner BARNARD, d. 11 Dec 1790, in the 61st year of her age
  • Capt. Roger CLAP d. 9 Jan 1762
  • Dr. Samuel MATHER d. 29 Apr 1779, in the 74th year of his age
  • Mr. Hezekiah WRIGHT d. 21 Sep 1761 in the 67 year of his age
  • Mrs. Esther STODDARD, Widow & Relict of Rev. Mr. Solomon STODDARD, formerly Pastor of the Church in this Town, d. 10 Feb 1736, in the 92d year of her age
  • Mrs. Martha MATHER, widow & Relict of Samuel MATHER, Esq., d. 2 Dec 1785, in the 78th year of her age
  • Mr. Abner BARNARD d. of the small pox, 13 Jan 1797, it being his birth day aged 73 yrs
  • Mr. John WRIGHT, d. 8 Feb 1749, in the 62 year of his age
  • Mrs. Anne, wife of Mr. Eliphat WRIGHT, d. 11 Jan 1785, in the 34th year of her age. Bohan d. 13 Sep 1784 ae 8 mos. Anne d. 3 Jan 1785, ae 2 yrs, 11 mos
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Abraham MILLER, then wife of Lt. John PARSONS, dec'd, d. 9 Nov 1758, ae 77 yrs
  • Mr. John KINGSLEY d. 7 Jul 1742, in the 76th year of his age
  • Jonathan & Thankful HUNT, children of Deacon Jonathan HUNT, who were killed by lightning 5 Jul 1769 in the 15 year of his age & 7 year of her age
  • Capt. John POMEROY d. 3 Mar 1760 in the 32d year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah KINGSLEY d. 20 Jun 1744 in the 77th year of her age
  • Suply, son of Lt. Suply & Mrs. Elisab'th KINGSLEY, d. 3 Oct 1736, ae 20 days
  • Lt. John PARSONS d. 4 Sep 1746 in the 73 year of his age
  • Mr. Phebe, wife of Mr. John WRIGHT, d. 13 Nov 1753 in her 39 yr
  • Hon. John STODDARD, Esq., b. in Northampton, 11 Feb 1681, d. at Boston, 19 Jun 1748, in the 67th year of his age & entombed there. Also, Mrs. Prudence STODDARD, b. at Wethersfield 4 Mar 1699, d. at Northampton 11 Sep 1780, interr'd here & their infant daughter, Hannah STODDARD, b. 13 Oct 1742, d. 1 Aug 1743.
  • Moses PARSONS, d. 3 Jan 1745/6, ae 37 yrs
  • Col. Seth POMEROY, d. in the Army of the United States at Peekskill, 19 Feb 1777, in the 71st year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Ensign Ebenezer SHELDON, d. 10 Nov 1767, in the 88th year of her age
  • Mr. Edward BAKER, d. 4 Mar 175_, in the 73d year of his age
  • Ensign Ebenezer SHELDEN d. 18 Mar 1755, ae 77 yrs
  • Mrs. Abigail, Consort of Ensign Ebenezer WELLS of Deerfield, d. 18 Mar 1772, ae 80 yrs
  • Supply CLAP d. 11 Oct 1784, in the 63 year of his age. His daughter Hannah d. 14 Sep 1777 in the 9th year of her age
  • Rev. David BRAINERD, "A Faithful & Laborious Missionary to the Stockbridge, Deleware & Susquehannah Tribes of Indians", d. in this town, 10 Oct 1747, ae 32
  • Rev. Jonathan EDWARDS, "The American Devine, b. 5 Oct 1703, Ordained Colleague Pastor with Rev. Solomon STODDARD, in this town 15 Feb 1727, Dismissed 22 Jun 1750. Died of Small Pox in New Jersey," 22 Mar 1752.
  • Rev. Thomas CHALMERS, D. D., "The Scotch Devine & Projector of the free Church, Died of Apoplexy," 30 May 1847, in his 67th yr
  • Jerusha, daughter of Jonathan & Sarah EDWARDS, b. 26 Apr 1739 (?), d. 14 Feb 1747 (by mistake for 1748)
  • Mrs. Mary, Consort of Col. Seth POMEROY, d. 11 Sep 1777, in the 72d year of her age
  • Mr. Moses KINGSLEY, d. 28 Apr 1773 in the 68 year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Moses KINGSLEY, d. 1 Oct 1772 in the 66 year of her age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth HUNT, wife of Deacon Ebenezer HUNT, d. 5 Jun 1777, ae 70 yrs
  • Deacon Ebenezer HUNT, d. 21 Feb 1788, in the 85th year of his age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Capt. Roger CLAP, d. 20 Aug 1767, in the 81st year of her age
  • Mrs. Dorcas, daughter of Mr. Ebenezer & Mrs. Jerusha CLARK, d. 1 Apr 1786, ae 25 yrs
  • Mr. Ebenezer EDWARDS, "killed instantly by the fall of a tree", 21 Aug 1771, in the 44th year of his age
  • Mrs. Lucy EDWARDS, widow & Relict of Mr. Ebenezer EDWARDS, d. 19 Aug 1807, ae 83 yrs
  • Experience WRIGHT, d. 14 Aug 1777, nere 6 yrs old
  • Capt. Noah WRIGHT, d. 27 Jul 1775, in the 76 year of his age
  • Sarah, Consort of Capt. Noah WRIGHT, d. 3 Apr 1777, in the 77 year of her age
  • Mrs. Miriam WRIGHT, Consort of Ephraim WRIGHT, Esq., d. 2 Jan 1774, in the 53d year of her age
  • Mr. Phineas, son of Mr. Joseph ALLEN, d. 30 Jul 1765 in the 20th year of his age
  • Jonathan, only child of Maj. Jonathan & Mrs. Sarah ALLEN, d. 25 Sep 1777, in the 3d year of his age
  • Maj. Jonathan ALLEN, "who was slain as he was hunting" 7 Jun 1780, "having just entered the 43d year of his age" Footstone: Maj. Jonathan ALLEN
  • Joseph ALLEN d. 30 Dec 1779, ae 66. Also Elizabeth (PARSONS), his wife, d. 10 jan 1800, ae 84
  • Mr. Elisha ALLEN d. 22 Nov 1796 in the 45 year of his age
  • Elijah ALLEN d. 23 Sep 1830, ae 76. Keziah, wife of E. ALLEN, d. 2 Jan 1725, ae 69
  • Harriet Maria, daughter of Charles J. & Maria ALLEN, of New Haven, Conn., d. at Northampton, 24 Sep 1825, ae 16 mos
  • William ALLEN, Esq., formerly of Boston, d. 11 Mar 1825, ae 84 yrs
  • Mrs. Thankful KING d. 17 Jan 1777 in the 35th year of her age
  • Mr. Daniel KING d. 24 Jun 1775, in the 86th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary KING, wife of Mr. Daniel KING, d. 22 NOv 1773, in the 83d year of her age
  • Mrs. Mindwell, wife of Mr. Samuel SMEED of Montague, 10 May 1775, in the 57th year of her age
  • Mrs. Martha STODDARD, consort of Solomon STODDARD, Esq., d. 20 Oct 1772, ae 33
  • Mrs. Eunice STODDARD, Consort of Solomon STODDARD, Esq., d. 22 Jan 1797, in the 46 year of her age. David, their infant son, d. 6 Apr 1778, ae 3 mos.
  • Solomon STODDARD, Esq., son of John & Prudence STODDARD, d. 19 Dec 1827, ae 94 yrs
  • Miss Esther STODDARD, daughter of Hon. John STODDARD & Mrs. Prudence STODDARD, d. 27 May 1816, in the 79th year of her age
  • Madam Sarah HOOKER, Relict of Rev. John HOOKER, d. 5 Apr 1817, in the 86 year of her age
  • Lydia, wife of Ensign Josiah POMEROY, d. 19 Dec 1772, in the 63 year of her age
  • Mrs. Abigail LYMAN, wife of Mr. Joseph LYMAN, d. 1 May 1776, in the 75th year of her age
  • Mr. Joseph LYMAN, d. 30 Mar 1763, in the 64th year of his age
  • Mr. Elisah LYMAN d. 13 Aug 1798 in the 65th year of his age
  • Mrs. Hannah KING d. 13 Feb 1732/3 in the 40th year of her age
  • Mr. Samuel KING d. 31 Dec 1737, in the 44th year of his age
  • Ensign Noah STRONG d. 4 Jun 1783, in the 74th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Ensign Noah STRONG, d. 16 Mar 1771, in the 66 year of her age
  • Mrs. Martha CLARK, Relict of Mr. Elihu CLARK, d. 28 Mar 1795, in the 63d year of her age
  • Mr. Selah WRIGHT d. 17 Dec 1786, ae 64 yrs. Also, Mrs. Esther WRIGHT, Relict of Mr. Selah WRIGHT, d. 11 Aug 1815, ae 90 yrs
  • Capt. John BAKER, d. 8 Jan 1762, in the 81 year of his age
  • Capt. John BAKER, d. 3 Feb 1802, in the 87th year of his age
  • Mrs. Rebeckah, Consort of Capt. John BAKER, d. 28 Jun 1774 in the 87th year of her age
  • Mr. Jonathan STRONG d. 19 Apr 1797 in the 89th year of his age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Ensign Jonathan STRONG, d. 25 Jun 1758, ae 48 yrs, 17 days
  • Doct. William MATHER, d. 10 Apr 1775, in the 33d year of his age
  • Mrs. Eunice MATHER, wife of Mr. Elisha MATHER, d. 26 Sep 1776 in the 38th year of her age
  • Mr. Elisha MATHER, d. 22 Mar 1807, ae 67 yrs
  • Jemimi LYMAN, widow of the late Capt. William LYMAN, b. in Northampton, Nov 1726, d. Feb 1785 in the 59th year of her age
  • Deacon Ebenezer POMEROY d. 22 Apr 1774, in the 77th year of his age
  • Mr. Caleb STRONG, d. 13 Feb 1776, inthe 66th year of his age
  • Mrs. Phebe STRONG, relict of Mr. Caleb STRONG, d. 5 Jan 1802
  • Mrs. Thankful LEWIS, consort of Mr. Nathan LEWIS, of Farmington, d. 18 Sep 1773, in the 95th year of her age
  • Col. Seth HUNT, d. 28 Dec 1779, ae 31
  • Mr. John HUNT d. 9 Jan 1788, in the 73d year of his age. Also Mrs. Esther, his wife, d. 19 Mar 1787, in the 65th year of her age
  • Mrs. Mary PARSONS, wife of Lt. William PARSONS, d. 22 Nov 1759, in the 66 year of her age
  • Lieut. William PARSONS, d. 7 Aug 1768, in the 78th year of his age
  • Mr. Jonathan HALL, d. 17 Nov 1776, in the 44th year of his age
  • Capt. William LYMAN, d. 13 Mar 1775, in the 59th year of his age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Deac. Ebenezer POMEROY, d. 10 Jun 1782, in the 82 year of her age
  • Mr. Isaac GARNSEY d. 16 Feb 1767, in the 26th year of his age
  • Mr. Quartus POMEROY d. 5 Nov 1803, ae 68 yrs
  • Mrs. Acusa TURNER, Consort of Mr. David TURNER, d. 15 Dec 1790, in the 25th year of her age. Also Sofia TURNER, their daughter d. 7 Aug 1790, ae 3 mos, 19 days
  • Mrs. Anna, wife of Mr. Joseph CLARKE, d. 22 May 1776, ae 23 yrs, 7 mos
  • Mr. Timothy WRIGHT, d. 30 Nov 1764, in the 45 year of his age. Also, Mrs. Elizabeth, Relict of Mr. Timothy WRIGHT, d. 17 Jan 1815, in the 90th year of her age
  • Noah WRIGHT d. 19 Mar 1816, ae 41 yrs
  • Mr. James HULBERT d. 10 Apr 1767, in the 80th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. James HULBERT, d. 17 Jun 1760 in the63 year of her age
  • Mrs. Phebe POMEROY, wife of Mr. Quatrus POMEROY, d. 30 May 1776, in the 41st year of her age
  • Supply CLAP, d. 20 Jun 1800, in the 34th year of his age
  • Mrs. Lucretia CLAP, wife of Mr. Supply CLAP, d. 20 Sep 1795, in the 26th year of her age
  • Mrs. Rachel POMEROY, Relict of Mr. Quatrus POMEROY, d. 18 Nov 1826, ae 80 yrs
  • Mr. Ezra CLARK, d. 19 Jul 1788, in the 73d year of his age
  • Mrs. Martha CLARK, Consort of Mr. Ezra CLARK, d. 9 Sep 1803, ae 86 yrs
  • Clarissa, wife of Daniel STEBBINS, b. 4 Jun 1767, d. 26 Feb 1820
  • S. I.
  • CENOTAPH OF DANIEL STEBBINS
    Roland STEBBINS d. in Northampton, 14 Dec 1671, ae 77
    The following descendants died in Springfield:
    Thomas, Eldest son of Roland, d. 23 Sep 1683, ae 73 [My G. G. G. G. F.]
    The first Joseph, son of Thomas d. 15 oct 1628, ae 78 [G. G. G. F.]
    The second Joseph drowned, 1721, ae 47 [G. G. F.]
    The third Joseph d. 8 Mar 1793, ae 88 [G. F.]
    His wife Mary d. 9 Jan 1803, ae 88 [G. M.]
    The fourth Joseph d. Apr 1819, ae 82 [F.]
    His wife Eunice d. 22 Nov 1818, ae 78 [M.]
    Daniel STEBBINS of the 6th generation from Thomas was b. 2 Apr 1766
  • Capt. Joseph COOK d. 23 Jun 1788, in the 62 year of his age
  • Mrs. Lydia COOK, widow & Relict of Capt. Joseph COOK, d. 6 Mar 1814, in the 79th year of her age
  • Mr. Asa WRIGHT, d. 28 Nov 1786, in the 46th year of his age
  • Timothy Edwards DWIGHT, son of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 22 Jan 1807, ae 7 yrs
  • Francis Henry, son of Josiah & Caroline DWIGHT, d. at sea, 23 Jul 1812, ae 22 yrs
  • Clarissa, daughter of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 12 Nov 1820, ae 3 yrs
  • Caroline Williams, daughter of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 19 Dec 1813, ae 15 yrs
  • Miss Margarette DWIGHT d. 5 Sep 1845, ae 41
  • Eli P. ASHMUN, b. 24 Jun 1770, d. 10 May 1819, in the 49th year of his age
  • Mrs. Lucy ASHMUN, wife of Eli P. ASHMUN, d. 9 Oct 1812, ae 37 yrs
  • Sophia W. ASHMUN, eldest daughter of Elip P. ASHMUN & Lucy, his wife, b. 11 Dec 1802, d. 27 Aug 1820, in the 18th year of her age
  • Orpha ASHMUN, youngest daughter of Justice ASHMUN, Esq., of Blandford, & Keziah, his wife, d. 17 Aug 1814, ae 28
  • Joseph MAMMANSAH, d. May 1767, ae 40 yrs [Indian, grave one mile west of Court House near a grove of pines.]
  • David TURNER, d. 11 Feb 1803, ae 39. Electa, his 2d wife d. 2 Apr 1850, ae 83
  • Mr. Elias MANN d. 12 May 1825, in the 75th year of his age. Also 5 Children.
  • Asenath, Relict of Elias MANN, d. 22 Apr 1842, ae 78
