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Wilson Cemetery, Pittsfield, Maine

W i l s o n   C e m e t e r y

Pittsfield, Maine

Directions: From center of town of Pittsfield, travel west on Park St./Somerset Ave. to intersection of outer Somerset Avenue, Crawford Road and Phillips Corner Road. Turn right onto Phillips Corner Rd, proceed to end of road (2.5 miles) and intersection of Route 2. Make a left turn onto Rt. 2 West and travel 3.3 miles, continuing past Tilton Corner to midway on down side of rise, (Sibley Pond at bottom of rise), turn onto Wilson Road on the left. Proceed 0.1 mile on Wilson Road to cemetery on left roadside. For map, see cemeteries.pdf

Note: There are 15 unmarked graves with only a slate or field stone. Town history has it that this cemetery was desecrated in the 1940's for an unknown reason and the remaining stones righted and placed in a uniform manner. It is doubtful they are in their original location. 5-May-2002 kmp.

No. Last Name First Name Deceased Date Age Headstone Remarks Comments
1 ADAMS Capt. Benj. died March 11, 1849 Aet. 56 marker, War of 1812    
2 ADAMS Mrs. Margaret wife of Capt. Benja. Adams died Dec. 26, 1842 Aet. 54    
3 ADAMS James C. son of Capt. Benja. & Margaret Adams died Oct. 9, 1838 Aet. 18    
4 F. M.        
5 F. J.        
6 FISHER Addison   died July 4, 1903 Aet. 67    
7 FISHER Betsey his wife died Aug. 16, 1897 Aet. 68    
8 FOWLER Jedidiah   died June 22, 1852 Aet. 69    
9 FOWLER B. D.   died Apr. 27, 1852 Aet. 26    
10 HIGGINS Calvin K. son of Ephraim & Phebe Higgins died April 20, 1843 aged 18 yrs 10ms    
11 HIGGINS Dea. Elkanah   died Jan. 8, 1847 Aet. 77    
12 M. M. J. probably footstone Mary J. Merrick      
13 M. W. P. ? footstone William P. Merrick ?      
14 M. H. H. ? footstone Hezekiah H. Merrick ?      
15 M. D. S. ? footstone Deborah S. Merrick ?      
16 McMASTER Amanda Malvina wife of William H. McMaster stone broken at date - - - 1840, aged 22 yrs "The fairest flowers that deck this earthly sod, are called to beautify the throne of God."  
17 MERRICK Mary J. In memory of died Sept. 4, 1828 Aet. 3yrs    
18 MERRICK B. Crosby In memory of died Nov. 29, 1839 Aet. 16 yrs    
19 MERRICK William P. In memory of died Mar. 1, 1830 Aet. 18 yrs    
20 MERRICK Deborah S. In memory of died Dec. 27, 1851 Aet. 65   PHS has noted that this is the wife of Barnabas P. Merrick (unknown source)
21 MERRICK Hezekiah H. In memory of died Feb. 1, 1841 Aet. 27 yrs    
22 N. D. rough marked stone 1847      
23 PUSHOR David Jr was drowned at Stillwater May 17, 1835 Aet. 20 ys 9 ms    
24 PUSHOR Maria children of Capt. David & Nancy Pushor died Nov 16, 1830    
25 PUSHOR Mrs. Betsey wife of David Pushor died Jan. 10, 1843 Aet. 29    
26 TOZIER Mrs. Polly wife of Ezekiel Tozier died Mar. 4, 1847 Aet. 72    
27 WHEELER Otis S. (B?) son of Edward I. & Mercy Wheeler died Oct. 4, 1841 aged 21 years 1m 18ds    
28 WHEELER Mary D. (E?) dau of Edward I. & Mercy Wheeler died Oct. 18, 1846 aged 29 ys    
29 WILSON Mrs. Anna wife of Samuel Wilson died Dec. 27, 1833 Aet. 64    

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