Nav Table

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Can't find what you're looking for?
Search this website
Loading

GO TO NEW WEBSITE NOW

HOME
What's New Here?
About PHS
Contact PHS
Museum Hours
Museum Tour
Items for Sale
Credits
Notes about this site
Visit our Facebook page
Subscribe to our e-newsletter

DOCUMENTS
1907 Souvenir of Pittsfield, ME
Milestones & Memories
Pittsfield Dates
Pittsfield on the Sebasticook
The Woolen Industry of Pittsfield
Histories, Music, Poems, etc.
PHS Photo Calendar-1994
PHS Photo Calendar-2005
PHS Photo Calendar-2006
Maps

PHS PHOTO COLLECTION

BUSINESS
Businesses-2005
Businesses-Past
Woolen Mill Photos
Harry Cornforth slides
Lancey House

MUNICIPAL
Cemeteries
Community Theatre
R.R. Depot
Library
Other Municipal Facilities
Parks
Schools

PEOPLE
Pres. Eisenhower's 1955 visit
People of Note
Margaret Chase Smith

ORGANIZATIONS
Churches
Organizations

VIEWS OF THE TOWN
Fires & Floods
Bud Homstead photos
Houses
Mysteries
Mill Pond
Sebasticook River
Streets
Tour of Pittsfield, 1972
Wide & Aerial Views

THE PERSONAL TOUCH
Write Your History
Land & House histories
Personal Memories of Pittsfield

Resource Websites


Back totop.

free counters

C a r r   C e m e t e r y

Pittsfield, Maine

Directions: From center of town of Pittsfield, travel south on Main Street (Route 100), driving 3.0 miles, cemetery on right side of Route 100 (South Main Street). For map, see cemeteries.pdf.
For headstone photos: click on first names.

No. Last Name First Name Deceased Date Age Remarks
  CARR CEMETERY, ROUTE 100 SOUTH, PITTSFIELD, MAINE        
           