  • Justin COOK, d. 1 Nov 1801, ae 40. Mary, his widow, d. 15 Jan 1838, ae 74
  • Miranda WILLIAMS, daughter of Rev. Solomon & Mrs. Mary WILLIAMS, d. 25 Dec 1815, in the 24th year of her age
  • Mrs. Mary WILLIAMS, Relict of Rev. Solomon WILLIAMS, b. 10 Sep 1756, d. 7 Feb 1842, ae 85 yrs, 5 mos
  • Julia, daughter of Rev. Solomon WILLIAMS, d. 10 Mar 1849, ae 65 yrs
  • Miss Rebecca PARSONS, d. 18 Jan 1828, ae 51 yrs
  • Lemuel CLARK, d. 27 May 1837, ae 73
  • Mrs. Lucretia CLARK, wife of Mr Lemuel CLARK, d. 20 Nov 1823, ae 55
  • Capt. Joseph COOK, d 14 Feb 1814
  • Mr. Joseph COOK, d. 12 Jul 1825, ae 34 yrs
  • Deacon Noah COOK, d. 6 Jan 1773, in the 85th year of his age
  • Seth Dickinson CLARK, d. 1 Nov 1816, ae 7 yrs. Lemuel Coleman CLARK, d. 9 Aug 1807, ae 1 mo. Children of Mr. Lemuel & Mrs. Lucretia CLARK
  • Elijah COOK, d. 1 Jul 1827, ae 57 yrs
  • Mrs. Abigail, wife of Deac'n Noah COOK, d. 27 Dec 1766, in the 75 year of her age
  • Rev. Wm. M. DOOLITTLE, ae 27, Pastor of the Baptist Church, Northampton, d. 12 Feb 1842
  • Emeline COOK, daughter of Mr. Elijah & Mrs. Esther COOK, d. 23 (25?) Dec 1818, ae 8 yrs
  • Enos, son of Mr. Aaron COOK, d. 31 Oct 1771, ae 13 yrs, 8 mos
  • Hannah, wife of Enos COOK, d. 4 Oct 1840, ae 61
  • John LANKTON d. 26 "jen'r" 1728, ae 46 yrs
  • Zeruah, wife of William CLARK, Jr., d. 5 Jun 1842, ae 46 yrs
  • Charlotte, daughter of William & Zeruah CLARK, d. 14 Aug 1845, ae 20 yrs
  • Charles STARKWEATHER, Esq., d. 9 Jul 1843, ae 84. Roxana, his wife, d. 5 Jan 1847, ae 77
  • Mrs. Patty STARKWEATHER, wife of Mr. Charles STARKWEATHER, d. 9 May 1804, ae 42 yrs
  • TODD
  • William TODD d. 33 Jun 1846, ae 67
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Phineas PARSONS, d. 8 Aug 1823, in the 70th year of her age
  • Mr. Phineas PARSONS, d. 7 Feb 1825, ae 57 yrs
  • Mr. Phineas PARSONS, Jr., d. 23 Feb 1818, ae 31 yrs
  • Miss Nancy PARSONS, d. 21 Apr 1811, ae 28 yrs
  • Nancy, wife of Benjamin NORTH, b. 2 Jan 1807, d 2 Sep 1844. Hannah Anetta, daughter of Ben & Nancy, d. 10 Jan 1841, ae 3 yrs, 8 mos. Also an Infant, b. 28 Feb, d. 6 Mar 1842
  • Miss Abigal GRAVES, d. 16 Jan 1819, ae 31 yrs
  • Elisha GRAVES, d. 11 Apr 1826, ae 68 yrs
  • Catherine, Relict of Mr. Elisha GRAVES, d. 20 Jun 1833, ae 79
  • Mr. Edward GRAVES, son of Mr. Elisha & Mrs. Catherine GRAVES, d. 28 Sep 1823, in the 25th year of his age
  • Mr. Daniel WARNER, d. 29 Feb 1812, ae 57 yrs. Also Mrs Phebe WARNER, Consort of Mr. Daniel WARNER, d. 20 Mar 1817, ae 57 yrs
  • Sophia H. LYMAN, Widow of Hon. J. H. LYMAN & daughter of Judge HINCKLEY, d. 6 Apr 1839, ae 51 yrs
  • Jonathan H. LYMAN, d. 3 Nov 1825
  • William BOLTER, b. 11 Feb 1766, d. 27 Apr 1841
  • John BRECK, Esq., d. 26 Feb 1827, ae 56 yrs
  • Mrs. Electa BRECK, wife of Mr. John BRECK, d. 16 Apr 1800, in the 31st year of her age
  • Clarissa, wife of John BRECK, Esq., d. at "Hartford, Con.," 6 Dec 1831, ae 53
  • Mr. Theodore BRECK, son of the late Robert BRECK, Esq., & Mrs. Rachel BRECK, d. 17 Feb 1805, ae 23 yrs
  • Mrs. Sarah POMEROY, wife of Capt. Seth POMEROY, d. 10 Aug 1801, ae 26 yrs. Also their infant, aged 14 days
  • Mrs. Sarah HUNT, wife of Doct. Ebenezer HUNT, d. 12 Aug 1803, ae 59 yrs
  • Hon. Ebenezer HUNT, M. D., d. 26 Dec 1820, ae 76 yrs
  • Abner HUNT, b. 27 Aug 1768, d. 20 Aug 1841
  • Sarah, wife of Abner HUNT, b. 16 Sep 1772, d. 4 Mar 1827
  • Wm. King HUNT, son of Doct. Ebenezer & Mrs. Sarah HUNT, d. 27 Jan 1795, in the 17th year of his age
  • Miss Elisabeth HUNT, daughter of Doct. Ebenezer & Mrs. Sarah HUNT, d. 8 Feb 1797, ae 14 yrs
  • Mr. William CLARK, d. 29 Dec 1807, ae 87 yrs
  • Mr. Josiah CLARK, d. 7 Apr 1789. "He was the younges of 6 sons & 5 daughters and survived them. From the _ sons have descended, 1158 lineal heirs, 925 were living at his death."
  • Mrs. Mary CLARK, wife of Deacon Josiah CLARK, d. 3 Mar 1797, in the 72 year of her age
  • Deacon Josiah CLARK, d. 16 Nov 1808, in the 88th year of his age
  • Benjamin TAPPAn, d. 29 Jan 1831, ae 83 yrs. George, an infant son, d. 30 Oct 1793
  • Mrs. Sarah TAPPAN, wife of Benjamin TAPPAN, Esq., d. 26 Mar 1826, ae 78
  • Solomon WILLIAMS, b. 25 Jul 1752, "Lived as Pastor of the church of Christ in Northampton 56 yrs & 5 mos, d. 9 Nov 1834
  • Mrs. Elizabeth PHOENIX, wife of Alexander PHOENIX & daughter of Benjamin & Sarah TAPPAN, d. 30 May 1819, ae 28 yrs
  • Joseph, son of Caleb & Hepzibah HANNUM, d. 15 Apr 1847, ae 22
  • Eliza Anne, wife of John HANNUM, d. 24 Aug 1849, ae 35
  • Sophia, daughter of Mr. Spencer & Mrs. Sophia CLARK, d. 29 Sep 1832, ae 1 yr, 8 mos
  • Sarah J. BREED, wife of Rev. Wm. ALLEN, d. 25 Feb 1848, ae 58 yrs
  • Ellen Wheelock, only child of Rev. John Wheelock ALLEN, d. 27 Jun 1841, ae 8 mos
  • William, son of Rev. J. W. ALLEN, of Wayland, d. 7 Sep 1842, ae 4 mos
  • Charles Rice, son of Rev. J. W. ALLEN, d. 20 Dec 1849, ae 2 mos
  • Maria, daughter of Rev. E. HOPKINS, d. 1 Sep 1843, ae 9 days
  • Wm. Allen, "Willie", son of Rev. E. HOPKINS, b. 2 Jan 1845, d. 9 Apr 1848
  • HUNT
  • Martha H. HUNT, b. 7 Apr 1825, d. 5 Apr 1847
  • Ebenezer HUNT, b. 11 Mar 1775, d. 9 Jun 1835
  • Maria L. HUNT, b. 13 May 1813, d. 10 Nov, 1844
  • John HUNT, b. 20 Feb 1821, d. 16 Apr 1823
  • Samuel H. HUNT, b. 12 Jun 1819, d. 23 Apr 1845
  • David HUNT, M. D., Counselor M. M. S., d. 8 Jul 1837, ae 64
  • Wealthy HUNT, wife of David HUNT, d. 25 Sep 1838, ae 61
  • Frances A. HUNT, d. 24 Aug 1838, ae 20
  • Wealthy HUNT, daughter of Mr. David & Mrs. Wealthy HUNT, d. 24 Aug 1802, ae 3 yrs
  • HENSHAW FAMILY TOMB
    Hon. Samuel HENSHAW, d. at Northampton, 11 Mar 1809, ae LXV yrs
    Francis Aurelia, wife of Hon. C. A. DEWEY, d. at Williamstown, 20 Jul 1821, ae XXIV yrs
    Eliza, daughter of Hon. Samuel & Martha HENSHAW, d. 20 Feb 1823, ae XXIX yrs
    Louisa Augusta, wife of Dr. Charles BECK, d. 23 Feb 1830, ae XXX yrs
    Martha, Relict of Hon. Samuel HENSHAW, d. 27 May 1842, ae LXXXVI yrs & 11 mos
  • ANSEL WRIGHT'S FAMILY TOMB
    Children of Ansel WRIGHT:
    Elizabeth M. C. WRIGHT, d. 1 Apr 1838, ae 10 yrs
    Asahel WRIGHT, d. 10 Sep 1840, ae 4 yrs
    Asahel WRIGHT, d. 3 Feb 1844, ae 3 yrs
    Henry WRIGHT, d. 8 Dec 1845, ae 1 yr, 8 mos
    Harriet WRIGHT, d. 5 Dec 1849, ae 5 yrs, 8 mos
    Elizabeth, wife of Ansel WRIGHT, d. 10 Sep 1848, ae 44 yrs
  • Mary, wife of Nathaniel EDWARDS, d. 16 Sep 1819, in the 69th year of her age
  • Mr. Nathaniel EDWARDS, d. 13 Mar 1832, ae 82
  • Capt. James DICKENSON, d. 12 Jul 1824, in the 45th year of his age
  • Mr. Job WHITE, d. 12 Feb 1807, ae 54 yrs. Also Lewis WHITE, their son, d. 24 Jan 1804, ae 17 yrs
  • Elizabeth, daughter of William & Rebecca EDWARDS, d. 29 Jan 1807, ae 1 mo
  • Mr. Josiah DICKENSON d. 17 Jan 1812, ae 62 yrs
  • Mrs. Wealthy DICKENSON, wife of Mr. Josiah DICKENSON, d. 23 Jun 1812, ae 59 yrs
  • Seth Hopkins DICKENSON d. 21 Mar 1805, ae 23 yrs
  • Caroline DICKENSON d. 7 Nov 1810, ae 24 yrs
  • Mr. Cotton DICKENSON, d. 21 Jan 1826, ae 72 yrs
  • Olive, wife of Cotton DICKENSON, d. 10 Sep 1844, ae 89
  • Asabel POMEROY, Esq., d. 22 Mar 1833, in the 84th year of his age
  • Mrs. Hannah POMEROY, wife of Asabel POMEROY, d. 28 Sep 1812, ae 58 yrs
  • Mrs. Susanna, wife of Asabel POMEROY, d. 26 Jan 1826, ae 69 yrs
  • Mrs. Miriam POMEROY, Consort of Mr. Asabel POMEROY, d. 10 Jul 1793, in the 41st year of her age
  • Lucretia POMEROY, daughter of Asabel POMEROY, d. 22 Sep 1847
  • Miss Judith POMEROY, daughter of Mr. Asabel & Mrs. Miriam POMEROY, d. 20 Jan 1804, ae 20 yrs
  • David L. DEWEY, d. in Northborough, 15 Feb 1821, ae 32 yrs
  • Mr. Luther HUNT, d. 28 Aug 1817, ae 46 yrs
  • Four children of Mr. Luther & Mrs. Eunice HUNT: Luther d. 4 Dec 1825, ae 11 yrs. Medad d. 16 Sep 1802, ae 3 yrs. Two infants d. 23 Oct 1801
  • Susan, daughter of Luther & Eunice HUNT, b. 7 May 1813, d. 28 Dec 1832.
  • Frederick HUNT d. 9 Oct 1831, ae 33 yrs
  • Mrs. Abigail LYMAN, Consort of Erastus LYMAN, Esq., d. 18 Feb 1803, ae 24
  • Mr. John KING, d. 14 May 1806 in the 77th year of his age
  • Mrs. Rachel KING, wife of Mr. John KING, d. 14 Jun 1898, in the 56th year of her age
  • Mrs. Hannah W. FLINT, wife of J. H. FLINT, d. 16 Jun 1821, ae 34 yrs
  • Ephraim WRIGHT, Esq., d. 25 Jan 1794, in the 82d year of his age
  • Mr. Henry LYMAN, Merchant of Montreal, son of the late Elisha LYMAN of this town, d. at Burlington, Vt., 20 Sep 1809, ae 21 yrs
  • Moses WRIGHT, Esq., d. 24 Mar 1820, ae 68 yrs
  • Mrs. Dorothy HINCKLEY, wife of Samuel HINCKLEY, d. 26 Aug 1802, in the 44th year of her age
  • Hon. Samuel HINCKLEY, d. 15 Jun 1840, ae 83
  • Dolly Ann HINCKLEY, daughter of Samuel HINKLEY, Esq., & Mrs. Dorothy, his wife, d. 6 Sep 1801, ae 2 yrs, 6 mos
  • Dolly HINCKLEY, daughter of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Dolly HINKLEY, d. 28 Jan 1798, ae 2 yrs
  • Phebe Elizabeth HINCKLEY, daughter of Samuel HINCKLEY, Esq., & Dorothy, his wife, d. 1 Sep 1804, ae 11 mos
  • George HINCKLEY, son of Samuel & Dorothy HINCKLEY, d. 22 Sep 1818, in the 28th year of his age. "Educated at Yale College & had commenced the practice of Law."
  • Thomas LYMAN d. 15 Apr 1845, ae 88
  • Miss Parces LYMAN, d. 19 Apr 1826, ae 55 yrs
  • Hon. Elijah H. MILLS, d. 5 May 1829, ae 52
  • Mrs. Sarah MILLS, wife of Elijah Hunt MILLS, Esq., & daughter of Hon. Ebenezer HUNT & Mrs. Sarah HUNT, d. 2 Oct 1802, in the 23d year of her age
  • George Francis, son of Elijah Hunt MILLS & Harriet, his wife, d. 25 May 1827, in the 6th year of his age
  • Lewis BUTLER, 2d son of Simeon & Mary BUTLER, d. 16 Feb 1818, ae 18
  • Mary Ann BUTLER, eldest child of Simeon & Mary BUTLER, d. 23 Sep 1802, in the 8th year of her age
  • Edward BUTLER, d. 13 Jul 1849, ae 52
  • William BUTLER, d. 9 Mar 1831, ae 68 yrs
  • Mary, third daughter of Mr. William & Mrs. Huldah BUTLER, d. 3 Jul 1800, ae 8
  • William, son of Mr. William & Mrs. Huldah BUTLER, d. 7 Sep 1802, ae 15 mos
  • John Brown, son of Mr. William & Mrs. Huldah BUTLER, d. 5 Jul 1811, ae 21 mos
  • Daniel BUTLER, d. 14 Sep 1833, ae 65 yrs
  • Mrs. Anna BUTLER, wife of Mr. Daniel BUTLER & daughter of John & Mary WELSH of Boston, d. 9 Mar 1801, ae 32 yrs
  • Mrs. Mary BUTLER, wife of Mr. Simeon BUTLER, d. 1 Mar 1829, ae 55 yrs
  • Simeon BUTLER, d. 7 Nov 1847, ae 77 yrs
  • Mr. Hervey TILLOTSON d. 12 Sep 1813, in the 31 year of his age
  • Rev. Henry LYMAN, son of Theodore & Susan W. LYMAN, "a Missionary of the American Board who with his associate Rev. Samuel MUNSON, suffered a violent death from 'The Battahs' in Sumatra," 28 Jun 1834, ae 24
  • Mr. Abner BARNARD d. 11 Jan 1806, in the 23d year of his age
  • Enos KINGSLEY d. 6 Nov 1845, ae 75
  • Rebecca, wife of Enos KINGSLEY, d. 27 Jan 1823, ae 47
  • Mrs. Ruth DIXON, wife of Mr. John DIXON, of Killingly Conn., d. 22 Aug 1811, in the 34 year of her age
  • Arthur Francis, son of William H. & Sarah B. STODDARD, d. 27 Nov 1839, ae 18 mos
  • William BRADISH, eldest son of William H. & Sarah B. STODDARD, d. Nov 1842, ae 7 yrs, 7 mos
  • David Tappan, son of William H. & Sarah B. STODDARD, d. 21 Oct 1848, ae 5 yrs
  • Miss Abigal INGOLS, daughter of Mr. James & Mrs. Mary INGOLS, d. 11 --- 1826, ae 23 yrs
  • Timothy Edwards, son of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 29 May 1833, ae 25 yrs
  • Hannah Worthington, daughter of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 17 Sep 1829, ae 17 yrs
  • William Harris, son of Josiah & Caroline DWIGHT, perished in the wrick of the Albion on the Irish Coast, 22 Apr 1822, ae 29 yrs
  • Josiah DWIGHT, Esq., b. 17 Sep 1767, d. 8 Mar 1821
