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NAME BORN DIED AGE OTHER
BROWN, Christina MOORE   1854 Aug. 5
at Coldwater, Mich.
20 yrs. w/o Wm. H. Brown
See Note #1
BROWN, John J.   1854 Aug. 9 2 m's 10 d's s/o W. H. & C. M. Brown
MOORE, Jason 1798 Aug. 31 1887 Mar. 23    
SPRAGUE, Arthur B.   1850 Jul. 23 9 Mos. s/o B. D. & H. F. Sprague
See Note #2
WHIPPLE, Samuel L.   1825 Jul. 27 5 yr 5 m. s/o Dr. Sam'l. L. & Rispah Whipple
See Note #3
WHIPPLE, Derick C. L.   1825 Jul. 24   s/o Dr. Sam'l. L. & Rispah Whipple
See Note #4
REED, Morgan   1853 Jul. 29 29 yrs.  
REED, Chester 1787 Sep. 25
Ganby, Ct.
1856 Nov. 18
Mantua, Ohio
   
REED, Hester MILLER 1785 Nov. 7
Ganby, Ct.
1874 Nov. 9 89 yrs. w/o Chester Reed
REED, Melissa   1815 Apr. 22 7 yrs. d/o Chester & Hester Reed
REED, Justin   1841 Jun. 8 57 yrs.  
REED, Rispah   1845 Oct. 9 53 yrs. His Wife (Justin Reed)
NORTON, John   1859 May 1 72 yrs.  
NORTON, Mehitable   1840 Jan. 19 58 yrs. w/o John Norton
See Note #5
MOORE, Sam'l.   1816 Nov. 3 53 yrs. A Native of Ct.
MOORE, Eunice (GILLETT)   1850 Oct. 10 80 yrs. w/o Samuel Moore
MOORE, Perlea   1843 Jul. 22 37 yrs. d/o Samuel & Eunice Moore
See Note #6
MOORE, Samuel   1846 Feb. 17 22 yrs. s/o Samuel & Elizabeth Moore
MOORE, Halsey G.   1846 Dec. 25 21 yrs. s/o Samuel & Elizabeth Moore
MATTESON, Penelope 1815 Apr. 27 1849 Sept. 2   w/o Hiram Matteson
ROOT, Sarah P. HARMON   1852 Jun. 4 35 yrs. w/o John D. Root - d/o Seth & Mary Harmon
ROOT, Belle 1849 Feb. 2 1876 Oct. 28   d/o J. D. & S. P. Root
ROOT, Seth H.   1847 Jan. 17 8 mos. s/o J. D. & S. P. Root
ROOT, Robert B.   1848 Oct. 20 3 mos. s/o A. W. & M. H. Root
LADD, Horace 1789 Oct. 1
Vernon, Ct.
1849 Jul. 30
Mantua, O.
In 60th yr.  
LADD, Eunice K. (Moore) 1796 Apr. 22
Southwick, Mass
1854 Mar. 12   w/o Horace Ladd
LADD, Harriet   1832 Sep. 28 8 yrs. d/o Horace & Eunice K. Ladd
SIZER, Lucy G. (Ladd)     30 yrs. w/o Horace Sizer, Jr.
(Stone defaced - she died 1850)
JONES, Taylor   1870 Sep. 23 80 yrs.  
BISSELL, Laura A. (Hartson) 1814 Feb. 20 1841 Feb. 23   w/o Jonathan B. Bissell, Jr.
BISSELL, Jonathan   1841 Mar. 19 5 weeks s/o J. B. & L. A. Bissell
JONES, Hannah ESTY   1865 Mar. 22 7 yrs. w/o Taylor Jones
REED, Sylvester 1795 1880    
REED, Mary 1796 1855    
REED, Albert M., Rev. 1820 1846   See Note #7
REED, Cornelius I. 1831 1847    
SQUIRE, Ezekiel, Doctor   1822 Sep. 5 41st year of his age See Note #8
SQUIRE, Clarissa   1853 Nov. 1 71 yrs. w/o Dr. Ezekiel Squire
MERRYFIELD, Thomas   1825 80 yrs.  