1 BENNETT Samuel 8-16-1827 ae 35 veteran 1812, noted as arrived in 1810
2 BENNETT Nancy 9-1-1827 ae 30 wife of Samuel
3 BERRY John 7-18-1894 ae 79 noted as having leading part in town prior to 1823
4 BERRY Nancy Carr 5-16-1879 ae 71 wife of John
5 BLACKWELL Herbert M. 4-8-1865   son of Melville C. & Annie M.
6 BLAISDELL Rufus 3-30-1848   veteran 1812
7 BLAISDELL Eliza 4-15-1892 ae 87 wife of Rufus
8 BLAISDELL Jere. 11-21-1848 ae 22  
9 BROWN George 10-*-1853 ae 69 noted as arrived in 1800
10 BROWN Rebecca 11-*-1827 ae41 wife of George
11 BROWN Ellen Frances 1840--1865   dau. Of Joanna Bennett Brown Cobb
12 BURTS AV. G. **** **** ****
13 CARR William 11-13-1850 ae 71 veteran of 1812, noted as leading family in 1824
14 CARR Eunice 10-25-1875 ae 89 wife of William
15 COBB Joanna Bennett Brown 1801--1881 ae 80  
16 DINGLEY Captain John 1-21-1851 ae 78 veteran of 1812
17 DINGLEY Patience 10-10-1851 ae 73 wife of John
18 DUDLEY Mary A. 9-15-1853 ae 8 months dau. Of Joseph & Rebecca Dudley
19 ELLIOT Friend 5-22-1882 ae 76  
20 FOSTER Daniel M. 5-11-1848 ae 30  
21 GETCHELL Eld. William 10-30-1867 ae 73 Free Baptist Rev.
22 GETCHELL Mary, 1-3-1874 ae 77 wife of William
23 GETCHELL Emily 6-16-1865 ae 54 dau. Of William & Mary
24 GETCHELL Warren 9-3-1867 ae 32  
25 GETCHELL Lydia M. 12-16-1888 ae 54 wife of Warren
26 GETCHELL William, Jr. 4-25-1858 ae 42  
27 GETCHELL Nancy Ann 11-13-1857 ae 35 wife of William, Jr.
28 GETCHELL William Mark 11-10-1860 to 9-12-1944 ae 84  
29 GRAY Charlotte 3-27-1865 ae 72 wife of Capt. James Gray, formerly wife of Silas Mahoney
30 HACKETT Richard **** **** Soldier of the Revolution - Vet. Of 1776, noted as arrived in 1812
31 HILL Mary 2-29-1856 ae 31  
32 HILL Albert F. 10-26-1850   son of Isaac & Mary Hill
33 HILL Wm. Everett     Son of Isaac & Mary Hill, noted Born in Pittsfield, 11-17-1844; Killed in the Battle of the Wilderness, 5-5-1864. Member of the 20th ME Vol's
34 HODGKINS Stephen F. 10-01-1887 ae 85  
35 HODGKINS Deborah 10-7-1867 ae 71 wife of Stephen F Hodgkins
36 HODGKINS Alfred 7-01-1887 ae 48  
37 HODGKINS Amelia A. 1-10-1885 ae 37 wife of Alfred Hodgkins
38 JACK Joseph 2-7-1850   Veteran of War of 1812
39 JEWETT Hanna 11-4-1869 ae 67 wife of Calvin Jewett & daughter of Joseph Jack
40 JOHNNETT Nellie M. 1859 - 1936 ae 77  
41 MAHONEY Silas 4-9-1845 ae 55 Veteran of War 1812
42 OSGOOD Nathan 2-4-1863 ae 34  
43 OSGOOD Nancy 9-13-1859 ae 36 wife of Nathan Osgood
44 RIDEOUT Margaret 10-30-1851 ae 61 wife of Mark
45 ROGERS Enoch 7-29-1878 ae 83 Veteran of War 1812 & Soldier of Rebellion
46 ROGERS Susanah 10-27-1863 ae 70  
47 ROGERS Ruth 2-8-1837 ae 80  
48 SEDGLEY George 1800 - 1846 ae 46 Husband
49 SEDGLEY Lorania D 1810 - 1850 ae 40 Wife
50 SIMMONS Mellie Henry 9-20-1863 ae 7 mos. Son of Daniel & Laura Simmons
51 SIMONS Samuel 3-9-1847 ae 75 Veteran of War 1812
52 SIMONS Moses 11-10-1844 ae 66  
53 SIMONS Aaron 3-11-1865 ae 95 Husband
54 SIMONS Hannah 1-26-1857 ae 82 Wife
55 SIMONS Jefferson 1-10-1887 ae 75  
56 SIMONS Ruel **** ****  
57 SMALL William B. 9-18-1850 ae 11 mos. Son of Hannah Small
58 SMALL Anna 5-7-1855 ae 54 Wife of Lumber Small
59 SOUTHARD Diana 12-24-1864 ae 67 wife of Isaac (Vet of 1812)
60 SPAULDING Verney 7-4-18**   son of Charles II & Drewsilla W. Spaulding
61 SWEETLAND Vergil D V. S.   Soldier of Rebellion
62 THOMAS William O. 1855 - 1901 ae 46  
63 TOWN John 3-29-1885 ae 91 (played a leading part in town prior to 1823)
64 TOWN Abigail 4-25-1865 ae 70 wife of John Town
65 TOWN Florelelia 6-27-1858 ae 8 mos Daughter of E.C. & Harriet Town
66 TOWN Mary S. 8-24-1850 ae 22 Born 3-11-1828; married to Wm. S. Foster
67 TRASK William 1-10-1844 ae 60 Husband
68 TRASK Jane 10-23-1862 ae 80 Wife
           
  There are 14 unknown Veterans in unmarked graves, and numerous lost headstones in this cemetery.        

Last Updated on 23-Feb-2006.
Page created by Kathy M. Palmer & Tom Roberts
for the Pittsfield Historical Society. Headstone photos by Tom Roberts in February, 2006.

Top of Page


Entire website and contents ©Pittsfield Historical Society 2001-2015.
Website design by Snakeroot DataGraphics
In the interest of Pittsfield.
File name: CarrCem.shtml
Version: Wednesday 23 December, 2009