  • Thomas, son of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. Oct 1815, ae 5 yrs
  • Hannah Beckminster, daughter of Josiah & Rhoda DWIGHT, d. 16 Feb 1814, ae 2 yrs
  • Charles HOOKER, d. 13 May 1833, ae 36 yrs
  • Miss Abigal Welsh BUTLER, daughter of Daniel & Anna BUTLER, d. 4 Sep 1822, ae 24 yrs
  • Mr. Charles Parker BUTLER, son of Danial & Anna BUTLER, d. at the Bay of St. Louis, 15 Sep 1820, ae 26 yrs
  • Mr. Joseph BARTLET, d. 3 Aug 1755, ae 73 yrs
  • Benjamin BARTLET, d. 23 Aug 1762, in the 62 year of his age. [on same stone as above]
  • M. R.
  • UPHAM
  • David Gorham, Child of Tim'o & Julia U. WOOD, of New York, d. 11 Sep 1822, ae 2 yrs
  • Mrs. Rachel LANGFORD, d. 30 Dec 1780, in the 24th year of her age
  • Mrs. Mindwell, Relict of Capt. Moses LYMAN, d. 25 May 1780, in the 88th year of her age
  • Mr. Jonathan STRONG d. 18 Dec 1803, in the 67th year of his age
  • Mrs. Rachel STRONG, wife of Mr. Jonathan STRONG, d. 21 Dec 1817, in the 80th year of her age
  • B. L.
  • D. L.
  • Mrs. Martha CLARK, wife of Mr. Aaron CLARK, d. 13 Mar 1803, ae 50 yrs
  • Elder Preserved CLAPP, of Northampton, d.22 Sep 1720, in the 77 year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah CLAPP, of Northampton, d. 4 Oct 1716, in the 66 year of her age
  • Mr. Eliphaz CLAP, d. 20 Jun 1783, ae 71 yrs
  • Mrs. Rachel, wife of Mr. Eliphaz CLAP, d. 11 Jan 1762, in the 41 year of her age
  • Capt. Elisha POMEROY, d. 26 Jan 1762, in the 41 year of his age
  • David JUDD, b. 12 Apr 1771, d. 21 May 1827
  • Sarah JUDD, wife of David JUDD, b. 26 Nov 1774, d. 10 Oct 1826
  • David JUDD, son of Mr. David & Mrs. Sally JUDD, d. 26 Oct 1807, ae 17 mos, 11 days. Also an infant daughter, d. 2 Oct 1801, ae 1 day
  • Spencer JUDD, d. 30 Oct 1832, ae 32 yrs
  • Eliza S. JUDD, wife of Spencer JUDD, d. 13 Jun 1830, ae 29
  • Charles Spencer JUDD, their son, d. 29 Oct, ae 5 yrs [note: Mr. JUDD, wife & child, died in Springfield, and were interred in the "Old Burying Ground." Their remains were removed and re-interred in this place, May 1848, by Thomas BRIDGMAN.]
  • Sarah H. WELLS, wife of Samuel WELLS, & daughter of Hon. Jonathan LEAVITT, of Greenfield, d. 29 Jan 1837, ae 40 yrs
  • Mrs. Rachel RUSSELL, Consort of Mr. John RUSSELL, d. 10 Feb 1810, ae 27 yrs
  • Laura, wife of John RUSSELL, d. 9 Feb 1826, ae 38
  • Miss Cordela SNOW, daughter of Mr. Ralph & Mrs. Theodocia SNOW, b. 12 Nov 1798, d. 16 Aug 1824
  • Samuel CURTIS, d. 24 Jul 1721, in the 73 year of his age
  • Hon. Joseph LYMAN, b. 22 Oct 1767, d. 11 Dec 1847
  • Mrs. Elizabeth LYMAN, consort of Joseph LYMAN & daughter of Hon. Samuel FOWLER, of Westfield, d. 16 Jul 1808. Also their daughter, Frances, d. at Medford, 11 Jan 1809, ae 12
  • Lydia, daughter of Lieut Enock & Mrs. Nancy CLARKE, d. 15 Jun 1773, ae 2 yrs, 4 mos
  • Mrs. Lucinda CLARKE, d. 25 Jan 1840, ae 74
  • Christopher CLARKE, d. 28 Sep 1838, ae 45
  • Elizabeth W., daughter of F. W. & L. B. CLARKE, d. 28 Sep 1848, ae 8 yrs
  • John Phillips, son of John & Prudence CLARKE, b. 17 Dec 1828, d. 22 Oct 1831
  • Sarah W. WHITNEY, wife of Josiah D. WHITNEY & daughter of Rev. Payson WILLISTON, d. 1 Jul 1833, ae 33
  • William Dwight, son of J. D. & S. W. WHITNEY, d. 3 Apr 1826, ae 7 wks
  • Margaretta, daughter of J. D. & S. W. WHITNEY, d. 23 Jun 1836, ae 7 yrs
  • Alice Clarissa, daughter of J. D. & C. J. WHITNEY, d. 25 Mar 1840, ae 6 mos
  • Ellen Douglass, daughter of J. D. & C. J. WHITNEY, d. 27 Jul 1846, ae 18 mos
  • Richard Smith, son of Mr. Noadiah & Mrs. Abigal PEASE, d. 31 Mar 1812, ae 9 mos, 12 days
  • Fanny, daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Hunt BRECK & Mrs. Abigal BRECK, d. 8 Jul 1802, ae 8 yrs, 1 mo, 9 days
  • Achsa Maria, daughter of Cephas & Achsa CLARK, d. 15 Feb 1845, ae 42 yrs
  • A. M., daughter of C. & A. CLARK, d. 8 Oct 1821, ae 8 mos
  • Martin BRECK, son of John & Electa BRECK, d. 12 Sep 1797
  • Mr. William BRECK,, son of Robert BRECK, Esq., & Mrs. Rachel BRECK, d. 11 Sep 1797, in the 24th year of his age
  • Mr. Joseph Hunt BRECK, d. 10 Nov 1801, in the 36th year of his age
  • William CLARK, d. 31 Dec 1842, ae 78
  • Mrs. Jerusha CLARK, wife of Mr. William CLARK, d. 7 Feb 1816, in the 52d year of her age
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. William CLARK, d. 4 Apr 1833, in the 70 year of her age
  • Mr. Lucius CLARK, d. 4 Oct 1819, in the 31st year of his age
  • Miss Miranda, daughter of William & Jerusha CLARK, d. 6 Nov 1825, ae 26 yrs
  • Sarah CLARK, of the same family, d. in Sparta, N. J., 16 Sep 1823, ae 33 yrs
  • John MOIES, d. 24 Sep 1827, ae 50
  • Mrs. Anna MOIES, wife of Mr. John MOIES, d. 1 Aug 1823, ae 47 yrs
  • Miss Elizabeth R. MOIES, daughter of Mr. John & Mrs. Anna MOIES, d. 30 May 1818, in the 22 year of her age
  • Thomas SHEPHERD, b. 27 May 1778, d. 23 Dec 1846
  • Catherine, his wife, b. 23 Dec 1782, d. 24 Nov 1846
  • Elizabeth, wife of Henry SHEPHERD, b. 30 Sep 1817, d, 23 Jan 1848
  • Ogden E. EDWARDS, b. 11 Nov 1802, d. 25 Apr 1848
  • Catherine, daughter of T. SHEPHERD, Esq., of Northampton, & wife of Ogden E. EDWARDS of New York, b. 22 Aug 1806, d. 21 Apr 1843, ae 36 yrs, 8 mos
  • Mary S., d. 3 May 1834, ae 1 yr, 10 mos, 28 days
  • Thomas S., d. 10 Dec 1827, ae 1 yr, 3 mos, 9 days
  • Eugene, d. 10 Dec 1837, ae 1 yr, 2 mos, 12 days
  • Pomeroy, an infant, d. 11 Mar 1843, Children of Ogden E. EDWARDS & Catherine S. EDWARDS, of New York
  • FENNER
  • Charles P. KINGSLEY, d. 2 Jun 1844, ae 45
  • Charles B., son of Cha's P. & Caroline KINGSLEY, d. 7 Aug 1832, ae 11 mos
  • Edward B., son of L. H. & Nancy B. GRAVES, d. 6 Sep 1844
  • Marie Louise, daughter of George & H. A. ABBOT, d. 10 Nov 1846, ae 7 mos
  • Mr. Timothy GRAVES, d. 15 Oct 1829, in the 40th year of his age
  • Mrs. Experience, wife of Justin SMITH, d. 16 Jan 1832, ae 55 yrs
  • James Clinton, son of Charles A. & Caroline H. DEWEY, d. 3 Dec 1832, ae 7 yrs
  • Edward J., son of Charles A. & Caroline H. DEWEY, d. 4 May 1836, ae 3 yrs, 6 mos
  • Henry C., son of Charles A. & Caroline H. DEWEY, d. 18 Apr 1836, ae 17 mos
  • Almira GRANGER, wife of Ebenezer GRANGER, d. 5 Oct 1825, ae 17
  • Mr. Moses PARSONS, d. 1 Jun 1814, in the 83 year of his age
  • Caleb STONG, late Governor of Massachusetts, d. 7 Nov 1819, in the 75th year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah STRONG, wife of Caleb STRONG & daughter of Rev. John HOOKER, d. 12 Feb 1817, in the 60th year of her age
  • Sarah STRONG, daughter of Caleb & Sarah STRONG, d. 26 Oct 1783, ae 2 yrs, 3 mos
  • Edward STRONG, son of Caleb STRONG & Sarah, his wife, b. 2 Jul 1790, educated at Harvard College, d. 6 May 1813, in teh 23 year of his age
  • Phebe STRONG, daughter of Caleb STRONG, Esq., & Mrs. Sarah, his wife, d. 10 Sep 1799, ae 4 yrs, 5 mos
  • Philip STRONG, son of Caleb STRONG, Esq., & Sarah, his wife, d. 17 Aug 1800, ae 1 yr, 5 mos
  • Julia A. STRONG, daughter of Caleb STRONG & Sarah, his wife, d. 1 Oct 1818, ae 25 yrs
  • Elizabeth C., daughter of Lewis & Maria STRONG, d. 1 Jun 1815, ae 3 yrs
  • Julia M., daughter of Lewis & Maria STRONG, d. 20 Nov 1822, ae 2 yrs, 5 mos
  • Rev. Caleb STRONG, son of Lewis & Maria STRONG, for 7 yrs Pastor of the American Presbyterian Church at Montreal, died in that city, 4 Jan 1847, ae 31 yrs
  • Maria C., daughter of Lewis & Mary STRONG, d. 28 Aug 1836, ae 8 yrs
  • Theodore STRONG, son of Lewis & Maria STRONG, d. 31 Aug 1848, ae 22 yrs
  • Maria Elizabeth MATSON, d. 11 May 1847, ae 1 mo
  • Julia Augusta STRONG, youngest daughter of Theodore & Martha STRONG, b. 30 Mar 1822, d. 10 Nov 1827, ae 5 yrs, 7 mos
  • Martha Ann STRONG, daughter of Theodore & Martha STRONG, b. 3 Jun 1811, d. 17 Aug 1831, in the 21st year of her age
  • Sarah H. STRONG, b. 13 Sep 1817, d. 26 Aug 1840
  • Sylvester CLARK, d. 9 Nov 1841, ae 55 yrs
  • Sylvia CHURCH, "a colored woman, who for many years lived in the family of N. STORRS," d. 12 Apr 1822, ae 66. "She was for many years a member of Mr. WILLIAM's church."
  • Sarah GRAY, a "Colored Woman", d. 7 Oct 1831, ae 23
  • Solomon STODDARD, b. 29 Nov 1800, d. 11 Nov 1847. "Graduated at Yale College, 1820. After being connected with various Literary institutions, he was for the last nine years of his life Professor of Languages in Middlebury College."
  • Benna, "Our Dear Little Baby." (no more information)
  • A. A. Tarnava MALCHEWSKI, "A Polish Exile", d. 24 Apr 1837, ae 21. "Erected by his pupils"
  • Charlotte S., wife of J. C. TABOR, of New Bedford, Mass., d. 21 Apr 1837, ae 28
  • James BRIDGMAN, "one of the Pilgrim Fathers, came from England, 1640, came to this town 1654, d. 1676." Sarah, his wife, d. 31 Aug 1668. James, his son, d. 14 Jan 1756, ae 7 mos
  • Sally Maria, daughter of Thomas & Sally Maria BRIDGMAN, b. in Greenville, South Carolina, 14 Nov 1822, d. in Columbus, Ohio, 3 Mar 1834
  • Henry BRIDGMAN, b. in Columbus, 17 May 1836, d. 14 Aug 1837, "is there interred by the side of his sister, S. M. B."
  • Joseph Cook BRIDGMAN, b. 19 May 1827, d. 14 Sep 1846
  • Thomas BRIDGMAN, Esq., d. 14 Oct 1771, in the 31st year of his age. "A descendant of James, grad. at Harvard 1762; M.A. at Yale 1765, studied Law with Major Joseph HAWLEY."
  • Mr. Thomas BRIDGMAN, d. 30 Oct 1742
  • Mr. Thomas BRIDGMAN, d. 5 Aug 1799, in the 32nd year of his age. "Masonic Emblems"
  • Mrs. Elizabeth BRIDGMAN, Relict of Mr. Thomas BRIDGMAN, d. 25 May 1806, ae 36
  • William BRIDGMAN, son of Thomas BIRDGMAN, d. 28 Sep 1802, ae 3 yrs
  • Betsey, daughter of Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Elizabeth BRIDGMAN, d. 20 Feb 1798, ae 11 mos. Also an Infant who d. 8 Jul 1798
  • SETH WRIGHT's FAMILY TOMB
    Hezekiah, son of Seth & Sarah WRIGHT, d. 14 Feb 1815, ae XXXI yrs
    Theodore, son of S. & S. W. d. 21 Jun 1839, ae LV yrs
    Seth WRIGHT, d. 20 Dec 1828, ae LXXIV yrs
    Eliza P., daughter of David & Sarah ADAMS, d. 26 Jul 1815, ae 17 mos
    David ADAMS, d. 2 Jun 1821, ae XXXVI yrs
    Mary Eliza, daughter of D. & S. ADAMS, d. 12 Jul 1825, ae IX yrs
    An Infant Child of Hon. Benjamin & Mary BARRETT, d. 19 Jul 1827
    Georgiana, daughter of Theodore & Mary WRIGHT, d. ----
    David, son of D. & S. ADAMS, d. at Pittsfield, 10 Jan 1835, ae XIV yrs
    Sarah P., daughter of D. & S. ADAMS, d. 20 Nov 1837, ae 19 yrs
    Mary C., daughter of Dr. James & Caroline THOMPSON, d. 24 May 1846, ae 17 mos
    Sarah, wife of Seth WRIGHT d. 26 Aug 1846, ae LXXXVII yrs & XL mos
    Rebecca, Sister of Hon. B. BARRETT, d. 3 Oct 1846, ae LX
  • Isaac Chapman BATES, v. at Granville, Mass, 28 Jan 1776, d. at Washington, D. C., a Senator of the United States, 16 Mar 1845
  • General William LYMAN, American Consul at London, d. 2 Sep 1811, in the 56th year of his age, at Cheltham, England, & was interred in Gloucester Cathedral
  • Mrs. Clarissa WALDO, d. 22 Aug 1820, ae 58
  • HUNTINGTON
    Helen Bethiah H., daughter of C. P. H. & H. S. H., d. 25 Jul 1839
    Helen Sophia, wife of C. P. H. & eldest daughter of Hon. E. H. MILLS, d. 30 Mar 1844
    Henriette Mills H., infant child, 8 Feb 1844
  • Hannah DRAYTON, of Charleston, South Carolina, d. 12 Apr 1833, ae 60
  • Harriet, daughter of Thomas & Harriet EDWARDS, d. 4 Mar 1833, ae 7 mos, 4 days
  • Mr. Holister BAKER, d. 12 Nov 1811, in the 62 year of his age
  • Mr. Nathaniel LUDDEN, d. 22 Nov 1814, ae 28 yrs
  • Sarah, wife of John WRIGHT, d. 20 May 1842, ae 58
  • Mr. Samuel WRIGHT, d. 23 Jun 1818, ae 66 yrs
  • Mrs. Jerusha LYMAN, wife of General William LYMAN, d. 11 Jun 1803, in the 43d year of her age