MERRYFIELD, Eunice   1845   his wife (Thomas Merryfield)
MERRYFIELD, John N.   1834 May 27 49 yrs.  
MERRYFIELD, Edy (Ensign)   1865 Feb. 27 83 yrs. his wife (John Merryfield)
KING, John R. 1810 Oct. 15 1877 Feb. 28    
KING, Hannah 1813 Apr. 7 1892 Jan. 21   his wife (John R. King)
KING, Orson 1844 Dec. 19 1853 Jul. 20   Our Children (John R & Hannah King)
KING, Merit 1847 Aug. 5 1853 Jul. 20   Our Children (John R & Hannah King)
KING, Minnie 1851 Nov. 11 1855 Jun. 14   Our Children (John R & Hannah King)
KING, Perlea 1859 Mar. 2 1862 Dec. 13   Our Children (John R & Hannah King)
KING, Sister Nellie 1815 Apr. 27 1849 Sep. 2   (maybe a King)
MAY, Hesekiah   1854 Apr. 12 72 yrs.  
MAY, Artemisia   1847 Dec. 7 58 yrs. 5 mos. 3 ds. w/o Hesekiah May
BIDLAKE, Margaret   1854 Jul. 25 75 yrs. w/o Daniel Bidlake
BIDLAKE, Dorathy   1845 Jul. 24 26 yrs. d/o Daniel & Margaret Bidlake
See Note #9
BIDLAKE, Daniel   1861 Aug. 20 79 yrs.  
WILCOX, Wallace W.   1849 Jan. 18 4 yrs. 1 mo. s/o Norman N. & Caroline A. Wilcox
DICKINSON, Lucy M.   1865 Mar. 19 63 yrs. w/o A. Dickinson
HARTSHORN, Amander O.   1853 2 yrs. 6 mos. s/o Elisha & Eliza Hartshorn
McELWAIN, David 1777 1842    
McELWAIN, Eunice 1820 1845    
McELWAIN, Lucy Hancock 1779 1835    
McELWAIN, David 1809 1835    
CARLTON, Sherman   1851 Feb. 20 37 yrs. 8 mos.  
CARLTON, Celina   ____ June 1   d/o Sherman & Eliza Carlton
CARLTON, Clarissa   1853 Dec. 1 11 mos. d/o Sherman & Eliza Carlton
CARLTON, Lydia   1845 Sep. 27 20 yrs. d/o Peter & Clarissa Carlton
McMURDY, Sarah   1845 May 27 22 yrs. w/o Dr. R. S. McMurdy & d/o Peter & Clarissa Carlton
CARLTON, Peter   1861 May 22 75 yrs.  
CARLTON, Clarissa 1789 Feb. 25 1883 Jan. 10   w/o Peter Carlton
See Note #10
Carlton, George W. 1811 Sep. 5 1836 Aug. 29   Eldest s/o Peter & Clarissa Carlton
See Note #11
CARLTON, G. S.   1870 Oct. 16 26 yrs. Our Brother - A member of C. F 42 Regt. O.V.I.
CURTIS, Emelieh   1841 Dec. 20 27 yrs. w/o Charles S. Curtis - d/o Stephen & Margaret Baker
DAYTON, Mary S. (Sheldon)   1877 May 6 74 yrs. w/o Charles Phelps and John Dayton
PHELPS, Charles 1795 Dec. 27
Granby, Conn.
1848 Feb. 6
Mantua, Ohio
   
CALKINS, Elias   1824 Nov. 20 35 yrs.  
