Maine Old Cemetery records circa 1957 about this small family cemetery on private property show that "in 1929 this was known as Woodside Farm and before that as the Benjamin Chase Farm and the Elizabeth Campbell Farm.
This cemetery is west of Bunganuc Creek about one mile on the south side of the road to Freeport in a grove of trees near the shore."
It has a total of 11 headstones. The cemetery has been in use since at least 1786. The last burial was in 1998.
|Below are transcriptions of headstones in Chase-Jameson Cemetery from the collection of Bernice Douglas and on-site recordings in 2001.
Information within  has been added by researchers.
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In Memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, wife of Daniel, departed this life February 16, 1786 in the 84th year of her age
Benjamin Chase, d. May 8, 1802, age 85 y
Mrs. Catherine (Campbell) Chase, wife of Mr. Benjamin, d. Oct 9, 1815, age 75 y
"Her children shall call her blessed" [note: Biblical verse]
Susanna, dau., Benjamin, d. Aug 28, 1828
Elizabeth, dau. Benjamin, d. Mar 24, 1830, age 64 y
Samuel Chase, Esq., d. March 24, 1830, aet 56 yrs
Mary (Stanwood) his wife, d. February 23, 1830, aet 48 yrs
Eleanor Campbell, his wife, born in Saco, Aug 28, 1739, died June 7, 1819
John Handy Henshaw, Loving Husband of Alice Anita Stevens Henshaw, Born August 7, 1909, Norwood, NJ, Died March 9, 1998, Brunswick, Maine
"Yea, here, as the bridegroom rejoiceth over the bride, so did God rejoice over them... For in this place they met with abundance of what they had sought." [note: Pilgrim's Progress]