EPITAPHS - SPRINGFIELD

  • Mari, wife of Elizur HOLYOKE, d. 26 Oct 1657
  • John GLOVER, son of Mr. Pelatiah GLOVER, d. 14 Jan 1664
  • Abilene, wife of Mr. Japhat CHAPIN, d. 17 Nov 1711, ae 68 yrs
  • Mr. Japhat CHAPIN, d. 20 Feb 1712, ae 70 yrs
  • Lt. Abel WRIGHT, d. 29 Oct 1725, ae 94 yrs
  • Sarah, wife of David CHAPIN, d. 6 Feb 1725, ae 38 yrs
  • Widow Margaret BLISS settled in this town 1645, d. 28 Apr 1684
    Samuel, her son, d. 23 Mar 1720
    Ebenezer, his son, d. 7 Sep 1717
    Jedediah, first son, d. 30 Nov 1777, ae 69
    Rachel, his wife, d. 10 Nov 1747
    Miriam, his 2nd wife, d. 19 Nov 1793
    Alex BLISS d. 25 Jul 1843, ae 90
    Margaret, his wife, d. 21 Mar 1788, ae 29
    Abigal, his 2nd wife, d. 6 Jul 1807, ae 39
    Their Children:
    Edmund BLISS, Esq., d. 16 Apr 1821, ae 35
    Alex BLISS, Esq., d. 15 Jul 1827, ae 35
    Margaret, d. 27 Apr 1790, ae 2 yrs
    Thomas W., d. Aug 1799, ae 8 yrs
    Richard, d. 13 Sep 1807, ae 10 days
    Thomas W. d. 7 May 1802, ae 8 mos
  • Children of Elijah W. & Orphana BLISS: Edmund d. 28 Feb 1823, ae 17 mos. Elijah d. 24 Jul 1831, ae 4 yrs. Also 10 children who died under 3 yrs of age.
  • Hon. John PYNCHON, Esq., d. 17 Jan 1702/3, ae 76 yrs
    Mrs. Amy, his wife, d. 9 Jan 1698/9, ae 74 yrs
    William, their son, d. 15 Jun 1654, ae 1 yr
    Mehitable, their dau., d. 24 Jul 1663, ae 2 yrs