HOLBROOK, Mary M.   1823 Jul. 8 5 mos. 20 ds. d/o Ralph & Margaret Holbrook
See Note #12
HOLBROOK, Martha   1840 Sep. 18 19 yrs. d/o Ralph & Margaret Holbrook
HERRICK, Betsey   1849 Jul. 18 29 yrs. w/o J. T. Herrick & d/o R. & M. Holbrook
CANN, Isabella H. 1830
England
1856 Sep. 8 26 yrs. d/o Wm. & Mary Cann
CANN, Charles   1856 Sep. 2 14 weeks s/o P. H. & M. A. Cann
See Note #13
ROOT, Remembrance   1836 Jun. 21 65 Late of Belchertown, Mass.
See Note #14
SHEFFIELD, Jane R. (Taylor)   1854 Apr. 8 25 yrs. w/o G. W. Sheffield
CARLTON, Dudley 1796 Sep. 3
Ct.
1876 Aug. 30    
CARLTON, Lydia EATON 1791 Aug. 31
Ct.
1867 Nov. 28   His wife (w/o Dudley Carlton)
CARLTON, Caleb, Capt. 1758
Ct.
1823 Nov. 9    
CARLTON, Margaret DAY 1758
Ct.
1840 Oct. 3    
MESSENGER, Sebra   1827 Jan. 17 12 yrs. d/o Wm. & Ruth Messenger
MESSENGER, Wm.   1855 Nov. 15 73 yrs.  
MESSENGER, Ruth MILLER   1873 Aug. 13 91 yrs. w/o William Messenger
TYLER, Mariah       w/o Jesse Tyler
(the remainder of stone is illegible)
TAYLOR, William F.   1859 Oct. 14 6 mos. 17 ds. s/o W. G. & F. A. Taylor
MESSENGER, Milton 1837 Aug. 16 1839 Sep. 27   s/o Jerome & Maranhah Messenger
MESSENGER, Orpha   1851 Jan. 2 8 yrs. 10 mos. 11 ds. Children of J. & M. Messenger
MESSENGER, Julius   1851 Aug. 3 7 yrs. 1 mo. 28 ds. Children of J. & M. Messenger
ALMY, Charles R.   1878 Apr. 7 82 yrs. 7 mos.  
ALMY, Rebecca   1882 Jun. 25 85 yrs. 10 mos. w/o C. R. Almy
ALMY, Maria   1845 Jun. 10 19 yrs. 6 mos.  
MATTESON, Major   1872 Dec. 11 73 yrs.  
MATTESON, Patience   1861 May 13 60 yrs. 10 mos. 11 ds. w/o Major Matteson
MATTESON, Orlando J.   1848 Jul. 30 16 yrs. 9 mos. 19 ds. s/o Major & Patience Matteson
PATTERSON, Ellen L.   1859 Feb. 2 18 yrs. d/o K. H. & M. Patterson
PATTERSON, K. H.   1847 Oct. 11 37 yrs.  
HERRICK, Elisha   1863 Jun. 14 86 yrs.  
HERRICK, Polly   1862 Feb. 3 75 yrs. w/o Elisha Herrick
HERRICK, Alfred   1836 Dec. 9 21 yrs. }son & dau of E. M. Herrick
HERRICK, Genett   1841 Feb. 15 30 yrs.
SHELDON, Seth   1835 Mar. 24 30 yrs.  
VIERS, D. M.       Co. H. 104th, Ohio Inf.
BESTOR, Alvan   1831 Jan. 27 in 53 yr of his age  
BESTOR, Lucy (Carlton)   1863 Jan. 23 in 81st yr of his age His wife (Alvan Bestor)
NORAGON, John   1851 Dec. 10 40 yrs. 7 mos. 12 ds.  
NORAGON, Mary R. (Reed)   1872 May 31 54 yrs. 10 mos. 24 ds. w/o John Noragon
NORAGON, Louis Albert   1850 Jul. 10 8 mos. s/o John & Mary Noragon
HOPKINS,,,, Ellen Maria   1842 May 19   d/o Titus B. & Diantha
COBB, Samuel   1852 Dec. 22 67 yrs. formerly of Suffield, Ct.
