Church Cemetery, Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

Atwood

  • Elvira, wife of George W. Atwood, formerly wife of James Durgin, age 82 yrs. and their daughter:

    • Bertha J.

Bagley

  • Fred E. Bagley

  • Isabelle Bagley

Brown

  • Elizabeth, wife of David D. Brown of Kensington, died 1831 age 85 yrs.

  • Dea. Nathaniel Brown 87 yrs. and wife Mindwell 68 yrs.

  • Randall Andrews 92 yrs. and wife Lucinda H. Brown 82 yrs.

  • Lucy A., wife of Dexter E. Brown

  • Clarence A., son of Dexter E. and Lucy A. Brown

Carr

  • Samuel Carr and wife Nancy age 92, their child:

    • Nancy Ann died 1816

  • Rhoda E. Carr

Cross

  • John, son of Nathaniel and Betsy Cross died 1831

  • Benjamin G. Cross 81 yrs. and wife Sarah P. Loverin 83 yrs.

  • Jesse Cross, 87 yrs. and wife Mary 84 yrs., their children:

    • Mary E. H. died 1813

    • George A. died 1852

  • Everin B. Cross and wife Susan R. Cross

Dill

  • Rhoda T., wife of Ansyle S. Dill

Doknes

  • Willie J. son of Proctor W. and Mary C. Doknes

Durgin

  • James H. Durgin and daughter Ida M.

  • Harvey Durgin

Eavens

  • Mary Eavens 87 yrs. old

Emery

  • Abby, daughter of Timothy and Fanny Emery

Emmons/Emons

  • Benjamin Emmons 85 yrs and wife Imogene V. Smith 89 yrs.

  • John Emons

  • Charles T. Emons 76 yrs. and wife Jennie F. French 73 yrs.

Gillman/Gilliard

  • Abigail, wife of Aaron Gillman (or Gilliard) age 80 died 1873

Gray

  • George Gray

Greely

  • John H. Greeley and wife, Annie M.

  • Arthur H. Greeley and wife Mabelle L. Holmes

  • Frank Howard Greeley

  • M. Rose, wife of J. Howard Greeley and son Freddie I.

  • John Greeley and wife Sarah J. Flanders and daughter Mary Elizabeth

  • Simon Greeley 99 yrs. and wife Harriet Clough

  • Elizabeth and Mary Ednah, daughters of Simon and Harriet Greeley, died in 1831 and 1818

  • Insley Greeley 71 yrs. and wife Dolly 93 yrs. and children,

    • Sally died 1816;

    • Mary died 1818;

    • Lucinda C. died 1860.

  • Amelia E., wife of Simon Greeley and former wife of

Hayward

  • Calen Hayward and former wife Amanda E. Batchelder

Johnson

  • Julia Ann, daughter of Rev. J. G. and R. H. Johnson

Prescott

  • Hazen Prescott and wife Clara Greeley and their daughter Mary Ann

Rowe

  • James Rowe age 89 yrs. and wife Mary died 1848, their children:

    • Lewis C. died 1818;

    • Levina A. died 1819;

    • Benjamin C. died 1840

  • Wingate B. Rowe died 1862, a Sergt. in the Civil War James Rowe’s second wife, Martha G. Perkins died 1874

Sanborn/Sandborn

  • Dea. Abram Sandborn and wife Joanna, died 1859 age 59

  • Bertie A., son of Albert and Lucinda Sanborn

Sargent

  • Sarah Greeley, wife of Rev. Alvin Sargent

  • Rev. Alvan Sargent 75 yrs. old and wife Nancy H. 63 yrs. old their child:

    • Julia A.

Sevrens

  • John Sevrens

  • John Sevrens

  • Hermon R. Sevrens

  • Abigail Sevrens

Sewall

  • Benjamin Sewall died 1830 and wife Mary 87 yrs.;

    • their daughter Dolly died 1831,

    • Daniel died 1824,

    • Hilliard died 1820

  • George Sewall

  • Clara Sewall

Swett

  • Peter Swett

  • Isiah L. Swett

  • John Swett 78 yrs. and Elizabeth his wife, 84 yrs.

Todd

  • Hiram D. Todd, 38 yrs. and wife, Ann E. Greeley 30 yrs.

White

  • Sarah B. White, age 77

Wood

  • John Wood 61 yrs. and wife Tryphosa 67 yrs. old; their children:

    • Betsy E. age 23 died 1853

    • Daniel E. age 23 died 1849

  • Stillman G. Wood, M.D. died

Billy Buckskin was a horse that belonged to Francis Chase and was a veteran of the civil war. His grave is marked each year with a flag, on Memorial Day.

The original spelling of the names, as recorded on the stones, has not been changed.

We have record of 102 instances of burials in this cemetery.



MLA Source Citation:

AccessGenealogy.com. Cemetery Collection. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 11 October 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/new-hampshire/church-cemetery-wilmot-merrimack-county-new-hampshire.htm - Last updated on Oct 27th, 2012


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