    Hon. John PYNCHON, Esq., d. 25 Apr 1721, ae 74 yrs
    Mrs. Margaret, his wife, d. 11 Nov 1716, ae -- yrs

    John PYNCHON, 3d, Esq., d. 12 Jul 1742, ae 68 yrs
    Mrs. Bathshua, his 1st wife, d. 20 Jun 1710, ae 27 yrs
    Mrs. Phebe, his 2d wife, d. 10 Oct 1722, ae 36

    Mr. John PYNCHON, his son, d. 6 Apr 1754, ae 49 yrs

    William PYNCHON, Esq., son of Hon. John PYNCHON 2nd, Esq, d. 1 Jan 1741, ae 52 yrs
    Mrs. Katherine, his wife, d. 10 Apr 1747, ae 47 yrs
    Mrs. Sarah, their daughter, wife of Josiah DWIGHT, Esq., d. 4 Aug 1755, ae 34 yrs
    Hon. Joseph PYNCHON d. 1765
    Edward PYNCHON, Esq., d. 3 Nov 1777, ae 63
    William PYNCHON, Esq., son of John PYNCHON, 3d, d. 11 Jan 1783, ae 80
    Sarah, Relict of Wm. PYNCHON, Esq., d. 21 Feb 1776, ae 84
    Elizabeth, Relict of Benj. COLTON, daughter of John PYNCHON, 3d, Esq., d. 26 Sep 1776, ae 74
    Capt. George PYNCHON, son of John PYNCHON, 3d, d. 26 Jun 1797, ae 81
    Maj. Wm. PYNCHON, d. 24 Mar 1808, ae 60
    Lucy, his wife, d. 17 Feb 1814, ae 75
    John PYNCHON d. 4 Mar 1826, ae 84
    Edward PYNCHON, Esq., d. 17 Mar 1830. ae 56 yrs
    Wm. PYNCHON, d. 12 Aug 1847, ae 71 yrs. [note:-- He lived in the "Old Pynchon House" 19 years. It was torn down in 1831, having stood 171 years.]
  • Col. William SMITH, d. 17 Feb 1806, ae 50 yrs
  • Mrs. Sophia BYERS, Consort of Mr. James BYERS, Jr., b. 4 Sep 1776, d. 23 Feb 1803, ae 26 yrs
  • Capt. James BYERS, d. 2 Nov 1811, ae 70 yrs
  • Mrs. Hannah BYERS, relict of the late James BYERS, Esq., d. 10 Oct 1815, ae 68 yrs
  • John BRYANT, b. in Boston, 11 May 1743, d. in this town, 1 May 1816, ae 73.
  • Also, Hannah Mason BRYANT, his wife, b. in Boston, 21 Dec 1757, d. in this town, 21 Dec 1829
  • Henry Knox BRYANT, son of Capt John & Mrs. Hannah BRYANT, d. 2 Dec 1792, in the 3d year of his age
  • Capt. David MASON, d. 8 Feb 1795, ae 42
  • Gen. Jacob BLISS, d. 27 Mar 1829, ae 66
  • Col. John BLISS, d. 24 Dec 1827, ae 37
  • Jacob BLISS, Jr., d. at New Orleans, 14 Oct 1819, ae 24
  • Emily, daughter of Jacob & Mary BLISS, b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 13 Aug 1800, ae 29 mos
  • Lt. Timothy BLISS, d. 18 Aug 1769, in the 57th year of his age
  • John MALLENFUILD, "A French gentleman, who passing through the town of Springfield, dying, bequeathed all his estate to the poor of this town." He d. 26 Nov 1711
  • Rev. Robert BRECK, A. M., "late pastor of the church of Christ in this place," d. 23 Apr 1784, in the 71st year of his age & 49th of his ministry
  • Benjamin WRIGHT, d. 24 Oct 1704, near the age of 78 yrs
  • Mary SIKES, once Mary WARNER, d. 13 Mar 1724
  • Ensign Increase SIKES, d. 13 Mar 1760, in his 59th yr
  • Mary SIKES, once Mary KNOLTEN, d. 1 Jan 1707/8, ae 30 yrs
  • Doc'tr Jonathan BLISS, d. 29 Oct 1761, in his 63d yr
  • Doct. Pelatiah BLISS, "who being abroad in the Public Service as Surgeon of a Regiment," d. near Albany, 26 Dec 1756 in his 34th yr
  • Also, Pelatiah, his son, d. 8 Nov 1766, in his 18th yr, of Suffield
  • Rev. Mr. Dan'el BREWER, "Pastor of the first Church in Springfield", d. 5 Nov 1733, in the 66th year of his age & 40th of his ministry
  • Mr. Daniel BREWER, Jr., d. 7 Oct 1733, in the 25th year of his age
  • Mrs. Katherine, wife of Rev. Mr. Daniel BREWER, d. 15 May 1754, in her 79th yr
  • Nathaniel BREWER, d. 11 Mar 1796, ae 85
    Eunice, his wife, d. 28 Dec 1774, ae 66
    Doct. Chauncy BREWER, d. 15 Mar 1830, ae 87
    Amy, his wife, d. 21 May 1821, ae 76
    Lucy, their daughter, d. 19 Mar 1801, ae 29
    Kate, their daughter, d. 9 Nov 1786, ae 2 yrs
  • Mr. Charles BREWER d. 12 Mar 1793, ae 76
  • Mrs. Anne BREWER, Relict of Mr. Charles BREWER, d. 24 Mar 1798, ae 86 yrs
  • Susan FREEDOM, d. 28 Dec 1803, ae 19 [note:-- a Colored Girl, brought up by Col. WORTHINGTON]
  • John HUGGINS, Gentleman, d. 1 Aug 1732, ae -- yrs
  • Two sons of Mr. Ellis RUSSELL, who were both drowned together 23 May 1783, viz: Mr. Stephen RUSSELL in the 31 year of his age & Archelaus in the 13 year of his age
  • Mrs. Abigal, wife of Mr. Jacob COOLEY, d. 12 Jan 1786, ae 63 yrs
  • Luke HITCHCOCK, Esq., d. 24 Jan 1727, in the 72d year of his age
  • HOOKER
    John HOOKER, d. 7 Mar 1829, ae 69
    Sarah, his wife d. 5 Sep 1842, ae 78
    Two children died in infancy:
    Richard, 24 Apr 1802, ae 9 mos
    Clarissa, 8 Oct 1804, ae 8 mos
    Mary, d. 17 Jul 1824, ae 25
    Sarah, wife of Dr. HALE, d. 21 Apr 1825, ae 30
    Almira, her only child, d. 15 Oct 1824, ae 6 mos
  • Sarah Dwight, daughter of George & Rachel HOOKER, d. 18 Apr 1824, ae 5 yrs, 3 mos
  • Lucy Ashmun, daughter of George & Rachel HOOKER, d. 1 Oct 1823, ae 9 mos
  • John Hooker, eldest child of F. A. & E. D. PACKARD, b. 20 Jan 1827, d. 20 Jan 1829
  • OSGOOD
    Henry, d. 3 Jul 1834, ae 3 yrs
    Mary Sherburne, d. 19 Jun 1843, ae 29 yrs
  • Mr. Earl COOLEY, "who by a casual blow in a well," d. 15 Nov 1809, in the 50th year of his age
  • Susan SANBORN, wife of Simeon SANBORN, d. 3 May 1834
  • Mr. Jonathan LYMAN, "b. in Lebanon, educated in Yale College where he for .. 5 yrs (was) a Tutor, the last winter an instructor in the academic school at Hatfield, & for 2 yrs past a preacher. Returning from Hatfield, on a visit to his parents, he was taken sick in this town and after 3 days died" 4 May 1766, in the 29th year of his age
  • Hon. Thomas DWIGHT, d. 2 Jan 1819, ae 60
  • Mrs. Hannah DWIGHT, Relict of Thomas DWIGHT, d. 10 Jul 1833,ae 73
  • Hon. Jonathan DWIGHT, b. in this town 28 Dec 1772, d. 22 Mar 1840
  • Miss Margaret DWIGHT, d. 24 Apr MDCCXC, in the 20th year of her age
  • James Scutt DWIGHT, d. 18 Mar 1822. Mary SANDFORD, wife of James Scutt DWIGHT, d. 7 Dec 1844, ae 70
  • James S. DWIGHT, son of James Scutt DWIGHT, d. at Florence, Italy, 24 Feb 1831, ae 33
  • Jonathan DWIGHT, d. 5 Sep 1831, ae 88
  • Mrs. Hannah DWIGHT, Consort of Jonathan DWIGHT, Esq., d. XXVI May MDCCCXXIV, ae LXXIX
  • Mr. Royal BOND, "Merchant of New York, formerly of Boston, who was drowned on the night of 10 Aug 1815, in attempting to cross the ferry at this place." ae 28 yrs
  • Cyrus Pomeroy, son of Cyrus & Miranda COLE, d. 30 Jul 1847, ae 17 mos, 12 days
  • CHILD
    Ann, wife of William CHILD, d. 26 Apr 1846, ae 58
    William CHILD, Esq., d. 27 Jun 1847, ae 59
  • Martha Coggeshall, daughter of G. W. & Isabella CALLENDER, d. 14 Jun 1839, ae 2 yrs, 8 mos
  • John Phelps, son of Harvey & Hannah CHAPIN, d. 25 Aug 1826, ae 7 mos
  • Erastus S. CHAPIN, d. 1 May 1840, ae 21 yrs
  • Francis Newton, son of Erastus & Ulrica CHAPIN, drowned 5 Aug 1820, ae 7 yrs, 10 mos, 9 days
  • Dr. Sam'l KINGSBURY d. 18 Jun 1826, ae 46
    Jemima, his wife, d. 20 Jan 1846, ae 62
    Charles L., their son, d. 23 Mar 1843, ae 34
  • WARE
    William H. WARE, d. 17 Sep 1840, ae 2 yrs, 4 mos
    Mary Eliza, wife of Addison WARE, d. 14 Apr 1846, ae 38
  • Ensign James WARRINER, d. 9 May 1765 in the 73rd year of his age
  • Martha WARRINER, d. 23 Sep 1744, in the 27 year of her age
  • Lt. James WARRINER, d. 17 Mar 1736, in the 68 year of his age
  • Mr. Thomas WARRINER, son of Lt. James WARRINER & his wife, d 13 Jun 1740, in the 37th year of his age
  • Ensign Ebenezer WARRINER, d. 5 Feb 1737 in the 55th year of his age
  • Arabilla, daughter of Mr. Judah CHAPIN & Mrs. Lois CHAPIN, d. 24 Aug 1798, ae 2 yrs, 8 mos
  • Mrs. Joanna, wife of Mr. Samuel BROOKS, d. 17 Mar 1756, in her 45th yr
  • Capt. James SCUTT, d. 10 Sep 1769, in the 87th year of his age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth SCUTT, wife of Capt. James SCUTT, d. 21 May 1770, in the 82nd year of her age
  • Mrs. Eunice BRECK, Consort of the Rev. Robert BRECK & daughter of Rev. Daniel BREWER, b. 28 May 1707, d. 12 Aug 1767
  • Thomas SARGEANT, d. 16 May 1834, ae 61 yrs
  • Thomas SARGEANT, Jr., d. at sea, 25 Jun 1825, ae 27 yrs
  • Ellen SARGEANT, daughter of Henry & Mary M. SARGEANT, d. 27 Feb 1836, ae 2 yrs
  • Mary SARGEANT, daughter of Henry & Mary M. SARGEANT, d. 2 Nov 1838, ae 7 yrs
  • EDWARDS
    Elisha EDWARDS, d. 7 Feb 1840, ae XLV
    Frank EDWARDS, b. 20 Apr 1824, d. 24 Oct 1825
    An Infant Son, b. 21 Dec 1831, d. 22 Jan 1832
    Stanley EDWARDS, b. 26 Nov 1838, d. 23 May 1839
  • Mrs. Sibyl BONTECOU, wife of David BONTECOU, d. 5 May 1810, in the 29th year of her age
  • WILLIAMS
    Eleazer WILLIAMS, d. 3 Oct 1834, ae 64
    Mrs. Charlotte WILLIAMS, d. 22 Feb 1827, ae 54
  • W. DWIGHT
    Thomas, 5 Oct 1840
    Thomas, 1 Sep 1841
  • Ann M., d. 10 Jun 1844, ae 2 wks. Susan A. d. 24 Nov 1844, ae 6 mos. Twin daughters of Josiah & Maria D. HUNT
  • Sarah H. BANCROFT, wife of George BANCROFT, Esq., b. 22 Jan 1803, d. 26 Jun 1837
  • Mary Cushing, daughter of Geo. & Martha E. ASHMUN, b. 2 Apr 1835, d. 9 Oct 1838
  • Sarah Haviland, daughter of Geo. & Martha E. ASHMUN, b. 19 Mar 1837, d. 28 May 1838
  • William Augustus, son of Hon. Charles STEARNS, b. 7 Feb 1843, d. 3 Oct 1845
  • Sarah, Widow of Hon. Jonathan DWIGHT, d. 24 Dec 1848, ae 73
  • Mrs. Caroline, wife of Oliver B. MORRIS, & daughter of the late Hon. George BLISS, Esq., d. 9 Feb 1842, ae 50
  • Henry O., son of Henry & Mary MORRIS, d. 3 May 1845, ae 10 mos
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Elam STOCKBRIDGE, d. 20 Oct 1826, ae 49
  • Dorothy A., daughter of Elam & Elizabeth STOCKBRIDGE, d. 11 Feb 1838, ae 20
  • Frederick BRYANT, d. 21 Jan 1832, ae 4 mos
  • Frederick BRYANT, d 9 Jun 1839
  • Mr. James B. SMITH, who d. in France, 13 Dec 1821, ae 34
  • Adonijah FOOT, b. 22 Oct 1780, d. 13 Oct 1825, ae 45
  • Adonijah, son of Adonijah & Clarissa FOOT, d. 12 Mar 1823, ae 3
  • Festus STEBBINS, d. 21 Jun 1850, ae 82
  • Moses BLISS, Esq., "Many years a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, & Deacon of the Church," d. 4 Jul 1814, in the 79th year of his age
  • Mrs. Abigal BLISS, Consort of Moses BLISS, Esq., d. 29 Aug 1800, in the 63d year of her age
  • Zebina STEBBINS, d. 6 Oct 1835, ae 80
  • Thomas STEBBINS, d. 1 Mar 1836, ae 79





