Jacob Beagle d. Sept. 24, 1840 1y. 1m. 20d Oliver C Beagle d. Feb. 28, 1856 Affa wife of Elezar Brown d May 16, 1861 77 yrs. George W. Casper d Feb. 4, 1847 22yrs. 2m. 19d James W. Son of A.&H. Casper d. June 16, 1845 6y. 11m. 4d Virgel Son of A.&H. Casper d. Aug. 26, 1854 4y. 11m. 20d Here lays the body of Captain David Compton who was born May 10 in the year of our Lord 1756 by a long and lingering disorder called the dropsey departed this life August 24, 1805. In memory of Mary E. daughter of A.&P. Compton who died Dec. 8th, 1833 5y 11m "An early summons Jesus sends, To call a chlid above; and whispers o'er the weeping friends, 'Tis all the fruit of love." COOK Father DAU. John Lucy 1798-1892 1843-1919 Admiral T. Coon fell on the field of battle at Gettysburg, Pa May 2, 1863 27 y N.Y.S.V. Co. B, 137th Reg. "Tell mother I've hopes of meeting my savior." Jarvis J. Coon d. Nov. 19, 1860 26y 7m. 25d "Gods will, not mine, be done." Jesse P. Coon died in defense of his country at Alexandria Dec. 21, 1861 29y N.Y.S.V. Co. F 27th Reg. "He has served his country faithfully." Polly wife of Joseph Coon d. Jan. 9, 1840 36y FATHER SISTER Jesse J. Coon Mary G. Coon born born May 15, 1795 Apr. 22, 1837 Died Died Sept. 29, 1870 Jan. 27, 1900 Nathan Crary d. May 28, 1846 Ezekiel Finch d Feb. 3, 1884 86y Nancy wife of Ezekiel Finch d. Mar. 15, 1870 63y 7d Ruth Wife of Ezekiel Finch d. Oct. 17, 1866 69y. 22 d. Polly wife of Samuel Finch d Dec. 29, 1840 59y Julias M. Finch 1841-1912 Susan Eliza Finch his wife 1839-1918 Emmet R. son of Wm. G. & Jane Gregory d. Apr. 5, 1865 17y. 6m. 24d In memory of Henry W. Hitchcock d. June 29, 1828 in the 23rd year of his age. Joseph Gurnsey d July 9, 1870 65y. 10m 15d Susannah wife of Joseph Gurnsey d May 18, 1861 65y In Memoriam Mary Ireland d May 16, 1884 80y Edward W. son of Byron & Ruth E. Layton d Mar. 16, 1863 3y. 5m. 16d "Suffer little children to come unto Me." Mother- Ruth Coon wife of Byron Layton 1838-1911 Myra A. Wife of Chas. B. Niles d May 17, 1880 24y. 5m Hiram Shaw 1823-1894 Hannah M. his wife 1825-1907 Their sons-- Jeremiah E. 1860-1887 William H. 1863-1885 "Fare thee well, sweet bud of beauty: Little angel, fare thee well; For thou were too pure and lovely In a world like this to dwell". Jerry J. Stiner d. Aug. 29, 1871 32y. 8m. 12d Jacob D. son of James S. & Aurilla Sweet b. Oct. 26, 1845 d. Apr. 18, 1857 Elizabeth Tripp d. Sept. 27, 1827 in the 22nd year of her age Lucy Tripp d. Dec. 4, 1857 50 y. 11m. 11d "Nor pain nor grief nor anxious fear Can reach the peaceful sleeper here". Lydia widow of Philip Tripp d March 22, 1847 in the 75th year of her age. Phillip Tripp d. Dec. 29, 1884 69y "Waiting to join the living" (I.O.O.F.) Our Dear Owen Only son of Wm. J. & S.M. Williams d July 19, 1880 8y. 10m. 7d William J. Williams b. Apr. 9, 1839 d. Sept. 15, 1895 Sarah M. his wife b. Apr. 27, 1836 Deborah wife of Alvah Wood d. Feb. 24, 1875 75y. Alvah Wood d. Apr 3, 1887 86y. Surnames Unknown- Our darling Eva Lucy E. "The saviour is waiting at the door" David Compton ran a tavern in the vicinity. He was a captain in the militia and believed to have served in the Revolution. His is the oldest known dated stone.
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