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1907 Souvenir of Pittsfield, ME
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Pittsfield on the Sebasticook
The Woolen Industry of Pittsfield
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PHS Photo Calendar-1994
PHS Photo Calendar-2005
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BUSINESS
Businesses-2005
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Woolen Mill Photos
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Lancey House

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

ORGANIZATIONS
Churches
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VIEWS OF THE TOWN
Fires & Floods
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Mysteries
Mill Pond
Sebasticook River
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Tour of Pittsfield, 1972
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THE PERSONAL TOUCH
Write Your History
Land & House histories
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Pittsfield, Maine

Directions: From center of town of Pittsfield, travel south on Main Street (Route 100), driving 6.0 miles, cemetery on left. See the line of trees along the field; cemetery sits behind house by line of trees. (1/2 mile from Burnham town line). For map, see cemeteries.pdf.
For headstone photos: click on first names.

No. Last Name First Name Deceased Date Age Remarks
1 BUKER Albert F. 5-29-1862 ae 2yrs 9mos Son of Abel P. & Mary A. Buker
2 FULLER Robert W. 2-4-1851 ae 32  
3 STINSON Lucy FULLER 3-3-1861 ae 52 Wife of William C. Stinson
4 WEYMOUTH Timothy 1-11-1863 ae 27yrs 7mos Son of John F. & Lydia Weymouth; "died in service of his country" CIVIL WAR (stone down)
5 WEYMOUTH Lydia T 8-17-1857 ae 23yrs 6mos 2dys Daughter of John F & Lydia Weymouth
6 WEYMOUTH Olive E 2-10-1859 ae 26yrs 9mos 19dys Daughter of John F & Lydia Weymouth
7 WEYMOUTH …..s 9-15-1850 ae 23yrs 9mos Daughter of John F & Lydia Weymouth (stone broken)
8 WEYMOUTH John F. 2-17-1887 ae 91yrs 11mos 8dys Husband
9 WEYMOUTH Lydia FULLER 9-7-1868 ae 72yrs 10mos 24dys Wife of John F. Weymouth (One of the First School Teachers in 1820)
10 WEYMOUTH Martha 11-16-1853 ae 6yrs 2mos 27dys Daughter of Nathaniel E. & Judith P. Weymouth
11 WEYMOUTH Little Johnie 3-22-187* ae 2 Son of E. B. & Mary E. Weymouth
12 WEYMOUTH Silas M 5-19-1860 ae 21 Son of John F. & Lydia Weymouth

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