EPITAPHS - WEST SPRINGFIELD
[The Old Burying ground is about half a mile west of the Rail Road Bridge on Connecticut River.]

  • Mr. Nathaniel DWIT, d. at Springfield, 7 Nov 1711, in the 47th year of his age [Probably Nathaniel DWIGHT]
  • Deacon John BARBER, d. 17 Jan 1712, ae 70 yrs
  • Thomas BARBER d. 16 Jan 1714, ae 40 yrs
  • Three daughters of Mr. Gideon & Mrs. Mary LEONARD. Viz: Cynthia d. 26 Sep 1776 in the 4th year of her age. Tamer d. 18 Sep 1776, ae 2 yrs. Mary d. 2 Aug 1777, in the 11 month of her age
  • Ens'n John ELY d. 22 May 1754 in the 47th year of his age
  • Dea'n John ELY d. 15 Jan 1758, in the 80th year of his age
  • Widow Mercy ELY, Consort of Dea'n John ELY, d. 5 May 1763 in the 83d year of her age
  • Mr. Caleb ELY d. 16 May 1754, in the 40th year of his age
  • Samuel ELY, d. 8 Dec 1758, in the 58th year of his age
  • Mrs. Rebecca ENDNS d. 1 Feb 1739 in the 42d year of her age
  • Mrs. Mary ELY, wife of Deac'n Joseph ELY, d. 19 May 1736 in the 71 year of her age
  • Widow Mary ELY, Relict of Mr. Caleb ELY, d. 7 Mar 1783, in the 62 year of her age
  • Mrs. Dorcas, wife of Mr. John ELY, d. 3 Jul 1777, in the 42 year of her age
  • Mrs. Eunice WHITE, Relict of Ens'n John ELY & Rog'r WOLCOTT, Esq., d. at Bolton, 29 Mar 1778, ae 73 yrs, being the wife of Joel WHITE, Esq.
  • Mr. Benjamin STEBBINS, d. 17 Oct 1748, in the 72d year of his age
  • Mr. Benjamin STEBBINS d. 11 Sep 1783, in the 82d year of his age
  • Mr. Benjamin ASHLEY d. 11 May 1772, in the 76th year of his age
  • Mary ELY, 1714
  • Anna, daughter of Mr. Justin ELY & Mrs. Ruth ELY, d. 6 Jan 1776, in the 9th year of her age
  • Three children of Mr. Martin & Mrs. Elizabeth ELY, viz. An Infant b. & d. 7 Jun 1774. Seth, their son d. 3 Oct 1776, ae 16 mos. & Pamlia, their daughter, d. 26 Apr 1787, ae 4 mos, 11 days
  • Mr. Samuel ELY d. 8 Dec 1758, in the 58th year of his age
  • Mr. Samuel DAY, d. 19 Oct 1729, in the 59th year of his age
  • Major John DAY, d. 20 Nov 1752, in the 80th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary DAY, wife of Major John DAY, d. 28 Feb 1742, ae 65 yrs
  • Lt. Nathan MORGAN d. 12 Aug 1784, in the 62d year of his age
  • Mr. David BAGG, d. 19 May 1760, in the 50th year of his age
  • Major John ELY
  • Mr. Thomas MILLER d. 8 Sep 1781, in the 94th year of his age. Also, Mrs. Abigal, his wife, d. 1748 in the 64th year of her age
  • John Andrew ISENSE, b. in littel Biwene, "was a Dragoon in the Prince of Brunswicks Regt., who was killed by lightning," d. 16 Aug 1780 in the 28th year of his age. [note:-- Joseph & Tilley MIRRICK, were under the tree when it was struck by Ligntning; they were both knocked down. Dea. Joseph MIRRICK remained speechless several days. The British Dragoon ISENSE was some 20 feet from the tree, when he was killed, having taken shelter from the storm under a cock of hay.]
  • Dea. Joseph MIRRICK, d. 5 Mar 1792, in the 88th year of his age & 42d of his Office.
  • Mrs. Mary, Consort of Deacon Joseph MIRRICK, d. 3 Jan 1779, in her 73rd yr
  • Mrs. Sarah MIRICK, wife of Lt. James MIRICK, d. 5 Feb 1734, in the 56th year of her age
  • Lt. James MIRICK, d. 8 Sep 1765, in the 95th year of his age
  • Miss Susan, daughter of Mr. Nehemiah & Mrs. Alice RUMRILL, d. 28 Feb 1786, ae 13 yrs

    Copied from Monuments in the New Cemetery on the hill.
  • Mrs. Eleanor, Consort of Mr. Joseph ASHLEY, d. 14 Apr 1808, in the 86th year of her age {note:-- The first person interred in this cemetery]
  • Joseph ASHLEY, d. 8 Apr 1813, in the 93d year of his age




EPITAPHS - HADLEY

  • Doc'r. John WESTGARR_, d. Sep 1675 in the XXXI year of his age
  • Ensign Chileab SMITH d. 7 Mar 1731, ae 96 yrs & Hannah, his wife, d. 31 Aug 1733, ae 88 yrs. "It is worthy of memory that they lived in Marrage state 70 yrs."
  • Rebekah "made by God a meit Help to" Mr. John RUSSELL, d. 21 Nov 1688, in the 57 year of her age
  • Rev. RUSSELLS, d. 10 Dec 1692, in the 66 year of his age.
  • Capt. Moses PORTER, b. in Hadley, 13 Jan 1721, slain by the Indians near Crown Point in the morning scout of 8 Sep 1755
  • Miss Mary KELLOGG, only daughter of Doct. Giles C. KELLOGG, d. 11 Nov 1802, in the 18th year of her age
  • Elizabeth SMITH d. 15 Feb 1727/8 ae 25 yr, Sarg. Jose-- SMITH daug.
  • Mr. Eleazer WORNER, d. 8 May 1722, ae 66 yr
  • Mrs. Sarah MARSH, wife of Ebenezer MARSH, d. 31 Jan 1794, in the 66th year of her age
  • Rev. Jonathan SMITH, "settled in the ministry in Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard, 23 Jan 1788, was dismissed by his desire on account of ill health, 4 Sep 1827, & d. in Hadley, his native place" 14 Apr 1829, ae 31
  • Rev. John BROWN, d. 22 Mar 1839, ae 53 yrs. "8 years pastor of the 1st Church in Hadley." ["note:-- His wife Sarah M. & six children, are interred by his side; they all d. between 1837 & 1842."]
  • Chester SMITH, son of Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Eunice SMITH, "who was instantly killed by the upsetting of a load of wood," 25 Jan 1810, ae 18 yrs
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, Relict of Capt. Moses PORTER, who was b. at East Hartford, 4 Oct 1719, d. at Hadley, 2 Oct 1798
  • John WEBSTER, Esq., "One of the first settlers of Hartford, in Connecticut, who was many years a magistrate or assistant, & afterwards Deputy Governor of that Colony, & in 1659, with three sons, Robert, William & Thomas, associated with others in the purchase & settlement of Hadley, where he died in 1661. This monument is erected, in 1818, by his descendant, Noah Webster, of Amherst."
  • Rev. Isaac CHAUNCY d. 2 May 1745, ae 74
  • Hon. Eleazer PORTER, Esq., d. 6 Nov 1757, ae 59
  • Rev. Samuel HOPKINS, D. D., d. 8 Mar 1811, in the 82 year of his age & 57th of his ministry.
  • Rev. Isaac LYMAN, "pastor of the first church in York for more than 60 years; b. at Northampton, Mass., 25 Feb 1724; graduated Yale College, 1747; ordained 10 Dec 1749; d. 12 Mar 1810, ae 85




EPITAPHS - SOUTH HADLEY

  • John PRESTON, d. 4 Mar 1727, ae 41 yrs, and the first here buried.
  • Col. Ruggles WOODBRIDGE, d. 8 Mar 1819, ae 80
  • Rev. John WOODBRIDGE, Minister of the Gospel of Christ in this town, b. at Springfield, 25 Dec 1702, d. 10 Sep 1783, in the 81 year of his age
  • Mrs. Tryphena, his 1st wife, d. 10 Jan 1749, in her 42d yr
  • Mrs. Martha, his 2d wife, d. 20 Aug 1783, in her 58th yr
  • Rev. Joel HAYES d. 29 Jul 1827, ae 74, having been 45 yrs Pastor of the Church in this place
  • Lt. Luke MONTAGUE, d. 23 Aug 1775, in the 76th year of his age




EPITAPHS - LONGMEADOW

  • Mary COLTON, alias Mary DRAK(E), d. 10 Oct 1682, ae 32
  • Mrs. Experience, wife of Mr. Thomas HALE, d. 12 Sep 1719 in her 42d yr
  • Hezekiah, their son, d. 8 Jan 1720, ae 4 mos
  • Mrs. Elizabeth KEEP d. 29 Jul 1720, in the 12 year of her age
  • Capt. Thomas COLTON d. 30 Sep 1728, ae 77 yrs
  • John GUNN, of Westfield, Quarter Master, d. 17 Sep 1736, ae abt. 82 yrs
  • Deac. Nathaniel BURT, d. 19 Jul 1749, in the 86th year of his age
  • Mr. Solomon, son of Lt. David & Mrs. Mary BURT, "who was suddenly killed by the blowing up of a powder mill," 7 May 1777, in his 19th yr
  • Capt. Isaac COLTON, d. 23 Jan 1757, in his 57th yr
  • Lt. Nathaniel BURT, "who was slain in the memoriable battle of Lake George," 8 Sep 1755, in his 45th yr
  • Rev. Richard S. STORES, pastor of the church in Longmeadow, b. in Mansfield Conn., 30 Aug 1763, graduated at Yale College in 1783, ordained 7 Dec 1785, d. 3 Oct 1819





EPITAPHS - AGAWAM

  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Capt. Jon' WORTHINGTON, d. 10 May 1794, ae 44 yrs
  • Also of Seth, their son, d. 6 Mar 1793, in the 3d year of his age
  • Harriet, "who was murdered by her Husband Samuel LEONARD," 14 Dec 1825, ae 33. Also Delia, their daughter, d. 23 Dec 1825, ae 13 mos
  • Mr. Elnathan BALDWIN, "who was suddenly killed by the wheel of a waggon near Hartford," 13 Jul 1812, ae 40 yrs
  • Capt. Jon' WORTHINGTON d. 14 Aug 1809, ae 65 yrs
  • Mrs. Phebe, wife of Mr. Jonathan WORTHINGTON, d. 17 May 1809, ae 27. Also an Infant babe.
  • Mrs. Sybil WORTHINGTON, Consort of Capt. Jona' WORTHINGTON, who with a new born son d. 29 Mar 1803, ae 43 yrs. Also another Infant Son d. 19 Apr 1796, ae 10 days
  • "Lucy", daughter of Amos & Desire WORTHINGTON, d. 15 Jun 1846, ae 41
  • Job, son of Mr. Amos & Mrs. Desire WORTHINGTON, was drowned 14 Apr 1804, ae 16 mos
  • Mr. John WORTHINGTON, d. 15 Apr 1815 in the 63 year of his age. Also his daughter Abi d. 16 May 1803, ae 16 mos.