COBB, Harriet S. (Sheldon)   1860 Dec. 16 67 yrs. w/o Samuel Cobb
HARMON, Demas   1842 May 19 37 yrs.  
NOONEY, King   1848 Oct. 9 52 yrs.  
WILKINSON, Jonas O.   1840 Dec. 16 27 yrs.  
SHELDON, Simeon   1843 Aug. 9 48 yrs.  
SHELDON, EUNICE   1849 Aug. 23 49 yrs. w/o Simeon Sheldon
See Note #15
SHELDON, H. C. 1823 Sep. 13 1850 Jan. 10    
REDFIELD, Julia 1826 Sep. 12 1895 Jan. 20   See Note #16
SHELDON, S. J.   1892 Jun. 7 44 yrs  
SHELDON, Julia P.   1885 Nov. 7 37 yrs. w/o S. J. Sheldon
HAMILTON, Thomas H.   1826 Sep. 27 37 yrs. See Note #17
MOORE, Mary L.   1849 Aug. 10 24 yrs. 11 mos. w/o Rev. Mark M. Moore and
2nd d/o Simeon & Eunice Sheldon
SHELDON, Newton S.   1850 Oct. 25 21 yrs.  
NOTES:
Note #1 - Christina Moore Brown - "Fond hopes long cherished have been crushed.  The most tender tie been riven, A Mortal voice on Earth is hushed, An Angel sings in Heaven"
Note #2 - Arthur B. Sprague - "Yonder bright star shall conduct thee to Heaven"
Note #3 - Samuel L. Whipple - "Then cease fond parents cease to mourn - Religion points on high, Although I heave you here alone, You too must shortly die."
Note #4 - Direck C. L. Whipple - "The once loved form now cold and dead, Each mournful thought employs, And nature weeps her comfort fled (Stone defaced)
Note #5 - Mehitable Norton - "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord"
Note #6 - Perlea Moore - This young lady furnished the pillow of feathers used in tarring and feathering Joseph Smith, the Mormon leader,, at Hiram, Ohio, in 1832.
Note #7 - Rev. Albert M. Reed - "Servant of God, well done, Thy glorious warefare past; The battle fought, th rae is run, And thou art crowned at last.
Note #8 - Doctor Ezekiel Squire - "Just in the midst of useful life, Death comes with his unfeeling knife,
Death comes with his unfeeling knife - Doth sever off lifes brittle cord, And Summons man before the Lord.  Reader, attend - do not forget; To have thy house in order set.
Note #9 - Dorathy Bidlake - "Rest thou sainted one, till the voice of the Archangel, and the trump of God, shall reanimate thy slumbering dust."
Note #10 - Clarissa Carlton - "Precious in teh sight of the Lord is the death of his saints."
Note #11 - George W. Carlton - "The time is short, the season near, When death will us remove, Far from our friends however dear, And all we fondly love."
Note #12 - Mary M. Holbrook - "Sleep sweet babe and take your rest.  God calls you home for he thought best."
Note #13 - Charles Cann - "Sweet is the sleep of innocence."
Note #14 - Remembrance Root - "He died; his spirit took its flight With angels far above; In glorious uncreated light To sing redeeming love.  We'll plant the weeping willow here  We'll place it at thy head  Nor time nor distance hinders us  We'll mourn for our loved deed.
Note #15 - Eunice Sheldon - She was daughter of Elias Harmon; was the first white child born in Mantua and teh second in Portage county.
Note #16 - Julia Redfield - Her maiden name was Julia Bartholamew; was widow of H. C. Sheldon previous to her marriage with Redfield.
Note. #17 - Thomas Hamilton - "He was the sunshine in our home - A loved one to us is tiven, Just as we learned to love him most - God called him home to heaven."
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