EPITAPHS - WESTFIELD

  • Abigail, wife of John NOBLE, d. 3 Jul 1683, in the 20 year of her age
  • John ROOT, d. 24 Sep 1687, ae 44 yrs
  • Mrs. Margaret, wife of Mr. Samuel TAYLOR, b. 22 May 1836, d. 7 Sep 1708 [sic]
  • Mr. Samuel TAYLOR, b. 27 Aug 1675, d. 8 Apr 1709
  • Rev. Mr. Edward TAYLOR, "pastor of ye Church of Christ in this town", d. 24 Jun 1729, in the 87th year of his age
  • Ensign Steven KELLOGG d. 6 Jun 1722, in the 55th year of his age
  • Mrs. Rhoda, wife of Deacon Eldad TAYLOR, d. 22 Jun 1740, in the 29th year of her age
  • Mr. Noah SHELDEN d. 30 Aug 1748, ae 43 yrs
  • Hon. Eldad TAYLOR, Esq., d. in Boston, 21 May 1777, ae 69 & lies in the tomb of the Hon. John WENDELL, Esq.. Also, Mrs. Thankful TAYLOR, his Relict,d.12 Aug 1803, ae 82
  • Mrs. Ruth, Relict of Rev. Mr. Edward TAYLOR, d. 27 Jan 177- in the -- year of her age
  • Mr. Moses ROOT, son of Mr. John & Mrs. Elizabeth ROOT, d. 7 Oct 1744, in the 28th year of his age
  • Ezra, son of Mr. Ezra & Margaret CLAP, d. 19 Jan 1754, ae 20
  • Paul INGERSON, b. 19 Jun 1745 & d. 5 Jul next, son of Mr. Ezra & Mrs. ---
  • Major Mathew IVES, b. at Meriden, Ct., 26 Jun 1773, d. 21 Feb 1840
  • Rev. Joseph MIX, formerly Pastor of the Church in West Suffield, Con., d. 4 Aug 1833, ae 68
  • Eliza BISHOP, b. at Farmington, Ct., 9 Dec 1813, d. while Preceptress of Westfield Academy, 26 Apr 1830
  • Porter FOWLER, d. 12 Oct 1828, ae 39 yrs
  • Mrs. Thankful, wife of Mr. Alexander GRANT, & daughter of Mr. Gad LYMAN, of Northampton, d. 9 Sep 1770, in the 25th year of her age
  • Hon. William SHEPERD, d. 16 Nov 1817, ae 80
  • Capt. John INGERSON, who being in the service of his country, was killed at Lake George, Sep 1755, in the -- year of his age
  • Dea'n Joseph ROOT, d. 7 Jan 1779, in the 74th year of his age
  • Capt. John MOSLEY, d. 1 Sep 1781, in the 56th year of his age
  • General Wareham PARK, d. 6 Mar 1801, ae 49 yrs
  • Edmund ELY, d. 7 Jan 1834, ae 71 yrs
  • Franklin, son of Edmund & Huldah ELY, who was killed on board the U. S. Frigate Fulton at Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 Jun 1829, ae 25 yrs
  • Mrs. Margaret, Consort of Dr. David SHEPERD of Chester, d. 10 Feb 1769, in the 2th year of her age
  • Mrs. Anne, wife of Capt. John KELLOGG, & daughter of Ephraim TERRY, Esq., d. 3 Oct 1764, in the 33 year of her age and her infant babe.
  • Rev. John BALLANTINE, Pastor of the Church of Christ in this place, d. 12 Feb 1776, in the 60th year of his age
  • Rev. Mr. Nehemiah BULL, d. 12 Apr 1740, in the 39th year of his age
  • Col. James TAYLOR, d. 14 Aug 1803, ae 53 yrs
  • John ASHLEY, Esq., d. 16 Apr 1759, in the 90th year of his age
  • James N., Eldest son of Ira & Lucy YOEMANS, instantly killed when on his way to school, by the slide of a bank of earth, 20 Nov 1840, ae 7 yrs
  • Mr. Benjamin, son of Deac. Benjamin & Mrs. Mary DYER, of Windham, Ct., drowned at Westfield, 11 Jul 1805, ae 18 yrs
  • Miss Submit LYMAN killed by the fall of a tree, 9 Jan 1797, ae 29 yrs
  • Zenas ATKINS, suddenly killed while riding in a sleigh and coming in contact with another turning a corner, on the evening of 14 Jan 1816, ae 34
  • Hon. Samuel FOWLER, b. 5 Sep 1747, d. 26 Nov 1823. Jemima FOWLER, his wife, b. 5 Feb 1761, d. 28 Feb 1826
  • Mr. Samuel FOWLER, d. 10 Nov 1744, in his 61st yr




EPITAPHS - HAYDENVILLE

  • Family Monument (the only monument in this village): Josiah HAYDEN d. 26 Jul 1847, ae 79 yrs




EPITAPHS - WILLIAMSBURG

  • Mr. Thomas NASH, d. 12 Mar 1773, in the 81 year of his age
  • Rev. Amos BUTLER, b. in Hartford, settled the first gospel minister in this town, serving for 4 years, d. 13 Oct 1777,in the 30th year of his age
  • Mr. Josiah HAYDEN d. 29 Dec 1810, in the 78th year of his age
  • Edward GERE d. 24 Sep 1832, ae 34
  • Rev. David E. GOODWIN, d. 2 May 1842, ae 31
  • Rev. Chester LORD, d. 8 Nov 1834, ae 22
  • Rev. Joseph STRONG, d. 1 Jan 1803, in the 74th year of his age & 52d of his ministry
  • Mrs. Jane STRONG, wife of Rev. Joseph STRONG, d. 21 Sep 1811, in the 83d year of her age
  • Rev. Henry LORD, for 30 years pastor of the First church in Williamsburg, d. 22 Nov 1834, ae 53
  • Mrs. Fidelia, wife of Rev. H. LORD, .d 25 Nov 1828, ae 35




EPITAPHS - WESTHAMPTON

  • Mrs. Sarah THAYER, wife of Mr. Zebulon THAYER, d. 23 Jan 1786, in the 84th year of her age
  • Mr. John PARSONS, the first person buried in this yard, d. 23 Mar 1791, ae 46
  • Sylvester JUDD, Esq., d. 19 Sep 1832, ae 79 yrs
  • Mrs. Hannah JUDD, Consort of Sylvester JUDD, Esq., & daughter of Samuel BURT, of Southampton, b. 2 Apr 1754 & d. 27 Jan 1821, ae 66 yrs
  • Mrs. Lydia PARSONS, Consort of Mr. John PARSONS, d. 25 Dec 1794, ae 53
  • Mrs. Eunice CLARK, d. 4 Dec 1791, ae 40 yrs, 28 days. Also their children: Rozel, d. 21 Apr 1779, ae 21 days; Medad d. 21 Apr 1791, ae 6 mos, 17 days
  • Mr. Thomas CLAPP d. 27 Sep 1797, ae 35 yrs
  • Capt. Jared HUNT, d. 24 Sep 1812, in the 52d year of his age
  • Paul BULLARD, son of Mr. John & Mrs. Jeanna BULLARD, who was drowned 23 Aug 1796, in the 18th year of his age
  • Timothy EDWARDS, son of Mr. Timothy & Mrs. Thankful EDWARDS, who was drowned 23 Aug 1796, in the 12th year of his age
  • Rev. Enoch HALE, for 56 yrs Minister of the Church in this town, b. 28 Oct 1753, at Coventry, Conn., Ordained 27 Sep 1779, as the first pastor of the Church in this Town, d. 14 Jan 1837, ae 84 yrs
  • Octavia, wife of Rev. Enoch HALE & daughter of Rev. Ben'j THROOP, b. 7 Jul 1754, at Bozrah, Conn., m. 30 Sep 1781, d. 18 Aug 1839, ae 85 yrs
  • Mr. Asa THAYER, d. 14 Mar 1809, in the 61st year of his age
  • Mr. Timothy EDWARDS, d. 11 Apr 1834, ae 83 yrs
  • Capt. Noah COOK, d. 23 May 1832, ae 75 yrs
  • Mr. Solomon JUDD, d. 8 Nov 1830, in the 73d year of his age
  • Hophni JUDD, Esq., son of Sylvester JUDD, Esq., & Hannah JUDD, b. 8 Jul 1793, graduated Williams College, 1812, admitted as Attorney at Law, 1816, d. 15 Mar 1818, ae 24 yrs
  • Capt. Azariah LYMAN, d. 23 Oct 1833, ae 85 yrs
  • Mr. Peter MONTAGUE, d. 24 Sep 1822, ae 71 yrs




EPITAPHS - EASTHAMPTON

  • Catherine, daughter of Mr. Stephen & Mrs. Catherine WRIGHT, d. 14 Feb 1761, in her 6th yr
  • Maj. Jonathan CLAP, d. 10 may 1782, in the 69th year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah, wife of Mr. Ebenezer CORSE, d. 3 Jan 1768, in the 73 year of her age
  • Capt. Stephen WRIGHT, d. 15 Feb 1763, in the 71 year of his age
  • Mrs. Esther, relict of Capt. Stephen WRIGHT, d. 26 Nov 1770, in the 76 year of her age
  • Mr. Eben'r CORSE, d. 4 May 1776, in the 85 year of his age
  • Mrs. Elisabeth, wife of Mr. Josiah PARSONS, d. 6 Aug 1775, in the 78 year of her age
  • Capt. Luther CLAP, d. 17 Aug, ae 31 yrs & his wife, Mrs. Tirzah CLAP, d. 31 Aug, 1811, both victims of Typhus Fever




EPITAPHS - SOUTHHAMPTON

  • Mr. Simeon WAIT, d. 14 --- 1738, -- yrs
  • Mr. John KINGSLEY, d. 30 Apr 1756, in the 23 year of his age
  • Mr. Phineas KING, d. 10 Jan 1768, in the 62d year of his age
  • Mr. Roger CLAP, d. 3 Jan 1773, in the 65th year of his age
  • Mrs. Anny wife of Mr. Roger CLAP, d. 7 Jul 1766, in the 54 year of her age
  • Lemuel POMEROY, Esq., d. 14 Dec 1819, in the 82 year of his age
  • Mr. Benjamin LYMAN d. 1 May 1762, in the 60th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary, Relict of Mr. Benj'n LYMAN, d. 17 Aug 1782, in the 75th year of her age
  • Rev. Vinson GOULD, d. 4 Apr 1841, ae LXVII
  • Rev. Jonathan JUDD, first Minister of Chirst in Southampton, d. 28 Jul 1803, in the 84th year of his age & Mrs Silence JUDD, his wife, who d. 25 Oct 1783, in the 63d year of her age
  • Also their four grand-children: Sons of Sylvester JUDD, Esq., & Mrs. Hannah JUDD. The 1st d. 1 Jun 1775, ae 12 hours. The 2d, 28 Sep 1776, ae 5 wks. The 3rd, 23 Feb 1779, ae 24 hours. The 4th, 15 Apr 1780, ae 11 wks.
  • Jonathan JUDD, Esq., d. 30 Jan 1819, in the 75 year of his age; b. 7 Oct 1744, old style, & graduated Yale College, 1765. Oldest son of Rev. Jonathan JUDD, the first Minister of the Gospel in Southampton, who was the son of William JUDD, and Grandson of Thomas JUDD, both of whom lived in Waterbury, Conn.




EPITAPHS - AMHERST

  • Mr. John SCOTT d. 27 Oct 1737, ae -- yrs, of Kingstown
  • Mr. William SCOTT, son ----
  • Rev. Mr. David PARSONS, 1st Pastor of the Church at Amherst, d. 1 Jan 1781, in the 69 year of his age & 41st of his ministry
  • Mrs. Eunice PARSONS, Consort of Rev. David PARSONS, d. 20 Sep 1796 in the 94 year of her age
  • Rev. Royal WASHBURN, b. at Royalton, Vt, 6 Dec 1797; graduated at Vermont University, 1820 & at Andover Theological Seminary, 1824, settled as Pastor of the first church & parish, Amherst, 4 Jan 1826, d. 1 Jan 1833.
  • Rev. Ichabod DRAPER, grad. Harvard Coll., 1783, ordained over the 2d East Parish, in this town, 1785, dismissed in 1809, d. 17 Dec 1827, ae 72
  • Rev. Nathan PERKINS, b. at West Hartford, Conn., Aug 1777, grad. Yale College, Sep 1795, Ordained over the 2d Congregational Church in Amherst, Mass., 10 Oct 1810, d. 28 Mar 1842, in the 66th year of his age & 33d of his ministry
  • Rev. Pomeroy BELDEN, b. 15 Mar 1811, Grad. Amherst Coll, 1833, Ordained 8 Aug 1837, was Minister of the Orthadox Society in S. Deerfield, 5 yrs, installed Pastor of the Church in Amherst, E. Parish, 14 Sep 1842, d. 2 Mar 1849
  • Lt. Solomon BOLTWOOD, the 3d, d. 12 Dec 1805, in the 46th year of his age. "His death was occasioned by being suddenly thrown from a bridge, while raising ye same."
  • Doct. Seth COLEMAN, d. 9 Sep 1816, ae 76
  • Capt. Calvin MERRILL, d. 15 Mar 1820, ae 55 [Masonic Emblems]
  • Gen. Ebenezer MATTOON, d. 11 Sep 1843, ae 88
  • Sarah, daughter of Park & Joanna A. WARNER< d. 3 Mar 1828, ae 1 day
  • Rev. Austin DICKINSON, b. in Amherst, Ms., 15 Feb 1791, Grad. at Darmouth College, 1813, d. in the city of New York, 15 Aug 1849, ae 58
  • Samuel F. DICKINSON, d. at Hudson O., 22 Apr 1838, ae 62. Lucretia G. DICKINSON, his wife, d. at Enfield, Mass., 11 May 1840, ae 64. "Their remains were removed to this spot by their children."
  • Doct. Robert CUTLER, d. 10 Mar 1835, ae 86
  • Dr. Isaac G. CUTLER, d. 29 Nov 1834, ae 52
  • Dr. William F. SELLON, d. 31 Dec 1842, ae 56
  • Simeon STRONG, Esq. (Judge of the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Mass.) d, 14 Dec 1805, in the 70 year of his age
  • Jonathan KELLOGG, d. 28 Feb 1823, ae 63 yrs
  • Mary, wife of Jonathan KELLOGG, d. 5 Mar 1823, ae 61 yrs
  • Mrs. Lois, wife of Mr. Chester KELLOGG, d. 13 Dec 1809, ae 20 yrs
  • Chester KELLOGG d. 7 Jan 1849, ae 61 yrs
  • Ira KELLOGG, d. 16 Nov 1843, ae 57 yrs
  • Rev. Zephaniah Swift MOORE, D. D., President of the College at Amherst, Bachelor of Arts at Hanover in 1793, Pastor of the Church at Liecester 14 yrs, Professor of languages at Dartmouth College 4 yrs, President of Williams College 2 yrs, d. 30 Jun 1823, in the 52d year of his age
  • Mr. Titus WARNER d. 12 Apr 1818, in his 50 yr
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Titus WARNER, d. 15 Nov 1843, ae 70




EPITAPHS - HATFIELD

  • Deacon Obadiah DICKINSON, d. Jun 1788, in the 84th year of his age
  • Hon. Israel WILLIAMS, Esq., d. 10 Jan 1788, in the 79 year of his age
  • Mrs. Sarah WILLIAMS, daughter of Hon. John CHESTER, Esq., & wife of Hon. Israel WILLIAMS, Esq., d. 18 Sep 1770, ae 63
  • Rev. Timothy WOODBRIDGE, for 30 yrs Pastor of the Church of Christ in Hatfield, d. 3 Jun 1770, in the 58 year of his age
  • Mr. Jacob WALKER, d. 17 FEb 1787, in the 32 year of his age. [note: killed in a dasterdly manner, by one of the deluded followers of Shays in the time of an alarming insurrection in New England.]
  • Hon. John HASTINGS, Esq., 36 yrs an upright magistrate, & for 23 yrs a Senator or Counsellor of this Commonwealth, d. 6 Dec 1811, in the 74 year of his age
  • Oliver PARTRIDGE, Esq., d. 21 Jul 1792 in the 81 year of his age [note:-- descendant of William Partridge who came from Berwick on Tweed, in Great Britain & died in Hadley. Olvier was the son of Edward, Edward was the son of Samuel, Samuel was the son of William, who was one of the first adventurers in forming settlements on the Connecticut River in the 17th century.]
  • Mrs. Anna PARTRIDGE, wife of Oliver PARTRIDGE, Esq., d. 21 Dec 1802, in the 86 year of her age




EPITAPHS - CHESTERFIELD

  • Benjamin MILLS, Esq., first Minister of the Gospel in this town, d. 14 Mar 1785, in the 46th year of his age
  • Mrs. Mary MILLS, wife of Benjamin MILLS, Esq., d. 30 Jun 1779, ae 40 yrs
  • Mrs. Persis WHITE, wife of Mr. Josiah WHITE, d. 6 Oct 1797, ae 31. Also, her sister, Mrs. Francis MERICK, wife of Joseph MERICK, d. 5 Oct 1797, ae 27.
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Capt. Joseph BURNELL, d. 29 Jun 1797, in the 72 year of her age
  • Deacon Benjamin PRICE, d. 11 May 1809, in the 64 year of his age
  • Benjamin BRYANT, d. 3 Aug 1788, ae 54 yrs
  • Miss Mary WHITE, daughter of Esq. Asa & Zilpah WHITE, d. 28 Feb 1814, ae 23
  • Ruth STETSON, d. 12 Apr 1809, in the 63d year of her age
  • Abiel STETSON, d. 28 Aug 1819, in the 81st year of his age
  • Capt. Joshua HEALY, d. 23 May 1791, ae 64 yrs
  • Mr. Benjamin, son of Mr. Seth & Mrs. Martha TAYLOR, d. 28 Jul 1797, in the 19 year of his age
  • Mr. Stephen BAKER, d. 29 Apr 1813, in the 82 year of his age




EPITAPHS - DEERFIELD

  • Joseph BARNARD, d. 6 Sep 1695, ae 45 yrs
  • Limon BEAMON, d. 1701/2, ae 54
  • Hannah BEAMON, d. 13 May 1739, in the 94th year of her age
  • M. A. d. 7 Nov 1696
  • S. F.
  • Lt. Menuman HINSDALE, d. 9 May 1736, in the 63d year of his age. [note:- the first white child born in this place, and was twice captured by the Indians.]
  • E. A.
  • Col. Ephraim WILLIAMS, Esq., of Stockbridge, d. 11 Aug 1754, in the 63d year of his age
  • Thomas WILLIAMS, Esq., d. 28 Sep 1775, ae 57
  • Rev. Mr. John WILLIAMS, Pastor of this place, d. 12 Jun 1729, in the 65th year of his age
  • Col. John HAWKS, d. 24 Jun 1784, in the 77th year of his age
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of John HAWKS, d. 28 Feb 1799, ae 66
  • Mrs. Eunice WILLIAMS, wife of Rev. John WILLIAMS, & daughter of Rev. Eleazer & Mrs. Esther MATHER, of Northampton. She was b. 2 Aug 1664, and "fell by the rage of the barbarous enemy," 1 Mar 1703/4
  • Mrs. Abigail WILLIAMS, relict of Rev. Mr. John WILLIAMS, d. 27 Jun 1754, in the 82d year of her age
  • Mr. Justin BULL, d. 5 Jun 1795, ae 61 yrs
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Mr. Samuel DICKINSON, drowned 3 Sep 1740, in the 36th year of her age, & Hebzibah, daughter of Mr. Samuel & Mrs. Hannah DICKINSON, who drowned 3 Sep 1740, in the 8th year of her age
  • Doct. Thomas WELLS, d. 7 Mar 1713, in the 59th year of his age




EPITAPHS - BATTLE MONUMENT AT BLOODY BROOK

Erected Aug 1831. On this ground Capt. Thomas LATHROP, & Eighty-four Men under his command, including Eighteen teamsters from Deerfield, Conveying Stores from that town to Hadley, were ambuscaded by about 700 Indians and the Captain & Seventy-six Men Slain, 18 Sep 1765, (old style). The Soldiers who fell, were described by a contemporary Historian as a Choice Company of Young Men, the very flower of the County of Essex. None of whom were ashamed to Speak with the enemy in the gate. The grave of the Slain is marked by a Stone Slab 21 Rods Southerly of this Monument.

  • GRAVE OF CAPT. LATHROP & MEN SLAIN BY THE INDIANS, 1675




EPITAPHS - GREENFIELD

  • Edward ALLIN d. 10 Dec 1756 in the 69 year of his age
  • Obed, son of Mr. Ebenezer & Mrs. Elizabeth WELLS, d. 10 Sep 1758, ae 11 yrs, 7 mos
  • Mr. Joel GRAVES, d. 16 Apr 1760, ae 23 yrs
  • Mr. Asa WELLS, d. 7 Nov 1761, in the 32 year of his age
  • Mrs. Sebra, wife of Capt. Isaac NEWTON, d. 25 Dec 1775, in the 25th year of her age
  • Mrs. Rebeckah HINSDALE, wife of Mr. Samuel HINSDALE, d. 16 Aug 1750, in the 48th year of her age
  • Rev. Roger NEWTON, D. D., was ordained to the Gospel Ministry in this town, 18 Nov 1761 & d. 10 Dec 1816, in the 80 year of his age & 56 of his ministry.
  • Mrs. Mary NEWCOMB, wife of R. E. NEWCOMB, Esq., & last surviving child of Gen. Joseph WARREN, who fell on Bunker Hill, 17 Jun 1775, d. 9 Feb 1826, ae 54




EPITAPHS - MONTAGUE

  • Mr. Elijah BARDWELL, d. 26 Jan 1786, in the 27th year of his age. "Having but a few days survived ye fatal night, when he was flung from his horse, and drawn by ye stirrups 26 rods along ye path, as appeared by the place where his hat was found, and here he had spent ye whole of the following severe cold night, treading down the snow in a small circle. The family he left was an aged father, a wife, and three small children."




EPITAPHS - BERNARDSTON

  • Hon. Major John BURKE, d. 27 Oct 1784, in the 67th year of his age




EPITAPHS - BELCHERTOWN

  • Rev. Justus FORWARD, Pastor of the Church in Belchertown, d. 8 Mar 1814, in the 84th year of his age & 59th of his ministry




EPITAPHS - VERNON, VERMONT

  • Jonathan, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jemime TUTE, b. 12 May 1763, d. 25 Apr 1777
  • Sarah Newell, wife of George SEMOUR, daughter of Arad & Sarah HUNT, b. 7 May 1821, d. at Litchfield, CT, 21 Apr 1843
  • Mrs. Martha BRIDGMAN, d. 3 Apr 1766, in the 68th year of her age
  • Capt. Orlando BRIDGMAN, d. 4 Jun 1771, in the 70th year of his age
  • Hon. John BRIDGMAN, Esq., d. 26 Feb, 1805, ae 68
  • Mrs. Ruth BRIDGMAN, wife of John BRIDGMAN, Esq., d. 1 Jun 1797, in the 58th year of her age
  • Miranda, daughter of John & Ruth BRIDGMAN, "fell prey to the flames that consumed her Father's Hoose", 11 Jun 1791, ae 28
  • Mr. Amos Tute, d. 17 Apr 1790, in the 60th year of his age
  • Mrs. Jemima TUTE, Successively Relict of Messrs. William PHIPS, Caleb HOWE & Amos TUTE. The first two were killed by Indians, PHIPS, 5 Jul 1743, HOWE, 27 Jun 1755. When HOWE was killed, she & her children, then 7 in number, were carried into captivity. The oldest daughter went to France & was married to a French gentleman. The youngest was torn from her breast and perished with hunger. By the aid of some benevolent Gent'n, and her own personal heroism, she recovered the res. She had two by her last husband, outlived both him & them, & died 7 Mar 1805.
  • Mr. James TUTE d. 14 Apr 1775, ae abt. 90 yrs
  • Hon. Jonathan HUNT, born in Northfield, Mass., 23 Sep 1738, d. in Vernon, 1 Jun 1823, ae 85
  • Susannah, widow of Hon. Jonathan HUNT, d. 29 Jun 1834, ae 85

Blind Counter


NY INDEX